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Tell the truth, Democrats: Do you really plan to vote for Biden as he continues to decline?

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Are Democrats so invested in their irrational hatred of Trump that they plan to vote for a man in such obvious and frightening decline as Biden?

Do they believe their self-absorbed "Anyone but Trump!" slogan has any traction outside the echo chamber of their own destructive hysteria?

In the extremely unlikely event that Biden wins the nomination and the White House, is his speedy removal from office inevitable?

Is being led by one's hysteria ever likely to result in a positive outcome?
 

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Are Democrats so invested in their irrational hatred of Trump that they plan to vote for a man in such obvious and frightening decline as Biden?

Do they believe their self-absorbed "Anyone but Trump!" slogan has any traction outside the echo chamber of their own destructive hysteria?

In the extremely unlikely event that Biden wins the nomination and the White House, is his speedy removal from office inevitable?

Is being led by one's hysteria ever likely to result in a positive outcome?
'Shrooms?
 

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I'd vote for colon cancer over Trump.
 

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I'm not a Democrat. I was a Republican until the GOP let Trump become their frontrunner for the presidential nomination.

Since then I have had no party but because Trump turned out so much worse than I ever imagined possible, I will vote for whomever the Democrats nominate.

Period.
 
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Are Democrats so invested in their irrational hatred of Trump that they plan to vote for a man in such obvious and frightening decline as Biden?

Do they believe their self-absorbed "Anyone but Trump!" slogan has any traction outside the echo chamber of their own destructive hysteria?

In the extremely unlikely event that Biden wins the nomination and the White House, is his speedy removal from office inevitable?

Is being led by one's hysteria ever likely to result in a positive outcome?
Shhhh...don't give them any ideas.. ;)
 

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Not a democrat, but Booker is the last one standing I will vote for in the primary if he makes it to Super Tuesday. Him calling out democrats who oppose nuclear as being the same as republican climate deniers sealed the deal for me.
 

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Are Democrats so invested in their irrational hatred of Trump that they plan to vote for a man in such obvious and frightening decline as Biden?

Do they believe their self-absorbed "Anyone but Trump!" slogan has any traction outside the echo chamber of their own destructive hysteria?

In the extremely unlikely event that Biden wins the nomination and the White House, is his speedy removal from office inevitable?

Is being led by one's hysteria ever likely to result in a positive outcome?
The only thing really wrong with Trump is his tax cut, and any of those other bozos would have done the same thing, which is why I gave you him.
 

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Are Democrats so invested in their irrational hatred of Trump that they plan to vote for a man in such obvious and frightening decline as Biden?

Do they believe their self-absorbed "Anyone but Trump!" slogan has any traction outside the echo chamber of their own destructive hysteria?

In the extremely unlikely event that Biden wins the nomination and the White House, is his speedy removal from office inevitable?

Is being led by one's hysteria ever likely to result in a positive outcome?
Is this your daily attempt to do an intellectual face plant by presenting conservative spin as fact? I love the unintended hilarity those threads.
 

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Are Democrats so invested in their irrational hatred of Trump that they plan to vote for a man in such obvious and frightening decline as Biden?

Do they believe their self-absorbed "Anyone but Trump!" slogan has any traction outside the echo chamber of their own destructive hysteria?

In the extremely unlikely event that Biden wins the nomination and the White House, is his speedy removal from office inevitable?

Is being led by one's hysteria ever likely to result in a positive outcome?
I think biden and trump should have an oatmeal drooling contest.
 

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Are Democrats so invested in their irrational hatred of Trump that they plan to vote for a man in such obvious and frightening decline as Biden?

Do they believe their self-absorbed "Anyone but Trump!" slogan has any traction outside the echo chamber of their own destructive hysteria?

In the extremely unlikely event that Biden wins the nomination and the White House, is his speedy removal from office inevitable?

Is being led by one's hysteria ever likely to result in a positive outcome?
Going to be real interesting to see what democrats do. Biden who is looking like he has dementia or Warren who is clearly way to the left and socialism. Biden may be more appealing to the modertes and independents but he is looking risking. Warren can't get the independents and moderates, she's too far gone left. I love watching to polls predict how Trump is behind in head to head contest, yeah I seem to remember something similar to that a few years ago. Dems had a shoe in candidate, rigged the primary for her and all the polls and the "political experts" said she would win easily. Except the didn't understand people voted for Trump because he was different and the were not going to tell pollsters because they didn't like being called, racist, or stupid, or whatever else the left tried to say. So poll all you want but get ready for an even bigger letdown in 2020.
 

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Not a democrat, but Booker is the last one standing I will vote for in the primary if he makes it to Super Tuesday. Him calling out democrats who oppose nuclear as being the same as republican climate deniers sealed the deal for me.
Are you the mythical T-Bone, drug dealing friend of Booker's? Just kidding. :)

I don't like Booker because he's a privileged kid who tries to pretend he's a street kid. I would vote for Tulsi Gabbard. She's still fighting.
 

