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The Guy Who Can’t Win v. The Guy Who
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Posted By: FlyRight, 11/27/2023 4:53:48 AM

Based on the current polls, we may very well have an immovable object meets an irresistible force scenario, except here it is two aging, past-their-prime retreads who, in any normal time, would have retired to enjoy the remaining sands of the hourglass but have decided to instead run again for president. Both have fatal flaws. Under the old rules, we knew the election outcome without a doubt. Trump can’t possibly win, and Biden is certain to lose. But someone has to win, and it will not be that RFK weirdo. This spectacle is not a done deal. Though he’s far ahead today, Trump can still lose the nomination. I

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Reply 1 - Posted by: RWPollock 11/27/2023 6:17:38 AM (No. 1605612)
Well done article. Sums things up like an adult. This article expresses many of my concerns. The one thing Trump has in his favor is that he is a vote against the corrupt DOJ IRS FBI WOKEness DEI agenda , failing schools, the leaky border, the EV push and fake news narratives. If people equate a vote for him to being against these issues he has a shot. He has a positive past track record Biden does not.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: privateer 11/27/2023 7:04:39 AM (No. 1605626)
A pretty grim assessment, but sincere, and depressingly accurate,I fear. When I think about people like my ex-sister and her Loony Toon progeny, with their visceral, white-hot hatred for Donald Trump---for NO reason they could plausibly articulate---I know Schlichter has a lot of truth behind his analysis. They, like millions of others, would still vote for the Vegetard as he loads them into the boxcars. And the last cry from the showers would be: We Love You Joe! Orange Man Bad!
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Reply 3 - Posted by: PChristopher 11/27/2023 7:08:30 AM (No. 1605627)
I would not call Trump a past his prime retread.... Biden's expiration date lapsed long ago!
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Californian 11/27/2023 7:36:23 AM (No. 1605639)
Author misses super critical point: The voters will have experienced both men as president by the time they vote. One did a great job. The other was horrible. At the end of the day people vote their wallets, not what cnn tells them was said on Twitter.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Jesuslover54 11/27/2023 7:50:16 AM (No. 1605649)
Trump may have old cojones but they're still cojones.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: buckeye1 11/27/2023 7:59:02 AM (No. 1605652)
I can agree with all that is said. It's a great article. I think two other things factor in this political equation. One is do I want Kamela do be my president? The other thing is immigration and the deficit. You have to hate DJT much more than you love your fountry
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Rama41 11/27/2023 8:18:56 AM (No. 1605667)
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Reply 8 - Posted by: gusman 11/27/2023 8:35:59 AM (No. 1605676)
Here is what realky burns me about"Trump can't win" idiots, the 2020 election was stolen using up to 40 million, yes 40 million fake votes!! It is very well documented but everyone of these morons will not report that the " Emporer has no cloths"!! They are making it easier to do voter fraud AGAIn in 2024!!
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Reply 9 - Posted by: gop_guys 11/27/2023 8:40:21 AM (No. 1605680)
I’ve always like Kurt. He was a big Trump supporter at one time. There’s so much more to this next election than likeability. Trump did a lot of good as president. Sure wish we had gotten the wall though. He could have shown real leadership in opposing the lockdowns, school closures, and shots. (Not vaccines) He could have fired Fauci from the start. All the forces of he!! (Deep state swamp critters) are lined up against him. My prayer is that God hasn’t given up on America yet. We need revival. There are dark forces at work in our political parties. But God.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: bpl40 11/27/2023 8:54:34 AM (No. 1605690)
Though generally correct, the article ignores two important points. One is the reason why both of them are in the race are completely different. Joe is in it to prevent his family's corruption from being spilled into the open and have a continued chance to amass more ill gotten gains. Trump is in primarily because he loves this country and sees himself as having no other choice, senses that he is the man of the hour. He would rather be playing golf. Secondly, Trump is the only politician known who left Washington poorer than he went in. Joe as we all know is THE most corrupt in living memory.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: spacer 11/27/2023 9:19:35 AM (No. 1605709)
More nonsense from the peanut gallery. Without even taking his diatribe apart with facts if you do not admit the 2020 election was stolen and President Trump would have won at least 40 states your bilge is corrupt from the git go. Everything Schlichter points to as a Trump vulnerability was there in spades in 2020. And still Trump wiped the floor with Biden sans the theft. This guy is simply trying to map a rino win. Stuff it .
