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« on: August 06, 2017, 06:36:10 pm »

Why are Republicans so afraid to have hold town hall meetings?  If the Republican agenda is so popular shouldn't they be excited to hold these meetings?  Paul Ryan hasn't held a town hall meeting in over two years.  It's like they are ashamed of the work they do.
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« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2017, 03:44:25 am »

Or, they know they're trying to pull the wool over people's eyes...and the people know it, too.  So, avoiding confrontation means avoiding responsibility?  Hopefully they'll all be out after the next election...if the Supreme Court can fix this gerrymandering.
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« Reply #2 on: August 09, 2017, 04:54:19 pm »

Or, they know they're trying to pull the wool over people's eyes...and the people know it, too.  So, avoiding confrontation means avoiding responsibility?  Hopefully they'll all be out after the next election...if the Supreme Court can fix this gerrymandering.

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« Reply #3 on: August 14, 2017, 03:48:28 am »

Now they're really going to be scared to hold them. What Republican wants to---on live TV in front of their constituents---justify a #45 and David Duke worshiper running over people in Virginia and killing a woman?
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« Reply #4 on: August 14, 2017, 05:28:41 am »

Or, they know they're trying to pull the wool over people's eyes...and the people know it, too.  So, avoiding confrontation means avoiding responsibility?  Hopefully they'll all be out after the next election...if the Supreme Court can fix this gerrymandering.

 Roll Eyes




Apparently you didn't get the memo about the Supreme Court.. and the future of the Supreme Court.   By the way, gerrymandering is a tactic INVENTED by democrats but later used by Republicans.  Democraps often do things which backfire.. such as idiot Harry Reid jamming that Senate 51 vote rule into law.. instead of the 60 vote rule.  Harry never anticipated that the Republicans would have the Senate Majority.   
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« Reply #5 on: August 14, 2017, 10:00:42 pm »

Interesting, Frederick.  Care to expound?  What information have you found?  Care to put together a coherent argument?
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« Reply #6 on: August 15, 2017, 12:25:03 am »

Interesting, Frederick.  Care to expound?  What information have you found?  Care to put together a coherent argument?

SURE!  I never decline a request to expound upon my comments.

I said:
1.  "Apparently you didn't get the memo about the Supreme Court.. and the future of the Supreme Court.
2.  By the way, gerrymandering is a tactic INVENTED by democrats but later used by Republicans.
3.  Democraps often do things which backfire.. such as idiot Harry Reid jamming that Senate 51 vote rule into law.. instead of the 60 vote rule.  Harry never anticipated that the Republicans would have the Senate Majority."

1. The current 9 justices are:
    Current Members
"Conservative" John G. Roberts, Jr. 62
"Conservative" Clarence Thomas 69
"Conservative" Neil M. Gorsuch   50
"Conservative"  Samuel A. Alito, Jr.,  67
"Conservative"   Anthony M. Kennedy 81  due to retire NOW - quasi liberal
"Liberal"           Ruth Bader Ginsburg 84  Senile, due to die or retire now
"Liberal"           Stephen G. Breyer,  79  due to retire soon
"Liberal"          Sonia Sotomayor 63
"Liberal"          Elena Kagan  57
Currently 5 of the 9 justices are conservative.. actually more like 4.8 out of 9 since Kennedy is not very conservative.
Within Trump's first term,  Kennedy, Ginsburg, and Breyer will be replaced at a minimum.. making it 7 out of 9 conservative justices.
Goodbye Roe vs Wade!
Assuming Trump wins a 2nd term.. that would make the Supreme Court conservative for a long long time. 

2.  This one is tricky.. because the Gerrymandering was invented by the democrat leaning "Democratic Republican Party" of Madison & Jefferson in opposition to the Washington & Hamilton ideology which leaned Republican.  But.. both parties have their fingers in this one, so I would say both are equally to blame.   It is a disgusting practice.. which only exists in the USA.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democratic-Republican_Party

3.  The "Nuclear Option"...   http://www.politico.com/story/2013/11/harry-reid-nuclear-option-100199
http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/312540-schumer-regrets-dems-triggering-nuclear-option

I would like to add one more thing.. If Hillary Clinton had won the 2016 election.. the USA would now be on the Highway to Hell.   I have no doubt that the moonbats will eventually destroy the USA, but hopefully they won't be able to do it within my lifetime.  If Hillary won, they would have. 

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« Reply #7 on: August 15, 2017, 01:13:54 am »

Interesting, Frederick.  Care to expound?  What information have you found?  Care to put together a coherent argument?

SURE!  I never decline a request to expound upon my comments.

