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(The Daily Beast)   After the success of the Mueller report, House Democrats hire a former FBI white collar crime expert to probe Trump's finances. Again. On a related note, if you start practicing now, the sentence "Trump wins a second term" won't hurt so much   (thedailybeast.com) divider line
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2019-04-30 7:36:03 PM  
Like Bernie (and plenty of Farkers) said - the losing strategy for Dems is to keep talking about Trump. I mean, it worked so well in 2016, why not repeat?
 
2019-04-30 7:52:48 PM  
Don't get me wrong, I think Trump's going to win a second term. But that's more because people don't really give enough of a sh*t about his abuses in light of the economy being "good", not because the Democrats are investigating him.

/not to mention misogyny (if another female candidate gets the nomination) and more Russian interference
//if this were any other country, there'd be constant general strikes and daily protests.
 
2019-04-30 9:02:43 PM  
You mean the Mueller report that documented sustained contact between the Trump campaign and the Russian government? That stated that Trump would ordinarily be prosecuted for obstruction of justice if the Trump-controlled Justice Department didn't treat the president as being above prosecution? That was grossly represented by Trump's stooge AG according to Mueller himself?


I fully expect Trump to be claiming that he's opening a new hotel as he's marched into federal prison, and on that day I also expect thousands of his followers to be awaiting their trip on the spaceship after they've finished drinking their flavor aid and putting on their matching jumpsuits.
 
2019-04-30 9:38:10 PM  

Cagey B: You mean the Mueller report that documented sustained contact between the Trump campaign and the Russian government? That stated that Trump would ordinarily be prosecuted for obstruction of justice if the Trump-controlled Justice Department didn't treat the president as being above prosecution? That was grossly represented by Trump's stooge AG according to Mueller himself?


You write that as if Trump was wearing a brown suit with his feet on his desk as he called for more Grey Poupon.
 
2019-04-30 10:00:09 PM  
Yes, not calling Trump on his bullshiat is a totally winning strategy. I think we should maintain a separate set of rules for him while we hold every other contender to the normal standards.
 
2019-04-30 10:02:31 PM  

Cagey B: You mean the Mueller report that documented sustained contact between the Trump campaign and the Russian government? That stated that Trump would ordinarily be prosecuted for obstruction of justice if the Trump-controlled Justice Department didn't treat the president as being above prosecution? That was grossly represented by Trump's stooge AG according to Mueller himself?


I fully expect Trump to be claiming that he's opening a new hotel as he's marched into federal prison, and on that day I also expect thousands of his followers to be awaiting their trip on the spaceship after they've finished drinking their flavor aid and putting on their matching jumpsuits.


I think we should coin a new phrase:  Russian Goalpost.  It is like normal Goalpost moving, but it happens at a much greater rate.  I thought collusion was the thing, but now it is "sustained contact".  When will Russiagate believers understand that this Russian obsession does not hurt Trump, but in fact empowers him and solidifies the hold on his base?
 
2019-04-30 10:59:59 PM  
Subby sounds awfully worried for some reason
 
2019-04-30 11:01:28 PM  
If Trump wins a second term it'll be because Democrats didn't get the message that was sent to them in 2016.
 
2019-04-30 11:02:54 PM  
That's like, what? .20 Benghazis on the Benghazometer?
 
2019-04-30 11:03:05 PM  

Weatherkiss: If Trump wins a second term it'll be because Democrats didn't get the message that was sent to them in 2016.


Was the message telling the Democrats to get off the fence?
 
2019-04-30 11:03:31 PM  

Sin'sHero: Weatherkiss: If Trump wins a second term it'll be because Democrats didn't get the message that was sent to them in 2016.

Was the message telling the Democrats to get off the fence?


Maybe. I'm not sure.
 
2019-04-30 11:04:35 PM  
Yes, let's continue to give Donnie whatever he wants so he won't tweet mean things about us.
 
2019-04-30 11:05:38 PM  
Trump better pray he wins.  And if he doesn't he can do his best to not leave.  Because when he's no longer president he's going to jail.  And he's going to die in jail.

/And his grave will smell like a port-a-potty
 
2019-04-30 11:05:42 PM  

hodgemann: Cagey B: You mean the Mueller report that documented sustained contact between the Trump campaign and the Russian government? That stated that Trump would ordinarily be prosecuted for obstruction of justice if the Trump-controlled Justice Department didn't treat the president as being above prosecution? That was grossly represented by Trump's stooge AG according to Mueller himself?


