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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #175 on: November 07, 2018, 07:48:20 AM »


I cant believe 15% of the state have a felony on their record  :eek:
Same, that's crazy

Offshoot of the draconian and racist  “we will bring them to heel” Clinton sentencing legislation.

That seems pretty difficult to blame any one person, but yes Democrats have had a pretty terrible record of building and supporting our terrible "criminal justice" system.

Resident LibBot favorite Joe Biden:  Huge “we will bring them to heel” supporter. 

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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #176 on: November 07, 2018, 07:49:47 AM »
I think whoever started the "war on drugs" got the ball rolling pretty nicely but nobody has done crap about it since. I one party or individual is going to point the finger at another party or individual they are going to look like rough ridin' idiots doing it.

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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #177 on: November 07, 2018, 07:57:59 AM »
irl true statement: kansas elected a "radical socialist kick boxing lesbian native american" to congress

kansas  :love:

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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #178 on: November 07, 2018, 08:00:02 AM »
I think whoever started the "war on drugs" got the ball rolling pretty nicely but nobody has done crap about it since. I one party or individual is going to point the finger at another party or individual they are going to look like rough ridin' idiots doing it.

You always get very defensive when Joe “never met a war he didn’t want” Biden gets brought into the equation.

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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #179 on: November 07, 2018, 08:04:42 AM »
This meltdown feels like dax is just going through the motions. Don't force it bud
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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #180 on: November 07, 2018, 08:08:07 AM »
I feel like melting down about terrible sentencing laws and the idiots that supported them is kind of important LibDerp7, apparently you don’t. 

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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #181 on: November 07, 2018, 08:25:00 AM »
I feel like melting down about terrible sentencing laws and the idiots that supported them is kind of important LibDerp7, apparently you don’t. 

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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #182 on: November 07, 2018, 08:30:01 AM »
I feel like melting down about terrible sentencing laws and the idiots that supported them is kind of important LibDerp7, apparently you don’t. 

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I agree, I hope we start changing them

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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #183 on: November 07, 2018, 08:33:20 AM »
Best meltdown so far: THIS IS NOT A WAVE!!!

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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #184 on: November 07, 2018, 08:34:09 AM »
What a night!

Best part was the spectacular gain by Pubs in the Senate. +4?! Heller disappoints in NV, but the GOP has a real shot as knocking off Tester in MT! These gains are huge for Trump continuing his streak of sterling judicial appointments. Yay rule of law!

Another bright spot - FL and OH governor wins which will be important for 2020 redistricting in these all important swing states.

Losing House to Dems a mild disappointment. Glad it wasn’t a Blue Wave. We learned that The Resistance :lol: couldn’t hold the Tea Party’s collective jock strap. So as I said last night, San Fran Nan’s gonna have just enough of a majority to put their crazy on full display, not enough to do much meaning except investigate, investigate, investigate! Expect some very frustrated activists. The big question is, will the Dems impeach Trump? I think almost certainly, against the wishes of the party leadership. Expect Mueller to finish his report and conclude that there is no evidence of Russian Colluion, but suggesting that Trump did something with the appearance of being wrong that legal experts on the left will scream is Obstruction!!!! and legal experts on the right will correctly argue is not obstruction. So the Dems will impeach, narrowly, and it will cost them bigley in 2020 because Americans will see this for the sham it is.

Biggest disappointment is Kansas. Sigh, Kansas. What are we gonna do with you, you effed up state full of politically confused people where I live? Yes, the GOP legislature majority became slightly more conservative last night (more on that in a bit), but with Governor Kelly the floodgates are open for a coalition of the Dems and the Fake Republicans to pass Medicaid Expansion plus bloated budgets full of other crap we can’t afford, like even more money to “fully fund” education. This same coalition will then “reluctantly” agree we need some more tax increases. The Gov will also replace 3-4 SC judges, ensuring a liberal supermajority for a generation. Emboldened, expect much more craziness from the robes, including a right to abortion in the KS Constitution. If it even occurs to them (it probably won’t), the “moderate” Pub voters who enabled all this will just shake their head and say “that’s why I wanted Colyer.”

Still, all in all a decent night.
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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #185 on: November 07, 2018, 08:34:24 AM »
That Claire chick getting her ass kicked in Missouri made me happy. She just looks like crazy libtard overall.

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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #186 on: November 07, 2018, 08:44:24 AM »
What a night!

Best part was the spectacular gain by Pubs in the Senate. +4?! Heller disappoints in NV, but the GOP has a real shot as knocking off Tester in MT! These gains are huge for Trump continuing his streak of sterling judicial appointments. Yay rule of law!

Another bright spot - FL and OH governor wins which will be important for 2020 redistricting in these all important swing states.

Losing House to Dems a mild disappointment. Glad it wasn’t a Blue Wave. We learned that The Resistance :lol: couldn’t hold the Tea Party’s collective jock strap. So as I said last night, San Fran Nan’s gonna have just enough of a majority to put their crazy on full display, not enough to do much meaning except investigate, investigate, investigate! Expect some very frustrated activists. The big question is, will the Dems impeach Trump? I think almost certainly, against the wishes of the party leadership. Expect Mueller to finish his report and conclude that there is no evidence of Russian Colluion, but suggesting that Trump did something with the appearance of being wrong that legal experts on the left will scream is Obstruction!!!! and legal experts on the right will correctly argue is not obstruction. So the Dems will impeach, narrowly, and it will cost them bigley in 2020 because Americans will see this for the sham it is.

