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Old 04-07-2020, 08:38 AM   #31
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Old 04-07-2020, 08:39 AM   #32
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now it looks like a line of robot soldiers marching north and practicing good social distancing

 
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Old 04-07-2020, 08:52 AM   #33
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Old 04-07-2020, 09:07 AM   #34
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Old 04-07-2020, 09:12 AM   #35
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Old 04-07-2020, 09:12 AM   #36
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no... he's basically a boomer liberal Democrat whose policies over the years have reflected the views of his constituency– other boomer liberal Democrats
so we have to wait until the boomers die to get a candidate that isn't an alleged rapist with clear cognitive decline

 
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Old 04-07-2020, 09:17 AM   #38
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Yeah and by that time the ones that come after that will be old enough for mental decline themselves

 
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Old 04-07-2020, 09:47 AM   #41
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Don't forget many of these junior scumbags will be having sex without using birth control.

1. Hope Hicks — A former child model and actor who became a public relations professional after college, Hicks, 29, joined Trump’s presidential campaign as press secretary after working on Ivanka Trump’s fashion line. She now serves as the White House communications director, the youngest person to ever hold the position. She is considered a top Trump adviser and is one of the most senior members of his administration despite her age.

2. Mary Elizabeth Taylor — This 28-year-old found her way into the national spotlight during the Neil Gorsuch confirmation hearings when the media began to speculate about the identity of the young woman of color sitting in the gallery day after day. Taylor is a former Senate cloakroom staffer who helped broker backroom deals to get legislation passed. After the November 2016 election, she became special assistant to President Donald Trump handling presidential nominations, with more than 100 confirmed nominees this year.

3. Antonia Okafor — This 28-year-old beauty queen is a champion of concealed carry and the Second Amendment. She started EmPOWERed, a nonprofit organization that seeks to train college women to use guns safely on campus. Okafor debuted at CPAC in 2017 on Katie Pavlich’s NRA panel "Armed and Fabulous" and shared the stage with President Trump in April at the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum. She is a frequent Fox News and Blaze TV contributor.

4. ****** Aronson — The press secretary for the House Ways and Means Committee, 29-year-old Aronson worked to spread the word on the benefits of the GOP tax bill that was recently passed and signed into law. Previously, she served as press secretary for the House Committee on Education and the Workforce and as a senior media relations associate at the American Enterprise Institute.

5. Kayleigh McEnany — A longtime CNN contributor who started out as a producer on Mike Huckabee’s Fox TV show after graduating from college, McEnany was famous for her confrontational style in debating left-leaning CNN commentators and hosts like Van Jones and Charles Blow. In August 2017, the 29-year-old left CNN suddenly to become the RNC spokeswoman. Her book, “The New American Revolution: The Making of a Populist Movement,” was released in January.

6. Rep. Christina Hagan — In 2011, while still in college and waiting tables at two restaurants, Hagan became the youngest woman ever elected to the Ohio House of Representatives and has been re-elected by larger and larger margins each year since. Now 29, Hagan has held multiple leadership positions including Midwest chair of the ALEC Women’s Caucus and chair of the Electoral College in Ohio for then-President-elect Donald Trump.

7. Charlie Kirk — In 2012, at just 18 years old, Kirk founded Turning Point USA, an advocacy group for young conservatives. Now 24, Kirk serves as the nonprofit's executive director and is credited with leading the "millennial assault" during the Trump campaign. Turning Point USA has a presence on more than 1,000 college and high school campuses across the country.

8. Rep. Aaron Pilkington — Healthcare policy is the issue that animates this 27-year-old, and Pilkington has wasted no time after being elected to the Arkansas House in putting forth innovative healthcare legislation that is expected to save the state hundreds of millions of dollars while improving care at the same time. He also voted to cut regulations, protect the unborn, and promote constitutional carry in the state.

9. Rep. Niraj Antani — At 26, Antani is already serving his second term in the Ohio House, where he is the youngest-serving member. He received the Legislator of the Year award from the AMVETS organization in Ohio for helping veterans and the Distinguished Government Service Award by the Ohio Association of Career Colleges and Schools for his work to make higher education more accessible to the middle class.

10. Rep. Chuck Gray — Being the youngest member of the Wyoming State Legislature didn’t stop 27-year-old Gray from becoming lead sponsor on Wyoming’s first pro-life bill in more than two decades, which was signed into law in 2017. Gray also advocates controlling state spending and working against tax increases. He communicates his conservative principles by hosting two local radio programs.

