• TRUMP

    From HusTler@VERT/PHARCYDE to All on Thu Jan 6 21:54:13 2022

    Donald Trump for President 2024! Let's GO!

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to HusTler on Fri Jan 7 01:09:28 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: HusTler to All on Thu Jan 06 2022 09:54 pm


    Donald Trump for President 2024! Let's GO!

    |07 HusTler



    no way! this joe biden is way too fucking entertaining.
    and kamala harris is great too. they are a real shining light on the stupidity of liberals.

    i'm actually benefitting from all this destruction of society.
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  • From Nightfox@VERT/DIGDIST to HusTler on Fri Jan 7 09:21:51 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: HusTler to All on Thu Jan 06 2022 09:54 pm

    Donald Trump for President 2024! Let's GO!

    How about no? https://i.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/newsfeed/000/129/577/How+About+No.jpg

    Na ga da. Wouldn't be prudent at this juncture.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Nightfox on Fri Jan 7 12:27:25 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Nightfox to HusTler on Fri Jan 07 2022 09:21 am

    Re: TRUMP
    By: HusTler to All on Thu Jan 06 2022 09:54 pm

    Donald Trump for President 2024! Let's GO!

    How about no? https://i.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/newsfeed/000/129/577/How+About+No.jpg

    Na ga da. Wouldn't be prudent at this juncture.


    yeah that guy did too good of a job. we need someone super shitty like biden to send this world into hell.
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  • From Arelor@VERT/PALANT to Nightfox on Fri Jan 7 12:56:45 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Nightfox to HusTler on Fri Jan 07 2022 09:21 am

    Re: TRUMP
    By: HusTler to All on Thu Jan 06 2022 09:54 pm

    Donald Trump for President 2024! Let's GO!

    How about no? https://i.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/newsfeed/000/129/577/How+About+No.jpg

    Na ga da. Wouldn't be prudent at this juncture.

    Nightfox


    Where is your ecologist streak? If you bring back Trump, you may let Democrats recycle all their anti-Trump machinery and propaganda instead of forcing them to manufacture new stuff.

    This is the green new deal age. Say no to making moar stuff when you can recycle the old stuff. With Trump we could just grab BLM back from the box of used stuff, apply a coat of paint over it, and release it, without having to waste any of Earth'sprecious resources making something new that will end up in the landfill.

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  • From Nightfox@VERT/DIGDIST to Arelor on Fri Jan 7 12:26:21 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Arelor to Nightfox on Fri Jan 07 2022 12:56 pm

    How about no?

    Where is your ecologist streak? If you bring back Trump, you may let Democrats recycle all their anti-Trump machinery and propaganda instead of forcing them to manufacture new stuff.

    This is the green new deal age. Say no to making moar stuff when you can recycle the old stuff. With Trump we could just grab BLM back from the box of used stuff, apply a coat of paint over it, and release it, without having to waste any of Earth'sprecious resources making something new that will end up in the landfill.

    It's not just about republicans and democrats. I don't think the US really had any strong candidates in the last presidentital election. I can't say I was really enthusiastic about either Trump or Biden.

    Nightfox

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  • From Arelor@VERT/PALANT to Nightfox on Fri Jan 7 15:38:18 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Nightfox to Arelor on Fri Jan 07 2022 12:26 pm

    Re: TRUMP
    By: Arelor to Nightfox on Fri Jan 07 2022 12:56 pm

    How about no?

    Where is your ecologist streak? If you bring back Trump, you may let Democrats recycle all their anti-Trump machinery and propaganda instead forcing them to manufacture new stuff.

    This is the green new deal age. Say no to making moar stuff when you ca recycle the old stuff. With Trump we could just grab BLM back from the of used stuff, apply a coat of paint over it, and release it, without having to waste any of Earth'sprecious resources making something new t will end up in the landfill.

    It's not just about republicans and democrats. I don't think the US really any strong candidates in the last presidentital election. I can't say I was really enthusiastic about either Trump or Biden.

    Nightfox


    Maybe

    Still I am disappointed that you are a consumist that wants to keep producing more stuff, as if the planet could support it, instead of reuse old assets :-P

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Arelor on Fri Jan 7 21:00:31 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Arelor to Nightfox on Fri Jan 07 2022 12:56 pm


    This is the green new deal age. Say no to making moar stuff when you can recycle the old stuff. With Trump we could just grab BLM back from the box of used stuff, apply a coat of paint over it, and release it, without having to waste any of Earth'sprecious resources making something new that will end up in the landfill.

    also the press are suffering. they are losing like 30% of revenue because they cant report on trump anymore. you know when he made a typo in a tweet or other dumb shit.
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Nightfox on Fri Jan 7 21:01:15 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Nightfox to Arelor on Fri Jan 07 2022 12:26 pm

    It's not just about republicans and democrats. I don't think the US really had any strong candidates in the last presidentital election. I can't say I was really enthusiastic about either Trump or Biden.


