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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: CHeifM4sterDiezL] * 1
    #26987320 - 10/15/20 05:42 PM (9 months, 9 days ago)

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makes all the money we spent people we killed and people who dies for nothing.




Sunk Cost fallacy.

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Leaves a festering destabilized country in the emboldened hands of the taliban extremists.




Ya know, lack of shit exploding in the street significantly improves property value. I'd take a couple religious nuts over airstrikes anyday, personally.


Plus, we're trying to sign a peace treaty.


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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: budmanman] * 2
    #26987652 - 10/15/20 10:52 PM (9 months, 9 days ago)

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Give me the 10 best things about Biden that should make me want to vote for him. 






I can't give 10 but he definitely loves children


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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: yeah]
    #26991276 - 10/18/20 12:43 PM (9 months, 6 days ago)

The best thing is that he will win the election easily. Then it will be his turn to suck, but not nearly as bad. Then it will be Kamala Harris' turn to suck, but again a little less.


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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: imachavel]
    #26994011 - 10/20/20 08:30 AM (9 months, 4 days ago)

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How about I copy and paste off the internet?

1. Anita Hill Hearings
When Christine Blasey Ford testified in front of Congress about Brett Kavanaugh’s attempted sexual assault, it depressingly mirrored another testimony like this from Anita Hill about Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s sexual harassment in 1994—when Joe Biden and Orrin Hatch oversaw a disastrous testimony that they structured. Biden called no independent experts and forced Hill to defend herself alone against an avalanche of immensely powerful white men, and Joe Biden has since apologized and said he wished he would have done more. This is an ongoing theme with Uncle Joe, where he royally screwed up in the past, defended himself in the past, and then apologized in a more tolerant future that his political instincts are clearly not geared towards.

2. 1994 Crime Bill
In 2016, Joe Biden defended his crime bill that is as responsible for mass incarceration as any other piece of legislation passed in the last forty years, saying:

”I’m not ashamed of [the Crime bill] at all. As a matter of fact, I drafted the bill. We talk about this in terms mostly of ‘black lives matter.’ Black lives really do matter, but the problem is institutional racism in America. That’s the overarching problem that still exists.”

His speech from 1993 defending the bill is one of the more fascist things you will hear out of a modern Democrat.

this Biden clip from 1993 is…outright fascist. 10X worse than Clinton's "super predator" line (via @KFILE) https://t.co/k8d0Icq50mpic.twitter.com/77aDBUKznP

— Adam H. Johnson (@adamjohnsonNYC) March 7, 2019
This is the legacy of the Biden Crime Bill.

3. Had to drop out of the 1988 presidential race for plagiarism
He got caught plagiarizing in law school at Syracuse, and admitted to it. He failed, but was allowed to retake the class. Biden ultimately had to drop out of the 1988 race after it became clear that this didn’t stop in law school, as he stole excerpts of speeches from John F. Kennedy and other famous politicians.


A big chunk of Biden’s brand is wrapped up in being authentic, but his 1988 run was anything but.

4. Reportedly used his son’s death for his own political gain in 2016
Per Politico:

Joe Biden has been making his 2016 deliberations all about his late son since August.

Aug. 1, to be exact — the day renowned Hillary Clinton-critic Maureen Dowd published a column that marked a turning point in the presidential speculation.

According to multiple sources, it was Biden himself who talked to her, painting a tragic portrait of a dying son, Beau’s face partially paralyzed, sitting his father down and trying to make him promise to run for president because “the White House should not revert to the Clintons and that the country would be better off with Biden values.”



But in truth, Biden had effectively placed an ad in The New York Times, asking them to call.

5. He voted to gut welfare
Biden was a 1990s Democrat through and through, as he supported all of Bill Clinton’s most conservative policies, like welfare “reform” that ultimately failed, as Jordan Weismann described in Slate:

The Urban Institute’s Pamela Loprest and Sheila Zedlewski found that during the early postreform era, about one-third of single parents were jobless soon after leaving welfare. Those who did find work often earned no more than what they lost in benefits; studies have concluded that anywhere from 42 to 74 percent of those who exited the program remained poor. Meanwhile, states began enrolling fewer new families in welfare. As the rolls shrank, a new generation of so-called disconnected mothers emerged: single parents who weren’t working, in school, or receiving welfare to support themselves or their children. According to Loprest, the number of these women rose from 800,000 in 1996 to 1.2 million in 2008.

