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B00Mer
No Party Affiliation
#121
Quote: Originally Posted by AnnaEmber View Post

lol
MAGA:
Mexicans Always Get Across
Many Asshats Governing America
Manipulating America's Gullible Asshats
My Attorney's Get Arrested
etcetera

MAKE ALBERTA GREAT AGAIN

Separation and join the USA
 
AnnaE
#122
Quote: Originally Posted by B00Mer View Post

MAKE ALBERTA GREAT AGAIN

Why copy a lowlife's slogan? Why not just make AB greater.

Quote:

Separation and join the USA

Better yet, separation and be our own country.
 
Girth
#123
Quote: Originally Posted by AnnaE View Post

Why copy a lowlife's slogan? Why not just make AB greater.
Better yet, separation and be our own country.

When I attended the Wexit meeting in early November, they had a booth, with blue "Make Alberta Great Again" caps. I decided against buying one.
 
B00Mer
No Party Affiliation
#124
Quote: Originally Posted by AnnaE View Post

Why copy a lowlife's slogan? Why not just make AB greater.

Obviously you're not a Trump fan. Trump 2020!


Quote: Originally Posted by AnnaE View Post

Better yet, separation and be our own country.

Alberta is land locked and can't get its resources to market now.

You think as it's own country with 2 pissed off neighbours for breaking up Canada that will be any different.

Not to mention a boycott of Alberta goods I'm sure.

It's CBC so you're going to love it

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calga...tate-1.2998453
 
Ocean Breeze
Free Thinker
+1
#125






Most Iowa Democrats care more about beating Trump than the nominee's positions on issues, early entrance poll results show


By a decisive margin, voters attending the Iowa Democratic presidential caucuses on Monday night prefer a nominee who is more likely to win in November instead of someone who shares their positions on key issues.

Early data from the NBC News Entrance Poll of those taking part in the caucuses show that about two-thirds of voters say they would rather see their party nominate a candidate who "can beat Donald Trump," while just one-third want a nominee who "agrees with you on major issues."

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/202...l_nbn_20200203
 
B00Mer
No Party Affiliation
+1
#126
I hope Bernie gets the nomination, a guy who honeymooned in Russia, is pretty much a communist, and has vacationed in Russia several times during the cold war.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...6d5_story.html
 
pgs
Free Thinker
#127
Quote: Originally Posted by Ocean Breeze View Post







Most Iowa Democrats care more about beating Trump than the nominee's positions on issues, early entrance poll results show


By a decisive margin, voters attending the Iowa Democratic presidential caucuses on Monday night prefer a nominee who is more likely to win in November instead of someone who shares their positions on key issues.

Early data from the NBC News Entrance Poll of those taking part in the caucuses show that about two-thirds of voters say they would rather see their party nominate a candidate who "can beat Donald Trump," while just one-third want a nominee who "agrees with you on major issues."

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/202...l_nbn_20200203

Good thing for the voting public .
 
Ocean Breeze
Free Thinker
#128
Chaos in Iowa as state Democratic Party finds 'inconsistencies' in reporting of caucus results

The Iowa caucuses were thrown into chaos late Monday night after the state Democratic Party said it found ��inconsistencies�� in the reporting.

By close to midnight, no results had been made public and the state party said it ��will simply take time�� to report the vote tallies. In a statement, the party said that there had been no hack or intrusion of the system.


*******************

Oh Oh.....this could question the validity of the results.............and of course the Trumpians are all over it now. .........Hmm.. If the system fell short........might it have been due to outside interference??







'Inconsistencies' in three sets of Iowa caucus results cause delays, state's Democratic Party says


More than three hours after Iowans began caucusing, there are still no official results. The Iowa Democratic Party said it found "inconsistencies in the reporting of three sets of results" and was using photos of results and a paper trail to validate results from precincts. The party said there was not a technical issue with the app that precinct officials were using.

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/202...l_nbn_20200203
Last edited by Ocean Breeze; Feb 4th, 2020 at 12:02 AM..
 
Serryah
Free Thinker
#129
I get that the US has 300+ million people and that voting of any sort is complicated.


But...


The continual fukery lately of anything to do with voting of any sorts should be a suggestion that the 'system' isn't right and working, and something else has to be thought of.
 
Tecumsehsbones
+1
#130
Quote: Originally Posted by Serryah View Post

I get that the US has 300+ million people and that voting of any sort is complicated.
But...
The continual fukery lately of anything to do with voting of any sorts should be a suggestion that the 'system' isn't right and working, and something else has to be thought of.

I suggest voting by location. At noon on the first Tuesday of November, everybody east of the Mississippi will be counted as voting for the Republican, everybody west of the Mississippi, for the Democrat.

