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Michigan is just fine....it gets confusing for Trump fans when Michigan and Minnesota are combined as one and fraud is claimed....It's pretty embarrassing for team Trump actually, as well as those Q n

The fact Trump won Michigan by 10K in 16' and HRC conceded, whereas Trump got obliterated in Michigan by 150K and can't let it go?.....No, I would say the Trump righties are like ducks on a pond, thos

How long did it take for Hilary to concede her election ? I hope the Republicans have at least learned to hog tie their political opponents in the manner the Dems have hog tied the Trump administratio

Just now, coorslite21 said:

 

Just doing too many things at once.....was finishing up some crypto trades.....and the post popped up again...so I hit reply...

What are you up to today?

Hope it's something more productive than what you're doing here.....😉     CL

 

Pushing back against nefarious souls who willfully undermine our Republic is absolutely productive.....People need to be brought back to reality and truth, not Trump's 22K plus lies and counting.....Over a quarter million Americans have lost their lives to covid and Trump continues to play golf and ignore the pandemic, while his ever fawning base continues to run cover for him.  It's quite pathetic and embarrassing.

 

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Of course you would, it fits you never trump stance besides I don't believe either one of them. 

Snopes has been proven wrong too many times for me. They are also a couple of very far left leaning individuals 

so they also have an agenda.

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2 minutes ago, coorslite21 said:

 

All roads lead back to Dominion......    just the facts!   CL

 

When a court of law rules in favor of what you just said.....then it will be a fact, not before.  80 million Americans voted for President Elect Joe Biden, 6 million more than Trump and counting.

 

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3 minutes ago, nstoolman1 said:

Of course you would, it fits you never trump stance besides I don't believe either one of them. 

Snopes has been proven wrong too many times for me. They are also a couple of very far left leaning individuals 

so they also have an agenda.

 

I'm glad you don't subscribe to the Q line of thinking.....that says a lot.

 

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1 hour ago, coorslite21 said:

You might avoid using Michigan in your arguments of fairness...   CL

 

As THESE exemplary posts consistently demonstrate on a MOST Principled basis, in ALL "fairness", THESE exemplary posts "may" be ENTIRELY necessary whereas CONSISTENTLY baselessly "refuted" by a narcissistic poster "upset" by a True The United States Of America Patriot President FIGHTING FOR We The People "self" "perceived" (by THEE "poster" HERE) TO BE MORE narcissistic THAN THEE narcissistic poster THEMSELF POSTING PSBS (Petulant Spoiled Brat Syndrome AND Progressive Senseless :bs: ) PERPETUALLY in an "attempt" TO "achieve" THEE "personal" "goal" OF BEING "eternally" "acclaimed" AS THEE MOST NARCISSISTIC OF ALL PEOPLES FOR ALL TIME!!!

 

Fair IS Fair.

 

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45 minutes ago, Shabibilicious said:

 

Pushing back against nefarious souls who willfully undermine our Republic is absolutely productive.....People need to be brought back to reality and truth, not Trump's 22K plus lies and counting.....Over a quarter million Americans have lost their lives to covid and Trump continues to play golf and ignore the pandemic, while his ever fawning base continues to run cover for him.  It's quite pathetic and embarrassing.

 

GO RV, then BV

 

Yet to my knowledge you spend no time working on any candidates election...

 

Instead you hope to change the world here in this small forum.....?😮

 

It's a real shame that your fear of being politically harrassed on the VIP side prevented you from getting involved.....1 section is all about blockchain/cryptocurrency..

 

Many have done very well financially in the sector.....but better yet, have laid a strong foundation for successes in the future... 

 

Good luck in your quest to change the world....😉

 

BTW.....your boy Biden......62% tax on anyone making $400 grand or better.....wonder how his policies might affect your IQD earning/windfall...

 

Just some thoughts....    CL

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9 minutes ago, coorslite21 said:

 

Yet to my knowledge you spend no time working on any candidates election...

 

Instead you hope to change the world here in this small forum.....?😮

 

It's a real shame that your fear of being politically harrassed on the VIP side prevented you from getting involved.....1 section is all about blockchain/cryptocurrency..

