2020 Presidential election

babe

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For those supporting Trump, what is your plan to maximize these last 100 days to help win the vote? What is your confidence level that he will win in November?
I don't think Trump can win this. oh, maybe it'll be 78 million votes for Biden and 58 million votes for Trump, but the corporation that tallies all the votes is offshore, in Spain I think, and owned by China.

And as we have seen, tyrants don't need to care so much about who votes as about who counts the votes.

Sure, Trump stole the 2016 by overwhelming the fake votes available to Hillary, so this time instead of 6M fake votes, there will be 30M. We will have such an overwhelming voter turnout, it will make California's bragging about 75% voter turnout look lame. I bet we get 110% voter turnout this time;.
 

babe

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Hey guys, if you vote for Biden, I promise not to try and get you fired from your job or "cancelled".
Are you kidding. ?

everyone knows almost every workplace is run by people who just won't hire people who are too different. It's always been that way.

In most places, throughout history, it's not just losing your job, it's losing your head as well.

And the louder anyone gets trying to tell you how fair they are the faster you should run for your life.
 

babe

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I agree Biden is well past his prime, but unlike Trump, at least he has had a prime from which to recede. I will also agree Biden skates to where the majority of Democrats reside at any particular time. Right now that’s to the left of Clinton and Obama. But since I’m not an ideologue that's not my most pressing concern when I decide for whom to vote. What I’ll settle for right now is a grown-up as president. Trump is a spoiled and petulant man-child. He has never developed emotionally or intellectually into a grown adult with mature thoughts and feelings. His behaviors are still those of a little boy, grade-school level: impulsive, grandiose, self-centered, and unable to take responsibility for himself.
Well, I suppose you'd think Bush was a good President, both of them. They had all the polish and manners needed to sleep while the ship of state sailed through the night, and if anything went wrong, everyone knew the Establishment would work cohesively to fix things.

I'd say, in the context of the Press he's had, and the Resistance, including the FBI and other agency chiefs and the FISA court...... he's more of class act than you could be facing such opposition.

When I went through my first divorce and found my bank accounts closed out, I had a bit of derangement, which clearly aggravated the bank teller, who obviously thought I was a child.

I have no idea how women feel when they are raped and call 911 and get the recording from Dem cities that there are no police to respond,, and then find the Rape Crisis Center shut down as well, but I wouldn't call her a child if she threw a brick through the Mayor's office windows.

Seriously, I just can't believe you're in with Soro's thugs taking society apart at the seams for the glorious rebuild into more overt Fascism, but hey, maybe there's a silver lining for you.
 

Jeditiger

Hoppy Goodness
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Seriously, I just can't believe you're in with Soro's thugs taking society apart at the seams for the glorious rebuild into more overt Fascism, but hey, maybe there's a silver lining for you.
Babe, you seem like an intelligent person. Are you saying you actually buy into this Soros boogeyman BS? Dude's been a convenient scape-goat of the deranged Right for well over a decade now. Lots of accusations but nothing actually concrete against him. I've read up on him and he seems like he's actually a good dude. But, what the hell do I know?

Sorry to interrupt - carry on. Back to lurking....
 

babe

Well-Known Member
Babe, you seem like an intelligent person. Are you saying you actually buy into this Soros boogeyman BS? Dude's been a convenient scape-goat of the deranged Right for well over a decade now. Lots of accusations but nothing actually concrete against him. I've read up on him and he seems like he's actually a good dude. But, what the hell do I know?

Sorry to interrupt - carry on. Back to lurking....
I don't think he even tries to disavow stuff like this. He's got smart lawyers and others who watch his back.

I read a lot of the stuff dissing the charge, but it is believab le at the level of ordinary Americans for those who really aren't listening to the mainstream Media.

I can't afford to hire the lawyer staff I'd need if I actually documented his actions. If true it would be a kind of treason, if ou rgovernment really cared to maintain core traditional values and the Constitutional governance actually conained within the four corners of the document, as originally intended.

