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Hundreds Of Former George W. Bush Officials Reportedly Set To Endorse Biden

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Howsithangin
8 hours ago, MontyPython said:

So you DO actually exist? Cool. Answer me this: How come you never return to defend the hilariously silly nonsense you post?

:tap: 

 

Do you have a book to read?  This may take a while

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Italian Biker
9 hours ago, That_Guy said:

This is unprecedented in modern American political history.

 

So was Trump winning the election.   

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Liz

The Washington Times 

By Lauren Meier 

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Excerpt:

Hundreds of former officials who served under President George W. Bush are gearing up to endorse presumptive Democratic Nominee Joe Biden.

The group of officials — which include members of Mr. Bush’s cabinet and other senior officers — has reportedly formed a political action committee dubbed 43 Alumni for Biden. Mr. Bush was the 43rd president.

“We know what is normal and what is abnormal, and what we are seeing is highly abnormal. The president is a danger,” Jennifer Millikin, one of the 43 Alumni organizers, who worked on Bush’s 2004 re-election campaign and later in the General Services Administration, told Reuters.

The PAC said it expects to launch a website and Facebook page on Wednesday and will release testimonial videos that feature high-profile Republicans praising the former Vice President. The group also intends to hold “get-out-the-vote” efforts in battleground states, according to the publication.

Mr. Bush’s office said it has been informed about the upcoming efforts but is not involved in the campaign.

“This November, we are choosing country over party,” said Kristopher Purcell, a former communications official in the Bush administration. “We believe that a Biden administration will adhere to the rule of law… and restore dignity and integrity to the White House.”

You can always count on my fellow Republicans to wallow in the fear of bad press. Like they get anything different anyway. It's not about Confederate statues, it's all about destroying our history and national heritage, warts and all. ISIS did that all over the Middle East when they had the opportunity. Obama's army will surely try to duplicate it.

It seems that the DNC and their marxist minon blm have taken over the DC government.Race hustling has long been a tactic of the democrats to control the black vote. They used the KKK after the Civil War, and are now using blm to the same ends.Reasonable black folks don't subscribe to the marxist-fabricated psychological triggers of systemic racism, white privilege, implicit bias, etc... These tactics are outlined in multiple marxist documents.Racial injustice is a manufactured crisis, and guess who has the solution.

*snip*

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AntonToo
Posted (edited)
7 hours ago, Martin said:

How was it possible that a political beginner, Trump

How is it possible for pigs to fly?

Trump’s political shape-shifting was apparent early on. He supported Ronald Reagan for president in 1980 and was invited to the White House for functions. By 1987, he identified as a Republican, although in future years Trump would register or identify as a Democrat, independent, and Reform Party member.

In 1987, Trump first expressed interest publicly in running for president; in September, he bought full-page advertisements in New York, Washington, and Boston newspapers decrying Reagan-era foreign policy as lacking a “backbone.” He also condemned foreign aid to defend countries such as Japan and Persian Gulf nations, which he said should defend themselves. Trump ultimately declined to challenge then-Vice President George H. W. Bush for the 1988 Republican nomination. He considered running against a Bush two other times, in 2000 and 2004, when the former president’s son, George W. Bush, ran. In 2000, Trump was a short-lived candidate of the Reform Party, and in 2004 he considered entering the Republican contest. (In 2016, neither Bush supported Trump’s nomination.)

Throughout the second Bush’s administration, Trump identified as a Democrat, often publicly criticizing the president. But in 2008 he supported the Republican nominee, John McCain. He made a more serious bid for Republicans’ 2012 nomination, but ultimately backed the party’s choice, Mitt Romney.

https://millercenter.org/president/trump/campaigns-and-elections

 

Trump has been politiking and eyeing presidency for decades, to describe him as a beginner is simply false.

What would not be false is to describe him as a beginner in actual governing, and it really shows.

 

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mjperry51
2 hours ago, Junto said:

Personally, I believe Trump in fact did not legit win the last election,

Please explain....

