United States Politics: what can be, unburdened by what has been
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 Americacry  Americacry  Americacry  Americacry
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I still maintain Biden shouldn't have negotiated at all BUT given that this deal could end McCarthy, I'm all for it. The IRS changes are meaningless, and the increase for (existing) work requirements seem like a wash. This feels a lot like the bad deals Boehner would be forced into taking. But Boehner had the balls/power to keep his people in line for the most part, whereas I'm not sure McCarthy survives this as more details come out.
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Trump is going to host a year long party in Iowa for millions of people, organize 'Patriot Games', built a garden with statues and have the evangelicals pray for it.
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Democracy is saved

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DeSantis kind of reminds me of......Hillary Clinton. Just a terrible retain politician, questionable ability to relate with anyone, clear disdain for the media, not really good at attacking or competing with opponents.
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Its going to be tough going through another election without the input of Clayton Douglas.
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Holy shit, the girl just turned and walked away  lol



I'm quite worried we're actually going to see Kamala Harris ascend the throne at the worst possible moment.
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(06-01-2023, 09:30 PM)Nintex wrote:

Did Trump just make a self deprecating joke about how he tip toed down a ramp? Did not see that coming.

Also that tv station that clip is from looks absolutely bananas. Idiocracy come to life.
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https://www.axios.com/2023/05/31/chris-christie-presidential-campaign-2024-gop
Quote:Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is expected to announce his 2024 Republican candidacy for president next Tuesday in New Hampshire, Axios has learned.
Everybody in the pool!
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(06-02-2023, 12:59 AM)benji wrote: https://www.axios.com/2023/05/31/chris-christie-presidential-campaign-2024-gop
Quote:Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is expected to announce his 2024 Republican candidacy for president next Tuesday in New Hampshire, Axios has learned.
Everybody in the pool!

This is exactly how Trump won last  time. People running who have no business running, muddying debate stages.

I've noticed Trump is looking kind of rough right now in Iowa with some uninspired stops. But he didn't win Iowa last time and I wouldn't expect him to win it this time. Once the debates start he's gonna start clowning these people and build up momentum.
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The Right is getting better at music and it’s going to destroy the left. 

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Magadonians Dead

Our man has been watching Gladiator or some shit.
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Yes, please. Society
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  Heart Trumps   Heart   Juche  Heart

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Sorry Don, every season needs a jam for you to wiggle out of Trumps
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(06-05-2023, 06:27 PM)Nintex wrote: [Image: Fx38dQ6WAAYq4KJ?format=jpg]
Sorry Don, every season needs a jam for you to wiggle out of Trumps

Obama didn't have any documents, Don? My unproblematic king
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And benji made fun of the way this guy looks. ufup
https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/doug-burgum-2024-republican-primary/ wrote:Why Doug Burgum Could Surprise In The 2024 Republican Primary

So why does Burgum think he has a shot at the White House? Maybe because he’s gone from anonymous dark horse to Republican primary winner once before. In 2016, everyone assumed that then-North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem would be the state’s next governor. He led Burgum 59 percent to 10 percent in a February poll of the GOP primary, and he received the official endorsement of the North Dakota Republican Party at the party convention in April. But in the June primary, Burgum defeated Stenehjem 59 percent to 39 percent.

How did he pull it off? A big part of it was money. Burgum is a software executive — and a very successful one. He was an early investor in Great Plains Software, which he sold to Microsoft in 2001 for $1.1 billion. With the help of one William Gates of Seattle, Washington, he outraised Stenehjem at least $966,000 to $752,000 in that 2016 primary. And we say “at least” because that number doesn’t include whatever Burgum self-funded — at the time, North Dakota law didn’t require candidates to disclose contributions they made to their own campaign.

Burgum is reportedly going to use the same playbook in 2024: A source told ABC News that he will self-fund his presidential campaign. Considering that his net worth as of last year was reportedly more than $1 billion, he could probably pump several million dollars into the race without breaking a sweat. And that would immediately make him one of the primary’s top fundraisers. It was a couple months ago, but as of March 31, only two Republicans had raised more than $12 million or had at least that much money in the bank.
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So he's going to buy the Presidency?

Yall ain't ready for this campaign
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Trump indicted again. 



Edit: bad day for Mark Levin to not take his meds. 



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(06-09-2023, 01:57 AM)TylenolJones wrote:
"Did he sell them to the enemy? No, that's why we have the Espionage Act! ... They go after his attorneys, they make them testify ... that means he didn't have due process. His own lawyers were subject to interrogation."

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 Badass

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Thank you for your service!
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