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Rab Posted 15th Jan 2017, 12:51pm
  My cousin who lives in West Virginia tells me that local folk are still walking around stunned at the result.
BTW my cousins name is Hillary! yes.gif
angel Posted 9th Nov 2016, 10:06pm
 
QUOTE (tottie ann @ 9th Nov 2016, 07:56pm) *
Time will tell how much he can change things in the USA all i can say is let him blow his TRUMPET for the time being






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Meanwhile tottie ann , the Canadian emigration Web site
crashed today due to the enquires from Americans regarding moving
to Canada because they don't want to live in America
with trump as president.

Come to think of it, there are probably lots of Canadians who don't want to
live any longer in Canada because Trump is now president of the USA.

Any suggestions , biggrin.gif biggrin.gif
tottie ann Posted 9th Nov 2016, 08:56pm
  Time will tell how much he can change things in the USA all i can say is let him blow his TRUMPET for the time being
angel Posted 9th Nov 2016, 03:53pm
  I think the Americn voter just voted their country out of American Democracy and into Authoritariansim

The United States of America is now the Divided States of Trumpland .
Heather Posted 9th Nov 2016, 03:28pm
  My sister who has lived in America for 50 years said Trump could cause the 3rd World War.
She also said he is the type to press the Nuclear button.

I don't know who she finally voted for as she did not want either Candidate as President.
bilbo.s Posted 9th Nov 2016, 11:19am
  What would itsforyou make of this ? ( Post in 2004)
Thomas Posted 9th Nov 2016, 11:06am
  Resurrecting an old post not contributed to since 2004 but early this morning we witnessed the American Presidential elections and it’s being heralded as ‘a landslide victory’ for Donald Trump.

Trump wants to build a wall between Mexico and the US, he also wants to prevent Muslims from entering the US and he intends to repeal ‘Obamacare’ along with jailing Hilary Clinton over her apparent ‘email scandal’.

It appears that politics has taken a strange turn in the world we live, as opinion polls rarely seem to reflect the actual views of the electorate.

Do you think that Trump will make a good President?
Barbara Posted 3rd Nov 2004, 04:44pm
  Itsforu......your a rude pig mad.gif but hey, that's ok.

This is a wonderfull chat board with many interests, nationalities and basically just a grand group of people.
Marion Dougan Posted 3rd Nov 2004, 04:30pm
  Itsforu..... Alias?????? come on own up, yev'e bin here afore. Stop knocking the USA. WE HAVE ENOUGH O YER KIND OAN HERE, FIND ANOTHER BOARD mad.gif
itsforu Posted 3rd Nov 2004, 04:20pm
  What a strange Glasgow board . The U.S. elections ? Who cares . American politics are so bland . No leader with any type of p-ersonality . Neither one of them is fit to be president of one of their high schools , let alone their country . It is truly amazing that in a country of over 300,000,000 people the best they could come up with is two mediocre men of little talent and plenty of money .
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