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  1. #11
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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

    Quote Originally Posted by TonyF View Post
    My understanding was he only intended to serve one full term. I don't think his health will hold up.
    I don*t think he ever intended to serve a term. He will abdicate in the first 3 months. The democrats are trying to buy the real estate, not the house.

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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

    Quote Originally Posted by imashooter2 View Post
    I don*t think he ever intended to serve a term. He will abdicate in the first 3 months. The democrats are trying to buy the real estate, not the house.
    This exactly. Anyone voting for Biden who thinks they'll get him for 4 years is smoking something stronger than Tobacco. Even if he "serves out" the full term, he won't be in charge.
    Last edited by KCJones; June 27th, 2020 at 07:58 PM.
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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

    Quote Originally Posted by imashooter2 View Post
    I don*t think he ever intended to serve a term. He will abdicate in the first 3 months. The democrats are trying to buy the real estate, not the house.
    Yup. Biden*s only job is to reach the center left, center, and undecided. Most of these people won*t even think about
    Who the VP candidate is, but the hard left will know the score above ...

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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

    This is shaping up to be a repeat of 2016.
    flawed Dem candidate with health issues - check
    disenfranchised far left - check
    No agenda besides orange man bad - check
    Dem ahead in the national polls - check

    Worse for Biden is that he cannot claim to be the first woman president or the first Black president. Women who voted for Hillary based on gender have no champion.
    Black vote may well be less than 90% Democrat for the first time in ages.
    Excitement is not there. No Obamamania or Hillarymania. Just an old senile white man with anger issues. Not the candidate of the young liberal minority voter.

    Better for Trump is that now he has a record of appointing conservatives to the courts, fixing the economy and not getting into any wars. In 2016 Trump was a protest against Washington and Republicans and Independents held their noses and voted for him in enough numbers to give him the electoral college. In 2020 Trump is a proven quantity and Republicans have no reason to hate him. Excitement and energy is high for Trump voters.

    The next four years should be interesting. Ginsberg leaves the court, Nancy retires or is ousted. Trump wins bigly.

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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

    Quote Originally Posted by Coops View Post
    In 2020 Trump is a proven quantity and Republicans have no reason to hate him. .
    and yet some do...romney for one and several others have said recently, they won't vote for our President...

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    Not to threadcrap, but this is why I never worried about Trump getting impeached... Mike Pence would have been a great President.

    Regarding sleepy Joe... even Democrats realize he is experiencing early onset dementia. It*s truly pathetic, I don*t wish him ill will.

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    In my opinion, based upon the bits and pieces available, Biden and sons are takers couched in government elitism.

    The Dim party will have to replace him. Problem is, dementia will be replaced with insanity.
    Last edited by Bang; June 27th, 2020 at 11:33 PM.
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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

    Quote Originally Posted by Aggies Coach View Post
    I just hope we can hold on to the Senate.
    ^^^This^^^

    Even if Trump gets re-elected, if we lose the Senate and don't re-gain the House, or at least have enough votes to make life difficult for the Dems, we're in deep shit. Trump does what Trump wants to do. There's no saying he will veto anti-gun legislation if it makes it through Congress. He has not followed through with any of his 2A promises, and instead have made things worse. We need to keep the Senate so that we don't have to worry about what Trump may or may not do if something reaches his desk.

    And not to re-state the obvious, but if Trump loses and the Dems take the Senate and control the House, it's game over for us. Better start buying revolvers, double barreled shotguns, and lever actions, 'cause that's about all you're going to be allowed to have.
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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

    Quote Originally Posted by archie19 View Post
    and yet some do...romney for one and several others have said recently, they won't vote for our President...
    I said Republicans, that does not include RINOs

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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

    Im waiting for the Trump campaign to blow the whistle on this fraud by the Democrats.

    Slow Joes incapacity is being denied or concealed by his campaign with a complicit media.

    The VP, who has not been named, vetted, or polled, will be the Democrat president shortly if Joe is elected.

    They will spring the candidate on the scene as late as possible to avoid vetting and debates.

    Its banana republic politics.

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