That way, the election will depend on those who have the interest and will to put up with the significant expense and trouble to travel on that day.
 
petros
+1
#131
And if your stuck on the Stan Musial bridge in limbo between Missouri and Illinois? MLB steps in?
 
pgs
Free Thinker
#132
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

And if your stuck on the Stan Musial bridge in limbo between Missouri and Illinois? MLB steps in?

Stan the Man is no longer the most loved athlete in Kansas City .
 
Tecumsehsbones
#133
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

And if your stuck on the Stan Musial bridge in limbo between Missouri and Illinois? MLB steps in?

You're f*cked anyhow, so what difference does it make?
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
+1
#134
Trump wins Iowa GOP caucuses

Quote:

President Donald Trump on Monday coasted to victory in the 2020 Iowa Republican caucuses, quickly quashing his two lesser-known GOP rivals.
Trump won the Republican contest with 97 percent of the vote and 8 percent of precincts reporting, according to the Associated Press, while former Illinois Rep. Joe Walsh achieved 1.4 percent of voters and former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld garnered 1.2 percent.
The results came less than a half hour after Iowa Republicans began caucusing across the state at 7 p.m. CT.
The president's first-place finish also came as the initial entrance polls from the Democratic caucuses showed a predictably close competition among the party's four top-tier candidates: Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
Both Walsh and Weld weighed in on Twitter in the minutes after the GOP caucuses were called in Trump's favor.
Walsh shared a message from his campaign manager, who claimed she was receiving reports that "at several precincts across Iowa, including precincts in Urbandale, voters wishing to speak on behalf of Joe Walsh are being turned away/told they may not speak." Those developments, Walsh wrote, were "Very concerning."
Weld, meanwhile, posted a photo appearing to show him addressing a crowd of caucus-goers. "The #IowaCaucuses are a great American tradition, and I am honored to participate," he wrote.
The official Twitter account for Trump's campaign was next to comment on its triumph, tweeting that "The Republican Party Has Never Been More United!"
Earlier Monday, various Trump surrogates including the president's sons, senior administration officials and Republican members of Congress had descended upon Iowa to rally support in the hours before the caucuses.

 
Hoid
+1
#135
Democratic results are not forthcoming due to technical "inconsistencies" involving an app they were using.

Bernie's people are said to have walked out calling it bullshit.

I think it means that Bernie won by a mile.
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
#136
I'm a Pastor Who Ran for Congress as a Republican. Here's Why I'm Encouraging My Fellow Evangelicals Not to Vote for Donald Trump

Robb Ryerse is a pastor at Vintage Fellowship in Fayetteville, AR and the political director of Vote Common Good. He is the author of Running For Our Lives: A Story of Faith, Politics, and the Common Good , a book about his 2018 congressional campaign, which will be released in February 2020.

President Donald Trump made history last Friday as the first U.S. president to attend March for Life, the annual anti-abortion rally held in Washington, D.C. For that he received widespread praise from conservative political and religious leaders and voters around the country, including many, unsurprisingly, from my home state of Arkansas.
Trump’s decision to attend was motivated by politics. He wasn’t against abortion until he started running for President, and yet he has heard mounting questions raised about the sturdiness of his support among evangelicals, whose backing in 2016 was key to his victory. The kerfuffle around Christianity Today’s December editorial calling for Trump’s removal sparked a reexamination of the durability of that support. Enter March for Life, an opportunity to double down on what Trump knows is the linchpin of his appeal to many religious voters.
The transactional nature of Trump’s relationship with evangelicals and other religiously motivated voters is a two-way street. He doesn’t live by nor ostensibly even aspire to the values of most of these voters. They see his flaws but support him anyway because he helps advance elements of their policy agenda, namely, anti-abortion judges and legislation.


More: https://time.com/5775440/donald-trum...cal-opposition
 
Hoid
+1
#137
Trump gave them anti abortion

nothing else matters to them
 
Walter
#138
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

I'm a Pastor Who Ran for Congress as a Republican. Here's Why I'm Encouraging My Fellow Evangelicals Not to Vote for Donald Trump
Robb Ryerse is a pastor at Vintage Fellowship in Fayetteville, AR and the political director of Vote Common Good. He is the author of Running For Our Lives: A Story of Faith, Politics, and the Common Good , a book about his 2018 congressional campaign, which will be released in February 2020.
President Donald Trump made history last Friday as the first U.S. president to attend March for Life, the annual anti-abortion rally held in Washington, D.C. For that he received widespread praise from conservative political and religious leaders and voters around the country, including many, unsurprisingly, from my home state of Arkansas.
Trumpís decision to attend was motivated by politics. He wasnít against abortion until he started running for President, and yet he has heard mounting questions raised about the sturdiness of his support among evangelicals, whose backing in 2016 was key to his victory. The kerfuffle around Christianity Todayís December editorial calling for Trumpís removal sparked a reexamination of the durability of that support. Enter March for Life, an opportunity to double down on what Trump knows is the linchpin of his appeal to many religious voters.
The transactional nature of Trumpís relationship with evangelicals and other religiously motivated voters is a two-way street. He doesnít live by nor ostensibly even aspire to the values of most of these voters. They see his flaws but support him anyway because he helps advance elements of their policy agenda, namely, anti-abortion judges and legislation.
More: https://time.com/5775440/donald-trum...cal-opposition

That makes one.
 
