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#281 Panzermann

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Posted 19 October 2019 - 0212 AM

Hillary Clinton: Russia 'grooming' Democratic candidate

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Talking of herself? Russiaception! 


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#282 BansheeOne

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Posted 19 October 2019 - 0228 AM

I was thinking that through her actions, she is of course only promoting aforementioned political divisions, which means ... Hillary must be a Russian agent. :D

 

Of course now I want to see Gabbard become president and enact a policy of military disengagement à la Trump, just to see Republicans accusing her of damaging America's global interests and throwing US allies under the bus, while Democrats accuse her critics of being globalists who don't have American interests first on their minds. You know it would happen.


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#283 glenn239

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Posted 19 October 2019 - 0745 AM

So, if I understand this correctly, our left leaning friends were unable to detect an avalache of bullshit from the Democrats in 2016 when it was about Trump and the Russians, but as soon as Hillary springs some creepy Soviet police state shit on Gabbard, only now suddenly you can see the problem of how weirdly Revolutionary France the US Left is getting these days?  Progress!  


Edited by glenn239, 19 October 2019 - 0746 AM.

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#284 shep854

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Posted 19 October 2019 - 0755 AM

Tulsi laid the timber to Hilary!...

'Great! Thank you @HillaryClinton. You, the queen of warmongers, embodiment of corruption, and personification of the rot that has sickened the Democratic Party for so long, have finally come out from behind the curtain.'

From her tweet


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Posted 19 October 2019 - 0856 AM

Lay back and watch them butcher each other.


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#286 Panzermann

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Posted 19 October 2019 - 0923 AM

I was thinking that through her actions, she is of course only promoting aforementioned political divisions, which means ... Hillary must be a Russian agent. :D
 
Of course now I want to see Gabbard become president and enact a policy of military disengagement à la Trump, just to see Republicans accusing her of damaging America's global interests and throwing US allies under the bus, while Democrats accuse her critics of being globalists who don't have American interests first on their minds. You know it would happen.

 
The War Party is bipartisan.


 

Lay back and watch them butcher each other.


ensuring Trump reelection. Sitting POTUS have a very high reelection rate anyway, but I doubt that the DNC gets it shit together to present a candidate that uis sellable to the public and can stand against Trump. Really, because of Trump's age him dying in office and his VP taking over is more probable at the moment I think.

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#287 Jeff

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Posted 19 October 2019 - 0950 AM

Now I'm fully aware that the Russians will support any division in Western politics, but either Hillary has completely lost her shit or, as somebody suggested, she just needed some publicity for a current book tour.

Classic Clinton misdirection, it just so happens that she said that on the same day that the State Department released their report stating that she had hundreds of security violations in emailgate. Guess which one got coverage?

 

State Department report on Clinton emails finds hundreds of violations, dozens of individuals at fault


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Posted 19 October 2019 - 1033 AM

Hillary has nothing to say against Tulsi:

Hillary Clinton, Wannabe Global Dominatrix And Liberal Neocon, Plans More Stupid Wars      

 

https://www.huffpost...be-g_b_12486522


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Posted 19 October 2019 - 1815 PM

This is the best thing that could have ever happened to Tulsi. You can't buy this kind of advertising.


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Posted 19 October 2019 - 1900 PM

AOC endorses Sanders.  Will it matter?

 

Depending on the polls and reporting it appears it's become a race between Biden and Warren with Warren apparently looking good in some of the early states (which leads to some powerful snowballing in later states).  Still a lot of time for things to change, however.


Edited by Skywalkre, 19 October 2019 - 1907 PM.

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#291 Jeff

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Posted 20 October 2019 - 0944 AM

AOC endorses Sanders.  Will it matter?

 

Depending on the polls and reporting it appears it's become a race between Biden and Warren with Warren apparently looking good in some of the early states (which leads to some powerful snowballing in later states).  Still a lot of time for things to change, however.

 

No on the first part and agree on the second.


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Posted 20 October 2019 - 1249 PM

This is the best thing that could have ever happened to Tulsi. You can't buy this kind of advertising.

 

I dunno that shot of her surfing in the bikini was pretty good for me...no vote from me however.


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Posted 20 October 2019 - 1326 PM

Tulsi laid the timber to Hilary!...

'Great! Thank you @HillaryClinton. You, the queen of warmongers, embodiment of corruption, and personification of the rot that has sickened the Democratic Party for so long, have finally come out from behind the curtain.'

From her tweet

It is obvious Hillary is afraid of strong powerful women.

 

I thought Buttigieg landed a haymaker on Beto saying he was not courageous neither politically nor personally. 

I can understand that.  If you are going door to door seizing guns you should be the first one at the door and not send some others.