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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Arelor on Fri Jan 7 21:03:03 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Arelor to Nightfox on Fri Jan 07 2022 03:38 pm

    Maybe

    Still I am disappointed that you are a consumist that wants to keep producing more stuff, as if the planet could support it, instead of reuse old assets :-P

    americans are super consumers. we do use a lot of recycled stuff, and sometimes we even pay much more for recycled stuff.

    during covid times americans are consuming even more.
    food mfg and retail stores can't keep up with all our buying.
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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to MRO on Fri Jan 7 23:02:32 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: MRO to HusTler on Fri Jan 07 2022 01:09 am

    Donald Trump for President 2024! Let's GO!

    |07 HusTler



    no way! this joe biden is way too fucking entertaining.
    and kamala harris is great too. they are a real shining light on the stupidity of liberals.

    I'm thinking Heavy D for President 2024, Cruz for AG.

    How long do you think Biden will last?
    I predict article 25 will have to come into play soon, Joe should've been in a rest home years ago.
    the guy is off duty at 1 pm every day, he's not running the show anyway.

    ... I forgot all about the Amnesia conference. -Joe Biden.

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  • From Basschestra@VERT/BTTMLSS to MRO on Sat Jan 8 04:20:00 2022
    Why tho?
    I mean President should be representing his/her country and should not be
    dumb. I know from history of my country that dumb presidents are useless.
    BTW I think that President should be politically neutral.
    Basschestra

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  • From Basschestra@VERT/BTTMLSS to MRO on Sat Jan 8 04:23:00 2022
    trump did a lot of good stuff, you obviously didn't educate yourself on that. ---

    Like what?
    Oh I know:
    1. We need to build a wall.
    2. The Earth's climate change is not our fault - it does not exist.
    3. I hate China - let's cancel deals with them.
    Bruh

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Denn on Sat Jan 8 08:17:30 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Denn to MRO on Fri Jan 07 2022 11:02 pm

    How long do you think Biden will last?
    I predict article 25 will have to come into play soon, Joe should've been in a rest home years ago.
    the guy is off duty at 1 pm every day, he's not running the show anyway.


    biden is the perfect puppet. i am sure they are pumping him with a drug cocktail to keep him alive.
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Basschestra on Sat Jan 8 08:17:47 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: Basschestra to MRO on Sat Jan 08 2022 04:20 am

    Why tho?
    I mean President should be representing his/her country and should not be dumb. I know from history of my country that dumb presidents are useless. BTW I think that President should be politically neutral.
    Basschestra


    hey you need to quote all your msgs that you reply to.
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Basschestra on Sat Jan 8 08:19:58 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: Basschestra to MRO on Sat Jan 08 2022 04:23 am

    trump did a lot of good stuff, you obviously didn't educate yourself on that. ---

    Like what?
    Oh I know:
    1. We need to build a wall.
    2. The Earth's climate change is not our fault - it does not exist.
    3. I hate China - let's cancel deals with them.
    Bruh

    improved the economy greatly.
    give black prisoners a 2nd chance after incarceration.
    made animal abuse a felony

    simplified the tax brackets, allowing us to keep more of our own money instead of giving it to the govt as a interest free loan.

    china had a free ride for way too long and it was time to fix that problem too.

    and many more good things.

    you know nothing. turn off the CNN
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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to NIGHTFOX on Sat Jan 8 10:32:00 2022
    It's not just about republicans and democrats. I don't think the US really ha
    any strong candidates in the last presidentital election.

    I think 2016 was even worse. At least in 2020, you had an incumbent and
    could make some judgement based on what he had/hadn't done over the
    previous 4 years. In 2016, you had one candidate who no one believed was running or believed would win, and another candidate who was past her prime (but not as much as Joe) and who was so full of herself it was impossible
    for me to ever consider her.

    I suspect that, in 2016, many folks voted for Trump in hopes of keeping HRC out.


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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to MRO on Sat Jan 8 10:23:00 2022
    also the press are suffering. they are losing like 30% of revenue because the
    cant report on trump anymore. you know when he made a typo in a tweet or othe
    dumb shit.

    They could make some of that up by covering some of Biden's blunders.
    That would not be all the revenue as some of the folks who ate up Trump's
    goofs would be totally triggered if they wre replaced with Biden's
    ramblings, but they might pick a few readers/watchers back up.


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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to BASSCHESTRA on Sat Jan 8 10:24:00 2022
    Why tho?
    I mean President should be representing his/her country and should not be dumb. I know from history of my country that dumb presidents are useless.
    BTW I think that President should be politically neutral.

    Considering how partisan our Congress is, that would not necessarily be a
    bad thing.


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  • From fang-castro@VERT/NIGHTVLT to HusTler on Sat Jan 8 10:18:00 2022
    On 06 Jan 2022, HusTler said the following...

    Donald Trump for President 2024! Let's GO!

    All his cultists will be dead or in prison by 2024. =)

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  • From Nightfox@VERT/DIGDIST to Dumas Walker on Sat Jan 8 10:13:21 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Dumas Walker to NIGHTFOX on Sat Jan 08 2022 10:32 am

    I think 2016 was even worse. At least in 2020, you had an incumbent and could make some judgement based on what he had/hadn't done over the previous 4 years. In 2016, you had one candidate who no one believed was running or believed would win, and another candidate who was past her prime (but not as much as Joe) and who was so full of herself it was impossible for me to ever consider her.

    I suspect that, in 2016, many folks voted for Trump in hopes of keeping HRC out.

    At least there were other options in 2016. Gary Johnson sounded interesting. In 2020, the only candidates ended up being Trump and Biden, and all the other candidates had dropped out.

