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Does This Make Drumpf Raditz?

I'm not really a political person, but this is a landmark election, one that could potentially change America forever. We're at a precipice where Donald Drumpf is leading the republican polls with his idiocy and bigotry, and the opposition from other party members isn't enough to detract from him,
I put my faith in Bernie much like I would with Goku. He could be the super saiyan we need. Hopefully he can defeat the useless shitter Drumpf, who I will say is Raditz because Raditz is also an annoying loudmouth.
If I could wish on the Dragon Balls, it'd be to put Bernie in office.
Or the power to stop time.
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sigh....fuck it. If america votes for Donald *Hes not gonna win -_-* im going to Canada.
Make america great again
@Straightshooter I will not argue with you about NAFTA. That's probably one thing that we can both agree on about. Why would an American turn down a job because it's hard? Because they do. That's not saying that there aren't people who wouldn't work them. Here's my experience from living in NJ, Virginia and North Carolina, and knowing business owners. The one thing they all say is that the immigrants work harder and are willing to work harder. The Americans they hire act like they entitled to something and don't want to stay in their lane. Again, that's not everyone. My stepfather busts his ass at his job, and has the same complaints about immigrants taking jobs. But he's had more issues with citizens and their work ethic, and having to pick up their slack, than the immigrants his boss hires under the table from time to time. It sounds like you're not the type that will see your crappy paycheck, and then say fuck this shit. This work is too hard. But a lot do, and that is how the immigrants get the job.
@gatorchick96 Lets get 1 thing straight. Hes only entertaining. Hes not gonna win. If he does they'll kick him out of office 😊
Rubio for the win lol
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