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    You mean the bitter hate you demonstrate in your celebrating RBG’s death and using the junior school favourite term ‘loser’ to describe everyone who has a different viewpoint, the bigotry you demonstrated in your brushing off BLM simply as ‘leftist riots’ that need ‘crushing’, and the sexism you demonstrated in referring to Justice Ginsburg repeatedly as “old bat”. This place is not a political rally, you delusional, impertinent little cretin. Stop treating it as such.
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    They are delusional just like 2016
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    All those words and yet, nothing to back it up. Lets look at what a real liberal journalist says about the Democratic Party at this juncture.
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    Insults and bad manners are all that These losers have left. Give the poor guy a break he Is clearly a product of our failed public schools not to mention incompetent child upbringing. This is all he has left, bitter hate, bigotry and sexism.
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    McConnell is a career politician that will most likely be flushed out when President Trump and real conservatives complete the cleaning of the swamp in his second term. The real shakeup is going to be the moderate silent majority, especially Blacks, Hispanics, Asian, and of course, Women, who will impose that message as conservative voices of all races and gender, because they know the jackass blue party is racist, sexist, anti-american and anti-family, and the GOP will take not only all the branches of the federal government but replace the majority of Governors and major city Mayors up for election before 7 pm Pacific. The Democrat lifer politicians, RINOs and left wing fanatics have sealed their fates over the last 5 years. By the way, these are headlines from a self proclaimed liberal reporter with a long record of being truthful and honest. And yes, President Trump has been nominated for TWO! Nobel Peace prizes.
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    Everyone on this forum is a liberal. Just troll them, I recommend not communicating.
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    Rev. Robert Graetz dead.
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    Came up with Diet Pepsi, told Nixon to bomb Chile. Difficult to work out which of these is the bigger evil, tbh.
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    Donald Kendall, former head of PepsiCo, dead at 99.
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    Pretty much how I saw it @Joey Russ, thanks for that. From a Dem point-of-view on this, I think their key aims are to make sure they avoid a vote before Election Day and then hope that Biden and Mark Kelly both win. That would mean the Republicans were deprived of their majority before January and Biden would nominate Ginsburg's replacement in January. Mad to think if the maths add up the Republicans might still try to ram it through before January even if they were set to lose control of the Senate and the Presidency - surely not...
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    The way I see it, the Democrats currently are very likely to at least gain some senate seats for the next session. In fact, a lot of Republican held seats have potential to flip this in this election. So what seats exactly are competitive this time around? I’ll go around and name the likelihood of a seat flipping from most likely to least likely (at least those who even has a slight potential of flipping. Arizona: Martha McSally has run an abysmal campaign. Last time I checked she’s less popular than Kirsten Sinema, who’s a democrat. And with all that, Mark Kelly himself has run a solid campaign. I’d be surprised if this seat doesn’t flip. Colorado: The state is definitely becoming quite solid towards the Democrats (Hillary won it in 2016), and Cory Gardner is not really liked there. And you have a former governor who was quite popular. So why do I put this seat as less likely than Arizona? Basically what puts it down is that Hickenlooper did have to deal with an ethics investigation this year, which I think hurts him slightly. Still, this seat will mostly be a dem pick up. North Carolina: After Arizona and Colorado, there aren’t any seats that seem like guarantees. However, the next closest seat has to be North Carolina. Thom Tillis is quite wishy washy, and Cal Cunningham is running a solid campaign. Besides that, Tillis only won his seat by about a percentage point in a Republican wave year. That puts Tillis in a certain amount of danger. Could Tillis hold on? I’d say yes, but I do think at this point Cunningham is the favorite Maine: Despite it’s blue lean I don’t think Maine is a guaranteed pick up. You see, Susan Collins was a very popular incumbent before the whole Kavanaugh situation, and she won by massive percentage points in the past. She won’t win by that large of a margin now, but she could very well eke out a victory ala Joe Manchin. Sarah Gideon is not a bad opponent though, which means this race is still competitive, and Gideon certainly could win Iowa: I think Iowa is the most likely tipping point state of the dems win the senate race outright. This race is definitely a toss up. Joni Ernst is not really well liked as an incumbent, and Theresa Greenfield has done a decent job fundraising. Polling shows Greenfield ahead as well. The thing is, most people expect Iowa to vote for Trump in the presidential election, so the is on whether Greenfield would have enough Trump voters to put her on top. It’s certainly plausible. I think it’s too early to really know who’ll win. Montana: This race is interesting. You have Steve Bullock who is still a quite popular governor running up against Steve Daines who, unlike many of the other senate candidates mentioned, is still quite popular. But Montana was also one of the few states to re elect a red state democrat, so it’s certainly plausible that Montana gets picked up. However, I do think the advantage goes to Daines at this point. After Montana, there’s a steep drop off in chances of