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Nitrojunkie72 20 points ago +20 / -0

Chalk it up. They better get used to this sort of thing.

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GoingCamaro 11 points ago +11 / -0

But but but... Nothing is happening and we gave up voting!!!!!!

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Cyberhawk 7 points ago +7 / -0

Curious. Wondering if this is truly a legit Republican. Only saying this because I’m somewhat involved with the next run for mayor in my county. Only because I’m friends with half of those who are running. And the Democrats have all switched to Independent. Because no democrat is gonna win around here, anymore. Dems have screws themselves in America. But, of the two Republicans running, one is a former Democrat. He’s a godly man and I personally like him the most. For sure has the best chance. The other Republican has no chance. Pretty good friends with him too. And so that’s the thing. These are mostly Democrats. Very few Republican. Wolves in sheep’s clothing. I personally see a massive gain for the republicans, but are they true republicans? From my point of view, they are not.

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sparty_girl 3 points ago +3 / -0

A lot of Democrats are more moderate than the liberal left. How long has he identified as a Republican? Do you agree with his policies?

I know a lot of Democrats who identify more as a conservative and have switched parties over the years, so that is not necessarily a strike against him. I thought of myself as more of a democrat until I realized I was voting for more Republicans in all races. So now I declare as unaffiliated.

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Cyberhawk 3 points ago +3 / -0

He’s been a Dem, from what I know most of his life. As are some of the high ups he runs around with. The few leading the many attitude. But from conversations I’ve had with him he seems so red pilled. ESP these past 4 years. So as far as a Republican, not sure. But it can’t be that long ago. I feel he will still be the best choice. He’s asked me to help towards the beginning of this coming year. I still feel I will aid him in his election bid. But I’ll be the one to ask the questions, no doubt. The other Republican running has asked me to question him on several things, and I probably will. With his faith in God, seemingly so strong, I do place some faith in him. And i usually have a “don’t place faith in man” mentality. I mean when we talk about Jesus he usually tears up. Christ is in his heart. I love the man. But we’ll see. And I’ll hold his feet to the fire if I see something we call a red flag.

I’ll look to God to help with this.

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lovecymru [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

Until we hold both parties accountable, we won’t have good people running.

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Cyberhawk 4 points ago +4 / -0

This is what I say as well. Most Republicans I know still feel their party is the party of the good and honest folks. In reality they are just as fooled as the Dem voters. I always bring this fact up about Rino’s and such, and often they just sit in silence. Thoughts that wash away the next time they here a Dem politician getting slammed.

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OperationRudyRusso 0 points ago +1 / -1

Agreed.

One thing I wish Trump would do is start his own party and lead it. He’s the only one with the gravitas to do it. Maybe get a Ron Paul to join him. He could instantly flush the RINOs, who IMO are worse than Dems. The Dems don’t hide the fact they hate us.

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Cyberhawk 1 point ago +1 / -0

I was a cheerleader for a new party after the election. Until Trump had mentioned that it’s smarter to fix what’s broken, rather than make new. I’m like you though, I’d rather gave the finger to the current parties and make a Trump lead one. But I assume it would be taken over by corruption soon as well. Term limits. That’s what we need. Term limits , IMO, would help with these corrupt groups that seep their way in.

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GoodvsEvil2 1 point ago +1 / -0

wtf they were too afraid to cheat this time?

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Dontdoxxxmeplease 1 point ago +1 / -0

Let’s go!

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VetforTrump 1 point ago +1 / -0

Watch the dogs return to their vomit