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  • #1728342

    ☕️coffee addict
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    So who you gonna vote for in the primary with all the candidates still in the race come primary day (only a question for Democrats)

    #1728719

    Joseph
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    Bernie Sanders

    #1728717

    Sam Klein
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    Non of these anti-semites.

    Hashem runs the USA and the entIre world Not the president

    #1728727

    charliehall
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    Joe Biden. The best candidate. He is the most experienced and he can bring the country back together again.

    #1728726

    Avi K
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    Sam, Hashem wants us to be His partner. That is why He made wheat grow and not bread.

    #1728732

    👑RebYidd23
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    Joe Biden is a creepy old white man. Why do Democrats want another creepy old white man for president?

    #1728755

    CTLAWYER
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    Ask me a year from now when we have a list of candidates who are on the primary ballot. Many of them he 23 will have dropped out of the race by then.
    I am not committing my time and or dollars to any of the candidates at this point.

    #1728817

    Joseph
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    CTL: Bernie will still be on the ballot and running.

    #1728822

    lakewhut
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    It’s going to be a Biden/Buttigieg nomination

    #1728826

    👑RebYidd23
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    Joseph, it’s not, there is none available, and why do you think so?

    #1728845

    CTLAWYER
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    @joseph
    Bernie would not be my first choice of the 23. But all speculation at this point is a waste of time. I will see how it shakes out before the CT primary and state convention. I will be a delegate

    #1728932

    ☕️coffee addict
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    Ctlawyer,

    This was just a poll saying Out of these 23 who would you pick

    I never asked who do you think will win the nomination I’m asking based on policy, electability etc.

    #1728993

    CTLAWYER
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    @coffeeaddict
    I posted ask me again when it’s actually primary season. I am not bothering investigating all 23 because I don’t expect to have to choose between them on primary day in CT.
    I would not vote for DiBlasio, Harris, O’Rourke. I can’t even name all 23 off the top of my head.

    #1729055

    Joseph
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    CTL: What’s your objection to de Blasio?

    #1729069

    ☕️coffee addict
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    Ctl,

    That could have been said 4 years ago on the republican side with potus

    #1729075

    CTLAWYER
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    @joseph
    the current NYC mayor has no real national or international experience
    We are currently suffering with a President who hails from NYC, not interested in another one
    The Dems need a candidate who is more geographically acceptable than NY/NE/NJ
    Guess that eliminates, DeBlasio, Sanders, Warren, Booker…….
    I think Buttegig and O’Rorke are too young

    Excuse typos and spelling please. My hands are not working well today, had hand surgery on Weds and still healing

    #1729083

    Health
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    There will be No 2020 election. Trump will cancel it; due to war with Iran!

    #1729092

    CTLAWYER
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    @coffeeaddict
    4 years ago (IIRC) there were only 16 seeking the Republican nomination

    #1729121

    Joseph
    Participant

    Refuah Shelamo, CTL.

    #1729149

    CTLAWYER
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    Thank you Joseph…………….
    after three years of Mrs. CTL’s illnesses and surgeries, B”H she is on the mend and I am dealing with my own deferred health issues.
    Hand surgery completed last week
    I see the ankle/foot surgeon tomorrow
    Opthamologist Tuesday for cataract consult
    Internist Friday……………………………………..
    Putting Medicare premiums to work

    #1729913

    Avi K
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    CTL,
    1. Refua sheleima.
    2. I predict that each Democrat will find something wrong another did in elementary school and/or so much try to stake out an even more Leftist position (now that Fake Pocahontas is calling for reparations for blacks someone will have to offer the country back to descendants of the original inhabitants) that Trump will win in landslide and the DP will go the way of the Whig Party.

    #1730400

    👑RebYidd23
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    When you use stupid insults like “Fake Pocahontas”, it makes me suppress my conservative tendencies out of a desire not to be associated with you.

    #1730851

    Avi K
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    RY, what would you say is a smart insult? I heard from one of his talmidim that Rav Gustman said that in Grodno one could hurl any insult on one’s chevruta except “baal bayit”.

