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The way the corrupt Clintonite Nancy Pelosi and the Israeli Fifth Column Chuck Schumer have sat upon DNC and choked life out of it Bernie Sanders is barking up the wrong tree --this party is irredeemable--the high-profile special election in Georgia’s 6th District is a wake up call-- but is Sanders waking up? Or is he too busy signing ridiculous petitions that UN is too harsh on Israel!

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The way the corrupt Clintonite Nancy Pelosi and the Israeli Fifth Column Chuck Schumer have sat upon DNC and choked life out of it Bernie Sanders is barking up the wrong tree --this party is irredeema

Chuck Schumer is an Israeli agent? Who knew!?  Of course he IS a Jew,  which should have automatically created suspicion!     

I think Kellyanne said it best, Trump is listening to the people while the Democrats continue telling the people what's important to them.  The Dems have one play, and that is to be stubborn, arrogant

Chuck Schumer is an Israeli agent? Who knew!?  Of course he IS a Jew,  which should have automatically created suspicion! :rolleyes:

 

 

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2 hours ago, Argus said:

Chuck Schumer is an Israeli agent? Who knew!?  Of course he IS a Jew,  which should have automatically created suspicion! :rolleyes:

It's not a secret that Schumer is an Israeli Firster. He's a typical prostitute politician who responds to $ and the votes. The votes usually come only if you have campaign money.

His biggest donors are financial institutions and right wing, neo-con zionist groups. Also, his riding has a large and vocal pro-Zionist population. As expected, he will do what he is told.

But of course, you can flip the tired and old anti-semite card. ;)

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1 hour ago, marcus said:

It's not a secret that Schumer is an Israeli Firster. He's a typical prostitute politician who responds to $ and the votes. The votes usually come only if you have campaign money.

His biggest donors are financial institutions and right wing, neo-con zionist groups. Also, his riding has a large and vocal pro-Zionist population. As expected, he will do what he is told.

But of course, you can flip the tired and old anti-semite card. ;)

He is a senator representing New York, so yeah, there's gonna be a lot of Jews there. That is what you meant to say with the 'large and vocal pro-Zionist population', right?

And yeah, there'll be financial institutions, given it's New York. I rather doubt he gets much in the way of support from "right wing neo con' groups, though, Zionist or not.

As for the card, it's been very strongly flipped by the OP and by you.

 

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I think Kellyanne said it best, Trump is listening to the people while the Democrats continue telling the people what's important to them.  The Dems have one play, and that is to be stubborn, arrogant and infantile regardless of what the people are telling them.  Pelosi, was being told that she's out of touch, then proceeds to give a garbled and arrogant statement proving them right.  Cryin' Chuck Schumer is no better.  Hillary (Why aren't I 50 points ahead you might ask) was out of touch, Maxine Waters - Is she always drunk or is it a stroke? Wasserman Schultz - Bitch of the century?  The list goes on and on...back to Harry Reid and Bawney Fwank days.  These people just don't get it.  

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19 hours ago, Hal 9000 said:

I think Kellyanne said it best, Trump is listening to the people while the Democrats continue telling the people what's important to them. 

So according to you the people are saying "Take away our health care! We don't want it! Use the savings to give big tax breaks for rich people! That's what we want!"

And then there was the Trump budget. Cuts to medicaid, cuts to school lunches, cuts to scientific and medical research, cuts to foot stamps, cuts to environmental protection, cuts to education and to housing and arts. Most of the money saved to go for a whopping big tax cut which would mainly benefit wealthy people. You think that's what the 'people' were saying they wanted?

http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/23/politics/trump-budget-cuts-programs/index.html

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He surprised everyone by becoming a candidate and then he surprised everyone again by winning the election. Yet people keep on belittling him saying that surely he cant be re-elected.

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13 minutes ago, -TSS- said:

He surprised everyone by becoming a candidate and then he surprised everyone again by winning the election. Yet people keep on belittling him saying that surely he cant be re-elected.

He was elected based on what he said he was going to do.  As with all first timers.  Getting a second shot shot will based on what he's done, and so far it's pretty bad.  One would hope the US comes to its senses, but given those, they still need someone to elect.

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2 hours ago, bcsapper said:

He was elected based on what he said he was going to do.  As with all first timers.  Getting a second shot shot will based on what he's done, and so far it's pretty bad.  One would hope the US comes to its senses, but given those, they still need someone to elect.

 

But the U.S. did come to its "senses"....not other's expectations.

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45 minutes ago, bush_cheney2004 said:

 

But the U.S. did come to its "senses"....not other's expectations.

Electing a dolt who contradicts himself every other day with his silly tweets is "coming to it's senses"?

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3 hours ago, bcsapper said:

He was elected based on what he said he was going to do.  As with all first timers.  Getting a second shot shot will based on what he's done, and so far it's pretty bad.  One would hope the US comes to its senses, but given those, they still need someone to elect.

Remember how he was going to take on China? He was going to be the great defender of American jobs and punish the Chinese for all their illegal trade practices! He was also going to take it to them dirty Muslims!

What's he done? He's become a lap dog for the Chinese and never says a single bad thing about them. The Saudis gave him a shiny gold bauble and he's now their bitch too. Who has he singled out? So far mostly Canada, one of the few countries the US actually enjoys a trade surplus with!

 

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4 hours ago, bcsapper said:

He was elected based on what he said he was going to do.  As with all first timers.  Getting a second shot shot will based on what he's done, and so far it's pretty bad.  One would hope the US comes to its senses, but given those, they still need someone to elect.

I'm not a big fan of Trump but by saying that America comes to its senses do you think that means they should elect someone like corruption-Hillary?

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31 minutes ago, Argus said:

...What's he done? He's become a lap dog for the Chinese and never says a single bad thing about them. The Saudis gave him a shiny gold bauble and he's now their bitch too. Who has he singled out? So far mostly Canada, one of the few countries the US actually enjoys a trade surplus with!

 

 

Good thing too, because China is much more important than grab-assing with NATO deadbeat Canada and their globalist/feminist PM Trudeau.

 

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1 hour ago, -TSS- said:

I'm not a big fan of Trump but by saying that America comes to its senses do you think that means they should elect someone like corruption-Hillary?

Sooner than Trump, sure.  But in my quote there, there was a hope that someone decent would show up as an option. 

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If Trump is as bad as you people claim, and the Republicans are still winning elections, doesn't that tell you people something about the state of the Democrats?  They're like a really bad sports team that refuses to accept that they need a rebuild.  Look, you won the cup back in '08, but your players are old, tired and weak...probably a little senile - time to move on.

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2 hours ago, bush_cheney2004 said:

American citizens shall decide who will be president, not wannabes in other nations.

Rejecting Hillary Clinton was a very sensible thing to do.

How come 3 million more voted for her then?

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Perhaps a gentle reminder is in order for cross border gazers....this is how many seats the Democrats lost from 2009 - 2016:

  • 14 Senate seats
  • 69 House seats
  • 12 governorships
  • 910 state legislature seats

+ 1 presidential election

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2 minutes ago, Hal 9000 said:

It tells me that they still won - duh!

It should also show you just how much they are losing support. duh! Let's see, Trump can't seem to get above the low 30's. Your boy is not doing well. Psst, tell him to stop tweeting crap.

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