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RE: No bias here no sir
Democrats don’t like Trump because he’s a big fat meany. He’s mean to them. He takes their lunch money and sends them home with a wedgie. Bad Orange Man...:

That’s what you hear when you watch the videos on Facebook or YouTube. Liberals can’t articulate why they don’t like our President. It’s so bad I’m surprised you don’t hear the TV told me I’m not supposed to like him.
09-18-2020 05:44 PM
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(09-18-2020 05:44 PM)CardinalJim Wrote:  Democrats don’t like Trump because he’s a big fat meany. He’s mean to them. He takes their lunch money and sends them home with a wedgie. Bad Orange Man...:

That’s what you hear when you watch the videos on Facebook or YouTube. Liberals can’t articulate why they don’t like our President. It’s so bad I’m surprised you don’t hear the TV told me I’m not supposed to like him.

Kinda. They dont like him because he doesnt cower in fear like the other Republicans when he's attacked using one of the traditional Democrat strategies. Republicans roll over and show their belly when called a racist or when accused of wanting to kill grandma. Niether are true---but most Republicans are afraid the label will stick and arent willing to explain how their policies will help the working people of America.

The funny thing is, that Republican pavlovian behavior is really a hold over from the old Blue Blood Republican Party that couldnt relate very well to the working man. Basically, the old Blue Blood Big Money Republicans had to use patriotism and defense spending as a bridge to bond with the working class. Trump conservatives have no reason to cower in fear as their policies are all about bringing jobs, opportunity, and prosperity to the working people of America---Thats a color blind agenda. Trump is about putting America first. Trump is about leveling the playing field and bringing back some of those manufacturing jobs we foolishly sent overseas with poor trade policies. There is nothing racist about that and everyone knows it.
09-18-2020 06:36 PM
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(09-16-2020 07:10 AM)CliftonAve Wrote:  I remember the CNN Townhall Debate in 2012 involving Romney and Obama. There was an undecided voter who got up and asked Romney what he was going to do to protect women’s abortion rights. Like really?

Sorry, but I don’t see that as the same thing at all. What the OP put up was a clear and amusing conflict of interest. That question to Romney was regarding a singular issue that an undecided voter could be looking to make a voting decision on. Just look up Romney’s record on the issue, he has flip flopped on that more than a fish thrown on the deck (though still less than John Kerry).
09-18-2020 07:27 PM
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I saw some of it. I was not that bad and no one watched anyway.
09-18-2020 07:58 PM
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