 

Many have done very well financially in the sector.....but better yet, have laid a strong foundation for successes in the future... 

 

Good luck in your quest to change the world....😉

 

BTW.....your boy Biden......62% tax on anyone making $400 grand or better.....wonder how his policies might affect your IQD earning/windfall...

 

Just some thoughts....    CL

 

I've never been a fan of paying taxes (income, property, sales, federal, state, local, school, etc.).......but I've never not paid my share either.  ;)

 

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8 minutes ago, Shabibilicious said:

 

I've never been a fan of paying taxes (income, property, sales, federal, state, local, school, etc.).......but I've never not paid my share either.  ;)

 

GO RV, then BV

 

Well....if you think a 62% Federal Tax is a fair share.....write the check...

CL

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How long did it take for Hilary to concede her election ? I hope the Republicans have at least learned to hog tie their political opponents in the manner the Dems have hog tied the Trump administration. Its not a matter of the Republicans sinking to the Dems level. It is a matter of acquiescing to the fact that the rules of politics has changed, permanently here in the 21 century.   

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1 hour ago, new york kevin said:

How long did it take for Hilary to concede her election ? I hope the Republicans have at least learned to hog tie their political opponents in the manner the Dems have hog tied the Trump administration. Its not a matter of the Republicans sinking to the Dems level. It is a matter of acquiescing to the fact that the rules of politics has changed, permanently here in the 21 century.   

 

 

 

One day!

 

Hillarious Clinton concedes presidential election to Donald Trump: 'We must accept this result'

 This article is more than 4 years old

Former secretary of state addresses supporters to formally concede election a day after Donald Trump pulled off stunning victory

 

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/nov/09/Hillarious-clinton-concedes-election-donald-trump-speech

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Biden is stealing the spotlight. Trump can't stand it.

 
 
Joel Mathis
Mon, November 23, 2020, 6:06 AM EST
 
 
8e94bebd4e1e37ee300ba8e81179bc57

Donald Trump has entered the Norma Desmond phase of his presidency.

Desmond, you'll recall, was the character at the heart of Sunset Boulevard, Billy Wilder's classic 1950 film noir — a has-been silent movie star pining for the long-gone attention of the masses, living in a crumbling-but-ostentatious mansion, given company mostly by the sycophants and enablers on her payroll, scheming constantly about how to return to the spotlight. When it becomes clear that will not happen, that she has been living out a fantasy, she lashes out destructively.

And at the end, when it comes time for her to leave her mansion, Desmond is convinced to do so only when promised that she is, at long last, taking center stage once again.

"You see, this is my life! It always will be! Nothing else! Just us, and the cameras, and those wonderful people out there in the dark!" she says, gazing ostentatiously into the lens. "All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up."

Sound at all familiar?

Trump's attempts to steal the 2020 election — while dangerous — have become just as darkly comic as Desmond's efforts to regain her lost fame. Last week, Trump sent Sidney Powell before the cameras to falsely allege President-elect Joe Biden had won the election only through the help of a conspiracy involving (among others) the maker of voting software, "communist money," and the deceased Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez. It was a stream of absurdity, lies, and crazy talk, too much even for Fox News' Tucker Carlson to dignify. On Sunday, Powell was dumped unceremoniously from Trump's legal team.

All this ridiculousness can be understood if you realize that Trump is doing more than just trying to keep a job he can barely be bothered to do (over the weekend he skipped out early on a virtual gathering of world leaders, after he had spoken, but before a session on the COVID-19 pandemic). Like Desmond, he can feel the spotlight slipping away, and cannot bear to give it up.

You see, the spotlight should be turning toward Biden. He is the president-elect after all, about to take office in the midst of a terrible economic and public health crisis. We should be talking more about his agenda, what he will do to dig America out of this mess, about the people who will be staffing his administration. We should be looking forward. Instead, Trump has commandeered our attention once again. He isn't just keeping Biden away from the government's legal transition process — he is stealing the bully pulpit Biden could be using to build consensus for quick action on the biggest challenges facing the country.

