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easyrider123
  • From:Norway

Date Posted:09-11-2018 05:05:28Copy HTML

America Rejects Trumpism

The nation has repudiated Trump, but do not believe for a moment that our national nightmare is over

The American people will be subject to more of Trump’s lies and hate, as amplified by Senate Republicans and Fox News. (Photo: AFP/Timothy A. Clary)

The American people will be subject to more of Trump’s lies and hate, as amplified by Senate Republicans and Fox News. (Photo: AFP/Timothy A. Clary)

Make no mistake: America has rejected Trumpism.

No one seriously expected the Senate to flip, because Democrats had to defend 26 seats in that chamber, compared with only nine held by Republicans.

The real battleground was the House, where Democrats had to achieve a net gain of 23 seats to get the 218 needed for a majority.

They did.

Trump wasn’t on the ballot but he made the election into a referendum on himself.

So Americans turned against House Republicans, who should have acted as a check on him but did nothing – in many cases magnifying his vileness.

The nation has repudiated Trump, but do not believe for a moment that our national nightmare is over.

Trump still occupies the White House and in all likelihood will be there for two more years.

The Republican Party remains in control of the Senate.

Fox News is still Trump’s propaganda ministry. (The line between Fox and Trump, already blurred, vanished completely at his last pre-election rally when Fox hosts Sean Hannity and Jeannine Pirro joined him on stage.)

The American people will be subject to more of Trump’s lies and hate, as amplified by Senate Republicans and Fox News.

Trump can be expected to scapegoat House Democrats for anything that goes wrong. American politics will almost certainly become even meaner, coarser, and uglier. We will remain deeply and angrily divided.

Most worrisome, America still won’t respond to real threats that continue to grow, which Trump and his enablers have worsened – climate change; the suppression of votes, and foreign intrusions into our elections; the most expensive and least efficient healthcare system in the world; and, not least, widening inequalities of income, wealth, and political power.

America will eventually overcome and reverse Trumpism. The harder challenge will be to reverse the reasons Trump and his Republican lapdogs gained power in the first place.

Some blame racism and nativism. But these toxins have poisoned America since the founding of the Republic.

What’s new has been the interaction between them and the long economic slide of tens of millions of working Americans, most of them white and lacking college degrees.

They used to be the bedrock of the Democratic Party, many of them members of trade unions whose strength in numbers gave them an increasing share of the gains from economic growth.

Their long economic slide has generated the kind of frustrations that demagogues throughout history have twisted into rage at “them.”

Meanwhile, most economic gains have gone to the top 1 percent, whose wealth is now greater than the combined wealth of the bottom 90 percent – giving them enough political muscle to demand and get tax cuts, Wall Street bailouts, corporate subsidies, and regulatory rollbacks. These in turn have created even more wealth at the top.

All were trends before Trump. Yet Democrats failed to reverse them, even though Democrats occupied the White House most of these years (and during four of them controlled both houses of Congress).

Trump has worsened them by slashing taxes on the wealthy and corporations, whittling back the Affordable Care Act, and loosening restrictions on Wall Street.

Jobs may be back but they pay squat, especially compared with the rising costs of housing, healthcare, and education. And they’re less secure than ever. One in five is now held by a worker under contract without any unemployment insurance, sick leave, or retirement savings.

Which presumably is why Trump decided to focus the midterms on hate and fear rather than the economy.

He thereby created a large opening for Democrats aiming for 2020. They can become the party of the bottom 90 percent by creating a multi-racial, multi-ethnic coalition to wrest back control of our economy and democracy.

They would focus on two big things: First, raise the purchasing power of the bottom 90 percent through stronger unions, a larger wage subsidy (starting with a bigger Earned Income Tax Credit), and Medicare for All.

Second, get big money out of politics through public financing of elections, full disclosure of all sources of political funding, an end to the revolving door between business and government.

Democrats shouldn’t try moving to the “center.” The center no longer exists because most Americans are no longer on the traditional “right” or “left.”

The vast majority of Americans are now anti-establishment, and understandably so.

The practical choice is either Trump’s authoritarian populism backed by the moneyed interests, or a new democratic populism backed by the rest of us.

The direction couldn’t be clearer. It should be the Democrat’s hour.


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skrumpie Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #1
  • From:Argentina

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:09-11-2018 01:35:45Copy HTML

Obama lost more seats.  Bush lost more seats.  Clinton lost more seats.


Reich remains a dwarf asshole.

