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Jazzman1218

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Good point, much like the Democrat House "investigations" and impeachments that went nowhere, wasted precious time and resources, and will backfire on democrats in 2024. great job Nancy! Now you'll now have plenty of time to nurse your husband back to health who was brutally beaten by an illegal immigrant from Canada.

Enjoy trolling me J1218, commenting on everything I write and not contributing to the thread. It's as useless as Purples chronic laugh emojis.
House Republicans have already publically stated their intent to "investigate" Fauci, Mayorkas, Hunter Biden, DOJ, the January 6 Select Committee, etc. It's well known that Republicans treat their "investigations" as political side-shows and not honest and earnest fact-finding endeavors. There were 6 separate Republican "investigations" into Benghazi that all landed with a thud. That doesn't leave much time to legislate or govern. Of course, Republicans aren't interested in legislating or governing unless it involves tax cuts for the rich or taking away women's rights over their own body. And lastly, what you call trolling is simply rebuttal. If you can't handle constructive, intellectual challenges to your positions, consider growing thicker skin or stop posting.
 

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Let the circus begin. Get your popcorn. Republican House "investigations" and impeachments will go nowhere, waste precious time and resources, and backfire on Republicans in 2024. Knock yourself out, Kevin.

These fruitless exercises only show how intellectually bankrupt and utterly leaderless the Republicans are.

No solutions for the housing crisis, rampant inflation, climate change and recession. Sorry if I'm old fashioned, but isn't government supposed to do something???

Don't expect any ideas & solutions from them.
 
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Exactly right Wetnose. Here's what CAN be expected from the Republicans: Corruption, lies, cheating, gerrymandering, denial, racism, sexism, violence, hatred, revenge, incompetence, failure, pandering to corporate interests and the gun lobby, a total lack of concern for the nation and its problems, and a complete focus on enriching themselves at the expense of the American people. What else can you expect from a disgusting party that includes characters like Trump, MTG, Gaetz, Boebert, Graham, Cruz, Gohmert, Jordan, Pence, Palin, Lake, Walker, DeSantis, Abbott and so many others. The party is nothing but slime.
 

Jazzman1218

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Exactly right Wetnose. Here's what CAN be expected from the Republicans: Corruption, lies, cheating, gerrymandering, denial, racism, sexism, violence, hatred, revenge, incompetence, failure, pandering to corporate interests and the gun lobby, a total lack of concern for the nation and its problems, and a complete focus on enriching themselves at the expense of the American people. What else can you expect from a disgusting party that includes characters like Trump, MTG, Gaetz, Boebert, Graham, Cruz, Gohmert, Jordan, Pence, Palin, Lake, Walker, DeSantis, Abbott and so many others. The party is nothing but slime.
Tell us how you really feel. Stop sugarcoating it. LOL. I couldn't have said it better.
 

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So much for the "law and order" President
At some point, people noticed that whatever Republicans were campaigning on/accusing Democrats was the actual opposite of their actions.

The "law and order" GOP mantra is especially laughable coming from Trump. But in keeping with the theme of GOP campaign/rhetoric is actually projection, guess the last president that campaigned on "law and order?" That would be Richard Nixon--yeah that Richard Nixon :D

 

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At some point, people noticed that whatever Republicans were campaigning on/accusing Democrats was the actual opposite of their actions.

The "law and order" GOP mantra is especially laughable coming from Trump. But in keeping with the theme of GOP campaign/rhetoric is actually projection, guess the last president that campaigned on "law and order?" That would be Richard Nixon--yeah that Richard Nixon :D

Today is election day in Georgia for the 100th Senate siege.
Ron de Santis, the possible Republican President candidate expressed his support for Herschel Walker, whose greatest political quality is being a retired football star and supported by Donald Trump !
 
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Even if Walker won it wouldn’t of changed the balance in the senate. Remember, the VP would cast a deciding vote in a 50/50 senate. thats why the Republicans didn’t break the bank to get Walker elected. But a good win for Warnuck nonetheless.
 

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Republican challenger Herschel Walker, the former Heisman Trophy-winning running back, lost to Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock in a Georgia runoff election Tuesday, ensuring Democrats an outright majority in the Senate for the rest of President Joe Biden's term.

Neither reached the general election majority required under state law last month, leading to Tuesday's runoff. Warnock's win gives the Democrats a 51-49 Senate majority, gaining a seat from the current 50-50 split with John Fetterman's victory in Pennsylvania. There will be a divided government, however, with Republicans having narrowly flipped House control.
 

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The Republicans rarely win the popular vote in any modern presidential election. What was it - once in the past three decades? But they have occupied the White House a few times anyway thanks to the inefficient Electoral College system. On those occasions, their main achievements have been starting unjust wars, making the rich richer at the expense of middle class Americans, removing acquired rights, supporting racist actions, stacking the SCOTUS with contemptible rightwing clowns (at least two of whom had been accused of serious sexual wrongdoing), giving pardons to criminals and traitors, telling lies about COVID that undoubtedly caused many unnecessary deaths, causing all sorts of damage that the Democrats subsequently have to correct every time they re-assume their rightful position in power, and - let's not forget - encouraging a violent treasonous coup in a failed attempt to turn the USA into a fascist dictatorship...all the while cozying up to guys like Trump's hero Putin.

The only good thing about the Banana Republicans is that they provide a lot of laughs thanks to key figures like Marjorie Taylor "Peach Tree Dish" Greene, Donald J. "Covfefe" Trump, and the many other dimwitted liars, QAnon cultists and cowardly, hypocritical asskissers in their corrupt party.

Their constant infighting also provides amusement because when they're not telling lies about the Democrats they're busy slamming each other. When they do so, it's like a wrestling match with two bad guys facing each other.
 

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Get ready for a bumpy ride. Most human societies rarely survive beyond 250 years in their original form, and it looks like America is not going to be the exception.


The Republicans in power today have every intention of ending democracy via voter suppression, gerrymandering, and simply abusing their power to overturn election results they don’t like. Three grim scenarios for America’s future cannot be dismissed. The first two put us back in the post-Reconstruction era. The second is a threat we’ve never seen before: the functional end of our democracy for generations. The closest analogy is 1860, with the difference that the South had somehow managed to game the system into overturning the election of Lincoln and installed John Breckinridge as president.

Unless voters wake up—and Democrats wake them up—we’re on the verge of permanent, minoritarian, single-party rule, and few seem to realize what that would look like, much less the consequences. Once we reach that point, there’s a limited number of potential outcomes. This article explores how we might reach each of them, and what they would look like. Spoiler alert: None of them are good.
 
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