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I'm beginning to think Biden's done.

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I predict the ny giants will win the super bowl too

My crystal ball sees all


I have spoken!!! Lol
Time is the measure of truth mate...so come November you’ll probably be asking me about my Super Bowl prediction lol,😂
 

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So they will go to prison. I agree
And I predict you’ll be with them...for doing something really weird...I have predicted it!

But seriously mate...gear yourself up for a major psychological episode in November.
 

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And I predict you’ll be with them...for doing something really weird...I have predicted it!

But seriously mate...gear yourself up for a major psychological episode in November.
Look I agree with you. Trump and rudy are headed to prison

You dont need to convince me.


Got it
 

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These are gallop polls which ask people who they think will win , not who they will vote for ...people tend to be more honest and reflect the views of their neighbourhood/work places. These polls have been consistent over the years...at correctly picking the popular vote winner. If Trump is the popular vote winner I’d suggest that the Democrats could be in real trouble...fingers crossed!

https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/10/finally_an_accurate_poll.html
Don't believe the polls! Oh, unless we like them....
 

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...no mate...unless they ask sensible questions...
What sensible questions are they not asking. Do tell since you are saying you are an "expert".
 

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https://www.foxnews.com/politics/hunter-biden-china-email-source-verifies


"One email, dated May 13, 2017, and obtained by Fox News, includes a discussion of “remuneration packages” for six people in a business deal with a Chinese energy firm. The email appeared to identify Hunter Biden as “Chair / Vice Chair depending on agreement with CEFC,” in an apparent reference to now-bankrupt CEFC China Energy Co.

The email includes a note that “Hunter has some office expectations he will elaborate.” A proposed equity split references “20” for “H” and “10 held by H for the big guy?” with no further details. Fox News spoke to one of the people who was copied on the email, who confirmed its authenticity.

Sources told Fox News that "the big guy" is a reference to the former vice president. The New York Post initially published the emails and other controversial messages that Fox News has also obtained."
How dare you to try and tarnish the Biden Crime Family name ?

crack wiffing #2.jpg
 

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My feelings are more factual than these polls you cling to....I know my feelings , these polls only indicate what other people’s feelings might be.

The only poll I trust is the one that’s alway been right , the poll that asks who you think will win....Trump scores 56% to Biden’s 40...pretty good indicator that he’s going to win.
Uh Huh. Feelings. Right.
 

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BY LEENA KIM SEP 29,2020

Biden currently owns 2 homes.

1. (Photo) Joe and Jill Biden’s main residence in Greenville, Delaware, an upscale suburb of Wilmington.

2. (Photo) Joe and Jill Biden bought their Delaware beach house in the summer of 2017 in Rehoboth Beach.

Rental Home

3. (Photo) The Bidens rented this sprawling home in McLean, Viriginia, the tony neighborhood near Washington D.C.

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Upon moving out of the vice presidential residence at the Naval Observatory at the end of his term in 2017, the Bidens began renting a house in McLean, Virginia, the upscale suburb outside D.C. that counts a who's who of senators, Supreme Court justices, and diplomats among its residents. (It's also where Jackie Kennedy grew up.) This Georgian-style house, which they rented from venture capitalist Mark Ein (Zillow estimates that it costs $20,000 a month), used to be the home of Alexander Haig, who was the Secretary of State during the Reagan administration and the White House chief of staff to Presidents Nixon and Ford. Sprawled out over 12,000 square feet, the five-bedroom mansion has a gym, sauna, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a driveway big enough for 20 cars. (It was reported in February that the Bidens are no longer renting this mansion.)

Former Home

4. (Photo) Joe Biden’s first foray into luxury real estate was this former DuPont mansion in Delaware, which he bought in the 1974.

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In 1974, as a young senator and recent widower (his first wife Neilia and their baby daughter Naomi had died in a car accident in 1972), Biden purchased this former DuPont mansion in tony Greenville for $185,000. He nicknamed the 10,000-square-foot house 'The Station,' and it became the campaign headquarters for his first presidential run in 1988. In 1996, Biden sold the house for $1.2 million.

Roseann:)
 

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BY LEENA KIM SEP 29,2020

Biden currently owns 2 homes.

1. (Photo) Joe and Jill Biden’s main residence in Greenville, Delaware, an upscale suburb of Wilmington.

2. (Photo) Joe and Jill Biden bought their Delaware beach house in the summer of 2017 in Rehoboth Beach.

Rental Home

3. (Photo) The Bidens rented this sprawling home in McLean, Viriginia, the tony neighborhood near Washington D.C.

snippet from article...

