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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby Monker » Mon Oct 19, 2020 9:19 am

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Monker wrote:What is hard to believe is Trump actually thinks he can win. Even if you take the most conservative leaning poll, Trafalgar, Biden still wins. Trafalgar is TRUMP's favorite pollster...and they kiss his ass. Think about that...even the most conservative biased poll has Trump losing the election.


I can find the exact same quote from you in 2016


No you can't because you are lying about it. Two weeks prior to the election, I wasn't saying Clinton would win. Find a post two weeks prior to the election, you liar.

but maybe this time it doesn't go his way. no biggie.


Yes, it IS a 'biggie'. He is going to cause the Republicans to most likely lose control of the Senate. So, the D's will have complete control of government. That is ABSOLUTELY a big deal.

Harris will be a one term president as well.


You'll have to wait nearly 12yrs to see how true that is.

I can't even count how many dems have told me they would be voting republican this year if it was anyone
but Trump running.


So, you are arguing that you know Democrats are who are voting for Biden only because Trump is running. That is a very dumb argument.

I will gladly take the 3 Surpreme court picks & 300 federal judges who will be there LONG after Trump & Harris


It really makes no difference....you do not know how these judges will vote or rule years from now. During the confirmation it was REPUBLICANS saying this. There are many examples in history where people thought judges would rule/vote in one way but it turned out to be the exact opposite. The simple truth is that you have NO IDEA what will happen.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby Monker » Mon Oct 19, 2020 9:22 am

RPM wrote:https://www.foxnews.com/us/free-speech-rally-marred-by-violence-as-counterprotesters-storm-event

It will be MUCH worse under Harris !


We live in a Trump reality. HE is the one who is divisive and confrontational. HE is the one who actually encourages violence. It is under THIS administration that saw the rise of all of these protests that turned to violence.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby Monker » Mon Oct 19, 2020 9:25 am

RPM wrote:https://www.foxnews.com/sports/ex-nba-announcer-all-lives-matter-tweet-controversy-dismissal

Pathetic. This is the Cancel culture of the harris administration, Vote!


And, the "cancel culture" that Trump has spawned is militia groups kidnapping, raping, trying and executing state governors.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby RPM » Mon Oct 19, 2020 8:17 pm

Social media backlash resurrected over Biden's transition team's ties to Facebook and Twitter

https://www.foxnews.com/media/social-me ... nter-biden

Not surprised in the least.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby Andrew » Mon Oct 19, 2020 9:43 pm

RPM wrote:Social media backlash resurrected over Biden's transition team's ties to Facebook and Twitter

https://www.foxnews.com/media/social-me ... nter-biden

Not surprised in the least.


More Fox bullshit. Not even a story outside NJ-World.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby RPM » Mon Oct 19, 2020 9:56 pm

Trump calls Biden family 'criminal enterprise' as crowd chants 'lock him up' at Nevada rally

https://www.foxnews.com/media/trump-bid ... ise-nevada

Will not matter, Harris would be running the show anyway
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby Andrew » Mon Oct 19, 2020 10:24 pm

RPM wrote:Trump calls Biden family 'criminal enterprise' as crowd chants 'lock him up' at Nevada rally

https://www.foxnews.com/media/trump-bid ... ise-nevada

Will not matter, Harris would be running the show anyway


More Fox bullshit. Trump calling Biden family crooks!!!!!!!!!!!!! The irony and pathetic hypocrisy. Old orange fool.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby RPM » Mon Oct 19, 2020 10:38 pm

Liz Peek: Trump vs. Biden -- 5 reasons why a sane person should vote – again – for Trump

https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/trump-b ... p-liz-peek

I think of way more than 5 but yep.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby Monker » Tue Oct 20, 2020 3:29 am

RPM wrote:Liz Peek: Trump vs. Biden -- 5 reasons why a sane person should vote – again – for Trump

https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/trump-b ... p-liz-peek

I think of way more than 5 but yep.


