It’s Official. Paul Ryan Endorses Donald Trump.

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  1. FieldingMellish Suspended

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    Sure to cause more anxiety on the part of the rabid far Left, more so than Trump’s staying power, more so than Trump knocking out 16 opponents (while Hillary remains dogged by one for the entire year), more so that Trump became the presumptive nominee, and ... now this.

    And I do present it with a ****-eating grin. :D

    "Speaker Paul Ryan on Thursday said he's voting for presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump.

    In an op-ed for the Janesville Gazette of Janesville, Wisconsin, Ryan -- who sparked a political firestorm last month when he told CNN's Jake Tapper he was "just not ready" to back his party's nominee -- says he is now convinced Trump will advance the Republican agenda."


    http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/02/politics/paul-ryan-endorses-donald-trump/

    My advice? Start investing in brick companies. Get in early and buy low.
     
  2. rdowns macrumors Penryn

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    An awful lot of words there. Could have been handled with one word, spineless.
     
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    It's official, power centric Republicans sell their souls to stay in the game. .. Expected.
     
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    I don't like Paul Ryan but it's good to see the party unite behind Trump.
     
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    GREAT post. I disagree, but still great nonetheless.
     
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    Lol, you call it uniting? I'd equate it to holding your nose to drink fish oil or more apropo, political whoring, abandoning your principles to win the White House.
     
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    Frightening, I know.

    Because there will be no third-party candidate to split the vote.

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    #crookedhillary knows all about whoring :p and so does her spouse rapin' Bill.
     
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    Thanks for the transparent, agenda driven reply. :)
     
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    You're very welcome ;)
     
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    And? The number of times politicians make deals they say they don't like, all while signing, why would it be any different now?
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    I'm sure he's raped people just as many times as you have.

    Zero times.

    Now if you want people to believe he has, show us those media sources you read - you know, the liberal media sources since the media is always biased in favor of liberals because that's the MSM and such.
     
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    And? No split vote, as mentioned before. A very big freakin' And.

    :D (another ****-eating grin)
     
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    Most powerful member of the GOP begrudgingly accepts a greatly disliked presidential nominee for the sake of party unity. Somehow, this is construed as a problem indicative of the hateful Left.
     
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    I wonder how many on-the-fencers switched to The Donald after this huuge endorsement?
     
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    Was anybody really seriously thinking he wouldn't? He has his own political future to think about, and when the time comes he wants to be able to say I have always supported my party and its voters. If Trump loses, he hardly wants to be blamed for empowering democrats by not supporting the party's nominee.
     
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    Of course he endorsed Trump. The only reason he did not do so earlier was he wanted his political needs met by the republican nominee.

    Career politicians play these games for a living.
     
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    And a day later he is already saying that Trump did something "our of left field", that he doesn't agree with.

    “Look, the comment about the judge the other day just was out of left field for my mind,” Ryan said. “It’s reasoning I don’t relate to. I completely disagree with the thinking behind that. And so, he clearly says and does things I don’t agree with, and I’ve had to speak up from time to time when that has occurred, and I’ll continue to do that if it’s necessary. I hope it’s not.”

    Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2016/06/paul-ryan-trump-university-judge-223876#ixzz4AXy8Jslu
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  19. FieldingMellish thread starter Suspended

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    Trump will be the first President to do his own attack dog work, rather than have some vicious flunky do it for him. :p
     
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    They have to.
     
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    Because if there's one thing America needs more of, it's vicious flunkies able to do their own work on their own time from positions of power.

    TRUMP 2016!

    Now if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna go watch Jurassic Park, and play some old Nintendo games.
     
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    SINOS

    Supporters in name only.
     
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    oh my god!!! Paul Ryan endorses him??? Well, my mind has been changed in support.

    Said no one, ever.
     
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    Paul Ryan? Who? Oh yes, that schmuck from a few years ago. Toodles.
     
  25. FieldingMellish thread starter Suspended

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    So we are having a replay of Obama first term. A popular candidate with a large following and with the push of the party behind him.
     

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