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Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« Reply #17580 on: July 30, 2020, 06:29:25 PM »
Herman Cain dead from Coronavirus

He attended Trump's Tulsa propaganda rally without a mask

Bill Montgomery, founder of the crypto fascist propaganda group Turning Point USA is also dead from Coronavirus

Trump is literally killing his own people and doesn't give one f**k


The conservative death cult is even taking out its own top people.
It's a nihilistic death cult

It's laughable the way these lunatics call themselves conservative - they aren't even conservative on the most basic level, which is to preserve the lives of human beings - they're nakedly pro-death, well these guys now have their wish

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Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« Reply #17581 on: July 30, 2020, 06:32:09 PM »
Herman Cain dead from Coronavirus

He attended Trump's Tulsa propaganda rally without a mask

Bill Montgomery, founder of the crypto fascist propaganda group Turning Point USA is also dead from Coronavirus

Trump is literally killing his own people and doesn't give one f**k


The conservative death cult is even taking out its own top people.
It's a nihilistic death cult

It's laughable the way these lunatics call themselves conservative - they aren't even conservative on the most basic level, which is to preserve the lives of human beings - they're nakedly pro-death, well these guys now have their wish

The human race has been infected by some sinister, evil ideologies throughout history, but the modern USAian conservative movement takes some beating. Naziism is now universally considered immoral; and fifty years from now I hope we'll look back at this era of the conservative death cult in the same way.

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Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« Reply #17582 on: July 30, 2020, 06:50:22 PM »
Anyone who’s stupid enough to (a) go to a rally (b) be around people who aren’t wearing masks, shouldn’t expect much in the way of sympathy


People need to wise the fvck up until they know exactly how this thing is transmitted

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.wbur.org/news/2020/07/29/13-covid-cases-chatham-house-party

They're pretty clear at this point that airborne is the primary route of transmission.

The likes of Trump, Pence, Gohmert and the rest are not going to be treated kindly by history. Whatever excuse there was three months ago (and there wasn't one, really), there's none now.

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« Reply #17583 on: July 30, 2020, 07:48:00 PM »
Anyone who’s stupid enough to (a) go to a rally (b) be around people who aren’t wearing masks, shouldn’t expect much in the way of sympathy


People need to wise the fvck up until they know exactly how this thing is transmitted

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.wbur.org/news/2020/07/29/13-covid-cases-chatham-house-party

They're pretty clear at this point that airborne is the primary route of transmission.

The likes of Trump, Pence, Gohmert and the rest are not going to be treated kindly by history. Whatever excuse there was three months ago (and there wasn't one, really), there's none now.

That makes sense.

My friend has 2 teenagers who are cashiers in a supermarket. AFIK not one person working there  has caught Covid, in spite of them interacting with hundreds of people per day. All the workers and shoppers are compelled to wear masks and there are clear plastic partitions in place

I’m at the dealership as we speak and every customer and employee is masked up

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Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« Reply #17584 on: July 30, 2020, 08:29:28 PM »
Anyone who’s stupid enough to (a) go to a rally (b) be around people who aren’t wearing masks, shouldn’t expect much in the way of sympathy


People need to wise the fvck up until they know exactly how this thing is transmitted

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.wbur.org/news/2020/07/29/13-covid-cases-chatham-house-party

They're pretty clear at this point that airborne is the primary route of transmission.

The likes of Trump, Pence, Gohmert and the rest are not going to be treated kindly by history. Whatever excuse there was three months ago (and there wasn't one, really), there's none now.

That makes sense.

My friend has 2 teenagers who are cashiers in a supermarket. AFIK not one person working there  has caught Covid, in spite of them interacting with hundreds of people per day. All the workers and shoppers are compelled to wear masks and there are clear plastic partitions in place

I’m at the dealership as we speak and every customer and employee is masked up

Yes, I think they'll eventually ease up on the "deep cleaning" stuff. Frequently touched surface cleaning (door handles etc) and frequent hand washing will stay, but the main worry is airborne, not catching it off your Amazon box or a can of Coke or a seat on the subway.

New Mercedes? :P

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Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« Reply #17585 on: July 30, 2020, 10:07:43 PM »
Anyone who’s stupid enough to (a) go to a rally (b) be around people who aren’t wearing masks, shouldn’t expect much in the way of sympathy


People need to wise the fvck up until they know exactly how this thing is transmitted

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.wbur.org/news/2020/07/29/13-covid-cases-chatham-house-party

They're pretty clear at this point that airborne is the primary route of transmission.

