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  1. I didn't vote for Bernie in the 2016 and 2020 primaries but I would've vote for him had he won the nomination. I can't say that would've been the case for some of those who voted for Biden had Bernie won the nomination. I don't "hate" and oppose every bill that Democrats pass despite certain things being removed. I thought the passage of the Affordable Care Act despite not having the public option was a good thing. I'm not I didn't like the way some of the Establishment Dems was eager to just kick the can and make excuses for why the $15 min wage and the reduction of the weekly benefits. Don't you ever get tired of the Democrats having to be like oral surgeons extracting teeth just to get billls passed and the Republicans often ramming their bills through?
  2. I agree with you on your first paragraph but the boxed wine and cheese, safe space crowd pushed the narrative that only the Bros were the aggressors and the haters.
  3. Ah, the Low Hanging Fruit approach. I forgot that you hate the Bernie Bros more than you do the Republicans. I don't even listen to the Young Turks but I have listened to one of the former Young Turk host a couple of times because she was a guest on video I was watching. You can check my previous posts to see if I'm lying or not. Do you want to have access to my Facebook account even though I don't post politics over there. I am my own man. I can agree or disagree with the Establishment Dems like you and argree or disagree with the Bernie too.
  4. You are one of those flips and spins anything Biden does as some form of a victory just because Trump isn't in office despite the victories come at a price of scaling back, and kicking the can.
  5. I don't remember saying point one but I did say (paraphrasing) that Manchin and Sinema was going to be thorns in the Democrats side and Mitch wasn't too worry about losing the Senate because of those two. The Jobs and Relief bill that Democrats watered down in order to appease Manchin, Sinema by removing the $15 minimum wage increase and reducing the weekly benefits from $600 and $300 and passed without any Republican support. Then the Republicans started cutting the bill off by the knees on the state level by cutting off unemployment benefits before the expiration date. At least Trump isn't the President and that's a good thing. Maybe I'm a jinx and a conservative Supreme Court justice or two will leave the court somehow under the Biden Presidency and a Democratic controlled Congress At least I can say that Trump isn't the President and that's a good thing.
  6. It will be a 7-2 conservative majority before you know it. Meanwhile the milquetoasts in the democratic party will whine and complain and drink mimosas while the country is being burned (figuratively) to the ground.
  7. I was wondering what happen to this piece of work. It's amazing how they can cash in and cash out from one sector to the other and leave a trail of pain and misery with every move. https://www.axios.com/audacy-dana-loesch-rush-limbaugh-show-35f5f54a-54f1-4db6-945e-885291b0ab3a.html
  8. Sinema's reasoning for opposing the filibuster. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/kyrsten-sinema-filibuster-op-ed-senate-democrats_n_60d15159e4b00425580c80d2
  9. I will bet $25 with any board member that he will run again. The only he doesn't run is either he's dead or his health declines. The American Right worships this man like he's a deity. Payable via Cash App or Venmo.
  10. Nothing of any major consequence is going to happen to Trump or any of the high officials who were involved in the insurrection. The ones that end up leaving office often end up in the business world making seven or eight figure salaries in some sort of made up position. The few rubes that have been convicted by a lower court will simply be pardoned by the next Republican president (Donald Trump). That Republican president will use the DOJ to go after political rivals whether they are private citizens or not and the "but the Biden and Garland didn't do it" crowd will be yelling that out to no avail.
  11. https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-interested-running-house-seat-102300920.html Why not, instead of waiting for 2024, and I'm hoping you'll run in 2024, but why not run in 2022 for the United States Congress? A House seat in Florida. Win big. Lead us to a dramatic landslide victory. Take the House by 50 seats," Root said. "Then you become the Speaker of the House, lead the impeachment of Biden and start criminal investigations against Biden. You'll wipe him out for this last two years," the radio host continued. Trump appeared to be taken by the idea. "That's so interesting," the former president said. "You know, it's very interesting," he added. He then said that Root's idea "might be better" than the suggestion that he run for the Senate Trump was in NC tonight.
  12. Republicans are fine with creating their own reality and having enough people being suck into it for their zero sum game.
  13. I agree with you but getting rid of MO would probably spark some sort of fan backlash because she's been playing the role for so long.
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