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8 hours ago, Cryingdick said:

 

You can't seriously think that was anything more than a dumpster fire at the debate. For a moment I thought Bloomberg was going to peel off his human mask revealing he is a reptilian and lashing his tongue and make hissing noises. 

 

I had never paid much attention to Bloomberg before but I can't think of anybody in sufficient numbers his cold, callous, manners would appeal to. He is like Trump with more money, less character and no humor. 

 

He made Warren look powerful as she towered over him with her accusations. 

I did say before the debate that Bloomberg has the charisma of a wet paper bag, so not surprised he got a roasting. I am surprised no one in his campaign told him not to participate,

 

I'm hoping Warren gets the nomination. The debates would be awesome.

 

Is there going to be a Republican selection, or is Trump the candidate by default? Can't see a potential challenger getting much in the way of donations.

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40 minutes ago, Chiphigh said:

If you want me to explain it to you, I can. 

 

The left constantly touts their virtue because of who they support and pretend they have the moral high ground because of their ideological preference,all the while telling others that they do not possess integrity because of who they support. 

 

It happens on this forum every day in multiple subjects 

Thanks for the explanation, maybe next time look in a dictionary first.

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10 hours ago, Cryingdick said:

 

You can't seriously think that was anything more than a dumpster fire at the debate. For a moment I thought Bloomberg was going to peel off his human mask revealing he is a reptilian and lashing his tongue and make hissing noises. 

 

I had never paid much attention to Bloomberg before but I can't think of anybody in sufficient numbers his cold, callous, manners would appeal to. He is like Trump with more money, less character and no humor. 

 

He made Warren look powerful as she towered over him with her accusations. 

Oh I donno he kinda looked like a manager not used to beeing challenged that beeing said he dident look incompetent certainly not a people person more of a facts kinda guy now on the other hand the reptile and towering over comments are straight out the 3 grade elementary school play book of course I could lower my comments to the trump play book level and say warrens horse face lesbian comment was self projection lol he would be soooo much better than trump 

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2 hours ago, Tug said:

I disagree it’s painfully obvious trump is corrupt to anyone with a clear head that goes way beyond political party that speaks to the preservation of our democracy as far as Bernie Sanders he is not my choice but I will vote for him over trump in a heart beat and depend on our system of checks and ballences to keep him from going to far

This is an unfortunate comment. 

 

It sadly shines light on those whose personal bias toward an individual mask any reasonable attempt to type a lucid, compelling perspective.

 

SIT   

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On 2/21/2020 at 7:14 AM, thaibeachlovers said:

I did say before the debate that Bloomberg has the charisma of a wet paper bag, so not surprised he got a roasting. I am surprised no one in his campaign told him not to participate,

 

I'm hoping Warren gets the nomination. The debates would be awesome.

 

Is there going to be a Republican selection, or is Trump the candidate by default? Can't see a potential challenger getting much in the way of donations.

"Is there going to be a Republican selection, or is Trump the candidate by default?"....

 

Trump has 98% of the Republican base in his back pocket. Why would anyone be so insane as to challenge him? He was elected for what he said he'd do for the country and he's delivering on most. A booming economy, new trade deals in place with China, Mexico and Canada, lowest unemployment on record nearly across the board, the stock market at new highs, etc. What's not to like?

 

Too bad he can't be the Prez longer than 8 years.

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