11. Ryan Fournier — Still a political science major at Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina, 22-year-old Fournier founded and served as national chair of Students for Trump and has been frequently featured on Fox News, CNN, NBC, and many other media outlets. Fournier will graduate college in 2018 and is working on launching a nonprofit, Generation Onward, to advocate for America First policies on U.S. college campuses.

12. Joseph Picozzi — Elected as the youngest-ever chairman of the D.C. Federation of College Republicans, 22-year-old Picozzi took a team of campaigners to Bucks County, Pennsylvania, to stump for Donald Trump, Sen. Pat Toomey, and Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick in 2016. A graduate of Georgetown University’s government program, he recently landed a job as staff assistant in the Office of the House Majority Leader.

13. Diante Johnson—At only 21 years old, Johnson has already founded the Black Conservative Foundation, a millennial-targeted organization that promotes policies that lead to economic stability, educational opportunities, and community service and leadership. The Chicago native has run for local office in Illinois, served as a field director for the Trump campaign, been featured on CNN and other media outlets, and recently wrote a piece for the Washington Examiner about the benefits of the tax reform bill.

14. Michael Knowles—This 27-year-old burst onto the scene in early 2017 by making The New York Times Best-Seller List with a book called “Reasons To Vote For Democrats: A Comprehensive Guide,” which was endorsed by President Trump in the early months of his administration. The book’s pages were all blank, but Knowles went on to become a political commentator and managing editor for Ben Shapiro’s site, The Daily Wire.

15. Lawrence B. Jones III — Working with Project Veritas in 2013, Jones was involved in exposing fraud by vendors enrolling individuals in the Obamacare marketplace plans. Only 25, Jones has his own show on TheBlaze Radio Network and is a contributor for Blaze TV, Fox News, and other media outlets. In 2016, Jones exclusively interviewed the parents of Micah Johnson, a Dallas resident who ambushed and shot police in a much-publicized incident.

16. Tomi Lahren — It was a tumultuous year for Lahren, 25, who reportedly lost her job at TheBlaze for publicly supporting pro-choice views during a guest appearance on “The View,” and then later sued her former employer for wrongful termination. Meanwhile, she became a Fox News contributor and spokeswoman for Great America Alliance, a pro-Donald Trump super PAC. She continues to provide commentary on conservative issues and is a strong millennial voice within the Republican Party.

17. Gus Portela — In 2017, the 28-year-old went from executive director of the College Republican National Committee to director of external affairs and operations at the Hispanic Leadership Fund in Washington, D.C. Portela has worked extensively to foster online engagement about voting among millennials and has been actively involved in several major political campaigns, including Rick Santorum’s presidential primary campaign in 2012.

18. Juan Pablo Andrade — This 23-year-old has worked with Trump and the RNC since the 2016 campaign as an adviser on the National Diversity Coalition and at the nonprofit America First Policies as a policy adviser. Andrade has appeared on NewsmaxTV, CNN Latino, Univision, Telemundo, and The Hill on issues like immigration and diversity.

19. Katie Pavlich — A journalist who writes regularly for Townhall.com and The Hill, Pavlich is also a National Review Washington Fellow and television commentator on Fox News’ “The Five.” The 29-year-old wrote “Fast and Furious: Barack Obama’s Bloodiest Scandal and Its Shameless Cover-Up” and “Assault & Flattery: The Truth About the Left and Their War on Women.” Pavlich also speaks on college campuses across the country about conservative issues.

20. John McEntee — A former starting quarterback for the University of Connecticut's football team and viral YouTube trick-shot star, this 27-year-old first joined the Trump campaign as a volunteer in 2015. He worked his way up and now serves as the president's body man and personal aide. As Politico put it, "He’s one of the few White House staffers who gets his calls answered on the first ring."

21. Kassy Dillon — This Mount Holyoke University senior created Lone Conservative, a platform to give conservative students a place to voice for their opinions and report liberal bias and abuse. The 21-year-old has also been a staff contributor at Campus Reform and contributor to Red Alert Politics, The Daily Wire, Fox News, and The Hill. Dillon focuses on free speech and cultural issues as they impact college students.

