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  1. Face it DR. You're just not as sophisticated, unformed, and educated as he is. He thinks you're, you're, you're just poopie face!
  2. When she does eventually pass, it will be interesting to see how the media treats her passing as compared to that of Anton Scalia.
  3. Well he did start out his patriotic parade by talking at length about his Navy veteran father - did you know he was a survivor of the Bataan Death march? You might also not know that Fitzpatrick went to Harvard!
  4. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Hold on a minute. What’s so special about debt from student loans? Progressives, think more boldly. Why stop with student loan debt forgiveness? What about mortgage loans, and car loans, and credit card debt? Why should any American be burdened with paying for things they want?
  5. Yes, and don’t send this trash over to PPP either.
  6. The “pressure” she’s feeling is to declare her candidacy so she gets protected from any scrutiny under the newly-minted “Biden Rule.” Can’t investigate a Democrat that’s running for office.
  7. Trolls doing Putin’s bidding by sowing rancorous lies about the President. They push sedition at every turn and revel in disingenuous name calling and unverified allegations and accusations. They dont love America and want to hasten our culture and country’s demise.
  8. Here's video proof of the "whistleblower and his backup." They're very effective and coordinated. Trump can't survive this!
  9. This is the best I could do in the absence of the local DACA supporters... It's an eloquent speech that articulates the issues clearly and directly refutes your position that a contemporary POTUS should be able to rescind a memo of a previous President's subordinate. Not only that, but there's a fine summation at the end by an early MSM/Politico operative that couches the arguments of the speaker in a manner that the general populace can understand.
  10. Well, 1988 was pretty weak: Michael Dukakis, Jessie Jackson, Al Gore, Paul Simon (not that Paul Simon), Dick Gephardt, and Gary Hart. 1972 was a bit better but quite an eclectic mix of: George McGovern, Hubert Humphrey, George Wallace, Edmund Muskie, and Shirley Chisholm. 1992 brought us Bill Clinton, Jerry Brown, Paul Tsongas, Tom Harkin, and Bob Kerrey. Eyeing and "Ready to Report for duty," taking a page from John Kerry no doubt.
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