"First up: Education.

If you believe in equal opportunity, you want all youngsters to receive a decent education. In many Democrat-led cities, Hispanic and African-American kids do not receive one."


And, to correct this, Trump has Betsy DeVos, who does not even believe in public education, as Secretary of Education. She, along with the administration in general, pressured schools to reopen regardless of where they were with Covid-19. She constantly fights to share private tax payer money with private/religious schools (including COVID and DACA money). She moved to block loan forgiveness programs in the middle of the pandemic. The 2021 budget CUTS funds to private schools by over six billion dollars. And, on and on and on. DeVoss and the Trump administration are AGAINST funding public schools, the don't give a damn about any "issues'...for them it is just evidence that all schools should be privately funded.

"Next up: ObamaCare.

Democrats have put this failed insurance program on the ballot, and it should be."


IMO, this proves how out of touch Republicans have become. The ACA has wide approval from the public. Fighting against the ACA is part of the reason Trump is losing the election. It is why 2018 had a blue wave. It is NOT a failed program...despite Trump's moves against it - it is very popular.

"Next: The economy.

As we emerge from a sharp recession, Trump’s continued embrace of lower taxes and light regulation, and insistence on better trade deals for American workers, will inspire business investment and expansion, and fuel more job creation."


This is flat out not true. He only "embraced" lower taxes on corporations and the rich...not for the middle class. "Better trade deal" are essentially renaming old trade deals. In addition his tariffs were raising taxes on the American people and added to inflation concerns. Trump created a bubble that burst due to the pandemic. In addition, pressuring the Fed to keep low interest rates limited the Feds ability to lower interest rates as a form of stimulus during the pandemic. We live in Trump's economy...a new recession, high unemployment, no way to cut interest rates, and a political situation where economic stimulus is very limited. In addition we are no "emerging" from the Trump Recession...we are in the midst of it.

"Next up: Dissatisfaction with government

Americans do not want a bigger federal government. "


And, this administration created the "Space Force". W created Homeland Security. Republicans are more guilty of creating more government than Democrats in modern times.

"Finally, the Supreme Court.

The last issue I cited in 2016 as directing my vote was the Supreme Court. I wrote that those believing in free markets and limited government needed to support a president dedicated to appointing justices to the Supreme Court and judges to other courts who would protect our constitution."


The above is the writer editorializing things and not just presenting fact. The fact is that most people want LGBT rights, Roe vs Wade to stand, and other liberal issues. The fact that Trump has vowed to appoint only judges to rule against these issues is, overall, a negative for Trump and a reason for the majority of voters to vote against him. In addition, McConnell, Lindsay Graham, and Grassely all LIED when they said Garland should not be voted on because it was too close to the election. And, most of them said they would not be in favor if the same happened in 2020. Republicans are a bunch of liars when it comes to Supreme Court nominations.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby Monker » Tue Oct 20, 2020 3:32 am

RPM wrote:Trump calls Biden family 'criminal enterprise' as crowd chants 'lock him up' at Nevada rally

https://www.foxnews.com/media/trump-bid ... ise-nevada

Will not matter, Harris would be running the show anyway


It won't matter because it is not 2016 where Clinton had scandals going against her long before she even entered the race. I honestly do not think people outside of Trump zombies care about any of this. They know it is a lie based on info hand fed to Guiliani by sketchy people (at best). I don't believe it will have much affect at all on the election.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby Monker » Tue Oct 20, 2020 3:37 am

This is reality...

