nasty pelosi

roscoe

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While I agree with you in principle, playing nice and talking nice has gotten us to where we are today. The only way we will ever gain ground is to play by the same rules the left plays by, which is no rules. What is it that asshole Chuck Schumer said? By any means necessary? Ok, Chucky, I'm game.

Well, as an observer outside the Trump orbit, my perception is that Trump's generally aggressive and intentionally offensive attitude is what lost him the election (and possibly congress). Incumbents typically win, but he turned out to be a pretty unlikeable guy, intentionally so, I would argue (in many cases). If you want quotes, I am happy to track them down, but look at the reaction to the first debate for an archetypal example.

Part of his plan seemed to be to deliberately alienate part of America to try to reach another part. That is a pretty cynical way to go, and it cost him in the end. Americans just don't want that from their leaders.
 

str8_forward

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there are some truly vile and nasty people who absolutely hate the United States and will do anything to weaken our position in the world while pandering to our enemies, and strangely enough, the ""main players"" (I call them traitors and criminals) all have chinese connections. They do not give a ratsazz when normal Americans are losing jobs and livelyhood as long as their own pockets are lined up with blood money


just reading names like wassermannschulz, omar, aoc and such make me want to puke and ................
 
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str8_forward

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pretty sure that (with the exceptions of the usual suspects) not too many members here are surprised by the double standard:

 
pretty sure that (with the exceptions of the usual suspects) not too many members here are surprised by the double standard:


A rule with no teeth.

Shocker.

And a stupid rule, at that...enacted against members of the House for what members NOT of the House did? Another fine example of "punishing victims by denying them a means of self-defense" through yet another act of infringement on the Second Amendment.

On the one hand, I say "good". Because it's OK by me for our lawmakers to stab themselves on the back like they do us.

On the other hand, I say "this is effed up", because it's yet another example of lawmakers demonstrating that the elite and privileged among us are above the law.

ANY law against the Legislative Branch seems to be without teeth, really.

Like the law that says Congress HAS to pass a budget on time every year. Ever seen any fines levied against violations of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974? No? Me neither.
 
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