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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Londonrake » Thu Feb 25, 2021 6:15 pm

Early days I know but it's beginning to look already that the GOP nomination will most likely go to the strongest contender............................. U No Hu 8)

Cruz - thought to be the only other significant runner - seems to have effectively fallen on his sword by going to Cancun and - although the election's 4 years away the nomination will be sown up 2 years earlier, at the beginning of 2023.

If Trump were elected (let's pretend here) he would be older by 6 months than Biden at his win. The oldest ever. Not only that but he'd be elected on his birthday. Will they perhaps bring Marilyn back from the grave, too? :D
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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Kikapu » Thu Feb 25, 2021 9:22 pm

Londonrake wrote:Early days I know but it's beginning to look already that the GOP nomination will most likely go to the strongest contender............................. U No Hu 8)

Cruz - thought to be the only other significant runner - seems to have effectively fallen on his sword by going to Cancun and - although the election's 4 years away the nomination will be sown up 2 years earlier, at the beginning of 2023.

If Trump were elected (let's pretend here) he would be older by 6 months than Biden at his win. The oldest ever. Not only that but he'd be elected on his birthday. Will they perhaps bring Marilyn back from the grave, too? :D

Ted Cruz didn’t have any hope for the GOP nomination even without the “Cancun Gate”. :wink:

Best hope for the Democrats is that Trump becomes the GOP nomination for the 2024 elections.

Trump has split the GOP party already, along with his involvement of the Capitol attack and from here to there with all of Trump’s legal headaches will only suppress the GOP votes and only increase the Democratic vote as he being the most hated Republican President in history for the Dems.

4 years is a long time, but as of now, Trump more than like win the nomination but lose the election big time, then we will have the election fraud claims by him all over again. :wink:
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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Londonrake » Thu Feb 25, 2021 10:14 pm

I've said it before - to no avail, particularly in the present hubristic honeymoon period, but - you've been making a very big mistake.

"Unity" :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Oceanside50 » Fri Feb 26, 2021 3:08 am

Trump, if he decides to run will have the nomination and presidency in the bag.. the Libtards under Biden/ Harris are proving their worthkessness... it will be a landslide
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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Kikapu » Fri Feb 26, 2021 8:47 am

Oceanside50 wrote:Trump, if he decides to run will have the nomination and presidency in the bag.. the Libtards under Biden/ Harris are proving their worthkessness... it will be a landslide


If Trump couldn’t win in a landslide as a sitting president in 2020, oh wait a minute, he didn’t win at all :D , what makes you think he can win in 2024? :roll:

Trump only has so many right wing brain dead nutcases who would follow him to the end of the world, but not all Republicans are like those losers. :D

Anyway, in order to secure a Democratic win in 2024, let Trump be nominated for the Presidency. :wink:
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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Paphitis » Fri Feb 26, 2021 11:00 pm

Kikapu wrote:
Oceanside50 wrote:Trump, if he decides to run will have the nomination and presidency in the bag.. the Libtards under Biden/ Harris are proving their worthkessness... it will be a landslide


If Trump couldn’t win in a landslide as a sitting president in 2020, oh wait a minute, he didn’t win at all :D , what makes you think he can win in 2024? :roll:

Trump only has so many right wing brain dead nutcases who would follow him to the end of the world, but not all Republicans are like those losers. :D

Anyway, in order to secure a Democratic win in 2024, let Trump be nominated for the Presidency. :wink:


Trump had landslide support with 80 million votes. Much more than Obama.

The only difference, the Democrats cheated and played the fraudulent games to get more one time voters which won’t happen next time of Biden proves to be a waste of space.
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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Paphitis » Fri Feb 26, 2021 11:04 pm

Kikapu wrote:I was hosted by Birkibrisli at his home at the Blue Mountains for two days, so only had 2 days in Sydney.

Hope all goes well for you in the aviation industry and the company you work for. Many aviation companies are in a very opportunistic times now with their employees. The tables will turn again in a few years if all goes well.


Yes the tables will turn again.

We were warned recently that the business will be reviewing its numbers. In other words, redundancies.

But that can only go so far.

I would have been a lot safer if I took a checkers role. I’m only a line trainer at the moment. I do hold testing approvals from 2 overseas Asian companies (mainline and their low cost subsidiary) as a contractor as they send their cadets for JTT. When they got audited by CASA, they were told that abd they want me to stop doing it and be a checker for them.
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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby CrookedRiverGuy » Fri Feb 26, 2021 11:24 pm

Paphitis wrote:Trump had landslide support with 80 million votes.