In keeping with that trend, researchers have also found a gradual uptick in what economists call deep or extreme poverty. Johns Hopkins’ Edin and Luke Shaefer, now of the University of Michigan, reported that the number of American households with children living on less than $2 in cash per person each day grew 159 percent, from about 636,000 in 1996 to 1.65 million in 2011. Even if you treat the value of food stamps as cash, the number rose some 80 percent, to 857,000. In their book $2.00 a Day, Edin and Shaefer describe women and children living on the fringes of society, relying on homeless shelters and selling their own plasma to get by. “Some of those people are ending up in very frightening conditions that don’t even look like America,” Edin tells me.

6. He gave Obama a classic racist backhand compliment
Before he became Barack Obama’s running mate, he took a shot at America’s soon-to-be first black president that was just dripping in racism. Per Biden:

“I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy.”

Biden went on The Daily Show and apologized for using the word “clean,” saying he should have opted for the word “fresh.” He did not address the “articulate” part of his statement, which is a classic racist backhanded compliment that typically conveys a sense of surprise that a black person can speak clearly and with gravitas.


7. Voted to overturn Glass-Steagall
Glass-Steagall was one of the first things that we did in the wake of the Great Depression, as it created a firewall between investment banking and FDIC-insured deposits, meaning that Wall Street could not gamble with your savings. It is one of the central reasons why so many Wall Street banks are too big to fail. Joe Biden, Bill Clinton and the rest of powerful Democrats in 1999 changed all that, to the dismay of the longest tenured congressman in U.S. history, the late John Dingell, who called our coming crises the night of Biden’s vote in 1999:

I think we ought to look at what we are doing here tonight. We are passing a bill which is going to have very little consideration, written in the dark of night, without any real awareness on the part of most of what it contains.

I just want to remind my colleagues about what happened the last time the Committee on Banking brought a bill on the floor which deregulated the savings and loans. It wound up imposing upon the taxpayers of this Nation about a $500 billion liability …

Having said that, what we are creating now is a group of institutions which are too big to fail. Not only are they going to be big banks, but they are going to be big everything, because they are going to be in securities and insurance, in issuance of stocks and bonds and underwriting, and they are also going to be in banks.

And under this legislation, the whole of the regulatory structure is so obfuscated and so confused that liability in one area is going to fall over into liability in the next. Taxpayers are going to be called upon to cure the failures we are creating tonight, and it is going to cost a lot of money, and it is coming. Just be prepared for those events.

Again, when confronted in the future with the failure of his policies, all Biden could do is apologize.

8. Eulogized one of America’s most famed racists
Perhaps there is no better summation of Joe Biden’s Senate career than the fact that America’s most famed 20th century congressional racist asked him to speak at his funeral. Strom Thurmond staged the longest filibuster in American history, speaking for 24 hours and 18 minutes against the 1957 Civil Rights Act. During his run for presidency in 1948, Governor Thurmond said “There’s not enough troops in the army, to force the southern people to break down segregation and admit the n******* race into our theaters, into our swimming pools, into our homes, and into our churches.” When confronted with this quote in 1988 (by the time Biden claimed Thurmond had changed into a more tolerant man), Thurmond responded with “I was just trying to protect the rights of the states and the rights of the people. Some in the news media tried to make it a race fight, but it was not that.”


9. Opposed school integration in the 1970s
One big reason why Biden and Thurmond were so close was their joint efforts to oppose integrating schools in the 1970s. Per Politico:

Ed Brooke, a Massachusetts Republican, was the first black senator ever to be popularly elected; Joe Biden was a freshman Democratic senator from Delaware. By 1975, both had compiled liberal voting records. But that year, Biden sided with conservatives and sponsored a major anti-busing amendment. The fierce debate that followed not only fractured the Senate’s bloc of liberals, it also signified a more wide-ranging political phenomenon: As white voters around the country—especially in the North—objected to sweeping desegregation plans then coming into practice, liberal leaders retreated from robust integration policies.