Try to remember the kind of September when men weren't girls and girls weren't fellas..................
Bogus0Pomp Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #2
  • From:USA

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:09-11-2018 04:00:41Copy HTML

I don't think so.  I don't think that Clinton, Bush, Obama lost as many seats in their first midterm elections as Trump did.

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Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:09-11-2018 06:12:27Copy HTML

Obama lost more seats.  Bush lost more seats.  Clinton lost more seats. _________________ Bush did not lose more seats.  2018 was the republicans biggest loss since Watergate.   Here's why republican and democrat wins and losses in the House aren't the same. Gerrymandering.  For the republicans to lose this many seats, they had to get fucking shellacked. In 2014, when Obama lost 13 seats, the democrats had 1.4 million more votes nationwide for House representatives.   Its not the electoral college, but the rich white man GOP gerrymandering has seen to it that populated urban liberal centers are carefully mapped to grab as many liberals as possible to limit all of them to one representative, while the red territories bob and weave all over the place to capture the old white folks to give fewer of them more representation.  For the democrats to win fewer seats than the republicans won under Obama, they needed over 8 million more votes nationwide in 2018.  When they only get a million more votes, they lose, by a lot.   Its rigged, yet the GOP still lost by the greatest margin since Watergate.

The real irony here is that democrats get 1.4 million more votes in 2014, they lose 13 seats...and the republicans bitch about an alleged dead guy on a voter list in Bumfuk Iowa.

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  • From:Argentina

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:09-11-2018 06:18:24Copy HTML

Perhaps you can explain to us, Skwanderer, if gerrymandering is such a horrific problem that could be costing socialists elections, why do no socialists bring court cases to resolve them, as was done here:


FEDERAL COURT FINDS DEMOCRATS UNLAWFULLY GERRYMANDERED A MARYLAND CONGRESSIONAL SEAT

A three-judge panel ruled Wednesday that Maryland officials violated the Constitution when they redrew the boundaries of the state’s 6th Congressional District to favor Democrats.

The unanimous decision requires state officials to draw new district lines for the 6th and 8th Districts by the 2020 election.

“With this unanimous ruling, the federal court is confirming what we in Maryland have known for a long time — that we have the most gerrymandered districts in the country, they were drawn this way for partisan reasons, and they violate Marylanders’ constitutional rights,” said GOP Gov. Larry Hogan, fresh off a convincing victory in his bid for a second term.

An earlier iteration of the case reached the U.S. Supreme Court on March 28, as the justices weighed several other constitutional challenges to partisan gerrymandering. Ultimately, the high court was unable to resolve those weighty questions, and returned the cases to lower courts for further proceedings of procedural and jurisdictional grounds.

The 6th District encompasses the western, conservative stretches of Maryland, then runs south to encompass the Washington, D.C., suburbs. After the 2010 census, Maryland Democrats recalibrated the district to fold in tens of thousands of D.C. area voters in a bid to oust former GOP Rep. Roscoe Bartlett, the longtime incumbent.

The gambit worked — Bartlett lost the race by 20 points, having held the seat without serious opposition since 1992.


A coalition of Republican voters challenged the district lines, arguing they were drawn to punish west Maryland voters for the historic support of GOP candidates. That sort of retaliation, they argued, is forbidden by the First Amendment. (RELATED: Trump Administration Returns To Supreme Court Seeking End To DACA)

Judge Paul Niemeyer agreed. Writing the primary opinion for the three-judge panel, Niemeyer explained the state had violated their rights of representation and free association, noting the case’s record “is replete with direct evidence of this precise purpose.”

Judge James Bredar wrote separately to call partisan gerrymandering “noxious, a cancer on our democracy.”

Courts do permit some degree of partisanship during the redistricting process, but the question of when politicization becomes excessive, how undue partisanship is identified, and what, if anything, courts should do about it has divided judges across the country.

An appeal of Wednesday’s ruling would proceed directly to the Supreme Court, should Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh, a Democrat, contest the decision.

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dailycaller.com/2018/11/07/maryland-gerrymander-6th-district/

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  • From:USA

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:09-11-2018 09:15:17Copy HTML

LOL at skrumpie's idiotic squawks

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  • From:USA

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:09-11-2018 11:09:35Copy HTML




compare and contrast - hitler vs trump.jpg

Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.....except for the election of Donald Trump.
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  • From:New_zealand

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:10-11-2018 11:39:04Copy HTML

I pinched this from another site to which I belong.  I hope the author won't kill me.


