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« Reply #184 on: August 02, 2022, 04:25:51 PM »
Nancy is in Taiwan despite the best efforts of Biden to grovel to the Chinese.  Good for her.  Her safety and that of the world was put at risk by Inflation Joe's fear and weakness of China.  How much of that is based on the information that the Chinese have on Hunter will never be known with our corrupt DOJ.

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« Reply #185 on: August 03, 2022, 01:26:40 PM »
A magnificent string of election victories for Trump-endorsed candidates from sea to shining sea!  Amazing.  Trump cleaned house in AZ.  Trump is the most influential American politician in modern history.  So much winning.  It's great to see that democracy can continue to function despite the concerted efforts of the corrupt establishment and propagandists including the media to overcome an endless drumbeat of misinformation, censorship, and old fashion Stasi-like tactics.  Meanwhile Old Joe is nowhere to be seen.  Inflation Joe is toxic to Dems candidates and in hiding in the WH basement.

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« Reply #186 on: August 03, 2022, 02:49:47 PM »
The leftist media is clamoring for the release of a basketball player who carried drugs to Russia and the Biden administration is groveling to Putin to accept a deal that would result in the release of a terrorist.  Meanwhile the Japanese (an alleged friendly nation who we pay to defend) have imprisoned a US military person for having a medical incident that resulted in a traffic death.  There is zero interest among the leftist media because he does not fall into a woke category.  No wonder the republicans are sweeping away the corrupt establishment politicians.

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« Reply #187 on: August 03, 2022, 03:42:57 PM »
The Dems have made every effort to cover up the circumstances surrounding the arrest of Nancy Pelosi's drunken husband.  The guy who miraculously made hundreds of millions with timely Nostradamus-like stock trades.  They refused to even release his mug shot for weeks.  A standard procedure when dealing with criminals.  Now we learn that he had a "drug" in his system in addition to driving drunk.  What this "drug" is no one is saying.  And he apparently tried to bribe the arresting officer.  But nothing to see there.  So much for transparency.

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« Reply #188 on: August 04, 2022, 03:14:56 PM »
The drumbeat among leftist politicians and media to preclude a Biden run in 2024 has become deafening.  No loyalty among the rats.  I guess all that talk of Biden not being too old and bringing his long experience in politics to resolve all our problems hasn't worked out too well.  The typical bait and switch of establishment politicians which is why they are getting rolled out of office in the mid terms.

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« Reply #189 on: August 04, 2022, 04:34:30 PM »
Fantastic news that DeSantis is holding government officials accountable who intentionally refuse to enforce the law.  During the Civil Rights era, many racist Dems in the South refused to enforce the law.  The federal government sent in the troops.  The same should be done when state government officials publicly state that they will not enforce the law on immigration or abortion because they have political objections.  Those folks should be forced to resign.  Individual state officials do not have the authority to violate laws much less actively engage in efforts to promote violations.

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« Reply #190 on: August 04, 2022, 11:05:37 PM »
A week or so ago, Old Joe mocked Trump for having to go to the hospital when he got COVID while he was over it.   Old Joe being such a robust guy.   Of course, when Trump got COVID in 2020 there was no vaccine and fewer treatments.  Now Old Joe has tested positive multiple times and has been trapped in the WH (where he has appeared several times without a mask among groups in superspreader events) even with the vaccine and treatments.  Maybe next time he should take the high road.  It's been the most successful part of his presidency (which is not saying much), however.  And he won the election by using COVID as an excuse to never leave his home.  So maybe he should claim he has COVID for the next two years.

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« Reply #191 on: August 05, 2022, 02:43:09 PM »
Political suicide by the Dems on the so called "Inflation Reduction Act."  They must realize this is their last chance before the midterm sweep by republicans.  They have to get the pork money out before the republicans take over.  A complete looting of the federal treasury.  A massive spending and tax raise in the midst of an economic inflation crisis.  More fuel to the hyperinflation created by the so called "COVID" relief spending which went to mostly pork projects that benefited the donors and cronies of the political establishment.  The last hurrah though for many Dems who will soon be looking for new employment outside of government after the red tsunami in November. 

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