Biden was at the forefront of this retreat: He had expressed support for integration and—more specifically—busing during his Senate campaign in 1972, but once elected, he discovered just how bitterly his white constituents opposed the method. In 1973 and 1974, Biden began voting for many of the Senate’s anti-busing bills, claiming that he favored school desegregation, but just objected to “forced busing.”

“Forced busing” was a phrase that Thurmond leaned on heavily to oppose integrating schools, and when Biden embraced Thurmond’s politics on this issue, he also embraced his rhetoric.
10. Biden voted for the Iraq War
The biggest quagmire of millennials’ lifetimes—our Vietnam, sans the draft—was aided along by Senator Joe Biden. Hillary Clinton lost in 2008 because of this vote, while Barack Obama made hay off his opposition to an immoral and illegal war. Joe Biden’s entire political career is proof that he has been behind the times every single step of the way, and there is no reason to believe that 2020 will be any different.




https://www.pastemagazine.com/politics/joe-biden/the-10-worst-things-joe-biden-has-done-in-his-poli/



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imachavel said:
How about I copy and paste off the internet?

1. Anita Hill Hearings
When Christine Blasey Ford testified in front of Congress about Brett Kavanaugh’s attempted sexual assault, it depressingly mirrored another testimony like this from Anita Hill about Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s sexual harassment in 1994—when Joe Biden and Orrin Hatch oversaw a disastrous testimony that they structured. Biden called no independent experts and forced Hill to defend herself alone against an avalanche of immensely powerful white men, and Joe Biden has since apologized and said he wished he would have done more. This is an ongoing theme with Uncle Joe, where he royally screwed up in the past, defended himself in the past, and then apologized in a more tolerant future that his political instincts are clearly not geared towards.

2. 1994 Crime Bill
In 2016, Joe Biden defended his crime bill that is as responsible for mass incarceration as any other piece of legislation passed in the last forty years, saying:

”I’m not ashamed of [the Crime bill] at all. As a matter of fact, I drafted the bill. We talk about this in terms mostly of ‘black lives matter.’ Black lives really do matter, but the problem is institutional racism in America. That’s the overarching problem that still exists.”

His speech from 1993 defending the bill is one of the more fascist things you will hear out of a modern Democrat.

this Biden clip from 1993 is…outright fascist. 10X worse than Clinton's "super predator" line (via @KFILE) https://t.co/k8d0Icq50mpic.twitter.com/77aDBUKznP

— Adam H. Johnson (@adamjohnsonNYC) March 7, 2019
This is the legacy of the Biden Crime Bill.

3. Had to drop out of the 1988 presidential race for plagiarism
He got caught plagiarizing in law school at Syracuse, and admitted to it. He failed, but was allowed to retake the class. Biden ultimately had to drop out of the 1988 race after it became clear that this didn’t stop in law school, as he stole excerpts of speeches from John F. Kennedy and other famous politicians.


A big chunk of Biden’s brand is wrapped up in being authentic, but his 1988 run was anything but.

4. Reportedly used his son’s death for his own political gain in 2016
Per Politico:

Joe Biden has been making his 2016 deliberations all about his late son since August.

Aug. 1, to be exact — the day renowned Hillary Clinton-critic Maureen Dowd published a column that marked a turning point in the presidential speculation.

According to multiple sources, it was Biden himself who talked to her, painting a tragic portrait of a dying son, Beau’s face partially paralyzed, sitting his father down and trying to make him promise to run for president because “the White House should not revert to the Clintons and that the country would be better off with Biden values.”



But in truth, Biden had effectively placed an ad in The New York Times, asking them to call.

