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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Paphitis » Sat Jun 18, 2022 7:33 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:"...Donald Trump continues to be a threat to Democracy".



...and though they seem few, Americans exist to fight against "Americans".


The biggest threat to democracy RW is the media like MSNBC.

Trump was definat ely m,iles ahead of Biden as Potus - and far more comptenet and a far better POTUS.

Which is why Americans are pivoting towards the GOP now and will piviot even more in 2024.

And there is nothing that can be done about that because it's the democratic will of the American people who will vote for GOP, with GOP as the president Elect potentially.
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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Jun 18, 2022 8:28 pm

...as though he will live forever.

Trump is not American, he is surrounded by "Americans", and he has exposed them; perhaps we may thank him in the future having done so, Americans fought (and are fighting) back.

...the biggest threat to Democracy is "Them"; you seem to think that the Media is immune to ownership, and the power this ownership has when they are (very) few.

We will see if Cheney loses in Wyoming, which way Americans are pivoting will be more clear. Her work at the moment is Historic; indeed, in the end, the American People will have to decide on its importance too.

...it's a long way to November in political terms there is much by then and now that will be done. (Cheny may be the choice of Republicans by the time of the Presidential elections, actually.)

Biden is not Bernie Sanders, which i think you like many are expecting from him. Let's not forget what Trump left as a Legacy, not much to remember as real Leadership in a time of crisis like the COVID, and let's be honest completely unprepared with what would be the result economically speaking of such disruptions; his second term as a result may have been much worse.
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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Lordo » Sat Jun 18, 2022 10:06 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:...as though he will live forever.

Trump is not American, he is surrounded by "Americans", and he has exposed them; perhaps we may thank him in the future having done so, Americans fought (and are fighting) back.

...the biggest threat to Democracy is "Them"; you seem to think that the Media is immune to ownership, and the power this ownership has when they are (very) few.

We will see if Cheney loses in Wyoming, which way Americans are pivoting will be more clear. Her work at the moment is Historic; indeed, in the end, the American People will have to decide on its importance too.

...it's a long way to November in political terms there is much by then and now that will be done. (Cheny may be the choice of Republicans by the time of the Presidential elections, actually.)

Biden is not Bernie Sanders, which i think you like many are expecting from him. Let's not forget what Trump left as a Legacy, not much to remember as real Leadership in a time of crisis like the COVID, and let's be honest completely unprepared with what would be the result economically speaking of such disruptions; his second term as a result may have been much worse.

Whether Cheney loses or not, she has booked her place in American history. She will be remembered just like the Washington and Lincoln.
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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Kikapu » Sun Jun 19, 2022 11:11 am

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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Lordo » Sun Jun 19, 2022 12:08 pm

Does anybody really think if another leader was President, it would have made a blind bit of difference. Unless that leader decided to apply no sanctions on Russia. The next question is would the establishment allow such a thing. One thing ofr sure in America is a simple fact that leaders come and go but policy remains the same.
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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Maximus » Sun Jun 19, 2022 2:26 pm

It wasnt even bad with Trump,

Americans voted out a perfectly good president who put Americans and American interests first.

That man and his electorate where basically assaulted throughout the run up to the elections and for 4 years while he was in office.
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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Kikapu » Sun Jun 19, 2022 2:35 pm

Maximus wrote:It wasnt even bad with Trump,

Americans voted out a perfectly good president who put Americans and American interests first.

That man and his electorate where basically assaulted throughout the run up to the elections and for 4 years while he was in office.

Max, it will be easier for you and Paphitis to sell Trump to us by first saying, "yes, Trump was a cunt, but he was still better than any Democrat" then go on to say what you wanted to say..........! :wink:
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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Maximus » Sun Jun 19, 2022 2:44 pm

Kikapu wrote:
Maximus wrote:It wasnt even bad with Trump,

Americans voted out a perfectly good president who put Americans and American interests first.

That man and his electorate where basically assaulted throughout the run up to the elections and for 4 years while he was in office.

Max, it will be easier for you and Paphitis to sell Trump to us by first saying, "yes, Trump was a cunt, but he was still better than any Democrat" then go on to say what you wanted to say..........! :wink:


It would be easier for you guys to realize no matter what you thought of him, you made a mistake and supported someone even worse. :)

Whether paphitis or I recongise him as being a cunt or not doesnt change anything.

Just that, we were right in hindsight given the options and state of the two major parties in America.

To support and vote democrat was a real bad move.
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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Lordo » Sun Jun 19, 2022 2:48 pm

How does anybody with a single brain cell not see that liars like Trump and BoZo are not even fit to lead a country. Are some people that stupid? Or is it they have come to conclusion that a liar from their own political persuasion is better than the honest person from the opposition.
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Re: The US Election Thread: Trump Lives Matter

Postby Maximus » Sun Jun 19, 2022 2:57 pm

You know what they are doing to their kids,

Radical left wing gender bending nut jobs have infiltrated children's schools as teachers and they are indoctrinating them on transgender ideology. Encouraging boys to be girls and vice versa at ages of 6!

Then left wing "professionals" get these confused kids referred to them, which they then encourage to transition at a young age. Instead of teaching them correctly, they indoctrinate, confuse and chemically castrate kids before doing irreversible damage to them with operations.

People have been appointed to government that allow this to go on, they cant even tell you what a women is. They dont see anything wrong with this.

its sick and disgusting.
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