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Old 04-13-2018, 09:23 AM
Status: "Buttigieg/Beto/Harris 2020!!" (set 18 days ago)
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Originally Posted by Sactown4 View Post
And America lost.

It would have been great if Ryan had been able to give that speech in 2016, but we would have just had Trump, or another like him running again in 2020.

Now, we will recover as a nation.

The good Republicans and Conservatives will realize that damage caused by the bigot base was not worth the few extra votes they might have received, and they will return to being the party of fiscal responsibility and law & order.
It’s entirely too late.

We’ve seen time and time again Paul Ryan & Co sell their souls in their support (even passive support) of sexual assault perpetrators, child predators, bigots, Nazis, and the like.

It’s too damn late. There is no recovery from that.

Old 04-13-2018, 09:28 AM
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Originally Posted by juneaubound View Post
Nobody from the D party wanted Trump, and very few from the R party wanted Trump. The media didn't want Trump. Many world leaders didn't want Trump. All of those entities thought that Trump would lose. The only group that wanted Trump was 63 million Americans who went to the polling booth and pulled the trigger for him. Trump won.
The Army Generals wanted Trump, because they care about America's safety and place in the world.
Without Trump, North Korea would be given another 8 years to build whatever they want....
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