Trump has blamed the leaders of the BALTIC states (Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania) for their role in the BALKANS war (in the former Yugoslavia)

what can I say, maybe he doesnt have a golf course in any of the countries involved  so previously never needed to know where on the map they where although you might have thought that his wife Melanoma (Yugoslavian by birth) might have known.

He was later to visit Belleau, where nearly 2,000 US Marines died in a ferocious battle in June 1918, this was cancelled due to rain!!!

Fair play though keeping that coiffure looking like it does must be a nightmare in wet weather!

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nateonthenet Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #8
  • From:USA

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:11-11-2018 02:19:05Copy HTML

oh stop with the bullshit!!! Democrats kicked Trump's ass. Yes, the game is rigged electorally and states with no populations vote republican. But, let's be honest Losing in No. Dakota 179,000 vs 148,000 means Heitkamp lost but does not reflect on Trumps butt kicking. Dems got 12 million more votes. Maybe that's why Trump could not even leave his hotel room in France. He is hiding. He is having a breakdown. Who knows? But, a 12 million vote margin of victory by Dems is an ass kicking under every definition Yes, America rejected Trump. America rejected homophobia. America rejected xenophobia. America rejected racism. America rejected fascism. Did you see where even French President Macron told the truth about nationalism and equated it with fascism? “Nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism,” the French president said in remarks delivered just steps from Trump and more than 80 world leaders. Trump is a fucking Fascist. And America resjsted fascism even if our press won't tell the fucking truth about Trump and the total capitualation of the Republican party https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/nov/08/democrats-republicans-senate-majority-minority-rule The 2018 midterm elections brought significant gains for Democrats, who retook the House of Representatives and snatched several governorships from the grip of Republicans. But some were left questioning why Democrats suffered a series of setbacks that prevented the party from picking up even more seats and, perhaps most consequentially, left the US Senate in Republican hands. Among the most eye-catching was a statistic showing Democrats led Republicans by more than 12 million votes in Senate races, and yet still suffered losses on the night and failed to win a majority of seats in the chamber.
skrumpie Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #9
  • From:Argentina

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:11-11-2018 03:43:59Copy HTML

The midterms also showed significant gains from conservatives who snatched House Seats, Governorships, and Senate Seats.


Odd how that works.

Try to remember the kind of September when men weren't girls and girls weren't fellas..................
oldarmybear Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #10
  • From:USA

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:11-11-2018 04:10:50Copy HTML

Bull shat! ez. America has not rejected Trump. The fact is Trump lost nothing. The GOP lost fewer seats Than most of his predecessors. The reason the GOP lost seats is they didn't spend enough money or put in the necessary hours to win.
skrumpie Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #11
  • From:Argentina

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:11-11-2018 11:11:30Copy HTML

I disagree.  They lost because from the moment Trump won they sniveled and groveled and wussed out like the pansies they are, and then were so afraid they'd be embarrassed by their behavior and their constituents would work to defeat them they began to retire.


Had they stayed he course most of them would have been handily reelected.

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nateonthenet Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #12
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Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:11-11-2018 11:37:44Copy HTML

I disagree.  They lost because from the moment Trump won they sniveled and groveled and wussed out like the pansies they are, and then were so afraid they'd be embarrassed by their behavior and their constituents would work to defeat them they began to retire.


Had they stayed he course most of them would have been handily reelected.


well they didn't and it doesn't matter.  12,000,000 extra democratic votes matter.  a butt kicking

wale63 Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #13
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Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:12-11-2018 02:07:20Copy HTML

I disagree.  They lost because from the moment Trump won they sniveled and groveled and wussed out like the pansies they are, and then were so afraid they'd be embarrassed by their behavior and their constituents would work to defeat them they began to retire.


Had they stayed he course most of them would have been handily reelected.


well they didn't and it doesn't matter.  12,000,000 extra democratic votes matter.  a butt kicking


And as they continue to manufacture, I mean FIND, more democratic votes, more democrats will win after the fact. LOL

nateonthenet Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #14
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Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:12-11-2018 03:32:18Copy HTML

I disagree.  They lost because from the moment Trump won they sniveled and groveled and wussed out like the pansies they are, and then were so afraid they'd be embarrassed by their behavior and their constituents would work to defeat them they began to retire.


Had they stayed he course most of them would have been handily reelected.


well they didn't and it doesn't matter.  12,000,000 extra democratic votes matter.  a butt kicking


And as they continue to manufacture, I mean FIND, more democratic votes, more democrats will win after the fact. LOL


Are you mentally ill or just stupid?  I know they are not mutually exclusive, But, I like to target the most appropriate

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  • From:USA

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:12-11-2018 08:32:19Copy HTML

The midterms also showed significant gains from conservatives who snatched House Seats, Governorships, and Senate Seats.


