Trump has Covid (...or does he?)

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No one knows what his policies are since he doesn’t have to talk about them or simply refuses to.

Whatever his policies might be are they even his own? After all according to his running mate it’s a Harris Administration with Joe Biden as POTUS.
I notice that you didn't dispute what I said: when it comes to Biden's policies, you don't know and you don't care. You have no credibility as a critic if you haven't watched the movie.

Oh, yes, the Harris angle. It would figure that the right wing noise machine would deal with its difficulty in tarnishing Biden by saying "Don't pay attention to him! He's just a puppet!" and then move over to Harris who apparently is the American female version of Fidel Castro.
 

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Can someone provide a good explanation for why Trump's people won't tell us the last time he had a negative test? There are no good explanations, right?
Because he knowingly exposed people in New Jersey and likely in MN and at the debate.
 

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No one knows what his policies are since he doesn’t have to talk about them or simply refuses to.

Whatever his policies might be are they even his own? After all according to his running mate it’s a Harris Administration with Joe Biden as POTUS.
 

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Because he knowingly exposed people in New Jersey and likely in MN and at the debate.
I think that's on the "bad" end of the spectrum of explanations. I think the "good" end of the spectrum is that he hasn't been getting tested every day, and wasn't tested close to the debate.
 

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Biden talks quite a bit about policies; maybe not as much as Warren or Clinton but he talks about them regularly. Ignoramuses like scools just have a preferred narrative and aren't interested in discovering anything that challenges that. Then, they try to blame others for their lack of curiosity.
 

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Biden talks quite a bit about policies; maybe not as much as Warren or Clinton but he talks about them regularly. Ignoramuses like scools just have a preferred narrative and aren't interested in discovering anything that challenges that. Then, they try to blame others for their lack of curiosity.
All one has to do is visit Biden's website. It's not like it's mysterious.
 

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Really. When unemployment was at a record low before the Dems shut down the economy, you still attempt to blame President Trump. You make me laugh.
This reminds me of when humble beggar tried to blame the 2008 economic crash on Barney Frank, tiny.
 

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C’mon man there’s a website.

If it’s not mysterious then answer questions. It really is that easy.
How about this? I'll find two clips of Biden talking about policy proposals and you find one of Trump.

Meanwhile

 

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You keep spouting the same line of BS. I have said that Walz screwed up in how he handled the nursing homes. He also adjusted his policies to new information. Something the Feds mostly failed or refused to do.
You were saying....
With regards to nursing homes, what exactly is it he's supposed to have done that he didn't do? Thanks!
 

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There have been studies on this and I see the phenomena on this board all the time. In surveys, Democratic leaning voters have tended to focus more on particular policies while Republican voters are preoccupied with more abstract constructs like "socialism" or "freedom." Those types of constructs do not have precise definitions or universally acknowledged details. They can be subjective enough to be shaped into a generalized view that "socialism" is anything that comes out of Democrat's mouth. Exhibit A on this board is MennoSota.

I never even think about capitalism or socialism. I just assume this is a capitalist country and figure that the primary questions deal with how much government involvement is needed to deal with the negative externalities of capitalism or the societal needs that aren't handled well enough by the private markets.

The GOP must have figured out long ago that they will have a difficult time if the focus of elections comes down to particular policies or details so they opted to brainwash their base with abstractions and hyperbolic cultural contrasts.
Can you please provide links to these studies? I don't trust anything that comes out of your mouth without factual evidence. It's kind of ironic that you note these studies found that Democratic-leaning voters tend to focus more on policy, yet when I go through these threads all I see are tweets or news articles about Trump. I truthfully have not seen one Democratic poster on this board talk about Biden's policies and what he plans to do if he wins the presidency. Were you posting this as an ironic piece, possibly?
 

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From the AP: Trump Administration blocks FDA's attempt to impose safety standards on vaccines.
(because - who cares if they're safe as long as they come out before the election....)


The Food and Drug Administration laid out updated safety standards Tuesday for makers of COVID-19 vaccines after the White House blocked their formal release, the latest political tug-of-war between the Trump administration and the government's public health scientists.

In briefing documents posted on its website, the FDA said vaccine makers should follow trial participants for at least two months to rule out safety issues before seeking emergency approval. That requirement would almost certainly preclude the introduction of a vaccine before Nov. 3.