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Are Democrats so invested in their irrational hatred of Trump that they plan to vote for a man in such obvious and frightening decline as Biden?

Do they believe their self-absorbed "Anyone but Trump!" slogan has any traction outside the echo chamber of their own destructive hysteria?

In the extremely unlikely event that Biden wins the nomination and the White House, is his speedy removal from office inevitable?

Is being led by one's hysteria ever likely to result in a positive outcome?
I'm not a fan of Biden, but the fact that the right brings this up while ignoring Trump's serious decline is ridiculous.

The guy edited a National Weather Service map with a sharpie and presented it as fact for god's sake. He tried multiple times and failed to say the word "origins" and instead said "oranges". He called Tim Cook Tim Apple. He's said and done so many bizarre things I'm sure they're many more, but these are what come to mind.

I did, though, have to Google my all-time favorite Trump quote:

"Look, having nuclear—my uncle was a great professor and scientist and engineer, Dr. John Trump at MIT; good genes, very good genes, OK, very smart, the Wharton School of Finance, very good, very smart—you know, if you’re a conservative Republican, if I were a liberal, if, like, OK, if I ran as a liberal Democrat, they would say I'm one of the smartest people anywhere in the world—it’s true!—but when you're a conservative Republican they try—oh, do they do a number—that’s why I always start off: Went to Wharton, was a good student, went there, went there, did this, built a fortune—you know I have to give my like credentials all the time, because we’re a little disadvantaged—but you look at the nuclear deal, the thing that really bothers me—it would have been so easy, and it’s not as important as these lives are (nuclear is powerful; my uncle explained that to me many, many years ago, the power and that was 35 years ago; he would explain the power of what's going to happen and he was right—who would have thought?), but when you look at what's going on with the four prisoners—now it used to be three, now it’s four—but when it was three and even now, I would have said it's all in the messenger; fellas, and it is fellas because, you know, they don't, they haven’t figured that the women are smarter right now than the men, so, you know, it’s gonna take them about another 150 years—but the Persians are great negotiators, the Iranians are great negotiators, so, and they, they just killed, they just killed us."
 
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Are you the mythical T-Bone, drug dealing friend of Booker's? Just kidding. :)

I don't like Booker because he's a privileged kid who tries to pretend he's a street kid. I would vote for Tulsi Gabbard. She's still fighting.
Was T-Bone Obama's skreet name? :eek:

Booker is not my ideal candidate. but he is the most palatable to me among the democrats. I like that he is solution oriented, willing to take a practical solution even if it is not the most ideologically perfect one. He is correct about environmentalist opposing nuclear being the same as deniers who ignore science. He was willing to go with charter schools to address a real problem even though the DNC is largely against at anything that doesn't involve paying teachers more money despite some of the worst school systems in the country already having the highest per capita spending on students in the country.
 

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I'm not a Democrat. I was a Republican until the GOP let Trump become their frontrunner for the presidential nomination.

Since then I have had no party but because Trump turned out so much worse than I ever imagined possible, I will vote for whomever the Democrats nominate.

Period.
So because a political party elected an idiot you have completly changed all your political beliefs and became the opposite of what you used to be.

Sorry but that's simply not believable. So which major policy issues of the GOP did you used to support.

And furthermore the GOP didn't let Trump become the frontrunner the voters made him that.
I supposed the GOP could have done more like the democrats and rigged the system and screwed their members but I don't see that as a good option either.
 

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Are Democrats so invested in their irrational hatred of Trump that they plan to vote for a man in such obvious and frightening decline as Biden?

Do they believe their self-absorbed "Anyone but Trump!" slogan has any traction outside the echo chamber of their own destructive hysteria?

In the extremely unlikely event that Biden wins the nomination and the White House, is his speedy removal from office inevitable?

Is being led by one's hysteria ever likely to result in a positive outcome?
So ironic.

Want to see decline? Watch Trump at the border in San Diego a few days ago. Yikes.
 

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i'm not a democrat, but i will be voting against Carrot Caligula and his cult.
 

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Are Democrats so invested in their irrational hatred of Trump that they plan to vote for a man in such obvious and frightening decline as Biden?

Do they believe their self-absorbed "Anyone but Trump!" slogan has any traction outside the echo chamber of their own destructive hysteria?

In the extremely unlikely event that Biden wins the nomination and the White House, is his speedy removal from office inevitable?

Is being led by one's hysteria ever likely to result in a positive outcome?
^^ More self deluded drivel. An entire administration of Biden’s would be better for America than 1 Trump.
 

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Are Democrats so invested in their irrational hatred of Trump that they plan to vote for a man in such obvious and frightening decline as Biden?
What decline? He's dropped a couple points since early August but still leads Warren and Sanders by over 10 point in an average of most national polls that include Fox News. And while some Democrats and Liberals may hate tRump most just want to be done with the lying, misogyny, narcissism, incompetence and general bull**** dumpster fire that his misadministration is. I don't like the man, if you want to call the ass hole with ears a man, but I don't hate him.