Odd how that works.


you re4ally are delusional

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Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:13-11-2018 02:11:35Copy HTML

I disagree.  They lost because from the moment Trump won they sniveled and groveled and wussed out like the pansies they are, and then were so afraid they'd be embarrassed by their behavior and their constituents would work to defeat them they began to retire.


Had they stayed he course most of them would have been handily reelected.


well they didn't and it doesn't matter.  12,000,000 extra democratic votes matter.  a butt kicking


And as they continue to manufacture, I mean FIND, more democratic votes, more democrats will win after the fact. LOL


Are you mentally ill or just stupid?  I know they are not mutually exclusive, But, I like to target the most appropriate


Well then work on....YOURSELF since you have a majority of both, notonthenet.

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  • From:USA

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:13-11-2018 03:09:57Copy HTML

Trump sued again. Arizona has a dem senator in a seat held by republicans a quarter century. Tired of winning yet?
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  • From:USA

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:13-11-2018 03:13:07Copy HTML

Dems got 12 million more votes. Maybe that's why Trump could not even leave his hotel room in France. He is hiding. He is having a breakdown. Who knows? But, a 12 million vote margin of victory by Dems is an ass kicking under every definition —————-/ And in 2014 midterm they only got 1.4 million more votes. And they still won 13 seats that year because of their gerrymandering. The senate elections have to be a complete asskicking just to get a few dem seats.
skrumpie Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #19
  • From:Argentina

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:13-11-2018 04:30:57Copy HTML

Dems got 12 million more votes.  Maybe that's why Trump could not even leave his hotel room in France.  He is hiding.  He is having a breakdown.  Who knows?  But, a 12 million vote margin of victory by Dems is an ass kicking under every definition —————-/ And in 2014 midterm they only got 1.4 million more votes.   And they still won 13 seats that year because of their gerrymandering.   The senate elections have to be a complete asskicking just to get a few dem seats.


Who knows?


Not you.

skwanderer Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #20
  • From:USA

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:13-11-2018 04:42:47Copy HTML

Who knows what? I just gave you the numbers. Democrats get more votes most of the time, and only win some of the time. Gerrymandering facts.
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  • From:New_zealand

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:13-11-2018 05:52:42Copy HTML

America seems to have missed the following:


When President Donald Trump met with Dalia Grybauskaitė of Lithuania, Kersti Kaljulaid of Estonia and Raimonds Vējonis of Latvia earlier this year, he started with a criticism. At the White House in April, Trump opened by chastising the Baltic leaders for starting the war in the 1990s that ended with the breakup of the former Yugoslavia. The Baltic leaders were apparently very confused and it took them “a moment” to realize that the commander in chief was confusing Baltic states with the Balkans, reported French newspaper Le Monde.
Although it’s hardly surprising world geography isn’t Trump’s strong suit, this case is particularly notable considering Melania Trump is originally from the Balkans. The first lady was born in Slovenia, which gained independence in 1991 at the start of the Balkan wars. As Le Monde wrote, Trump remained “apparently uneducated in the matter by his wife, Melania, originally from the former Yugoslavia.”

Slate


https://twitter.com/marklowen/status/1061199406979076096/photo/1


Have a look through Lowen's tweets, some of them are very amusing.



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easyrider123 Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #22
  • From:Norway

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:14-11-2018 07:44:31Copy HTML

Progressive action...........please read


Tax March

by Jessica Corbett, staff writer 
The progressive advocacy group CREDO Action on Monday launched a petition calling on House Democrats to investigate President Donald Trump's long-concealed tax returns and practices—including allegations of tax fraud, whether he has "compromising financial ties to Russian oligarchs or the super-rich in America," and how he's benefiting from the last year's "tax scam" and his presidency—as well as enact sweeping anti-corruption legislation.



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easyrider123 Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #23
  • From:Norway

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:22-11-2018 05:21:13Copy HTML

Well, he's outdone himself this time...........................now he has shamed the whole country.  


Rep. Tulsi Gabbard Eviscerates Trump as 'Saudi Arabia's Bitch'

"Hey @realdonaldtrump: being Saudi Arabia’s bitch is not 'America First,'" the Hawaii Democrat tweeted.