22. Gabrielle Boschč — A 28-year-old expert on the millennial generation who has written four best-selling books on millennial issues, Boschč founded and runs The Millennial Solution, a training and consulting company that uses her expertise to help companies understand and motivate millennials who work for them. Boschč also gave a now famous TED talk about the millennial generation and encourages entrepreneurship and free-market principles whenever she can.

23. Kristin Tate — At age 25, Tate has already published her first book, "Government Gone Wild," and has a second, "How Do I Tax Thee?", being released in March. Tate is also a frequent guest on Fox News, CNN, and NewsmaxTV, where she offers conservative views on the issues. She also writes a regular column for The Hill.

24. Cabot Phillips — The 24-year-old media director of the online publication Campus Reform and director of campus outreach for the Leadership Institute also worked on Marco Rubio's presidential primary campaign in 2016. Perhaps most famously, Phillips is also a YouTube partner with videos that have more than 100 million views. He created "man on the street" videos during the election season that were featured on Fox News and other radio and TV shows and is a regular contributor to Fox News, TheBlaze, and NewsmaxTV.

25. Chelsi Bennett — A motivational speaker, political strategist and commentator, and pastor’s wife, Bennett, 29, has her hands full but seems to handle it all with grace and competence. She was the youngest elected official in Jacksonville, Florida, in 2010, all while earning her law degree and serving as a campus missionary. She also helped found 20/20 Leaders of America, a bipartisan criminal justice reform organization. Bennett remains a busy professional while living in Richmond, Virginia, and running a young adult ministry with her husband.

26. Sadie Robertson — Like her famous father and grandfather (Willie and Phil Robertson), the 20-year-old “Duck Dynasty” — and “Dancing With the Stars” — star publicly endorsed Donald Trump prior to the 2016 election. Robertson does not focus as much on politics as some of her other family members, but makes no secret of her conservative, pro-life views or her Christian faith as she speaks to young audiences across the U.S.

27. Lila Rose — A leading voice in the pro-life movement, Rose started the organization Live Action when she was only 15. The organization made a series of undercover videos at Planned Parenthood locations showing that the organization often failed to report illegal situations like a purported prostitution ring or women who were abused. Now 29, Rose writes regularly for The Hill, Politico, USA Today, and First Things. She also speaks internationally on culture and family issues.

28. Chandler Thornton — In June, Thornton was elected national chairman of the College Republican National Committee after serving as the Northeast regional vice chair. The CRNC has more than 250,000 members on 1,800 college campuses and has been active for 125 years. As national chairman, Thornton, 24, wants to advocate for conservative policies that will bring about positive change for the country and appeal to young voters.

29. Thomas Hern — The 25-year-old former youth organizer began a new adventure in November as grassroots director at ACT for America, an organization of 750,000 conservatives that advocates for legislation to promote conservative policies. This position builds on Hern’s experience as director of field operations for Turning Point USA, which holds youth conferences to mobilize young adults and educate them about conservative issues.

30. Eli Nachmany — After taking time off to work as a full-time, paid staffer on the Donald Trump for President campaign as an advance press lead, Nachmany graduated summa cum laude from New York University at age 21. He has been accepted to Harvard Law School but is deferring his start date to work as a political appointee in the Trump administration, specifically as a writer with the Department of Interior.

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Old 04-07-2020, 10:02 AM   #42
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i kind of like boris. what a character! he wrote a novel about himself. i appreciate his doofishness.
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Old 04-07-2020, 10:14 AM   #43
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Old 04-07-2020, 10:22 AM   #44
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Would Mr. Darcy be a Brexiteer?

 
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Old 04-07-2020, 11:18 AM   #45
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I have been thinking about it, and I think Mr. Darcy would be a bit ambivalent about the whole thing. One the one hand, he's clearly invested in the maintenance (if marginal opening-up to those of proven good character and leadership) of the landed aristocracy. I think he would be loath to relinquish power from the traditional ruling class even to the ascendant British bourgeois, let alone foreign corporate interests. On the other hand, the man is clearly a pragmatist, a utilitarian, and a humanitarian; he would be frightened that Brexit would diminish British standing and influence in European/global financial affairs and he certainly would have no patience for the low-brow racism of pro-brexit rhetoric.

I think in public he would remain guarded with his opinions, reluctantly vote leave, and try to position himself as a leader of the transition.

Elizabeth and her father would vote remain, and would be disappointed in Mr. Darcy, but respect his actions because they trust the seriousness with which he made the decision. Mrs. Bennett would hang a portrait of Boris in the parlor, to everyone's great frustration.

