Further Analyzing Hill's Crushing Defeat

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MC2 5678F589
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tjf1967 wrote
Could have but it should not been remotely close.  The Republican party was on the ropes.  The primaries we're a joke, the candidate was a joke and the Dems tried shoving that pompous elitist down our throats. Now they are playing the blame game rather than figuring out where they went wrong.
How many elections have you won, tjf? Just trying to figure out where this expert knowledge is coming from.

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campgottagopee
LMFAO

I'm guessing he's won as many elections as all of us have

TJ ---- FTW

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campgottagopee wrote
JTG4eva! wrote
   Evidence in the data strongly suggests it was working class white voters who voted Obama in 2012 and Trump in 2016.  

Discuss.....
From everything I've read this is true
Even if this were the case (it's probably not), these were only temporary Democrat voters anyway, fed up with Republicans after 2 wars and a global financial collapse in 2008. They just come back to Republican racism after Democrats fix the country the Republicans fuck over. Happened in 2000 as well.

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campgottagopee
I appreciate that we view things differently

You like to throw around the word racism, particularly when referring to Republicans as if being a Democrat automatically exempts one's self from being a racist. Interesting.

And the "Democrats" fixed the country. Really???? WOW ---- so that's what a "fixed country is supposed to be like. Sweet.

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Who is the KKK supporting? Who is David Duke supporting? Who is Stormfront supporting?

Who started their campaign by calling Mexicans rapists? Who called for a Muslim ban? Who is still calling for the Central Park 5 to be put to death even though they were exonerated years ago?

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campgottagopee wrote
And the "Democrats" fixed the country. Really???? WOW ---- so that's what a "fixed country is supposed to be like. Sweet.

Would have been even better if not for Republicans taking over Congress in 2010

Edit: sorry, old numbers, these are a bit more recent

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campgottagopee
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You like to lump people together. much like a racist does.

Again, I appreciate we view things differently


Sweet chart ---- where does the sweet "fixed" country fall within that chart. I didn't see it.

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Unemployment way down, jobs way up, stock market way way up.

And, if you're into trickle down bullshit, corporate profits and rich people profits are way up, too. PeeTex doesn't think we should tax them or make them pay their employees more, though.

Sorry I can't get into this more. Driving and talking into my phone.

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campgottagopee wrote
You like to lump people together. much like a racist does.
I said they voted for a racist Republican. That seems correct.

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campgottagopee
mattchuck2 wrote
campgottagopee wrote
You like to lump people together. much like a racist does.
I said they voted for a racist Republican. That seems correct.
No you didn't say that. This is exactly what you said.


"They just come back to Republican racism after Democrats fix the country the Republicans fuck over. Happened in 2000 as well."

Republican racism is exactly what you said. Lumping people together like that is exactly what racist do.

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