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  • in reply to: PSA: Please don’t inject disinfectant into your lungs #46012
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    Now he says he sarcastically asked the question to test to see what the media’s response would be.

    “I know, tens of thousands of people have died from the pandemic, but wouldn’t it be funny to f$&k with the media?”

    #25thAmendment

    in reply to: PSA: Please don’t inject disinfectant into your lungs #45968
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    Un-f-ing-believable. And dangerous.

    And yet there are still his supporters that think he’s doing a great job and will continue to stand by him for the way he shakes things up and speaks his mind.

    If this doesn’t get everyone thinking about the man’s competencies then nothing will.

    Dr. Birx is also complicit in his dangerous words by choosing to sit silently by and do nothing but blink her disbelieving eyes.

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    in reply to: Trump says he has “Total Authority” #45797
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    He is so full of sh!t. Last night he claimed all the governors who had chosen to enact measures to combat the spread of the virus, like shelter in place policies, did so with his approval. He had absolutely nothing to do with their implementing measures, instead saying he was just a “cheerleader”, effectively removing himself from the decision process. Now he wants to put the pompoms aside and get credit for opening the country back up?

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    Wasn’t there a contingent on this board that alleged that Obama had king-like aspirations? Where’s the similar outrage when the current president actually does?

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    in reply to: This is Trump’s Katrina #45055
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    Except for the part where he takes no responsibility for the slow response in getting testing kits available. What kind of leader would say something like that. He’s the leader and he cannot even bring himself to accept responsibility for anything.

    He pussyfooted around because he feared testing would result in more cases and would affect his re-election chances. He’s only in this for himself folks.

    in reply to: Biden wins 2nd Super Tuesday, on track for nomination #44866
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    “What do we want?” “A REVOLUTION!”

    “When do we want it?” “Uh, not this year”

    in reply to: You really do not want to nominate Joe Biden #44840
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    Regardless which candidate ends up with the nomination, the #1 focus will be on voting out the current sh!tshow in the white house, and the chances of that happening improve dramatically by the supporters of either of the losing candidate to get on board with the nominee to make it happen.

    Biden’s my choice, but he or Sanders would be a huge step in the direction of repairing the damage done by the current administration and if Sanders doesn’t get the nomination us Biden supporters can only hope ALL of his supporters can put aside the disappointment of the ending of the Sanders revolution to lend your support to Biden.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 4 weeks ago by bookemdono.
    in reply to: You really do not want to nominate Joe Biden #44835
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    A video link posted early on in this thread has been tagged as manipulated media designed to deceive people.

    Looks like it worked.

    https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/2020-03-09-twitter-labels-trump-retweet-manipulated-media.html

    in reply to: WARREN: PEACE OUT #44720
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    I agree with you about Klobuchar, and it would be a solid ticket if Biden picks her as his running mate.

    Cory Booker is another who inexplicably failed to gain much traction during his campaign, and would be another who should gain some consideration for VP, though not as much as Klobuchar.

    • This reply was modified 3 months ago by bookemdono.
    in reply to: WARREN: PEACE OUT #44716
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    You can probably take Marianne Williamson out of the group, but any of the others would be preferable than what we have now, which should tell you how little regard I hold for the current WH occupant.

    in reply to: WARREN: PEACE OUT #44710
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    In comparison to what we currently have? All of them.

    in reply to: Bloomberg is out #44687
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    Ironic that Bloomberg now says Biden has the best shot to defeat Trump, yet his presence in the race only helped Sanders. Had he dropped out before yesterday Biden would likely have taken California too. Bloomberg captured over 425,000 of the votes and so far the gap between Sanders and Biden is 250,000.

    With the field narrowing and Biden’s big day yesterday will there be pressure on Sanders to step aside sooner rather than later?

    • This reply was modified 3 months ago by bookemdono.
    in reply to: Super Tuesday Predictions #44675
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    Hopefully the odds of the bernie supporters jumping on the biden bandwagon are better than that.

    in reply to: Why Bernie Sanders Matters More Than People Think #44652
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    If he gets the nomination who are the likely targets to be his running mate?

    Will that person be capable of continuing any progress Sanders would make if he became president?

    in reply to: Biden still alive in race? #44590
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    There’s talk in the media this morning that it would serve Biden well if he were to announce who he’d plan to have as part of his cabinet. There was mention of Kamala Harris or Stacey Abrams as his vp or Harris as his pick for attorney general. On the other hand, if Sanders were to do this who would he pick that would strengthen his ticket? Should he actually become president, Who would he pick, or who stands in his shadow, to follow up his agenda? To me he seems like a bit of a lone wolf in his candidacy and its hard, given his age, to see him succeeding beyond a single term. If he did last only 1 term, then what? Does the Bernie Sanders movement end or is there anyone notable able and capable to continue his agenda or would it be a case of one and done and we’re left to “start over” once again?

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