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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    There are differences between the two parties that lead to great deal of dissatisfaction, if not outright unrest. The key differences between the two parties is thisÖthe Repubs may pass or attempt to pass legislation and policies that many may not like. e.g.: tax reduction and loopholes seemingly for the rich only, legislating for a huge defense budget, foreign adventures, blaming the other party for Covid issues etc. The Dems, on the other hand, may pass or attempt to pass legislation and policies that any intelligent individual can see arwe flat out wrong. Yet, they will try to pass it anyway regardless (or irregardless for those in New Jersey) of the harm it does to the country. e.g. choosing political appointees based on what they are as opposed to the best possible people for the job; stopping the pipelines that kept the US energy independent; stopping the wall just because Trump was building it; opening the southern border; making Puerto Rico and DC a state; forgiving student loan debt; extending unemployment payments and eviction bans; constant harping on voter suppression when none really exists; pretty much every time a squad member opens their mouth; blaming the other party for Covid issues etc.

    Trump did a great job because he based decisions as a business man and really didnít care about political fallout (note how many questions he took as opposed to President Crackers)ÖÖsomething we never had before. He wasnít looking to buy votes by what he did. He was looking to earn votes as a result of what he did. Biden, like almost all Dems, bases every decision as to how many votes will this bring to the party. Voting against the Dems is like voting against Santa Clause. And bear in mind that most of the American voting public is not all that swift. Pick a simple topic and go ask the ďman on the streetĒ his opinion about it. Try ďgerrymanderingĒ or ďfilibusterĒ or ďmid term elections.Ē Most wonít knowÖyet they have a vote. (We have one guy in here that doesnít know how much money he actually makes.)

    Was Trump a good president?? No, he was divisive, and that is part of the job, so he severely lacked in that area. However, his policies worked and worked well. And he put the US first at all times. We need a president with Trumpís vision but without his personality. Thereís a few Repub women that I think would fit the bill. I wonder how all the Dems that vote on identity politics would go along with a Kristi Noem/Condeleeza Rice/Nicki Haley ticket (pick any two, flip them either way. Candace Owens would also work as a VP). Would be interesting.

    And for the 2024 electionÖÖthere will be little to no change in election laws, tons of mail in balloting and rioting and violence in the streets.
    Well stated. When the Democrats try and force another stolen election in 2024 there will be hell to pay. Dems don't give a crap about anything but keeping their power and Reps are chicken **** to do anything to stop it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crovash View Post
    Your posts remain as mind-numbing as ever.
    You would need a mind before it could be numbed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by natepro View Post
    Rick ****ing Perry was in charge of our nuclear arsenal.
    Meaning what? And he was the Secretary of Energy. I don't think he could have launched the missiles. The current Sec of Energy didn't even know the daily fuel consumption if the US in a time of crisis. But she did check off an identity box I guess so there is that. As for PerryÖI guess he didn't meet with your approval. Too bad. He'll just have to liuve with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bird of Prey View Post
    Well stated. When the Democrats try and force another stolen election in 2024 there will be hell to pay. Dems don't give a crap about anything but keeping their power and Reps are chicken **** to do anything to stop it.
    If Democrats could steal elections so easilyÖ why didnít they steal the 2016 election for Hillary Clinton?

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    Quote Originally Posted by valade16 View Post
    If Democrats could steal elections so easilyÖ why didnít they steal the 2016 election for Hillary Clinton?
    They tried to pave the way awfully hard by seeing to it that no one ran against her in the primaries. Any other Dem would have beaten Trump, but Hilly had a deal. She can thank ole BO for that arrangement.

    Four years later they figured out have to do the mail in ballot angle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    They tried to pave the way awfully hard by seeing to it that no one ran against her in the primaries. Any other Dem would have beaten Trump, but Hilly had a deal. She can thank ole BO for that arrangement.

    Four years later they figured out have to do the mail in ballot angle.
    Well that isnít cheating, that is nepotism.

    To be clear: the ďangleĒ that as of yet no one has been able to find any large scale or coordinated fraud despite over 80+ investigations?

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    Trump had a Sebastian Gorka on his staff with neo-Nazi ties.
    There are three kinds of men. The one that learns by reading. The few who learn by observation. The rest of them have to pee on the electric fence for themselves.

    Will Rogers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bird of Prey View Post
    Well stated. When the Democrats try and force another stolen election in 2024 there will be hell to pay. Dems don't give a crap about anything but keeping their power and Reps are chicken **** to do anything to stop it.
    And darn diggity be damn, you and your gun are going to find a bell tower to climb.
    There are three kinds of men. The one that learns by reading. The few who learn by observation. The rest of them have to pee on the electric fence for themselves.

    Will Rogers

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    Quote Originally Posted by WES445 View Post
    And darn diggity be damn, you and your gun are going to find a bell tower to climb.
    Imagine drawing up plans and pressuring The Vice President to overturn election results and then accusing the other side of not caring about anything but keeping their powerÖ

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    Quote Originally Posted by valade16 View Post
    If Democrats could steal elections so easilyÖ why didnít they steal the 2016 election for Hillary Clinton?
    If the polls were to be believed, there wasnít anyone on the Democrat side that thought there was any possibility of her losing. I remember Mike Cernovich as being one of the very few on either side that predicted Trump would win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack the Ripper View Post
    If the polls were to be believed, there wasnít anyone on the Democrat side that thought there was any possibility of her losing. I remember Mike Cernovich as being one of the very few on either side that predicted Trump would win.
    Well thatís my point. If they could simply ship 6 million ballots (as Birds alleges) to whatever state they needed to win (or other such measures), how did Hillary lose? As soon as they saw they were losing, why didnít they ship the ballots or other things to Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack the Ripper View Post
    If the polls were to be believed, there wasnít anyone on the Democrat side that thought there was any possibility of her losing. I remember Mike Cernovich as being one of the very few on either side that predicted Trump would win.
    Ann Coulter also predicted Trump would winÖÖproviding wild hilarity to Joy Reid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valade16 View Post
    Well thatís my point. If they could simply ship 6 million ballots (as Birds alleges) to whatever state they needed to win (or other such measures), how did Hillary lose? As soon as they saw they were losing, why didnít they ship the ballots or other things to Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, etc.
    Please don't point out obvious gaps in logic! Thanks!
    Let's get embedded tweets working again!

    https://forums.prosportsdaily.com/sh...5#post33780085

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    Quote Originally Posted by valade16 View Post
    Well thatís my point. If they could simply ship 6 million ballots (as Birds alleges) to whatever state they needed to win (or other such measures), how did Hillary lose? As soon as they saw they were losing, why didnít they ship the ballots or other things to Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, etc.
    Too late? Wide-spread election fraud would take planning and preparation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncos78087 View Post
    Please don't point out obvious gaps in logic! Thanks!
    There is no logic gap here.

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