Post by Josh Rosenbluth Post by El Castor Post by Josh Rosenbluth Post by Josh Rosenbluth Post by El Castor Post by Josh Rosenbluth Post by Johnny
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Post by El Castor Post by Josh Rosenbluth
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Post by Josh Rosenbluth
On Sun, 6 Sep 2020 14:06:27 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth
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Post by Josh Rosenbluth Post by Johnny
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Post by El Castor
"It would be a mistake to predict the outcome based on the
current standings. In the battleground states of
Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Florida, North
Carolina and Arizona, the president is scoring better
against Mr. Biden than he did at the same point in his
2016 race against Hillary Clinton. Mr. Trump scored his
upset by winning them all."
According to Realclearpolitics, Biden is matching Clinton's
performance in the battlegrounds while doing better
People should rely on common sense instead of polls. Polls
have been wrong.
No one thought Trump would win the last time, including me.
I didn't watch the election returns I was so sure Hillary
Nate Silver (Fivethirtyeight.com) gave Trump a 29% chance of
Post by Johnny
It seems to me Trump has a lot better chance this time than
Silver has him again at 29%, but if the polls do not change,
that will go down to less than 10% on the day before the
Then Nate Silver is an idiot.
Or perhaps you are enumerate.
Or perhaps some voters are reluctant to admit to pollsters that
they will vote for Trump?
I haven't seen any evidence to support that claim.
"Evidence" is hard to come by, but logic would suggest that rioting
and looting is a repellant activity for many voters.
So, would "grab them by the pussy." But, it wasn't.
Trump is not a politician. He has a big mouth, but so what? What
really counts is a billion dollars in Hunter Biden's pocket, and even
more importantly ...
"Gun violence has fueled enduring trust issues for many Americans"
"Americas gun violence affects not only just those killed, injured or
present during gunfire, but research suggests it can also sabotage the
social and psychological well-being of all Americans."
The wild promises of the Left -- defund the police, Green New Deal,
back in bed with China, taxes through the roof, Medicare for all,
Biden-Sanders 'unity platform', etc., combined with an over the hill,
easily manipulated candidate will not garner the vote of many thinking
Most people voting for Biden don't think. All they know is
he's a democrat.
Maybe Josh can tell us what he expects to happen if Biden is elected,
and what Biden has done, or will do, that would make him vote for Biden.
I expect only one thing. Our long national nightmare have having a
petulant man-baby president will end, and we will instead have a normal
functioning adult at the helm.
Neither of us will be convinced to change our vote. Whatever will be
will be. I couldn't agree more that Trump is far from perfect. Is
there anything in Biden's past that you find questionable?
As with everyone, of course.
As with everyone, Biden is not perfect and of course I find things in
his past that are objectionable.
Oh? And that would be?
His support of the parts of the 1994 crime bill that have required
In 2013 Vice President Biden flew his son Hunter to China in Air Force
Two. Whie there, Vice president Biden met with representatives of the
government owned Bank of China. Twelve days later his son signed a
billion dollar deal with a subsidiary of that same bank. An arm of the
Chinese government entered into a billion dollar (later to be $1.5
billion) business deal with the son of the sitting vice president of
the United States. Hmmmm.
In May of this year Joe Biden, speaking of China, dismissed China as
an economic threat to the United States -- "They're not bad folks,
folks. But guess what, they're not competition for us. I find that,
to be highly problematic, and then there is his mental condition
combined with all the flirting with the socialist wing of your Party.
Joe Biden may well represent the tipping point for a United States
about to fall off the cliff into European style socialism.
As for TRUMP, I agree he can be an irritating SOB at times, but I
support his tax and regulation reforms, and the strong economy and
employment that they produced -- until COVID-19 came along. I also
support his border policies, not because I dislike Hispanics, quite
the contrary, but because, as I have said many times, they represent
an economic and employment threat to our African American community.