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  1. #21
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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

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

    Like, a Michele Obama?
    Legislating to prevent people's acts is fantasy

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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

    Quote Originally Posted by Bang View Post
    They will spring the candidate on the scene as late as possible to avoid vetting and debates.

    Like, a Michele Obama?
    That is a concern , we end up with the Kenyan and his transvestite for a third term .......

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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

    We're about 4 months from the election and still no VP announced. This is not normal procedure. This speaks to their inability too be honest about who they are and what their intentions are.
    1 Corinthians 1:10..all of you agree with one another in what you say and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be perfectly united in mind and thought.

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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

    Quote Originally Posted by JenniferG View Post
    Dopey Joe was a dope before he came down with dementia.
    He's always been an airhead.

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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

    Quote Originally Posted by JAKIII View Post
    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.
    He's beyond the onset of dementia. I've sat through a couple of loved ones, that went through the dementia and into Alzheimer's. Anyone who has been close to this knows that it accelerates at an exponential rate. Just in the last 9 months, Joe has really gone down. It's hard to watch.

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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

    Oh no........
    Was just thinking about if Biden wins and then checks out, you do realize who will be 2nd in line to who ever the v.p. is. And if the v.p. should become unfit or worse, that would mean that hag Pelosi would become President, right?
    Well bite my fucking tongue.

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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

    Quote Originally Posted by tourrider View Post
    He's beyond the onset of dementia. I've sat through a couple of loved ones, that went through the dementia and into Alzheimer's. Anyone who has been close to this knows that it accelerates at an exponential rate. Just in the last 9 months, Joe has really gone down. It's hard to watch.
    And during the last election, I am nearly 100% certain that Hillary had suffered a sizable stroke.

    I have watched strokes AND Alzheimer's first hand in family and the signs are there for both Biden and Clinton.



    Politics and the fact that these people are evil aside, it's sickening how the Democrat Party will use human beings like this, they truly have no value placed on human life as evidenced by their abortion fetish.

    It's also pathetic that their party can't come up with anyone new, anyone better, or a walking and talking competent person at all. They had to manufacture Obama. He was an actor and every word he said and aspect of his life was planned out by someone else. He didn't just "appear" out of nowhere at that DNC convention with his first speech, that was the plan being put into motion.
    1 Corinthians 1:10..all of you agree with one another in what you say and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be perfectly united in mind and thought.

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