By 
Adam Edelman

November 21, 2018 "Information Clearing House" -   Rep. Tulsi Gabbard on Wednesday slammed President Donald Trump as "Saudi Arabia's bitch" in the latest scathing criticism of the commander-in-chief's extraordinary statement this week to stand by the country's rulers despite the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

The Hawaii Democratic congresswoman made the remarks in a brief and blistering tweet Wednesday afternoon.

"Hey @realdonaldtrump: being Saudi Arabia's bitch is not 'America First,'" wrote Gabbard, a 37-year-old Iraq War veteran who at various points has been considered a rising star in her party.

The tweet was in apparent reference to Trump's exclamation point-filled formal presidential statement Tuesday that his administration would take no actions against Saudi Arabia's rulers regarding the Khashoggi killing — despite NBC News and other reports last week that the CIA concluded that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered Khashoggi's killing.

Hey @realdonaldtrump: being Saudi Arabia’s bitch is not “America First.”

— Tulsi Gabbard (@TulsiGabbard) November 21, 2018

"It could very well be that the Crown Prince had knowledge of this tragic event — maybe he did and maybe he didn't!" Trump said in the statement, which featured a subheading that read "America First!" In the statement, he also outlined how the U.S. needed Saudi support to help fight terrorism internationally and to help keep oil prices low.


Oil prices getting lower. Great! Like a big Tax Cut for America and the World. Enjoy! $54, was just $82. Thank you to Saudi Arabia, but let’s go lower!On Wednesday morning, he followed the statement with a tweet about oil, saying that it was "Great!" that “prices getting lower”

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 21, 2018

"Enjoy! $54, was just $82. Thank you to Saudi Arabia, but let’s go lower!" he wrote, hours before Gabbard chimed in.

The white-hot words from Gabbard mark a departure from an earlier apparent attempt to work with him. In November 2016, just weeks after Trump won the election, Gabbard met with the president-elect at Trump Tower to discuss the warin Syria and other foreign policy issues. Gabbard called the meeting "frank and positive," and there was speculation at the time that she was being considered for a job in his administration.

Previously, Gabbard had clashed with President Barack Obama and other top Democrats, especially on foreign policy and Syria (during Obama's second term she appeared on Fox News to lambaste the administration for refusing to use the term “Islamic extremism"). And in January 2017, she revealed that she'd traveled to the war-torn country, without the knowledge of her party's leaders, to meet with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

Trump's statement about Khashoggi, and broader decision to side with Saudi Arabia over his own intelligence agencies, prompted furious criticism from both sides of the aisle.

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., on Tuesday tweeted, "I'm pretty sure this statement is Saudi Arabia First, not America First."

Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker, R-Tenn., tweeted Tuesday night, "I never thought I'd see the day a White House would moonlight as a public relations firm for the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia."

This article was originally published by "NBC News-   



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  • From:USA

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:22-11-2018 12:59:14Copy HTML

Who knows what?  I just gave you the numbers.  Democrats get more votes most of the time, and only win some of the time.    Gerrymandering facts.


You havent factored in that MAYBE registered dumbocrats vote for republicans sometimes SKDUMMY

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Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:22-11-2018 01:26:02Copy HTML

DIGIT-A-DAY
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  • From:USA

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:22-11-2018 04:07:03Copy HTML

Who knows what? I just gave you the numbers. Democrats get more votes most of the time, and only win some of the time. Gerrymandering facts. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You havent factored in that MAYBE registered dumbocrats vote for republicans sometimes SKDUMMY _________________________________ It is factored in inherently. The numbers we discuss are the final votes for democrats and republicans, no matter who voted for whom. Democrats get more votes, regardless whether some of them vote for republicans or some of them voted 6 times from a graveyard.....republicans still win in many areas largely as a result of gerrymandering. A new report says Democrats need to win the popular vote by 11 points to retake the House There’s disagreement on how big of an impact gerrymandering will have in 2018. https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2018/3/27/17144198/gerrymandering-brennan-center-report-midterms-democrats-house-2018
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  • From:Norway

Re:America Rejects Trumpism

Date Posted:29-11-2018 09:12:43Copy HTML

Fear based selfishness is the Trump M.O.


Where's the truth, justice and the American way?


Ammon criticized conspiracy theories about the migrants and claims that “they’re all a bunch of terrorists”, saying: “That’s a bunch of garbage.” He also acknowledged the violence migrants are fleeing: “The conditions in Honduras factually are terrible … Many of the refugees have testified that they had lost a husband or a mother or a brother or a sister or children and that they’ve been threatened.”

He said some anti-immigrant arguments are “fear-based” and “based upon selfishness”.

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