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originally posted by: LordAhriman
I don't personally know a single Democrat who's abandoned the party. I can't say the same about Republicans.
originally posted by: six67seven
a reply to: carewemust
While I don’t care to take stock of polls....I’m sure you know why...
I will say that the democrats blew their load years ago all over Obama. Now we’re dealing with the aftermath.
The democrats are akin to a Tinder hookup or drunken one-night-stand, that when you wake up the next morning they’re still there...in bed with you, and they’re not nearly as attractive in the daylight...so we’re in that awkward stage of — “how do I tell this person to leave immediately and never come back?”
originally posted by: carewemust
October 2, 2018
Now, it's too late. Democrats are unwittingly helping Republicans build a RED OCTOBER WAVE, which Republicans will grow into a RED NOVEMBER TSUNAMI, by delivering what Americans REALLY Want.
When you consider our society and culture, is it hard to imagine a power base form right smack in the middle of our media influences?
originally posted by: IShotMyLastMuse
im my limited experience, basically from people around me, seems that more and more people are waking up to the fact that the entirety of the story does not come from talk show hosts or hollywood or the music industry.
that all those people are giving out a one sided view of the story, VERY one sided.
And those very people are now getting their information from something other than bill maher and all those copy paste talk show hosts.
I cant say if this is some kind of definitive shift in the population's mindset, but an awakening is in progress, and it's refreshing to see.
Took way longer that necessary but people are moving away from the mindset of "that person must be right because they are famous"
Oh come now, it's a bit refreshing compared to the stale an polluted air you've been gasping at in your echo chamber 😌
originally posted by: kaylaluv
Nice echo chamber you got goin’ on in here.
originally posted by: TonyS
a reply to: carewemust
Your OP is an interesting opinion, but that is all it is.
Repubs lose the House and Dems pickup one in the Senate insuring Trump is a lame duck following on until 2020.
More.........governance by gridlock at the Federal level. Doesnt that tell you people something? As hordes flow across an unmanned border; as Corporations pillage the environment and the economy reaping huge profits, without effective oversight, doesnt it become clear the extent to which the Federal gov't is becoming less and less relevant?
The answer lies in disempowering the clueless thieves in DC and returrning that power back to the States.
originally posted by: 3NL1GHT3N3D1
So what happens when both parties are still here 5 years from now pitting you and others against each other still? Will you finally see that those in power are simply playing the sides against each other while they control both?
How long will you alienate yourself from your fellow countrymen and women before you realize you've been goaded along this entire time by the very same people you claim to not trust?
When will you realize that the media's treatment of Trump is no different than when Palpatine tries to manipulate Luke into allowing hate to overpower him and cloud his reasoning and judgement?
Honest questions. When will you learn to let go of your hate for others? When will you unplug from the establishments narrative of divide and conquer? Your eye is off the ball.
Across the South, 48 percent would vote for GOP candidates if the midterm election were held today, compared with 43 who would support Democrats. (The states polled include: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.) Nationally, by contrast, 49 percent of voters would vote for a Democratic candidate, compared with 42 percent who would vote for a Republican. A majority of voters in Mississippi, Tennessee and Alabama would also vote for a Republican congressional candidate over a Democratic candidate.
originally posted by: MteWamp
a reply to: carewemust
Looks like Santa is coming early this year.
What can the left offer other than hate for Trump?
If you take all the really good things that the Left has to offer and put it on a sandwich, would you have anything other than bread?