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Posts posted by ReddFoxx

  1. Cult mentality is never a good thing in politics. There is actually Sanders fan fiction and it's no secret how weird fan fiction of any kind can get at times. Someone even created a coloring book with his head superimposed over a muscular body. The number of young people who seem to really think that he has given their life purpose is really disturbing and he does nothing to discourage it.

  2. NJ-2 voted for Trump, but not by a wide percentage and it's hardly as supportive of him as some rural areas are. Plus in redistricting it probably will end up dropping the redder parts. Jeff Van Drew had a reputation of being a moderate Democrat in the New Jersey State Senate and he's trying to duplicate that record in Congress, but voting against an impeachment inquiry when there really is evidence of wrongdoing makes no sense.

  3. Sanders is tone deaf when it comes to non-whites and has limited political acumen outside of populism against billionaires. The fact that the NAACP in Vermont could never get a response back from him tells you all that you need to know about him.

  4. 5 hours ago, te. said:

    Why is he allowed to make so many mediocre shows and why are people watching them?

    He is able make shows because he built up a following doing plays marketed toward urban audiences which no one else really targets. When you find an untapped market you tend to do fairly well.

  5. Hillary was the head of the state department, so maybe she knows some facts about Gabbard other than mere speculation.


    2 hours ago, DramatistDreamer said:

    So I'm guessing that those Hindu nationalists groups no longer want anything to do with her?

    They probably will back away. She doesn't have a chance at the presidency and she might not retain her house seat. Her primary challenger is getting much attention early on.

  6. 14 minutes ago, DramatistDreamer said:

    I guess I missed this one. Shrugs.



    That leaves only 6 out 15 of Trump's original cabinet members left in the administration. Most presidents see little turnover until their second term, yet Trump has lost more than half of his cabinet in less than three years.

  7. With Russia lurking about there is going to be much thrown at the nominee no matter who it is. Democrats could nominate Betty Crocker and Russia would say she slipped drugs into the cake mixes to get people hooked. The first vote in the primary is three months out so a lot can change and a front runner who no one expected could emerge (that happened in 2008 on the Republican side).

  8. The only candidate out of the top tier that I could see losing is Sanders and that is for a variety of reasons. Issues do matter a lot, but the general election is going to come down to rationality, temperament and pragmatism none of which Trump has. The ticket will end up being balanced out ideologically.

  9. It's going to be very, very hard for Trump to be re-elected. To be re-elected he would have needed to have started keeping a lower profile two years ago and started being more level headed. His biggest obstacle is that people are sick of hearing about him and will turn out to vote just to get him out of office. He's turned a lot of apathetic voters into guaranteed voters.


    That aside, the Ukraine phone has done irreparable harm to him. That pretty much backed up the Mueller Report and pushed any people who were skeptical about it into the impeachment camp. The call to Ukraine was made the day after Mueller testified, so it's almost like Trump became so overconfident that he was cleared (he really wasn't) that he committed a crime that he couldn't get out of.


    Having been elected with a plurality across three states that were quite unfriendly to Republicans in the midterms, it's hard to see Trump being re-elected.

  10. I wish somebody would leak his health records because not only is it clear that he has mental problems, it's clear that he has physical issues. Listen to how labored his breathing seemed. He sounded like someone about to faint.

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