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Old Yesterday, 08:11 PM
 
Location: Dublin, OH
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But as I posted earlier, Congress approved nearly $400 million for the exact same thing in March.
And part of that money is for voting machines.
I can understand waiting to see what they do with the $400 million, but what I don't understand is blocking legislation requiring paper backups of all election systems...that is downright scary.
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Old Yesterday, 08:12 PM
 
Location: DFW - Coppell / Las Colinas
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Mitch must have learned all his tricks from Dirty Harry Reid.

Payback is great. I love it after all those years of dirty Harry covering Obama's azz.

D's memories sure are short.
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Old Yesterday, 08:12 PM
 
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Democrats work. Most Republicans are wildly rich or retired collecting SS or Medicare, ironically.
Does it get more delusional than that? Democrats are far more likely not to be working (or retired after spending their lives working).
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Old Yesterday, 09:03 PM
 
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Master Mcconnell (from a slaveholding family) with his Chinese ties is not interested in fair and free elections. He's not interested in the USA doing well....he could care less about the citizens of his own state which is why they tend to rate low on most ever metric.

Of course he doesn't want election security not does he want more people to vote. He doesn't want anything that is good for the people (we peons).
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Old Today, 05:10 AM
 
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Thanks for yours?
You welcome.


At least I am HONEST enough to say I am a conservative unlike many of the left.
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Old Today, 05:22 AM
 
Location: Northern Wisconsin
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How about voter ID? That would stop election fraud, like in Chicago.
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Old Today, 06:21 AM
 
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What baffles me the most is the complete 180 the GOP has done on Russia.

I'm old enough to remember the Cold War and how the Reagan Republicans loathed put enemies the far east.

But since Trump has gotten warm and played footsies with Russia. Trump was quite literally planning/negotiating to build a billion dollar hotel in Moscow as Russian military officers facilitated the hacking of his opponent's campaign.

But Donny has an (R) next to his name, so once respectable Republican leaders just look the other way.

Can you imagine what McConnell, Jim Jordan, Matt gaetz and the rest of the nutjob Republicans would be saying today if Mueller testified last week that Obama/Hillary/Biden willingly accepted help from Russia to win the election? And then asked white house attorneys to fire the AG when he refused to curtail an investigation said election meddling?

Not a single Trump supporter here has the nerve to honestly deny the hypocrisy
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Old Today, 06:22 AM
 
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Well, well, well.

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Old Today, 06:24 AM
 
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Moscow Mitch

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Old Today, 06:27 AM
 
Location: Boston
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What baffles me the most is the complete 180 the GOP has done on Russia.

I'm old enough to remember the Cold War and how the Reagan Republicans loathed put enemies the far east.

But since Trump has gotten warm and played footsies with Russia. Trump was quite literally planning/negotiating to build a billion dollar hotel in Moscow as Russian military officers facilitated the hacking of his opponent's campaign.

But Donny has an (R) next to his name, so once respectable Republican leaders just look the other way.

Can you imagine what McConnell, Jim Jordan, Matt gaetz and the rest of the nutjob Republicans would be saying today if Mueller testified last week that Obama/Hillary/Biden willingly accepted help from Russia to win the election? And then asked white house attorneys to fire the AG when he refused to curtail an investigation said election meddling?

Not a single Trump supporter here has the nerve to honestly deny the hypocrisy
if Obama had done his job, none of this would have ever happened.
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