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it's roughly the same now as it was in November 2016, when all of you CORRECTLY said the economy wasn't working everywhere. That areas hadn't recovered like Wall Street, like NYC, DC, cosmopolitan bubbles.
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Weird she can remember that.
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Trump was declared the winner by pretty much every poll available after he pantsed Jeb for W's Iraq, went as far as saying in a GOP debate that his brother lied to get us in Iraq.
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Replying to @NoahCRothman
lol this has already happened. Guess none of you NeverTrump Conservatives actually remember the GOP primary or debates.
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Replying to @JRubinBlogger
Session's did the same thing. Why then can't anyone else from here on out use this defense? Do Dems need to exploit this for R's to see, just kidding I know R's don't GAF.
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The Sessions defense. R's understand if they can do it, corrupt D's will be able to as well in the future right?
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no one fucking cares about the language the President used, well aside from maybe CNN. It was the meaning behind it.
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Replying to @anniekarni
And why is the DC bubbled media so obsessed to make ignorant grifting Conservatives into wonks?
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Shhh
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Replying to @samstein
In what way was This a good faith compromise again?
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Replying to @ThePlumLineGS
It was actually a blessing Trump blew that deal up. Durbin had no idea what he was doing and almost allowed the Trump admin to significantly reduce legal immigration, cutting the visa lottery by 50%. In no way is that a compromise by Dems, that's surrender.
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Is Biden going to write a gossip book too? 2020 is the Millennial revenge, no more Republicans as the Dem nominee
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5_min conversation 11h
Replying to @shannonrwatts
One argument Dems need to begin making...the President is already Pence,then it shifts around depending the topic: on taxes it's Paul Ryan, on immigration it's Stephen Miller, on Justices, The Federalist Society/Heritage Foundation, etc
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5_min conversation 11h
Replying to @simonhedlin @TomSteyer
Also Pence would be easier to beat, the clown show distractions are gone, the cult of personality is gone, but the same incredibly unpopular policies remain. News networks would have to do their jobs reporting policy again.
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Replying to @simonhedlin @TomSteyer
Yes. He's effectively already the President. I don't think Pence will threaten nuclear powers over twitter. So yes, Pence is better.
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5_min conversation 14h
Meanwhile you lot want to copy Wisconsin, Kansas, Oklahoma...
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Conservatives are worried Trump is being too obvious, think everything can go back to normal if they try to fake caring again.
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Replying to @pattistraus @JebBush
He'd rubber stamp for Trump. Now if you like the way our country is being run, support Mittens, if not, the problem isn't Trump, it's contemporary conservatism. The difference between Romney and Trump is Romney doesn't like to tweet.
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5_min conversation 14h
#1 in jobs and gdp growth ... how's Kansas, Oklahoma, or Texas for that matter by comparison? Why is Wisconsin in the bottom 5 for job growth under Walker?
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5_min conversation 14h
As are the other 4 names listed.
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