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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #25 on: November 14, 2022, 02:52:00 pm »
Your gang is calling me a liar and stalking me on other forums so you can ridicule me on this one ----- and you accuse me of being "emotional" and "lashing out"?  You simply cannot be serious @LMAO

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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #26 on: November 14, 2022, 03:01:48 pm »
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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #27 on: November 14, 2022, 03:05:30 pm »
Your gang is calling me a liar and stalking me on other forums so you can ridicule me on this one ----- and you accuse me of being "emotional" and "lashing out"?  You simply cannot be serious @LMAO

I agree 100% @Right_in_Virginia. While I sometimes disagree with you (surprise!), I would never call you a liar. That is a caustic aspersion which is not helpful to any discussion. Using it here, in this way and on this site, is just wrong.

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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #28 on: November 14, 2022, 03:15:35 pm »
I agree 100% @Right_in_Virginia. While I sometimes disagree with you (surprise!), I would never call you a liar. That is a caustic aspersion which is not helpful to any discussion. Using it here, in this way and on this site, is just wrong.

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I will always treasure @Right_in_Virginia 's presence here, as we together manned the 2020 Election thread early that morning and watched and documented an election steal in  "REAL TIME".   

What we saw iced the fact that "election denying" is utter bullshit.  The "denying" are the ones complicit and supporting election ballot collection, counting, and reporting corruption.  There is no doubt, and I am 100% sure this is the clear and present danger to any further fair elections.  Sadly, the dims are joyous and giddy that they not only got away with it in 2020, but have pulled it off again 2022.
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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #29 on: November 14, 2022, 03:31:50 pm »
I agree 100% @Right_in_Virginia. While I sometimes disagree with you (surprise!), I would never call you a liar. That is a caustic aspersion which is not helpful to any discussion. Using it here, in this way and on this site, is just wrong.

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Why did you ping me? I’ve never called anybody a liar or ridiculed anybody for their stances.

I just simply responded to the claim of not having emotionally-based responses when in fact they were. I understand we all have to defend our egos which causes us to become emotional and lash out at others when we feel we are being attacked. And I personally have no desire to follow somebody on another forum to harass them. Whoever does that needs to stop. Heated discussions are one thing. But you don’t have to make it personal. I get this election was a huge disappointment and I think we’re all emotional right now.


I do not think Trump should be the 2024 nominee. I think that would increase Biden’s and the Democrats chances of victory. If someone disagrees that’s fine. We’re not gonna change each other’s minds and ultimately, despite that difference I have with Trump supporters, we want the same things for this country

And maybe I’ll be proven wrong. Trump may get the nomination and win in a landslide.

I think we are all worried about the direction of the country. And it isn’t just us. It seems people outside our little bubble of conservatism also agree. So it does hurt that Republicans didn’t do as well as they should have. Because we know without any real buffer against Joe Biden and his  merry band of leftists, we’re all going to suffer


At some point, the wounds will heal and will have to move on. That’s when the real fight will begin and even the worst of storms eventually pass.



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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #30 on: November 14, 2022, 03:35:38 pm »
Just to be clear, @Right_in_Virginia has forgotten more about the ins and outs of what is really happening within the beltway, than you would ever be able to comprehend in a dozen lifetimes.

You are far from her league.

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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #31 on: November 14, 2022, 03:36:28 pm »
I will always treasure @Right_in_Virginia 's presence here, as we together manned the 2020 Election thread early that morning and watched and documented an election steal in  "REAL TIME".   

What we saw iced the fact that "election denying" is utter bullshit.  The "denying" are the one complicit and supporting election ballot collection, counting, and reporting corruption.  There is no doubt, and I am 100% sure this is the clear and present danger to any further fair elections.  Sadly, the dims are joyous and giddy that they not only got away with it in 2020, but have pulled it off again 2022.


I saw a poll, I’ll try to find it and post it, were only 25% of the American people have faith in our election process

I don’t have the expectation that everybody who I support is going to win all the time. And I understand that sometimes Republicans win and sometimes Democrats win. But for God’s sake, Third World countries run smoother elections than we have in the last couple years

I have little interest in streamlining government or in making it more efficient, for I mean to reduce its size. I do not undertake to promote welfare, for I propose to extend freedom. My aim is not to pass laws, but to repeal them.

