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What to expect if The Liberals win

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"Most projections" We should know better by now.
Believe the polls or not, it is still a tough map for Trump and the Senate

Do I believe that Tillis will lose in NC and Perdue will lose in GA? Not likely. But I think that McSalley, Ernst, and Gardner will lose and if they can’t hold onto MT, NC and GA, the Donks will get the Senate
 

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Exactly.

And Mr. Trump has not moved the ball down the field to our advantage.

It will be a great day for America and freedom when this phony, childish menatlly ill person is defeated on 11-03-20.

We tried, we thought he was good in 2016. We were wrong. Not the end of the world, but soon the end of him!

Not perfect, has a big mouth, but at the very least he bought time and staved off the left wing autocrats who will disarm us and then have their way with us. And probably our pets.
 

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Believe the polls or not, it is still a tough map for Trump and the Senate

Do I believe that Tillis will lose in NC and Perdue will lose in GA? Not likely. But I think that McSalley, Ernst, and Gardner will lose and if they can’t hold onto MT, NC and GA, the Donks will get the Senate
James is a possible win in Michigan.
 

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A Biden Harris administration will have a difficult time doing much. Every law he signs will end up in court. If they go too far, there will be STRONG civil disobedience. And the pissed off group will not be jobless and young babes. The pissed off group will be the men and women who shovel the fuel into the boiler of this freight train called the United States.
It is a different group of people, when you take something away, than a group of people who want something in the first place.

civil disobedience in the form of what ?
in the year of BLM and Antifa riots, I have seen almost zero resistance, or fighting back, with the exception of Rittenhouse and a few proud boys.
 

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civil disobedience in the form of what ?
in the year of BLM and Antifa riots, I have seen almost zero resistance, or fighting back, with the exception of Rittenhouse and a few proud boys.
Claire Wolfe once said “America is at that awkward stage. It’s too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards.” Soon that will change.
 
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Calling elected officials is not everyone's cup of tea, and also not always effective. But, to your point, i agree that coworkers and others largely believe and privately speak diferent opinions, and at the very least stand silently in a more public forum.
My example is trade unions, for the past ten years the local unions have all supported Liz Warren for Senate, now if you talk to a lot of the vested guys, even apprentices in these unions, their only view that aligns with Warren is that their union supported her.
To the point where, in simple terms, paid days off were offered if they would hold signs. So now it is a moral issue. Whats your price? And guess what most will take the $. Now how they vote who knows? Maybe they just stay home? Also say the opposing candidate is anti union, or at least their unions prep them, as a scare campaign,for layoffs should said candidate get elected over another? again a moral issue arises, are you going to vote for a leader who aligns with your values but could cut or stagnate your wages? Or even worse lead to you being out of work? and again most people are going to go with the guy who is paying them. Or at least not vote for the opposition.
And the more people who are in this position, whether it is trade unions, gov and state employees, or gov socialsecurity, welfare and disability recipients is bad because it means there are fewer living as individuals with any sense of autonomy, liberty, and freedom.


This is a real thing. I am in a trade union and have had to hear all the nonsense about who they support including a longer than necessary speech at a meeting before the Obama election where they said something to the effect of "Some of you might be worried about your guns, but you can't think about that. It's more important to vote for the guy who will help us all stay working." Of course at the time I wasn't working, and during the next few years there I got basically no work in that trade, but I wouldn't have voted for him either way.

Many of those I have worked with just don't talk politics when it comes up because the only acceptable opinion is "YAY DEMOCRATS YAY, screw those evil nazi republicans!" so it is easier to keep your mouth shut. Some will hold signs when asked, usually just to curry favor with those who give out the work, I have never seen it be a paid deal but I stay away from the non working side of things so I don't know. This time around, same as last time the bernie bros are a thing and many of them don't want to vote for someone who isn't him. Will it make a difference? Who knows.
 

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McSalley is Arizona.....she's up against that CCP sympathizer Kelly....currently a toss up RealClearPolitics - Election 2020 - Arizona Senate - McSally vs. Kelly

Ernst is Iowa....currently a toss up RealClearPolitics - Election 2020 - Iowa Senate - Ernst vs. Greenfield!

