Hall of Fame
- Oct 23, 2005
To be fair he’s from Winston Co. More people here voted for Trump per capita than any other county in the US. I’m surrounded by them everywhere, haha. There were less than 50 third party voters among the 10k votes in 2016. Two of them were my wife and me.We can depend on you to keep the debate on a high level...
so called christians don't like their so called christianity pointed outThe Log Cabin Republicans on my facebook feed are up in arms over Buttigieg's use of religious messaging in politics, calling it "toxic" without a shred of irony or self-awareness. It's honestly hilarious.
I guess this is the moment they're talking about from last night:
I must be forgetting the parable where Jesus supplied poor people with bootstraps and locked them in cages as a divine motivational technique.
I thought Pete did really well. He essentially kept a clean sheet by not going after Sanders or Warren. He was already qualified for September so he and Beto really had far more to lose from a bad performance than what could be gained by a great performance.BornOnThirdBasians 2:7 said:Thou whoist benefited greatly due to their family connections, shall strive to ensure those opportunities are not available for others. For nothing brings people closer to god than to be reminded every day that their only problem is laziness.
Agreed. Warren, Sanders, and Pete were the strongest last night. As expected.I thought Pete did really well. He essentially kept a clean sheet by not going after Sanders or Warren. He was already qualified for September so he and Beto really had far more to lose from a bad performance than what could be gained by a great performance.
As the number of candidates are winnowed I think anyone with the idea of medicare for all without some form of transition is going to be painted, and in this instance I think rightly so, as living in Lala land. As an aside, I don't think it is any more of Lala land than some of the candidates thinking that they will get cooperation from republicans on anything they want to do.Agreed. Warren, Sanders, and Pete were the strongest last night. As expected.
I suppose Klobachar could be a decent VP pick for a male nominee. It worries me how much applause Williamson was getting. Delaney raises legitimate points in the most annoying way possible. And I forgot about everyone else on the stage.