    Nightfox

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Dumas Walker on Sat Jan 8 16:22:33 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Dumas Walker to NIGHTFOX on Sat Jan 08 2022 10:32 am

    It's not just about republicans and democrats. I don't think the US really ha
    any strong candidates in the last presidentital election.

    I think 2016 was even worse. At least in 2020, you had an incumbent and could make some judgement based on what he had/hadn't done over the
    previous 4 years. In 2016, you had one candidate who no one believed was running or believed would win, and another candidate who was past her prime (but not as much as Joe) and who was so full of herself it was impossible for me to ever consider her.

    I suspect that, in 2016, many folks voted for Trump in hopes of keeping HRC out.


    there's something that hillary doesnt realize: nobody likes her.
    people hate her on a weird, deep level. it's like they can sense the evil.

    nobody was more surprised than hillary when she lost. what sucks is she didnt even thank her supporters when she found out. she just left them there at HQ and drove off without saying a word.

    she also had weird medical problems that she was trying to hide. she had that head injury where she had to wear prizmatic glasses and she was having strange coughing fits.

    i heard one story where she was there telling obama and michelle what she wanted them to do and they kind of rebuffed her and she got upset and started coughing and they had to get the whitehouse doctor to check her out.
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Dumas Walker on Sat Jan 8 16:23:19 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Dumas Walker to MRO on Sat Jan 08 2022 10:23 am

    also the press are suffering. they are losing like 30% of revenue because the
    cant report on trump anymore. you know when he made a typo in a tweet or othe
    dumb shit.

    They could make some of that up by covering some of Biden's blunders.
    That would not be all the revenue as some of the folks who ate up Trump's goofs would be totally triggered if they wre replaced with Biden's ramblings, but they might pick a few readers/watchers back up.


    they just pretend nothing happened when biden does something usually. even though he's running out of press conferences when they ask questions. you'd think they'd be mad that he's giving them nothing.
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Dumas Walker on Sat Jan 8 16:31:00 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: Dumas Walker to BASSCHESTRA on Sat Jan 08 2022 10:24 am

    Why tho?
    I mean President should be representing his/her country and should not be dumb. I know from history of my country that dumb presidents are useless. BTW I think that President should be politically neutral.

    Considering how partisan our Congress is, that would not necessarily be a bad thing.



    bacially there is only one political party. they all grow up together and go out for drinks at the end of the day.

    it's them vs us.

    i love joe biden. dude cracks me up on many levels.
    people called trump a racist and a rapist without any proof of anything.
    then they voted for biden who has that background and he's still corrupt.

    nobody who voted for biden says one word about how good he is. i've been watching. never saw it.
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to fang-castro on Sat Jan 8 16:31:42 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: fang-castro to HusTler on Sat Jan 08 2022 10:18 am

    On 06 Jan 2022, HusTler said the following...

    Donald Trump for President 2024! Let's GO!

    All his cultists will be dead or in prison by 2024. =)


    why would that be. and i'm pretty sure it's not a cult.
    we just don't like shitty presidents.
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Nightfox on Sat Jan 8 16:33:05 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Nightfox to Dumas Walker on Sat Jan 08 2022 10:13 am

    I suspect that, in 2016, many folks voted for Trump in hopes of keeping HRC out.

    At least there were other options in 2016. Gary Johnson sounded interesting. In 2020, the only candidates ended up being Trump and Biden, and all the other candidates had dropped out.


    there were other losers running, the same as last time.
    this is a 2 party system.
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  • From Arelor@VERT/PALANT to Dumas Walker on Sat Jan 8 17:12:55 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Dumas Walker to NIGHTFOX on Sat Jan 08 2022 10:32 am

    I suspect that, in 2016, many folks voted for Trump in hopes of keeping HRC out.


    Isn't that how many elections are ran worldwide?

    People voting for candidates they dislike because they want to keep the other candidate away, no matter the cost?

    IMO I think more people voted for Trump because they liked Trump than voted for, say Pedro Sánchez because they liked Pedro Sánchez.

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  • From Nopants@VERT/CITBBS to Nightfox on Sat Jan 8 11:24:00 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Nightfox to Arelor on Fri Jan 07 2022 12:26 pm

    It's not just about republicans and democrats. I don't think the US really had any strong candidates in the last presidentital election.

    AKA A-meh-rica



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  • From Nightfox@VERT/DIGDIST to MRO on Sat Jan 8 19:38:08 2022
    there were other losers running, the same as last time.

    But they all dropped out before we could vote on them.

    this is a 2 party system.

    I'm not sure what your point is.

    Nightfox

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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to MRO on Sat Jan 8 23:39:54 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: MRO to fang-castro on Sat Jan 08 2022 04:31 pm

    Donald Trump for President 2024! Let's GO!

    All his cultists will be dead or in prison by 2024. =)


    why would that be. and i'm pretty sure it's not a cult.
    we just don't like shitty presidents.

    Yeah most people hate poopy pants Biden who soiled himself with the Pope and let off a smelly one on Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.

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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to NIGHTFOX on Sun Jan 9 11:00:00 2022
    I suspect that, in 2016, many folks voted for Trump in hopes of keeping HRC out.

    At least there were other options in 2016. Gary Johnson sounded interesting. I
    2020, the only candidates ended up being Trump and Biden, and all the other can
    didates had dropped out.

