Can you be a democrat and not support AOC?

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I'd say it's hard to support AOC and remain a Democrat.

I've long refused to support either party but I certainly hope AOC runs for president in 2024.
Wait............wut?

No,........yes?

WTH?
I support individuals. Not party.
Then when is the last time you voted against the DNC individual man?
I voted Jorgensen. I voted Stein. Before that I voted Vermin Supreme and Barr before that.
Why did you vote for them?
They were the best candidates.

You do realize that democrats are mere puppets of their party as where Republicans can vote like democrats and still be in the party. Maybe the Republicans you voted for voted like democrats anyway.

That way you can pat yourself on the back for being so damned open minded and nonpartisan.
Where did I note that I voted for Republicans? Is this the only way you can see the world?
What made them the best candidates?

You can do this, I know you can.
The last time you had 8 year old Trump and Methuselah running. He sealed losing my vote when he (or whoever) picked Harris. Harris is the very person the protests last summer were about.

Before that you had Trump and Hillary. Maybe the worse two people in the country. Stein went out and protested with those who were trying to protect their water sources. I thought it great she backed her words up.

I voted Vermin Supreme as a lark. It made the local news. LOL

I voted Barr because there was something about Obama not trustworthy. I read him right. No way was I going to vote for war mongering McCain. Obama ended up being every bit as bad.
In other words, you feel your votes did not really matter that much.

And you would be right. The whole system is rigged one direction, with the illusion of choice.

After all, issues like abortion on demand, and endless illegal immigration, and rabid spending all are pillars upon which Washington DC stands along with their two party system. You can have minor differences, but that is all.
 

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I'd say it's hard to support AOC and remain a Democrat.

I've long refused to support either party but I certainly hope AOC runs for president in 2024.
Wait............wut?

No,........yes?

WTH?
I support individuals. Not party.
Then when is the last time you voted against the DNC individual man?
I voted Jorgensen. I voted Stein. Before that I voted Vermin Supreme and Barr before that.
Why did you vote for them?
They were the best candidates.

You do realize that democrats are mere puppets of their party as where Republicans can vote like democrats and still be in the party. Maybe the Republicans you voted for voted like democrats anyway.

That way you can pat yourself on the back for being so damned open minded and nonpartisan.
Where did I note that I voted for Republicans? Is this the only way you can see the world?
What made them the best candidates?

You can do this, I know you can.
The last time you had 8 year old Trump and Methuselah running. He sealed losing my vote when he (or whoever) picked Harris. Harris is the very person the protests last summer were about.

Before that you had Trump and Hillary. Maybe the worse two people in the country. Stein went out and protested with those who were trying to protect their water sources. I thought it great she backed her words up.

I voted Vermin Supreme as a lark. It made the local news. LOL

I voted Barr because there was something about Obama not trustworthy. I read him right. No way was I going to vote for war mongering McCain. Obama ended up being every bit as bad.
In other words, you feel your votes did not really matter that much.

And you would be right.
They mattered a lot. I did not vote to kill tens of thousands innocent people who never did a thing to us. You did. How do you sleep at night?
 

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Just curious since the loony left has taken over most of the party.
She's young, dumb and I wish I could fill her with my baby batter yet she will get an education in life as we all do. Trump wasn't the smartest in the bunch but he managed to make you his patsy.
 

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I'd say it's hard to support AOC and remain a Democrat.

I've long refused to support either party but I certainly hope AOC runs for president in 2024.
Wait............wut?

No,........yes?

WTH?
I support individuals. Not party.
If you support an individual attached to a party, you support a party. The Party comes with them.
I disagree but whatever makes you feel better.
 

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Just curious since the loony left has taken over most of the party.
Not really

We elected a moderate in Joe Biden.
Biden is a long time pragmatist working on what he can achieve not what the fringe wants done
Bullshit Biden is nothing more than a Puppet. He has no idea what he is endorsing or signing into law with his EO's
 

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I'd say it's hard to support AOC and remain a Democrat.

I've long refused to support either party but I certainly hope AOC runs for president in 2024.
Wait............wut?

No,........yes?