Edited by Mobius, 20 October 2019 - 1331 PM.

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#294 Brian Kennedy

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Posted 22 October 2019 - 2356 PM

The Dems have a pretty sh*tty lineup going into the 2020 election, actually. Biden is obviously verging on senility, Sanders is frickin' 78 years old and has health issues, and Warren will have to deal with her dumbass response to the Pocahontas stuff (plus she's 70?). Not to mention the socialism stuff, which I think Sanders is more serious about than Warren.

 

It's basically an age gap; Buttigieg is probably destined for great things but he's too young to have done very much by this point. (Beto is an airhead, the rest of them don't matter very much).

 

I voted for Obama in both elections and I'm happy that I did, but would definitely vote for a Nikki Haley-type Republican in 2020 if that remote possibility ever happened. But 2020 is probably going to be Trump vs. Warren, yay!


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#295 Rick

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Posted 23 October 2019 - 0431 AM

The Dems have a pretty sh*tty lineup going into the 2020 election, actually. Biden is obviously verging on senility, Sanders is frickin' 78 years old and has health issues, and Warren will have to deal with her dumbass response to the Pocahontas stuff (plus she's 70?). Not to mention the socialism stuff, which I think Sanders is more serious about than Warren.

 

It's basically an age gap; Buttigieg is probably destined for great things but he's too young to have done very much by this point. (Beto is an airhead, the rest of them don't matter very much).

 

I voted for Obama in both elections and I'm happy that I did, but would definitely vote for a Nikki Haley-type Republican in 2020 if that remote possibility ever happened. But 2020 is probably going to be Trump vs. Warren, yay!

"I voted for Obama in both elections and I'm happy that I did, ..." Why?


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Posted 23 October 2019 - 0656 AM

 

The Dems have a pretty sh*tty lineup going into the 2020 election, actually. Biden is obviously verging on senility, Sanders is frickin' 78 years old and has health issues, and Warren will have to deal with her dumbass response to the Pocahontas stuff (plus she's 70?). Not to mention the socialism stuff, which I think Sanders is more serious about than Warren.

 

It's basically an age gap; Buttigieg is probably destined for great things but he's too young to have done very much by this point. (Beto is an airhead, the rest of them don't matter very much).

 

I voted for Obama in both elections and I'm happy that I did, but would definitely vote for a Nikki Haley-type Republican in 2020 if that remote possibility ever happened. But 2020 is probably going to be Trump vs. Warren, yay!

"I voted for Obama in both elections and I'm happy that I did, ..." Why?

 

The chance to assuage white guilt should never be discounted.


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#297 Brian Kennedy

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Posted 23 October 2019 - 0712 AM

 

The Dems have a pretty sh*tty lineup going into the 2020 election, actually. Biden is obviously verging on senility, Sanders is frickin' 78 years old and has health issues, and Warren will have to deal with her dumbass response to the Pocahontas stuff (plus she's 70?). Not to mention the socialism stuff, which I think Sanders is more serious about than Warren.

 

It's basically an age gap; Buttigieg is probably destined for great things but he's too young to have done very much by this point. (Beto is an airhead, the rest of them don't matter very much).

 

I voted for Obama in both elections and I'm happy that I did, but would definitely vote for a Nikki Haley-type Republican in 2020 if that remote possibility ever happened. But 2020 is probably going to be Trump vs. Warren, yay!

"I voted for Obama in both elections and I'm happy that I did, ..." Why?

 

 

Because he has darker-than-average skin and I feel very guilty about being a white person.


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#298 Tim the Tank Nut

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Posted 23 October 2019 - 0726 AM

It's going to be Hillary v Trump again.

 

isn't that a scary notion?


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Posted 23 October 2019 - 1040 AM

 

 

The Dems have a pretty sh*tty lineup going into the 2020 election, actually. Biden is obviously verging on senility, Sanders is frickin' 78 years old and has health issues, and Warren will have to deal with her dumbass response to the Pocahontas stuff (plus she's 70?). Not to mention the socialism stuff, which I think Sanders is more serious about than Warren.

 

It's basically an age gap; Buttigieg is probably destined for great things but he's too young to have done very much by this point. (Beto is an airhead, the rest of them don't matter very much).

 

I voted for Obama in both elections and I'm happy that I did, but would definitely vote for a Nikki Haley-type Republican in 2020 if that remote possibility ever happened. But 2020 is probably going to be Trump vs. Warren, yay!

"I voted for Obama in both elections and I'm happy that I did, ..." Why?

 

The chance to assuage white guilt should never be discounted.

 

Virtue signaling.


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Posted 23 October 2019 - 1558 PM

Early on, I figured Harris/Booker would be the Chosen for the Dems, but they seem to have stumbled too early.


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