    True. There were a couple of Democrats who were interesting to me in the
    2020 primaries, so I knew they'd not make it far. One guy was from the
    East Coast and dropped out early. He seemed more moderate than the others.
    Tulsi Gabbard is incredibly level-headed. I don't agree with all of her opinions on things, but I believe she'd make a decent President. She got
    more delegates than the eventual VP, too.

    Tulsi's mistake was bad-mouthing Hillary, even if what she said was spot on.
    I doubt she will get very far as a Democrat if she ever tries again.


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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to MRO on Sun Jan 9 11:05:00 2022
    there's something that hillary doesnt realize: nobody likes her.
    people hate her on a weird, deep level. it's like they can sense the evil.

    I have a sister that met her a couple of times when she was First Lady.
    She very much liked her, may still, but she is in the minority for sure.

    nobody was more surprised than hillary when she lost. what sucks is she didnt
    ven thank her supporters when she found out. she just left them there at HQ a
    drove off without saying a word.

    No joke. The social media meltdowns were awesome.

    she also had weird medical problems that she was trying to hide. she had that ad injury where she had to wear prizmatic glasses and she was having strange c
    ghing fits.

    i heard one story where she was there telling obama and michelle what she want
    them to do and they kind of rebuffed her and she got upset and started coughi
    and they had to get the whitehouse doctor to check her out.

    The medical thing is interesting. Her reason for leaving the SoS position
    was her health (although I am sure it was to get ready for a run for
    office!). She also brought up her health (specifically her memory), under oath, when they were asking her questions about her emails, etc. That was
    the first time I heard about the "head injury."

    If we take her word for it, being a full-time SoS was too much for her, and
    she fully admitted to having memory issues. Later, her supporters freaked out when Trump and others brought up her potential health issues but, to me, since she brought them all to light first, I cannot see *not* questioning those issues when she later decides to run for President.


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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to MRO on Sun Jan 9 11:06:00 2022
    They could make some of that up by covering some of Biden's blunders.
    That would not be all the revenue as some of the folks who ate up Trump's goofs would be totally triggered if they wre replaced with Biden's ramblings, but they might pick a few readers/watchers back up.

    they just pretend nothing happened when biden does something usually. even th
    gh he's running out of press conferences when they ask questions. you'd think ey'd be mad that he's giving them nothing.

    Based on their reactions, some of them are upset. I am guessing their
    editors force them to downplay their disappointment. You can also tell
    that a lot of them (not just conservative ones, either) are often tired of Psaki's non-answers to questions.


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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to MRO on Sun Jan 9 11:08:00 2022
    bacially there is only one political party. they all grow up together and go t for drinks at the end of the day.

    it's them vs us.

    I agree with that, to a point. Some of them on one side really do seem to
    have a strong dislike for those on the other, though. But, at the end of
    the day, them vs. us is probably most accurate.

    nobody who voted for biden says one word about how good he is. i've been watc
    ng. never saw it.

    It was all "he isn't Trump!" I think some of the folks who disliked HRC so much they voted for Trump in 2016 went back to Biden in 2020, possibly for similar reasons.


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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to ARELOR on Sun Jan 9 11:12:00 2022
    Isn't that how many elections are ran worldwide?

    People voting for candidates they dislike because they want to keep the other candidate away, no matter the cost?

    Overall, yes, but I think it was really prevalent then. I know a lot of
    folks who did that. I usually vote third-party when in that situation, but
    she even drove me to Trump.

    In 2020, despite Trump rubbing folks the wrong way, I thought he was the
    better candidate vs. someone I suspected might be senile. If Trump had
    been running against, say, Tulsi Gabbard, the choice might not have been so easy.

    In 2020, Trump never had the votes of the hard-core Democrats, but I think
    he also lost votes from folks who chose him as the lesser of two evils in
    2016. Why they would think Biden was better, I don't know, but I think it
    was just because he "wasn't Trump" and they were either tired of listening
    to Trump all the time and/or thought Joe would at least not be in the news
    as much.

    IMO I think more people voted for Trump because they liked Trump than voted for, say Pedro Sşnchez because they liked Pedro Sşnchez.

    That could be.


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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Nightfox on Sun Jan 9 19:11:48 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Nightfox to MRO on Sat Jan 08 2022 07:38 pm

    there were other losers running, the same as last time.

    But they all dropped out before we could vote on them.


    you can write them in.

    this is a 2 party system.

    I'm not sure what your point is.

    Nightfox

    you were talking about people running under other parties.
    the guy you mentioned ran as libritarian.
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Denn on Sun Jan 9 19:14:14 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: Denn to MRO on Sat Jan 08 2022 11:39 pm

    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: MRO to fang-castro on Sat Jan 08 2022 04:31 pm

    Donald Trump for President 2024! Let's GO!

    All his cultists will be dead or in prison by 2024. =)


    why would that be. and i'm pretty sure it's not a cult.
    we just don't like shitty presidents.

