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paddyor wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:Got to admire the Democrats for so effectively persuading the simple of thought that it is the Republicans, and not themselves, that are the natural home of racists.
Random.

What would the victims of racism know about the natural home of racism.

I think he’s been reading the Fox comments section.
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shanky wrote:
paddyor wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:Got to admire the Democrats for so effectively persuading the simple of thought that it is the Republicans, and not themselves, that are the natural home of racists.
Random.

What would the victims of racism know about the natural home of racism.

I think he’s been reading the Fox comments section.
I think you have no idea of the history of the Democrats.
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Mick Mannock wrote:
shanky wrote:
paddyor wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:Got to admire the Democrats for so effectively persuading the simple of thought that it is the Republicans, and not themselves, that are the natural home of racists.
Random.

What would the victims of racism know about the natural home of racism.

I think he’s been reading the Fox comments section.
I think you have no idea of the history of the Democrats.
Once LBJ signed the Civil Rights Act I don't think they took much persuading. The whole "we have lost the South for a generation" thing may well be apocryphal, but the Rednecks weren't going to stick around were they?
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Switch to using mercury instead of milk on your corn flakes each morning Mick?
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Floppykid wrote:Switch to using mercury instead of milk on your corn flakes each morning Mick?
Another boggie that talks in riddles.
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Mick Mannock wrote:
shanky wrote:
paddyor wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:Got to admire the Democrats for so effectively persuading the simple of thought that it is the Republicans, and not themselves, that are the natural home of racists.
Random.

What would the victims of racism know about the natural home of racism.

I think he’s been reading the Fox comments section.
I think you have no idea of the history of the Democrats.
You’re better than this Mick

Each party has changed sides/tack about 3 times.
:thumbup:
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Mick Mannock wrote:
shanky wrote:
paddyor wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:Got to admire the Democrats for so effectively persuading the simple of thought that it is the Republicans, and not themselves, that are the natural home of racists.
Random.

What would the victims of racism know about the natural home of racism.

I think he’s been reading the Fox comments section.
I think you have no idea of the history of the Democrats.
No, everyone knows. The confederate statues are to a man figures from the democratic past.
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:lol:
I like that he honestly thought he was going to blow everyone’s mind with his recently discovered fact about the original US party of racism.

I know what’s next from this newcomer to history through infowars - “Nazis were socialists!! It’s in their name and everything!!”
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paddyor wrote:Image

Recycling a 4 year old t shirt?
I still have an Obama 'Change' shirt from 2009.
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Mick Mannock wrote:Got to admire the Democrats for so effectively persuading the simple of thought that it is the Republicans, and not themselves, that are the natural home of racists.
The natural home for racists is obviously the Republicans The Dems may have their past racism as well and somewhat abuse identity politics. However the Republicans both as a party and their supporters are probably not appealing to a black voter as they will do nothing for them about the historic inequality. Even not out of malice, but out of their small government/don't interfere obsession.
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eldanielfire wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:Got to admire the Democrats for so effectively persuading the simple of thought that it is the Republicans, and not themselves, that are the natural home of racists.
The natural home for racists is obviously the Republicans The Dems may have their past racism as well and somewhat abuse identity politics. However the Republicans both as a party and their supporters are probably not appealing to a black voter as they will do nothing for them about the historic inequality. Even not out of malice, but out of their small government/don't interfere obsession.
:lol:
GOP aren’t about small govt - they are about massive govt and ever-extending reach, just not when it comes to health or education or providing services to normal people. The ‘small government’ bullsh*t is a farce to con morons that don’t read articles past the headline. No offense.
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towny wrote:
eldanielfire wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:Got to admire the Democrats for so effectively persuading the simple of thought that it is the Republicans, and not themselves, that are the natural home of racists.
The natural home for racists is obviously the Republicans The Dems may have their past racism as well and somewhat abuse identity politics. However the Republicans both as a party and their supporters are probably not appealing to a black voter as they will do nothing for them about the historic inequality. Even not out of malice, but out of their small government/don't interfere obsession.
:lol:
GOP aren’t about small govt - they are about massive govt and ever-extending reach, just not when it comes to health or education or providing services to normal people. The ‘small government’ bullsh*t is a farce to con morons that don’t read articles past the headline. No offense.
I'm completely aware what the GOP is actually about. I'll make the statement more accurate despite the obvious point I'm making them: Much of the GOP base are all about small government in USA society while being utterly blind to the massive and growing Military industrial complex they send ever more money on.
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towny wrote:
eldanielfire wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:Got to admire the Democrats for so effectively persuading the simple of thought that it is the Republicans, and not themselves, that are the natural home of racists.
The natural home for racists is obviously the Republicans The Dems may have their past racism as well and somewhat abuse identity politics. However the Republicans both as a party and their supporters are probably not appealing to a black voter as they will do nothing for them about the historic inequality. Even not out of malice, but out of their small government/don't interfere obsession.
:lol:
GOP aren’t about small govt - they are about massive govt and ever-extending reach, just not when it comes to health or education or providing services to normal people. The ‘small government’ bullsh*t is a farce to con morons that don’t read articles past the headline. No offense.
You're not necessarily wrong but it depends on the subject.
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Mick Mannock wrote:
shanky wrote:
paddyor wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:Got to admire the Democrats for so effectively persuading the simple of thought that it is the Republicans, and not themselves, that are the natural home of racists.
Random.

