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    Yesterday, 06:07 PM
    If we are it would only be because we're the first generation to fully succumb to the FUD. I'm sure there were a lot of people asking General Washington if the war against the British was hopeless but he just pushed those people down in the mud so his army could keep marching without getting their feet wet.
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    Yesterday, 01:37 PM
    Plus he bailed out the banks that should have gone under and still exist today. The same people who managed to use magic math to keep the economy from collapsing altogether under Bush are the same people doing it under Biden. 2008 should have been the end of the Federal reserve system.
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    11-29-2022, 06:46 PM
    What if you're not staging a coup? (I refuse to parrot the mainstream narrative, I'll leave that to you).
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    11-29-2022, 09:08 AM
    Nothing like bringing out a washed up neocon to tell the GOP that fresh faces are needed: (snipped so it's not a whole copy-pasta article) https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/nov/26/donald-trump-old-and-tired-john-bolton
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    11-25-2022, 08:57 PM
    Idiocracy was a documentary. It just f'king happens right? A woman could be walking down the street and just up and get pregnant. Standing in line at the checkout counter? Watch out for pregnancy!!!! I wouldn't be so sure that the graduation ceremony didn't get her pregnant. Probably happened when she touched that diploma. I mean, how else could it possibly happen?
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    11-23-2022, 09:01 PM
    If I thought perhaps that's what they're doing, sure. How long is too long though? Is it going to become the norm to discover that these 'verified' ballots are overwhelmingly democrat? I don't understand why ballots can't be verified as they come in. Or is everyone waiting until the last second of the last hour of the last day to mail in their ballots?
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    11-23-2022, 07:11 AM
    Heard Daniel McAdams plug an ad for 'survival food' while doing a liberty report segment last week. Guess we should stop listening to Ron Paul, eh? Clearly he is corrupted by corporate interests. I was disgusted to my core.
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    11-23-2022, 07:07 AM
    DeSantis had a lot going for him. I'm not saying he didn't put in the effort to garner those votes, by establishing a 'promised land' and refuge from the wokeness, but he also had some 300,000+ dedicated voters drop into his lap over the past few years. Anyone who is living under tyranny and is willing to pull up stakes to up-and-move their whole families is damn well going to vote to preserve what they've got once they get where they're going. There's not a politician in the US that wouldn't love for that to happen.
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    11-23-2022, 06:50 AM
    Let's say, even if there is no cheating at all, what excuse is there that it takes 2+ weeks to finish counting ballots? It seems to me the idiots are the ones who are apparently getting worse at simple addition, not the ones whose suspicions run wild when there are unprecedented delays in vote-counting. Can you really blame people when, for two elections in a row, it seems like the counting just goes on and on, with the exception of a few awkward pauses in counting, until democrats get enough ballots to pull ahead and then it's, "okay we're done! sorry about that!"
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    11-22-2022, 10:43 PM
    Imagine being the one person who voted though and messed it up for everyone, lol.
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    11-21-2022, 07:58 PM
    Which Christmas?
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    11-21-2022, 03:33 PM
    So which July 18th are they talking about?
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    11-20-2022, 08:09 AM
    Premature without saying who is in the primary. I'll tell you what I think will happen, though. We'll have a really good candidate run in the primary (maybe Rand, or Massie, or someone like them, if there is such a thing), but it will be a half-assed run, and as usual they will drop out too early.
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    11-17-2022, 08:50 AM
    They'd be out-muscled by the people who hosted backroom conferences on vote tabulator manipulating, invited a bunch of globalists to attend, and paid for the thing with a Soros-based traitor grift. Seriously, give it a rest. The people who support the theft are far worse than the dik pill and survival food sellers.
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    11-16-2022, 02:45 PM
    If Massie wins the republican nomination, then Trump is gonna miss out on my support, lol. The experiment would work better if the establishment pushes someone like Romney or Pence onto the republican ticket.
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    11-16-2022, 10:38 AM
    I wish he would run as an independent if for no other reason just to see how much support he actually has among republicans, rather than just relying on the leftist media to tell you that the republican voters don't want him anymore.
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    11-15-2022, 04:46 PM
    Well best not get rid of the Dept. of Education then, that will probably cost votes.
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    11-15-2022, 01:03 PM
    I agree and I think it's mostly the narrative. Democrats have years of experience over the GOP in pushing their narratives. The GOP is pretty much limp-dikked when it comes to letting the democrats define them (on this I agree with the OP). Also, despite what people on here say about the GOP being able to fundraise on the backs of 'grifters', I don't think the GOP pulls in near as many donations from their individual contributors as democrats. I haven't donated a dollar to the GOP party itself since Ron Paul ran. Apparently I'm not alone. If I see a particular candidate I really like, I will send money. Otherwise, they're lucky enough to get my vote. (Ask me how much Mike Lindell convinced me to spend on Trump, it's a number somewhere between positive and negative). There's not enough fear in the world to get me to donate to someone I'm not crazy about.