    Yeah most people hate poopy pants Biden who soiled himself with the Pope and let off a smelly one on Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.


    poor poindexter won't even defend him. he just talks about trump by reflex.
    he think he took a dovenet break anyways.
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Dumas Walker on Sun Jan 9 19:15:40 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Dumas Walker to NIGHTFOX on Sun Jan 09 2022 11:00 am

    True. There were a couple of Democrats who were interesting to me in the 2020 primaries, so I knew they'd not make it far. One guy was from the
    East Coast and dropped out early. He seemed more moderate than the others.
    Tulsi Gabbard is incredibly level-headed. I don't agree with all of her opinions on things, but I believe she'd make a decent President. She got more delegates than the eventual VP, too.


    yeah i felt that way too about some candidates. but when i saw them all debate they all looked like a bunch of fools.


    Tulsi's mistake was bad-mouthing Hillary, even if what she said was spot on. I doubt she will get very far as a Democrat if she ever tries again.


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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Dumas Walker on Sun Jan 9 19:17:10 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Dumas Walker to MRO on Sun Jan 09 2022 11:05 am


    If we take her word for it, being a full-time SoS was too much for her, and she fully admitted to having memory issues. Later, her supporters freaked out when Trump and others brought up her potential health issues but, to me, since she brought them all to light first, I cannot see *not* questioning those issues when she later decides to run for President.


    one weird thing is trump layed off of it. and she kept having exhaustion and other issues. trump stopped talking about it which i find weird.
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  • From HusTler@VERT/PHARCYDE to Nightfox on Sun Jan 9 22:26:30 2022
    Re: TRUMP
    By: Nightfox to Arelor on Fri Jan 07 2022 12:26 pm

    It's not just about republicans and democrats. I don't think the US really h any strong candidates in the last presidentital election. I can't say I was really enthusiastic about either Trump or Biden.

    The last president I really liked was Bill Clinton. Just sayin. I thought Ronald Reagan was even better.

    |07 HusTler


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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to MRO on Mon Jan 10 00:37:45 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: MRO to Denn on Sun Jan 09 2022 07:14 pm

    Donald Trump for President 2024! Let's GO!

    All his cultists will be dead or in prison by 2024. =)


    why would that be. and i'm pretty sure it's not a cult.
    we just don't like shitty presidents.

    Yeah most people hate poopy pants Biden who soiled himself with the
    Pope and let off a smelly one on Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.



    poor poindexter won't even defend him. he just talks about trump by reflex. he think he took a dovenet break anyways.

    Duane (the Rock) Johnson supported Biden during the campaign, haven't heard a
    word from him about Biden since. Did he realize Biden is an assclown?

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  • From Dr. What@VERT/DMINE to Dumas Walker on Mon Jan 10 08:21:00 2022
    Dumas Walker wrote to NIGHTFOX <=-

    Tulsi Gabbard is incredibly level-headed. I don't agree with all of
    her opinions on things, but I believe she'd make a decent President.
    She got more delegates than the eventual VP, too.

    Tulsi is a "soft" socialist. Her end goal is the same.


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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to MRO on Mon Jan 10 16:43:00 2022
    If we take her word for it, being a full-time SoS was too much for her, and
    she fully admitted to having memory issues. Later, her supporters freaked out when Trump and others brought up her potential health issues but, to me
    since she brought them all to light first, I cannot see *not* questioning those issues when she later decides to run for President.

    one weird thing is trump layed off of it. and she kept having exhaustion and o
    er issues. trump stopped talking about it which i find weird.

    After she had that fall getting into that van, and then her camp cancelled
    some activities, I suspect he really thought something was wrong with her.
    He may have decided kicking her when she was down would come across as too negative.

    He had plenty of other things to hit her with.


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  • From Tracker1@VERT/TRN to Basschestra on Thu Jan 13 06:56:36 2022
    On 1/7/22 21:20, Basschestra wrote:
    Why tho?
    I mean President should be representing his/her country and should not be dumb. I know from history of my country that dumb presidents are useless.
    BTW I think that President should be politically neutral.

    There is no such thing as politically neutral. Animosity or apathy
    maybe... but that's only until it affects you.
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  • From Tracker1@VERT/TRN to MRO on Thu Jan 13 06:58:22 2022
    On 1/8/22 07:17, MRO wrote:

    biden is the perfect puppet. i am sure they are pumping him with a drug cocktail to keep him alive.

    He's perfectly, okay mostly... alright somewhat coherent for about 3-4
    hours a day. Isn't that enough? Just because some *OTHER* presidents
    worked 16+ hour days most of the time...
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  • From Tracker1@VERT/TRN to Dumas Walker on Thu Jan 13 07:05:37 2022
    On 1/9/22 09:00, Dumas Walker wrote:
    Tulsi Gabbard is incredibly level-headed. I don't agree with all
    of her opinions on things, but I believe she'd make a decent
    President. She got more delegates than the eventual VP, too.

    Tulsi's mistake was bad-mouthing Hillary, even if what she said was
    spot on. I doubt she will get very far as a Democrat if she ever tries again.

    In terms of personality, I liked Tulsi a lot. I didn't care for a lot of
    her political positions, but would have been way better than what we got.
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  • From Tracker1@VERT/TRN to Dumas Walker on Thu Jan 13 07:08:14 2022
    On 1/9/22 09:05, Dumas Walker wrote:
    there's something that hillary doesnt realize: nobody likes her.
    people hate her on a weird, deep level. it's like they can sense the evil.

    I have a sister that met her a couple of times when she was First Lady.
    She very much liked her, may still, but she is in the minority for sure.