You must be envious of the only president that ever gathered the support of more than 80 million:

BIDEN

The pathetic looser got 7 million less votes 74 million.

Mr Orange lost big time. Get over it
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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Paphitis » Sat Feb 27, 2021 1:11 am

CrookedRiverGuy wrote:
Paphitis wrote:Trump had landslide support with 80 million votes.


You must be envious of the only president that ever gathered the support of more than 80 million:

BIDEN

The pathetic looser got 7 million less votes 74 million.

Mr Orange lost big time. Get over it


More votes than Obama got which doesn’t make him a loser at all.

In fact it’s a recipe for disaster as Trump’s supporters will hold. They are galvanised genuine supporters as opposed to fair weather supporters for Biden who will vanish into thin air when he proves to be a lame duck and millions of Americans become unemployed.

Get ready for it and when it happens the melt down will go down in history as sweet justice.

When people lose their ability to support themselves and their families, then the grounds are so fertile for a Trump return and the tree that takes over will be difficult to control or prune. This is how Hitler got in. It’s how the lines of Pootin get in.

And it’s how people like Trump thrive. Not that he should ever be compared to Hitler or Pootin. But judging by the reactions of the last 4 and a bit years, you would be forgiven to think Trump is comparable to Hitler or Pootin or Erdogan which of course he wasn’t and isn’t. The before mentioned are answerable to no one but Trump was both accountable and answerable to the people and the law.

We are talking about the benchmark of democracy and accountability and freedom here. That is what America is. No other country in the world quite like it. They put everyone to shame - EU, Australia, you name it. They defend their hard fought rights tooth and nail. Plus they are the nicest people to boot. I was out with some friends last night - families. A Greek family as a matter of fact. We were both discussing the US and the people.

They love the country, own their very successful business and have been to America several times and live going there as well as Greece and they have been to Cyprus but only for 4 days.

We were saying Americans are opinionated and very loud. But overall that we like them. We then both said, in actual effect they are exactly the same as Greeks and Cypriots. We are opinionated and loud and very direct. Like the Yanks. We asked ourselves the question whether we thought that was a good thing and we agreed that it was because you always know where an American or a Greek, Cypriot or Southern European are coming from, no second guessing required. As opposed to Anglo Saxons who hide their emotions and are not honest and disguise their feelings and opinions to appear polite abd then do the dirty on you when you least expect it.

But apart from being quite loud and opinionated, they are also polite to you. Try asking a yank anything or for their time or assistance and they usually always bend over backwards. But if you get into a conversation about Trump or politics, they get animated similarly to Cypriots, Greeks but then it’s all usually forgotten and they don’t take it personally.
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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Paphitis » Sat Feb 27, 2021 3:27 am

It really amazes me over the stupidity of people.

In essence, what counts to people is providing them with the ability and opportunity, educated or not, to work, make a descent wage, be able to have the opportunity and job security to get a mortgage and buy a house. Everyone deserves a fair go and not be sidelined and shoved to the fringes regardless of race, political persuasion or religion,

Plus health and education opportunities plus trade qualifications training or the support to open up a small business.

Plus fair taxation and lower cost of living.

Plus adequate law enforcement, security, border control, drug rehabilitation and good mental health clinics and support,

That’s what counts. And Trump ticked more boxes than anyone in the last 40 odd years aside from Reagan.

No we are embarking back to a style of politics that is all lip service but lacks substance - such as Biden’s rhetoric over unity which provided little more than a nice sound grab but in essence the fact of the matter is, there is no unity for Trump or GOP supporters. What the facts are is that these people are the deplorables. Therefore they have no rights to earn a living, should be sidelined and moved to the fringes and their voice removed from them because the media are spinning the narrative that because they vote for Trump, they are hate filled and beyond contempt. Even though Trump enjoyed a lot of support from the Black African, Latino and Cuban communities. All because they got jobs and were bought in from the fringes into the mainstream when 17 million jobs were created by Trump’s economic vision and protectionism of American industry and manufacturing.

Well, you so called Democrats departed from the issues that matter a long time ago abd it’s only a matter of time before you are hung by your own petard.

As you destroy the dreams and hopes of people, the GOP’s support can only grow as your fair weather low information supporters won’t get out of bed to vote because they voted Democrat this time round and all they got was 4 years of unemployment.

Biden will fertilise the ground for us like a very good sport as the President of you know ....The Thing....oh I dunno...I forget :lol:
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