5. He voted to gut welfare
Biden was a 1990s Democrat through and through, as he supported all of Bill Clinton’s most conservative policies, like welfare “reform” that ultimately failed, as Jordan Weismann described in Slate:

The Urban Institute’s Pamela Loprest and Sheila Zedlewski found that during the early postreform era, about one-third of single parents were jobless soon after leaving welfare. Those who did find work often earned no more than what they lost in benefits; studies have concluded that anywhere from 42 to 74 percent of those who exited the program remained poor. Meanwhile, states began enrolling fewer new families in welfare. As the rolls shrank, a new generation of so-called disconnected mothers emerged: single parents who weren’t working, in school, or receiving welfare to support themselves or their children. According to Loprest, the number of these women rose from 800,000 in 1996 to 1.2 million in 2008.

In keeping with that trend, researchers have also found a gradual uptick in what economists call deep or extreme poverty. Johns Hopkins’ Edin and Luke Shaefer, now of the University of Michigan, reported that the number of American households with children living on less than $2 in cash per person each day grew 159 percent, from about 636,000 in 1996 to 1.65 million in 2011. Even if you treat the value of food stamps as cash, the number rose some 80 percent, to 857,000. In their book $2.00 a Day, Edin and Shaefer describe women and children living on the fringes of society, relying on homeless shelters and selling their own plasma to get by. “Some of those people are ending up in very frightening conditions that don’t even look like America,” Edin tells me.

6. He gave Obama a classic racist backhand compliment
Before he became Barack Obama’s running mate, he took a shot at America’s soon-to-be first black president that was just dripping in racism. Per Biden:

“I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy.”

Biden went on The Daily Show and apologized for using the word “clean,” saying he should have opted for the word “fresh.” He did not address the “articulate” part of his statement, which is a classic racist backhanded compliment that typically conveys a sense of surprise that a black person can speak clearly and with gravitas.


7. Voted to overturn Glass-Steagall
Glass-Steagall was one of the first things that we did in the wake of the Great Depression, as it created a firewall between investment banking and FDIC-insured deposits, meaning that Wall Street could not gamble with your savings. It is one of the central reasons why so many Wall Street banks are too big to fail. Joe Biden, Bill Clinton and the rest of powerful Democrats in 1999 changed all that, to the dismay of the longest tenured congressman in U.S. history, the late John Dingell, who called our coming crises the night of Biden’s vote in 1999:

I think we ought to look at what we are doing here tonight. We are passing a bill which is going to have very little consideration, written in the dark of night, without any real awareness on the part of most of what it contains.

I just want to remind my colleagues about what happened the last time the Committee on Banking brought a bill on the floor which deregulated the savings and loans. It wound up imposing upon the taxpayers of this Nation about a $500 billion liability …

Having said that, what we are creating now is a group of institutions which are too big to fail. Not only are they going to be big banks, but they are going to be big everything, because they are going to be in securities and insurance, in issuance of stocks and bonds and underwriting, and they are also going to be in banks.

And under this legislation, the whole of the regulatory structure is so obfuscated and so confused that liability in one area is going to fall over into liability in the next. Taxpayers are going to be called upon to cure the failures we are creating tonight, and it is going to cost a lot of money, and it is coming. Just be prepared for those events.

Again, when confronted in the future with the failure of his policies, all Biden could do is apologize.

8. Eulogized one of America’s most famed racists
Perhaps there is no better summation of Joe Biden’s Senate career than the fact that America’s most famed 20th century congressional racist asked him to speak at his funeral. Strom Thurmond staged the longest filibuster in American history, speaking for 24 hours and 18 minutes against the 1957 Civil Rights Act. During his run for presidency in 1948, Governor Thurmond said “There’s not enough troops in the army, to force the southern people to break down segregation and admit the n******* race into our theaters, into our swimming pools, into our homes, and into our churches.” When confronted with this quote in 1988 (by the time Biden claimed Thurmond had changed into a more tolerant man), Thurmond responded with “I was just trying to protect the rights of the states and the rights of the people. Some in the news media tried to make it a race fight, but it was not that.”


