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    Default Re: Time to dial back the rhetoric and deal with things as adults

    Quote Originally Posted by Ecclectic Collector View Post
    So it appears that the golden boy lost the election. Too bad for Trump. However lets look at things from the standpoint as adults:

    1. Republicans in general won or held ground across the state and nation. This is heartening as I'd feared Trump's bumbling would take down the party in general.

    It hasn't and in Pennsylvania the Republicans appear to have held on to the state. On the national level the Democrats are once again faced with a situation where they will have to work together with Republicans to pass any legislation on that level.

    2. Inflamatory rhetoric doesn't help anybody. Perhaps people feel strongly, but threatening to take back the country with force from the communist hordes which haven't appeared is only adding fuel to the fires of people on the other extreme who are likely saying the same things.

    The more extreme the views expressed, the more that the people who want to brand gun owners as extremists win in the real fight over culture and values.

    3. Time to stay vigilent, actively support pro 2A politicians and work on the grass roots efforts to keep our rights secure. Staying informed means no back door efforts to enact laws will survive to be passed.

    4. I'll say it again. Tone down the rhetoric! Read up on how our electoral system works if you don't understand how the electorate works. I can't say I'm surprised that places like Philly, Pittsburg, Reno, Atlanta, Phoenix have gone for Biden. We all sort of knew this even before the election.

    Truth is, in the end the majority did vote for the Democrat candidate. The electoral college only confirms the majority by making the final count decisive. Biden likely will be a one term president. Its time to start looking for a Republican for 2024 who will take back the White House.
    You would make a good dog...at least you got the rollover part down pat.

    Democrats didn't win anything...unless you consider vote stuffing to be a legal aspect in voting. We also have all these software glitches popping up in MI, WI, and 40 other States potentially.

    Why don't we look at the entire picture instead of just a few brush strokes here and there. The voting patterns in several States are the highest they have EVER been...like 20% higher than the next closest election, including Obungholes two! ODD, isn't it? I don't think any State has ever voted 90% of their registered voters...if not, I would like to know which others States have...

    I also noticed while driving by the cemetery all of the headstones had "I voted today" stickers on them...what's with that?

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    Default Re: Time to dial back the rhetoric and deal with things as adults

    Quote Originally Posted by mightypudge View Post
    Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof. The burden of that proof is on the accusers. To date there is no hard proof of fraud. There is only assumptions from people who have something to gain from the existence of alleged fraud.
    Kamala...is that you?

    Idiot.

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    Default Re: Time to dial back the rhetoric and deal with things as adults

    I bet they used that " NEW MATH " to count the votes too

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    Default Re: Time to dial back the rhetoric and deal with things as adults

    Quote Originally Posted by JAKIII View Post
    Anyone catch Biden*s speech last night? He has further deteriorated to the point where he cannot even read/understand the teleprompter. It*s so utterly pathetic that I actually feel sympathy for him.

    So, how long before President Harris is sworn in?
    Scary that a full blown Marxist will be President.

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    Default Re: Time to dial back the rhetoric and deal with things as adults

    Everyone (including atheists) better say prayers that Republicans retain control of the Senate.

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    Default Re: Time to dial back the rhetoric and deal with things as adults

    Quote Originally Posted by Ecclectic Collector View Post
    So it appears that the golden boy lost the election. Too bad for Trump. However lets look at things from the standpoint as adults:

    1. Republicans in general won or held ground across the state and nation. This is heartening as I'd feared Trump's bumbling would take down the party in general.

    It hasn't and in Pennsylvania the Republicans appear to have held on to the state. On the national level the Democrats are once again faced with a situation where they will have to work together with Republicans to pass any legislation on that level.

    2. Inflamatory rhetoric doesn't help anybody. Perhaps people feel strongly, but threatening to take back the country with force from the communist hordes which haven't appeared is only adding fuel to the fires of people on the other extreme who are likely saying the same things.

    The more extreme the views expressed, the more that the people who want to brand gun owners as extremists win in the real fight over culture and values.

    3. Time to stay vigilent, actively support pro 2A politicians and work on the grass roots efforts to keep our rights secure. Staying informed means no back door efforts to enact laws will survive to be passed.

    4. I'll say it again. Tone down the rhetoric! Read up on how our electoral system works if you don't understand how the electorate works. I can't say I'm surprised that places like Philly, Pittsburg, Reno, Atlanta, Phoenix have gone for Biden. We all sort of knew this even before the election.

    Truth is, in the end the majority did vote for the Democrat candidate. The electoral college only confirms the majority by making the final count decisive. Biden likely will be a one term president. Its time to start looking for a Republican for 2024 who will take back the White House.
    Yes, but in 30 states the majority was tabulated on machines and software produced in China. Do you think that isn't a problem? Especially when a worker in Michigan somehow caught a transfer of 6k votes from Trump to Biden? China, of all countries, with this candidate who says they ain't bad folks, folks. Yeh, sure. And those tariffs will certainly be gone on Biden's first day.

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    Default Re: Time to dial back the rhetoric and deal with things as adults

    Quote Originally Posted by xXxplosive View Post
    Hasn't anyone learned anything in the past 4 years.....this country has been taken over and no one is willing to do anything about it......May God Help Us...omo.
    I completely agree with this. Do not back down...they’ve been in our face long enough.

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    Default Re: Time to dial back the rhetoric and deal with things as adults

    The people must remain vigilant against tyrants masquerading as public servants.
    - George Washington

    We cannot ignore the obvious shenanigans and seemingly outright fraud that any person of reasonable intelligence could have observed over the past week. We may never be able to prove it, but it is required to challenge this attack on the electoral process because it will only increase if not pushed back. We can see the moves of the Squid and TPTB and we are constantly losing ground, but we need like minded people to continue questioning, challenging and ensuring a bright light is shone in the dark corners of our government. It is my hope that the silent majority doesn't slip back into the background because the bullies of Antifa, BLM and other Socialistic groups will only be emboldened to quash any alternative viewpoints to enshrine the one world government of equity for all those that aren't them.

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    Default Re: Time to dial back the rhetoric and deal with things as adults

    Want to give up something? give up these stupid threads saying we should all just throw in the towel and "accept" what happened. fuck no. As stated several times in this thread, libs have been SCREAMING for 4 years that trump and all of his supporters are evil. they're about to get a huge dose of their own medicine.
    -Brandon


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    Default Re: Time to dial back the rhetoric and deal with things as adults

    Quote Originally Posted by mightypudge View Post
    Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof. The burden of that proof is on the accusers. To date there is no hard proof of fraud. There is only assumptions from people who have something to gain from the existence of alleged fraud.
    The voting machine snafu in Michigan is not proof enough? 6000 votes! If it happened once, how many more times did it happen, and not get caught?

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