A senior administration official confirmed to the AP on Monday that the White House had blocked FDA's plans to formally publish the safety guidelines based on the 2-month data requirement, arguing there was "no clinical or medical reason" for it.

The requirements are aimed at companies seeking rapid approval through the FDA's emergency authorization pathway. That accelerated process, reserved for health emergencies, allows medical products onto the market based on a lower bar than traditional FDA approval.

Initial doses of vaccines for emergency use would likely be reserved for medical workers and people with health conditions that make them particularly vulnerable to coronavirus. Full FDA approval for the general population will require significantly more data and is not expected until mid-2021.
 

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From the AP: Trump Administration blocks FDA's attempt to impose safety standards on vaccines.
(because - who cares if they're safe as long as they come out before the election....)


The Food and Drug Administration laid out updated safety standards Tuesday for makers of COVID-19 vaccines after the White House blocked their formal release, the latest political tug-of-war between the Trump administration and the government's public health scientists.

In briefing documents posted on its website, the FDA said vaccine makers should follow trial participants for at least two months to rule out safety issues before seeking emergency approval. That requirement would almost certainly preclude the introduction of a vaccine before Nov. 3.

A senior administration official confirmed to the AP on Monday that the White House had blocked FDA's plans to formally publish the safety guidelines based on the 2-month data requirement, arguing there was "no clinical or medical reason" for it.

The requirements are aimed at companies seeking rapid approval through the FDA's emergency authorization pathway. That accelerated process, reserved for health emergencies, allows medical products onto the market based on a lower bar than traditional FDA approval.

Initial doses of vaccines for emergency use would likely be reserved for medical workers and people with health conditions that make them particularly vulnerable to coronavirus. Full FDA approval for the general population will require significantly more data and is not expected until mid-2021.
Spoof will be along momentarily to let us know the bad acts by the Trump administration arent really bad acts, because the Trump administration says so.

Just like taking COVID reporting away from the CDC. I mean, we've had no news from the CDC since, so where's the proof???
 

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She is a ditz. Defeated China as he struggles to breathe during his dictator like review for his subjects. What will she say if the ultimate price is paid by one of those infected in his group?
 

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Everybody double down!
The use of plexiglass, a precaution intended to keep the candidates and moderator safe, also prompted a disdainful response from Mr. Pence’s camp. “If Senator Harris wants to use a fortress around herself, have at it,” Katie Miller, a spokeswoman for the vice president, said in a statement.
 

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Donald has helped even more people lose jobs. That's simply a fact. When comparing bad presidents, donald is in the bottom one.
> Donald has helped even more people lose jobs.

I think you're confusing Donald Trump with the SARS-Cov-2 virus.

Just because the latter recently infected the former, does not make them synonymous. That's English Grammar 101.
 

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Can you please provide links to these studies? I don't trust anything that comes out of your mouth without factual evidence.
No. I read about them within the last five years or so and I'm not going to go digging for them just to satisfy you. If you don't believe me, I don't care. I didn't address that post to you anyway.
 

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From the AP: Trump Administration blocks FDA's attempt to impose safety standards on vaccines.
(because - who cares if they're safe as long as they come out before the election....)


The Food and Drug Administration laid out updated safety standards Tuesday for makers of COVID-19 vaccines after the White House blocked their formal release, the latest political tug-of-war between the Trump administration and the government's public health scientists.

In briefing documents posted on its website, the FDA said vaccine makers should follow trial participants for at least two months to rule out safety issues before seeking emergency approval. That requirement would almost certainly preclude the introduction of a vaccine before Nov. 3.

A senior administration official confirmed to the AP on Monday that the White House had blocked FDA's plans to formally publish the safety guidelines based on the 2-month data requirement, arguing there was "no clinical or medical reason" for it.

The requirements are aimed at companies seeking rapid approval through the FDA's emergency authorization pathway. That accelerated process, reserved for health emergencies, allows medical products onto the market based on a lower bar than traditional FDA approval.

Initial doses of vaccines for emergency use would likely be reserved for medical workers and people with health conditions that make them particularly vulnerable to coronavirus. Full FDA approval for the general population will require significantly more data and is not expected until mid-2021.
And this is what was meant by don't take a vaccine they rush out before the election. Inexcusable.
 
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