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Howsithangin
2 hours ago, AntonToo said:

How is it possible for pigs to fly?

Trump’s political shape-shifting was apparent early on. He supported Ronald Reagan for president in 1980 and was invited to the White House for functions. By 1987, he identified as a Republican, although in future years Trump would register or identify as a Democrat, independent, and Reform Party member.

In 1987, Trump first expressed interest publicly in running for president; in September, he bought full-page advertisements in New York, Washington, and Boston newspapers decrying Reagan-era foreign policy as lacking a “backbone.” He also condemned foreign aid to defend countries such as Japan and Persian Gulf nations, which he said should defend themselves. Trump ultimately declined to challenge then-Vice President George H. W. Bush for the 1988 Republican nomination. He considered running against a Bush two other times, in 2000 and 2004, when the former president’s son, George W. Bush, ran. In 2000, Trump was a short-lived candidate of the Reform Party, and in 2004 he considered entering the Republican contest. (In 2016, neither Bush supported Trump’s nomination.)

Throughout the second Bush’s administration, Trump identified as a Democrat, often publicly criticizing the president. But in 2008 he supported the Republican nominee, John McCain. He made a more serious bid for Republicans’ 2012 nomination, but ultimately backed the party’s choice, Mitt Romney.

https://millercenter.org/president/trump/campaigns-and-elections

 

Trump has been politiking and eyeing presidency for decades, to describe him as a beginner is simply false.

What would not be false is to describe him as a beginner in actual governing, and it really shows.

 

You pick the oddest things to argue about sometimes.  He ran for political office before. Ergo, he was a beginner.  This doesn't even cross into the absurd BHO standard, which  believes that running for office is in itself experience in office.

 

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Howsithangin
2 hours ago, mjperry51 said:

Please explain....

I do believe that you're going to hear the usual drivel about the popular vote. 

Hey, I could be wrong, but I doubt it.  :coffeenpc:

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Natural Selection
3 hours ago, Liz said:

Hundreds of former officials who served under President George W. Bush are gearing up to endorse presumptive Democratic Nominee Joe Biden.

And they will permanently carry the stigma of being RINO's.

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MontyPython
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People who vote for Biden are certifiably insane. People who are (alleged) "conservatives" who vote for Biden are outright traitors to their (alleged) principles.

<_< 

 

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Ticked@TinselTown

As with the Fiorina 'revelation', who cares?

If they are so undeniably stupid AND suffer from so much hatred for this country, it's best that we KNOW the enemies we have, right?

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Rock N' Roll Right Winger
1 hour ago, Natural Selection said:

And they will permanently carry the stigma of being RINO's.

They are all deep state operatives and globalists more than anything. 

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RedSoloCup

Like I said in another thread,  you can't fix (deep state, globalist)stupid. 

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RedSoloCup
7 hours ago, AntonToo said:

How is it possible for pigs to fly?

Trump’s political shape-shifting was apparent early on. He supported Ronald Reagan for president in 1980 and was invited to the White House for functions. By 1987, he identified as a Republican, although in future years Trump would register or identify as a Democrat, independent, and Reform Party member.

In 1987, Trump first expressed interest publicly in running for president; in September, he bought full-page advertisements in New York, Washington, and Boston newspapers decrying Reagan-era foreign policy as lacking a “backbone.” He also condemned foreign aid to defend countries such as Japan and Persian Gulf nations, which he said should defend themselves. Trump ultimately declined to challenge then-Vice President George H. W. Bush for the 1988 Republican nomination. He considered running against a Bush two other times, in 2000 and 2004, when the former president’s son, George W. Bush, ran. In 2000, Trump was a short-lived candidate of the Reform Party, and in 2004 he considered entering the Republican contest. (In 2016, neither Bush supported Trump’s nomination.)

