2020 Election  

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29 minutes ago, Lhalo said:

I’m glad the left is overconfident. It will provide us with 4 more years of this:

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I'm 100% certain that Trump and all his supporters will act respectfully and dignified if he were to lose the election. And the Republicans will absolutely not immediately start talking about the deficit.

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Just now, tdawg87 said:

I'm 100% certain that Trump and all his supporters will act respectfully and dignified if he were to lose the election. And the Republicans will absolutely not immediately start talking about the deficit.

Well they won’t be falling down in the streets crying like that dyke. 

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2 hours ago, Kevin said:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_U.S._state_secession_petitions#Petitions_and_counter-petitions

 

There will always be snowflakes with politics. They are built into our system.

Truly a both sides thing if that idea exists.  Tons of fucking dipshit babies on both sides of the spectrum.  Absolutely no shortage for either side. 

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Harris urged to ‘politely decline’ VP, gun for this top role instead

Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown has urged Sen. Kamala Harris to "politely decline" a spot on Joe Biden's ticket if the 2020 presumptive Democratic nominee chooses her as his running mate.

In an op-ed headlined "Brown: Kamala Harris should say no to vice presidency" published by the San Francisco Chronicle on Saturday, Brown, who has openly discussed his past extramarital relationship with Harris, urged her to reject the vice presidency and request instead to be considered for the role of attorney general in a Biden administration.

"Harris is a tested and proven campaigner who will work her backside off to get Biden elected," Brown wrote. "That said, the vice presidency is not the job she should go for — asking to be considered as attorney general in a Biden administration would be more like it."

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36 minutes ago, Redondo said:

Harris urged to ‘politely decline’ VP, gun for this top role instead

Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown has urged Sen. Kamala Harris to "politely decline" a spot on Joe Biden's ticket if the 2020 presumptive Democratic nominee chooses her as his running mate.

In an op-ed headlined "Brown: Kamala Harris should say no to vice presidency" published by the San Francisco Chronicle on Saturday, Brown, who has openly discussed his past extramarital relationship with Harris, urged her to reject the vice presidency and request instead to be considered for the role of attorney general in a Biden administration.

"Harris is a tested and proven campaigner who will work her backside off to get Biden elected," Brown wrote. "That said, the vice presidency is not the job she should go for — asking to be considered as attorney general in a Biden administration would be more like it."

Yuck 

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3 hours ago, Redondo said:

Harris urged to ‘politely decline’ VP, gun for this top role instead

Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown has urged Sen. Kamala Harris to "politely decline" a spot on Joe Biden's ticket if the 2020 presumptive Democratic nominee chooses her as his running mate.

In an op-ed headlined "Brown: Kamala Harris should say no to vice presidency" published by the San Francisco Chronicle on Saturday, Brown, who has openly discussed his past extramarital relationship with Harris, urged her to reject the vice presidency and request instead to be considered for the role of attorney general in a Biden administration.

"Harris is a tested and proven campaigner who will work her backside off to get Biden elected," Brown wrote. "That said, the vice presidency is not the job she should go for — asking to be considered as attorney general in a Biden administration would be more like it."

Jesus.

I started to read this and it is the political version of Harvey Weinstein.

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