GOP Chooses Trump And QAnon - Trump Is Gone But The Party Is Still His

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Totally. He couldn't be talking about keeping his schedule. He's obviously referencing his puppet masters.
His nap schedule? How about the other press conferences when he said the same thing, or when he asked who he’s supposed to call on? Or when he talks about getting in trouble?
Lick lick. You’re now in the cult. Visceral.
 

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Totally. He couldn't be talking about keeping his schedule. He's obviously referencing his puppet masters.
I think he proved he was the Lone Ranger with his answer to solving the increasingly important issue of cyber attacks. He said business CEOs want a better educated work force.

Oh good, we should have this cyber attack problem solved in about 20 years...that’s IF some blue states ever re-open their schools.

And, I’m sure a fully implemented Critical Race Theory curriculum will help with STEM skills too.
 





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No question. The focus would be squarely on the many crises of the Biden presidency. Damn those Rs voting for her removal.
CRISES! You probably miss the good ol' days of 1/6/21. Man, what good times, RIGHT?!
 

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Yes. Not on your tv or Twitter feed, but crises nonetheless. And I’d like to remind you again that a short sarcastic sentence is not an effective argument. It’s probably over half your posts. But you feel the need to viscerally defend Biden, so just do it a little more thoughtfully and in good faith. Thanks.
Make a list of American crises at the moment, other than the most obvious, most threatening one (RW radicalism/cultism/fascism).
 
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He hasn’t governed as a moderate. He IS surrounded by radicals. Either he’s really not a moderate or he isn’t in control. Every press conference when he asks what he’s supposed to do certainly leans a non hack to one of the above conclusions.
Did it ever occur to you that the policies would be more moderate if R's would bother to join the legislation? Nearly 100% of them refuse to participate, and all of them vote against bills largely approved by the public. It's almost like they are nothing but spineless cowards with strings being pulled by puppet masters.

This same thing happened under McConnellism when Obama took office under the last major crisis inherited by a US President. And you fail to blame R's for this, when their intransigence is the root cause of the problem. Without compromise this country's government cannot function properly. Compromise is impossible if half the government chooses to sit out governing. Only one of the two major political parties is even putting in effort in governing. The others just sit on their hands and whine and bitch (when they're not lying or beating around the bush about facts and truth). About time they became big boys and girls, cut their puppet strings, and did their f*#&$ng jobs, don'tchathink?
 





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Make a list of American crises at the moment, other than the most obvious, most threatening one (RW radicalism/cultism/fascism).

Deuce and the rest of the righties could definitely manufacture a list of crises existing purely in their heads. None would include the fact that their party has become an anti-american cesspool of radicals.
 

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14 likes. Thanks for this important tweet
Did it ever occur to you that the policies would be more moderate if R's would bother to join the legislation? Nearly 100% of them refuse to participate, and all of them vote against bills largely approved by the public. It's almost like they are nothing but spineless cowards with strings being pulled by puppet masters.

This same thing happened under McConnellism when Obama took office under the last major crisis inherited by a US President. And you fail to blame R's for this, when their intransigence is the root cause of the problem. Without compromise this country's government cannot function properly. Compromise is impossible if half the government chooses to sit out governing. Only one of the two major political parties is even putting in effort in governing. The others just sit on their hands and whine and bitch (when they're not lying or beating around the bush about facts and truth). About time they became big boys and girls, cut their puppet strings, and did their f*#&$ng jobs, don'tchathink?
Its pretty hard to take calls for compromise seriously after the past 4 years. Just own it. Your party is responsible for the bills they pass. It’s not the fault of the opposition.
 

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14 likes. Thanks for this important tweet

Its pretty hard to take calls for compromise seriously after the past 4 years. Just own it. Your party is responsible for the bills they pass. It’s not the fault of the opposition.
This is such a terrible take in so very many ways.
 




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“Your party is responsible for the bills they pass” is a terrible take? Wow, now you want to blame Rs for the crap the Ds pass. You can’t make it up.
Cnc had nothing. When he does, 5 paragraph posts. Nothing, a sentence.
 

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“Your party is responsible for the bills they pass” is a terrible take? Wow, now you want to blame Rs for the crap the Ds pass. You can’t make it up.
I think you missed CNC's point. He's not saying they don't own the bills. He's saying that if you don't participate in the process and the bills pass, you have no right to bitch. It's like a non-voter bitching about who was elected to City Council (or any other office, but let's make that vote actually matter for the example). If you sat it out - probably again - then you have zero rights to complain.
 

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I think you missed CNC's point. He's not saying they don't own the bills. He's saying that if you don't participate in the process and the bills pass, you have no right to bitch. It's like a non-voter bitching about who was elected to City Council (or any other office, but let's make that vote actually matter for the example). If you sat it out - probably again - then you have zero rights to complain.
Voting ‘no’ isn’t participating?
EOs and Reconciliation are participating?
Yes, I must be missing the point.
 