The likes of Trump, Pence, Gohmert and the rest are not going to be treated kindly by history. Whatever excuse there was three months ago (and there wasn't one, really), there's none now.

That makes sense.

My friend has 2 teenagers who are cashiers in a supermarket. AFIK not one person working there  has caught Covid, in spite of them interacting with hundreds of people per day. All the workers and shoppers are compelled to wear masks and there are clear plastic partitions in place

I’m at the dealership as we speak and every customer and employee is masked up

Yes, I think they'll eventually ease up on the "deep cleaning" stuff. Frequently touched surface cleaning (door handles etc) and frequent hand washing will stay, but the main worry is airborne, not catching it off your Amazon box or a can of Coke or a seat on the subway.

New Mercedes? :P

No-wouldn’t waste my money

A nice hybrid Highlander (got 270,000 out of the old one and a buddy’s son now has it)


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Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« Reply #17586 on: July 31, 2020, 11:37:34 AM »
Herman Cain dead from Coronavirus

He attended Trump's Tulsa propaganda rally without a mask

Bill Montgomery, founder of the crypto fascist propaganda group Turning Point USA is also dead from Coronavirus

Trump is literally killing his own people and doesn't give one f**k


The conservative death cult is even taking out its own top people.
It's a nihilistic death cult

It's laughable the way these lunatics call themselves conservative - they aren't even conservative on the most basic level, which is to preserve the lives of human beings - they're nakedly pro-death, well these guys now have their wish

The human race has been infected by some sinister, evil ideologies throughout history, but the modern USAian conservative movement takes some beating. Naziism is now universally considered immoral; and fifty years from now I hope we'll look back at this era of the conservative death cult in the same way.

You're blinded by hate. It wasn't conservatism that killed many tens of millions in the last century.

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Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« Reply #17587 on: July 31, 2020, 12:03:03 PM »
Herman Cain dead from Coronavirus

He attended Trump's Tulsa propaganda rally without a mask

Bill Montgomery, founder of the crypto fascist propaganda group Turning Point USA is also dead from Coronavirus

Trump is literally killing his own people and doesn't give one f**k


The conservative death cult is even taking out its own top people.
It's a nihilistic death cult

It's laughable the way these lunatics call themselves conservative - they aren't even conservative on the most basic level, which is to preserve the lives of human beings - they're nakedly pro-death, well these guys now have their wish

The human race has been infected by some sinister, evil ideologies throughout history, but the modern USAian conservative movement takes some beating. Naziism is now universally considered immoral; and fifty years from now I hope we'll look back at this era of the conservative death cult in the same way.

You're blinded by hate. It wasn't conservatism that killed many tens of millions in the last century.
Gemma O'Doherty got kicked off Twitter last night, figures she'd be looking for somewhere new to spread her insanity

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Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« Reply #17588 on: July 31, 2020, 12:07:53 PM »
You're blinded by hate. It wasn't conservatism that killed many tens of millions in the last century.

A right wing leopard changing its spots?
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Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« Reply #17589 on: July 31, 2020, 01:08:11 PM »
Herman Cain dead from Coronavirus

He attended Trump's Tulsa propaganda rally without a mask

Bill Montgomery, founder of the crypto fascist propaganda group Turning Point USA is also dead from Coronavirus

Trump is literally killing his own people and doesn't give one f**k


The conservative death cult is even taking out its own top people.
It's a nihilistic death cult

It's laughable the way these lunatics call themselves conservative - they aren't even conservative on the most basic level, which is to preserve the lives of human beings - they're nakedly pro-death, well these guys now have their wish

The human race has been infected by some sinister, evil ideologies throughout history, but the modern USAian conservative movement takes some beating. Naziism is now universally considered immoral; and fifty years from now I hope we'll look back at this era of the conservative death cult in the same way.

You're blinded by hate. It wasn't conservatism that killed many tens of millions in the last century.
Gemma O'Doherty got kicked off Twitter last night, figures she'd be looking for somewhere new to spread her insanity
10 out of 10 for originality. Oh wait.

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Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« Reply #17590 on: July 31, 2020, 01:10:51 PM »
You're blinded by hate. It wasn't conservatism that killed many tens of millions in the last century.

A right wing leopard changing its spots?

The Nazi's weren't conservative. They targeted and wiped out conservatives, most prominently the nobility and clergy.
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Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« Reply #17591 on: July 31, 2020, 02:30:06 PM »
You're blinded by hate. It wasn't conservatism that killed many tens of millions in the last century.

A right wing leopard changing its spots?

