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Viewing thread Good luck with this poll, DJT, Feb 19, 2019 at 8:16 PM
    1. tinydancer
      tinydancer
      Belated thanks for the rep!

      yours,
      td
    2. P@triot
      P@triot
      Also, read your statement again. First you ask if we can agree that (and I quote here) "D's are however, much worse. Do we agree on that?". Then you turn around and say (and again I quote) "But, people like you think the R's are so much better. They are not". Uh...what?!? You just said yourself the "D's are much worse". If the D's are "much worse" that means by default that "R's are much better". :cuckoo:

      For the record - I think Republicans are miserable asshole big government liberals and I've never voted for a one of them in my life. My point was, you're an absolute buffoon for thinking liberals will unite with you because they want what you want. They do not (Christ, read a couple of liberal posts on USMB already).
    3. P@triot
      P@triot
      I understand exactly who your posts were intended for and that's why it's so comical. The fact that you actually believe Democrats (not the politicians but the citizens) so not want stateism indicates you are woefully out of touch with reality. The left in this country (again, not the politicians) are never going to unite with us because all they crave is bigger and more centralized government.
    4. there4eyeM
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