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The SGA / Re: What would it take?
« Last post by wesfau2 on Today at 02:14:58 PM »
None of it matters.  Biden started the beginning of the end by opening the borders and allowing an estimated 10+ million illegal immigrants to enter the country. A total greater than the population of 40 states.  From rampant fentanyl and drug deaths, to child trafficking, to multiple murders, (Laken Riley says Hi, Joe) savage beating of New York cops, and on and on and on.  It's just getting started, and the estimates of actual terrorists who have crossed our borders is staggering. A lot of people are going to die.

Joe Biden and Alejandro Mayorkas, along with twit brained, Karine Jean-Pierre told us for 3 years the border was secure.  Now, in a campaign year, Biden proclaims the border would be secure, "If it weren't for MAGA Republicans".

This, more than anything else, is why he needs to be in jail.  He won't, but it will be his greatest legacy.  It's on him.

There was a bipartisan border security bill...Trump sabotaged it for political points.  This isn't a Biden problem.
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The SGA / Re: What would it take?
« Last post by Snaggletiger on Today at 02:11:47 PM »
None of it matters.  Biden started the beginning of the end by opening the borders and allowing an estimated 10+ million illegal immigrants to enter the country. A total greater than the population of 40 states.  From rampant fentanyl and drug deaths, to child trafficking, to multiple murders, (Laken Riley says Hi, Joe) savage beating of New York cops, and on and on and on.  It's just getting started, and the estimates of actual terrorists who have crossed our borders is staggering. A lot of people are going to die.

Joe Biden and Alejandro Mayorkas, along with twit brained, Karine Jean-Pierre told us for 3 years the border was secure.  Now, in a campaign year, Biden proclaims the border would be secure, "If it weren't for MAGA Republicans".

This, more than anything else, is why he needs to be in jail.  He won't, but it will be his greatest legacy.  It's on him. 
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The SGA / Re: What would it take?
« Last post by wesfau2 on Today at 02:08:20 PM »
Yet, you were on board the Russian collusion train, which was proven as false. 

No.  It was not.  I keep hearing that around here, but it is patently untrue.

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I don't fault a parent protecting their child either, within the bounds of the law.  The issues with the laptop & favorable conditions/policies with Bank of America are worth taking a look at as a starting point.

The laptop business has such a fucking flawed foundation as to be nonsense.  The chain of custody is beyond fucked.  As to the favorable banking...what do you think margie and her drooling cohorts have been digging at the past two years?  They have found...nothing.  Not a single fucking thing.

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  The diary has not been proven or disproven, but the details of the diary were sent with legitimate tax documents.  Smoke & fire and all that.

Eh...if there was a story here, the Rs would be all over it, 24/7.  I'm open to hearing more, but I'm going in skeptical.

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I think you are incredibly intelligent.  However, when it comes to politics, I don't understand your lock-step nature with everything perpetuated by media propaganda. Can you give me policies from the DNC that you disagree with?  Any of 'em?

At this point it's an existential question of whether our attempt at democracy lives or dies.  It's an unfortunate binary choice.  I dislike much of our foreign policy.  I think the DNC is too mealy mouthed when they could take stronger positions that are demonstrably popular.  That said, a second Trump term would be disastrous in ways that I don't think people are willing to admit are possible.
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The SGA / Re: What would it take?
« Last post by Snakebite on Today at 01:49:56 PM »
The dipshit maga caucus has been chasing this garbage for a couple of years now.  So far: bupkus.  There's not a shred of evidence of wrongdoing.

Yet, you were on board the Russian collusion train, which was proven as false.  I'll never forget the debate where Hillary brought that up and he looked legitimately confused about it.  Dirty politics.

Not a Trump fan, but some consistency would be pretty righteous here.

Not sure what "extreme top cover" is, but I'm not going to fault someone for doing what they can (within the bounds of the law) to help/protect their kid, addict or not.