The Nazi's weren't conservative. They targeted and wiped out conservatives, most prominently the nobility and clergy.

There is more than one way of measuring conservatism.


But really, your not wrong. The GOP and buddies in the USA are better described by "right wing" politics rather than conservative politics as they only encompass sections of conservatism but are entirely right wing.
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Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« Reply #17592 on: July 31, 2020, 03:17:45 PM »
Herman Cain dead from Coronavirus

He attended Trump's Tulsa propaganda rally without a mask

Bill Montgomery, founder of the crypto fascist propaganda group Turning Point USA is also dead from Coronavirus

Trump is literally killing his own people and doesn't give one f**k


The conservative death cult is even taking out its own top people.
It's a nihilistic death cult

It's laughable the way these lunatics call themselves conservative - they aren't even conservative on the most basic level, which is to preserve the lives of human beings - they're nakedly pro-death, well these guys now have their wish

The human race has been infected by some sinister, evil ideologies throughout history, but the modern USAian conservative movement takes some beating. Naziism is now universally considered immoral; and fifty years from now I hope we'll look back at this era of the conservative death cult in the same way.

You're blinded by hate. It wasn't conservatism that killed many tens of millions in the last century.
Gemma O'Doherty got kicked off Twitter last night, figures she'd be looking for somewhere new to spread her insanity
10 out of 10 for originality. Oh wait.
It's quite the irony that such an unoriginal, cliched poster claims to value originality

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Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« Reply #17593 on: July 31, 2020, 03:21:58 PM »
You're blinded by hate. It wasn't conservatism that killed many tens of millions in the last century.

A right wing leopard changing its spots?

The Nazi's weren't conservative. They targeted and wiped out conservatives, most prominently the nobility and clergy.

There is more than one way of measuring conservatism.


But really, your not wrong. The GOP and buddies in the USA are better described by "right wing" politics rather than conservative politics as they only encompass sections of conservatism but are entirely right wing.
There are very few people who call themselves conservative who are actually conservative

Eamon Ryan is an example of an actual conservative, but he doesn't call himself a conservative





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Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« Reply #17594 on: July 31, 2020, 03:53:47 PM »


2020 winner:

Trump 8/13
Sanders 4/1
Bloomberg 9/1
Biden 20/1

Trump: 8/13
Sanders: 7/2 (3.5/1)
Bloomberg: 8/1
Biden: 22/1

Trump: 8/13
Sanders: 3/1
Bloomberg: 10/1
Biden: 25/1

Trump: 8/13
Sanders: 29/10 (2.9/1)
Bloomberg: 10/1
Biden: 28/1

Trump: 8/13
Sanders: 3/1
Bloomberg: 12/1
Biden: 12/1

Trump: 8/13
Sanders: 10/3 (3.3/1)
Biden: 9/1
Bloomberg: 12/1

Trump: 4/6
Sanders: 3/1
Biden: 13/2 (6.5/1)
Bloomberg: 16/1

Trump: 4/5
Biden: 13/8 (1.6/1)
Sanders: 16/1

Trump: 10/11
Biden: 6/4
Sanders: 18/1

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Trump: 4/5
Biden: 13/8 (1.6/1)
Sanders: 16/1

Trump: 10/11 (1/1.1)
Biden: 13/10 (1.3/1)
Sanders: No longer in the top 4

Trump: 1/1
Biden: 15/13
Sanders: 50/1
Deval Patrick: 50/1

Trump: 11/10
Biden: 11/10
Sanders: 33/1
Deval Patrick: 33/1

Trump: 11/10
Biden: 11/10
Mike Pence: 33/1
Sanders: 40/1

Trump: 1/1
Biden: 11/10

Trump: 10/11
Biden: 5/4

Trump 1/1
Biden 5/4

Trump: 11/10 (1.1/1)
Biden: 15/13 (1.15/1)

Trump: 11/10
Biden 11/10 (1.1/1)

Biden: 1/1
Trump: 11/10 (1.1/1)

Biden: 19/20
Trump: 11/10 (1.1/1)

Biden: 10/11
Trump: 5/4 (1.25/1)

Biden: 7/8
Trump: 5/4 (1.25/1)


Biden: 14/19
Trump: 6/4 (1.5/1)


Biden: 8/11
Trump: 13/8 (1.625/1)

Biden: 4/6
Trump: 13/8 (1.625/1)

Biden: 4/6
Trump: 7/4 (1.75/1)

Biden: 3/5
Trump: 7/4
are these odds from before joes latest episode where he forgot where he was 5 seconds into his appearance  .