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So much for the Dem blue wave
Post by Nimitz1923PD   » Tue Jun 05, 2018 11:51 pm

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Republican John Cox gets the nod in California -Anyone have a heart monitor for Nancy Pelosi

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Re: So much for the Dem blue wave
Post by Michael Everett   » Wed Jun 06, 2018 1:45 am

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1: What? What does that even mean? Why is it important? Does it even matter to those of us who live outside "Da Gubmint Can Tek Ma Gunn Outta Ma Ded Hands"... I mean America?

2: Shouldn't this be in the Political Forum?
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Re: So much for the Dem blue wave
Post by The E   » Wed Jun 06, 2018 2:34 am

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Nimitz1923PD wrote:Republican John Cox gets the nod in California -Anyone have a heart monitor for Nancy Pelosi

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Congrats to him for coming in second behind the democrat candidate?

Like, you may have had a point if he had beaten out a Democrat for the top spot, but that's not what happened, is it?

Why are you so blatantly dishonest in your reporting, Nimitz? Or is the suppression of facts that aren't convenient for your little safe space an ingrained reflex for you?
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Re: So much for the Dem blue wave
Post by Annachie   » Wed Jun 06, 2018 3:01 am

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It's not (that) dishonest.

Califirnia, iirc, is weird in that it could have filled both spots with Dems, or Repubs.
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Re: So much for the Dem blue wave
Post by Nimitz1923PD   » Wed Jun 06, 2018 3:25 am

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Michael Everett wrote:1: What? What does that even mean? Why is it important? Does it even matter to those of us who live outside "Da Gubmint Can Tek Ma Gunn Outta Ma Ded Hands"... I mean America?

2: Shouldn't this be in the Political Forum?


I do not even know where to start

Why is it important

1. Because these are the people that take money from your weekly paycheck and decide which of thier friends they are going to give it to.

2. I did not know free range excluded election results

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Re: So much for the Dem blue wave
Post by Michael Everett   » Wed Jun 06, 2018 4:25 am

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Nimitz1923PD wrote:1. Because these are the people that take money from your weekly paycheck and decide which of their friends they are going to give it to.

No they don't.
And not only because my paycheck is monthly.

Nimitz, I'm a Brit. You know, from the United Kingdom. A country that has cottages older than the States as a political entity and once ruled so much of the globe that the mapmakers struggled to find enough red ink to do it in colour.

So. For a NON-AMERICAN, why does it matter?

On related news, Jeztonbury is looking like it's going to fail since the Unions are having to purchase and give away free tickets.

That's more important than someone getting elected (or whatever)...
To those of us in the UK, anyway.
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Re: So much for the Dem blue wave
Post by Annachie   » Wed Jun 06, 2018 4:34 am

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Yet again.

Most government welfare is given out by the GOP to corporations. Though the Dems do a bit as well it's not as much as the GOP.

Most government welfare to the actual people goes to Republican voters and Red states.

That hand in your paycheck giving money to their friends, belongs to the person you voted for Nimitz.
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Re: So much for the Dem blue wave
Post by Joat42   » Wed Jun 06, 2018 4:37 am

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Nimitz1923PD wrote:
Michael Everett wrote:1: What? What does that even mean? Why is it important? Does it even matter to those of us who live outside "Da Gubmint Can Tek Ma Gunn Outta Ma Ded Hands"... I mean America?

2: Shouldn't this be in the Political Forum?


I do not even know where to start

Why is it important

1. Because these are the people that take money from your weekly paycheck and decide which of thier friends they are going to give it to.

2. I did not know free range excluded election results

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Since your OP wasn't neutral reporting you should have posted in the Political sub-forum.

Your followup comment clearly indicates that it wasn't intended as neutral reporting at all, instead it was posted with the full intention of baiting people who doesn't agree with your political views.

DO NOT DO IT outside the politics sub forum. It's as simple as that. That goes for everyone.

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Re: So much for the Dem blue wave
Post by gcomeau   » Fri Jun 08, 2018 9:48 am

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Nimitz1923PD wrote:Republican John Cox gets the nod in California -Anyone have a heart monitor for Nancy Pelosi

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Yes, I'm sure they're terrified there is a Republican *candidate* for governor in California... who is going to lose. By a lot. :roll:

Total votes for candidates for governor in the CA primary:

Democratic: 2,490,291 (62.1%)
Republican: 1,519,067 (37.9%)

The Dems must all be wetting themselves over that 24pt advantage they have as we speak!
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Re: So much for the Dem blue wave
Post by Nimitz1923PD   » Fri Jun 08, 2018 5:49 pm

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gcomeau wrote:
Nimitz1923PD wrote:Republican John Cox gets the nod in California -Anyone have a heart monitor for Nancy Pelosi

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Yes, I'm sure they're terrified there is a Republican *candidate* for governor in California... who is going to lose. By a lot. :roll:

Total votes for candidates for governor in the CA primary:

Democratic: 2,490,291 (62.1%)
Republican: 1,519,067 (37.9%)

The Dems must all be wetting themselves over that 24pt advantage they have as we speak!



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