    Should talk to someone that worked there at the time sometime... she was
    just plain nasty to most of the staff, and especially the
    military/security present.
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  • From Tracker1@VERT/TRN to Dumas Walker on Thu Jan 13 07:12:20 2022
    On 1/9/22 09:12, Dumas Walker wrote:
    Isn't that how many elections are ran worldwide?

    People voting for candidates they dislike because they want to keep the other
    candidate away, no matter the cost?

    Overall, yes, but I think it was really prevalent then. I know a lot of folks who did that. I usually vote third-party when in that situation, but she even drove me to Trump.

    In 2020, despite Trump rubbing folks the wrong way, I thought he was the better candidate vs. someone I suspected might be senile. If Trump had
    been running against, say, Tulsi Gabbard, the choice might not have been so easy.

    In 2020, Trump never had the votes of the hard-core Democrats, but I think
    he also lost votes from folks who chose him as the lesser of two evils in 2016. Why they would think Biden was better, I don't know, but I think it was just because he "wasn't Trump" and they were either tired of listening
    to Trump all the time and/or thought Joe would at least not be in the news
    as much.

    If Trump hadn't spent so much time badmouthing elections as rigged
    before the election, he probably would have won. How many people did
    he, himself disenfranchise from voting? A positive campaign would have
    worked better against the basement strategy Biden's side was using.
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Tracker1 on Thu Jan 13 23:53:54 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: Tracker1 to MRO on Thu Jan 13 2022 06:58 am

    On 1/8/22 07:17, MRO wrote:

    biden is the perfect puppet. i am sure they are pumping him with a drug cocktail to keep him alive.

    He's perfectly, okay mostly... alright somewhat coherent for about 3-4
    hours a day. Isn't that enough? Just because some *OTHER* presidents worked 16+ hour days most of the time...
    --

    and that's when they are pumping him full of shit we never heard of.
    they probably are injecting him with the captain america super soldier serium and have a voodoo witchdoctor on hand just to keep him awake from 9am to 5pm
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Tracker1 on Thu Jan 13 23:54:36 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: Tracker1 to Dumas Walker on Thu Jan 13 2022 07:08 am


    I have a sister that met her a couple of times when she was First Lady. She very much liked her, may still, but she is in the minority for sure.

    Should talk to someone that worked there at the time sometime... she was just plain nasty to most of the staff, and especially the
    military/security present.

    i heard she threw water at an aid's face.
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Tracker1 on Thu Jan 13 23:55:40 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: Tracker1 to Dumas Walker on Thu Jan 13 2022 07:12 am

    If Trump hadn't spent so much time badmouthing elections as rigged
    before the election, he probably would have won. How many people did
    he, himself disenfranchise from voting? A positive campaign would have worked better against the basement strategy Biden's side was using.
    --

    yeah but he won with a negative campaign last time so he was trying to do it again. he shouldnt have, though. he should have adjusted instead of trolling his way to a win again.
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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to TRACKER1 on Fri Jan 14 16:50:00 2022
    I have a sister that met her a couple of times when she was First Lady.
    She very much liked her, may still, but she is in the minority for sure.

    Should talk to someone that worked there at the time sometime... she was
    just plain nasty to most of the staff, and especially the
    military/security present.

    Do you remember when people were concerned because of all of the turnover
    in the Trump administration? That it must be a sign that he is mean and
    nasty and impossible to work with?

    Odd that no one brings up the turnover in the Vice President's office over
    the past 2 or 3 months.


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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to TRACKER1 on Fri Jan 14 16:52:00 2022
    If Trump hadn't spent so much time badmouthing elections as rigged
    before the election, he probably would have won. How many people did
    he, himself disenfranchise from voting? A positive campaign would have worked better against the basement strategy Biden's side was using.

    No kidding. Politicians have a history of complaining after elections but doing so before one just makes people suspicious.


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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to Tracker1 on Sat Jan 15 10:45:00 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: Tracker1 to Basschestra on Thu Jan 13 2022 06:56 am

    On 1/7/22 21:20, Basschestra wrote:
    Why tho?
    I mean President should be representing his/her country and should not be dumb. I know from history of my country that dumb presidents are useless. BTW I think that President should be politically neutral.

    There is no such thing as politically neutral. Animosity or apathy
    maybe... but that's only until it affects you.
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    The USA is such a large country a president "of the people" that represents everybody is a tough order to fill. The best interests of people in rural areas is not the same for people in densely populated areas. Even woithout diving into party affiliations, status such as where people live and what resources they have available can be diverse enough to make it hard to please everyone. While that is why we have regional representatives, people would prefer national policy would also weigh in their favor.

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  • From Dr. What@VERT/DMINE to Dumas Walker on Sun Jan 16 10:07:00 2022
    Dumas Walker wrote to TRACKER1 <=-

    Do you remember when people were concerned because of all of the
    turnover in the Trump administration? That it must be a sign that he
    is mean and nasty and impossible to work with?

    Odd that no one brings up the turnover in the Vice President's office
    over the past 2 or 3 months.

    Lefties always are "Rules for thee, but not for me."


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  • From MATTHEW MUNSON@VERT/IUTOPIA to HUSTLER on Sat Jan 15 18:35:00 2022
    HUSTLER wrote to ALL <=-

    @MSGID: <61D7B965.8343.dove-deb@pharcyde.org>
    @TZ: 4168

    Donald Trump for President 2024! Let's GO!

