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Well, what else would you expect from an insane political party that also pretty much believes that 2+2=5?
Hey, what a great plan! Instead of working aggressively to end the current border crisis, let's add to the problem by stopping the construction of a wall that would likely deter many of these invading people.
We're only two months into China Joe's regime, and in my opinion, he has already solidified himself as the worst president ever. And when one considers the damage that Woodrow Wilson did to our country during his time in office, that's really saying something.
Evidently, a clown car must not have been available for China Joe, possibly because most of them are currently being used in other messed-up parts of the country.
Even though we all knew that this day was probably coming soon, this news is still very disappointing to hear.
Rush was a true patriot, and his numerous contributions to both talk radio and the conservative community over the last three-and-a-half decades simply can't be overstated. He'll certainly be missed, especially since we currently need strong, straightforward conservative voices like Rush as much as ever.
I was hoping to see this comment, and I wasn't disappointed. Many of the people on this forum are definitely on the ball. Well done, my friend.
I'll go out on a limb here and guess that it's the photo on the right, which seems to resemble a scene from either 1930s-era Germany or modern-day North Korea.
Honestly, Obama and Bush should both be joining their "spiritual advisor" in prison for quite a while, each man for various reasons.
Rest in peace, America. It was a great 244 years.
Seeing that the Constitution has essentially been reduced to just a piece of paper, we are no different from a banana republic at this point. The rule of law is dead and buried, and the Founding Fathers are spinning furiously in their graves.
Rod Serling is undoubtedly an all-time television great, but I don't think that even he could have thought up much of what we've witnessed in America this year.
This forum is truly one of the few remaining outlets for free speech and sanity on the Internet. I've previously had some good conversations on here with certain people, and the community overall is both knowledgeable and friendly.
Given all that has occurred in our country over the past several years (and particularly during the last two weeks), it's nice to know sometimes that I'm not alone when it comes to my political views.
The craziest part is that these globalist organizations aren't even attempting to conceal their actual goals now. By being so blatant about it all, they're basically laughing in our faces at this point, realizing that many people probably won't question anything (which, of course, is the whole idea).
As others here have already suggested, this fake pandemic ceased being about a mere virus a long time ago, and the people who occupy powerful positions know it. To the elites, Pooh Flu is simply serving as a tool through which to pursue absolute control of our country. However, the powers that be will fail, if enough Americans are willing to stand up to their tyrannical actions.
Under normal circumstances, this particular election would have been a blowout in Trump's favor. Biden is easily the Democrats' worst presidential nominee since Walter Mondale in 1984, due to both his longtime political failures and his blatant corruption. Throw Trump's decent presidential record into the mix, and you would have the makings of a fairly easy Republican victory.
The fact that this race remains so close -- even with all that we know about Biden -- is nothing short of a total disgrace. If Sleepy Joe actually maintains his current lead, we might as well get a death certificate ready, because this country is finished. Apparently, 68 million voters are okay with America essentially being controlled by the communist Chinese government.
Even after holding several other rallies across the country earlier today, Trump didn't miss a beat with this last one in Florida. When you see the energy that the president typically displays during each of these events, it can be easy to forget that he's 74 years old. I honestly don't know how he does it sometimes.
The Biden compilation videos that are being shown at these rallies truly keep getting better all the time. How embarrassing must it be for Democrats that their candidate's numerous gaffes are being constantly used as campaign fodder by Trump and his team?
And to think that more than 60 million Americans will still vote for this incoherent moron to lead the nation, all because the media told them to do so. It's honestly quite unbelievable to see just how easily the general populace can be deceived.
By avoiding any discussion about foreign policy, the Commission is deliberately trying to prevent President Trump from highlighting his surprising successes in that area (such as USMCA and the peace agreements). Skipping that topic also allows Biden to be protected from any serious questioning about his personal role in Hunter's shady foreign business deals. How convenient.
Believe it or not, my college major was actually journalism. Also, my conservative dad has worked in that field -- although primarily with sports departments -- for nearly 35 years. We both regularly decry the current pathetic state of the media in general; any sort of integrity that was prevalent in journalism years ago now only exists among a small group of individuals, as well as within some independent outlets.
I personally would like to work for a conservative media source in either a writing or an editing capacity, as I'm fairly skilled in both areas. However, I wouldn't be able to join any of the mainstream media outlets, simply because I'm unwilling to abandon my principles for any reason.
Rocks for commies.
Rocks for commies.
Charlie Brown will really thank you for giving such a rotten item to people who actually deserve it. Hopefully this Halloween, he'll get some of those full-size candy bars in his trick-or-treat bag instead.
Hey, to hear both the media and the pollsters tell it, Biden is apparently on track for a 50-state victory. A senile career politician who is almost exclusively campaigning from his basement will supposedly achieve an overwhelming win that is akin to both the 1972 and 1984 election results.
The constant high attendance numbers at Trump's rallies -- regardless of when each said event is announced or where it is located -- pretty much prove that the polls are ridiculous. Realistically, Trump probably won't win in a landslide; however, given his solid record as president thus far, there's no way that he can possibly lose in a fair election.
If you come at the king, you best not miss.
I really like Giuliani. His candor may not always sit well with certain people, but I truly believe that that characteristic has contributed greatly to his overall successful career. Given Trump's similar traits, it's no wonder why Rudy and the president have been such good friends for the past few decades.
My thoughts about last night's debate are as follows:
Neither candidate really talked in great detail about actual policies. When such items were mentioned, Trump adopted more of a fact-based approach; by contrast, Biden mainly sought to attack the president's record, while providing no substantial arguments for what he himself would have done differently.
Trump's strongest performance of the night was definitely during the discussion about law and order. I particularly liked it when Trump cornered Biden by asking him to name one specific law enforcement organization that has endorsed Sleepy Joe; Biden, of course, was unable to provide an answer.
Prior to this debate, I viewed it as important for Trump to get Biden angry at some point, given Sleepy Joe's current mental state. Trump certainly didn't disappoint there, as Biden clearly lost his temper a few times.
Trump also might have been successful in deepening the perceived rift between establishment Democrats and the party's more pronounced radical supporters. He basically forced Biden to take a vague stance on some of the left's craziest proposals, such as the Green New Deal and defunding the police.
I thought that Trump was smart to mention Hunter's discharge from the military when Biden talked about his son Beau's accomplishments there.
Trump did drop the ball somewhat during the discussion about race. He had a good opportunity to point out what has been achieved for minorities under his administration, but he never seized it.
As expected, Chris Wallace was a terrible moderator. It honestly felt like a 2-on-1 situation in Biden's favor all night.
Overall, I doubt that this debate really moved the needle much for either candidate in terms of attracting undecided voters. Having said that, I personally give Trump the win.
I doubt that Biden would be able to successfully run a Dunkin' Donuts location at this point either.
They're clearly discouraging the flight of their Bumble Bee tuna cans.
It doesn't really shock me that numerous women who live down South -- and particularly in Texas -- seem to have solid values and to lean more conservative politically. However, I am pretty surprised to hear about the supposed number of reasonable women from Austin; after all, that city is arguably Texas' largest leftist bastion.
I happen to reside in Illinois myself, which may contribute somewhat to my difficulty in meeting many pro-Trump women in person. In general, living in a blue state truly does come with its fair share of drawbacks.