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ReddFoxx

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  1. I think that McConnell's actions are more about insulating himself from trouble. His wife is under investigation and he would want less trouble. He's not rattled enough to turn against Trump, but enough to buy himself some insurance in case things really boil over.
  2. Which is why I said could. The public can be swayed by scandal without substance, but I think with everything that happened over the past couple of years that the electorate will be a little more cautious about buying into such things. But I do think another nominee than Biden is a safer choice.
  3. Julie telling Maggie to take her place with Doug was just weird.
  4. Sanders is not a good candidate either because he's got liabilities. I think Biden could get around this just because it looks like a retread of what was done to Clinton (a vague scandal with no real substance and Trump getting help from a foreign power). It's better that this play out now rather than at this time next year. That aside, another nominee would probably be best for other reasons (Biden's memory issues are a problem).
  5. LOL, that's something you would see on streaming or cable. This person is making up a whole bunch of lies.
  6. Science fiction fans can be out there too, but for the most part the people who blur the lines are rare and have personal issues. When one of the soap operas was canceled there was someone who went off on me and I can't remember exactly why, but the person said something about soap opera characters being the only friends that shut ins had and it was really weird.
  7. Pelosi handled this properly. So many wanted her to just rush right to the impeachment inquiry, but she didn't move too fast and acted only when it was sensible to proceed. Everything in the Mueller Report was unscrupulous, but it was so muddled that it would have been hard to build a strong enough case. This phone call with Ukraine is an actually opening to go directly after Trump and the whistle blower's testimony could take him down. The Republican Senate passed a non-binding resolution regarding the inquiry over the phone call, so you know that there is something real here. When McConnell suddenly agreed to pass election security that was a big clue.
  8. This is fantastic news. I'm going to be watching the proceedings like this.
  9. Sanders avoids socially liberal settings because he's one of those people who believes that the "Heartland" is put off by minorities and LGBT people. More than anyone he is trying to get votes from working class white voters who really don't vote based on their wallets, but on social issues over all. He's convinced that an economic message will get them to support him, but that's not at all accurate.
  10. There is an idea among the left that Trump being re-elected and destroying the country would push the country far left enough to elect the type of leaders that they want. The problem with that logic is that Trump being elected in the first place hasn't raised their political fortunes (almost none of the far left's preferred candidate's even made it out of primaries in last year's elections). A damaged economy and democracy being in shambles after two terms of Trump probably would give the Democratic Party an electoral realignment in 2024, but undoing all the harm Trump would have done would take decades.
  11. No one from that administration would ever reveal all about themselves like poor Karen Wolek did.
  12. I thought Guy Wilson was gay, but apparently he is straight. I think Chandler might be gay and just doesn't want it to be known publicly. And of course Freddie is straight so he might not feel comfortable making the kisses too realistic.
  13. Ford had to move before she even testified. The number of nutcases out there is countless.
  14. I wouldn't call that falling apart (although some people would love to say that). That's more like the woman is in fear of her safety and doesn't want to talk about what happened.
  15. The only way he resigns is if Trump is voted out, Democrats take the Senate and hold the House, then a thorough investigation takes place. He might be made uncomfortable enough to resign in the instance, but getting a Supreme Court judge to resign is like pulling a steak out of doberman's mouth.
  16. Protester throws red liquid at legislators, shutting down California Senate https://www.politico.com/states/california/story/2019/09/13/protester-throws-red-liquid-at-legislators-shutting-down-california-senate-1188537
  17. Will and Sonny are so poorly written. As gay men they should have been like "yaasss, honey" when Vivian walked in the door because she is really campy. That was just a joke. Seriously it did feel as if their presence was more like filler than anything else.
  18. That's an infringement on rights, but it's not an infringement on the 2nd Amendment so it's ok. The fact that this has even been proposed shows how backwards gun nuts are. Reasonable gun control is supposedly unconstitutional, but monitoring people because of a medical condition isn't.
  19. Mississippi's coast is probably about the best place in the state for any special events because of the beaches and the hotels. That doesn't make the state any better politically, that's merely a plus for the tourism side.
  20. Robin Strasser really played Dorian over the top on OLTL's later years and I feel like she's using that method here except it seems more restrained because Vivian is supposed to be nuts so it doesn't seem that over the top. I think she is doing a good job at being a villain but not making it too ridiculous.
  21. A record producer claims that Monica punched Brandy before a VMA's performance in 1998. The video of the performance is on Youtube.

     

  22. Plus, Florida is a swing state so he more than likely had that in mind when he decided to return.
  23. Georgia will have two Senate races next year https://thehill.com/homenews/senate/459104-gop-sen-johnny-isakson-to-resign-at-end-of-year
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