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Jan 10 - SO MUCH WINNING: Sen. B!tch McConnell BLOCKS approved House bills to reopen gov't


 


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 3 months ago '08        #51
MotorBoat Jones 
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 AllWins said
I agree with that. Just worried that this situation (giving 5b versus the 1.5 or whatever dems are offering now) is worth it.

I worry that dems can be correct, on the right side of arguement, and justified, but still lose out in the poitcal game. Ay I hope you’re right tho.

2016 proved the wall is a winning issue. Ya trump has lied constantly about it and everything else, but him calling for a wall still works. The uninformed swing voter still eats that bs up.

Dems need to stop worrying about being correct and how bad trump is and start Angeling for the 2020 election. They do not need to win over the people they arealdy have, need to expand.

And my point of view is what the dems need to do to win, which is what I prefer to happen.
How so?
The Dems flipped the house .... they picked up a sh*tload of seats.
The Caravan full of Terrorist and immigration didn't help at all... It was a divisive message, particularly with Independents who voted democratic by a 12 point margin.

People who aren't Trump Stans still want to hear about Jobs and the economy... the shut down is only making this worse

 3 months ago '17        #52
AllWins 4 heat pts
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 MotorBoat Jones said
How so?
The Dems flipped the house .... they picked up a sh*tload of seats.
The Caravan full of Terrorist and immigration didn't help at all... It was a divisive message, particularly with Independents who voted democratic by a 12 point margin.

People who aren't Trump Stans still want to hear about Jobs and the economy... the shut down is only making this worse
2016. You’re referring to 2018.

Flipping the house is normal. Happens early every mid term and was expected this time. There was def a blue wave, but I think that was more due to his behavior, not his policy.

I don’t think you’re right about the last part. If you’re talking jobs and the economy, we’re doing as good as ever. Historic lows on unemployment and we are continuing to take of the stilts that the economy has been held on, via the fed. Before bx freaks out, the job and economy right now is to obama’s credit. Trump just hasn’t screwed it up yet, but he will take full credit and it will prob work in the polls.

 3 months ago '16        #53
BathWaterMelody 44 heat pts44 OP
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look like somebody learned a new word today @

"intransigence"



I wonder who he parroted that sh*t from.
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 3 months ago '16        #54
OWPE 97 heat pts97
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Cocaine Mitch back at it

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 3 months ago '08        #55
MotorBoat Jones 
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 AllWins said
2016. You’re referring to 2018.

Flipping the house is normal. Happens early every mid term and was expected this time. There was def a blue wave, but I think that was more due to his behavior, not his policy.

I don’t think you’re right about the last part. If you’re talking jobs and the economy, we’re doing as good as ever. Historic lows on unemployment and we are continuing to take of the stilts that the economy has been held on, via the fed. Before bx freaks out, the job and economy right now is to obama’s credit. Trump just hasn’t screwed it up yet, but he will take full credit and it will prob work in the polls.

ok 2016... I see your point. ... but he lied through the roof ... 2020 he won't be able to pull off a lie of that magnitude to any self respecting non-Trumpian.


and, Absolutely he will take full credit.... of everything that's going right... Stock Market , Gas Prices, etc .....

And deeply partisan Trumpians will follow suit, Which isn't alot ...

But Independents and those Trump voters who regret their vote are the ones who will want to hear about the economy.. and when we talk about all the campaign stops and political adds that will revisit how Trump said "MEXICO WILL PAY FOR THE WALL" ..... All the lost wages due to an unnecessary shut down .... The Soy Bean farmers losing out as a result of the trade war ... I believe Dems will have a winning argument ...


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 3 months ago '07        #56
MOTTAFOOKAH 5 heat pts
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 Ymmot said
McConnell's gonna learn a hard lesson soon.
I mean if stacking bread at your expense is a hard lesson

 3 months ago '04        #57
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 Ymmot said
McConnell's gonna learn a hard lesson soon.
People in Kentucky are too stupid to do anything but continue to vote for this a*shat.

FRANKFORT — Kentucky’s improving economy, like the national economy, is lowering the poverty rate in the commonwealth. But the Bluegrass State remains among the poorest in the country.

According to data released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau, 17.2 percent of Kentuckians lived in poverty in 2017, an improvement over the 18.5 percent state poverty rate in 2016. But that rate still leaves Kentucky the fifth poorest state in the United States.

If you’re young, the numbers are worse though also improving: 22.4 percent of Kentucky children lived in poverty last year, down from 25 percent in 2016. And where you live affects the likelihood that you live in poverty in Kentucky.

The 5th Congressional District had by far the highest poverty rate — 29.1 percent. The district is annually ranked among the poorest congressional districts in the country. The district has also been devastated by the collapse of the coal mining industry which now employs thousands fewer miners in high paying jobs.

By comparison, poverty rates in the other five districts are: 1st – 18 percent; 2nd — 14.9 percent; 3rd —14 percent; 4th — 11.9 percent; and the 6th —16.6 percent.