Do they believe their self-absorbed "Anyone but Trump!" slogan has any traction outside the echo chamber of their own destructive hysteria?
Why yes it does, according to an average of national polls V.P. Biden leads tRump by over 11 points. What would be destructive and a cause for hysteria is reelecting tRump.

In the extremely unlikely event that Biden wins the nomination and the White House, is his speedy removal from office inevitable?
Not a chance, Dems will hold on to the House (no chance for impeachment) and might gain the Senate (due to tRumps underwhelming popularity).

Is being led by one's hysteria ever likely to result in a positive outcome?
You tell me, all your multiple posts slandering V.P. Biden seem to indicate you're pretty hysterical about the prospect of PRESIDENT BIDEN.
 

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Are Democrats so invested in their irrational hatred of Trump that they plan to vote for a man in such obvious and frightening decline as Biden?

Do they believe their self-absorbed "Anyone but Trump!" slogan has any traction outside the echo chamber of their own destructive hysteria?

In the extremely unlikely event that Biden wins the nomination and the White House, is his speedy removal from office inevitable?

Is being led by one's hysteria ever likely to result in a positive outcome?
If his standing in the polls indicates anything, it is that Dems, even Inds, are looking for a more moderate candidate. Isn't that a good thing?
Would you rather see an extremist win?
 

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What decline? He's dropped a couple points since early August but still leads Warren and Sanders by over 10 point in an average of most national polls that include Fox News. And while some Democrats and Liberals may hate tRump most just want to be done with the lying, misogyny, narcissism, incompetence and general bull**** dumpster fire that his misadministration is. I don't like the man, if you want to call the ass hole with ears a man, but I don't hate him.



Why yes it does, according to an average of national polls V.P. Biden leads tRump by over 11 points. What would be destructive and a cause for hysteria is reelecting tRump.



Not a chance, Dems will hold on to the House (no chance for impeachment) and might gain the Senate (due to tRumps underwhelming popularity).



You tell me, all your multiple posts slandering V.P. Biden seem to indicate you're pretty hysterical about the prospect of PRESIDENT BIDEN.
Biden is the current frontrunner being the only one (among the top 5) who is not an avowed socialist promising impossible things like M4A (with no premiums, deductibles or co-pays) funded entirely without taxing anyone except "the rich". If you add the support for Sanders and Warren (among demorats) then it exceeds that for Biden. IMHO, it does not matter how much Biden leads anyone in polls over a year prior to the 2020 POTUS election and, of course, before he is even crowned as the DNC nominee.
 

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I'm not a Democrat. I was a Republican until the GOP let Trump become their frontrunner for the presidential nomination.

Since then I have had no party but because Trump turned out so much worse than I ever imagined possible, I will vote for whomever the Democrats nominate.

Period.

I am old enough to remember when Paddy Cheyefsky’s dark comedy “Network” was in the theaters.

I thought about it a lot over the years, and at some point it occurred to me that the real threat that the trivialization of news and the monetization of journalism wouldn’t put Howard Beale in the anchorman’s chair, but, rather, in the White House.

It’s not a prediction I ever wanted, or actually expected to come true.......... but....
 

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I'm not a Democrat. I was a Republican until the GOP let Trump become their frontrunner for the presidential nomination.

Since then I have had no party but because Trump turned out so much worse than I ever imagined possible, I will vote for whomever the Democrats nominate.

Period.
It would appear you are confused. Also, it's ridiculous to try and suggest you went from Republican to Progressive. You're trying to sell swamp land with that claim.

the fact is it was everyday American's who made the President the frontrunner.

It was the old DNC that decided who was allowed to run on the left.

The New Democratic Party has taken that to the next level, as your fellow radical Progressives have taken control of the party.
 

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Are Democrats so invested in their irrational hatred of Trump that they plan to vote for a man in such obvious and frightening decline as Biden?
Yes. Obviously.

Do they believe their self-absorbed "Anyone but Trump!" slogan has any traction outside the echo chamber of their own destructive hysteria?
Yes. But it's delusional.

In the extremely unlikely event that Biden wins the nomination and the White House, is his speedy removal from office inevitable?
Not with the elements that helped get him there still in place.

Is being led by one's hysteria ever likely to result in a positive outcome?
No. But that delusion mentioned earlier will make it seem positive. That's the beauty of delusion.
 

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I do not see the mental decline of Biden. He has committed minor gaffes and made an outdated reference in a date.
 

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Are Democrats so invested in their irrational hatred of Trump that they plan to vote for a man in such obvious and frightening decline as Biden?

Do they believe their self-absorbed "Anyone but Trump!" slogan has any traction outside the echo chamber of their own destructive hysteria?

In the extremely unlikely event that Biden wins the nomination and the White House, is his speedy removal from office inevitable?

Is being led by one's hysteria ever likely to result in a positive outcome?
Are Democrats so invested in their irrational hatred of Trump that they plan to vote for a man in such obvious and frightening decline as Biden?
Well, look at what Trumper's voted for...

 
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