Trump: 2020.

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I think he told you, Rudder. Biden to old out of one side of your mouth and a Biden win out the other? This:
"The level of political retardation you are displaying is ridiculous"
Kind of weird how people in an irrelevant country on the other side of the world and no US citizenship (thus no vote in the election) can get themselves so wrapped up in and overwrought by US politics, which they do not even understand very well.
 

Joe E

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"Weak candidates" according to YOU and YOUR sensibilities.

I think Biden is a weak candidate. He's fucking ancient, he's been a leading figure in some of the stupidest mistakes of the last 40 years, he's never met a credit card company he won't whore himself off to, and he very well might be experiencing age-related cognitive decline.

He also has 4x the polling support of Tulsi, Pete and Yang combined. That makes him a strong candidate and them weak, no matter what I think about him or who I'd prefer to see win the nomination.

Still running from acknowledging the existence of the SCOTUS, though. That not important to you? Four or five Conservative activists on the SCOTUS isn't a concern to you?

:hat
Four does not a majority make, Rudder. Are you retarded? TDS.
 

Joe E

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Kind of weird how people in an irrelevant country on the other side of the world and no US citizenship (thus no vote in the election) can get themselves so wrapped up in and overwrought by US politics, which they do not even understand very well.
It's entertaining.
 
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Kind of weird how people in an irrelevant country on the other side of the world and no US citizenship (thus no vote in the election) can get themselves so wrapped up in and overwrought by US politics, which they do not even understand very well.

I have noticed that tons of people in the world are obsessed with USA politics. I notice that in political debates in other countries the USA often comes up and especially Trump. It is not a bad thing but surprising.
 
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I have noticed that tons of people in the world are obsessed with USA politics. I notice that in political debates in other countries the USA often comes up and especially Trump. It is not a bad thing but surprising.
In fairness US actions have massive consequences on the globe...they have before Trump and people in other countries had interest in US Politics before Trump as well.


Trump is theatrical in both the best and worse sense of the word though.

So it would make sense that people would be interested.
 
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Not as dumb as your friend, but thanks for the help.
He made no comments about majority or not.

He simply made a observation that he is a major candidate...like it or not ..due to his level of support.


To illustrate that level of support he used a metric of comparison...namely that Biden has "4x" the support of some referenced candiates.


So what you think you "caught" him in wasn't what he was doing.


Again you need to get Major to help you more.
 
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Kind of weird how people in an irrelevant country on the other side of the world and no US citizenship (thus no vote in the election) can get themselves so wrapped up in and overwrought by US politics, which they do not even understand very well.
Vino also shows clear interest in US Politics while not being a citizen but you are cool with it because he essentially agrees with your mission.
 
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He made no comments about majority or not.

He simply made a observation that he is a major candidate...like it or not ..due to his level of support.


To illustrate that level of support he used a metric of comparison...namely that Biden has "4x" the support of some referenced candiates.


So what you think you "caught" him in wasn't what he was doing.


Again you need to get Major to help you more.
I think he was talking about the 4 or 5 SCOTUS judges, not the 4X political support.
 
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I think he was, too, Brent, but why bother getting into it.
Every now and then I need to catch up with the conversation so I hit the "show ignored content" link, and I then see Rudder's and Johnstown's posts. They are quite simple minded, really. Anyway I was just pointing out the latter's error here, FWIIW.
 
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Joe E

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Every now and then I need to catch up with the conversation so I hit the "show ignored content" link, and I then see Rudder's and Johnstown's posts. They are quite simple, minded, really. Anyway I was just pointing out the latter's error here, FWIIW.
Same.
 

Deebo

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Show dem balls bro
In fairness US actions have massive consequences on the globe...they have before Trump and people in other countries had interest in US Politics before Trump as well.


Trump is theatrical in both the best and worse sense of the word though.

So it would make sense that people would be interested.

Which is exactly why all people in every country all over the world should be able to vote for the President of the United States!

America should allow other countries to vote in the 2020 election

This is a country which calls itself 'leader of the Free World' and has huge global influence in terms of foreign policy and economics. Now that Trump won't acknowledge basic things like climate change, it's time other countries had a say

https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/2020-us-election-vote-trump-campaign-a8836076.html




:furypunch
 
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Which is exactly why all people in every country all over the world should be able to vote for the President of the United States!

America should allow other countries to vote in the 2020 election

This is a country which calls itself 'leader of the Free World' and has huge global influence in terms of foreign policy and economics. Now that Trump won't acknowledge basic things like climate change, it's time other countries had a say

https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/2020-us-election-vote-trump-campaign-a8836076.html


I'd go the other way. The US gets to appoint dictators of all other nations, which they will accept and revere under threat of the US nuking them into oblivion.