    I would hope for Governor De Santis. He could be the first president of . Italian heritage.



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  • From Tracker1@VERT/TRN to Dumas Walker on Fri Jan 21 17:12:06 2022
    On 1/14/22 14:52, Dumas Walker wrote:
    If Trump hadn't spent so much time badmouthing elections as rigged
    before the election, he probably would have won. How many people did
    he, himself disenfranchise from voting? A positive campaign would have
    worked better against the basement strategy Biden's side was using.

    No kidding. Politicians have a history of complaining after elections but doing so before one just makes people suspicious.

    Funnier still, is now Biden is doing it... calling the next election's
    results "questionable" ... and everyone around him is like *nooooo* in
    slow motion.

    Of course, half the RNC candidates plan to get elected and just coast or
    sit there for a couple years instead of even trying to get anything done.

    Personally, I think the congress critters would be better served by introducing a bunch of popular single-issue bills that would be very
    hard to argue against by themselves.
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  • From Tracker1@VERT/TRN to Dumas Walker on Fri Jan 21 17:13:42 2022
    On 1/14/22 14:50, Dumas Walker wrote:
    I have a sister that met her a couple of times when she was First Lady.
    She very much liked her, may still, but she is in the minority for sure.

    Should talk to someone that worked there at the time sometime... she was
    just plain nasty to most of the staff, and especially the
    military/security present.

    Do you remember when people were concerned because of all of the turnover
    in the Trump administration? That it must be a sign that he is mean and nasty and impossible to work with?

    Odd that no one brings up the turnover in the Vice President's office over the past 2 or 3 months.

    Babylon Bee has had a couple good videos on the subject iirc.
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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to TRACKER1 on Sat Jan 22 11:00:00 2022
    If Trump hadn't spent so much time badmouthing elections as rigged
    before the election, he probably would have won. How many people did
    he, himself disenfranchise from voting? A positive campaign would have
    worked better against the basement strategy Biden's side was using.

    No kidding. Politicians have a history of complaining after elections but doing so before one just makes people suspicious.

    Funnier still, is now Biden is doing it... calling the next election's results "questionable" ... and everyone around him is like *nooooo* in
    slow motion.

    He is an idiot, but he probably knows that some of his followers will
    indeed eat that up. Although I hope not, if the Democrats manage to hang
    on to Congress, are the results still "questionable"?

    Of course, half the RNC candidates plan to get elected and just coast or
    sit there for a couple years instead of even trying to get anything done.

    They'd better do something. Doing nothing won't get them elected to begin with... although I also said that about Joe Biden and look what happened.

    Personally, I think the congress critters would be better served by introducing a bunch of popular single-issue bills that would be very
    hard to argue against by themselves.

    For the life of me I cannot figure out why they have not. It is like they *want* to add crap to a bill each time, knowing that either the other side
    will have to vote "yes" to get the good parts, or knowing that there is no
    way the other side will vote for them to begin with.


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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to TRACKER1 on Sat Jan 22 11:01:00 2022
    Do you remember when people were concerned because of all of the turnover in the Trump administration? That it must be a sign that he is mean and nasty and impossible to work with?

    Odd that no one brings up the turnover in the Vice President's office over the past 2 or 3 months.

    Babylon Bee has had a couple good videos on the subject iirc.

    Yes. People don't take them seriously because they are a satirical site,
    but some of their satire would not land if there was not some truth to it.


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  • From JIMMY ANDERSON@VERT/OTHETA to DUMAS WALKER on Sat Jan 22 11:08:00 2022
    DUMAS WALKER wrote to TRACKER1 <=-


    Babylon Bee has had a couple good videos on the subject iirc.

    Yes. People don't take them seriously because they are a satirical
    site, but some of their satire would not land if there was not some
    truth to it.

    I very much enjoy their stuff for the satire. But I will also say that the recent video of the guy talking about the 'incresed gun control' REALLY
    really hit all the correct beats and points. :-)

    https://youtu.be/L138n7AXCD8



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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Dumas Walker on Sat Jan 22 15:21:48 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: Dumas Walker to TRACKER1 on Sat Jan 22 2022 11:00 am

    No kidding. Politicians have a history of complaining after elections but doing so before one just makes people suspicious.

    Funnier still, is now Biden is doing it... calling the next election's results "questionable" ... and everyone around him is like *nooooo* in slow motion.



    it's just scarey to watch joe biden. dude is a corpse.
    he's a corpse that is a puppet.

    what the fuck happened to this country.
    fucking pathetic. i want putin to be our president. invade us now please.
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Dumas Walker on Sat Jan 22 15:22:08 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: Dumas Walker to TRACKER1 on Sat Jan 22 2022 11:01 am

    Babylon Bee has had a couple good videos on the subject iirc.

    Yes. People don't take them seriously because they are a satirical site, but some of their satire would not land if there was not some truth to it.


    they have a factual and satirical site.
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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to MRO on Sat Jan 22 21:50:52 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: MRO to Dumas Walker on Sat Jan 22 2022 03:21 pm

    No kidding. Politicians have a history of complaining after
    elections but doing so before one just makes people suspicious.

    Funnier still, is now Biden is doing it... calling the next
    election's results "questionable" ... and everyone around him is
    like *nooooo* in slow motion.



    it's just scarey to watch joe biden. dude is a corpse.
    he's a corpse that is a puppet.