I said:
1.  "Apparently you didn't get the memo about the Supreme Court.. and the future of the Supreme Court.
2.  By the way, gerrymandering is a tactic INVENTED by democrats but later used by Republicans.
3.  Democraps often do things which backfire.. such as idiot Harry Reid jamming that Senate 51 vote rule into law.. instead of the 60 vote rule.  Harry never anticipated that the Republicans would have the Senate Majority."

1. The current 9 justices are:
    Current Members
"Conservative" John G. Roberts, Jr. 62
"Conservative" Clarence Thomas 69
"Conservative" Neil M. Gorsuch   50
"Conservative"  Samuel A. Alito, Jr.,  67
"Conservative"   Anthony M. Kennedy 81  due to retire NOW - quasi liberal
"Liberal"           Ruth Bader Ginsburg 84  Senile, due to die or retire now
"Liberal"           Stephen G. Breyer,  79  due to retire soon
"Liberal"          Sonia Sotomayor 63
"Liberal"          Elena Kagan  57
Currently 5 of the 9 justices are conservative.. actually more like 4.8 out of 9 since Kennedy is not very conservative.
Within Trump's first term,  Kennedy, Ginsburg, and Breyer will be replaced at a minimum.. making it 7 out of 9 conservative justices.
Goodbye Roe vs Wade!
Assuming Trump wins a 2nd term.. that would make the Supreme Court conservative for a long long time. 

2.  This one is tricky.. because the Gerrymandering was invented by the democrat leaning "Democratic Republican Party" of Madison & Jefferson in opposition to the Washington & Hamilton ideology which leaned Republican.  But.. both parties have their fingers in this one, so I would say both are equally to blame.   It is a disgusting practice.. which only exists in the USA.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democratic-Republican_Party

3.  The "Nuclear Option"...   http://www.politico.com/story/2013/11/harry-reid-nuclear-option-100199
http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/312540-schumer-regrets-dems-triggering-nuclear-option

I would like to add one more thing.. If Hillary Clinton had won the 2016 election.. the USA would now be on the Highway to Hell.   I have no doubt that the moonbats will eventually destroy the USA, but hopefully they won't be able to do it within my lifetime.  If Hillary won, they would have. 



Wow!

That's what I call a detailed answer!

 with love


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« Reply #8 on: August 15, 2017, 01:42:54 am »

Interesting, Frederick.  Care to expound?  What information have you found?  Care to put together a coherent argument?

SURE!  I never decline a request to expound upon my comments.

I said:
1.  "Apparently you didn't get the memo about the Supreme Court.. and the future of the Supreme Court.
2.  By the way, gerrymandering is a tactic INVENTED by democrats but later used by Republicans.
3.  Democraps often do things which backfire.. such as idiot Harry Reid jamming that Senate 51 vote rule into law.. instead of the 60 vote rule.  Harry never anticipated that the Republicans would have the Senate Majority."

1. The current 9 justices are:
    Current Members
"Conservative" John G. Roberts, Jr. 62
"Conservative" Clarence Thomas 69
"Conservative" Neil M. Gorsuch   50
"Conservative"  Samuel A. Alito, Jr.,  67
"Conservative"   Anthony M. Kennedy 81  due to retire NOW - quasi liberal
"Liberal"           Ruth Bader Ginsburg 84  Senile, due to die or retire now
"Liberal"           Stephen G. Breyer,  79  due to retire soon
"Liberal"          Sonia Sotomayor 63
"Liberal"          Elena Kagan  57
Currently 5 of the 9 justices are conservative.. actually more like 4.8 out of 9 since Kennedy is not very conservative.
Within Trump's first term,  Kennedy, Ginsburg, and Breyer will be replaced at a minimum.. making it 7 out of 9 conservative justices.
Goodbye Roe vs Wade!
Assuming Trump wins a 2nd term.. that would make the Supreme Court conservative for a long long time. 

2.  This one is tricky.. because the Gerrymandering was invented by the democrat leaning "Democratic Republican Party" of Madison & Jefferson in opposition to the Washington & Hamilton ideology which leaned Republican.  But.. both parties have their fingers in this one, so I would say both are equally to blame.   It is a disgusting practice.. which only exists in the USA.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democratic-Republican_Party

3.  The "Nuclear Option"...   http://www.politico.com/story/2013/11/harry-reid-nuclear-option-100199
http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/312540-schumer-regrets-dems-triggering-nuclear-option

I would like to add one more thing.. If Hillary Clinton had won the 2016 election.. the USA would now be on the Highway to Hell.   I have no doubt that the moonbats will eventually destroy the USA, but hopefully they won't be able to do it within my lifetime.  If Hillary won, they would have. 