WTH?
I support individuals. Not party.
If you support an individual attached to a party, you support a party. The Party comes with them.
I disagree but whatever makes you feel better.
That's becoming a habit on the left. Petulant disagreement in the face of fact. That's how lying 5th graders operate.
 

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I'd say it's hard to support AOC and remain a Democrat.

I've long refused to support either party but I certainly hope AOC runs for president in 2024.
Wait............wut?

No,........yes?

WTH?
I support individuals. Not party.
If you support an individual attached to a party, you support a party. The Party comes with them.
I disagree but whatever makes you feel better.
That's becoming a habit on the left. Petulant disagreement in the face of fact. That's how lying 5th graders operate.
It's my opinion. I am the utmost expert on my opinion. You can stomp your feet all you want.
 

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Just curious since the loony left has taken over most of the party.
Not really

We elected a moderate in Joe Biden.
Biden is a long time pragmatist working on what he can achieve not what the fringe wants done
Bullshit Biden is nothing more than a Puppet. He has no idea what he is endorsing or signing into law with his EO's
More Conservative Propaganda

It is Biden who is moderating the demands of the far left. right now, he is the Republicans best friend
 

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Just curious since the loony left has taken over most of the party.
Not really

We elected a moderate in Joe Biden.
Biden is a long time pragmatist working on what he can achieve not what the fringe wants done
Bullshit Biden is nothing more than a Puppet. He has no idea what he is endorsing or signing into law with his EO's
More Conservative Propaganda

It is Biden who is moderating the demands of the far left. right now, he is the Republicans best friend
Trump supporters don't want moderate. They want name calling.
 

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Conservative democrat here. My candidates lose in the primaries mostly. I was active in the party and I would say from stats 40% of the registered democrats in the southern states are pro 2nd amendment and about the same or better are pro life. Getting those types elected comes down to the local inside party politics. Which can get rough. From what I have researched conservative minded democrats are too spread out over the country to make a difference in U.S. congressional seats but can in presidential elections.
 

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Conservative democrat here. My candidates lose in the primaries mostly. I was active in the party and I would say from stats 40% of the registered democrats in the southern states are pro 2nd amendment and about the same or better are pro life. Getting those types elected comes down to the local inside party politics. Which can get rough. From what I have researched conservative minded democrats are too spread out over the country to make a difference in U.S. congressional seats but can in presidential elections.
Nothing is going to change with guns or abortion.
 

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Just curious since the loony left has taken over most of the party.
Not really

We elected a moderate in Joe Biden.
Biden is a long time pragmatist working on what he can achieve not what the fringe wants done
Bullshit Biden is nothing more than a Puppet. He has no idea what he is endorsing or signing into law with his EO's
More Conservative Propaganda

It is Biden who is moderating the demands of the far left. right now, he is the Republicans best friend
Trump supporters don't want moderate. They want name calling.
That’s it in a nutshell. A verbal flamethrower being the weapon of choice.
 

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Just curious since the loony left has taken over most of the party.
Not really

We elected a moderate in Joe Biden.
Biden is a long time pragmatist working on what he can achieve not what the fringe wants done
Biden is a long time pragmatist working on what he can achieve not what the fringe wants done
Yeah

His 47 year career of doing squat proves that.
Biden is one of the most distinguished Senators of his era to go along with eight years in the Obama administration
 

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Just curious since the loony left has taken over most of the party.
Not really

We elected a moderate in Joe Biden.
Biden is a long time pragmatist working on what he can achieve not what the fringe wants done
Lol, Biden is doing as he is told to do. Like when he was in the middle of signing his EO's. He said, I don't know what I'm signing and the lady said. Just sign it, and he did.
 

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Just curious since the loony left has taken over most of the party.
Not really

We elected a moderate in Joe Biden.
Biden is a long time pragmatist working on what he can achieve not what the fringe wants done
Biden is a long time pragmatist working on what he can achieve not what the fringe wants done
Yeah

His 47 year career of doing squat proves that.
Biden is one of the most distinguished Senators of his era to go along with eight years in the Obama administration
Was is the more operative word
 

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