    The fucker mumbles, talks through his nose, and Blames all his screwups on Trump.
    Joe is a loser.
    I tried to listen to his pathetic speech the other day at work but after 10 minutes I had to switch to my Rock play list.



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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Denn on Sun Jan 23 00:42:00 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: Denn to MRO on Sat Jan 22 2022 09:50 pm


    it's just scarey to watch joe biden. dude is a corpse.
    he's a corpse that is a puppet.

    The fucker mumbles, talks through his nose, and Blames all his screwups on Trump.
    Joe is a loser.
    I tried to listen to his pathetic speech the other day at work but after 10 minutes I had to switch to my Rock play list.




    the poor guy just wants to go to bed. let him go to bed and rest.
    so they gave him the participation trophy by cheating him into the whitehouse. whatever. have someone else take his fucking place.

    then they are saying he's running next time. yeah fucking right.
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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to MRO on Sun Jan 23 10:29:00 2022
    Babylon Bee has had a couple good videos on the subject iirc.

    Yes. People don't take them seriously because they are a satirical site, but some of their satire would not land if there was not some truth to it.


    they have a factual and satirical site.

    The people who don't like what they say on the factual site use the
    satirical site to downplay whatever they say as "a joke."


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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to MRO on Mon Jan 24 00:18:20 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: MRO to Denn on Sun Jan 23 2022 12:42 am

    it's just scarey to watch joe biden. dude is a corpse.
    he's a corpse that is a puppet.

    The fucker mumbles, talks through his nose, and Blames all his
    screwups on Trump.
    Joe is a loser.
    I tried to listen to his pathetic speech the other day at work but
    after 10 minutes I had to switch to my Rock play list.

    the poor guy just wants to go to bed. let him go to bed and rest.
    so they gave him the participation trophy by cheating him into the whitehouse. whatever. have someone else take his fucking place.

    all the leftist politians try to say they didn't cheat but they sure fought hard to keep from checking the ballots in the swing states where all the things were happening like not letting the republican observers in to watch the counting, the videos of trucks showing up after counting was supossed to stop.
    Dead people voting, unsigned votes being counted.
    But I blame Republicans for not doing anything to make sure the voting would be fair way before the elections.

    I think Joe takes a nap at 1:00 PM everyday.



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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Denn on Mon Jan 24 13:23:51 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: Denn to MRO on Mon Jan 24 2022 12:18 am

    But I blame Republicans for not doing anything to make sure the voting would be fair way before the elections.

    trump wasnt really a republican; they hated him. he exposed how they are on the take from pharmacutical companies. he was an outsider. dems and republicans grow up together and work together. then they had this loud mouth outsider who is a fucking force of nature doing things nobody has been able to do before.

    i think they wanted trump to lose also.

    now trumps been picking off his enemies one by one since he lost. he didnt take a vacation. he's been working to get all those people out of office.

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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to MRO on Mon Jan 24 23:23:27 2022
    Re: Re: TRUMP
    By: MRO to Denn on Mon Jan 24 2022 01:23 pm

    But I blame Republicans for not doing anything to make sure the voting
    would be fair way before the elections.

    trump wasnt really a republican; they hated him. he exposed how they are on the take from pharmacutical companies. he was an outsider. dems and republicans grow up together and work together. then they had this loud mouth outsider who is a fucking force of nature doing things nobody has been able to do before.

    I agree, and I didn't mean Trump :) certainly Mitch McConnel is a gutless turd.
    Ted Cruz is a fighter and there are a few but the majority of Republicans just roll over.

    i think they wanted trump to lose also.

    now trumps been picking off his enemies one by one since he lost. he didnt take a vacation. he's been working to get all those people out of office.

    Hopefully the Dems will lose the house and Senate and get some new blood in there that hasn't been corrupted.

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  • From Tracker1@VERT/TRN to Dumas Walker on Thu Jan 27 14:43:15 2022
    On 1/22/22 09:00, Dumas Walker wrote:
    Personally, I think the congress critters would be better served by
    introducing a bunch of popular single-issue bills that would be very
    hard to argue against by themselves.

    For the life of me I cannot figure out why they have not. It is like
    they *want* to add crap to a bill each time, knowing that either the
    other side will have to vote "yes" to get the good parts, or knowing
    that there is no way the other side will vote for them to begin with.

    Yeah, it doesn't make much sense at all. Especially with the likes of
    Sinema and Manchin focused solely on their future career prospects. Not
    that I'm completely opposed to gridlock... I think it's a point in time
    where getting nothing done won't fly and smaller single-issue bills will
    be the only way to get anything through in the end.

    I'm pretty Libertarian, so not much in favor of most things, but being pragmatic, I don't want to see more divisive escalation, as the gridlock exceeds all expectations and beyond this, the elites and lobbyists are
    still getting what they want.
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  • From Tracker1@VERT/TRN to Dumas Walker on Thu Jan 27 14:44:47 2022
    On 1/22/22 09:01, Dumas Walker wrote:

    Babylon Bee has had a couple good videos on the subject iirc.

    Yes. People don't take them seriously because they are a satirical
    site, but some of their satire would not land if there was not some
    truth to it.

    I'm amazed at how much of their content lands as factual in the end.
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