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"I won New Hampshire because New Hampshire is a drug-infested den"

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Well, based on many of the responses and posts by one regular New Hampshire member it would not be difficult to imagine most are at least regularly stoned up there.     :D  

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Every year NH is neck and neck with W Va and Kentucky in per capita annual opioid overdose deaths. 

Dont give a **** what Sununnu or the rest of the political hacks there say.

Trump is much closer to the truth than they are on this subject. 

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2 minutes ago, Wigeon said:

Every year NH is neck and neck with W Va and Kentucky in per capita annual opioid overdose deaths. 

Dont give a **** what Sununnu or the rest of the political hacks there say.

Trump is much closer to the truth than they are on this subject. 

And the statement that he won NH ??????  Those nasty hacks :beatin::beatin::beatin:

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He won the primary, which was a  Yuuuge victory for him.

It was a much bigger victory for him than the general would have been.

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1 hour ago, Gamakatsu said:

Trump supporters are just tools in his mind. He could care less about them.

Suckers!

What you fail to realize is that Trump is just a tool to us.

He's the mechanism we used to defeat your girl, save the Supreme Court, and gouge out chunks of Obama's legacy.

You don't really think we care about him, do?

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9 minutes ago, JoeyZac said:

What you fail to realize is that Trump is just a tool to us.

He's the mechanism we used to defeat your girl, save the Supreme Court, and gouge out chunks of Obama's legacy.

You don't really think we care about him, do?

I believe that's true of you, and Reps in Congress, but not for much of the base.

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12 minutes ago, Stonesipher said:

But it was ONLY the primary he won NOT the general. A big boy like him should know that there is a difference. My guess is you should too.

Keep hyper focusing on a slight misstatement, and this one is tiny.

It sounds as if you don't understand the difference between the two.

The primary victory was crucial, it was still a very tight party race.

He never had a prayer to win the general.

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12 minutes ago, patchyfog said:

I believe that's true of you, and Reps in Congress, but not for much of the base.

Individually it'd be true of the vast majority of his supporters.  En mass, you can make all sorts of sweeping generalizations.  

 

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