Trump is losing so badly that Republicans are not openly talking against him and are worried about losing the Senate:
https://news.yahoo.com/gop-senators-voi ... 36430.html
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby Monker » Tue Oct 20, 2020 3:47 am

“Y’all have a good chance of winning the White House.” - Lindsay Graham during the confirmation hiearings

"we could lose the White House and both houses of Congress," and the 2020 election “could be a bloodbath of Watergate proportions.” - Ted Cruz on CNBC

Ben Sasse unloaded on Trump, saying that he “kisses dictators' butts,” mistreats women, “mocks evangelicals behind closed doors” and has “flirted with white supremacists.” He said that Trump’s family “has treated the presidency like a business opportunity,” and that Trump refused to take the coronavirus seriously for “months” and instead “treated it like a news cycle PR crisis rather than a multi-year public health challenge.”

The Trump presidency has been a disaster for the Republican party.
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Making America Great Again

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Re: Making America Great Again

Postby Monker » Tue Oct 20, 2020 5:32 am

RPM wrote:https://www.politico.com/news/2020/10/19/trump-victory-democrats-election-430013

They should be VERY worried.


Yes, they should be...and it's just one more reason why 2020 is NOT like 2016...where most Democrats were NOT worried. The more worried Democrats are, the more they vote, the less of a chance Trump has to win.

So, yes, Democrats, be worried AND VOTE.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby Monker » Tue Oct 20, 2020 5:42 am

Yep, this nails it...all of the constant insults and laptop scandals isn't resonating with voters beyond Trump's base...and it is hurting Senate candidates. Trump is running a HORRIBLE campaign:

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/18/us/p ... paign.html

Trump Runs the Kind of Campaign He Likes, but Not the One He Might Need

With little time left to change the trajectory of the race, there is a large gulf separating the president’s experience of the campaign from the more sobering assessments of party officials.

In public, President Trump and his campaign team project a sense of optimism and bravado. When they meet with Republican donors and state party leaders, presidential aides insist they are fully capable of achieving a close victory over Joseph R. Biden Jr. on Nov. 3.

On television and in campaign appearances, Mr. Trump and his children dismiss public polls that suggest that his prospects are bleak. The president’s calendar of events is packed through Election Day, with aides predicting a thrice-a-day rally schedule in the final weeks of the race. When Mr. Trump contemplates the prospect of defeat, he does so in a tone of denial and disbelief: “Could you imagine if I lose?” he asked a crowd Friday.

In private, most members of Mr. Trump’s team acknowledge that is not a far-fetched possibility.

Away from their candidate and the television cameras, some of Mr. Trump’s aides are quietly conceding just how dire his political predicament appears to be, and his inner circle has returned to a state of recriminations and backbiting. Mark Meadows, the White House chief of staff, is drawing furious blame from the president and some political advisers for his handling of Mr. Trump’s recent hospitalization, and he is seen as unlikely to hold onto his job past Election Day.

Mr. Trump’s campaign manager, Bill Stepien, has maintained to senior Republicans that the president has a path forward in the race but at times has conceded it is narrow.

Some midlevel aides on the campaign have even begun inquiring about employment on Capitol Hill after the election, apparently under the assumption that there will not be a second Trump administration for them to serve in. (It is not clear how appealing the Trump campaign might be as a résumé line for private-sector employers.)

Less than three weeks before Election Day, there is now an extraordinary gulf separating Mr. Trump’s experience of the campaign from the more sobering political assessments of a number of party officials and operatives, according to interviews with nearly a dozen Republican strategists, White House allies and elected officials. Among some of Mr. Trump’s lieutenants, there is an attitude of grit mixed with resignation: a sense that the best they can do for the final stretch is to keep the president occupied, happy and off Twitter as much as possible, rather than producing a major shift in strategy.
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Instead of delivering a focused closing message aimed at changing people’s perceptions about his handling of the coronavirus, or making a case for why he can revive the economy better than Mr. Biden can, Mr. Trump is spending the remaining days on a familiar mix of personal grievances, attacks on his opponents and obfuscations. He has portrayed himself as a victim, dodged questions about his own coronavirus testing, attacked his attorney general and the F.B.I. director and equivocated on the benefits of mask-wearing.

