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    LOL Team Retard.

    Ronna McDaniel clearly has to go but they still can't snap Trump off clean despite him literally costing them the Senate by backing loser Georgia candidates.
    Tell us, sloppytard, in all your learned wisdom, who should have been the republican candidate in Georgia?

    LOL Team Libtard
    Pretty much anyone besides a violent, aborting retard with CTE backed by your boy.

    Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue were also awful fucking candidates. Your orange pimp did a great job backing losers and getting cucked by Brian Kemp.
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    Sloppy actually correct here. We have had a rash of horrible Senate candidates in the past 2 cycles, especially in Georgia. That's Trump's fault. He has a weakness for people who claim undying support for him. He's backing these people because they claim to love him, not because he thinks they're the best. And that's obviously dumb.

    My belief about Trump is the same as before. Very good first 3 years, despite the media trying really hard to sabotage him. Great at foreign policy -- somehow he had a natural feel for that, which actually surprised me. I thought he'd be okay at best at foreign policy, but instead every move he made turned out to be correct (opposite of both Biden and Obama, especially Biden). His governance was not extreme in any way.

    However, he handled COVID poorly (just bad leadership/messaging, obviously Democrats handled it like fools as well). He really handled losing poorly. He has repeatedly backed terrible candidates who end up losing in races where a normal GOP candidate would win. He is a narcissist who couldn't keep himself off of Twitter and couldn't moderate his personal behavior to fit the office for which he was elected. These were all big problems.

    Much like I think Rudy Giuliani did an incredible job cleaning up NYC in the '90s (something Democrats tried and failed for years), I also think present Giuliani is a semi-senile clown. Similarly, I think Trump brought us some great foreign policy and effective measured conservatism from 2017-19, but he fucked up his final year and also was the most sore loser in the history of sore losers (ok, perhaps tied with Stacey Abrams).

    It's Desantis' time.

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    and they wonder why a civil war is brewing, only one party believes in this shit and let's go on with no consequences, and when parents fight back at school board meetings they are deemed "domestic terrorists"...


    https://twitter.com/#!/x/status/1600672259299069952

     
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    Jared Kushner is now under Congressional investigation by two committees for “improperly influencing U.S. tax, trade and national security policies” to bail out his family’s real estate business.

     
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    Ethics group asks Federal Election Commission to probe ex-FTX crypto exchange CEO Sam Bankman-Fried over admitted "dark" money donations to Republican-linked groups.







    lol.



    lmao.

     
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    "Birds born in a cage think flying is an illness." - Alejandro Jodorowsky

    "America is not so much a nightmare as a non-dream. The American non-dream is precisely a move to wipe the dream out of existence. The dream is a spontaneous happening and therefore dangerous to a control system set up by the non-dreamers." -- William S. Burroughs

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    Understandable. Unlike Team Retard, most of these people went to college, possess at least some critical thinking skills, and know who butters their bread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonatine View Post
    Jared Kushner is now under Congressional investigation by two committees for “improperly influencing U.S. tax, trade and national security policies” to bail out his family’s real estate business.
    The Kushner crime family will, of course, skate on this matter, one more time in a long line of their white collar criminal behavior.

     
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    I actually hope this [second impeachment] succeeds, because I want Trump put down politically like a sick, 14-year-old dog. ... I don't want him complicating the 2024 primary season. I just want him done.
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    Were Republicans cowardly or unethical not to go along with [convicting Trump in the second impeachment Senate trial]? No. The smart move was to reject it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayjami View Post
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    Understandable. Unlike Team Retard, most of these people went to college, possess at least some critical thinking skills, and know who butters their bread.
    Thanks devidee. Quite the revelation. This graph is representing "employee" donations. Why is this data even available?

    It makes sense that more individuals voted for and donated to the Democratic party but how do donations from individuals become public knowledge?

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by limitles View Post
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    Understandable. Unlike Team Retard, most of these people went to college, possess at least some critical thinking skills, and know who butters their bread.
    Thanks devidee. Quite the revelation. This graph is representing "employee" donations. Why is this data even available?

    It makes sense that more individuals voted for and donated to the Democratic party but how do donations from individuals become public knowledge?
    All political donations (including individuals) are public information. And yes even in Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayjami View Post
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    Understandable. Unlike Team Retard, most of these people went to college, possess at least some critical thinking skills, and know who butters their bread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BetCheckBet View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by limitles View Post

    Thanks devidee. Quite the revelation. This graph is representing "employee" donations. Why is this data even available?

