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Geert Wilders should be the next anti- globalist, anti- one world government politician elected. Soros' world without borders plan will get another nail in the coffin. The EU will likely face another Brexit as the centralized power scheme unravels. 

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19 minutes ago, Charles Lindberg said:

Geert Wilders should be the next anti- globalist, anti- one world government politician elected. Soros' world without borders plan will get another nail in the coffin. The EU will likely face another Brexit as the centralized power scheme unravels. 

What parties are willing to make a coalition with him? 

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16 minutes ago, GEORGIAfan said:

What parties are willing to make a coalition with him? 

I am sure he will have an undercurrent of traitors like schumer and pelosi to deal with. Wont stop Nexit though.

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34 minutes ago, Charles Lindberg said:

I am sure he will have an undercurrent of traitors like schumer and pelosi to deal with. Wont stop Nexit though.

I do not think you have a grasp of how elections work in the Netherlands. 

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11 minutes ago, WhenFalconsWin said:

I think he could say the same about you GF and the US elections...just sayin'

Still waiting for your response in the TrumpCare thread...just sayin'

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Just now, GEORGIAfan said:

Still waiting for your response in the TrumpCare thread...just sayin'

Don't remember you asking me a question about it.  Right now I'm not happy with what they have or the approach they've taken in regards to repeal/replace.  There is still plenty of time to get this thing right though.  I would've approached it like a year from now when his cabinet has been in place and working together for a while.  One more year from now and the ACA is DOA.  

He'd have been better off starting with tax reform first.  A subject that would help people businesses immediately and not such an emotional/financial decision like healthcare is to a lot of people.    

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3 minutes ago, WhenFalconsWin said:

Don't remember you asking me a question about it.  Right now I'm not happy with what they have or the approach they've taken in regards to repeal/replace.  There is still plenty of time to get this thing right though.  I would've approached it like a year from now when his cabinet has been in place and working together for a while.  One more year from now and the ACA is DOA.  

He'd have been better off starting with tax reform first.  A subject that would help people businesses immediately and not such an emotional/financial decision like healthcare is to a lot of people.    

 

That was not close to the question I asked. I quoted you, so you can find it. I ask how the CBO is a fraud, if WH got similar numbers. 

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4 minutes ago, GEORGIAfan said:

 

That was not close to the question I asked. I quoted you, so you can find it. I ask how the CBO is a fraud, if WH got similar numbers. 

Just go back and look how far off they were on the ACA numbers which would be your first clue.  To score this for real you need to contract it out with financial people that know how to project "real" numbers for future growth.  Not a lifer bureaucrat that cannot get fired when they screw up such as they did with the ACA.  

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4 minutes ago, WhenFalconsWin said:

Just go back and look how far off they were on the ACA numbers which would be your first clue.  To score this for real you need to contract it out with financial people that know how to project "real" numbers for future growth.  Not a lifer bureaucrat that cannot get fired when they screw up such as they did with the ACA.  

 

They had the most accurate ACA prediction. Also Head of the CBO was appointed by Tom Price. And you still didn't explain how they are wrong, but the WH got the similar numbers. 

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1 hour ago, GEORGIAfan said:

What parties are willing to make a coalition with him? 

The VVD formed a coalition with them a few years ago but it imploded in fairly short order which forced an election a year or so later.

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1 hour ago, GEORGIAfan said:

I do not think you have a grasp of how elections work in the Netherlands. 

If you want to know how things work in the Netherlands just look it up on the internet like everyone else. I doubt you have any special knowledge that can't be found with a simple search.

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16 minutes ago, Charles Lindberg said:

If you want to know how things work in the Netherlands just look it up on the internet like everyone else. I doubt you have any special knowledge that can't be found with a simple search.

Someone's got their panties in a bunch. You are the one proclaiming he will be elected, so I am asking you which coalition will he lead. I never claimed to have special knowledge, but I do know he will need to form a coalition, which is why I asked you.

 

Also I see you @WhenFalconsWin like posts. Still haven't answered my question. 

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3 minutes ago, GEORGIAfan said:

Someone's got their panties in a bunch. You are the one proclaiming he will be elected, so I am asking you which coalition will he lead. I never claimed to have special knowledge, but I do know he will need to form a coalition, which is why I asked you.

 

Also I see you @WhenFalconsWin like posts. Still haven't answered my question. 

You sure ask a lot of questions. You already know the answer I am sure. I will play along though. 

As far as I know they like to form a concensus in their govt. So even though he is the far right candidate and potentially the winner the govt won't be swinging all the way to the right. Ten parties could have seats in parliament. He won't have a coalition. But that won't stop the country from voting to leave the EU in my opinion. 

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41 minutes ago, Charles Lindberg said:

You sure ask a lot of questions. You already know the answer I am sure. I will play along though. 

As far as I know they like to form a concensus in their govt. So even though he is the far right candidate and potentially the winner the govt won't be swinging all the way to the right. Ten parties could have seats in parliament. He won't have a coalition. But that won't stop the country from voting to leave the EU in my opinion. 

 

I actually do not. That is why I am asking. I just assumed there would be another Grand Coalition. I have been paying more attention to the French Race.

The Netherlands is having a referendum on staying or leaving the EU? I haven't heard that either. 

