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12 minutes ago, toomuchbaloney said:

Governor Dunleavy of Alaska

Governors are the game in the absence of strong national leadership...

Alaska is in trouble with their tall Trump. 

The campaign is irrelevant for most people now...Biden is going to have to figure out how to embrace Medicare for all in the recovery from a national health crisis. 

Of course.

Most people with any sense in their head, are rightfully concerned about coronavirus.

An agency nurse at the faculty were I work PRN, tested positive for coronavirus.

A Lexington firefighter tested positive. Now eight fire fighters are self-isolating.

Our entire society is being upended by this virus.

And there is no end in sight.

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Amanpour and Company

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Published on Mar 31, 2020
Republican strategist Stuart Stevens is known for advising key GOP campaigns like Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential bid. Now he has written a powerful mea culpa for the Washington Post, laying the blame for what he regards as President Trump’s failed response to the coronavirus pandemic squarely at the feet of all Republicans. Michel speaks with Stevens about all this and about his new book, “It Was All a Lie: How the Republican Party Became Donald Trump." Originally aired on March 31, 2020.

Think about this when you vote in November. Vote blue in every contest. 

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34 minutes ago, herring_RN said:

 

Isnt this the guy who way back in the during the republican 2016 primaries went around telling everyone Trump was Wallace, but worse?

So much for credibility.

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3 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:

Amanpour and Company

Think about this when you vote in November. Vote blue in every contest. 

I ALWAYS do, baloney!!!!

Under no circumstances would I vote for Trump, or any KY Republican.

None.

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On 4/4/2020 at 12:33 PM, Lucylu71 said:

Isnt this the guy who way back in the during the republican 2016 primaries went around telling everyone Trump was Wallace, but worse?

So much for credibility.

I don't remember that.  

In my lifetime I've only seen two candidates for President of the United States promoting hate and violence. The first was George Wallace in 1968.

George Wallace learned better from nurses and nursing assistants whose kindness helped him renounce and apologize for his racism. I posted about it here:  https://allnurses-breakroom.com/in-marking-th-anniversary-of-t142643/?do=findComment&comment=1400909

I saw and heard George Wallace apologize to the American people on the Merv griffin show.    George Wallace Apologizes | 3 

Has President Trump ever apologized?

 

 

 

 

 

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Trump/Wallace seems like a fair comparison to me!

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10 hours ago, herring_RN said:

 

Wow.  I guess once it got down to just Biden, he was comfortable enough to endorse him.

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10 hours ago, Lucylu71 said:

Wow.  I guess once it got down to just Biden, he was comfortable enough to endorse him.

Does it even matter?

How many people actually pay attention to endorsements?

Very few, would be my guess.

Endorsements used to matter. 

Hey, the fact that Joe Biden isn't Donald John Trump, is all I need to cast my vote for Biden.

There is nothing in this world, that could ever make me consider voting for Trump.

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11 hours ago, Lucylu71 said:

Wow.  I guess once it got down to just Biden, he was comfortable enough to endorse him.

We've noticed that no former president has endorsed the Liar in Chief, not even the last Republican president is comfortable with Trump. Does that get a "wow" for political oddity, because that absence of endorsement seems more noteworthy than the black guy making a late announcement. 

Also, are republican voters really comfortable voting for the guy who insists that he has total authority but no accountability? Even Fox news commented that GOP heads would have exploded had OBama said such a thing. 

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