What would the victims of racism know about the natural home of racism.

I think he’s been reading the Fox comments section.
I think you have no idea of the history of the Democrats.
This is one of the more tiresome gotcha points from the right. Tiresome because it's so weak, yet they seem to think it's a killer.

Everyone knows that the Democrat party - particularly in the South - was problematic. Everyone knows that Lincoln was a Republican. That is history. Things have changed. And they were consciously changed by the Republicans, who actively courted the racist South in the 60s.

Prior to the Civil Rights Act, the split in America was not between Republican and Democrat, but between North and South. Which you can see in the voting records of the two parties when it came to the Civil Rights Act, which was overwhelmingly supported by both parties in the northern states and overwhelmingly opposed by both parties in the South.

The Republicans saw an opportunity and consciously courted those racist southerners. And very rapidly the south went from blue to red. So your first comment should actually read "Got to admire the Republicans for so effectively persuading the simple-of-thought racists that they are the natural home of racism." because that's exactly what they did.
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The BBC's run down of the VP choices:

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-53088353
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I am personally very concerned that Biden will lose this election. He appeared so old and weak, people are not going to trust him to empower him with the job. Trump will have a field day demolishing him...

Who is the third candidate? Can he be a viable option?
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TheFrog wrote:I am personally very concerned that Biden will lose this election. He appeared so old and weak, people are not going to trust him to empower him with the job. Trump will have a field day demolishing him...

Who is the third candidate? Can he be a viable option?
That's just silly. Nearly every word is like a shit Republican ad that people repeat ad infinitum
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TheFrog wrote:I am personally very concerned that Biden will lose this election. He appeared so old and weak, people are not going to trust him to empower him with the job. Trump will have a field day demolishing him...

Who is the third candidate? Can he be a viable option?
He's handled every dem opponent fine, he destroyed golden boy Ryan in a debate only 4 years ago.
He's a slower in cadence but he isn't frail.

Trump was demonstrating his water drinking abilities and pretending to slouch down a ramp at his latest limp noodle rally.
I get being pessimistic and I agree Biden is too old, but don't give Trump more credit than he deserves.
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Floppykid wrote:
TheFrog wrote:I am personally very concerned that Biden will lose this election. He appeared so old and weak, people are not going to trust him to empower him with the job. Trump will have a field day demolishing him...

Who is the third candidate? Can he be a viable option?
He's handled every dem opponent fine, he destroyed golden boy Ryan in a debate only 4 years ago.
He's a slower in cadence but he isn't frail.

Trump was demonstrating his water drinking abilities and pretending to slouch down a ramp at his latest limp noodle rally.
I get being pessimistic and I agree Biden is too old, but don't give Trump more credit than he deserves.
Biden will have a comfortable and healthy lead going into this I agree.

However, the worry is rightly, Biden will be on his own and will have to think for himself and no pre-prepared questions. If Trump continues to fire at home and land shots as he tends to do, Biden will be in headlights.

Does that mean people will switch from Biden to Trump. No. But the apathy will mean they don't vote and Donald will win. (speculating but it's a fair chance this might happen.)
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Floppykid wrote:
TheFrog wrote:I am personally very concerned that Biden will lose this election. He appeared so old and weak, people are not going to trust him to empower him with the job. Trump will have a field day demolishing him...

