The election IS TODAY and the polls say Biden is going to win in a landslide

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You've posted this many times, but I don't remember seeing a detailed list of specific accomplishments. Indulge me, and again, be specific with a reasonable amount of detail.

For me, the most notable accomplishment that exceeded all expectations is the detention of migrants seeking asylum, the separation of those children from their families, the widespread sexusl abuse of those children and their disappearances, including and especially selling them into either sexual slavery or illegal adoptions, depending on their age, while their mothers are subjected to systematic sterilization. I did not have that on my Trump BINGO card in 2017, but thank the Lord for sending him to be our leader.
When accomplishments are this "infinitely astonishing" and "off the charts" how could you still need a list?

The fact that this story basically died after the initial outrage and the "Religious Right" still blindly worships the man who perpetrated it is beyond words.
 

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When accomplishments are this "infinitely astonishing" and "off the charts" how could you still need a list?

The fact that this story basically died after the initial outrage and the "Religious Right" still blindly worships the man who perpetrated it is beyond words.
Evildoers gonna do evil; that's what I always say.

Seriously, the so-called Christians who've fallen in line behind such an unapologetic, amoral demon were never really into the principles of Christianity to begin with. For a lot of people it's just a matter of them finding a community of like-minded people to provide mutual validation, which in a lot of cases is a cheap substitute for the hard work of taking up one's cross and following Christ down the hard road.
 

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Evildoers gonna do evil; that's what I always say.

Seriously, the so-called Christians who've fallen in line behind such an unapologetic, amoral demon were never really into the principles of Christianity to begin with. For a lot of people it's just a matter of them finding a community of like-minded people to provide mutual validation, which in a lot of cases is a cheap substitute for the hard work of taking up one's cross and following Christ down the hard road.
In many cases. But I know too many people who I sincerely believe are Christians who have also been brainwashed enough by Fox News and Facebook that they simply believe that any story about Trump that dare threaten their view of him is "fake news" end of discussion. No matter how obvious or damming it is. And if they will concede that maybe Trump "isn't a great guy" it's immediately followed by "Biden is under control of Antifa/Socialists and is far worse."
 

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In many cases. But I know too many people who I sincerely believe are Christians who have also been brainwashed enough by Fox News and Facebook that they simply believe that any story about Trump that dare threaten their view of him is "fake news" end of discussion. No matter how obvious or damming it is. And if they will concede that maybe Trump "isn't a great guy" it's immediately followed by "Biden is under control of Antifa/Socialists and is far worse."
I think their is a commandment that covers that, hmm something about false idols.
 

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You've posted this many times, but I don't remember seeing a detailed list of specific accomplishments. Indulge me, and again, be specific with a reasonable amount of detail.

For me, the most notable accomplishment that exceeded all expectations is the detention of migrants seeking asylum, the separation of those children from their families, the widespread sexusl abuse of those children and their disappearances, including and especially selling them into either sexual slavery or illegal adoptions, depending on their age, while their mothers are subjected to systematic sterilization. I did not have that on my Trump BINGO card in 2017, but thank the Lord for sending him to be our leader.
Myself and several others have done so numerous times; you and Howie just don't like the list, say it's subjective, or something to that effect. Why on earth would I go through the trouble to write all of that down for the shear sake of it being a writing exercise? There is literally NOT ONE SINGLE THING that anyone could write that anyone on the left would approve of or if they did, give Trump credit for. What's the point? It's been done before, I'm not interested in another writing exercise.

Your mind was made up in the summer of 2016, there was never anything that was going to change it. Not ever
 

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Myself and several others have done so numerous times; you and Howie just don't like the list, say it's subjective, or something to that effect. Why on earth would I go through the trouble to write all of that down for the shear sake of it being a writing exercise? There is literally NOT ONE SINGLE THING that anyone could write that anyone on the left would approve of or if they did, give Trump credit for. What's the point? It's been done before, I'm not interested in another writing exercise.

Your mind was made up in the summer of 2016, there was never anything that was going to change it. Not ever
I didn't think so.
 

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Myself and several others have done so numerous times; you and Howie just don't like the list, say it's subjective, or something to that effect. Why on earth would I go through the trouble to write all of that down for the shear sake of it being a writing exercise? There is literally NOT ONE SINGLE THING that anyone could write that anyone on the left would approve of or if they did, give Trump credit for. What's the point? It's been done before, I'm not interested in another writing exercise.

Your mind was made up in the summer of 2016, there was never anything that was going to change it. Not ever
Why are you here then?
 

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Myself and several others have done so numerous times; you and Howie just don't like the list, say it's subjective, or something to that effect. Why on earth would I go through the trouble to write all of that down for the shear sake of it being a writing exercise? There is literally NOT ONE SINGLE THING that anyone could write that anyone on the left would approve of or if they did, give Trump credit for. What's the point? It's been done before, I'm not interested in another writing exercise.