    It makes sense that more individuals voted for and donated to the Democratic party but how do donations from individuals become public knowledge?
    All political donations (including individuals) are public information. And yes even in Canada.
    Yes and no. My individual contribution is public information. But if I was a Republican billionaire, I could funnel my donation to a dark money group and no one would be the wiser.

    https://www.politico.com/news/2022/1...-haul-00067493

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpbob View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BetCheckBet View Post

    All political donations (including individuals) are public information. And yes even in Canada.
    Yes and no. My individual contribution is public information. But if I was a Republican billionaire, I could funnel my donation to a dark money group and no one would be the wiser.

    https://www.politico.com/news/2022/1...-haul-00067493
    So a couple hundred people at most can obfuscate? Generous estimate

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    Quote Originally Posted by BetCheckBet View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by limitles View Post

    Thanks devidee. Quite the revelation. This graph is representing "employee" donations. Why is this data even available?

    It makes sense that more individuals voted for and donated to the Democratic party but how do donations from individuals become public knowledge?
    All political donations (including individuals) are public information. And yes even in Canada.
    Ok, but someone went to a lot of trouble to collect this data and for what? I don't think anyone would be surprised if an employee
    and employer aligned politically.

    Regardless of the data, this serves no purpose except to deflect the major flaw re: political donations
    which allows "big money" to bolster a campaign. The ramifications of candidates recieving heavy funding from corporations etc. is lost on no one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by limitles View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BetCheckBet View Post

    All political donations (including individuals) are public information. And yes even in Canada.
    Ok, but someone went to a lot of trouble to collect this data and for what? I don't think anyone would be surprised if an employee
    and employer aligned politically.

    Regardless of the data, this serves no purpose except to deflect the major flaw re: political donations
    which allows "big money" to bolster a campaign. The ramifications of candidates recieving heavy funding from corporations etc. is lost on no one.
    I hope you're joking or you really are fucking retarded

    Big money controls all since....forever? Holy shit. #1 idiot. Smash your next bottle over your head and pray it reverses whatever went wrong up there

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    Quote Originally Posted by ok25 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by limitles View Post

    Ok, but someone went to a lot of trouble to collect this data and for what? I don't think anyone would be surprised if an employee
    and employer aligned politically.

    Regardless of the data, this serves no purpose except to deflect the major flaw re: political donations
    which allows "big money" to bolster a campaign. The ramifications of candidates recieving heavy funding from corporations etc. is lost on no one.
    I hope you're joking or you really are fucking retarded

    Big money controls all since....forever? Holy shit. #1 idiot. Smash your next bottle over your head and pray it reverses whatever went wrong up there
    I just pointed that out. Connecting an individual's political donation to their workplace is meaningless.
    There is no joke there. Your political system is the joke. You, the average citizen is being pushed aside.

    If somehow they could get you to not vote then they'd really have a run. You have that Ace up your sleeve for now.


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    A sign that Trump’s hold on the party is getting tenuous?

    GOP Donors Worth $85 Billion Say It’s Time to Move on From Trump
    Blackstone’s Schwarzman will back ‘new generation’ over Trump
    ‘We need a fresh face,’ Interactive Brokers’ Peterffy says
    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...new-generation
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    I actually hope this [second impeachment] succeeds, because I want Trump put down politically like a sick, 14-year-old dog. ... I don't want him complicating the 2024 primary season. I just want him done.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    Were Republicans cowardly or unethical not to go along with [convicting Trump in the second impeachment Senate trial]? No. The smart move was to reject it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MumblesBadly View Post
    A sign that Trump’s hold on the party is getting tenuous?

    GOP Donors Worth $85 Billion Say It’s Time to Move on From Trump
    Blackstone’s Schwarzman will back ‘new generation’ over Trump
    ‘We need a fresh face,’ Interactive Brokers’ Peterffy says
    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...new-generation
    Oh that's been clear since the midterms.

    Most Republican social media influencers of already abandoned him and are pushing Desantis now.

    Trump brought a unique outlook and strategy to Republican politics, and it was effective for awhile, but soon enough there was going to be a more stable person who was able to do the same thing better. That's what we have now with Desantis, and after Trump's candidates flopped badly in this election and also dragged down the party as a whole, he's rapidly fallen out of favor.

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