I fully expect Trump to be claiming that he's opening a new hotel as he's marched into federal prison, and on that day I also expect thousands of his followers to be awaiting their trip on the spaceship after they've finished drinking their flavor aid and putting on their matching jumpsuits.

I think we should coin a new phrase:  Russian Goalpost.  It is like normal Goalpost moving, but it happens at a much greater rate.  I thought collusion was the thing, but now it is "sustained contact".  When will Russiagate believers understand that this Russian obsession does not hurt Trump, but in fact empowers him and solidifies the hold on his base?


You thought collusion was the thing?
Wonder who beat that word into your head.
 
2019-04-30 11:07:09 PM  

imauniter: hodgemann: Cagey B: You mean the Mueller report that documented sustained contact between the Trump campaign and the Russian government? That stated that Trump would ordinarily be prosecuted for obstruction of justice if the Trump-controlled Justice Department didn't treat the president as being above prosecution? That was grossly represented by Trump's stooge AG according to Mueller himself?


I fully expect Trump to be claiming that he's opening a new hotel as he's marched into federal prison, and on that day I also expect thousands of his followers to be awaiting their trip on the spaceship after they've finished drinking their flavor aid and putting on their matching jumpsuits.

I think we should coin a new phrase:  Russian Goalpost.  It is like normal Goalpost moving, but it happens at a much greater rate.  I thought collusion was the thing, but now it is "sustained contact".  When will Russiagate believers understand that this Russian obsession does not hurt Trump, but in fact empowers him and solidifies the hold on his base?

You thought collusion was the thing?
Wonder who beat that word into your head.


It certainly couldn't have been the Democratic Party or their aligned media.  I'm thinking interstellar asteroid.
 
2019-04-30 11:07:39 PM  
So if we keep pointing out that the POTUS is a criminal, the people will vote for him?  How quickly we've fallen if that's true. Either this country follows the law or it doesn't matter anyway. Full speed ahead and fark the band wringers.
 
2019-04-30 11:07:52 PM  

Sin'sHero: Weatherkiss: If Trump wins a second term it'll be because Democrats didn't get the message that was sent to them in 2016.

Was the message telling the Democrats to get off the fence?


Which fence are you referring to?
 
2019-04-30 11:08:02 PM  

shastacola: So if we keep pointing out that the POTUS is a criminal, the people will vote for him?  How quickly we've fallen if that's true. Either this country follows the law or it doesn't matter anyway. Full speed ahead and fark the band wringers.


hand wringers.
 
2019-04-30 11:08:40 PM  

hodgemann: Cagey B: You mean the Mueller report that documented sustained contact between the Trump campaign and the Russian government? That stated that Trump would ordinarily be prosecuted for obstruction of justice if the Trump-controlled Justice Department didn't treat the president as being above prosecution? That was grossly represented by Trump's stooge AG according to Mueller himself?


I fully expect Trump to be claiming that he's opening a new hotel as he's marched into federal prison, and on that day I also expect thousands of his followers to be awaiting their trip on the spaceship after they've finished drinking their flavor aid and putting on their matching jumpsuits.

I think we should coin a new phrase:  Russian Goalpost.  It is like normal Goalpost moving, but it happens at a much greater rate.  I thought collusion was the thing, but now it is "sustained contact".  When will Russiagate believers understand that this Russian obsession does not hurt Trump, but in fact empowers him and solidifies the hold on his base?


The Mueller report showed that the Trump campaign had sustained contact with the Russian government while said government was interfering with the United States elections explicitly to try and get Trump elected. What, pray tell, would you call that?
 
2019-04-30 11:11:53 PM  
The Trump-related despair themes have to ignore how terribly Republicans did last year and how far behind Trump trails probable Dem candidates. A lot of people here are trying to feign prescience after the combo of Russian-meddling, contrarianism, and the anomalies of the Electoral College. Trump is a widely despised man.
 
2019-04-30 11:12:00 PM  

LordJiro: hodgemann: Cagey B: You mean the Mueller report that documented sustained contact between the Trump campaign and the Russian government? That stated that Trump would ordinarily be prosecuted for obstruction of justice if the Trump-controlled Justice Department didn't treat the president as being above prosecution? That was grossly represented by Trump's stooge AG according to Mueller himself?


