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I agree that writing past each other is reserved for you and Gregmal, Cubsfan and Castanza. You guys do it so often and so well.

 

They’re not writing past each other, they are just tripping over each other rushing to Donnie’s defense and parroting his talking points.

 

Donnie is lucky to have them!

 

A hilarious sight to see!

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Why don't you watch your corrupt hero on TV making a fool of himself instead of writing past each other?

 

I thought Trump lost the 1st half of the debate, but won the 2nd half...but I'm sure you think he won hands down with room to spare, and he farts roses and shits gold.  Cheers!

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I agree that writing past each other is reserved for you and Gregmal, Cubsfan and Castanza. You guys do it so often and so well.

 

LOL yeah, sure.....says the guy who responded to Greg's post that included a link of a CNN news Anchor jerking off on camera with a link to covid death tracker...way to stay on topic champ.

 

You're unhinged

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I like the sitting around kitchen table comment with your missed loved one bullshit. What a reach that one was. Good old fashioned 1980s politics. Looking into the camera really looks genuine and brings it full circle.

 

I think it would be quite a hard sell to me as a black person to believe that a Vice President that put thousands of black people in jail as AG and a President who called young (assumedly black kids) predators would act in my best interest.

 

 

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Here is the problem that Cardboard, Trump and many of his fans have. They see everything as Left or Right. Black and White.

 

They fail to understand that in actuality most ‘real people’ reside somewhere in the center - or slightly right or left.

 

But with Cardboard, as with Trump, if you are not with them then you are a dreaded “lefty”,  ‘a libtard’, “a socialist” or  “ a commie”.

 

The second misconception those on the far Right have is that they are proud of the fact that Trump has essentially taken over and severely compromised the traditional Republican Party.

 

The fatal flaw in this sort of thinking is twofold.

 

First. Constantly insulting all moderates is going to lose them this election - or as some refer to it, The Great American National IQ Test.

 

Second. By their own efforts they are handing the country over to the left with only a seriously damaged Republican Party to represent their right wing beliefs.

 

The irony is that are the authors of their own misfortune.

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^ You really have to love a candidate that didn't take enough Adderal to make it through a 90 minute debate.

 

He forgets basic math and economics, if he ever understood them.  He'll create millions of jobs, while destroying millions of jobs in the energy business.

 

You had 330 million Americans to choose from - and you picked a total fool to represent your party.  The Democrats will never learn.

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Here is the problem that Cardboard, Trump and many of his fans have. They see everything as Left or Right. Black and White.

 

They fail to understand that in actuality most ‘real people’ reside somewhere in the center - or slightly right or left.

 

But with Cardboard, as with Trump, if you are not with them then you are a dreaded “lefty”,  ‘a libtard’, “a socialist” or  “ a commie”.

 

The second misconception those on the far Right have is that they are proud of the fact that Trump has essentially taken over and severely compromised the traditional Republican Party.

 

The fatal flaw in this sort of thinking is twofold.

 

First. Constantly insulting all moderates is going to lose them this election - or as some refer to it, The Great American National IQ Test.

 

Second. By their own efforts they are handing the country over to the left with only a seriously damaged Republican Party to represent their right wing beliefs.

 

The irony is that are the authors of their own misfortune.

 

I thought if you didn't vote for Biden you were not really black though?

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I'll very much disagree that Trump is turning off moderates. I feel like I'm fairly moderate (I agree with some Democrat policies like higher taxes on high earners and climate change and have never actually voted for a Republican presidential candidate) but I feel like I almost have to vote against Biden. This whole thing about college loan forgiveness and packing the Supreme Court are things I'm very against. College loan forgiveness actually increases wealth inequality and packing the Supreme Court just to push your liberal agenda is a bad, bad thing. If you factor in how they want to end the Electoral College...well, I don't know what to say but no.

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^ You really have to love a candidate that didn't take enough Adderal to make it through a 90 minute debate.

 

He forgets basic math and economics, if he ever understood them.  He'll create millions of jobs, while destroying millions of jobs in the energy business.

 

You had 330 million Americans to choose from - and you picked a total fool to represent your party.  The Democrats will never learn.

 

There you guys go again with your faulty logic. 'If you are not a Trump supporter you are automatically a Democrat.'

There may well be enough Republicans voting for Biden this time around to cause Trump to lose the election.

 

It is not black or white, you should pay a little more attention to what I posted.

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Here is the problem that Cardboard, Trump and many of his fans have. They see everything as Left or Right. Black and White.