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6 hours ago, GEORGIAfan said:

 

I actually do not. That is why I am asking. I just assumed there would be another Grand Coalition. I have been paying more attention to the French Race.

The Netherlands is having a referendum on staying or leaving the EU? I haven't heard that either. 

A Dutch lawmaker was recently quoted by Reuters as saying we will be discussing how to leave the euro currency soon after the election if the Freedom party wins. Considering Italy's recent constitutional referendum the populist movement is snowballing in Europe. It's going to be a wild spring with the French vote on April 23rd!

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11 hours ago, Charles Lindberg said:

Geert Wilders should be the next anti- globalist, anti- one world government politician elected. Soros' world without borders plan will get another nail in the coffin. The EU will likely face another Brexit as the centralized power scheme unravels. 

The entire Western Hemisphere is coming to grips with run away marxism and socialism, and they're turning the tide back. All this 1 world order BS is a power grab by elites. Its over for now, although Germany best oust Merkyl.

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8 hours ago, Psychic Gibbon said:

The VVD formed a coalition with them a few years ago but it imploded in fairly short order which forced an election a year or so later.

Obama formed a coalition with Progressives a few years back, and it Imploded.....I love it when a plan comes together.

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1 hour ago, Charles Lindberg said:

A Dutch lawmaker was recently quoted by Reuters as saying we will be discussing how to leave the euro currency soon after the election if the Freedom party wins. Considering Italy's recent constitutional referendum the populist movement is snowballing in Europe. It's going to be a wild spring with the French vote on April 23rd!

Which is why I asked about who they were going to make a coalition with. Only way to win is to get a majority or create a coalition that makes up a majority. 

With Fillon getting charged, I wonder how high Macron polling will get. Last I checked he was only a 1 point from Le Pen in the first round and crushing her in the 2nd round. 

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7 minutes ago, GEORGIAfan said:

Which is why I asked about who they were going to make a coalition with. Only way to win is to get a majority or create a coalition that makes up a majority. 

With Fillon getting charged, I wonder how high Macron polling will get. Last I checked he was only a 1 point from Le Pen in the first round and crushing her in the 2nd round. 

You still trust polls?

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7 minutes ago, Charles Lindberg said:

You still trust polls?

The only poll the left DOESN'T like are American Flag poles, as so many turn their collective backs on those. 

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16 minutes ago, Charles Lindberg said:

You still trust polls?

The polls for our election at a national level were accurate. The issue there was that some key states, and you can probably guess which ones, were within the MOE and within that margin Trump did well in those states. Likewise, the Brexit polls, which have been championed as a bellwether among the right for inaccurate polling, were also accurate. In the weeks leading up to the election Brexit had made enough gains to show a majority up until the very last week where there was a dip because of the assassination of the pro-Bremain MP. I forget the exact term for it but there an effect on polling when major negative events for your side happen where people don't want to say they associate with that in anyway even though they still intend to vote that way.

So, yes, I still trust the polls. I trust that though polling for the Dutch election shows that Wilders is not the current favorite that it is still close enough that he can pull it off, that Merkel's popularity is collapsing in favor of the SPD (who I'll agree with the populist right here by saying she needs to be removed since she overstepped in a major way), and so on and so forth.

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1 minute ago, Psychic Gibbon said:

The polls for our election at a national level were accurate. The issue there was that some key states, and you can probably guess which ones, were within the MOE and within that margin Trump did well in those states. Likewise, the Brexit polls, which have been championed as a bellwether among the right for inaccurate polling, were also accurate. In the weeks leading up to the election Brexit had made enough gains to show a majority up until the very last week where there was a dip because of the assassination of the pro-Bremain MP. I forget the exact term for it but there an effect on polling when major negative events for your side happen where people don't want to say they associate with that in anyway even though they still intend to vote that way.

So, yes, I still trust the polls. I trust that though polling for the Dutch election shows that Wilders is not the current favorite that it is still close enough that he can pull it off, that Merkel's popularity is collapsing in favor of the SPD (who I'll agree with the populist right here by saying she needs to be removed since she overstepped in a major way), and so on and so forth.

Polls were completely wrong. Almost no chance was given to Trump to win. More fake news. Just like the smear campaign against Lindberg. Don't believe the main stream media. They have an agenda.

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3 minutes ago, Psychic Gibbon said:

The polls for our election at a national level were accurate. The issue there was that some key states, and you can probably guess which ones, were within the MOE and within that margin Trump did well in those states. Likewise, the Brexit polls, which have been championed as a bellwether among the right for inaccurate polling, were also accurate. In the weeks leading up to the election Brexit had made enough gains to show a majority up until the very last week where there was a dip because of the assassination of the pro-Bremain MP. I forget the exact term for it but there an effect on polling when major negative events for your side happen where people don't want to say they associate with that in anyway even though they still intend to vote that way.

So, yes, I still trust the polls. I trust that though polling for the Dutch election shows that Wilders is not the current favorite that it is still close enough that he can pull it off, that Merkel's popularity is collapsing in favor of the SPD (who I'll agree with the populist right here by saying she needs to be removed since she overstepped in a major way), and so on and so forth.

The polls showed for months Prior to the election that Trump could not win, no matter what, but you guys still cite them. THEY WERE WRONG.

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