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Reply 12 - Posted by: RayLRiv 11/27/2023 9:38:10 AM (No. 1605715)
It would help Trump a lot if he confined his attacks to RINOs, Xiden's corruption and what Trump accomplished as President. If Trump kept hammering those three over and over again w/o resorting to personal attacks Trump may make enough inroads to tilt the election in his favor. Assuming of course the DemoRATS don't cheat again AND world events between now and the election favor Trump. If he ends up being the Republican nominee I will vote for Trump. If he isn't I'll still vote for him as write-in. I just don't trust the eGOP.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: janjan 11/27/2023 10:01:00 AM (No. 1605730)
Biden isn’t even part of the equation. He didn’t win the first time and no one is going to vote for his re-election because he did such a great job. If that was true the liberals wouldn’t be so hell bent on eliminating Trump via phony prosecutions for invented crimes. This won’t be about the popular vote. Big city liberal bastions have very little influence without voter fraud. This will be about middle America and Republicans with enough cajones to stop the steal. I would bet heavily on the first, the second is highly unlikely.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: kennedylaw 11/27/2023 10:10:57 AM (No. 1605738)
The article barely touches on the elephant in the room. Before the election, Trump will be convicted by an all democrat jury and sentenced to prison by a democrat judge. The federal charges are not the problem, since Trump can simply pardon himself after he is re-elected. The bogus state charges are the problem. After Trump loses at trial he will lose on appeal to the democrat controlled state appellate courts. His only chance will be for the Supreme Court to reverse on federal due process grounds, which is not likely.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: rusino 11/27/2023 10:14:06 AM (No. 1605741)
TRUMP 2016/2020/2024 MAGA 🇺🇸
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Strike3 11/27/2023 11:10:29 AM (No. 1605781)
Schlicter must have awakened on the floor beside his bed when he wrote this. There is simply no comparison between the two and any popularity that Biden has left will be due to brain-dead leftist rejects like himself. A "Retread" is a once-successful tire that led a good long life, good enough to warrant a second go on the road. Okay, that's Trump. Using the tire as an analogy, Joe was born flat, out of balance, with a serious wobble and not capable of driving safely over 35 mph. I'll take the retread any day. If the DOJ and their flying monkeys somehow succeed in removing Trump from the 2024 ballot, they will be receiving a fresh definition of what insurrection really means. Hint: It's not walking invited and unarmed through some old Washington building inhabited by a bunch of stupid old folks, it's a process of getting what you want in your government without their interference in your choice.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: commonsence 11/27/2023 11:19:49 AM (No. 1605790)
LOL you never Trumpers never give up!DeSantis is done, he's baked, he's cooked Trump beats all other candidates in a matchup with Biden. He is currently getting 20% support from blacks and 40% support from hispanics. No other candidate can match this. He was the best president since Reagan Some of you will have to get over the fact he insulted John McCain and Rosie O'donnell.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: chillijilli 11/27/2023 11:32:30 AM (No. 1605797)
BRAVO for posting! Excellent, thoughtful piece. Here's something we need to remember: Trump is a polarizing figure just like Hillary. Her supporters would NEVER be able to change my opinion of her. I don't think we should ignore or dismiss the intense hostility and rage of the anti-Trumpers. Combine that with the sycophant media, a backdrop of continuous legal battles, and our own circular firing squad. Showing up at Trump rallies in favorable locations will NOT be enough. This time it will be a much bigger task than trying to prove Orange Man NOT Bad. I hope we understand that.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: cold porridge 11/27/2023 11:52:55 AM (No. 1605815)
...the recent Trump-leading polls and see that it’s usually something like 43% to 42%. The polls are not accurate, we all know Joe is actually much lower that is being put out there. Quit looking at the polls Kurt, and quit being dumb enough to still want DeSantis. Get behind Trump or get lost.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: andyboy 11/27/2023 12:10:11 PM (No. 1605828)
As he almost always does, Schlichter makes many valid points. However, this article misses the biggest one of all. If not for massive election fraud, Trump would have won in 2020, and will win in 2024. The key is stopping the massive fraud, and there are many dedicated folks in well-funded organizations fighting to do exactly that.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: J. Arthur Brown 11/27/2023 12:29:27 PM (No. 1605842)
George W. Bush is term limited and is not coming back. Ron DeSantis' big money boys have moved on and won't underwrite any more $95,000 endorsements. It won.t be long before Mr. Schlicter endorses Nikki Haley.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Luke21 11/27/2023 1:15:35 PM (No. 1605866)
Kurt has become quite the normie, but there are a bunch of them out there.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: mc squared 11/27/2023 1:20:39 PM (No. 1605871)
I sense that not everyone read the column. Schlichter liked DeS but admits he's not going to be the candidate, and he'd be happy to find that DJT is president again. I'll take that.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: felixcat 11/27/2023 1:42:22 PM (No. 1605886)
I was listening to an interview of Michael Reagan last week on the Willow sho on Sirius satellite radio. And of course, Michael said he loved Trump's policies but that Trump was likable like his father. And I am like well, to each has own. Reagan was attacked but no where at the level that Trump was and is. As far as I know, his political opponent didn't misuse the federal government to go after Ronald. So Biden is likable? Seriously is that is how we are suppose to elect the President of the USA?
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Reply 25 - Posted by: YorkieMom 11/27/2023 11:03:00 PM (No. 1606115)
Like it or not, Kurt is telling it like it is. The main thing is voters aren't voting for Biden. They are voting against Trump. No matter how many people show up for his rallies, there are more people who cannot stand him and will vote against him, thanks to the crooked media and the devious Democrats who never give up. Never trust them and don't trust any silly poll. I'll be like Kurt. I'd be happy to be wrong, but I see Trump losing. Those who say they will write Trump's name on the ballot, if he isn't the nominee, don't you realize it will be thrown in the trash. So, will you be voting for Haley, DeSantis, or letting Biden have it again by staying home and not voting?
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