Discussion in 'Current Events' started by XXJefferson#51, Aug 11, 2022.
Hopefully, we will never find out how right I am.
See Post #34:
The "18 points" were the PERIODS after the first 18 Sentences.
Because it isn't possible that you are if this is your prediction.
You are not right.
No, love of These United States is hate of "democracy".
Same thing the DNC does, we on the right call it DNC campaign lying. The DNC is just used to the lying after 50 years
So if Trump wins a free and fair election, democracy failed.
Huh? That's a new one. If you love America you hate democracy? You guys on the left get squirrelier and squirrelier.
I'm confident we'll never find out.
That's some deeply desperate framing there Lil Mike. Understandable.
I'm just calling them as I read them. If you meant something else than what you wrote, please elaborate.
Nah, you understood quite well exactly what I posted and meant. It was so clear it forced some serious pretzel "ingeniousness", lol!
He would be a lame duck with nothing better to do than nurse his grudges.
Even if trump only gets the nomination, you people will have failed to protect our country from the predations of a seditious thug.
Lol, it's like hitting a hornet's nest with a stick.
That’s actually what Obama did and you are trying vainly to transfer his attitude to Trump.
The country is even more divided now than it was then. We need the leader of the multiracial working and middle class coalition to return and break the deep state.
He never could run again if he becomes President again. He’d be limited to one term per the constitution.
Steve Bannon seems to think you're right, they will fix it so "he never has to run for reelection again"; the goal of tRaitor tRump's Seditious Cartel it President for Life; good by Government by the People.
There's been more bipartisan bills passed in the last 1.7 yrs than in the last decade.
So, facts don't agree with your assessment.
That's certainly debatable, but her point here is rock solid.
You mean one? What does that say about Obama’s 2nd term?
Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021
The Senate passed the bill on August 10, 2021, with bipartisan support by a vote of 69-30. The House passed the bill in a 228-206 vote on November 5, 2021, with 215 Democrats and 13 Republicans voting in favor of the bill and six Democrats and 200 Republicans voting against it.
Bipartisan Safer Communities Act of 2022
The United States Senate voted 64-34 to approve a motion to proceed on June 21. The Senate voted 65-34 to invoke cloture on the bill on June 23, and approved the bill in a 65-33 vote on the same day. The House approved the bill in a 234-193 vote on June 24.
That was supposed to end with a question mark:
No, love of These United States is hate of "democracy?"
and was in response to LilMke's post:
Thanks for the catch, I'm glad for the opportunity to clarify.
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