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1 minute ago, Bob in Mich said:

 

I hope if they take down the border wall they store it in sections for the next Republican administration.  Sort of like snow fence is stored over the summer.

 

Dear Diary: what a surreal day.  Bob said something that wasn't completely stupid...

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11 minutes ago, Taro T said:

 

A few years back, a similar situation happened in NJ.  The Dems just changed the rules and ended up with a different guy that wasn't supposed to be on the ballot winning.

 

after 1968 they came up with some party rules that got them McGovern and Carter and Mondale and Dukakis....  well done kiddos!!

 

you can add others since 1968 that you feel were totally incompetent, but my list ends with what I've said....

 

 

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25 minutes ago, Deranged Rhino said:

Pete Buttigieg is a Lying MF has been trending all morning :lol: 

 


This thread:
 

 

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Correct. 
 

https://mobile.twitter.com/mtracey/status/1199506742775832577

 

Joe’s track record on foreign policy is clear. He’s been wrong on every single call. Every one. In fact, he’s like Costanza in the “opposite” episode, if he just did the opposite of his instinct, he’d be winning (legit) Nobels. 

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On 11/26/2019 at 11:38 AM, Deranged Rhino said:

Pete Buttigieg is a Lying MF has been trending all morning :lol: 

 

 

Instead of "lying MF", why not just use the synonym... Democrat.

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Mayor Pete’s Rainbow Army

by Paul Kengor

 

Original Article

 

A friend informs me of a young lady from his hometown and home church. Valedictorian of her classical Christian high school, she was a solid evangelical raised in an evangelical home, an evangelical church, and by evangelical parents.

 

“Guess what she did for break?,” my friend asks me. “She headed to Iowa to volunteer for Pete Buttigieg’s presidential campaign.”

 

Why anyone would think that Pete Buttigieg is qualified to be president is a mystery. An even greater mystery would be why a conservative evangelical girl would spend her college break knocking on doors for a cultural radical to be president of the United States.

 

Actually, it’s no mystery. The answer is right in front of you: she’s in college.

 

This promising young lady went to an elite university in the northeast. End of story. In no time, Hillary-like, she was fundamentally transformed — fully converted from Bible-believing evangelical to LGBTQ-crusading leftist. It took only two or three semesters. That’s no surprise. That’s the job of these colleges, after all. That’s what they do. From day one, orientation day, when your son or daughter is asked which gender pronoun he or she prefers, young Americans are overwhelmed with obsessive, unrestrained, unhinged identity ideology. They are force-fed a nonstop toxic diet of race, gender, and sexual identity.

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Wow, this is some spin! Shorter version? Spartacus is done.

 

Super PAC backing Cory Booker’s presidential bid shuts down
 

A super PAC formed to support Cory Booker’s Democratic presidential campaign is shutting down.
 

The group’s founder, San Francisco lawyer Steve Phillips, indicated in a news release Wednesday that Dream United had struggled to raise money. Booker, a New Jersey senator, has publicly disavowed support from super PACs, which aren’t required to disclose their donors publicly.
 

Phillips, a former college classmate of Booker’s, said that it became clear while trying to fundraise for Dream United “that the donor community is strictly adhering to Senator Booker’s publicly articulated wishes that he does not welcome independent support.” The group raised a little over $1.1 million during the first six months of the year, far short of Phillips’ stated $10 million goal.

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4 minutes ago, Buffalo_Gal said:

Wow, this is some spin! Shorter version? Spartacus is done.

 

Super PAC backing Cory Booker’s presidential bid shuts down
 

A super PAC formed to support Cory Booker’s Democratic presidential campaign is shutting down.
 

The group’s founder, San Francisco lawyer Steve Phillips, indicated in a news release Wednesday that Dream United had struggled to raise money. Booker, a New Jersey senator, has publicly disavowed support from super PACs, which aren’t required to disclose their donors publicly.
 

Phillips, a former college classmate of Booker’s, said that it became clear while trying to fundraise for Dream United “that the donor community is strictly adhering to Senator Booker’s publicly articulated wishes that he does not welcome independent support.” The group raised a little over $1.1 million during the first six months of the year, far short of Phillips’ stated $10 million goal.

Bummer, Booker was one of my favorite candidates.  Dude was comedy gold and a walking meme machine.

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7 minutes ago, Buffalo_Gal said:

Wow, this is some spin! Shorter version? Spartacus is done.

 

Super PAC backing Cory Booker’s presidential bid shuts down
 

A super PAC formed to support Cory Booker’s Democratic presidential campaign is shutting down.
 

The group’s founder, San Francisco lawyer Steve Phillips, indicated in a news release Wednesday that Dream United had struggled to raise money. Booker, a New Jersey senator, has publicly disavowed support from super PACs, which aren’t required to disclose their donors publicly.
 

Phillips, a former college classmate of Booker’s, said that it became clear while trying to fundraise for Dream United “that the donor community is strictly adhering to Senator Booker’s publicly articulated wishes that he does not welcome independent support.” The group raised a little over $1.1 million during the first six months of the year, far short of Phillips’ stated $10 million goal.

Wow that’s some next level bull####

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Did I just see a commercial where Bloomberg is running on Giuliani's 9/11 record?  :lol:

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Thanksgiving in Erie watching Bills/Cowboys, seems like there is a Bloomberg commercial every other break.  Not just generic ads either, ads created specifically for Erie

 

According to relatives, there was a recent report that Bloomberg has already purchased like 90% of all TV political ad time on Erie TV stations up to the Pensylvania primary.

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29 minutes ago, /dev/null said:

Thanksgiving in Erie watching Bills/Cowboys, seems like there is a Bloomberg commercial every other break.  Not just generic ads either, ads created specifically for Erie

 

According to relatives, there was a recent report that Bloomberg has already purchased like 90% of all TV political ad time on Erie TV stations up to the Pensylvania primary.

 

excellent!!!

 

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3 hours ago, /dev/null said:

Thanksgiving in Erie watching Bills/Cowboys, seems like there is a Bloomberg commercial every other break.  Not just generic ads either, ads created specifically for Erie

 

According to relatives, there was a recent report that Bloomberg has already purchased like 90% of all TV political ad time on Erie TV stations up to the Pensylvania primary.

 

How many of them are about keeping big money out of politics?

3 minutes ago, B-Man said:

 

 

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I have less problem with that than I do him thinking the same about 20oz sodas and plastic straws.

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Bloomberg isn’t going to last very long once other candidates start piling on him. 

He gets surly in a “how dare you question me” kind of way. That doesn’t sit well with voters. 

 

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10 hours ago, snafu said:

Bloomberg isn’t going to last very long once other candidates start piling on him. 

He gets surly in a “how dare you question me” kind of way. That doesn’t sit well with voters. 

 

 

as McCain got into a petulant grimace and started getting real mean when questioned

 

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