2020 Presidential Election

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  1. fishonjazz

    fishonjazz Well-Known Member Contributor 2019 Award Winner 2018 Award Winner

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    He is an embarrassment

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  2. The Thriller

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    Yeah? So what?

    he’s pissing off all the elitist people who I hate. Soooo...
     
  3. Red

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    Oh would some power the gift give us, to see ourselves as others see us.

    --Robert Burns, (1759-1796)
     
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  4. babe

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    calling anyone, from your standpoint, "overly simplistic" doesn't make a good argument. pots and kettles, ya know.
     
  5. babe

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    Well, seeing is not necessarily understanding. News isn't necessarily truth. Stuff like that. Confirmation bias is sorta tricky. Lots of people see you for what you are and tell you what they think you wanna hear, even if they totally despise you....and love Trump.

    Seeing your post about your CPAC machine and it's noise..... you know, bro.....there's better stuff for sleep apnea now. My wife went to a physical device that she can sleep with, which changes the way the tissues in her throat settle during sleep..... No noise. Good sleep. Ask your doctor what's new.

    It's not exactly my great quest to argue stuff with anoxia....

    My cousin who does the air commute from London to San Francisco, is a Brexit man. May I hope he speaks for all Europe. Trump is the hope for the better world.
     
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  7. Zombie

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    Dang, I was hoping he'd stick around a little while longer.

    He'd be a great choice to head the EPA though...
     
  8. Red

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    Thanks, machine's not that noisy, best I've had, but memory foam mask made all the difference. Its more the restless leg, she doesn't like me kicking her when she's down.

    Suddenly, a comic interlude...



    https://www.pdcn.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=6585
     
  9. fishonjazz

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  10. Heathme

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    How do any of you consider voting for this guy???



     
  11. Zombie

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    Lmao, pretty funny stuff here.
     
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  13. str8line

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    Even got his plug in for The Art of the Deal. I want to smack him so ****ing hard.
     
  15. Catchall

    Catchall Well-Known Member 2019 Prediction Contest Winner

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    Bernie Sanders' Green New Deal, combined with his proposed Healthcare for All, bill would basically nationalized one-third of the U.S. economy. He wants to centralize and unionize energy production, manufacturing (including auto manufacturing), farming/food production, and some transportation. If he were any further to the left, he'd be in China.

    I can't imagine that this is going to fly with Democrats, let alone having a chance with Republicans. I'm guessing he's just taken himself out of the race for the nomination.
     
  16. The Thriller

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    Republicans have no problem with socialism. Their president just hereby ordered that American businesses should no longer do business with China. So maybe worry about that Sparky rather than worry about what the 3rd or 4th most popular Democratic candidate is proposing.
     
  17. Catchall

    Catchall Well-Known Member 2019 Prediction Contest Winner

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    I'm not 'worried' about any of it.
     
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  18. The Thriller

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    You seem worried enough to write about it. And this isn’t the first time you’ve written a post “warning” us about the onslaught of “socialism” that’ll provide health care or work to limit the damage of the world’s most imminent threat.

    If you don’t like the verb “to worry”, let’s put it this way:

    You are scared, concerned, interested, (pick your verb) enough take time and bandwidth to write on this board about what the 3rd or 4th Democratic candidate for president might do to limit the damage of the world’s most imminent threat.

    Yet, you are not scared, concerned, interested (pick your verb) when your president is actually enacting socialism (trade wars, handouts to farmers, and demanding that American businesses not trade with China) much to the detriment of the world economy.

    Get it? While you fret over what a long shot for president might do, you are ignoring what your president is actually doing.

    I think you should adjust your priorities.
     
  19. Catchall

    Catchall Well-Known Member 2019 Prediction Contest Winner

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    This is a thread discussing the 2020 election. This week, Bernie released details of his Green New Deal that will make it almost impossible for him to challenge for the Democratic nomination.

    See how that's relevant?

    Appreciate your kind advice. I'm not ignoring what the president is doing.
     
  20. The Thriller

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    How would anyone know that you’re not ignoring what the president is doing? I just did a quick search and unless I missed something, I haven’t seen you mention any concern for at least 2 weeks (that’s as far back as I went) about trump’s trade war, handouts to farmers, and today’s obviously newsworthy comments. Why’s that? If you don’t want to be accused of ignoring the elephant in the room, you should probably address it at some point.

    If you’re able to keep up on what’s happening in clear longshot candidates of the DNC, enough to comment at least, why aren’t you commenting about Donald’s disastrous socialism? Your priorities seem messed up.

    Even tea bagging republicans are admitting it:





    Are Joe Walsh and Erick Erickson suddenly liberal?
     

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