Some of this — not all, but some — is the news industry's fault. Whatever else you think of Donald Trump, he has been good business for The New York Times, CNN, and other outlets trying to keep their footing in a fracturing media environment. Trump is a terrible president, but he puts on a good show. Which means his departure from the White House must present an Augustinian temptation to reporters, editors, and (ahem) pundits: "Lord, give us a boring president — but not yet."

Trump, though, justifies the attention. He is still president, after all, which means that what he does still matters. And his attempt to upend America's voting laws and traditions, combined with his team's contempt for truth and fair play, means this is a genuinely scary moment in our history.

But as Trump learned this weekend, keeping the spotlight sometimes comes with a price he doesn't want to pay. He reportedly told friends that Powell was fired from his legal team because she was "too much" even for him. That doesn't compute — Trump has lately lauded the barely-connected-to-truth histrionics of second-tier conservative TV networks like OANN and Newsmax because Fox News hasn't been loyal enough for his tastes. When has "too much" ever been too much for Donald Trump?

There is one form of attention Trump despises, however: mockery. He cannot stand the thought of being laughed at. Powell's performance — and her firing — earned mockery even from prominent conservatives. That's the kind of "too much" that is too much for Trump.

In Sunset Boulevard, Norma Desmond snaps back at a character who observes she "used to be big" during the silent era. "I am big," she protests. "It's the pictures that got small." Our outgoing president may think similarly of himself, but that wouldn't be right. For decades now, he has been a master at summoning big attention. But in the ways that matter in being a decent human, a successful businessman, or a good president, Donald Trump was always small. He is ever-ready for his closeup — he just isn't good for much else.

 

https://www.yahoo.com/news/biden-stealing-spotlight-trump-cant-110659475.html

 

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The Week

Biden is stealing the spotlight. Trump can't stand it.

 
 
Joel Mathis
Mon, November 23, 2020, 6:06 AM EST
 
 
8e94bebd4e1e37ee300ba8e81179bc57

Donald Trump has entered the Norma Desmond phase of his presidency.

Desmond, you'll recall, was the character at the heart of Sunset Boulevard, Billy Wilder's classic 1950 film noir — a has-been silent movie star pining for the long-gone attention of the masses, living in a crumbling-but-ostentatious mansion, given company mostly by the sycophants and enablers on her payroll, scheming constantly about how to return to the spotlight. When it becomes clear that will not happen, that she has been living out a fantasy, she lashes out destructively.

And at the end, when it comes time for her to leave her mansion, Desmond is convinced to do so only when promised that she is, at long last, taking center stage once again.

"You see, this is my life! It always will be! Nothing else! Just us, and the cameras, and those wonderful people out there in the dark!" she says, gazing ostentatiously into the lens. "All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up."

Sound at all familiar?

Trump's attempts to steal the 2020 election — while dangerous — have become just as darkly comic as Desmond's efforts to regain her lost fame. Last week, Trump sent Sidney Powell before the cameras to falsely allege President-elect Joe Biden had won the election only through the help of a conspiracy involving (among others) the maker of voting software, "communist money," and the deceased Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez. It was a stream of absurdity, lies, and crazy talk, too much even for Fox News' Tucker Carlson to dignify. On Sunday, Powell was dumped unceremoniously from Trump's legal team.

All this ridiculousness can be understood if you realize that Trump is doing more than just trying to keep a job he can barely be bothered to do (over the weekend he skipped out early on a virtual gathering of world leaders, after he had spoken, but before a session on the COVID-19 pandemic). Like Desmond, he can feel the spotlight slipping away, and cannot bear to give it up.

You see, the spotlight should be turning toward Biden. He is the president-elect after all, about to take office in the midst of a terrible economic and public health crisis. We should be talking more about his agenda, what he will do to dig America out of this mess, about the people who will be staffing his administration. We should be looking forward. Instead, Trump has commandeered our attention once again. He isn't just keeping Biden away from the government's legal transition process — he is stealing the bully pulpit Biden could be using to build consensus for quick action on the biggest challenges facing the country.