Ocean Breeze
Free Thinker
#139

An epic breakdown in Iowa invites criticism of the caucus system and the state��s status. Here��s our analysis.


Iowans have prided themselves on their first-in-the-nation caucuses. Voters in the state have taken their role seriously, and over the years, a culture has developed of citizens who turn out to see and evaluate the candidates firsthand. Iowa Democrats often have ended up settling on a candidate who would go on to win the party's nomination.

But whatever the culture that exists in evaluating candidates, Iowa has also come under strong and recurring criticism for exercising outsize influence on the nominating process.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...ational&wpmk=1
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
#140
Buttigieg supporter asks to take back vote after learning he's gay

Quote:

An Iowa voter who had sought to support former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg in the state's troubled caucuses on Monday changed her mind after learning he's gay.
A Buttigieg precinct captain in Cresco, Iowa, is seen in video posted online telling the caucusgoer that a candidate's sexuality shouldn't matter after the woman asked to get her support card back.
"I would like you to just dig deep inside and think, should it matter if it's a woman or if it's a man or if they're heterosexual or homosexual, if you believe in what they say? That's my question to you," Nikki Heever asks the caucusgoer.
Howard County Democratic Party Chairwoman Laura Hubka shared the video on Twitter, calling Heever a "wonderful example of Cresco." ………..More

 
Ocean Breeze
Free Thinker
#141
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

Buttigieg supporter asks to take back vote after learning he's gay

That is just sick. and shows the ugliness of prejudice and STUPIDITY

as if gender orientation has anything to do with capability . It is embarrassing to see just how backward some people are.

Did you post that to emphasise the stupidity of humans?? Or are YOU scared that a gay person might actually win...........Imagine having intelligence, competence, and someone that is articulate in charge. Again......it seems qualifications don't matter to the IGNORANT ......... look at what they elected last time.

More power to Mayor Pete......... He is a breath of fresh air in the arena of politics. A blend of youth and tradition
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
+2
#142
Prejudice amongst the woke crowd
 
petros
+1
#143
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Stan the Man is no longer the most loved athlete in Kansas City .

I hope so, he was a St Louis Cardinal.
 
Ocean Breeze
Free Thinker
#144

First set of Iowa Democratic caucus results shows Sanders and Buttigieg leading


Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) held a lead in overall votes while Pete Buttigieg led among a measure of state delegates, as the Iowa Democratic Party released results from 62 percent of precincts.
The state party chair called what happened ��unacceptable�� and said officials are continuing to go through the process to get the results out.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...ational&wpmk=1
 
Hoid
#145
Iowa: proving voting irregularities are not just for Florida anymore.
 
pgs
Free Thinker
#146
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

I hope so, he was a St Louis Cardinal.

Yikes , what was I thinking ? For some reason after the stupor bowl some guy said Mahome was the most popular athlete ever from K.C. The first guy in mind was Stan . Stupor is right . George Brett would have been smarter .
 
pgs
Free Thinker
#147
Quote: Originally Posted by Ocean Breeze View Post


First set of Iowa Democratic caucus results shows Sanders and Buttigieg leading


Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) held a lead in overall votes while Pete Buttigieg led among a measure of state delegates, as the Iowa Democratic Party released results from 62 percent of precincts.
The state party chair called what happened ��unacceptable�� and said officials are continuing to go through the process to get the results out.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...ational&wpmk=1

Competence on display .
 
petros
+1
#148
Will I need to learn American Sign Language to protest grandpa Sanders?
 
Ocean Breeze
Free Thinker
-1
#149
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Iowa: proving voting irregularities are not just for Florida anymore.

What happened in Iowa is highly suspect. How hard would it be for someone t o have messed up with that new "app"??

The US "elections" have been suspect since the chad mess .......and getting worse...... Possible outside interference?? Noto ut of the question. and with a shyster like Trump at the helm..........and with his Russian cronies.......

How hard would it be to sew a little confusion by hacking a new app??. If one has the right contacts. This whole thing is just too big and too strange....
 
petros
+1
#150
LMFAO...

Do you ever stop?
 

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