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How Breitbart is handling the Paul Ryan Endorsement by Trump (1 Viewer)

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Seriously, this reminds me of some of the DPRK stuff I used to have to read.
 
Andrew Breitbart is rolling in his grave.

Not sure how historically aware the author is, but I'm pretty sure Populist Nationalism has been seen more recently than he suggests. Germany had a spate of it less than a century ago, if I recall correctly.
 
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Seriously, this reminds me of some of the DPRK stuff I used to have to read.

LOL. Some people just aren't that attached to reality. "Say it...and they will believe it."

I see Ryan as the next Republican President of the U.S. And I'm not even Republican. Not saying he should become President. But I think he will. He's the only one right now I can think of who could beat Hillary. That's why the Republicans tried to get him to run. But I'm sure he has a plan, a timeline.
 
LOL. Some people just aren't that attached to reality. "Say it...and they will believe it."

I see Ryan as the next Republican President of the U.S. And I'm not even Republican. Not saying he should become President. But I think he will. He's the only one right now I can think of who could beat Hillary. That's why the Republicans tried to get him to run. But I'm sure he has a plan, a timeline.

The only downside to Ryan as President is we would lose Ryan as a generational leader in the House. I'll admit to being torn, but I think he is probably best suited for the position.
 
The only downside to Ryan as President is we would lose Ryan as a generational leader in the House. I'll admit to being torn, but I think he is probably best suited for the position.

Which position?
 

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