Trump 2020.

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There aint nothing in the world more powerful than the pachumbla.
Yes I know theres the bubblawubblaweeblu but that's not on the level
 

Joe E

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A BILL
To expand Americans’ access to the ballot box, reduce the influence of big money in politics, and strengthen ethics rules for public servants, and for other purposes...So another law is needed to curb corruption within the electoral process...:lol:

 
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Joe E

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Aliens and Voter Fraud
 
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Joe E

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Yikes, Booker is a mess.

Did you see this poll, joe? looks like Biden and Bernie are the front runners; two rich old white men.

Not really a surprise, Tommy. I'd rather see Sanders get the duke, but he'll bend over again.
 

tommygun711

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Not really a surprise, Tommy. I'd rather see Sanders get the duke, but he'll bend over again.
You should be careful what you wish for, Sanders would likely defeat Trump imo. He would have done it back in 2016, now it's a different story but he has a lot of name recognition and is still the most progressive candidate out of this field.
 

Joe E

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You should be careful what you wish for, Sanders would likely defeat Trump imo. He would have done it back in 2016, now it's a different story but he has a lot of name recognition and is still the most progressive candidate out of this field.
2016 he would've had a fair chance. Not this time. The Burnsters filed out after his double cross at the convention. Besides, Trump has a record economy and the nation is at peace. Barring any disaster Trump's got this. Not to mention the Democrats platform is going to be a mess.
 

Tko6

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The Democrats are serious, and desperate.
125 DEMOCRATS AND 1 REPUBLICAN VOTE TO LOWER VOTING AGE TO 16
The 'progressive' media brings this up every now and again about voting in the UK. The thing is, you read any article about a 16-17 year old doing something bad, or if they're a victim of something, they infantilise them like fuck. It's never a 17 year old adult commits murder, it's always 'teenager' commits murder, or something similar.

Here's an example:


'Sixteen-year-old boy and older man charged with London murder '

They managed to fuck their own headline up, but they describe a 16 and 17 year old as 'boy', yet when it comes to any article on voting, 16 year olds magically become all-knowing adults that deserve the right to vote.
 

Joe E

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The 'progressive' media brings this up every now and again about voting in the UK. The thing is, you read any article about a 16-17 year old doing something bad, or if they're a victim of something, they infantilise them like fuck. It's never a 17 year old adult commits murder, it's always 'teenager' commits murder, or something similar.

Here's an example:


'Sixteen-year-old boy and older man charged with London murder '

They managed to fuck their own headline up, but they describe a 16 and 17 year old as 'boy', yet when it comes to any article on voting, 16 year olds magically become all-knowing adults that deserve the right to vote.
Personally, I think the age to vote should be put back to 21.
 

Tko6

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Personally, I think the age to vote should be put back to 21.
Well I'm certainly against lowering the voting age, but I'm not so keen on removing rights that are already in place. As things stand, it's just progressives trying to dig out any vote they can, but it really wouldn't make much difference unless voting numbers were really close. I don't look at US polls too much, but here in the UK, every poll shows that 18-34 year olds are much less likely to vote than older people, slightly less than 50% for young people last time I checked, and it goes up with age, to 85% or so. It's the main reason they got Brexit wrong (and still do today), and probably why they got Trumps numbers wrong, as well as the 'shy' vote factor
 
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