Gardner is Colorado.....hirkenlooper is wildly unpopular outside of Denver/Boulder area....he's been behind most of the gun control efforts in Colorado RealClearPolitics - Election 2020 - Colorado Senate - Gardner vs. Hickenlooper

In montana, Daines has a 3 point lead RealClearPolitics - Election 2020 - Montana Senate - Daines vs. Bullock

In NC, Tillis has a 2 point lead and cunningham has horrific scandals to overcome RealClearPolitics - Election 2020 - North Carolina Senate - Tillis vs. Cunningham

Ga is Purdue.....and its currently a toss up RealClearPolitics - Election 2020 - Georgia Senate - Perdue vs. Ossoff

Keep in mind......the polls are really a worst case scenario for republicans and a BEST case for donks cuz republicans dont respond to polls.....

What a country!


Akubuike said her life experience has shown her that people have unequal access to justice. Having seen things from a position of being underprivileged, Akubuike says she believes she can bring that empathy to the bench.

“We need people with diverse backgrounds, people who have experienced true life, people who have experienced adversity," she said. "We need every one of every background on the bench so that you can connect with the people that we serve.”
 
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Jesus Christ guys. Relax.
Obama was POTUS for 8 years and everyone was sure it was the end of private gun ownership in America.
Yeah, but the left is crazier now with rioting, DA's colluding with the DNC's paramilitary arm to allow consequence free thuggery & hit squads, the IRS/FBI/etc is going after dissidents, and they are openly talking about court packing. The rule of law has effective ceased to exist where and when they are in power.
 

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Exactly.

And Mr. Trump has not moved the ball down the field to our advantage.

It will be a great day for America and freedom when this phony, childish menatlly ill person is defeated on 11-03-20.

We tried, we thought he was good in 2016. We were wrong. Not the end of the world, but soon the end of him!
Can you explain how Biden would be better?
 

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Exactly.

And Mr. Trump has not moved the ball down the field to our advantage.

It will be a great day for America and freedom when this phony, childish menatlly ill person is defeated on 11-03-20.

We tried, we thought he was good in 2016. We were wrong. Not the end of the world, but soon the end of him!
saved me $ on taxes. appointed 3 scotus justices. I got my money's worth.

All I wanted out of him was conservative court picks...now, it's up to those picks to take up and rule correctly on gun cases. Trump did his part.

That he's a crass a**h*** doesn't matter much to me. His tweets and speeches are full cringe but it's worth it to see how worked up he makes the libtards such as yourself. Despite his faults, he's a thousand times better then Dementia Joe and the Filthy Hoe.

Am I correct in understanding that you voted for Trump and now want him gone badly enough that you'll vote for the mentally absent corrupt shitbag and sleazy whore? If so, that you'd call anyone else mentally is is kind of funny.
 

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Exactly.

And Mr. Trump has not moved the ball down the field to our advantage.

It will be a great day for America and freedom when this phony, childish menatlly ill person is defeated on 11-03-20.

We tried, we thought he was good in 2016. We were wrong. Not the end of the world, but soon the end of him!
And who would you prefer in office? Mitt Romney? Another Bush? Biden.
 

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Does anyone expect Biden to keep any of his campaign promises? With that said, the democrats will be flooded with new Reps and Senators who are socialists. It will be the beginning of the end of our country as we know it. Let’s hope we keep the senate and win the house if he wins so he can’t get anything done. I also think he will concede quickly and kameltoe will be getting the Oval Office desk chair and couch wet. Other countries will immediately take advantage and we will begin losing jobs. They will blame Trump and the republicans. Ammo will be highly taxed.
The big question.......What will CNN, MSNBC, and the rest of the lame stream media do without Trump to bash on a daily basis? Will they go out of buisiness or get back to reporting news?
 

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Other than for the obvious reasons that exist now, What would moving to a different state do, unless it's going to secede? As far as depending on the supreme court, if the dems pack it just change their name to Politburo.
 

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I expect Biden to immediately back out of Trumps very advantageous trade deals. Kowtow to China and miraculously the virus goes away in the US and Europe.
 

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Anyone else notice the mass shootings have slowed down in the last couple of years since President Trump's first drain of the swamp?

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Missing some of the point. Tensions and pressures are why people snapped into those mass shooting events.

Release has to happen somewhere.

The pressures shifted. Those people who would have snapped and shot up a school to be heard, can now be heard and set fire to a dumpster without fear. Release is different vector, but same outcome.
 
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