picking up seats from other Republicans. However, if there were seats that the dems could pick up, it’d go like this South Carolina: If you told me that South Carolina would be competitive last year, I would be laughing my ass off. However, there’s some polling that indicates the race is much tighter than it should be. Jamie Harrison is also running a good campaign, and good candidates does help your chances of winning that seat. Still, I expect Lindsey Graham will win the seat, but it definitely could be closer than expected. Georgia (regular): Tbh, I’m not really confident that this senate race is as competitive as people say, but the margins will probably be decently close. I don’t think Georgia’s quite there into being a true swing state, but hey, I’ve been surprised before. Kansas: It’s really shocking that Kansas is being seen as potentially competitive. I thought once Kobach lost the primary the chance of this race being competitive would dwindle, but there are still polls that show the race is within a couple percentage points. Given the red lean of Kansas I still expect Roger Marshall to win, but I think there’s a small chance of an upset. Alaska: Alaska is probably the most under the radar of all the races I’m mentioning, but Al Gross is running a pretty solid campaign. Also Dan Sullivan only won by about 2 percentage points last time. I still think the Republican lean will get Sullivan the win, but is the upset potential there. I’d say it’s possible Georgia (special): it’s weird to see a somewhat swing state being below some reliably red states, but that’s how I feel about the special election. Reason is that the top two polled candidates currently is Kelly Loeffler, the incumbent Republican... and Doug Collins, a Republican representative. I’d be surprised if a democrat makes the run off tbh. The one thing that gives them a chance is that Loeffler is a corrupto, which might allow dems to steal second place behind Collins. Texas: This seat should be more competitive, but MJ Hegar is not running a good campaign at all. That and Cornyn is not as unpopular as Cruz. If the Democrats nominated a better candidate, they might’ve had a better chance of picking this seat up (though I still think Cornyn would be the favorite). Definitely a wasted opportunity. Mississippi: Cindy Hyde Smith is running against Mike Espy again, who was within 7 points of beating. It’s not impossible to think that Espy could improve on his margin, but even if he improves his margin Hyde Smith has about a 99% chance of winning. Kentucky: Last, and certainly least, there’s Kentucky. Oh boy. Where to even begin with this one. Amy McGrath is such an abysmal candidate. In fact I think the only reason the dems wanted her is that she’s a good fundraiser. Plus, of all the states I’ve mentioned Kentucky is easily the most Republican leaning of them all. In fact, Charles Booker was a much better candidate than McGrath and would make that race much more competitive... and he would be struggling to defeat Mitch McConnell. Just because someone is super unpopular doesn’t mean they’ll get taken down is a solidly red state. Don’t donate your money to this race. You have a much better pick up opportunity in any of the races I mentioned above then you ever would in Kentucky. Last thing I want to mention is that the Republicans don’t have a lot of pickup opportunities. They will certainly get Alabama. But there’s definitely a second potential seat the Republicans could pick up: in Michigan. Michigan will most likely go to the Democrats this time, and the incumbent dem Gary Peters will most likely win. Keep in mind, however, that Peters opponent John James got within 7 points of Debbie Stabenow, who was more popular than Peters. And there also was some polling that showed Peters leading less comfortably than he should be. So while I think it’s likely that Gary Peters win in Michigan, definitely don’t count out the possibility of John James pulling the upset and taking the seat from Peters.
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    That's almost a compliment as far as passing judgement goes with you, Quim.
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    You’re a very balanced combination of moron and cunt.
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    David Cook (wiki), Northern Irish politician who served as Lord Mayor of Belfast (1978–1979) and Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly (1982–1986) dead from COVID-19 at 76. The first notable person to die from the disease in the UK since historian Arthur Keaveney on 23rd June.
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shehu_Idris Shehu Idris, Emir of Zazzau (traditional state in Nigeria) dies aged 84 after 45 years on the throne.
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    Potential Gris Gris candidate Rossana Rossanda is dead at 96
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    The Nigeria Football Federation has announced the death of another member of its Executive Committee, Musa Duhu. In a statement posted on its official twitter account Sunday, the NFF confirmed that Mr Duhu, who is also the chairman of the Adamawa State Football Association, died Saturday night after a brief illness. SC
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    Inside info or maybe he got him confused with RBG.
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    Because EVERYTHING is racist now. Even what I just said is racist. As that as well, and that..................
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    Agreed. Jimmy Carter was a weak leader and hopefully he wont be around in the next election for us to hear his stupid worthless opinions.
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    Nixon was building a healthy and beneficial relationship with China, while Jimmy Carter was weak on every front. And as I say if we had someone like Jimmy Carter as president today China would be the dominant world power.
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    Jimmy Carter was the weakest president we have ever had. If he were president today we would all be speaking Chinese!
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