Upon moving out of the vice presidential residence at the Naval Observatory at the end of his term in 2017, the Bidens began renting a house in McLean, Virginia, the upscale suburb outside D.C. that counts a who's who of senators, Supreme Court justices, and diplomats among its residents. (It's also where Jackie Kennedy grew up.) This Georgian-style house, which they rented from venture capitalist Mark Ein (Zillow estimates that it costs $20,000 a month), used to be the home of Alexander Haig, who was the Secretary of State during the Reagan administration and the White House chief of staff to Presidents Nixon and Ford. Sprawled out over 12,000 square feet, the five-bedroom mansion has a gym, sauna, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a driveway big enough for 20 cars. (It was reported in February that the Bidens are no longer renting this mansion.)

Former Home

4. (Photo) Joe Biden’s first foray into luxury real estate was this former DuPont mansion in Delaware, which he bought in the 1974.

Snippet from article...

In 1974, as a young senator and recent widower (his first wife Neilia and their baby daughter Naomi had died in a car accident in 1972), Biden purchased this former DuPont mansion in tony Greenville for $185,000. He nicknamed the 10,000-square-foot house 'The Station,' and it became the campaign headquarters for his first presidential run in 1988. In 1996, Biden sold the house for $1.2 million.

Roseann:)
Good for him

He is a successful capitalist
 

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So you prefer Harris, the women who refused a black man on death row a DNA test to prove his innocence over the guy who fought to keep blacks segregated and who also eulogized a bona fide KKK exalted cyclops.
These things are acceptable to you but I bet you think Trump is the racist right?
Prefer is subjective.

I am of the opinion that Biden or Harris are less of a threat than Trump.
But if I had my preference Sanders would be president.
And have a congress willing to back him.
 

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Prefer is subjective.

I am of the opinion that Biden or Harris are less of a threat than Trump.
But if I had my preference Sanders would be president.
And have a congress willing to back him.
The DNC stuck a shiv in Sanders not once....but twice. If Warren when she had no chance then Sanders would be the candidate. Instead the DNC actively plotted to keep her on for the sole purpose of sticking it to Sanders supporters. I'd be pissed if I were a Sanders supporter.. You all were slapped in the face and then told to vote as you were told. How emasculating.
 

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The DNC stuck a shiv in Sanders not once....but twice. If Warren when she had no chance then Sanders would be the candidate. Instead the DNC actively plotted to keep her on for the sole purpose of sticking it to Sanders supporters. I'd be pissed if I were a Sanders supporter.. You all were slapped in the face and then told to vote as you were told. How emasculating.
It is irritating.
But the sad reality is that we're stuck voting for the Republican ****wit or the Democratic asshole.
And I've been watching Trump since 2016, he's much more of an issue than Biden is.
IMO.
At least the asshole has some semblance of a grasp on reality.

I don't know if we can or even should break the duopoly of the Republican and Democratic parties.

One possibility I see is that the Republican party will effectively die as the majority of people leave because the racist bigoted idiots are in charge.
But that means they'd probably join the Democrats.
And if the Democrats move even further right to draw them in, I expect the Progressives will finally split off and form their own party.

Alternatively, the Democrats are dragged back from their current center-right position to one that is center-left by the progressives and others, and the republicans somehow manage to regain sanity and kick out the idiot bigoted racists.

But one way or the other the parties will definitely change in the next decade.
 

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It is irritating.
But the sad reality is that we're stuck voting for the Republican ****wit or the Democratic asshole.
And I've been watching Trump since 2016, he's much more of an issue than Biden is.
IMO.
At least the asshole has some semblance of a grasp on reality.

I don't know if we can or even should break the duopoly of the Republican and Democratic parties.

One possibility I see is that the Republican party will effectively die as the majority of people leave because the racist bigoted idiots are in charge.
But that means they'd probably join the Democrats.
And if the Democrats move even further right to draw them in, I expect the Progressives will finally split off and form their own party.

Alternatively, the Democrats are dragged back from their current center-right position to one that is center-left by the progressives and others, and the republicans somehow manage to regain sanity and kick out the idiot bigoted racists.

But one way or the other the parties will definitely change in the next decade.
Your mistake is in letting the DNC walk on you Sanders supporters. They did it once and told you to vote for hillary, then they did it again and told you to vote for Biden. Unless you send them a clear message your future candidates will never win. I have no issues at all predicting Trump will beat biden. I would not have made that prediction against Sanders. I believe Sanders actually believes in his ideology which is important. Biden doesnt have an ideology. He was chosen by the DNC because he is a malleable piece of warm clay. He doesnt even have stances. His stances are given to him. Just look at his flip flops. This is what will be the democrats downfall. Out of everyone here...democrats bent you Sanders supporters over the worst. It was akin to that famous scene in Deliverance. Equally hard to watch. Honestly I get where you are coming from but the dems will never ever let your ideology be in charge. Sanders would have done things his way in much the same way Trump did and the dems couldn't have that. That's why he got shanked.
 
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