Who is the third candidate? Can he be a viable option?
He's handled every dem opponent fine, he destroyed golden boy Ryan in a debate only 4 years ago.
He's a slower in cadence but he isn't frail.
Wasn’t Ryan 2012?

Is that you Joe?
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Oh god, yeah, what day is it? :lol:
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TheFrog wrote:I am personally very concerned that Biden will lose this election. He appeared so old and weak, people are not going to trust him to empower him with the job. Trump will have a field day demolishing him...

Who is the third candidate? Can he be a viable option?
Biden will win this election by default looking at the polls.
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Democracy is on its last legs, seemingly.
Multinationals/corporations/global enterprises pushing forward candidates to placate the masses.
No natural leaders in sight.
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eldanielfire wrote:
paddyor wrote:Image

Recycling a 4 year old t shirt?
I still have an Obama 'Change' shirt from 2009.
Held a garage sale this past weekend and a lady came in wearing a Perot '92 T-shirt.
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eldanielfire wrote:
TheFrog wrote:I am personally very concerned that Biden will lose this election. He appeared so old and weak, people are not going to trust him to empower him with the job. Trump will have a field day demolishing him...

Who is the third candidate? Can he be a viable option?
Biden will win this election by default looking at the polls.
Hillary lost an election she couldnt lose
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TheFrog wrote:I am personally very concerned that Biden will lose this election. He appeared so old and weak, people are not going to trust him to empower him with the job. Trump will have a field day demolishing him...

Who is the third candidate? Can he be a viable option?
Jo Jorgensen for the Libertarians - professor at Clemson, their first female nominee
Howie Hawkins for the Greens - Green Party US co-founder, routinely runs for the Greens in New York
Don Blankenship for the Constitution Party - coal executive from West Virginia - party to the Republicans' right
Rocky De La Fuente for the Alliance/Reform/American Delta/Natural Law parties - rich Mexican-American businessman from San Diego - more centrist-minded parties
Gloria La Riva for Party for Socialism & Liberation/Peace & Freedom/Liberty Union parties - modern-day communists
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Flyin Ryan wrote:
eldanielfire wrote:
paddyor wrote:Image

Recycling a 4 year old t shirt?
I still have an Obama 'Change' shirt from 2009.
Held a garage sale this past weekend and a lady came in wearing a Perot '92 T-shirt.
Had it been a yard sale you may have gotten a different class of clientele :P

EDIT: And I still have my Obama/Biden 2008 yard sign nailed to the wall of my garage.
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Winnie wrote:
eldanielfire wrote:
TheFrog wrote:I am personally very concerned that Biden will lose this election. He appeared so old and weak, people are not going to trust him to empower him with the job. Trump will have a field day demolishing him...

Who is the third candidate? Can he be a viable option?
Biden will win this election by default looking at the polls.
Hillary lost an election she couldnt lose
While it's a long way out, there is a huge difference in the relative positions right now
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Biden isn't being Hillaried.
2016 should make everyone weary and the stakes are high, but it was a freak election in many ways.
A lot of events converged to get Trump through on a very slim margin.
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Flyin Ryan wrote:
TheFrog wrote:I am personally very concerned that Biden will lose this election. He appeared so old and weak, people are not going to trust him to empower him with the job. Trump will have a field day demolishing him...

Who is the third candidate? Can he be a viable option?
Jo Jorgensen for the Libertarians - professor at Clemson, their first female nominee
Howie Hawkins for the Greens - Green Party US co-founder, routinely runs for the Greens in New York
Don Blankenship for the Constitution Party - coal executive from West Virginia - party to the Republicans' right
Rocky De La Fuente for the Alliance/Reform/American Delta/Natural Law parties - rich Mexican-American businessman from San Diego - more centrist-minded parties
Gloria La Riva for Party for Socialism & Liberation/Peace & Freedom/Liberty Union parties - modern-day communists
Do you think Jesse Ventura will draw some attention if he decides to throw his hat in the ring?
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I just hope that Biden selects somebody competent as VP, because sure as hell they’ll succeed him at some stage.
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Winnie wrote:
eldanielfire wrote:
TheFrog wrote:I am personally very concerned that Biden will lose this election. He appeared so old and weak, people are not going to trust him to empower him with the job. Trump will have a field day demolishing him...

