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    • #17
      It’s comical watching the guys running Bloomberg’s campaign trying to paint trump in a negative way without ****ting on Obama because he is so reliant on his his endorsement. πŸ˜‚. β€˜ yea the economic tanked under him and and boomed under him but I can do better because I’m more of a billionaire, πŸ˜‚

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      • #18
        Trump will win 2020 πŸ‘

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        • #19
          To inquire about the self ban bets I offer please pm. I will leave this site for one year if your canidatate wins(you do the same). My candidate is trump.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by 69bronco View Post
            To inquire about the self ban bets I offer please pm. I will leave this site for one year if your canidatate wins(you do the same). My candidate is trump.
            Why would we want you banned? We love when you become totally unhinged.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by BroncoBuff View Post

              AND ... and this the part that really has me excited: Bloomberg's campaign has hired a couple of psychologists versed in narcissistic personality disorder to work with a couple of comedy writers to come up with lines that will destroy Trump's ego and energize independent voters. Omg I cannot wait!
              OMG OMG OMG

              How you feelin now?

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              • #22
                Clint Eastwood Ditches Donald Trump for Mike Bloomberg in 2020 Election

                https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/...173420544.html

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Rohirrim View Post
                  Clint Eastwood Ditches Donald Trump for Mike Bloomberg in 2020 Election

                  https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/...173420544.html

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                  When you’ve lost Clint Eastwood...

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by rmsanger View Post



                    I think the dems are trying to purge the remaining blue dogs within their party as well.
                    The Blue Dogs are few and far between and since most have already left the party, the Red Rainbow is consolidating power. Obama was the first hard left shove, and now Sanders rise to prominence only goes to put the nails in the coffin. The Democrats aren't the blue collar Middle America party they once were. Now they're overflowing with radicals and their pet illegal aliens.

                    "Our country is your country."

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Rohirrim View Post
                      Clint Eastwood Ditches Donald Trump for Mike Bloomberg in 2020 Election
                      He's actually always been a flighty moron.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by DenverBrit View Post
                        He's also picking up steam. Trump will need a trailer of Depends.
                        Bwahaha!
                        Warren kicked his sorry ass!

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by elsid13 View Post
                          Bloomberg really is Rockefeller Republican, but the Republican has purged that side of the party. Hopefully Democrats are not that stupid in the future and purge the moderate/centralist.
                          The "Rockefeller Republican" is just another word for neocon. Which is the same thing as a neolib. Or a "third way Democrat." They've been effectively purged from the Republican party with little chance of gaining influence for some time to come. The Republican civil war is effectively over. The people won, the establishment lost.

                          The civil war has moved to the Democrat party where the Rockefeller Republicans/Neocon/Neolib/Clintonista/etc are now at war to defeat Bernie Sanders, the peoples' choice candidate. This can only go so many ways. History is in the balance. Do the neolibs maintain control of the party or do the people wrest it into control so they can put up their peoples' champion vs. ours.

                          ​​​​My guess: you will see your peoples' champion bend the knee, just like he did last time and the neoliberal queen will take her rightful place as the party champion - the great unifier...

                          ... And sweep to victory?
                          ...or, lose like always?

                          To be continued...

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                          • #28
                            I'm rooting for Bernie to win he nomination. I believe the American people will come out of the woodwork to defeat a communist kook like Bernie, which is how he'll be portrayed whether anyone likes it or not. The meme warfare this cycle is going to be for history books.

                            I think a Bernie candidacy makes this all very meaningful. Democratic Socialism vs. American Free Enterprise seems like an unfair fight, but apparently society needs to be reminded of this now and again.

                            He wont win, though, because the game is rigged. That will have its advantages too, because people are becoming more wise to the reality of this every single day. Watching the neolibs steal your nomination for the second time around will be a bridge too far for too many. And then watching him kiss the ring because of the paperwork he signed.

                            By the time the election comes around, half of the Bernie Bros are going to be chanting "lock her up!"

                            And guess what?


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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Taco John View Post

                              The "Rockefeller Republican" is just another word for neocon. Which is the same thing as a neolib. Or a "third way Democrat." They've been effectively purged from the Republican party with little chance of gaining influence for some time to come. The Republican civil war is effectively over. The people won, the establishment lost.

                              The civil war has moved to the Democrat party where the Rockefeller Republicans/Neocon/Neolib/Clintonista/etc are now at war to defeat Bernie Sanders, the peoples' choice candidate. This can only go so many ways. History is in the balance. Do the neolibs maintain control of the party or do the people wrest it into control so they can put up their peoples' champion vs. ours.

                              ​​​​My guess: you will see your peoples' champion bend the knee, just like he did last time and the neoliberal queen will take her rightful place as the party champion - the great unifier...

                              ... And sweep to victory?
                              ...or, lose like always?

                              To be continued...
                              A NEOCON is not a Rockefeller Republican. There are a lot of difference. Using Wiki because I am to tired this morning:

                              IN domestic policy, Rockefeller Republicans were typically moderate to center-right economically,[2] vehemently rejected conservatives like Barry Goldwater and had social policies that were often culturally liberal. They espoused government and private investments in environmentalism, healthcare, and higher education as necessities for a better society and economic growth in the tradition of Rockefeller. They were strong supporters of state colleges and universities, low tuition and large research budgets. They favored infrastructure improvements such as highway projects.

                              In general, Rockefeller Republicans opposed socialism and government ownership, though they supported some regulation of business. They typically favored New Deal programs and a social safety net and sought to run these programs more efficiently than the Democrats.[12] They were strong supporters of big business and Wall Street. Many Rockefeller Republicans were major figures in business, such as auto executive George W. Romney and investment banker C. Douglas Dillon.[citation needed] In fiscal policy, they favored balanced budgets and were not averse to raising taxes in order to achieve them. Connecticut Senator Prescott Bush once called for Congress to "raise the required revenues by approving whatever levels of taxation may be necessary".[13] A critical element was their support for labor unions and especially the building trades appreciated the heavy spending on infrastructure. In turn, the unions gave these politicians enough support to overcome the anti-union rural element in the Republican Party. As the unions weakened after the 1970s, so too did the need for Republicans to cooperate with them. This transformation played into the hands of the more conservative Republicans, who did not want to collaborate with labor unions in the first place and now no longer needed to do so to carry statewide elections.[14]

                              In foreign policy, they tended to be Hamiltonian, espousing internationalist and realist policies, supporting the United Nations and promoting American business interests abroad. Most wanted to use American power in cooperation with allies to fight against the spread of Soviet communism and help American business expand abroad. Richard Nixon, a moderate establishment Republican within the party's contemporary ideological framework, was influenced by this tradition.

                              https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rockefeller_Republican

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                              • #30
                                Yeah, same thing.

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