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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #32 on: November 14, 2022, 03:37:43 pm »
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RIV is knowledgeable and spirited, I’ll say that for her.  She’s a valuable resource here.  I get insights from her about issues and politicians I don’t get from the politburo media.  But, to be honest I could say the same for many people here. TBR is all I need to stay updated; and staying informed today is more important than ever.

Lol

You’re addicted to this site. As am I. It’s soothing to be with comrade in arms in these troubling times
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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #33 on: November 14, 2022, 03:38:28 pm »

I saw a poll, I’ll try to find it and post it, were only 25% of the American people have faith in our election process

I don’t have the expectation that everybody who I support is going to win all the time. And I understand that sometimes Republicans win and sometimes Democrats win. But for God’s sake, Third World countries run smoother elections than we have in the last couple years



I have no more faith in U.S. elections.  To me, they lack the fundamentally necessary aspects that make an election system reliable, and therefore U.S. elections are invalid as far as I'm concerned right now.  The U.S. is now an illegitimate government, because its legitimacy stands or falls on the validity of its elections.
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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #34 on: November 14, 2022, 03:42:55 pm »
@Lando Lincoln

Why did you ping me? I’ve never called anybody a liar or ridiculed anybody for their stances.

I just simply responded to the claim of not having emotionally-based responses when in fact they were. I understand we all have to defend our egos which causes us to become emotional and lash out at others when we feel we are being attacked. And I personally have no desire to follow somebody on another forum to harass them. Whoever does that needs to stop. Heated discussions are one thing. But you don’t have to make it personal. I get this election was a huge disappointment and I think we’re all emotional right now.


I do not think Trump should be the 2024 nominee. I think that would increase Biden’s and the Democrats chances of victory. If someone disagrees that’s fine. We’re not gonna change each other’s minds and ultimately, despite that difference I have with Trump supporters, we want the same things for this country

And maybe I’ll be proven wrong. Trump may get the nomination and win in a landslide.

I think we are all worried about the direction of the country. And it isn’t just us. It seems people outside our little bubble of conservatism also agree. So it does hurt that Republicans didn’t do as well as they should have. Because we know without any real buffer against Joe Biden and his  merry band of leftists, we’re all going to suffer


At some point, the wounds will heal and will have to move on. That’s when the real fight will begin and even the worst of storms eventually pass.

I apologize @LMAO. I did not intend such an implication but I can see I did, clearly.
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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #35 on: November 14, 2022, 03:50:11 pm »
I have no more faith in U.S. elections.  To me, they lack the fundamentally necessary aspects that make an election system reliable, and therefore U.S. elections are invalid as far as I'm concerned right now.  The U.S. is now an illegitimate government, because its legitimacy stands or falls on the validity of its elections.

Brilliant!

Without confidence in future elections the American dynasty will have run its course.  It’s probably a good thing the future is hidden from us.  I don’t ever want to see what’s in store.

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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #36 on: November 14, 2022, 03:50:57 pm »
I apologize @LMAO. I did not intend such an implication but I can see I did, clearly.

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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #37 on: November 14, 2022, 03:57:14 pm »
Brilliant!

Without confidence in future elections the American dynasty will have run its course.  It’s probably a good thing the future is hidden from us.  I don’t ever want to see what’s in store.

Too many sheeple and not enough patriots to do much about it.

Gen Z has just  spoken, and has decided to take the country off the cliff. Their power and numbers are just going to grow too.   

Glad I'm 65, and won't likely have to watch it happen.
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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #38 on: November 14, 2022, 04:35:00 pm »
Too many sheeple and not enough patriots to do much about it.

Gen Z has just  spoken, and has decided to take the country off the cliff. Their power and numbers are just going to grow too.   

Glad I'm 65, and won't likely have to watch it hapen.
I'm afraid we will have no choice but to watch it happen and be deeply affected, the democrats communists are moving the accelerator from light speed to plaid in their destruction of the Republic and America. My mother who is turning 91 in three weeks has said how she never thought she would live to see this happen in America but thankful she won't be alive for the destruction....she is probably correct.

