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A word to Republicans: no, you don't have to give in to the insane


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5 hours ago, Nationalist said:

Pixie-Dust didn't actually win the last election. But we have more than 2 parties. And Pixie-Dust has made his fair share of "executive decisions".

What's actually "clear" is...

1. Trump dangled a hook for you silly fops and you bit like a bass. Now you all look dumb.

2. I swear to Gawd...your posts read like a 6 year old complaining that Billy is chewing gum in class.

Trying to overthrow an election and threatening to hang the VP cause he didn't cooperate is a serious matter in spite of YOUR CHILDISH beliefs it was not.

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Just now, robosmith said:

Trying to overthrow an election and threatening to hang the VP cause he didn't cooperate is a serious matter in spite of YOUR CHILDISH beliefs it was not.

So now you wanna jump from "Trump wants to be a dictator" to Jan. 6. I don't remember Trump threatening Pense.

Are you lying again? Your mother wouldn't be proud...

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2 hours ago, Nationalist said:

So now you wanna jump from "Trump wants to be a dictator" to Jan. 6. I don't remember Trump threatening Pense.

Are you lying again? Your mother wouldn't be proud...

I'm not sure a test tube can be proud or not really. 

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In a struggling and wounded system, one candidate is clearly unfit. The noise is trying to distract from this obviousness, but it changes nothing of the essence. The leader of a world-level democracy has to be an individual of highest moral standard and integrity, not just about any crook. This is essential, quite possibly, deciding distinction.

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I'm not going to repeat again: there's no point in having an argument with a dead board. This was addressed (only) to those who can think (for themselves) and decide based on their reason, for themselves.

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41 minutes ago, myata said:

I'm not going to repeat again: there's no point in having an argument with a dead board. 

Still talking about Biden then I take it :) I do get bored talking about him and he certainly dead at this point :) 

How many live boards do you know by the way?

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1 hour ago, myata said:

I'm not going to repeat again: there's no point in having an argument with a dead board. This was addressed (only) to those who can think (for themselves) and decide based on their reason, for themselves.

I get it. You can't really argue the facts on Biden's obvious failing mental condition... 

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There's a certain fraction in the population that cannot think, organically: jumping and shouting the only responses possible. Observe several fine specimen right here. Then, most anyone can turn their thinking off voluntarily. What binary, partisan system does is to amplify their commonly random noise to the societal scale. And at times it can carry the brainless momentum to the part of the population that is not used to exercise their critical thinking regularly. The result is collective insanity: a hallmark of our intelligent (as they say) species.

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6 minutes ago, myata said:

There's a certain fraction in the population that cannot think, organically: jumping and shouting the only responses possible. 

And writing in cryptic unclear ways that make him look like a lunatic and a ****** had a love child and he's posting on the internet :)  

Why not just talk like a normal person? Just how emotionally damaged are you anyway?

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22 minutes ago, myata said:

There's a certain fraction in the population that cannot think, organically: jumping and shouting the only responses possible. Observe several fine specimen right here. Then, most anyone can turn their thinking off voluntarily. What binary, partisan system does is to amplify their commonly random noise to the societal scale. And at times it can carry the brainless momentum to the part of the population that is not used to exercise their critical thinking regularly. The result is collective insanity: a hallmark of our intelligent (as they say) species.

LOL, you titled this thread: "A word to Republicans: no, you don't have to give in to the insane"
You are the problem you speak of. Look within. 

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On 5/17/2024 at 11:44 AM, myata said:

But one of the candidate this time around is plainly, unfit. He is unfit by the reason of debilitating, near-absolute failure of honesty and integrity.

That's a CNN/MSNBC talking point and nothing more.

Trump ran for president on a long list of policies and he followed those policies to a tee.

You've been told that it's no big deal that the Bidens were doing business with the gov't of China and corrupt Ukrainian oligarchs, and for some reason you think it's true. That's absurd.

Your opinions are entirely based on MSM propaganda myata. There's noting intelligent or insightful about your opinions. Sorry.

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43 minutes ago, myata said:

There's a certain fraction in the population that cannot think, organically: jumping and shouting the only responses possible. Observe several fine specimen right here. Then, most anyone can turn their thinking off voluntarily. What binary, partisan system does is to amplify their commonly random noise to the societal scale. And at times it can carry the brainless momentum to the part of the population that is not used to exercise their critical thinking regularly. The result is collective insanity: a hallmark of our intelligent (as they say) species.

This is simple human nature. Path of least resistance. Why put a ton of time, research, and energy into something while only having one vote when you can mail it in and still have one vote? It is simple cost vs. benefit. This is why most Americans do not seriously take third party candidates into account. 

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