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Re: A Trump Loss [Re: Mac84] #15322119 10/17/20
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Re: A Trump Loss [Re: ISRO] #15322123 10/17/20
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Originally Posted by ISRO
I am often worried about the lack of concern or even fact checking the average American even does anymore?

Seems like facts do not matter to most, nor does it drive their opinion.

That's because we raise boys to think like women. Everything is subordinate to emotion.


The older I become the more I am convinced that the voice of honor in a man's heart is the voice of GOD.
Re: A Trump Loss [Re: deflave] #15322279 10/18/20
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If SheRoy and ISRO have a get together, they gonna squirt themselves to death.

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You can do better than that deflave, regroup and come back

Re: A Trump Loss [Re: copperking81] #15322281 10/18/20
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I am often worried about the lack of concern or even fact checking the average American even does anymore?

Seems like facts do not matter to most, nor does it drive their opinion.


Wait. Aren't you one of the most uninformed members of the fire?




In comparison to you probably


Are you a democrat voter because you're low on information, or are you low on information because you're a democrat voter? Serious question.



Voted Trump last time, will again this time.............are you asking a hypothetical question about what may drive someone to vote democratic?

How people vote is usually driven with how the candidate/party aligns with their own personal view on a isuue/issues or potentially a dislike of a certain candidate based on a past political or personal event...........just some of the possibilities

Re: A Trump Loss [Re: Old_Toot] #15322299 10/18/20
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Originally Posted by Old_Toot
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The interest in and action of early voting says much. Whitey woke up and voted in 2016 and seems even more engaged for 2020.

I’m predicting a total blowout In trump’s favor like was done for Reagan back in the day.



I hope you are correct


Flave and gahuntertom among several others here nailed it in 2016 from the very beginning of the campaigns. Get their read on it.



I am a 75 year old life long Republican. Last week I early voted for Biden, sometime when you hire some one they don't work out, that's the way I look at Trump.

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Re: A Trump Loss [Re: gahuntertom] #15322303 10/18/20
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Originally Posted by gahuntertom
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The interest in and action of early voting says much. Whitey woke up and voted in 2016 and seems even more engaged for 2020.

I’m predicting a total blowout In trump’s favor like was done for Reagan back in the day.



I hope you are correct


Flave and gahuntertom among several others here nailed it in 2016 from the very beginning of the campaigns. Get their read on it.



I am a 75 year old life long Republican. Last week I early voted for Biden, sometime when you hire some one they don't work out, that's the way I look at Trump.



are you serious?....I dont particularly like the guy...but come on man....voting for biden is a vote against our way of life...against our country....bob

Re: A Trump Loss [Re: gahuntertom] #15322327 10/18/20
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Originally Posted by gahuntertom
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Originally Posted by ISRO
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The interest in and action of early voting says much. Whitey woke up and voted in 2016 and seems even more engaged for 2020.

I’m predicting a total blowout In trump’s favor like was done for Reagan back in the day.



I hope you are correct


Flave and gahuntertom among several others here nailed it in 2016 from the very beginning of the campaigns. Get their read on it.



I am a 75 year old life long Republican. Last week I early voted for Biden, sometime when you hire some one they don't work out, that's the way I look at Trump.


I am trying too understand how "When you hire some one they don't work out" means regarding Trump? What did Trump not accomplish which compelled you to vote for Biden?

Re: A Trump Loss [Re: gahuntertom] #15322351 10/18/20
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Originally Posted by gahuntertom
Originally Posted by Old_Toot
Originally Posted by ISRO
Originally Posted by Old_Toot
The interest in and action of early voting says much. Whitey woke up and voted in 2016 and seems even more engaged for 2020.

I’m predicting a total blowout In trump’s favor like was done for Reagan back in the day.



I hope you are correct


Flave and gahuntertom among several others here nailed it in 2016 from the very beginning of the campaigns. Get their read on it.



I am a 75 year old life long Republican. Last week I early voted for Biden, sometime when you hire some one they don't work out, that's the way I look at Trump.

What did you hire Mr Trump to do?

Re: A Trump Loss [Re: gahuntertom] #15322362 10/18/20
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Originally Posted by gahuntertom
Originally Posted by Old_Toot
Originally Posted by ISRO
Originally Posted by Old_Toot
The interest in and action of early voting says much. Whitey woke up and voted in 2016 and seems even more engaged for 2020.

I’m predicting a total blowout In trump’s favor like was done for Reagan back in the day.



I hope you are correct


Flave and gahuntertom among several others here nailed it in 2016 from the very beginning of the campaigns. Get their read on it.



I am a 75 year old life long Republican. Last week I early voted for Biden, sometime when you hire some one they don't work out, that's the way I look at Trump.


You’re a pathetic piece of schit. Congratulations.
Too bad you didn’t hit a tree on the way to the polls.

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Theyre creepy bastards that are feeling you out. If all goes right, yall strike up a confidence and next thing you know youre at his house, in his cistern being fattened up so he can make a ladysuit out of you.
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Re: A Trump Loss [Re: doctor_Encore] #15322363 10/18/20
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Originally Posted by doctor_Encore
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I am a 75 year old life long Republican. Last week I early voted for Biden, sometime when you hire some one they don't work out, that's the way I look at Trump.