Rather than drawing a consistent contrast with Mr. Biden on the economy, strategists say, the president’s preference is to attack Mr. Biden’s son Hunter over his business dealings and to hurl personal insults like “Sleepy Joe” against a candidate whose favorability ratings are much higher than Mr. Trump’s.

“A lot of Republican consultants are frustrated because we want the president’s campaign to be laser-focused on the economy,” said David Kochel, a Republican strategist in Iowa. “Their best message is: Trump built a great economy” and Covid-19 damaged it, and Mr. Trump is a better option than Mr. Biden to restore it, he said.

“Our base loves the stuff about Hunter Biden, laptops and Mayor Giuliani,” Mr. Kochel added. “But they’re already voting for Trump.”

Before Mr. Trump’s upset win in 2016, his campaign also mixed public boasting with private anxiety about the apparent likelihood of defeat. But then, unlike now, Mr. Trump closed the race with a jackhammer message attacking Hillary Clinton as a corrupt insider and promising sweeping economic changes — an argument far clearer than what he is offering today.

Mr. Stepien and other campaign leaders, including Jason Miller, a senior strategist, have stressed to Republicans in Washington that they expect to outperform the public polls. They say their own data suggests a closer race in a number of states, including Arizona and Pennsylvania, than surveys conducted by news organizations. They are wagering that voter registration and the turnout machinery Mr. Trump’s team has built over the past four years will ultimately give them an edge in narrowly divided states on Election Day.

Still, some prominent Republicans have noted in newly direct language the possibility — and even the likelihood — of defeat for the president. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, a close ally, said this week that Democrats had “a good chance of winning the White House,” while Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska said his party might be facing a “blood bath.”

Though fear of retaliation by Mr. Trump has muzzled most members of the party, strategists are deeply concerned that Mr. Trump might spend the final weeks of the campaign entertaining and energizing his existing supporters while eschewing any concerted effort to find new ones — an approach that could cripple other Republicans running for office.

Ken Spain, a Republican strategist, said Mr. Trump was “not delivering a consistent message at the most critical juncture of the campaign.”

“The president appears to have doubled down on a base election strategy,” he said, “while Republicans down ballot must figure out a way to appeal to independent voters in states like North Carolina and Maine and Michigan.”

Mr. Trump’s advisers are hopeful they can use the days through the next debate to change the trajectory of the race. The president is not likely to hold formal debate preparation sessions, in no small part because half of the people in his previous sessions, including Mr. Trump, contracted the coronavirus.

Bill Stepien, Mr. Trump’s campaign manager, is regarded in Washington as a capable nuts-and-bolts tactician. But with a small window of time left, he has not attempted to redraw the campaign’s playbook as the election approaches.
Bill Stepien, Mr. Trump’s campaign manager, is regarded in Washington as a capable nuts-and-bolts tactician. But with a small window of time left, he has not attempted to redraw the campaign’s playbook as the election approaches.Credit...Doug Mills/The New York Times

There is also growing frustration among congressional Republicans that the White House has not driven a strong positive message about Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court nomination — a confirmation battle that Republicans until recently regarded as their best chance for a political turnaround.

Republicans and allies of the president have trained their ire specifically on Mr. Meadows, viewing some of his actions, like showing up at Ms. Barrett’s hearings, as a form of personal brand-building.

In some respects, the trajectory of Mr. Trump’s campaign in its final weeks reflects longstanding structural weaknesses and internal divisions.

From the start, the campaign has never had a dominant strategist — that role has always been played by a president with a dim view of the political professional class. In an interview in July with The New York Times, Jared Kushner, a White House adviser and the president’s son-in-law, was candid about who was in charge of the 2020 race: Mr. Trump, he said, was “really the campaign manager at the end of the day.”

Mr. Trump’s first campaign manager, Brad Parscale, focused heavily on building online infrastructure and using it to raise money, while Mr. Kushner oversaw his work.

