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Rich wrote:Well my preferences at the moment are Yang first, Bernie second and Warren last. What do people think about Klobuchar, I think I might prefer her over Trump. She seems to have been fairly good on Yemen, but not as good as Bernie.
Harley wrote:I hear the role of Emmet "Doc" Brown from "Back To The Future" was written with Bernie Sanders in mind.
jimjam wrote:The American Civil War never really ended, though. We have just had a 155 year truce.
jimjam wrote:In a fair fight impeached president Trump would be toast. In a world of rational, honest debate he would be toast. But gerrymander, voter suppression, the constant pounding of Fox disinformation (acting like Pravda), the cynical manipulation of social media and the internet, and the likely repeat of Russian help to elevate their friend and merchant of distraction ... it is daunting and the possibility of failing is frightening.
Democrats are not wired for an unfair fight, yet.
redcarpet wrote:The latest of his Tweet-a-trash is geography (AGAIN);
He barely, if at all, knows where he is, or can't concentrate (remember that 4 hour practise of testifying to Muller in which he could only answer 2 QUESTIONS, in 4 hours? YEAH!) to whatever you pick.
Even if he's not buzzing he's getting too old and incoherent to focus. He doesn't read, wants 1-page with big pictures and then goes golfing or watching FX & Friends. Pathetic
Harley wrote:Kinda' like when Obama said he'd visited 57 States or when Biden, standing in New Hampshire, said "I love it here. What's not to like about Vermont?"
Gaffes happen. Assigning any weight to them is sort of silly.
redcarpet wrote:He gaffes more often than most politicians. Say once -3 times a week. True, not in every speech or tweet, but often enough to disqualify him for a voter with a brain. Indeed I thought of that example with Obama, remember the OUTRAGE?
Where is the outrage by Republican-base voters? Are they flooding Twitter or his emails with hate mail? No.
Far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has said that Donald Trump is being "covertly drugged" with small amounts of sedative in his drinks.
In a video posted to his website Infowars.com, the radio presenter said the US president had been fed tranquilisers for around two months and they were making his speech slur.
Mr Jones cited sources close to the President, but he did not provide any evidence for the claim.
“It's known that most presidents end up getting drugged," he said. "Small dosages of sedatives till they build it up. Trump's such a bull he hasn't fully understood it yet.”
“But I've talked to people, multiple ones, and they believe that they are putting a slow sedative that they're building up that's also addictive in his Diet Cokes and in his iced tea and that the president by six or seven at night is basically slurring his words and is drugged."
Godstud wrote:Obama didn't lie or make a false statement whenever he opened his mouth. You cannot compare Trump to Obama, in any way. Trump's a demagogue who appeals to the lowest common denominator
Godstud wrote:Trump's a demagogue who appeals to the lowest common denominator
maz wrote:We've reached a point in some kind of bizarre singularity when Nancy Pelosi is echoing Alex Jones
jimjam wrote:The world's leading scientists warn that unless something is done to curb greehouse gas accumulation the earth is on its way to becoming unihabitable for humans. Ignoring that warning, now that is DECADENCE.
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