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Is there anything stopping Trump from becoming God Emperor of mankind?

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Who will win

TRUMP 52 42.62%
 
Hillary 70 57.38%
 
Total:122
RolStoppable said:
Veknoid_Outcast said:
I wouldn't put too much stock in the polls over the next week. Candidates usually get a bump after the convention.

To answer your question: we the voters can and will stop this thin-skinned narcissist from winning the most powerful job on the planet.

You, the voters, elected Bush twice. Might as well place a bet on the Browns winning the next Super Bowl, that's equally dependable.

Why must you remind me of my country's two biggest embarrassments: George W. Bush and the Cleveland Browns.



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Yeah. Many things like Death Note(last resort), Geass, etc.



Turkish said:

Fact 1: Turkey has been a muslim state for over 1000 years, ain't nothing gonna change that.

Fact 2: Turkey is still more secular than all the Arab nations combined

Fact 3: You're praising a dictator who gassed thousands of innocent people, you make me sick

Fact 4: The "Islamist dictator" Erdogan tripled Turkey's GDP and brought welfare to the country, unlike the butcher you worship that brought nothing but misery and pain, even 10 years after his death Iraq is still a mess, may he burn in hell for eternity.

Who cares what you Westerners think? It's the West that turned the middle east into this mess, the British Empire came here a 100 years ago, drew some artificial borders and the region is still hurting because of it. The middle east had stability and peace for over 700 years under the Turks.

It's funny that I cannot tell you are serious or not, because, let's face it, you can't just start to shitpost your new dictator even if you dislike him because that's quite a little bit risky at the moment. Sad, ain't it? 

Also, blame yourselves and a medieval culture who wallows on religious obscurantism, coupled with overpopulation and an idle young population who can't find a job and decent living standards, for the perpetual crisis you live in. Not artificial borders who have been drawn for countries and empires (like the Ottomans - not to mention borders are artificial by definition, so that's quite an oxymoron here) because there are many regions in the world where different cultures can live within a single state with much less tension.



 

 

 

 

 

I would be extremely ashamed if I was born there and this piece of shit gets elected, that man is like a cheap parody of US, and yet they will vote for it, incredible.



I think Trumps chance of being Emperor depends on not just how well he can maintain a good flow of spice from Dune but on him convincing the House and Senate,to hand over all authority over Dune to him, that purpose would be aided greatly if he can convince/trick the EU into fighting the rebels on dune for him , the most likely tack in regards to this would be to show evidence that Dune is behind brexit and the UK will become the center for all spice trade in regards to Europe and if that doesn't work tell them that Dune has wmd's.



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Yeah, if the "Bernie or Bust" crowd comes to their damn senses. It was obvious from the polling data that he was never going to win, regardless of superdelegates or any supposed rigging of the primaries (the latter a patently ridiculous; in states with primaries instead of caucuses, Bernie's share of both the popular vote and the pledged delegates was effectively identical, which kind of disproves the notion that Hillary "stole" any delegates).

I swear, the "Bernie or Bust" people remind of the "Nader or Bust" people from 16 years ago. I honestly think most of these misguided Bernie supporters are simply too young to remember that election, or they do remember it but are suicidally attached to some insane notion that only an ideologically pure progressive candidate is acceptable. Well screw that mess. Hillary isn't an ideal candidate, and I would have preferred Sanders, but she's vastly preferable to the sheer horrific insanity that is Trump. We saw what happened when Bush got elected, and if we couldn't afford 8 years of him, we sure as hell cannot afford even 4 years of Trump. Hillary's got my vote this November, that's for damn sure.



OP doesn't understand how the electoral college works even though there's a gigantic map there.

Clinton is still winning

QED



Shadow1980 said:
Yeah, if the "Bernie or Bust" crowd comes to their damn senses. It was obvious from the polling data that he was never going to win, regardless of superdelegates or any supposed rigging of the primaries (the latter a patently ridiculous; in states with primaries instead of caucuses, Bernie's share of both the popular vote and the pledged delegates was effectively identical, which kind of disproves the notion that Hillary "stole" any delegates).

...I don't think you quite understand the charges. The charges are that the DNC effectively acted as an additional campaigner for her, using their influence over reporters and meetings to encourage on-the-fence voters to vote for Hillary rather than Bernie (one email, for instance, had a DNC official working in West Va. and Kentucky asking if he should use Bernie's religion to try and win over votes for Hillary). It isn't that the DNC ignored or covered up votes for Bernie, it's that they actively helped Hillary win over voters, which a political party committee is not supposed to do in its own primary.



a bullet to the head.... i mean it WOULD stop him, just saying



binary solo said:

 

That political compass website is a joke. Not the idea of a two-axis chart itself, which is better than the simplistic single-axis left-right spectrum typically used in political discourse.  Rather, their quiz is structured in a way (mainly via loaded and/or poorly-phrased questions) to preferentially shift the results to the bottom left hand of the chart. Furthermore, their insistence that conservative parties in the developed world are literally a couple of steps away from Hitler and that even centrist and center-left parties like the Democrats and Labour are far-right authoritarians is patently ridiculous.

A better two-axis chart would be the one from On The Issues.