Mr. Stepien, who replaced Mr. Parscale in July, is regarded in Washington as a capable nuts-and-bolts tactician. But with a small window of time left before the election, he has not attempted to redraw Mr. Trump’s playbook.

For much of the past four years, Mr. Kushner had cast himself as the chief executive of the re-election effort, but he pulled back from that role during the summer and in September, when the political environment had clearly soured. Instead, he thrust himself into a number of diplomatic negotiations in the Middle East that have little evident salience in the election. He has become more engaged in recent weeks, officials said.

Mr. Trump’s advisers have not given up hope for a reversal in fortune. Facing a financial crunch, his campaign appears to be concentrating its advertising on a handful of states that provide a slim route to an Electoral College victory: the Sun Belt battlegrounds of Florida, Arizona, Georgia and North Carolina, as well as Pennsylvania, the largest Northern swing state, according to data from the media tracking firm Advertising Analytics. Mr. Trump’s travel last week and in the coming days is largely mirroring those priorities.

The campaign has made larger advertising reservations starting next week in states like Wisconsin, Minnesota, Ohio and Iowa, though it has frequently adjusted or canceled bookings as their start dates have approached.

Many Republicans have resorted to hoping that the president might be disciplined enough for the remaining 16 days to narrow the gap with Mr. Biden and salvage the party’s House and Senate candidates.

But few people close to Mr. Trump present the path ahead to him in those terms, Republicans say. They recognize that the president knows he outpolls most G.O.P. candidates in their own districts or states and that suggesting to him that he is on track to lose would be unlikely to produce constructive results.

Mr. Trump, in the meantime, is discussing diversions from his own schedule to help people he cares about personally; for instance, he is likely to schedule an event with Mr. Graham. Though the trip would overlap with a North Carolina media market, and is personally pleasing to Mr. Trump, it would do little to help his own electoral map.

It’s that kind of distraction that has frustrations mounting on Capitol Hill and even within the West Wing, over what many Republicans regard as a wasted October so far, including the decision to spurn a second debate.

“The reality is they are probably out of time,” said Rob Stutzman, a California-based Republican strategist. “They desperately needed the debate to have a larger audience and to have an opportunity to provide some kind of contrast that would change the race trajectory, meaning a different Trump or an opportunity for a Biden gaffe. That was their best hope for a Hail Mary.”
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby Monker » Tue Oct 20, 2020 6:33 am

This is why Trump is going to lose the election. He completely mishandled Covid-19, he does not listen to ANY experts, he believes that only HE is correct...and blames everybody and takes NO responsibility. This is a failed leader, a failure of a President:

"People are tired of Covid. I have these huge rallies. People are saying 'Whatever, just leave us alone.' They're tired of it. People are tired of hearing Fauci and all these idiots....Fauci is a nice guy. He's been here for 500yrs. Fauci is a disaster. If I had listened to him we'd have 500,000 deaths."

Yeah, people are tired of Covid. But, it is because of TRUMP NOT LISTENING TO PEOPLE LIKE FAUCI that it has become such a huge issue this year. The idiot is Donald Trump, not Fauci and the others who have been begging for people to use masks, to form a national plan, and to stop lying to the American people. Trump and his presidency is the true disaster.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby RPM » Tue Oct 20, 2020 7:43 am

Monker wrote:This is why Trump is going to lose the election. He completely mishandled Covid-19, he does not listen to ANY experts, he believes that only HE is correct...and blames everybody and takes NO responsibility. This is a failed leader, a failure of a President:

"People are tired of Covid. I have these huge rallies. People are saying 'Whatever, just leave us alone.' They're tired of it. People are tired of hearing Fauci and all these idiots....Fauci is a nice guy. He's been here for 500yrs. Fauci is a disaster. If I had listened to him we'd have 500,000 deaths."

Yeah, people are tired of Covid. But, it is because of TRUMP NOT LISTENING TO PEOPLE LIKE FAUCI that it has become such a huge issue this year. The idiot is Donald Trump, not Fauci and the others who have been begging for people to use masks, to form a national plan, and to stop lying to the American people. Trump and his presidency is the true disaster.


