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New ads give taste of what’s to come in 2016 presidential election

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NEW YORK – The pro-Hillary Clinton "Correct the Record" features two new ads online that give a hint of what we can expect to see more of in the 2016 presidential election:

First – "Trump's Terrible First Week (Only 26 more weeks to go!)"

And another – "Donald Trump 'respects' women" – in which one of Trump's many conversation with shock jock Howard Stern is featured:

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14 COMMENTS

  1. Trump is going to come out with the women who were victimized by Bill AND Hillary Clinton. He is going to go someplace that Republicans aren’t supposed to go. But they’re wrong. This isn’t the 90s and Trump’s not inept.

  2. no YOU are inept. He has lost 77% of the woman vote ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
    The Blue dress didn’t work last time and won’t work this time. The man can zing Hillary all he wants… his mouth says so many other wonderfully idiotic things at the same time.
    many folks see a woman who stays with her husband as a GOOD thing you arrogant idiot. Many folks see Trump slut wives and know what he’s about…..

  3. If folks weren’t bothered by the blue dress the last time why did they elect that incompetent bumbling idiot from Texas instead of the Great Stainer’s VP during a booming economy and relative peace?

  4. You have particularly low expectations for women. You’re clearly sexist. If folks aren’t bothered by it, then why is there so much moral panic on college campuses today about anything to do with ‘relations’ between genders? You might be stuck in the 90s.

  5. Because Gore was a coward. Clinton’s popularity was at an all time HIGH and Gore avoided him and didn’t use him on the campaign.
    But Gore even as weak as he was …he should of won Florida. You know it. Everybody knows its… but the Supreme Court invalidated Florida’s process and disenfranchised the votes of an entire state. All in the name of conservatism. This was the beginning of the Fall of the Supreme Court and any legitimacy it had garnered.
    Your history is SELECTIVE. Mine is spot on…. I paid attention.
    Gore did not lose because of the Blue dress.
    Hey remember what happened to that congress? They got voted out and lost their majority. Thats how well the blue dress worked. lol.

  6. But Gore even as weak as he was …he should of won Florida
    Don’t you think if people weren’t disgusted by the Clintonian affairs that Gore would have at least won his own state for crying out loud? You are really reaching here.
    the Supreme Court invalidated Florida’s process and disenfranchised the votes of an entire state.
    Didn’t the Florida Secretary of State certify the election results showing Bush had won the election? So in fact the Supreme Court upheld their process. Wow, you are insane. You paid no attention. In fact, your history is completely backwards and upside down.
    Hey remember what happened to that congress? They got voted out and lost their majority.
    You do know that happened in 2006 as a result of the war in Iraq, not having anything to do with a blue dress.
    Facts are a stubborn thing.

  7. but the Supreme Court invalidated Florida’s process and disenfranchised the votes of an entire state.
    In fact, the only decision the Supreme Court could have made that would have invalidated Florida’s process would have been to hand the election to Al Gore, since the Florida Secretary of State certified the election results in favor of Bush. You are backwards and upside down. Pay attention next time.

  8. Florida’s Secretary of State… went on to work for the Bush administration.
    Apparently disenfranchising voters and stealing elections has it rewards.
    today? She’s a NOBODY.
    The Supreme court could of let the recounts proceed. But they overrode recount laws to get their idiot into office.
    May I remind you that idiot Bush took us for a surplus to a deficit. And added 7 trillion to our national debt. That idiot caused the greatest recession since the great depression.
    Yep… you Chase have made yourself here an extremist outlier who selectively rewrites history for his own benefit.
    Probably gonna vote the Celebrity Apprentice host aren’t you. He’s very qualified to burn down the federal government and make the south glorious again….. lol.

  9. You cannot have it both ways. Facts are inconvenient for you.
    It really doesn’t matter that she worked for Bush and today is a nobody. The fact is she legally verified the results of the election and the Supreme Court overturning it would have invalidated Florida’s process, a direct contradiction of what you wrote earlier. You are a complete fool.
    I’m well aware of the disaster Bush was, which is why I voted Buchanan and never did vote Bush. This is not what we were discussing earlier. If you would like to change the topic that’s perfectly fine but your little mind is all over the map.

  10. You really, really must train yourself to be able to hold a coherent thought and argue a specific position and stick to it instead of being all over the place.
    That the idiot Bush helped cause a recession is 100% independent of the position you were taking earlier. One has nothing to do with the other. Your facts were so wrong and you try to save face by changing the topic. If you would like to change the topic that’s fine. Announce you are doing so and we can move forward. And take your ADHD meds.