I am trying too understand how "When you hire some one they don't work out" means regarding Trump? What did Trump not accomplish which compelled you to vote for Biden?


I would say the opposite.

Sometimes you hire someone and they exceed your expectations.

I wasn't thrilled with DJT as the R candidate last time but he really has given it a good effort. Not perfect for the corona lockdown was a mistake and healthcare reform didn't happen but these were not entirely his doing either. And he endured more subversion than any other president in modern history.

Overall the accomplishments of his 4 years is substantial and he deserves another 4 with a supporting cast in the House and Senate to take care of business.

Not to mention the alternative would be an unmitigated disaster.


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Re: A Trump Loss [Re: gahuntertom] #15322368 10/18/20
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Originally Posted by gahuntertom
Originally Posted by Old_Toot
Originally Posted by ISRO
Originally Posted by Old_Toot
The interest in and action of early voting says much. Whitey woke up and voted in 2016 and seems even more engaged for 2020.

I’m predicting a total blowout In trump’s favor like was done for Reagan back in the day.



I hope you are correct


Flave and gahuntertom among several others here nailed it in 2016 from the very beginning of the campaigns. Get their read on it.



I am a 75 year old life long Republican. Last week I early voted for Biden, sometime when you hire some one they don't work out, that's the way I look at Trump.



Congratulations you’re officially an idiot.

Re: A Trump Loss [Re: gahuntertom] #15322377 10/18/20
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Originally Posted by gahuntertom

I am a 75 year old life long Republican. Last week I early voted for Biden, sometime when you hire some one they don't work out, that's the way I look at Trump.


Did you drag your vagina on the way to vote?

Or carry it in a knapsack?

LOL

Re: A Trump Loss [Re: ISRO] #15322380 10/18/20
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Originally Posted by ISRO



Voted Trump last time, will again this time.............are you asking a hypothetical question about what may drive someone to vote democratic?

How people vote is usually driven with how the candidate/party aligns with their own personal view on a isuue/issues or potentially a dislike of a certain candidate based on a past political or personal event...........just some of the possibilities


ISRO,

Why not admit you're scared that Trump may grab you by your pussy?

LOL

You stupid fugk.

LOL

Re: A Trump Loss [Re: gahuntertom] #15322391 10/18/20
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Originally Posted by gahuntertom



I am a 75 year old life long Republican. Last week I early voted for Biden, sometime when you hire some one they don't work out, that's the way I look at Trump.

The only explanation I can think of is that you are suffering with the same affliction as Biden. Fortunately, this state is going Republican and your vote won’t affect the results.


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Re: A Trump Loss [Re: ISRO] #15322445 10/18/20
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There's dumbasses in every state, you have to be a deadbeat, freeloader or negro to vote dumocrat. I was worried about some of our older family members not voting, but thankfully biden-harris fixed all my worries. If Trump had a better mouth and manners he'd win in a landslide for sure.


Life is good live it while you can.
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Originally Posted by TrueGrit
There's dumbasses in every state, you have to be a deadbeat, freeloader or negro to vote dumocrat. I was worried about some of our older family members not voting, but thankfully biden-harris fixed all my worries. If Trump had a better mouth and manners he'd win in a landslide for sure.


Sure thing, Boomer.

Re: A Trump Loss [Re: gahuntertom] #15322472 10/18/20
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Originally Posted by gahuntertom
Originally Posted by Old_Toot
Originally Posted by ISRO
Originally Posted by Old_Toot
The interest in and action of early voting says much. Whitey woke up and voted in 2016 and seems even more engaged for 2020.

I’m predicting a total blowout In trump’s favor like was done for Reagan back in the day.



I hope you are correct


Flave and gahuntertom among several others here nailed it in 2016 from the very beginning of the campaigns. Get their read on it.



I am a 75 year old life long Republican. Last week I early voted for Biden, sometime when you hire some one they don't work out, that's the way I look at Trump.


What were you looking for from Trump that led to you the conclusion he did not work out??

Re: A Trump Loss [Re: deflave] #15322476 10/18/20
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Originally Posted by ISRO



Voted Trump last time, will again this time.............are you asking a hypothetical question about what may drive someone to vote democratic?

How people vote is usually driven with how the candidate/party aligns with their own personal view on a isuue/issues or potentially a dislike of a certain candidate based on a past political or personal event...........just some of the possibilities


ISRO,

Why not admit you're scared that Trump may grab you by your pussy?

LOL

You stupid fugk.

LOL






You can do better, regroup and come back

Re: A Trump Loss [Re: ISRO] #15322499 10/18/20
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I have to ask men, what's so funny about working hard and taking your Wife on a wedding anniversary safari?


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Re: A Trump Loss [Re: deflave] #15322505 10/18/20
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Originally Posted by deflave
Originally Posted by gahuntertom

I am a 75 year old life long Republican. Last week I early voted for Biden, sometime when you hire some one they don't work out, that's the way I look at Trump.


Did you drag your vagina on the way to vote?

Or carry it in a knapsack?

LOL



You can do better, regroup and come back

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