I fully expect Trump to be claiming that he's opening a new hotel as he's marched into federal prison, and on that day I also expect thousands of his followers to be awaiting their trip on the spaceship after they've finished drinking their flavor aid and putting on their matching jumpsuits.

I think we should coin a new phrase:  Russian Goalpost.  It is like normal Goalpost moving, but it happens at a much greater rate.  I thought collusion was the thing, but now it is "sustained contact".  When will Russiagate believers understand that this Russian obsession does not hurt Trump, but in fact empowers him and solidifies the hold on his base?

The Mueller report showed that the Trump campaign had sustained contact with the Russian government while said government was interfering with the United States elections explicitly to try and get Trump elected. What, pray tell, would you call that?


Doesn't matter, the MAGIC WORD wasn't uttered so under right-wing law it's all meaningless. As in, there is literally no meaning to his words.
 
2019-04-30 11:13:19 PM  

Sin'sHero: Weatherkiss: If Trump wins a second term it'll be because Democrats didn't get the message that was sent to them in 2016.

Was the message telling the Democrats to get off the fence?


The memo I got said, "It's HER turn!!!!"
 
2019-04-30 11:13:31 PM  

Weatherkiss: If Trump wins a second term it'll be because Democrats didn't get the message that was sent to them in 2016.


What message is that?  Ohhhh!  Of course!
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2019-04-30 11:14:06 PM  
Oh such concern, what could save the Democratics from making such a huge blunder... investigate Trump's finances.

The Trump .Org could never reach the level of criminality, treason, & sucking Putin's dick as Benghazi, Buttery Males, and... that other thing the Putinbots harped on....
 
2019-04-30 11:14:17 PM  
Stop pretending there's this army of people who didn't already vote for Trump who will do so if we piss off the Trumpies.
 
2019-04-30 11:15:05 PM  
Subby thinks the Mueller report exonerated Trump. Point and laugh everyone! lolololol
 
2019-04-30 11:15:13 PM  

hodgemann: imauniter: hodgemann: Cagey B: You mean the Mueller report that documented sustained contact between the Trump campaign and the Russian government? That stated that Trump would ordinarily be prosecuted for obstruction of justice if the Trump-controlled Justice Department didn't treat the president as being above prosecution? That was grossly represented by Trump's stooge AG according to Mueller himself?


I fully expect Trump to be claiming that he's opening a new hotel as he's marched into federal prison, and on that day I also expect thousands of his followers to be awaiting their trip on the spaceship after they've finished drinking their flavor aid and putting on their matching jumpsuits.

I think we should coin a new phrase:  Russian Goalpost.  It is like normal Goalpost moving, but it happens at a much greater rate.  I thought collusion was the thing, but now it is "sustained contact".  When will Russiagate believers understand that this Russian obsession does not hurt Trump, but in fact empowers him and solidifies the hold on his base?

You thought collusion was the thing?
Wonder who beat that word into your head.

It certainly couldn't have been the Democratic Party or their aligned media.  I'm thinking interstellar asteroid.


How does it feel being on the same side as Ollie North?
 
2019-04-30 11:15:14 PM  

Mr.Insightful: Weatherkiss: If Trump wins a second term it'll be because Democrats didn't get the message that was sent to them in 2016.

What message is that?  Ohhhh!  Of course!
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Your insistence that it's Republican vulgarity leads me to believe that you did not get the message, either.
 
2019-04-30 11:15:36 PM  
Exposing Trump's crimes hurts him. It's the Trumper line of "logic" that says it makes him stronger. It's because they want to scare us away from investigating his wrongdoing. The same goes for impeachment. No, he probably won't get thrown out because Republicans, but getting the entire country talking about his illegal activities will hurt him, not help him.

If you're still not sure, just look at the fact that Trump himself has embraced the "getting impeached will help me" fallacy. As we know by now, if Trump says it, you know it's a lie.
 
2019-04-30 11:17:11 PM  

domino324: Exposing Trump's crimes hurts him. It's the Trumper line of "logic" that says it makes him stronger. It's because they want to scare us away from investigating his wrongdoing. The same goes for impeachment. No, he probably won't get thrown out because Republicans, but getting the entire country talking about his illegal activities will hurt him, not help him.