Biggest disappointment is Kansas. Sigh, Kansas. What are we gonna do with you, you effed up state full of politically confused people where I live? Yes, the GOP legislature majority became slightly more conservative last night (more on that in a bit), but with Governor Kelly the floodgates are open for a coalition of the Dems and the Fake Republicans to pass Medicaid Expansion plus bloated budgets full of other crap we can’t afford, like even more money to “fully fund” education. This same coalition will then “reluctantly” agree we need some more tax increases. The Gov will also replace 3-4 SC judges, ensuring a liberal supermajority for a generation. Emboldened, expect much more craziness from the robes, including a right to abortion in the KS Constitution. If it even occurs to them (it probably won’t), the “moderate” Pub voters who enabled all this will just shake their head and say “that’s why I wanted Colyer.”

Still, all in all a decent night.

This is fear mongering at its best.

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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #187 on: November 07, 2018, 08:47:04 AM »
That Claire chick getting her ass kicked in Missouri made me happy. She just looks like crazy libtard overall.

Pro Wall Claire said she wasn’t one of those crazy Democrats

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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #188 on: November 07, 2018, 08:51:36 AM »
The "but Claire" deflection is not what I expected
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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #189 on: November 07, 2018, 08:53:30 AM »
I was happy to see both Mrs Wacky and I voted for different people this year. Love being a moderate in America. Go Purple wave!

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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #190 on: November 07, 2018, 08:54:15 AM »
Claire was going to lose 6 years ago until Todd Akin made his legitimate rape comment.

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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #191 on: November 07, 2018, 08:55:17 AM »
What a night!

Best part was the spectacular gain by Pubs in the Senate. +4?! Heller disappoints in NV, but the GOP has a real shot as knocking off Tester in MT! These gains are huge for Trump continuing his streak of sterling judicial appointments. Yay rule of law!

Another bright spot - FL and OH governor wins which will be important for 2020 redistricting in these all important swing states.

Losing House to Dems a mild disappointment. Glad it wasn’t a Blue Wave. We learned that The Resistance :lol: couldn’t hold the Tea Party’s collective jock strap. So as I said last night, San Fran Nan’s gonna have just enough of a majority to put their crazy on full display, not enough to do much meaning except investigate, investigate, investigate! Expect some very frustrated activists. The big question is, will the Dems impeach Trump? I think almost certainly, against the wishes of the party leadership. Expect Mueller to finish his report and conclude that there is no evidence of Russian Colluion, but suggesting that Trump did something with the appearance of being wrong that legal experts on the left will scream is Obstruction!!!! and legal experts on the right will correctly argue is not obstruction. So the Dems will impeach, narrowly, and it will cost them bigley in 2020 because Americans will see this for the sham it is.

Biggest disappointment is Kansas. Sigh, Kansas. What are we gonna do with you, you effed up state full of politically confused people where I live? Yes, the GOP legislature majority became slightly more conservative last night (more on that in a bit), but with Governor Kelly the floodgates are open for a coalition of the Dems and the Fake Republicans to pass Medicaid Expansion plus bloated budgets full of other crap we can’t afford, like even more money to “fully fund” education. This same coalition will then “reluctantly” agree we need some more tax increases. The Gov will also replace 3-4 SC judges, ensuring a liberal supermajority for a generation. Emboldened, expect much more craziness from the robes, including a right to abortion in the KS Constitution. If it even occurs to them (it probably won’t), the “moderate” Pub voters who enabled all this will just shake their head and say “that’s why I wanted Colyer.”

Still, all in all a decent night.

This is fear mongering at its best.

We might give poor people basic healthcare and actually fund our schools is so politically confusing for a moderate such as myself.
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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #192 on: November 07, 2018, 08:56:19 AM »
These liberal judges that we have had for at least a decade are going to find that abortion is a right guaranteed by the Kansas constitution now, though. :angry:

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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #193 on: November 07, 2018, 09:02:20 AM »
Claire was a pretty meh candidate, and i agree with RATM about 2012.
this hawley dude is real gross but let's see what he's all about

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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #194 on: November 07, 2018, 09:03:41 AM »
These liberal judges that we have had for at least a decade are going to find that abortion is a right guaranteed by the Kansas constitution now, though. :angry:

Hope this happens
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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #195 on: November 07, 2018, 09:10:29 AM »
Libderp7 analysis: pretty clear that the suburbs have joined their city brethren in opposing trump but rural America appears to be getting dumber and more racist. The next two years should be even more wild than the last two.

Also how sexy is libtard utopia kansas now, my word  :love:
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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #196 on: November 07, 2018, 09:16:33 AM »
Kemp isn't going to need voter suppression to beat Abrams.

So about that...
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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #197 on: November 07, 2018, 09:18:13 AM »
Libderp7 analysis: pretty clear that the suburbs have joined their city brethren in opposing trump but rural America appears to be getting dumber and more racist. The next two years should be even more wild than the last two.

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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
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Re: Election day 2018 comments, observations, and meltdown thread
« Reply #199 on: November 07, 2018, 09:40:24 AM »
whoa, walker out in WI. that kind of surprises me.