Throughout the second Bush’s administration, Trump identified as a Democrat, often publicly criticizing the president. But in 2008 he supported the Republican nominee, John McCain. He made a more serious bid for Republicans’ 2012 nomination, but ultimately backed the party’s choice, Mitt Romney.

https://millercenter.org/president/trump/campaigns-and-elections

 

Trump has been politiking and eyeing presidency for decades, to describe him as a beginner is simply false.

What would not be false is to describe him as a beginner in actual governing, and it really shows.

 

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RedSoloCup
4 hours ago, Howsithangin said:

I do believe that you're going to hear the usual drivel about the popular vote. 

Hey, I could be wrong, but I doubt it.  :coffeenpc:

You may be right. 

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Oathtaker
4 hours ago, MontyPython said:

People who vote for Biden are certifiably insane. People who are (alleged) "conservatives" who vote for Biden are outright traitors to their (alleged) principles.

<_< 

 

Not Conservatives, but “Republicans”.

These people and their lack of conviction to fundamentally conservative beliefs Is why I haven’t been a Republican for almost two decades. I didn’t leave the party they left me.

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satellite66
2 minutes ago, Oathtaker said:

Not Conservatives, but “Republicans”.

These people and their lack of conviction to fundamentally conservative beliefs Is why I haven’t been a Republican for almost two decades. I didn’t leave the party they left me.

Absolutely correct  I feel the same way.  In my state and town RINOs are scrambling to bow to latest dem cause 

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Moderator T

Meh, whatever.  If they're loyal to the Bushes there's no way they'd support Trump anyhow.  As for being RINOs, everyone's a RINO, so I don't think it'll matter.

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RedSoloCup
24 minutes ago, johnnybravo said:

How much you want to bet that these “hundreds” of “republicans” voted for Hillary. Nothing changed except now they are open about it.

:exactly:

Bush Sr. proudly admitted to voting for Cankles. 

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mjperry51
7 hours ago, Howsithangin said:

I do believe that you're going to hear the usual drivel about the popular vote. 

Hey, I could be wrong, but I doubt it.  :coffeenpc:

If that's the case he would be wrong.

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Confessor

New World Order/ One World government people have to support each other, don’t ya’ know. 

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MontyPython
15 hours ago, Junto said:

Personally, I believe Trump in fact did not legit win the last election, but his win was the lesser of two evils for a military coup.  That team of top military intelligence individuals rigged the election, or rigged it better than HIllary's people, so we would not have faced a real coup or worse with Hillary.  I don't see Trump losing this fall for the same reason.

 

13 hours ago, mjperry51 said:

Please explain....

 

10 hours ago, Howsithangin said:

I do believe that you're going to hear the usual drivel about the popular vote. 

Hey, I could be wrong, but I doubt it.  :coffeenpc:

 

6 hours ago, RedSoloCup said:

You may be right. 

 

3 hours ago, mjperry51 said:

If that's the case he would be wrong.

 

Yeah, please no offense Junto - I assure you I'm not trying to be snarky. But I too am genuinely curious to see your explanation about how and why Trump's 2016 election was "rigged" and therefore "not legit".

Seriously, please explain.

:scratch: 

 

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MontyPython
5 hours ago, Oathtaker said:

Not Conservatives, but “Republicans”.

These people and their lack of conviction to fundamentally conservative beliefs Is why I haven’t been a Republican for almost two decades. I didn’t leave the party they left me.

A fair point and correction. Just like my repeated correcting of people who use the word "liberal" when referring to leftists, two completely different things.

B) 

 

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Oathtaker
14 minutes ago, MontyPython said:

A fair point and correction. Just like my repeated correcting of people who use the word "liberal" when referring to leftists, two completely different things.

B) 

 

Absolutely. 
 

Leftist/Progressive/Collectivist/Socialist  is about as far from Classic Liberalism as one can get.

We are seeing today one of the fundamental features of their nightmarish “Religion”. Violently coercive actions to herd people into their belief structure.


Their whole cancel culture, “right-think”, and “protest” is nothing that wasn’t happening in pre-socialist, pre-Nazi Germany in the late 30’s. 

Let that be a cautionary tale of what happened next...

 

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