If you're still not sure, just look at the fact that Trump himself has embraced the "getting impeached will help me" fallacy. As we know by now, if Trump says it, you know it's a lie.


Admittedly, I don't think we should impeach now.  Lotta investigations they've got left to do, right?
 
2019-04-30 11:17:39 PM  

hodgemann: imauniter: hodgemann: Cagey B: You mean the Mueller report that documented sustained contact between the Trump campaign and the Russian government? That stated that Trump would ordinarily be prosecuted for obstruction of justice if the Trump-controlled Justice Department didn't treat the president as being above prosecution? That was grossly represented by Trump's stooge AG according to Mueller himself?


I fully expect Trump to be claiming that he's opening a new hotel as he's marched into federal prison, and on that day I also expect thousands of his followers to be awaiting their trip on the spaceship after they've finished drinking their flavor aid and putting on their matching jumpsuits.

I think we should coin a new phrase:  Russian Goalpost.  It is like normal Goalpost moving, but it happens at a much greater rate.  I thought collusion was the thing, but now it is "sustained contact".  When will Russiagate believers understand that this Russian obsession does not hurt Trump, but in fact empowers him and solidifies the hold on his base?

You thought collusion was the thing?
Wonder who beat that word into your head.

It certainly couldn't have been the Democratic Party or their aligned media.  I'm thinking interstellar asteroid.


That's cute, not sure about CNN but MSNBC repeatedly on every show took the time to establish that collusion was not a chargeable crime and they'd have to prove that it reached the highly placed bar for criminal conspiracy.

They'd noted as did many of their guests that the hurdle for that was most likely too high and it was always going to come down.to the obstruction of justice part of the investigation.

The only one's going collusion and sticking their fingers in their ears going "Nanananana!" were Trump and the state media.
 
2019-04-30 11:18:18 PM  
Crapping on the economy certainly worked for the GOP while Obama was president. The Dems should give it a try.
 
2019-04-30 11:18:29 PM  

hodgemann: Like Bernie (and plenty of Farkers) said - the losing strategy for Dems is to keep talking about Trump. I mean, it worked so well in 2016, why not repeat?


What you're missing, Mr. Moscow, is that Trump is deeeeeeeeply unpopular right now. And that won't change.

Now, I think your KGB buds are gonna kludge enough illegal electoral crap to get Trump a second term, but that's just the slow-moving disaster we're in.
 
2019-04-30 11:18:41 PM  

hodgemann: imauniter: hodgemann: Cagey B: You mean the Mueller report that documented sustained contact between the Trump campaign and the Russian government? That stated that Trump would ordinarily be prosecuted for obstruction of justice if the Trump-controlled Justice Department didn't treat the president as being above prosecution? That was grossly represented by Trump's stooge AG according to Mueller himself?


I fully expect Trump to be claiming that he's opening a new hotel as he's marched into federal prison, and on that day I also expect thousands of his followers to be awaiting their trip on the spaceship after they've finished drinking their flavor aid and putting on their matching jumpsuits.

I think we should coin a new phrase:  Russian Goalpost.  It is like normal Goalpost moving, but it happens at a much greater rate.  I thought collusion was the thing, but now it is "sustained contact".  When will Russiagate believers understand that this Russian obsession does not hurt Trump, but in fact empowers him and solidifies the hold on his base?

You thought collusion was the thing?
Wonder who beat that word into your head.

It certainly couldn't have been the Democratic Party or their aligned media.  I'm thinking interstellar asteroid.


Point and laugh at subby! lolol

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2019-04-30 11:19:48 PM  
We have to run on "not Trump" because no one will vote for us on the issues.

All hail job creators!
 
2019-04-30 11:20:27 PM  
The democratic candidate for 2020 will surpass 70 million votes.  So that's nice, there will be involvement.
 
2019-04-30 11:21:20 PM  

shastacola: So if we keep pointing out that the POTUS is a criminal, the people will vote for him?  How quickly we've fallen if that's true. Either this country follows the law or it doesn't matter anyway. Full speed ahead and fark the band wringers.


The problem comes in when candidates try to make the election about Trump and then spend way too much time saying the word "Trump" over and over.  If a candidate talks about the problems in this country and genuinely offers solutions she will have a better time at the polls than her Trump mentioning competition.  Trump is a symptom of a sick system in need of attention.