Your mind was made up in the summer of 2016, there was never anything that was going to change it. Not ever
I'll help you with the list:

Tax cuts (exploding the debt, but hey I got my $800. Too bad grandkids!)
Judges (if you love RW Bible banging judges)
He didn't kill us all in a nuclear war or start any other wars. So far. Hey, there's one we all agree on.

End of list. Whew. That was infinitely astonishing and off the charts.
 

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When accomplishments are this "infinitely astonishing" and "off the charts" how could you still need a list?

The fact that this story basically died after the initial outrage and the "Religious Right" still blindly worships the man who perpetrated it is beyond words.
I finally realized what this reminds me of.

We hear he is a whiz of a wiz
If ever a wiz there was
If ever, oh ever a wiz there was
The Wizard of Oz is one because
Because, because, because, because, because
Because of the wonderful things he does

Of course, the "Wizard" turned out to be a fraud, a humbug.
 

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Pretty interesting historical chart. We can also note that of those two poll leading candidates since 1976 who won the popular vote but lost the electoral college, one led by 3/10ths of a percent at this point while the other led by 3.7%. Biden currently leads by 7.3% and we can see that no candidate who had a lead of 4% or greater lost the popular vote or the electoral college. The only thing I worry about in this election is the less reliable voting portions of the Democratic base who opt for mail-in voting failing to get their ballots in on time.

I would also say that there are a lot more polls now than there were early in this historical period, polling is more advanced now, and we also keep hearing that polling reveals a lower percentage of undecideds in this election than most others.

One amusing historical look back: the 2012 campaign. That was the year of "unskewed polls" and claims from right-wing blowhards that Romney really was ahead because the polls were skewed towards Democrats. Turns out that year and 2000 were the most accurate polling years of the bunch. Obama led by 3.6% at this time and won the final popular vote by 3.9%.
 

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BREAKING: Trump's debate performance good enough to ensure Biden has only a 1 point lead in key swing state of South Carolina

 

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I finally realized what this reminds me of.

We hear he is a whiz of a wiz
If ever a wiz there was
If ever, oh ever a wiz there was
The Wizard of Oz is one because
Because, because, because, because, because
Because of the wonderful things he does

Of course, the "Wizard" turned out to be a fraud, a humbug.
I said this before and I'll say it again. Watch Gladiator again. Tell me Trump isn't a real-life version of the whining, fraudulent, total jackassery, do-anything-to-be-in-power version of Commodus. He's even got the incest thing going for him.

Keep in mind, in that story, Commodus' crimes against his people are only stopped because one man (Quintus) around him finally stood up for what was right instead of following the orders of a person who should not be a leader.

McConnell and all of those other Republicans all had their chances to be Quintus, and failed, and that they continued to support everything about this guy to the very end will be their damning, historical legacy. Of all of the Senate Republicans over his term, it can be argued that only McCain, Flake, Romney, and Murkowski - and of those, only seldom - have even come close to doing what is in the best interests of the country - as they swore to do - instead of doing what they believed was best for themselves.
 

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I think Graham is done.
That would be karma, of which there has been almost none since at least 2016. Doubtful karma will rise up in this GD'd 2020, if it hasn't by now. Instead, it took out some of the very best people we had in this country.
 

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Post-debate polls: Biden up by 5 in Florida, 7 in Pennsylvania

Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump in the two largest swing states in next month’s election, Florida and Pennsylvania, according to the first reliable public polls conducted after the candidates’ debate earlier this week.

The surveys, from The New York Times and Siena College, show Biden with consistent edges in the two states: He leads Trump by 5 points in Florida, 47 percent to 42 percent, and 7 points in Pennsylvania, 49 percent to 42 percent.

The surveys suggest Trump did little in the debate to boost his flagging candidacy. Trump flouted the agreed-upon rules and frequently interrupted Biden, and also failed to condemn an extreme, right-wing group.

Majorities in both states, 53 percent in Florida and 52 percent in Pennsylvania, “strongly disapprove” of the way the president conducted himself on Tuesday night, and roughly two-in-three voters disapprove of his debate performance overall. Meanwhile, slim majorities in both states approved of Biden’s debate performance.

https://www.politico.com/news/2020/...p-in-florida-pennsylvania-after-debate-425843
 

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It’s hard to see a path to victory right now for Trump. Still a month out but not looking good for him any way you look at it.
 

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It’s hard to see a path to victory right now for Trump. Still a month out but not looking good for him any way you look at it.
You may be correct, but you know that this is the same prediction in 2016, and Trump had no political track record in 2016.
 
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