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I think her beliefs, and ideas are BS, but shes in the right to be upset about this.
This sounds more like what the Dems do than Republicans with their boycotts, and such, but no it's a Republican.
I can see boycotting a terrorist government like Palestinians have, and stopping commerce with them, but to force someone to support a government is not right, or constitutional.

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I think the Dems, and Repubs need to do that same thing. The Republican.s tried, and was co opted by the same people who they tried to leave.


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When is Candace Owens going to run for President?
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Without freedom like in socialist countries you loose a lot of effort, and want to succeed unless in the ruling party, then you have people with knives at your back.
competition like in a capitalism you have companies with knives at each others back trying to win your favor.
We in America, and Most Euro countries let to many socialist communist in government so not the knife is coming out for you.

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I don't know who I predict to be the Dem nominee at this point. And I can see a strong third party candidate emerge if the Dems move even further left. Can Biden pull it off? If the Dems decide he will be their candidate in 2020 like they did with Hillary in 2016, it doesn't matter how many gaffes come out of his mouth.

By Ed Rogers

Is Biden the wrong guy at the wrong time?

In politics, good gets better and bad gets worse. This axiom perfectly illustrates what we are witnessing in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. Since last Thursday’s debate, former vice-president Joe Biden has been on his heels as a spectre of doom surrounds his candidacy. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., meanwhile, has emerged as a real contender. When you consider how we got here, it is important to take note both of the forces that are trending against Biden and whether they will serve to unite the party behind a winning ticket in 2020.

Biden is facing a trifecta of troubles. He may soon be outflanked by Harris among African-american voters and may lose the goodwill he had earned from the party’s female activists. Historically, these two constituencies have been Biden strongholds. Meanwhile, Biden has a generational problem: at a time when it is fashionable — especially among young Democrats — to be “woke,” Biden is anti-woke. Biden’s long history of working to improve civil rights in the United States, not to mention his role as vice-president to the first African-american president, earned him a natural constituency with the African-american voters who form a vital block in Democratic primaries. Yet the tin ear he displayed by referencing the pride he holds for work done early in his career with long-dead segregationists, combined with his opposition to school busing in the 1970s, have formed an opening that Harris, the only black woman in the race, deftly exploited in Thursday’s debate.

Next, the touchy-feely, hands-y Biden was never a great fit for the #Metoo era. Female voters supplied much of the energy that swept Democrats into control of the House last fall and tipped plenty of state and local races as well. This just isn’t the moment to be the old white man with a history of getting a little too close.

Finally, to the tricky matter of wokeness. According to Merriam-webster, woke is defined as “aware of and actively attentive to important facts and issues (especially issues of racial and social justice).” But “woke” has come to mean something more, connoting a preference for standing apart from those deemed to be unwoke, retrograde or worse. That hints at a cultural

and generational split inside the Democratic Party that may be difficult to bridge. Does anyone think the typical Biden voter is among the “woke”? Even if Biden were to wake up “woke” some morning this month, does anyone think his base would applaud the move? I doubt it. Which means, Biden may be boxed in.

Taken together, these challenges could be too much for the Biden campaign. If his support among African Americans is softening, and if Democratic women are newly ambivalent about his candidacy, and if the woke part of the party cannot identify with Biden or his base (and vice versa), then the basic proposition of the candidacy may not be sustainable.

Keeping these three constituencies happy will be key for any eventual nominee; whether it is enough to beat the president is another question.

So far, the polls have shown that Biden still enjoys a lead among Democrats, but we are about to find out if his support has any depth. In a party that is changing rapidly, Joe Biden could just be the wrong guy at the wrong time.

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I see very few with the brains, let along their lack of charisma to get anywhere against trump.
Any one of them also have a lot of bad baggage.

I think Burnout Sanders had the promise to be the guy after Hillary stole it from him, but dirty as the party is they would break that promise just as easy.

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And so we once again see the truth despite the smoke screen put up by the media and the multitude of moronic TDS infected retards.

Trump’s Citizenship Question Isn’t Controversial. Obama Deleting It Should’ve Been.

