A Great Day for America

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Re: A Great Day for America

Postby pk79 on Oct 18 2018, 7:55pm

1. Actually he does his policies are the same as Reagan’s and Bushes

2. When Obama came into office the Dow was at 8,000 he finished at 20,000. I don’t know much about his other policies like Obamacare etc.

3. I don’t know what polls you saw but the ones I was looking at predicted a close race but a landslide popular vote victory for Hillary. Pretty much exactly what happened. 100,000 voters across 3 of the rust belt states determined the winner of the 2016 election.

4. I don’t watch cnn and Hillary is not a great candidate, I don’t know where Obama has been probably on holidays since he is rich now. Nor do I really care what the democrats do or don’t do.
I think they are a pretty terrible political party.
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Re: A Great Day for America

Postby DeltaForceGM01 on Nov 4 2018, 2:25pm

Dr Fraud has no admitted she made the whole tying up 
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Re: A Great Day for America

Postby pk79 on Nov 5 2018, 3:54am

DeltaForceGM01 wrote:Dr Fraud has no admitted she made the whole tying up 

Did she? Where?
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Re: A Great Day for America

Postby G-BoNeS-M on Nov 10 2018, 5:53pm

ISS_The_DirtyDugan_ISS wrote:
Original_Belladonna wrote:See, that’s exactly why there can’t be an intellectual dialogue with you people because of the fallacious claims you all make, both on subjects you clearly know nothing about, and to else while the adults have the conversation of whether or not a woman does what she wants with her body. It’s no

ones decision but hers. Males definitely don’t have a say as they aren’t the one having to make that choice of carrying a fetus to term or not. Unless a baby comes out of you, you have no opinion on the matter.

I’m still waiting for you to answer my original questions. So tell me again why we can’t have an “intellectual” conversation?
. So if men should have no say in whether or not the woman keeps the baby if she wants to keep the baby and he doesn’t want to then why should he have to pay child support
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Re: A Great Day for America

Postby illIIlIHOLYIlIIlDOMOIlIlIIi on Nov 11 2018, 2:17am


Women don’t want to be told by the government what to do with there bodies......men shouldn’t be told what to do with their money. Men should have the right to choose supporting the child or not. Women can’t have their cake and eat it too. Especially when both were irresponsible in the first place. That’s what abortion turned into anyways, a form of birth control. Whoops missed the pill. That’s ok go to planned parenthood. Straight bogus.
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Re: A Great Day for America

Postby pk79 on Nov 11 2018, 4:34am

It’s a false equivalence. The fetus has no autonomy or personhood. Once the child is born it needs food, shelter, etc those aren’t free.

I know a single dad who gets child support from the mother because she is far richer than him and doesn’t want anything to do with children. It’s not always the men who pay.
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Re: A Great Day for America

Postby pk79 on Nov 11 2018, 4:50am

illIIlIHOLYIlIIlDOMOIlIlIIi wrote:There isn’t a poll saying 11 seats gained.

End results of the midterms.


Republicans have so far won 3 senate seats in Indiana, Missouri, and North Dakota. (Also likely Mississippi and Florida)
Democrats won 1 senate seat in Nevada (likely Arizona too) we should be looking at a 53-47 or 54-46 split


Republicans got hit hard in the house losing between 38-40 seats and losing their majority.


Democrats kept all their previous states and picked up Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Nevada, Kansas, New Mexico, Maine, and Guam.

Republicans won Alaska from an independent.

Overall takes from this election.

Democrats were burdened in the senate due to defending 25 seats and republicans only 8. Republicans still turned out in large numbers in what is a particularly energised Democrat base.

The House was a crushing defeat for Republicans and I think we can expect several investigations and supoenas on things like tax returns against Trump although the fruitfulness of such tasks is dubious at best.

Barring any massive shift from the DNC Trump will likely win again 2020 for him to lose it would require a couple of things:
1. Economy to crash (not looking likely)
2. Mueller or House Investigations to turn up something really damning (possible but democrats shouldn’t get their hopes up)
3. Democrats to stop picking the same old candidates and go for someone new who will energise the base, if they do want to go with an older candidate, Biden is the only one who can win in my opinion, anyone else would be a disaster, they shouldn’t pick a woman either. Not because a woman can’t handle the presidency but because males get more votes, have a woman VP first.
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Re: A Great Day for America

Postby ISS_The_DirtyDugan_ISS on Nov 12 2018, 1:52am

The republicans didn’t really lose anything they didn’t expect to lose. Had they wanted a better night? Of course they do.

However, in terms of historical significance, it’s not as great as the dems wanted it to be. It certainly doesn’t compare to the 94 and 2010 midterms.

However that didn’t stop Tom Perez from going on tv and letting out a giant, nasty wet-fart, catching it with his hand and taking a giant whiff of it to profess how great the dems are. I mean, it’s not like two years ago the dems blatantly rigged a primary for H-Dog even after the Sanders campaign screamed bloody murder two months before the documents went public. I guess our memories are short round here in amurica...

My absolute favorite part of the night was the lovely 78 year old Botox queen from California, Nancy Pelosi criticizing republicans for “passing a tax bill in the dead of night” as if we have all forgotten her famous words, “We have to pass the bill for you to find out what’s in it” regarding the AHCA remark.

It’s a good thing she already has her drapes picked out for her new office. I mean, nothing screams positive change for a country more than Nancy Pelosi...

Congratulations dems! It’s going to be fun watching your leaders devour each other for the opportunity to run for president. Let’s just hope this time, whoever wins the nomination, does so legitimately and legally...
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Re: A Great Day for America

Postby pk79 on Nov 12 2018, 3:13am

Yes the result was very expected. I can’t recall it ever happening where the party in power made a net gain in congress while in power.

What was amusing to me is when you have people like DOMO claiming a ‘red wave’ is coming. I don’t even think the democrats that professed a ‘blue wave’ got one. This was a pretty run-of-the-mill expected result, maybe a blue tide but no wave.

This result also really doesn’t mean much for the 2020 presidential election because turnout in midterms is always horrid. People only care who is in charge - the real power lies with congress.

I expect another very fractured democrat primary in 2020, what will be most interesting to see is if we get some Republican contemporaries challenge Trump or he will have an easy primary like Obama in 2014.
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Re: A Great Day for America

Postby illIIlIHOLYIlIIlDOMOIlIlIIi on Nov 14 2018, 3:25pm

Really the senate results is really all that matters. Trump gets another Supreme Court appointment and it’ll pass easy. The house seats that were lost......well I’ll blame john McCain. His down vote on Obamacare (just to obstruct Trump agenda) has put the healthcare into major disarray. Can’t move forward on better healthcare legislation until someone can agree on policy. The dem controlled house won’t help pass legislation to better their citizens but most likely jam up the works with shadow investigations on the Trump Administration.

Losing the house was a surprise to me, especially some of them that actually got elected. Didn’t make any sense. How does someone in support of American citizens joining terrorist organizations get elected??

I support my party. I like when people jump on the band wagon and slam me for stating that might be a red wave. I was going by how the economy, employment rate, and immigration was playing a major role in people’s minds. We saw and felt what Obama’s policies did to the country. I’m just now climbing out of the hole he dropped us in. Why would anyone want that crap to happen again? So I’m disappointed.
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