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    11-15-2022, 12:19 PM
    So if the GOP just changes their stance on abortion, they can get more voters. I didn't know it was so easy. An issue that the GOP has been dragging conservatives along, making endlessly fruitless promises for 5 decades and they finally accomplish overturning RvW (actually the SCOTUS accomplished it for them because they were too much of cowards to actually reverse RvW) and our response is: maybe the democrats are right and we shouldn't have touched abortion? I have to tell you man, the abortion issue is not even the most unpopular stance that conservatives would suffer from. What happens if you were to tell these women that their daddy government checks aren't coming anymore? It would be a slaughter at the polls. I guess fortunately that has practically no chance of happening. I guess unfortunately that has practically no chance of happening. The best possible stance the GOP could take is to say that states will decide the matter and if you don't like the abortion laws where you're at, move. But when you sit here and you say, 'see I told you that abortion shouldn't have been on the table', all you're really doing is reinforcing kicking republicans when they're down, and worse, legitimizing the prevailing narrative. Or maybe I should say 'kicking them when they're up,' considering democrats spent over $100 million in abortion ads across the country and still lost the House (probably). Ad Spending Shows Dems Hinging Midterm Hopes on Abortion
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    11-15-2022, 09:21 AM
    Exactly. They only sponsor Alex Jones because they want to control what he says. Those guys are the real globalist influencers in our elections and must be dealt with!
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    11-15-2022, 08:52 AM
    Ah yes, the nefarious pillow salesman. Don't worry about all the candidates being funded by Raytheon or Pfizer. We need to make sure we embarrass the pillow salesman. Mike Lindell is worse than George Soros, am I right?
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    11-14-2022, 09:44 PM
    I think it's more likely that they start saying the same sh*% about DeSantis that they say about Trump, pulling the same stunts to keep him out of office, and the Trump people won't give you any sympathy. At all.
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    11-14-2022, 06:32 AM
    Yep. Once the propaganda stops working, they'll get more forceful.
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    11-12-2022, 07:58 PM
    Meh, I'd choose Trump over the GOP. Unless the GOP nominated someone like Rand. I only wish the democratic party was imploding at the same time.
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    11-12-2022, 06:50 AM
    I wonder if it wasn't just some rope they were using to pull equipment up a floor or something. Back when I was on the fire department we must've used nooses all the time to lift chain saws onto roofs for cutting ventilation holes. Except we didn't call it a noose, we just called it utility rope. I used a noose last month to tie a boat to the dock. Damn things are everywhere. Remember when they found a 'noose' in that nascar garage and it was the pull cord for the garage door?
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    11-12-2022, 06:45 AM
    I'm not a pollster but a sample size of 661 seems rather flimsy these days. I only hope that Cheney is actually only getting 3% and would not be disappointed if it were even less.
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    11-11-2022, 02:57 PM
    IMO there never would have been a good time for it. The media is pretty good at keeping an issue alive when they want to. 2 years is no problem, before or immediately after an election. They've been talking about you-know-who since he embarrassed Clinton in 2016. No doubt they're going to make abortion an issue until they get the majority they want again. Maybe they'll do like the republicans did and not take any action on it once they've gotten into office, but if there's one thing democrats are still better at than republicans, it's pushing issues without any regard for consequences. As for executive fiat to abolish the national bank, maybe that creates a bit of 'means justify the ends' moral dilemma, but that's how they got rid of it in 1833. "Old Hickory" just decided to announce that the government wasn't going to use the bank anymore and "killed the bank." I guess the biggest difference there was while the bank was a place for government deposits back then, it's a place where the government gets its freshly printed money now, so the short term impact would probably be even more "catastrophic".
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    11-11-2022, 08:57 AM
    Let me ask you guys something: If overturning RvW and returning it to the states as prescribed in the Constitution is what costed the republicans seats, does that indicate that 'we shouldn't be doing these things' or 'it's going to be unpopular'? Or should the 'or' be an 'and'? Imagine if Ron Paul had gotten into office and done the same thing purely on constitutional grounds. Would we be bemoaning the recklessness of it all? My God, what if he had abolished the federal reserve? Imagine the short-term pain that would have caused and the electoral backlash which would've ensued. Should we just avoid issues that are unpopular, even if they are the correct thing to do? Now, I will admit there were people like Graham who tried to push it too far as to say it should be banned at the federal level, which is as much a violation of the 10th amendment as legalizing it at the federal level. But the media had already pretty much decided that they were gonna run the narrative that the 'republicans are gonna take away yer rights!' well before RvW's overturn was even decided.
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    11-11-2022, 06:46 AM
    I still have to think it would be better. I've been saying for a while that the real debate over the direction of the country is happening within the Republican party, between people like Rand and Massie versus McConnell and Graham. Democrats IMO are nothing more than unthinking noisemakers—a distraction at best— and it would be better to tell them to go outside and play on the playground while the adults talk business. I mean they showed up in the GA primaries to keep better republican candidates out of office. Its why we still have Raffensburger as our secretary of state and he hasn't done a damn thing to make our elections more secure. In a completely divided system they wouldn't do that because they'd be too busy contending with their own primary elections.
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    11-11-2022, 06:32 AM
    I'm sure they've bought a few key republicans in leadership positions, but IMO dark money has gone pretty much all-in on funding the left in the past few years. Ever notice how democrats are out-fundraising republicans in most every election? Of course they won't talk about fundraising much because it conflicts with the narrative that 'republicans are always the corporatists and democrats are for the little guy.' Not saying though that the amount poured into both parties isn't beyond absurd.
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