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The Harris/Biden Administration: Coming Together to Build Back Better

HFrog1999

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Dogfrog

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Meanwhile, China is gobbling up all the rare earths around the world that will be needed to fuel all these electric vehicles that Biden and his administration are pushing.

We're going to trade dependence on OPEC for dependence on China in about a decade, and these morons either can't see it or are willingly setting this up.
Or earning their paychecks.
 

Zubaz

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Kind of insane to argue the right has stayed static since 2008, when the guy they ran in 2008 became a target of right wing outrage.
 
Kind of insane to argue the right has stayed static since 2008, when the guy they ran in 2008 became a target of right wing outrage.
Terrible take. McCain thought he could be the “reach across the aisle” guy who could unite the country. He moved to the middle, and after the liberals hysterically rejected him, so did the conservatives. His name has fallen back into favor among liberals simply as a prop to be used by disingenuous liberals looking to score anti-Trump points today.
 
Remember when I warned about mainstreaming pedophilia a few weeks ago when I exposed the group that is re-branding pedophiles as "Minor Attracted Persons" so as not to be so offensive to, uh, pedophiles.

Now Colorado wants to re-brand sex offenders as 'adults who commit sexual offenses' to make it less offensive to, uh, sex offenders.

This is what happens when liberal pathogens infect people's minds.

 

Zubaz

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Terrible take. McCain thought he could be the “reach across the aisle” guy who could unite the country. He moved to the middle, and after the liberals hysterically rejected him, so did the conservatives. His name has fallen back into favor among liberals simply as a prop to be used by disingenuous liberals looking to score anti-Trump points today.
Are you really suggesting that the Republicans of today are the same as the Republicans from 2008, as that chat y suggests?
 
There used to be a professor from Canada on here who always argued that America was NOT becoming more and more liberal with each and each generation. It was hilarious to watch him twist himself into knots trying to defend that ridiculous notion, especially given that he lived in the confines of an academic bubble on what's basically an Island off the easternmost coast of Canada.
 
Are you really suggesting that the Republicans of today are the same as the Republicans from 2008, as that chat y suggests?
The right may have moved a little back towards what they were before 2008 on some issues, but it's undeniable that the left is moving at warp speed towards the western horizon. The right has consistently moved to the left since WWII, though in small increments. The left seems to take another 'Great Leap Forward' about every 20 or so years. And no, I'm not using 'Great Leap Forward' ironically.

As a fact checker, I'll give that graphic a "True."
 
Spot on- since 2008, the right has firmly adopted the immigration stances of Democratic icons Barbara Jordan and Cesar Chavez.
It's hilarious to go back and watch what liberals like Biden, Pelosi and Schumer had to say about immigration in the mid-2000s. Some of them made Trump look progressive. As usual, the media has memory-holed those videos.
 

Dogfrog

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There used to be a professor from Canada on here who always argued that America was NOT becoming more and more liberal with each and each generation. It was hilarious to watch him twist himself into knots trying to defend that ridiculous notion, especially given that he lived in the confines of an academic bubble on what's basically an Island off the easternmost coast of Canada.
“Irony”?
 
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