But the fact is, our lawyer associations, the various bar associations that set the discipline for lawyers in various states and thenational level associations are in tune with the progressive ideas more than they will tell, and nobody supporting the current schemes for international governance under international organizations gathered under the UN charter somehow, is going to be charged or tried for treason, let alone convicted or seriouisly sentenced for it.

But a lot of Americans do see the reality of what is happening as an undesired and incompatible departure from what they want their government to be.

Now, as to just whose government it is, that is entirely a different subject. I fully recognize that anyone with much education is going to see the reality of "progress" in aee the reality of "progress" in a more favorable light, and that is why you can rest smug in your conceit that .all reasonable people just know people like Soros are our current definition of real Americans.

Soros has no intention to leave "well enough" alone. He is absolutely working for transforming political agendas. A whole ship of fools just wants to be at the table betting on his side for the win.
 

Wes Mantooth

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I’m not sure it’ll be coming just yet but I agree, it’s coming in the next 3-9 months. I was trying to find a site with month over month foreclosures in the U.S. to see if it’s been increasing (doubt it as the process takes quite long) or at least to track it to see if it does start to increase.

Lemme know if you can find anything.
I’m not sure it’ll be coming just yet but I agree, it’s coming in the next 3-9 months. I was trying to find a site with month over month foreclosures in the U.S. to see if it’s been increasing (doubt it as the process takes quite long) or at least to track it to see if it does start to increase.

Lemme know if you can find anything.


Gonna try to use the source and see if I can find Q2 data for 2020 since I think it should have been released by now given when Q1 came out.
 

Jonah

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Look at the name on this tweet. Looks like a lib trying to promote the fiction of present Nazi racism to me. I mean, have you ever heard of such a name before, and what would be in the head of someone making up a name like that, who is obvious far left in political biases.
Do you ever just stop five seconds to check yourself? Might save you from posting this kind of nonsense. Or your even more unhinged followup. Nazaryan is a common surname in Armenia. Must just sound foreign and therefore made-up to your cloistered ears. Further, Alexander Nazaryan is a real journalist (Newsweek, The Atlantic, Harpers, New York Times, Yahoo News) writing under his own name for more than twenty years.
 

Red

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So, sitting here bored, I've looked around for the news on the incident Yoho--AOC and Williams. So far there is no one claiming to have overheard those remarks, on the steps of the House.
I researched this as well. It was The Hill that claimed a reporter overheard the exchange. This piece published by The Hill appears to be the source of that claim. I don’t know if it’s the same reporter who wrote the piece or another reporter unnamed in this report, but it was apparently The Hill that advanced the claim that a reporter overheard Yoho say “******* bitch“.


 

silesian

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I researched this as well. It was The Hill that claimed a reporter overheard the exchange. This piece published by The Hill appears to be the source of that claim. I don’t know if it’s the same reporter who wrote the piece or another reporter unnamed in this report, but it was apparently The Hill that advanced the claim that a reporter overheard Yoho say “******* bitch“.


I oppose almost all her policies, but I like AOC a lot . She has balls and gives a voice to young people.

She stirs such vitriol from insecure old small penis white guys who are insecure and threatened.

I say let’s respectfully debate and let the best ideas win.
 

gandalfe

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I oppose almost all her policies, but I like AOC a lot . She has balls and gives a voice to young people.

She stirs such vitriol from insecure old small penis white guys who are insecure and threatened.

I say let’s respectfully debate and let the best ideas win.
I like both her and her policies.

I also appreciate that, because of this, she got "f***ing b***h" in the congressional record. I mean, that takes some b***s.
 

Red

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Perhaps our resident physician can examine the Newsweek op-ed. In the meantime, here is one critique:


The author of the above critique:

 

babe

Well-Known Member
This.
Everything babe says is out of touch and persecution complexed like no other.

Poor fella, so many boogeymen for him to be afraid of.

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We all know you are a good ol' boy just gettin' along in this world.

to you, and to determined believers in a false societal and political current context, I am the definition of everything bad.

I'm not perfect at it, but nobody can be perfect in conforming to any ideal or definition of anything. To be "human" is to be inconsistent, and thank God we are, sometimes.

But believe me, I try to be that kind of "bad".
 
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