Who is the third candidate? Can he be a viable option?
Biden will win this election by default looking at the polls.
Hillary lost an election she couldnt lose

Yeah but Trump's rhetoric was always going to be weaker 2nd time round as he's been still pro-corporate backhanders etc. Likewise the Coronvirus has f#cked his polls. No Coronavirus then Trump had a decent change of winning.
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I got into a debate with another gentleman with a curious Point. There's an idea that considering that collapsed causes by the Coronavirus of healthcare and work in economy which required a big government response and the political unrest regarding to the police state. Is it possible that if this would have happened about six months earlier it would have been perfect opportunity for Bernie to succeed? I think so.

I think because as it happened now, it has allowed
Joe Biden's empathy and competence are allowing him to separate himself from Trump. Not saying it's a slam dunk but I think it allows them to draw the contrast needed at this crucial time.
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4071 wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
shanky wrote:
paddyor wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:Got to admire the Democrats for so effectively persuading the simple of thought that it is the Republicans, and not themselves, that are the natural home of racists.
Random.

What would the victims of racism know about the natural home of racism.

I think he’s been reading the Fox comments section.
I think you have no idea of the history of the Democrats.
This is one of the more tiresome gotcha points from the right. Tiresome because it's so weak, yet they seem to think it's a killer.

Everyone knows that the Democrat party - particularly in the South - was problematic. Everyone knows that Lincoln was a Republican. That is history. Things have changed. And they were consciously changed by the Republicans, who actively courted the racist South in the 60s.

Prior to the Civil Rights Act, the split in America was not between Republican and Democrat, but between North and South. Which you can see in the voting records of the two parties when it came to the Civil Rights Act, which was overwhelmingly supported by both parties in the northern states and overwhelmingly opposed by both parties in the South.

The Republicans saw an opportunity and consciously courted those racist southerners. And very rapidly the south went from blue to red. So your first comment should actually read "Got to admire the Republicans for so effectively persuading the simple-of-thought racists that they are the natural home of racism." because that's exactly what they did.
We can go and find all of the times Lee Atwater talked about how this was a clear strategy by the Republicans. Or we can remember that 1980 Ronald Reagan announces candidacy at the Mississippi State Fair in neshoba County, which of the site of where the three young men were killed that led to the FBI investigation. Fo those that dont know, that was what Mississippi Burning was about. Reagan was there talking about states rights.
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Kamala is the obvious choice for VP.

She'll probably knife Biden with the 25th amendment within hours of the inauguration.
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Bindi wrote:Kamala is the obvious choice for VP.

She'll probably knife Biden with the 25th amendment within hours of the inauguration.
Weren't you a fan of hers? I just remember because I really could not find many of them, here, in real life, in the media...despite the fact that she looked great on paper.

Mind if I ask why? (assuming my memory serves)
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fonzeee wrote:
Bindi wrote:Kamala is the obvious choice for VP.

She'll probably knife Biden with the 25th amendment within hours of the inauguration.
Weren't you a fan of hers? I just remember because I really could not find many of them, here, in real life, in the media...despite the fact that she looked great on paper.

Mind if I ask why? (assuming my memory serves)
I do like her (in a relative sense). She comes across well in the interviews I've seen - smart and articulate. She seems to sit in the centre of the Dems - not a repub in disguise and not an AOC which would absolutely turn off a lot of the country.
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Just please not Stacey Abrams. :uhoh:
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Sensible Stephen wrote:Just please not Stacey Abrams. :uhoh:
She's a decent bet. Kamala's record as a prosecutor is sure to come under scrutiny in this climate. Might be more than Biden's team would like to have to handle.
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fonzeee wrote:
Sensible Stephen wrote:Just please not Stacey Abrams. :uhoh:
She's a decent bet. Kamala's record as a prosecutor is sure to come under scrutiny in this climate. Might be more than Biden's team would like to have to handle.
The prosecutor stuff is a downside for Dems on the Left (and thus the primaries). Highly doubt it's an issue for the broader public.

I note Susan Rice is on the list. She does not take any shit at all. Could be quite good too. The Repubs would try to go Benghazi on her, but she's talented enough to destroy that (given every enquiry they launched found she hadn't misled the public).
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