I don't fault a parent protecting their child either, within the bounds of the law.  The issues with the laptop & favorable conditions/policies with Bank of America are worth taking a look at as a starting point.

This is a new one on me.
 

The diary has not been proven or disproven, but the details of the diary were sent with legitimate tax documents.  Smoke & fire and all that.

Obvs the disagreeing with respect to all this.

I think you are incredibly intelligent.  However, when it comes to politics, I don't understand your lock-step nature with everything perpetuated by media propaganda. Can you give me policies from the DNC that you disagree with?  Any of 'em?
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The SGA / Re: What would it take?
« Last post by wesfau2 on Today at 11:48:21 AM »

What do you make of his alleged shady business dealings

The dipshit maga caucus has been chasing this garbage for a couple of years now.  So far: bupkus.  There's not a shred of evidence of wrongdoing.

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extreme top cover for his crackhead son

Not sure what "extreme top cover" is, but I'm not going to fault someone for doing what they can (within the bounds of the law) to help/protect their kid, addict or not. 

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, and accusations of molestation by his own daughter?

This is a new one on me. 

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Accusations = Guilt these days, correct?

I disagree with your above premise, respectfully.

A man with a few conspiracy theories with no accusations of such things against him is a better candidate than an old man who’s brain barely functions and that has a lot of smoke around him doing criminal things in his uneventful/unimpressive history in politics.

Obvs the disagreeing with respect to all this.
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The SGA / Re: What would it take?
« Last post by Snakebite on Today at 11:14:08 AM »
Kennedy is a conspiracy-endorsing whack job.

Given our options, it has to be Biden, unfortunately.


What do you make of his alleged shady business dealings, extreme top cover for his crackhead son, and accusations of molestation by his own daughter?

Accusations = Guilt these days, correct?

I disagree with your above premise, respectfully.

A man with a few conspiracy theories with no accusations of such things against him is a better candidate than an old man who’s brain barely functions and that has a lot of smoke around him doing criminal things in his uneventful/unimpressive history in politics. 
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Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum / Re: Broome - Boom!
« Last post by jmar on Today at 10:55:55 AM »
The thing I like is that there isn't a significant dropoff when he's on the floor.  That's huge.
True. DC isn't going to get pushed around and he's a first rate rim protector in his limited time on the floor.
I just want an offensive threat that can let Broome be an even better small forward.
 
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Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum / Re: Broome - Boom!
« Last post by Kaos on Today at 10:33:28 AM »
I'm happy about Cardwell coming back; however, truth be known, he's never been much of a factor.  He averages:

14.7 minutes a game

5.3 points

3.7 rebounds

1.6 blocks

So basically, he's a big man that can come in and give you a few quality minutes at a time.  But averaging less than 15 minutes a game, I really thought he would transfer out for some more playing time elsewhere.  Maybe he'll go all Jaylin Williams this off season and work hard on his game.

The thing I like is that there isn't a significant dropoff when he's on the floor.  That's huge.
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The SGA / Re: What would it take?
« Last post by Kaos on Today at 10:28:21 AM »
Kennedy is a conspiracy-endorsing whack job.

Given our options, it has to be Biden, unfortunately.

You've bypassed clown and headed straight to fool.  I pity you and am grateful you live in a state where your vote is a squirt of squirrel pee in the wind. 

I defy you to name one single policy or position this administration endorses that is positive for America. I know you cannot.
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Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum / Re: Broome - Boom!
« Last post by Snaggletiger on Today at 10:17:56 AM »
I'm happy about Cardwell coming back; however, truth be known, he's never been much of a factor.  He averages:

14.7 minutes a game

5.3 points

3.7 rebounds

1.6 blocks

So basically, he's a big man that can come in and give you a few quality minutes at a time.  But averaging less than 15 minutes a game, I really thought he would transfer out for some more playing time elsewhere.  Maybe he'll go all Jaylin Williams this off season and work hard on his game.
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