Friday, April 1, 2016

Fox News | The O'Reilly Factor - March 31, 2016

17 comments:

  1. Will someone (Superpac or others) spread the videos showing how great Trump is towards women - the one with the girl who got a job during Trump's DC press event, and the one with Miss USA Melissa Young. You need to make these videos go viral so women can see for themselves what Trump has done and will do for them.

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    1. Your either a solution or your the problem. It seems that you may think your making , as your comment said pithy comments, when your just a negative person overall. Your just trying to make ratings and your greedy for money like most that follow you and or watch your programs Via all Fox!

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  2. The media is so biases and they will not show anything good about Mr Trump. The media has not been fair to him since he started his run for President. He needs to ran an ad on tv that shows he cares for women this would help human lot.

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  3. The media is so biases and they will not show anything good about Mr Trump. The media has not been fair to him since he started his run for President. He needs to ran an ad on tv that shows he cares for women this would help human lot.

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    1. Also,get Sarah Palin,Jan Brewer,his wife Malania,daughter Ivanka and other influential WOMAN on the campaign trail to praise Donald Trumps successs he has with women and how loyal and devoted he is to women

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  4. Looks like Michelle Fields should really consider another line of work. Has a history of being a "victim"
    http://mobile.wnd.com/2016/03/trump-camp-spotlights-fields-history-of-becoming-news/

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  5. There's an interesting comment posted "April 1, 2016 at 1:51 am" by "chrystalia99" at
    http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/04/01/april-1st-2016-presidential-election-open-discussion/comment-page-1/#comment-2345300

    To quote:

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    And LA is why we must educate our voters. The delegates in most states are selected following the primary. ANY registered republican can get on the ballot to be a state delegate, as well as national. The only way we can really protect our delegates is to make sure that all the people elected as delegates to state level are hard line Trump voters. Then at the state convention, those delegates have to either get voted in despite being “green” (by the numbers), or voted in on GOPer standards.


    We also need to work on this, so we have Trump’s back:


    https://fortunesthoughts.wordpress.com/2016/03/30/precincts-and-the-gop/


    For those with upcoming primaries, you want to look for long time republican volunteers and donors who are voting TRUMP, get them to put in their name for a delegate slot, then get the local precinct chairs to vote them in. I got a state delegate slot and have a decent shot at a national as well, as I have already begun canvassing the PCs in my area collecting votes from PCs attending the state convention.


    The reason you want established republicans with a track record is simple–the national delegates are typically people who have a known track record for voting R, volunteering, serving as PCs, and donating. Each category is “weighted”, so “green” candidates, meaning those who are new to the party, or haven’t done much, can only get chosen if they get enough votes from PCs to score higher than payers.


    In a normal race, voting would be enough. But in this race, we need to go the distance. And that means in the case of delegates, finding old school republicans who are hard core Trumpers to grab those delegate slots to state, and apply for national. And for the rest of us, it means finding out if your precinct captain/committeeman seat is open, and grabbing it now. Simply because if you’re already in it when the seat open up again after the general, you’ll get re-elected by your precinct, unless you have really made your voters angry.


    There will be more information on inner party workings going up on my blog tomorrow. But the situation is quite simple. We must hijack the GOP, and the easiest way to do so, and the ONLY real way to do so, is by taking the precinct slots.
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    1. Iam in Ohio and want to be delegate how can be delegate in Ohio.

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  6. Robin - you can go to www.donaldjtrump.com and ask them. They will be happy to put you in contact with the Trump Team in Ohio. With the rigged delegate system in this Country, Trump can use all the delegates he can get. From one smart Trump woman voter to another - thank you.

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  7. Delegate count from GOP.com: Trump 749, Cruz 455 and Kasich 144.

    Go Trump!

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  8. Just heard the Wisconsin radio ad for Donald Trump for President. The radio ad was perfect. . .the ad is awesome and I am proud to be a Trump supporter!

    Sincerely,

    Ms. Laura L. Johnson
    Trump supporter outraged!

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    1. Why are all Trump supporters outraged? Can you be more of a solutionist rather than a problematic part in all concerns. Ok I'm sure your gonna be negative from now on. If your a true American work together rather than be divided we fall! Make America great by coming together to make solutions!

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  9. Donald Trump: Wisconsin Radio AD. 4/1/2016
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dajT_uD3mqk

    Donald J Trump for President of U.S.A

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  10. I'm just piss-off at the GOP, media and Bernie Sander's protesters every time Trump makes small mistake about anything, it like hell just broke out but anybody else nothing happen, like Cruz sex sandal, or Hillary email everybody blame Trump. Where GOP gets off stealing Trump's delegates I see a comment on here Trump got them back I hope so.

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  11. Wisconsin Win for Trump will bring jobs to your state

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  12. The biggest threat is Trump; hence the best candidate for the American People.

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  13. Wisconsin polls shows Trump & Cruz neck n neck

    http://election2016unitedstates.blogspot.com/2016/03/republican-gop-polls-march-31-2016.html?m=1

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