Some of this — not all, but some — is the news industry's fault. Whatever else you think of Donald Trump, he has been good business for The New York Times, CNN, and other outlets trying to keep their footing in a fracturing media environment. Trump is a terrible president, but he puts on a good show. Which means his departure from the White House must present an Augustinian temptation to reporters, editors, and (ahem) pundits: "Lord, give us a boring president — but not yet."

Trump, though, justifies the attention. He is still president, after all, which means that what he does still matters. And his attempt to upend America's voting laws and traditions, combined with his team's contempt for truth and fair play, means this is a genuinely scary moment in our history.

But as Trump learned this weekend, keeping the spotlight sometimes comes with a price he doesn't want to pay. He reportedly told friends that Powell was fired from his legal team because she was "too much" even for him. That doesn't compute — Trump has lately lauded the barely-connected-to-truth histrionics of second-tier conservative TV networks like OANN and Newsmax because Fox News hasn't been loyal enough for his tastes. When has "too much" ever been too much for Donald Trump?

There is one form of attention Trump despises, however: mockery. He cannot stand the thought of being laughed at. Powell's performance — and her firing — earned mockery even from prominent conservatives. That's the kind of "too much" that is too much for Trump.

In Sunset Boulevard, Norma Desmond snaps back at a character who observes she "used to be big" during the silent era. "I am big," she protests. "It's the pictures that got small." Our outgoing president may think similarly of himself, but that wouldn't be right. For decades now, he has been a master at summoning big attention. But in the ways that matter in being a decent human, a successful businessman, or a good president, Donald Trump was always small. He is ever-ready for his closeup — he just isn't good for much else.

 

https://www.yahoo.com/news/biden-stealing-spotlight-trump-cant-110659475.html

 

GO RV, then BV

Crazy town MSM.....😮

CL

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10 hours ago, Shabibilicious said:

Fact check: Incorrect reporting of Antrim county election results due to human error; Nancy Pelosi’s husband does not own Dominion Voting Systems

Off Topic

10 hours ago, Shabibilicious said:

What We Know About a Suddenly Important Michigan Elections Board

another Off topic...

Please stay on topic with your post. No Rebuttal spin zone or excuse accepted. 

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Followed by 4 yrs of lying to the courts, FISA and others. Weaponizing the DOJ, the FBI, and CIA and using it against a duly elected President , his team, and everyday Americans .  Resist until the us Constitution is legal once again.

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12 hours ago, yota691 said:

Off Topic

another Off topic...

Please stay on topic with your post. No Rebuttal spin zone or excuse accepted. 

 

Do these rules apply to all posters?  And for example, if a poster goes off topic, is another poster allowed to respond?  I couldn't find anywhere in the rules section that said a response wasn't allowed.  :shrug:

 

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Just now, Shabibilicious said:

Do these rules apply to all posters? 

They sure do, your not the only one that been ask to stay on topic. Spinning excuse will not get it..

Just now, Pitcher said:

I got off topic on Sunday and was told to get back on topic.

Thanks for the reply and staying on subject Pitcher

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1 minute ago, yota691 said:

They sure do, your not the only one that been ask to stay on topic. Spinning excuse will not get it..

Thanks for the reply and staying on subject Pitcher

 

How about the other question I had?  If another poster goes off topic with a comment is a rebuttal response allowed?

 

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3 minutes ago, Shabibilicious said:

If another poster goes off topic with a comment is a rebuttal response allowed?

Gezzz Pitcher just admitted he went off topic and was ask to stay on topic. What part of that request do you not understand.  This thread is about GOP and concede. Not Hilary not Dominion Voting. If you want to make it hard on yourself we can take it to the next level. 

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6 minutes ago, yota691 said:

Gezzz Pitcher just admitted he went off topic and was ask to stay on topic. What part of that request do you not understand.  This thread is about GOP and concede. Not Hilary not Dominion Voting. If you want to make it hard on yourself we can take it to the next level. 

 

Don't want it to get hard....just want to know if I'm allowed to respond to a poster who directs an off topic comment to me?  

 

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