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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #39 on: November 14, 2022, 05:50:28 pm »
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As De Santis hasn't gone through the vicious demonization scourging Trump has gone through.  Its  real early and unwise to dance on Trumps grave and declare Santis as a God coming to save us. Smacks of what a lock-stepping Democrat would brazenly and proudly do.

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You DO know he is rude,right? What the Republicans need is someone polite,like one of the Bush Klan.

Yeah,THAT'S the ticket!

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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #40 on: November 14, 2022, 05:52:31 pm »
McConnell is 80 years old and increasingly unlikely to retain his position as minority leader.  If this happens he may resign his seat altogether. Kentucky recently passed a law to forbid the democrat governor from replacing him with anyone other than a republican. Of course he could appoint the biggest RINO he can find.  Beshear is up for reelection in 2023 --- so Mitch may hang around until early 2024.

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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #41 on: November 14, 2022, 05:57:25 pm »

I saw a poll, I’ll try to find it and post it, were only 25% of the American people have faith in our election process



@LMAO

That 25 percent are wildly optimistic dreamers. AKA "delusional".

America will not exist as a free and independent nation within the next 8-12 years.

Not to worry,though. EVERYBODY will be polite thanks to a federal mandate.
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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #42 on: November 14, 2022, 06:38:27 pm »
Your gang is calling me a liar and stalking me on other forums so you can ridicule me on this one -----

@Right_in_Virginia

Who is this gang member who is calling you a "liar" and who is stalking you on other forums?

(Disclaimer:  there is a difference between calling someone a "liar", and pointing out where something they keep repeating ad infinitum is patently false.  When you encounter the latter, the best defense is to address it openly by providing evidence that supports the claim you are making.  Because in the absence of that, people will suspect that you willfully know that your claims are false, but you choose to repeat them anyway.  Hope that helps.  Humility goes a long way with me.)
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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #43 on: November 14, 2022, 09:08:36 pm »
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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #44 on: November 14, 2022, 09:34:14 pm »
I'm hearing a lot of democrats and RINOs speaking of how Republicans must now have to run their elections to better suit democrats, even imitate democrats ways to run their elections.
Youtube now says that many judges are demanding that mail in ballots that have no date on them are void.  Ballots that don't have election dates on them are being shredded in a extreme hurry by democrats.  Can't get a more honest election than that, at least where democrats can heavily influence them.  Two election in a row where election fraud prevalent, bt by democrats don't exist at all, and democrats now want Republicans to run their side of elections to suit democrats.  Odd the democrat views of elections being greatly favored by the media, who'd a thunk?
Democrats have been proud of their lowest of the low scum bag politics, and now are advancing aggressively by their conscienceless stooges.  As Upchuck Schumer said with such politics decried; Well it worked didn't it?  Less conscience than a WWII Nazi.
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« Reply #46 on: November 16, 2022, 11:38:53 am »
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@Right_in_Virginia

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We'll see if you are so magnanimous at the end of the next couple of years, @aligncare

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Re: Ron DeSantis is the new Republican Party leader
« Reply #47 on: November 16, 2022, 02:15:00 pm »
McConnell is 80 years old and increasingly unlikely to retain his position as minority leader.  If this happens he may resign his seat altogether.  Kentucky recently passed a law to forbid the democrat governor from replacing him with anyone other than a republican.  Of course he could appoint the biggest RINO he can find.  Beshear is up for reelection in 2023 --- so Mitch may hang around until early 2024.

McConnell is seeing his first challenge in 15 years. (Scott) He'll likely prevail, but he's also got to realize that his hold on the party is not only slipping, but is compromised.  He bears the line responsible for the 2022 electoral....   and he realizes it.
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« Reply #48 on: November 16, 2022, 02:18:01 pm »
I agree 100% @Right_in_Virginia. While I sometimes disagree with you (surprise!), I would never call you a liar. That is a caustic aspersion which is not helpful to any discussion. Using it here, in this way and on this site, is just wrong.

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I have always a lot of respect for @Right_in_Virginia too.  We've had our disagreements too, but she is smart as hell.
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« Reply #49 on: November 16, 2022, 02:28:59 pm »
Can't wait to see how well DeSantis does without the support of Trump voters.

What comes around,goes around,MF'ers!
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