9. Opposed school integration in the 1970s
One big reason why Biden and Thurmond were so close was their joint efforts to oppose integrating schools in the 1970s. Per Politico:

Ed Brooke, a Massachusetts Republican, was the first black senator ever to be popularly elected; Joe Biden was a freshman Democratic senator from Delaware. By 1975, both had compiled liberal voting records. But that year, Biden sided with conservatives and sponsored a major anti-busing amendment. The fierce debate that followed not only fractured the Senate’s bloc of liberals, it also signified a more wide-ranging political phenomenon: As white voters around the country—especially in the North—objected to sweeping desegregation plans then coming into practice, liberal leaders retreated from robust integration policies.

Biden was at the forefront of this retreat: He had expressed support for integration and—more specifically—busing during his Senate campaign in 1972, but once elected, he discovered just how bitterly his white constituents opposed the method. In 1973 and 1974, Biden began voting for many of the Senate’s anti-busing bills, claiming that he favored school desegregation, but just objected to “forced busing.”

“Forced busing” was a phrase that Thurmond leaned on heavily to oppose integrating schools, and when Biden embraced Thurmond’s politics on this issue, he also embraced his rhetoric.
10. Biden voted for the Iraq War
The biggest quagmire of millennials’ lifetimes—our Vietnam, sans the draft—was aided along by Senator Joe Biden. Hillary Clinton lost in 2008 because of this vote, while Barack Obama made hay off his opposition to an immoral and illegal war. Joe Biden’s entire political career is proof that he has been behind the times every single step of the way, and there is no reason to believe that 2020 will be any different.




https://www.pastemagazine.com/politics/joe-biden/the-10-worst-things-joe-biden-has-done-in-his-poli/


lol an people say trump is bad .the problem is biden voters can care less about what hes done or that his son is crooked meth head who will scam more people out of $$$$$$$.

Joe biden is crooked as hell an plays dirty an hes losing his minde an people dont hold him accountable for the wrongs he done. The news media treats joe biden like hes royalty.  He loves to avoid real hard hitting questions that need to be known.

Yeah ill gladly have trump as my president again at least i wont have to worry about his son spending tax payers $$$ on dope.


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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: Brian Jones]
    #26994013 - 10/20/20 08:35 AM (9 months, 4 days ago)

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The best thing is that he will win the election easily. Then it will be his turn to suck, but not nearly as bad. Then it will be Kamala Harris' turn to suck, but again a little less.


with bidens political track record your dreaming if you think him an AOC will do better than Trump 🤣😅. Hell they cant even get on same Paige an agree on things. Biden says one thing AOC says the opposite this will be a disaster waiting to happen.


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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: Mach z 800]
    #26994022 - 10/20/20 08:49 AM (9 months, 4 days ago)

You've got all levels of triggered covered this morning.


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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: Mach z 800]
    #26994060 - 10/20/20 09:37 AM (9 months, 4 days ago)

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Brian Jones said:
The best thing is that he will win the election easily. Then it will be his turn to suck, but not nearly as bad. Then it will be Kamala Harris' turn to suck, but again a little less.


with bidens political track record your dreaming if you think him an AOC will do better than Trump 🤣😅. Hell they cant even get on same Paige an agree on things. Biden says one thing AOC says the opposite this will be a disaster waiting to happen.



Lol, you're confused.  AOC isn't running with Biden.


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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: Enlil]
    #26994063 - 10/20/20 09:41 AM (9 months, 4 days ago)

I assumed that he was intentionally calling Harris "AOC" as some sort of insult, but I suppose incompetence is a better explanation.


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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: Enlil]
    #26994072 - 10/20/20 09:47 AM (9 months, 4 days ago)

I wonder who is winning the early voting? Apparently over 22 million Americans have already voted early. Hell I believe there have been elections where in the end count that was more then half the people who voted.

As far as I know the pandemic plan has not grown any stronger. Neither candidate is more prepared then the other. They have mostly argued over racism and economics. Jesus lord someone tell me this year a 3rd party candidate gets at least 2% of the votes and some large portion of people are proven to be smart enough then to vote between these two people.

What has the world learned from covid anyway? Nothing? Get sick and die. Don't take my job. Fuck you. China brought it. Black lives matter. All lives matter. If you don't support Trump you want to kill babies and take my guns. If you don't support Biden you ain't even black.