 
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Old 04-07-2020, 11:58 AM   #46
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I have nothing against liberal non-politicians (used to be one until pretty recently) but you guys aren’t going to guilt me into voting for Biden. He’s not going to beat Trump and he’s not going to win my state so me writing in Bernie or voting for the Green Party isn’t going to affect anything.

I hope people can respect my decision not to vote for someone I detest. Trump being worse isn’t enough for me to potentially vote for 8 years of Biden.

 
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Old 04-07-2020, 12:14 PM   #47
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i think a lot of people have a misconception that politics is about "voting for someone you like." politics is about power. voting is one political tool granted to citizens to gain/exercise power. i'm going to use my power to vote for the person who will wield and allocate power in a way that is balanced between being best for me and my community/family and yet fair to others. i don't expect to personally like whoever that person ends up being.

but most of my political activity exists outside of the ballot box. because voting is a pretty lame way to find power, and if you expect it to do all of your power-allocation work for you, you'll be disappointed every time.

 
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Old 04-07-2020, 12:15 PM   #48
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politicians put on a great show tho. i tune in every week, against my better judgment.

 
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Old 04-07-2020, 12:17 PM   #49
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ur dad puts on a great show

 
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Old 04-07-2020, 01:21 PM   #50
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I have nothing against liberal non-politicians (used to be one until pretty recently) but you guys aren’t going to guilt me into voting for Biden. He’s not going to beat Trump and he’s not going to win my state so me writing in Bernie or voting for the Green Party isn’t going to affect anything.

I hope people can respect my decision not to vote for someone I detest. Trump being worse isn’t enough for me to potentially vote for 8 years of Biden.
then you suck basically. you are more concerned with your own self-righteousness than keeping the greater evil out.

 
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Old 04-07-2020, 01:23 PM   #51
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and no, it is not a respectable position. more people are going to suffer if Trump is re-elected.

you wanna be a real socialist, a real fabian? Do what JS Mill says, and help the greatest number of people. keep the greater evil out.

 
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Old 04-07-2020, 01:23 PM   #52
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I think one of the few things that will keep me from voting for Homer Simpson in the general is this fact I've seen floated around pretty frequently: slots are open/opening on the Supreme Court, and either Trump is going to fill them with monsters who will destroy the concept of justice for decades, or Biden will fill them with, I dunno, at least Democrats who might not overturn Roe v. Wade at the first opportunity

But Biden is an absolutely horrible candidate and human and I really, really dislike him, and I fully understand why someone would hesitate to pull the lever for him even if he's the only option

 
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Biden sucks. Trump is Satan.


What is there to discuss?

 
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I think some of you don’t realize how many people will still suffer if Biden is elected. Something needs to change we can’t let the Democratic establishment keep force feeding us these neoliberal clowns. They do not represent actual left wing values. Why should we settle for someone as repulsive as Biden? I need more than “he’s not Trump”.

 
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You guys are also acting like my vote matters. I live in a red state.

 
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I think some of you don’t realize how many people will still suffer if Biden is elected. Something needs to change we can’t let the Democratic establishment keep force feeding us these neoliberal clowns. They do not represent actual left wing values. Why should we settle for someone as repulsive as Biden? I need more than “he’s not Trump”.
selfish. less people will suffer under biden. you want trump to appoint three more SCOTUS justices? continue to remake the federal judiciary until our old age?

 
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"my vote doesn't count" is just an excuse. the correct moral path is to alleviate the suffering of the greatest number of people.

 
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"but her emails"

 
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selfish. less people will suffer under biden. you want trump to appoint three more SCOTUS justices? continue to remake the federal judiciary until our old age?
•I want the democratic establishment to realize they need to run AOC or someone like her in 2024. I do not support how they and the media treated Bernie, it is bullshit and outright criminal IMO.
•Biden will not win my state (Missouri). I am free to vote my conscience. You would have more of a point if I lived in a swing state. I would have voted for Elizabeth Warren. I wouldn’t have liked it (lost a lot of respect for her over the course of the campaign for various reasons) but I would have done it. Not Biden. The man said he would potentially have a Republican VP for fuck’s sake.
•Biden being elected could lead to another, more competent Trump. Do not underestimate how disgusted people on both sides are with so-called moderates and the status quo.

 
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That’s quite a message you left me on rep, took. Lmao.

 
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