Wow!

That's what I call a detailed answer!

 with love




Aw, shucks! 

 Big hug
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« Reply #9 on: August 15, 2017, 09:01:54 am »


Assuming Trump wins a 2nd term.. that would make the Supreme Court conservative for a long long time. 
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Yeah, that's an interesting conjecture.  How many popular votes are you expecting him to win by?
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« Reply #10 on: August 15, 2017, 09:21:44 am »

That depends on you many illegals vote.
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« Reply #11 on: August 15, 2017, 10:56:59 am »

Assuming Trump wins a 2nd term.. that would make the Supreme Court conservative for a long long time. 

Yeah, that's an interesting conjecture.  How many popular votes are you expecting him to win by?
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Apparently, you still have not figured out that popular votes mean NOTHING!
If they did, Trump would have spent some time and money in California and New York.. and contested the massive fraud there.. and won the popular vote as well.    I guess you think you live in the United State of California.

I would add that after the stupid recounts of votes were done after the election, Trump actually GAINED votes, not lost.  And Trump also picked up 5 more electoral votes because Hillary's electors flipped.  Trump had only 2 flip.
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« Reply #12 on: August 16, 2017, 11:32:36 pm »

Assuming Trump wins a 2nd term.. that would make the Supreme Court conservative for a long long time. 

Yeah, that's an interesting conjecture.  How many popular votes are you expecting him to win by?

Apparently, you still have not figured out that popular votes mean NOTHING!
If they did, Trump would have spent some time and money in California and New York.. and contested the massive fraud there.. and won the popular vote as well.    I guess you think you live in the United State of California.

I would add that after the stupid recounts of votes were done after the election, Trump actually GAINED votes, not lost.  And Trump also picked up 5 more electoral votes because Hillary's electors flipped.  Trump had only 2 flip.
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What's that about massive fraud?
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« Reply #13 on: August 17, 2017, 04:30:47 am »

Assuming Trump wins a 2nd term.. that would make the Supreme Court conservative for a long long time. 

Yeah, that's an interesting conjecture.  How many popular votes are you expecting him to win by?

Apparently, you still have not figured out that popular votes mean NOTHING!
If they did, Trump would have spent some time and money in California and New York.. and contested the massive fraud there.. and won the popular vote as well.    I guess you think you live in the United State of California.

I would add that after the stupid recounts of votes were done after the election, Trump actually GAINED votes, not lost.  And Trump also picked up 5 more electoral votes because Hillary's electors flipped.  Trump had only 2 flip.


What's that about massive fraud?
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The massive fraud in California.. in which 11 million illegal immigrants were able to vote for the first time in a presidential election.  I don't think many of them were Trump voters.
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« Reply #14 on: August 17, 2017, 07:22:23 pm »

Assuming Trump wins a 2nd term.. that would make the Supreme Court conservative for a long long time. 

Yeah, that's an interesting conjecture.  How many popular votes are you expecting him to win by?

Apparently, you still have not figured out that popular votes mean NOTHING!
If they did, Trump would have spent some time and money in California and New York.. and contested the massive fraud there.. and won the popular vote as well.    I guess you think you live in the United State of California.

I would add that after the stupid recounts of votes were done after the election, Trump actually GAINED votes, not lost.  And Trump also picked up 5 more electoral votes because Hillary's electors flipped.  Trump had only 2 flip.


What's that about massive fraud?

The massive fraud in California.. in which 11 million illegal immigrants were able to vote for the first time in a presidential election.  I don't think many of them were Trump voters.
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Hahahahahahaha!   Oh, you're hilarious!
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« Reply #15 on: August 17, 2017, 08:01:16 pm »

Assuming Trump wins a 2nd term.. that would make the Supreme Court conservative for a long long time. 

Yeah, that's an interesting conjecture.  How many popular votes are you expecting him to win by?

Apparently, you still have not figured out that popular votes mean NOTHING!
If they did, Trump would have spent some time and money in California and New York.. and contested the massive fraud there.. and won the popular vote as well.    I guess you think you live in the United State of California.

I would add that after the stupid recounts of votes were done after the election, Trump actually GAINED votes, not lost.  And Trump also picked up 5 more electoral votes because Hillary's electors flipped.  Trump had only 2 flip.


What's that about massive fraud?

The massive fraud in California.. in which 11 million illegal immigrants were able to vote for the first time in a presidential election.  I don't think many of them were Trump voters.

Hahahahahahaha!   Oh, you're hilarious!
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Judging by your ever extending red line.. and my now 100 level green line.. one of us must be a moron. 

That reminds me.. a classic example of someone who is insane is someone who laughs for no apparent reason. 
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