    #1731057

    CTLAWYER
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    @AviK
    If Trump is still in office and runs for reelection I predict another close election. There country is very evenly divided going back to the 2000 Bush Gore election. With Bush losing popular vote and the court giving him an electoral college victory.
    Trump will lose the Blue states no matter who is the Democrat candidate. Blue state voters are fed up with his retribution for their votes in 2016. Starting with an income tax plan made to punish us. Reneging on already allocated federal funds, etc.

    I attended a Dem State Central committee meeting yesterday and there is an agreement among the members to not participate in any campaigning for primary candidates based on digging up dirt from the distant past, We have agreed as a whole to push the attributes of candidates. The opposing part will be the mudslingers. Wish this was the case in all states.

    #1731094

    Joseph
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    Bush won the popular vote in Florida and won the electoral college naturally at the voting booths. The Supreme Court simply denied Gore’s attempt to steal the election in the courtroom after losing it at the voting booth. Every Florida count, official and unofficial, showed a Bush victory. Even the leftist-media’s manual hand-count they conducted after President Bush was in office.

    #1731124

    ubiquitin
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    “Every Florida count, official and unofficial, showed a Bush victory”

    Like most of your posts this one is simply false

    A study was done in the months after the election and while bush would’ve won the recount of the questioned counties. Gore would have won a statewide recount (which granted he never asked for)

    See “Tanner, Robert and Sharon L. Crenson. “Florida Review Shows Narrowest Margin The Associated Press, 11 Nov 2001.”

    #1731157

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    @ctlawyer “Starting with an income tax plan made to punish us. ”
    That’s news to me. I thought his tax plan was just rearranging how to pay. Lower taxes, no exemptions. How does that get Dems?

    #1731159

    Participant
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    “I attended a Dem State Central committee meeting yesterday and there is an agreement among the members to not participate in any campaigning for primary candidates based on digging up dirt from the distant past, ”
    About time.

    #1731161

    Avi K
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    CTL,
    1. Maybe your committee agreed but nobody else did – including the candidates who will probably multiply in the coming year.
    2. I just saw an article in The Hill predicting that more leftist Dems in the House will push for impeachment. This will create a media circus with a boomerang effect.
    3. You have not responded to my contention that the candidates will be goaded into staking out positions further and further to the left. This will scare moderate voters into Trump’s camp. The same thing happened in 2016. Hillary was ahead by ten points in the polls until she made a speech in which she declared war on religious freedom. This was even too much for The Washington Post

    #1731280

    Joseph
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    Ubiq: Every official count as well as the major manual recount jointly conducted by the major mainstream media showed that Bush won.

    #1731467

    ubiquitin
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    ” as well as the major manual recount jointly conducted by the major mainstream media showed that Bush won.”

    Again, i’m not sure what recount you are reffering to. There was recount done by The National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago. This was funded by : the AP CNN, WSJ, NYT WaPO the LA Times, , Chicago Tribune and some others.

    The yfound “no matter what standard is used, after a recount of all uncounted votes, Gore would have been the victor.” (quote from wikipedia end of page on “2000 United States presidential election recount in Florida”)

    now again, Gore did not request a statewide recount, and had the recount of the contested counties not been interrupted then bush would have won , so it isnt quite right to sya the supreme court handed bush the election.

    however it is also wrong to say ““Every Florida count, official and unofficial, showed a Bush victory””

    #1731503

    CTLAWYER
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    @participant
    I said punish Blue States, I did not say punish Democrats (don’t put words in my mouth),

    Mass, CT, NY, NJ, CA are loaded with people who pay more than 10K annually in property tax and state income and sales taxes who are adversely affected by the new tax laws. The changes increased the CTL family tax bill by more than 25K for 2018

    CA is suing for already allocated rail funds Trump has withheld

    #1731528

    CTLAWYER
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    @joseph my favorite troll
    #1 This poll was for Democrats, I don’t know why you and inserted your selves here uninvited, you are like a crasher at a kiddush

    #2 I never used the word Florida. Bush lost the nationwide popular vote. The court decision gave him an Electoral College victory. Why try to argue with facts?

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