Trump's campaign saw Bernie gain a lot of supporters very quickly and they took notes.  Trump started using populist language in an attempt to lure people who are disaffected by the system.  He added those numbers to the already weird coalition of the Republican Party: Anti-Abortionists, pro-gun nuts, 1%ers, Religious extremists, (and I'm sure I'm forgetting some).  The Republican Party's hold on this new faction of their coalition, the people who want to see systemic change, is not set in stone and can be taken away, by a politician who genuinely also wants to see systemic change.
 
2019-04-30 11:21:54 PM  

sinner4ever: We have to run on "not Trump" because no one will vote for us on the issues.

All hail job creators!


Finally stopped pretending to be left wing huh?
 
2019-04-30 11:22:27 PM  

LordJiro: hodgemann: Cagey B: You mean the Mueller report that documented sustained contact between the Trump campaign and the Russian government? That stated that Trump would ordinarily be prosecuted for obstruction of justice if the Trump-controlled Justice Department didn't treat the president as being above prosecution? That was grossly represented by Trump's stooge AG according to Mueller himself?


I fully expect Trump to be claiming that he's opening a new hotel as he's marched into federal prison, and on that day I also expect thousands of his followers to be awaiting their trip on the spaceship after they've finished drinking their flavor aid and putting on their matching jumpsuits.

I think we should coin a new phrase:  Russian Goalpost.  It is like normal Goalpost moving, but it happens at a much greater rate.  I thought collusion was the thing, but now it is "sustained contact".  When will Russiagate believers understand that this Russian obsession does not hurt Trump, but in fact empowers him and solidifies the hold on his base?

The Mueller report showed that the Trump campaign had sustained contact with the Russian government while said government was interfering with the United States elections explicitly to try and get Trump elected. What, pray tell, would you call that?


Much ado about nothing.  A drop in the bucket.  Inconsequential.
 
2019-04-30 11:23:31 PM  

Weatherkiss: If Trump wins a second term it'll be because Democrats didn't get the message that was sent to them in 2016.


Yeah I figured that would be your takeaway from TFA.

Could someone shop a Thanks Obama pic into a Thanks Democrats one? I feel it's appropriate.
 
2019-04-30 11:23:38 PM  
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/I bet Al Capone also was annoyed when the government wouldn't stop investigating his businesses.
 
2019-04-30 11:23:54 PM  

LordJiro: hodgemann: Cagey B: You mean the Mueller report that documented sustained contact between the Trump campaign and the Russian government? That stated that Trump would ordinarily be prosecuted for obstruction of justice if the Trump-controlled Justice Department didn't treat the president as being above prosecution? That was grossly represented by Trump's stooge AG according to Mueller himself?


I fully expect Trump to be claiming that he's opening a new hotel as he's marched into federal prison, and on that day I also expect thousands of his followers to be awaiting their trip on the spaceship after they've finished drinking their flavor aid and putting on their matching jumpsuits.

I think we should coin a new phrase:  Russian Goalpost.  It is like normal Goalpost moving, but it happens at a much greater rate.  I thought collusion was the thing, but now it is "sustained contact".  When will Russiagate believers understand that this Russian obsession does not hurt Trump, but in fact empowers him and solidifies the hold on his base?

The Mueller report showed that the Trump campaign had sustained contact with the Russian government while said government was interfering with the United States elections explicitly to try and get Trump elected. What, pray tell, would you call that?


normally I call orange and vodka is a screwdriver.
 
2019-04-30 11:24:14 PM  

flond: sinner4ever: We have to run on "not Trump" because no one will vote for us on the issues.

All hail job creators!

Finally stopped pretending to be left wing huh?


No ,Just wanted to see what it was to think like a *snicker* moderate.
 
2019-04-30 11:24:46 PM  

flond: hodgemann: imauniter: hodgemann: Cagey B: You mean the Mueller report that documented sustained contact between the Trump campaign and the Russian government? That stated that Trump would ordinarily be prosecuted for obstruction of justice if the Trump-controlled Justice Department didn't treat the president as being above prosecution? That was grossly represented by Trump's stooge AG according to Mueller himself?


