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13 hours ago, tantra129 said:

for every LP's there are a thousand Q's.

 

On the actual topic we are discussing, Biden said after his speech in Wilmington on Tuesday that he will choose his vice presidential running mate next week. Who would be a good running mate for Biden? My choice would be Susan Rice followed by Val Demings. I think Susan Rice is the most qualified but might the most polarizing figure. I would like Val Demings as a choice. Politico has a list featuring possible candidates.

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1. "in the western world" reality is a matter of convenience?! Whatever this means...    But, the reality remains: the facts, some of which are rules made by humans, like the US constitution, and 50-s

¡Santa Madre de Dios! Why on earth would anybody read an opinion article by Timothy P. Carney on the Washington Examiner bashing Joe Biden? This opinion comes from the same person that wrote the book:

Former President Barack Obama delivered a rousing eulogy celebrating Lewis' life. "He, as much as anyone in our history, brought this country a little bit closer to our highest ideals," Mr. Obama said.

Consider it a lesson in leadership and human values. Topic is locked to keep out trolling (we'll deal with all the exotic trolls in these forums in the coming days).

 

 

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Good to see that Biden is standing up to Trump's fear mongering strategy and pushing for violence. Good speech by Biden. He made his points and slammed Trump for his 'all I care is about me' approach to governing.

 

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Dang! I missed the 5th anniversary of Obama's tan suit scandal. Remember when Fox News and Republicans thought it was "shocking" and that Obama lacked seriousness?  Those were the good ol' days.

So, Biden has mental decline? Sleepy? He's got lots more mental acuity than Trump, who tweeted that it was fake news (nobody had reported it) that he checked into hospital for mini strokes.  Then yesterday, he said Biden must be on some brain drug and he should be tested before the debate.  He's coming unhinged.

Of course, those in his cult will believe anything he says. They're also in mental decline. They've forgotten that he called COVID19 "a hoax"!! And, even after he acknowledged it, he kept contradicting the experts, some of which were of his own choosing, like Dr. Fauci, who now is hiding after receiving death threats from the Trumpistas.

Did you know that, so far, more cops have died of COVID19 than other causes combined? More deaths than 9/11 too.

What? they're not being gunned down by black criminals?...

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Well, sleepy, possibly senile Joe will debate the very stable genius Trump tomorrow, Tue, Spt 29th.*

It'll be a slaughter.* I mean, Trump, as he said, he's preparing for the debates by ..being president.

What could possibly derail this?* Is there anything in the news lately?... *

Will you be watching?

 

 

*I'm being sarcastic (just in case you didn't notice)

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With Trump not committing to a peaceful transfer of power, Fareed Zakaria presents a scary scenario of how Republicans might hold on to power. In Pennsylvania (where I vote) it seems that Republicans are actually working towards making this happen.

I have to admit that I do fear for Democracy in this country. Republicans have shown time and again that they don't believe in it, do not respect political norms, and they will pull out all the stops in order to hang on to power.

All I can say is: vote as if your life depends on it!

It really does!

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In a disgraceful debate - courtesy of the Orange Orangutan Donald J. Trump - the Asshole in Chief and the Republicans have laid out in plain view their plans of hijacking democracy. In my previous post, Fareed Zakaria outlines their plan - their only plan in hanging on to power to the detriment of the wish of the People of this country.

In case you missed it - just be ready for the most ugly debate you have ever seen.

 

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To prepare voters for potential voter intimidation, Georgetown University Law Center created fact sheets for all 50 states on illegal militias and what to do if voters encounter them.

From the website:

ICAP has created fact sheets for all 50 states explaining the laws barring unauthorized private militia groups and what to do if groups of armed individuals are near a polling place or voter registration drive. Select a state from the menu below to view the corresponding fact sheet.

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It seems that Biden will be the next president of the US, with 6-8 million more votes than Trump, nationally, and a comfortable Electoral Vote margin. Trump, true to his nature, is attacking our democratic institutions with baseless accusations. In 2016 he told a big lie that he also won the popular vote (H.R. Clinton did), which was another attack on the legitimacy of our elections. It's befitting him that he's going to be shamed and laughed out of town. Unfortunately, it'll be a s**t show for a couple months, but at least this national nightmare will be over.

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Unfortunately, it'll be a s**t show for a couple months, but at least this national nightmare will be over.

Of course it all starts with Fox News, the disgraced orange man's propaganda network.

 

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Fortunately, yes, as you said, this national nightmare will soon be over (well, in some 75 very painful days).

WI, MI, PA established voting rules under Republican leadership. GA's gov, secy of State and legislature all Repubs. Repubs won seats in the House and Senate, which doesn't make sense if Dems were cooking the votes. This clown at the WH claims that the universe is out to get him.  In my mind, it's a question about citizenship and patriotism to all those who have supported Trump and now are empowering him instead of telling him to stop his dangerous nonsense. Do they hold allegiance to the constitution, to our democracy, and our American ideals of a peaceful transfer of power, or to the "dear leader"?

What a sore loser!

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I am a Bernie Sanders supporter first hand, even though he didn't win the Democratic nomination, I am so happy Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump so that America will be back to respectability. 

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