Kentucky has a higher percentage of people living in poverty than all but one of the surrounding, contiguous states — West Virginia has 19.1 percent of its residents living in poverty. But the corresponding rates in the other states are all lower than in Kentucky: Illinois, 12.6; Indiana, 13.5; Missouri, 13.4; Ohio, 14; Tennessee, 15; and Virginia, 10.6.

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 3 months ago '11        #58
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 outkast said
*affect

That's what I've learned over the years. Same thing with those Trump votes that say they wished they had not voted for him when their job moves out of the country or when they're sick and there's no more Obamacare.

They don't give a sh*t, they could've had this attempted to approve the bill when Republicans had the house and senate if they care this bad.

At this point Dems will seem weak if they give just to help these folks get a paycheck.
if trump wants this wall he'll have to find a way to raise the money

 3 months ago '07        #59
MOTTAFOOKAH 5 heat pts
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 Naga Sadow said
It's almost like they want to make the rest of the country like their poor red states and think we're as stupid as the people who support them.
Unfortunately you are
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 3 months ago '16        #60
BathWaterMelody 44 heat pts44 OP
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 OWPE said
Cocaine Mitch back at it

glad you can find humor in your dedicated party that's failing you and the entire nation
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 3 months ago '06        #61
Yung Dilla 1584 heat pts1584
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Wow his old a*s needs to rip asap.

 3 months ago '04        #62
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 1neDeep said
People in Kentucky are too stupid to do anything but continue to vote for this a*shat.

FRANKFORT — Kentucky’s improving economy, like the national economy, is lowering the poverty rate in the commonwealth. But the Bluegrass State remains among the poorest in the country.

According to data released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau, 17.2 percent of Kentuckians lived in poverty in 2017, an improvement over the 18.5 percent state poverty rate in 2016. But that rate still leaves Kentucky the fifth poorest state in the United States.

If you’re young, the numbers are worse though also improving: 22.4 percent of Kentucky children lived in poverty last year, down from 25 percent in 2016. And where you live affects the likelihood that you live in poverty in Kentucky.

The 5th Congressional District had by far the highest poverty rate — 29.1 percent. The district is annually ranked among the poorest congressional districts in the country. The district has also been devastated by the collapse of the coal mining industry which now employs thousands fewer miners in high paying jobs.

By comparison, poverty rates in the other five districts are: 1st – 18 percent; 2nd — 14.9 percent; 3rd —14 percent; 4th — 11.9 percent; and the 6th —16.6 percent.

Kentucky has a higher percentage of people living in poverty than all but one of the surrounding, contiguous states — West Virginia has 19.1 percent of its residents living in poverty. But the corresponding rates in the other states are all lower than in Kentucky: Illinois, 12.6; Indiana, 13.5; Missouri, 13.4; Ohio, 14; Tennessee, 15; and Virginia, 10.6.

Kentucky & WV keep believing the lie coal is coming back
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 3 months ago '06        #63
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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the abc govt dependent wh*res are panicking right now, straight entertainment


 3 months ago '14        #64
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 3 months ago '05        #65
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 BathWaterMelody said
Can the be a twitter campaign to have all dc/ Baltimore residents to leave their trash away the national mall. I think it would be fitting
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 3 months ago '05        #66
A~team 2 heat pts
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These are the people America put into power. Don't bi*ch about it now ladies an gentleman.
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 3 months ago '07        #67
Jeet Kune Do 13 heat pts13
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 A~team said
These are the people America put into power. Don't bi*ch about it now ladies an gentleman.


Sit your dumbass down

 3 months ago '17        #68
LeG.O.A.T 121 heat pts121
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 A~team said
These are the people America put into power. Don't bi*ch about it now ladies an gentleman.
Yup this x 10000000000000000

 3 months ago '17        #69
LeG.O.A.T 121 heat pts121
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 BathWaterMelody said


look like somebody learned a new word today @

"intransigence"



I wonder who he parroted that sh*t from.
Hes a billionaire and went as high as being The POTUS. Im pretty damn sure hes smarter than every Trump hater on this board combined.
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 3 months ago '07        #70
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 acefresh said
bi*ch McConnell
When I saw that header I thought it was funny too.
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 3 months ago '05        #71
A~team 2 heat pts
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 Jeet Kune Do said
Sit your dumbass down
Eat a d*ck and die pus*y.

 3 months ago '17        #72
LeG.O.A.T 121 heat pts121
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Still shutdown lol
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 3 months ago '06        #73
Skateboard T 52 heat pts52
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 A~team said
These are the people America put into power. Don't bi*ch about it now ladies an gentleman.
"America" didn't put this person in power.

Kentucky did.

America didn't even put Trump in power, the electoral college did.

The majority of Americans voted against Trump.

Yeah they're in power, but you can't really say they got there with the support of most American voters.

 3 months ago '05        #74
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 Skateboard T said
"America" didn't put this person in power.

Kentucky did.

America didn't even put Trump in power, the electoral college did.

The majority of Americans voted against Trump.

Yeah they're in power, but you can't really say they got there with the support of most American voters.
Ok thank you for the enlightenment
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 3 months ago '16        #75
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 PineappleOG said
McConnel is effective at what he does but overall is a piece of sh*t and cancer to our country
One of the most vile, evil pieces of sh*t in history.

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