 

They fail to understand that in actuality most ‘real people’ reside somewhere in the center - or slightly right or left.

 

But with Cardboard, as with Trump, if you are not with them then you are a dreaded “lefty”,  ‘a libtard’, “a socialist” or  “ a commie”.

 

The second misconception those on the far Right have is that they are proud of the fact that Trump has essentially taken over and severely compromised the traditional Republican Party.

 

The fatal flaw in this sort of thinking is twofold.

 

First. Constantly insulting all moderates is going to lose them this election - or as some refer to it, The Great American National IQ Test.

 

Second. By their own efforts they are handing the country over to the left with only a seriously damaged Republican Party to represent their right wing beliefs.

 

The irony is that are the authors of their own misfortune.

 

I thought if you didn't vote for Biden you were not really black though?

 

Not sure if you are being sarcastic or taking my comment out of context. But 'back or white' had nothing to do with race.

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I'll very much disagree that Trump is turning off moderates. I feel like I'm fairly moderate (I agree with some Democrat policies like higher taxes on high earners and climate change and have never actually voted for a Republican presidential candidate) but I feel like I almost have to vote against Biden. This whole thing about college loan forgiveness and packing the Supreme Court are things I'm very against. College loan forgiveness actually increases wealth inequality and packing the Supreme Court just to push your liberal agenda is a bad, bad thing. If you factor in how they want to end the Electoral College...well, I don't know what to say but no.

 

But Paul, its all a balance. I can understand you voting against Biden, but I can't see how you could justify voting for Trump so I would anticipate you would be voting for someone else?

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^ You really have to love a candidate that didn't take enough Adderal to make it through a 90 minute debate.

 

He forgets basic math and economics, if he ever understood them.  He'll create millions of jobs, while destroying millions of jobs in the energy business.

 

You had 330 million Americans to choose from - and you picked a total fool to represent your party.  The Democrats will never learn.

 

There you guys go again with your faulty logic. 'If you are not a Trump supporter you are automatically a Democrat.'

There may well be enough Republicans voting for Biden this time around to cause Trump to lose the election.

 

It is not black or white, you should pay a little more attention to what I posted.

 

If you are a non US located fella, then sure, its not black or white. It you are a US voter, is it.

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I'll very much disagree that Trump is turning off moderates. I feel like I'm fairly moderate (I agree with some Democrat policies like higher taxes on high earners and climate change and have never actually voted for a Republican presidential candidate) but I feel like I almost have to vote against Biden. This whole thing about college loan forgiveness and packing the Supreme Court are things I'm very against. College loan forgiveness actually increases wealth inequality and packing the Supreme Court just to push your liberal agenda is a bad, bad thing. If you factor in how they want to end the Electoral College...well, I don't know what to say but no.

 

But Paul, its all a balance. I can understand you voting against Biden, but I can't see how you could justify voting for Trump so I would anticipate you would be voting for someone else?

 

How can you claim to be conservative and support Biden? Way more hypocritical. Trump has had four years in office and his policies have been anything but anti progressive from a social issue standpoint. Tell me how Biden is more "classic conservative" and more "middle america" than Trump? Honestly this just sounds like your ignorant outsider (Canadian) opinion. If you're not rubbing shoulders with Americans on a day to day basis then your perspective on what Middle America wants is always going to be conjecture and biased just saying.

 

edit: and I don't mean "ignorant" as an insult. But there is only so much you can understand about America and the day to day political views of individuals as an outsider

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I'll very much disagree that Trump is turning off moderates. I feel like I'm fairly moderate (I agree with some Democrat policies like higher taxes on high earners and climate change and have never actually voted for a Republican presidential candidate) but I feel like I almost have to vote against Biden. This whole thing about college loan forgiveness and packing the Supreme Court are things I'm very against. College loan forgiveness actually increases wealth inequality and packing the Supreme Court just to push your liberal agenda is a bad, bad thing. If you factor in how they want to end the Electoral College...well, I don't know what to say but no.

 

But Paul, its all a balance. I can understand you voting against Biden, but I can't see how you could justify voting for Trump so I would anticipate you would be voting for someone else?

 

Well, my goal is to stop the far left policies so I'll have to use my vote to best fight against that.  ;)

 

 

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"How can you claim to be conservative and support Biden? Way more hypocritical. Trump has had four years in office and his policies have been anything but anti progressive from a social issue standpoint."