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Voting ‘no’ isn’t participating?
EOs and Reconciliation are participating?
Yes, I must be missing the point.
Not if they don't show up to work on compromise, no, it's not. If BGA signs up for t-ball, gets put on the roster, never goes to practice, shows up for the games, but refuses to play, is he on the team?

EOs and Reconciliation are tools to use when the other side blocks everything. They are perfectly legal and yes, they are "participating."

Agree.
 

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Voting ‘no’ isn’t participating?
EOs and Reconciliation are participating?
Yes, I must be missing the point.
According to Jakewad only when falling in line and caving to the demands of the D’s are you truly a participant
 

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According to Jakewad only when falling in line and caving to the demands of the D’s are you truly a participant
Thanks for the input, BloodyStools. You do know the country was founded on compromise, correct?
 

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Thanks for the input, BloodyStools. You do know the country was founded on compromise, correct?
Jakewad there is no compromising with leftist ass clowns like you. It’s give us everything we want (idiot leftists for some reason think they were given a mandate by the voters) or we go it alone.

Leftist are too ignorant to figure out their slim majority in the House and evenly split Senate means the voters did not give them free reign over the country to implement their socialist agenda.
 

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Not if they don't show up to work on compromise, no, it's not. If BGA signs up for t-ball, gets put on the roster, never goes to practice, shows up for the games, but refuses to play, is he on the team?

EOs and Reconciliation are tools to use when the other side blocks everything. They are perfectly legal and yes, they are "participating."

Agree.
I seem to recall a short time ago when perfectly legal means were examples of dictatorship and cheating.

blocking things with the power you have is perfectly legal as well. But if the Dems have the legal power to pass things with zero Republican votes, then go right ahead. Just don’t tell me it’s the Rs fault that the Dems passed those things. They own it all.

and who says Dems want to compromise anyway? You think dem constituents give a shit if Ds work with traitor nazi insurrectionist seditionists? No they don’t. Stop this stupid game.
 

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Not if they don't show up to work on compromise, no, it's not. If BGA signs up for t-ball, gets put on the roster, never goes to practice, shows up for the games, but refuses to play, is he on the team?

EOs and Reconciliation are tools to use when the other side blocks everything. They are perfectly legal and yes, they are "participating."

Agree.
So your argument is that the Ds would rather not, but simply have no choice but to push their agenda thru because the Rs won’t cooperate..... and that any bad that comes of those policies is the fault of the Rs because they didn’t ‘participate’? Well, I’ll just say that I disagree.
 


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I seem to recall a short time ago when perfectly legal means were examples of dictatorship and cheating.

blocking things with the power you have is perfectly legal as well. But if the Dems have the legal power to pass things with zero Republican votes, then go right ahead. Just don’t tell me it’s the Rs fault that the Dems passed those things. They own it all.

and who says Dems want to compromise anyway? You think dem constituents give a shit if Ds work with traitor nazi insurrectionist seditionists? No they don’t. Stop this stupid game.
Right now the things they are trying to pass have broad public approval, melvin. They should own it. The covid stimulus has such a high approval rating that some of your seditionist representatives are trying to own it without having voted for it.
 

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So your argument is that the Ds would rather not, but simply have no choice but to push their agenda thru because the Rs won’t cooperate..... and that any bad that comes of those policies is the fault of the Rs because they didn’t ‘participate’? Well, I’ll just say that I disagree.
I think that if Ds were working with a compromising R party, they would prefer to pass legislation in the manner we used to, before total obstruction became the entire strategy of the R party (when out of power), yes. And no, I didn't say - or imply - "that any bad that comes of those policy of the Rs." I said that those who don't participate have no right to complain. Those aren't the same things.
 

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I seem to recall a short time ago when perfectly legal means were examples of dictatorship and cheating.
Dumb. Oh, one guy somewhere said it? Was it Howie?
blocking things with the power you have is perfectly legal as well. But if the Dems have the legal power to pass things with zero Republican votes, then go right ahead. Just don’t tell me it’s the Rs fault that the Dems passed those things. They own it all.
Yep, they own it. The other side, whose only goal is to obstruct, has no right to complain.
and who says Dems want to compromise anyway? You think dem constituents give a shit if Ds work with traitor nazi insurrectionist seditionists? No they don’t. Stop this stupid game.
You are onto something there. But that's completely in line with what makes them seditionists.
 

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Right now the things they are trying to pass have broad public approval, melvin. They should own it. The covid stimulus has such a high approval rating that some of your seditionist representatives are trying to own it without having voted for it.
Glad you agree with us and disagree with cringe and jake.
 


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Jakewad there is no compromising with leftist ass clowns like you. It’s give us everything we want (idiot leftists for some reason think they were given a mandate by the voters) or we go it alone.

Leftist are too ignorant to figure out their slim majority in the House and evenly split Senate means the voters did not give them free reign over the country to implement their socialist agenda.
So we aren’t in shambles?
 




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