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2024 US Election Prediction Thread

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posted on Oct, 29 2019 @ 12:08 PM
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I think in 2024 we need to ALL vote an Independent in as President. Then maybe the House and Senate will work better together. It certainly should be worth a try.




posted on Oct, 29 2019 @ 01:46 PM
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a reply to: The2Billies

You seem to see this in a way that is different from me though we do agree on a number of points.

One that we agree on is the political divide. While you put all the blame on the Democrats I see that some of that blame rests on the the Republicans and their wishy washy relationship to Trump. The candidates and others who ran against him were very vocal as to how they saw him. The hollering against him was so loud, remember. Yet when he won the office, they all shut up and bowed the knee rather than attempting to run a democracy and instead have settled for the centralized authoritarian system that he is trying to establish. Yes, I see him as a megalomaniac and all the rest of the Republican Party just genuflects and say yas maasta yas maasta.

There has been for the last couple of decades a trend towards endowing the Executive Branch with more and more power. Clinton helped it and Bush sucked it in as fast as he could. Obama was no exception in accepting more Executive authority and what we have now it seems is a potus who seeks to reap all the power he can for his branch of the government. He is turning the Executive Branch into the Trump Branch.

So if you want to put all the blame on those others I think it a result of the very ''planned'' actions of the Trump Branch and not from an unbiased assessment of the entire political scene.



posted on Oct, 29 2019 @ 01:52 PM
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a reply to: LSU2018

It also does not take into account people who have come to see him more clearly over his first term and can now see him for the blustering bull$hitter he is?


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People who voted for Trump because of the Clinton stench are mostly full-on supporters of him now because he's still delivering on promises


And there we have it as far as I am concerned. And answering this question of which is correct is why I am still against impeachment. This question needs to be answered in 2020



posted on Nov, 6 2019 @ 11:17 PM
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a reply to: ManWhoWasThursday

The Liberals had already became more radical. Not counting out their woke culture and cancel culture. But on topic i still think Trump will win his re election and all depends on what is happening in Syria as well with the Economy. If the Economy holds up well his going to be in good position.
edit on 6-11-2019 by ChefFox because: (no reason given)




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