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    Why I Support A Red Wave In November!

    Breezy!!!!


    Why I Support A Red Wave In November!



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    Buahahahahahaha....... have you Right Wingers followed anything going on in various elections around the country??

    Red Wave - that's just funny right there
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    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post
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    Why I Support A Red Wave In November!


    The irony here, my good moderator, is we ALREADY saw a Blue Wave on Primary Day - even right here in Erie County. Heck, they ran out of Democratic ballots it was reported and ballots had to be rushed out to some polling sites.

    If DEMS came out in droves in the primary, wouldn't it be understandable to see them also coming out in droves in the general election???

    And the GOP?

    A lot of hand wringing since fewer than expected showed up to vote.

    I have to wonder if a Red Wave will be coming once President Putin gives to order ????

    And the GOP is crowing that the DEMS are now Socialists????

    No, we are not - but some in the GOP are traitorous with their Putin embrace!


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    Republicans weren't running against Democrats. Correct?

    I thought primaries are for spots within each party for who will run in November.

    In the end, at this point in time, only idiots want to see Trump impeached or gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post
    Republicans weren't running against Democrats. Correct?

    I thought primaries are for spots within each party for who will run in November.

    In the end, at this point in time, only idiots want to see Trump impeached or gone.

    I just, at this point, went from thinking it was funny to seeing it as sad and pathetic that Trump supporters keep making the same old excuses.
    No, only idiots still support a lying, corrupt, cancer that's currently in the white house. Maybe you should take a look in the mirror
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    Quote Originally Posted by HipKat View Post
    I just, at this point, went from thinking it was funny to seeing it as sad and pathetic that Trump supporters keep making the same old excuses.
    No, only idiots still support a lying, corrupt, cancer that's currently in the white house. Maybe you should take a look in the mirror
    I find it funny how democrats find excuse when none were said.

    I looked into the mirror and saw this below.

    What excuse did I make? I said I thought primaries are for spots within each party for who will run in November. That isn't an excuse.

    Second sentence is "In the end, at this point in time, only idiots want to see Trump impeached or gone."

    Market is doing fine... economy is up.... people are working of all segments.... (Sorry if people need to be layoff in the welfare department/social services department. I see a lot of help wanted signs out there.).....Finally someone trying to close up the southern border....Someone who finally puts the USA's best interest first when it comes to trade/money... What excuse did I make..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post
    Republicans weren't running against Democrats. Correct?

    I thought primaries are for spots within each party for who will run in November.

    In the end, at this point in time, only idiots want to see Trump impeached or gone.
    I think we all can agree that Chris Collins is an idiot!



    You have to admit that in a lot of published reports, plus the new book by Bob Woodward of Watergate fame, quotes a heck of a lot of people - - - most within the Trump White House, who have called the president an idiot (some, including Chief-of-Staff General John Kelly using the "F***ing" word before the "idiot" word.

    Idiots aside, I am not one to call for President Trump's impeachment.



    It would be appropriate for the country to vote in some serious checks and balances to keep the president in line.

    That being returning the majority in Congress to Democratic leadership.

    Personally, I want President Trump exactly where he is now - in the White House acting like a complete and total idiot. I also don't think the United States of American is as delicate as some would imply for the rantings of just one man, even a president, could be enough to send us all into an abyss. With a change in the majorities in both houses of Congress, the president would then be on a more shorter leash. We need at lest that, readers, and I think you would agree.



    The Trump soap opera has resulted in a tremendous renewed understanding that voting is important within the rank and file of the Democratic Party. Just three days ago in the primary elections you saw a surge in Democratic turnout.

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    Republicans weren't running against Democrats. Correct?
    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post

    I thought primaries are for spots within each party for who will run in November.

    And yes, the Republican Party had primary contests in several towns and county-wide in a race for county judge. Orchard Park and Lancaster had Republican contests for town judgeships. And Republicans had to defend their endorsement in an assembly race. In other words, Republicans had races but did not show up as usual.

    The funny thing is that Democratic voters usually do not vote in primaries when an overall increase in voting happens. Usually the general election brings them out, but alas for the Republican Party, Democratic Party voters came out so strong in the primary so you would think that in the general election even more will turn out!!!

    I sure hope so!!!!!

    Today's Buffalo News -

    Will ‘unbelievable’ turnout in Democratic primary impact general election?
    "New York's turnout increase proved to be far more dramatic than the national trend, which is dramatic enough: Democratic primary turnout nationwide is up about 75 percent.
    That portends a very good Election Day for Democrats. The last time Democrats turned out in such numbers in primaries, it was 2006 – when the party rode a blue wave to take control of the House and Senate." https://buffalonews.com/2018/09/16/w...eral-election/


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    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post
    I find it funny how democrats find excuse when none were said.

    I looked into the mirror and saw this below.

    What excuse did I make? I said I thought primaries are for spots within each party for who will run in November. That isn't an excuse.

    Second sentence is "In the end, at this point in time, only idiots want to see Trump impeached or gone."

    Market is doing fine... economy is up.... people are working of all segments.... (Sorry if people need to be layoff in the welfare department/social services department. I see a lot of help wanted signs out there.).....Finally someone trying to close up the southern border....Someone who finally puts the USA's best interest first when it comes to trade/money... What excuse did I make..?
    I was talking about overall, not your post, specifically
    Let me articulate this for you:
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