He very well may have mishandled it by closing the economy at all. we may find out later that was a terrible mistake.
If Harris wins, watch overnight how the media flips a switch. suddenly things will be improving, we need to get back to work
Its ridiculous and people are seeing thru it. whether enough are or not we shall see. early voting is favoring Trump.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby Monker » Tue Oct 20, 2020 8:35 am

RPM wrote:He very well may have mishandled it by closing the economy at all. we may find out later that was a terrible mistake.


You lie constantly. He did NOT shut down the economy. He started by saying it was just a few cases and they would be over soon. Then he said it would be over by Easter. He IGNORED THE CRISIS FOR MONTHS. It was the governors and mayors who shut down the economy. The President has no power to do that. He had the power to present a national plan for governors and mayors to follow - but he NEVER DID THAT.

What Trump did was encourage the economy to be opened too soon by threatening governors. He did stupid shit with his "liberate" states talk...which eventually encouraged a group to plan the kidnapping, rape, trial, and execution of a Democrat governor. Trump pushed the reopening of states TOO SOON and as a result tens of thousands of people DIED.

We never even made it through the first wave of the virus, as Europe did...and now we are headed into the second wave and fall/winter with tens of thousands of infected people...and it is going to be BAD.

If Harris wins, watch overnight how the media flips a switch. suddenly things will be improving, we need to get back to work Its ridiculous and people are seeing thru it. whether enough are or not we shall see. early voting is favoring Trump.


This is more of your Trumpian spoonfed bullshit. By election day there will probably be a quarter of a million people dead because of this virus and Trump's mishandling of the crisis. No, it's realistically not going to be over until probably this time NEXT YEAR. When people have friends, neighbors, parents, siblings and children DYING this type of bullshit that you are presenting doesn't work.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby RPM » Tue Oct 20, 2020 9:33 am

https://www.foxnews.com/media/cnn-jeffr ... new-yorker

Well there is one hypocrite CNN Trump hater gone. a lot more to go.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

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https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/5 ... n-tax-plan

There will be Millions more thinking the same way. if there is one thing you can count
On Americans for, its to vote with there wallet in mind.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby Andrew » Tue Oct 20, 2020 12:50 pm

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He very well may have mishandled it by closing the economy at all. we may find out later that was a terrible mistake.
If Harris wins, watch overnight how the media flips a switch. suddenly things will be improving, we need to get back to work
Its ridiculous and people are seeing thru it. whether enough are or not we shall see. early voting is favoring Trump.


Not sure which of the many lines of bullshit and delusion in this to address first. Maybe none of it...crazy talk.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby Monker » Tue Oct 20, 2020 3:57 pm

RPM wrote:https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/50-cent-voting-trump-over-biden-tax-plan

There will be Millions more thinking the same way. if there is one thing you can count
On Americans for, its to vote with there wallet in mind.


That is doubtful. Again, Biden wants to roll the Trump tax cut back for those making over $400,000/yr. That is not going to affect most voters. With 8% unemployment, many need job before they worry about taxes anyway.

50-Cent may be over that mark. But, nobody should really give a damn what he thinks anyway.

As for voting with their wallets...Seems to me that Biden has out raised Trump by huge, record amounts. Just one more affect of the hypocrisy of the SCOTUS nominee. People are showing they are sick of Republicans, especially Fat Donny.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby RPM » Tue Oct 20, 2020 4:58 pm

Biden backers have looming sense of deja vu

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/biden- ... of-deja-vu
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

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Tom Del Beccaro: A Trump 'surprise' victory is in the offing -- here are the 10 tea leaves pointing to it

https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/trump-s ... el-beccaro

I won’t be surprised at all.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby Monker » Wed Oct 21, 2020 12:46 am

RPM wrote:Biden backers have looming sense of deja vu

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/biden- ... of-deja-vu


Wow, you don't even read the articles you post.