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"The charge against Trump is one that demands reframing – Obama was the first to not include a question on citizenship, naturalization, or nativity in almost 200 years. The Trump administration is simply undoing Obama’s 8-year effort to distort the status quo."
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Obama got to slide on everything bad, which was almost all he did in office because the media played blocker for him.
If Trump did any of it he would have been crucified,
The racist stuff Obama did, like taking up for black felons, and the media calling them white along with cursing the police that did nothing wrong. :wacko:
The treason of dealing with Iran, and giving them all that money.
The race banging hatred of whites.
The Disappearance of what 6 billion dollars.
There is a lot more to add, but it would take a book, and all factual unlike what they do to Trump.

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I ould bet if you got rid of the Demacrats in Indiana for a while even the 1.78 billion would go away.


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My step-uncle (married an American) lives in Indiana, and quite likes it there...

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It isn't southern Indiana is it, nasty place.
Then you have the eastern part full of Buckeyes :kez:
Sorry, I hate Indiana about as much as Kentucky.

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Blue Frost wrote:
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It isn't southern Indiana is it, nasty place.
Then you have the eastern part full of Buckeyes :kez:
Sorry, I hate Indiana about as much as Kentucky.
What's so bad about Indiana?... :unsure: I mean besides the fact that it's as geographically flat as Mel's ex-wife's ass.
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Blue Frost wrote:
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It isn't southern Indiana is it, nasty place.
Then you have the eastern part full of Buckeyes :kez:
Sorry, I hate Indiana about as much as Kentucky.
If memory serves, they live near La Porte, which would be Northern Indiana I guess!

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Renee wrote:
July 26th, 2019, 10:29 am
Blue Frost wrote:
July 25th, 2019, 7:07 pm
It isn't southern Indiana is it, nasty place.
Then you have the eastern part full of Buckeyes :kez:
Sorry, I hate Indiana about as much as Kentucky.
What's so bad about Indiana?... :unsure: I mean besides the fact that it's as geographically flat as Mel's ex-wife's ass.
Southern Indiana where I line near is a corrupt over taxed crime ridden garbage dump.
To much meth, and low class scum. Greater Louisville is almost the same, and getting worse with the thieving liberal government.

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Mel Gibson wrote:
July 26th, 2019, 11:05 am
Blue Frost wrote:
July 25th, 2019, 7:07 pm
It isn't southern Indiana is it, nasty place.
Then you have the eastern part full of Buckeyes :kez:
Sorry, I hate Indiana about as much as Kentucky.
If memory serves, they live near La Porte, which would be Northern Indiana I guess!
It's a bit better up there, but been getting worse over the decades.
When i was a kid there was a lot of towns up there that was very nice, and peaceful. LOL, kind of like Happy Days, or Mayberry..

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Blue Frost wrote:
July 26th, 2019, 1:58 pm
Mel Gibson wrote:
July 26th, 2019, 11:05 am
Blue Frost wrote:
July 25th, 2019, 7:07 pm
It isn't southern Indiana is it, nasty place.
Then you have the eastern part full of Buckeyes :kez:
Sorry, I hate Indiana about as much as Kentucky.
If memory serves, they live near La Porte, which would be Northern Indiana I guess!
It's a bit better up there, but been getting worse over the decades.
When i was a kid there was a lot of towns up there that was very nice, and peaceful. LOL, kind of like Happy Days, or Mayberry..
Interesting...I didn't know that...I always thought Indiana was similar to Ohio. I sort of lump them together in my mind.

I have cousins who live in eastern Ohio near Kent. It's kind of nice there...Rural and laid back, and full of blue collar neighborhoods. It can be a little redneck for my tastes but that's okay. It's not a lot different from western Pennsylvania.
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New Albany, Sellersburg, and on up some is just trashy, after you go north it's a bit better.
New Albany is the worst though I believe, total project, slum, and a lot of White trash.
The drugs, and filth is as bad as a lot I see of Chicago, and lets not mention the crime, and STDs that's an "epidemic" :kez:
Lets just put it this way, you smell New Albany miles when you hit the bridge to go over the river if not before.

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