I fully expect Trump to be claiming that he's opening a new hotel as he's marched into federal prison, and on that day I also expect thousands of his followers to be awaiting their trip on the spaceship after they've finished drinking their flavor aid and putting on their matching jumpsuits.

I think we should coin a new phrase:  Russian Goalpost.  It is like normal Goalpost moving, but it happens at a much greater rate.  I thought collusion was the thing, but now it is "sustained contact".  When will Russiagate believers understand that this Russian obsession does not hurt Trump, but in fact empowers him and solidifies the hold on his base?

You thought collusion was the thing?
Wonder who beat that word into your head.

It certainly couldn't have been the Democratic Party or their aligned media.  I'm thinking interstellar asteroid.

How does it feel being on the same side as Ollie North?


North landed on this planet from an interstellar asteroid?  Fascinating stuff.
 
2019-04-30 11:26:11 PM  

Weatherkiss: Mr.Insightful: Weatherkiss: If Trump wins a second term it'll be because Democrats didn't get the message that was sent to them in 2016.

What message is that?  Ohhhh!  Of course!
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Your insistence that it's Republican vulgarity leads me to believe that you did not get the message, either.



I was actually going for humor and light mockery, you know standard FARK fare upvoted as Funny. This is actually the reason for my name. Every time I try to make an joke on slashdot, people to mark me as "Insightful".

But yes, you're absolutely 100% right. I didn't get whatever of a dozen different "messages" it could be that you pretend to yourself that the voters were sending. Indeed, the only real message that Democrats have clearly taken to heart is "don't patronize tantrum-throwing kook wankers -- it loses you more votes that it gains".

Left vs Centrist isn't the real divide in the party. It's grownup vs screamers.
 
2019-04-30 11:27:22 PM  

yakmans_dad: The Trump-related despair themes have to ignore how terribly Republicans did last year and how far behind Trump trails probable Dem candidates. A lot of people here are trying to feign prescience after the combo of Russian-meddling, contrarianism, and the anomalies of the Electoral College. Trump is a widely despised man.


Yet the brilliant centrists around here are insisting upon Biden, since he's the only path to victory.
 
2019-04-30 11:29:11 PM  

Mr.Insightful: Weatherkiss: Mr.Insightful: Weatherkiss: If Trump wins a second term it'll be because Democrats didn't get the message that was sent to them in 2016.

What message is that?  Ohhhh!  Of course!
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Your insistence that it's Republican vulgarity leads me to believe that you did not get the message, either.


I was actually going for humor and light mockery, you know standard FARK fare upvoted as Funny. This is actually the reason for my name. Every time I try to make an joke on slashdot, people to mark me as "Insightful".

But yes, you're absolutely 100% right. I didn't get whatever of a dozen different "messages" it could be that you pretend to yourself that the voters were sending. Indeed, the only real message that Democrats have clearly taken to heart is "don't patronize tantrum-throwing kook wankers -- it loses you more votes that it gains".

Left vs Centrist isn't the real divide in the party. It's grownup vs screamers.


Problem comes in when both sides think they are the grownups.  It very well could be that we are all grownups, but we just disagree.
 
2019-04-30 11:29:24 PM  

gameshowhost: yakmans_dad: The Trump-related despair themes have to ignore how terribly Republicans did last year and how far behind Trump trails probable Dem candidates. A lot of people here are trying to feign prescience after the combo of Russian-meddling, contrarianism, and the anomalies of the Electoral College. Trump is a widely despised man.

Yet the brilliant centrists around here are insisting upon Biden, since he's the only path to victory.


Why do you have to lie like Trump does?
 
2019-04-30 11:29:32 PM  

Weatherkiss: Mr.Insightful: Weatherkiss: If Trump wins a second term it'll be because Democrats didn't get the message that was sent to them in 2016.

What message is that?  Ohhhh!  Of course!
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Your insistence that it's Republican vulgarity leads me to believe that you did not get the message, either.


To be fair, I doubt the Democratic tool box really had much to counter "opponents willingly accepts aid from a hostile foreign government" and "holy shiat there are way more racist, misogynist white people left than we thought."

But to be fair, going to the Midwest ever might have helped. As would putting a POC on the ticket instead of generic boring white guy Tim Kaine.

And also to be fair, American style democracy is broken well beyond repair and it is only going to get more evident in the coming years.
 
2019-04-30 11:30:18 PM  
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