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03/05/14(Sat)21:32

>>27599 You'd be banned from the Casino right along with dear Benjamin.

03/05/14(Sat)20:58

>>27588 I can count them also!
There are fifty two! ;p

03/05/14(Sat)01:42
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Caught counting cards

Affleck caught counting cards at Blackjack by casino. Ooops! President???

03/05/14(Sat)00:16
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Jeb Bush???? Bwaaahahahaha.
Ben Affleck? Maybe not too bad.
All the way Don King!

02/05/14(Fri)19:11

>>27570 Add Donald Sterling to the potentials and you really give republicans something to cheer about! ;)

02/05/14(Fri)19:07

Drew Carrey's on the list too?? XD

It's a frightful thing to look at, in it's entirety.

02/05/14(Fri)18:40

>>27570 oh god :(

02/05/14(Fri)14:26
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The declared candidates are Peter King, Michael Kinlaw, Josue Larose, Brian Russell.

Currently 53 potential candidates including: Bobby Jindal, Scott Walker, Jeb Bush, Michelle Bachmann, Condoleeza Rice, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Mitch Daniels, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio.

Democrats have Ben Affleck

See for yourself: http://2016.presidential-candidates.org/

01/05/14(Thu)22:56

>>27556 I don't anyone has thrown his hat in the ring yet (posted his/her entry fee) but Hillary Clinton has mentioned running.
Next President will be Republican (people vote the other way when they get sick of one party).
U.S. ... leave Putin alone!!!!

01/05/14(Thu)21:34

are there already nominees?

01/05/14(Thu)21:09

I do not believe a republican can or will win the presidency in 2016..

01/05/14(Thu)20:40

we all gonna know your next president will be a republican, and the world will tremble.

01/05/14(Thu)20:07

>>27535 Again, of the choices given to us, Obama, in my opinion, was always the better choice.

And Republicans are all over him for this Benghazi mess, while ignoring the debacle of Pat Tillman's death and the cover-up by the Bush administration. And don't get me started on Iraq.

There may never again be a president who can bring both sides together for the common good of the people and that's actually quite depressing.

30/04/14(Wed)19:22

>>27524 He voted for Al-Obama twice! ;p

30/04/14(Wed)11:03
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What happened, dude?