This article is basically saying that Democrat leaders are not taking the win for granted and are going to work hard right up to election day. That is bad for Republicans and good for Democrats...and is just one more reason Trump is going to lose.
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Re: The Second Most Famous Person On Earth Thread

Postby Monker » Wed Oct 21, 2020 1:14 am

RPM wrote:Tom Del Beccaro: A Trump 'surprise' victory is in the offing -- here are the 10 tea leaves pointing to it

https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/trump-s ... el-beccaro

I won’t be surprised at all.


This article misleads in so many ways...and some of it I have already addressed in previous posts.

First of all, comparing polls today to 2016. Clinton had less than half of the lead that Biden does now. So, making that that comparison is just silly...4yrs ago, it was close. Today, it is not close - at all. a 10pt lead compared to a 3pt lead is a significant difference. All Biden has to do is outperform Clinton by 2pct and he wins. He is out performing her by 8pts.

PA and FL. What is not being said in this article is that Trump has to win BOTH OF THESE STATES to win the election. Biden doesn't. Biden only needs one of them. He is ahead in PA by over 4pts, and it's basically even in FL.

Latinos and blacks for Trump. Yes, Trump has gained some ground in both demographics. But, he has LOST a lot of ground in basically all other demographics. He has more than made up for this and has even cut into Trump's base in the suburbs and non college white voters. Trump has LOST ground overall.

The economy and tax increases. Biden has been very specific that he will raise taxes on those making more than $400,000/yr. The vast majority of voters will not see a tax increase. And, when you start looking at the numbers, recently more people are favoring Biden in the economy...or it is at least tied. The economy is not big win issue for Trump, as people think. Also, the economy is tied to the virus where Trump loses badly.

Early voting. Here he cites a poll that most early voters support Biden, but Republicans and Democrats are returning ballots at the same rate. That is just a stupid argument. Republicans can vote for Biden, too...and I think you are going to find that out.

Are you better of than 4yrs ago. I have already addresed this in a previous post. The bottom line is that people just do not like Donald Trump...and they do like Biden. That is over riding this question, by a long way.

Party affiliation. It is NOT relavent. A Republican can vote for a Democrat. It's really that simple.

Voters think Trump will win. LOL...not true. Look at the betting odds and how much it favors Biden. When it comes to putting money to their beliefs, they bet on Biden. In addition, if it IS true, then it is a GOOD thing because it motivates Democrats to keep working for Biden through election day. On the Trump side, people are already looking for new jobs.

Four years ago, the surprise victory came because Comey reopened his Email investigation. It had nothing to do with all of this stuff above. In addition Clinton never got above 50% in most swing states...Biden has, in most of them. On election day, voting sites gave Trump about a 35% change of winning. Today, it is less than 10%. It is not the same, at all, as it was four years ago. Trump is not addressing the things he needs to for him to win. He is relying on some last minute scandal to push him over the top. Even if one happens, I don't think it will be enough.
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You can definitely forget about the stable gas prices we have benefitted
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Reality -

To Donald Trump’s critics, four years of posturing has left him exposed for all the world to see. The president hasn’t made America great again, they argue; he has made it weaker than it’s ever been: disrespected, ridiculed, and now even pitied, as it struggles to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic. He has failed to rebalance relations with China, failed to deal with North Korea, failed to end the endless wars in the Middle East, failed to cow Iran, failed to stop European free-riding, and even failed to improve relations with Russia. And that’s before one considers his record of undercutting or destroying international treaties on climate change, trade, and nuclear weapons.
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Postby Andrew » Wed Oct 21, 2020 11:01 am

OMG! Bimbo train wreck on Platform 1!

https://youtu.be/sjKmOmrXvZM

I guess that’s the first and last time we’ll see Tiffany on the campaign trail. Horrendous!
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