 

Are you suggesting Trump supporters here are not pretty far to the right? Have you missed the number of high level Republicans voting for Biden - does that make them all "lefties"? 

 

"Tell me how Biden is more "classic conservative" and more "middle america" than Trump?"

 

I never suggested he was. I said Trump (and a lot of his supporters) have driven a lot of conservatives away and into the Biden camp. Good heavens just look at the number of Republican Party faithful are supporting Biden over Trump.

 

"Honestly this just sounds like your ignorant outsider (Canadian) opinion. If you're not rubbing shoulders with Americans on a day to day basis then your perspective on what Middle America wants is always going to be conjecture and biased just saying."

 

I guess I shouldn't be surprised about this remark and how little you seem to know about Canadians. Unlike the US, many Canadians follow what happens in the US quite closely. Most Americans barely know we exist. However what you don’t seem to understand is that much of what happens in the US has a direct effect on Canada and Canadians. So, yes we do pay very close attention. For example, how many Canadian TV channels and programs do you access regularly? Probably half of our channels are American as is much of the programming. Most Canadians can name many of the 50 US states, how many Americans can name just 3 or 4 Canadian Provinces? I could go on and on, but you get the picture.

 

When you are a flea in bed with an elephant you better pay attention.

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edit: and I don't mean "ignorant" as an insult. But there is only so much you can understand about America and the day to day political views of individuals as an outsider

 

No offence taken. But as an ‘outsider’ we have an advantage of being able to view things in the US as they say, from “outside the box”.

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The R’s left holding the Trump bag are not representative of R’s and conservatives everywhere. Not by a long shot.

 

And yeah, that’s why Lincoln Project, Republicans for Trump, and Mitt Romney exist.

 

Biden is pretty centrist and someone claiming he’s a leftist is revealing more about themselves (i.e. that they are more to the right than they claim)

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"How can you claim to be conservative and support Biden? Way more hypocritical. Trump has had four years in office and his policies have been anything but anti progressive from a social issue standpoint."

 

Are you suggesting Trump supporters here are not pretty far to the right? Have you missed the number of high level Republicans voting for Biden - does that make them all "lefties"? 

 

"Tell me how Biden is more "classic conservative" and more "middle america" than Trump?"

 

I never suggested he was. I said Trump (and a lot of his supporters) have driven a lot of conservatives away and into the Biden camp. Good heavens just look at the number of Republican Party faithful are supporting Biden over Trump.

 

"Honestly this just sounds like your ignorant outsider (Canadian) opinion. If you're not rubbing shoulders with Americans on a day to day basis then your perspective on what Middle America wants is always going to be conjecture and biased just saying."

 

I guess I shouldn't be surprised about this remark and how little you seem to know about Canadians. Unlike the US, many Canadians follow what happens in the US quite closely. Most Americans barely know we exist. However what you don’t seem to understand is that much of what happens in the US has a direct effect on Canada and Canadians. So, yes we do pay very close attention. For example, how many Canadian TV channels and programs do you access regularly? Probably half of our channels are American as is much of the programming. Most Canadians can name many of the 50 US states, how many Americans can name just 3 or 4 Canadian Provinces? I could go on and on, but you get the picture.

 

When you are a flea in bed with an elephant you better pay attention.

 

A few "republicans" endorsed Biden? Like who? John Kasich LOL.

 

Look at the Lincoln project has completely fallen apart. What a joke that is. How many intellectuals came touting The Lincoln Project and the coming ship jumping of Republicans. A bunch of marketing hacks enriching themselves off gullible intellectuals.

 

Again, big difference between watching news and American politics on tv and living in America daily/rubbing shoulders with your average American. People on this thread view America based on MSM and what's happening in California, New York, and Denver....that hardly encompasses America. 

 

Go live in America outside of the big cities for 10 years and then come back with your couch cushion perspectives.

 

I have in-laws from Canada and have learned quite a bit about them and their political views. Very different than America. If I had to generalize Canadians I would say they are generally pretty "lethargic" when it comes to opinions on politics. But this isn't everyone for sure. My sister in-law runs a coffee shop in Canada. She is American and tells me all the time of how she overhears conversations from "middle west" Canadians about how they like Trump and shit all over Trudeau all the time and how big cities like Toronto are destroying their country. This is also anecdote of course.

 

This is why I say vote Libertarian. Jo Jorg imo represents 90% of what Middle America wants. Yet the rigged campaign won't let her debate. If she was on stage with Biden and Trump those two would look like compete morons.

 

 

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