Does anyone have more of a plan of how to handle another disproportionate pandemic if China releases a brand new virus any more then they did with covid? Anyone? No?

:facepalm: I can't wait until this voting shit is over. Voting between two totally corrupt parties is just a representation of extreme ignorance. History repeats itself.

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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: imachavel] * 1
    #26994083 - 10/20/20 09:55 AM (9 months, 4 days ago)

Why would you expect history not to repeat itself?  Humans live 80-odd years.  Evolution takes millions of years.  You don't really think humans are going to fundamentally change enough in a couple of thousand years to significantly alter our way of addressing problems, do you?


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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: imachavel]
    #26994085 - 10/20/20 09:57 AM (9 months, 4 days ago)

I voted two weeks ago. We are going to see unprecedented voter turnout.

When Biden is president I am going to be happy because I won't have to hear Trump's dumb shit speech patterns on a daily basis.

Also, all that shit about China releasing a virus is dumb. You should stop it.


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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: christopera]
    #26994086 - 10/20/20 09:57 AM (9 months, 4 days ago)

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I assumed that he was intentionally calling Harris "AOC" as some sort of insult, but I suppose incompetence is a better explanation.




Maybe intentional insult, maybe incompetence (such as thinking AOC was anacronym for Kamala Harris), or maybe AOC is so young, like a kid almost and Biden wants to smell her hair and stuff and then she'll be running the country.


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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: Brian Jones]
    #26994105 - 10/20/20 10:08 AM (9 months, 4 days ago)

I mean, I want to smell AOC's hair too.


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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: christopera] * 1
    #26994210 - 10/20/20 11:27 AM (9 months, 4 days ago)

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I voted two weeks ago. We are going to see unprecedented voter turnout.

When Biden is president I am going to be happy because I won't have to hear Trump's dumb shit speech patterns on a daily basis.

Also, all that shit about China releasing a virus is dumb. You should stop it.




Yeah, returning to 100% Establishment rhetoric is going to be so refreshing. Either way, Biden is going to be a very useful tool for The Elite.  He's going to be the deliverer of bad news (spending cuts) and people are going to be much more accepting of it since it's not coming from Trump.


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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: qman]
    #26994218 - 10/20/20 11:33 AM (9 months, 4 days ago)

Trump was the best tool ever created by the establishment and you voted for him.


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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: christopera]
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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: budmanman]
    #26994225 - 10/20/20 11:36 AM (9 months, 4 days ago)

My dad has been growing weed for 50 years.

mod edit: removed personal attack.


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    #26994301 - 10/20/20 12:44 PM (9 months, 4 days ago)

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Trump was the best tool ever created by the establishment and you voted for him.




It's an interesting theory that I have also entertained. The Establishment runs the most Anti-Establishment candidate to only sabotage his entire 4 years with baseless allegations involving Russia interfering in the election process. The point of it all?  Distract the population for 4 years and have the peasants still believe in the Democratic process.


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    #26994443 - 10/20/20 02:04 PM (9 months, 4 days ago)

You're right about the hegemony of capitalism, but the "establishment" isn't all that united. It's just a lot of rich and powerful people who are all out for themselves.


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Re: In you opinion, what are the 10 best things about Biden. [Re: Enlil]
    #26994594 - 10/20/20 03:40 PM (9 months, 4 days ago)

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Why would you expect history not to repeat itself?  Humans live 80-odd years.  Evolution takes millions of years.  You don't really think humans are going to fundamentally change enough in a couple of thousand years to significantly alter our way of addressing problems, do you?




I would only believe that if I believed people thought they controlled their own lives and did not need people to think for them. That would mean society as a whole acted like civilized adults not like a bunch of co dependent immature children. So no of course not to answer you.

Maybe in a few million more years. However, at this maturity level I don't know how humans as a whole will survive another thousand years or even another hundred years. Kind of amazed people got this far to be honest with you.


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It's like the trick to human problems is to be even more human. Not less human but as human as possible, only understanding human nature.

Understanding subtleties is hard. What is subtle? Subtle is powerful. Atoms are subtle. Atoms make up everything we are. Understanding subtleties is one of the hardest parts of life.


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