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November 18, 2010


Matthew Lewis

Better than Palin is a pretty low bar to clear. And I'm not sure Trump clears it by all that much.

Tung Yin

Well, I'm not really endorsing Trump. But do you really think it's even close between him and Palin?

Matthew Lewis

I think Palin is as awful a person/politician as the next guy. However, I also think Trump is an awful person. Just not as awful. I mean, if my choices are Trump and Palin? Of course I vote Trump. But since any candidate put up against Obama by the GOP in 2012 will be absolutely horrible for the country (Palin? Romney? Huckabee? Pawlenty? shoot me), my choice is between Obama and x. And that's an easy choice.

Linda Macdonald

Quite a dark thought, then - it is a real worry when the choice is not 'who do I really want to vote for' but unfortunately 'who do I not want to vote for, the least...'

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