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Smoking Guns
 Rep: 329 

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Smoking Guns wrote:

Lol, another sweeping investigation... this shit is going to win Trump another term. The more they try to remove trump on this shit vs. policy, the less chance they have to win. Makes the dems look so pathetic.

Randall Flagg
 Rep: 129 

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Smoking Guns wrote:

Lol, another sweeping investigation... this shit is going to win Trump another term. The more they try to remove trump on this shit vs. policy, the less chance they have to win. Makes the dems look so pathetic.


I obviously agree with you. All the bitching of what a travesty Benghazi hearings were (and they were, but the Obama administration lied after 4 Americans were killed, so at least there’s that), and they’ve turned it into a complete circus. Now 2020 candidates are discussing removing the filibuster so they can ram rod legislation through. It’s like the Democrats never learn from past experience.

I’ve very excited about Andrew Yang, but he’s not a complete tool, so he’ll never make it to the primary debates.

It’s like they’re unaware the far left shit doesn’t sell outside of social media. And the GND is an absolute joke that would cost more than the global GDP for a year.

I didn’t vote for Trump last time, but given a choice between him and a Harris or a Warren, and it’s not a hard choice to make.

PaSnow
 Rep: 205 

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PaSnow wrote:

^^ I agree it's likely a bit much but GOP was awful to never investigate the Comey firing. Had obstruction written all over it & Rosenstein & FBI were considering 25th Ammendment/removal from office. Yet GOP committee's didn't wanna look into it, at all, aside from that fluff shit they put out.

PaSnow
 Rep: 205 

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PaSnow wrote:
Smoking Guns wrote:

Sanders or Biden I think right now have the best shot.

80 & 80er haha

mitchejw
 Rep: 128 

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mitchejw wrote:
Randall Flagg wrote:
Smoking Guns wrote:

Lol, another sweeping investigation... this shit is going to win Trump another term. The more they try to remove trump on this shit vs. policy, the less chance they have to win. Makes the dems look so pathetic.


I obviously agree with you. All the bitching of what a travesty Benghazi hearings were (and they were, but the Obama administration lied after 4 Americans were killed, so at least there’s that), and they’ve turned it into a complete circus. Now 2020 candidates are discussing removing the filibuster so they can ram rod legislation through. It’s like the Democrats never learn from past experience.

I’ve very excited about Andrew Yang, but he’s not a complete tool, so he’ll never make it to the primary debates.

It’s like they’re unaware the far left shit doesn’t sell outside of social media. And the GND is an absolute joke that would cost more than the global GDP for a year.

I didn’t vote for Trump last time, but given a choice between him and a Harris or a Warren, and it’s not a hard choice to make.

Trump didn’t win the popular vote....so he didn’t really win on policy did he?

Seems like you keep forgetting this....so I’ll be happy to remind you.

slcpunk
 Rep: 149 

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slcpunk wrote:
Smoking Guns wrote:

Lol, another sweeping investigation... this shit is going to win Trump another term. The more they try to remove trump on this shit vs. policy, the less chance they have to win. Makes the dems look so pathetic.

So only the Dems are investigating Trump?


Randall Flagg wrote:

I didn’t vote for Trump last time, but given a choice between him and a Harris or a Warren, and it’s not a hard choice to make.

Vote for the racist traitor whose had a half a dozen indictments and prison time for his administration in the first two years of his presidency, and is facing multiple felonies for various frauds or...vote for a female democrat.

Tough choice, I know.

You're both out to lunch.

slcpunk
 Rep: 149 

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slcpunk wrote:
mitchejw wrote:

Seems like you keep forgetting this....so I’ll be happy to remind you.

Willfully ignorant is a republican trait for sure.

mitchejw
 Rep: 128 

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mitchejw wrote:
slcpunk wrote:
mitchejw wrote:

Seems like you keep forgetting this....so I’ll be happy to remind you.

Willfully ignorant is a republican trait for sure.

In RF’s world, the team with less points the end of the game should win.

Or if there aren’t rules to support that idea, they should be implemented immediately.

mitchejw
 Rep: 128 

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mitchejw wrote:

Anyone else find it hypocritical of Alabama to now be asking for FEMA money but be so anti-socialism and anti-government?

Just another instance of ‘its ok for me when i need it but nobody else should receive this.’

Smoking Guns
 Rep: 329 

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Smoking Guns wrote:
mitchejw wrote:

Anyone else find it hypocritical of Alabama to now be asking for FEMA money but be so anti-socialism and anti-government?

Just another instance of ‘its ok for me when i need it but nobody else should receive this.’


23 people died, some of them children, and you bring up this horse shit? Get Fucked. This ws the strongest Tornado in the us since 2017.

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