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Author Topic: Election Predictions: How Red the Wave?  (Read 3762 times)

Mistwell

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Re: Election Predictions: How Red the Wave?
« Reply #75 on: November 15, 2022, 01:53:05 PM »
Hmm... I think some people here would have said, "I know Hitler invaded Poland and starved and killed its civilians, but I have found 'evidence' that some of the money spent to aid Poland has been stolen."

Exactly. It doesn't matter how bad of an actor Russia is in this fight. The fact that Democrats support Ukraine means the only worthy goal is to find ways to make it look unethical to support Ukraine. Because it's not about doing the right thing for each event - it's about supporting your team and bashing the other team no matter what.

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Re: Election Predictions: How Red the Wave?
« Reply #76 on: November 15, 2022, 03:40:31 PM »
Hmm... I think some people here would have said, "I know Hitler invaded Poland and starved and killed its civilians, but I have found 'evidence' that some of the money spent to aid Poland has been stolen."

Exactly. It doesn't matter how bad of an actor Russia is in this fight. The fact that Democrats support Ukraine means the only worthy goal is to find ways to make it look unethical to support Ukraine. Because it's not about doing the right thing for each event - it's about supporting your team and bashing the other team no matter what.

Pot, meet kettle.   Issues with Ukraine being used to enrich politicians and their families goes back 15+ years, so the idea that this is some new complaint is based totally on either your own ignorance or your attempt to frame this for your team.  And your team is the same as their team.  There's not a single opinion you've expressed on these forums that would place you anywhere near the normal conservative today.  So go "hello fellow conservatives" somewhere else...

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Re: Election Predictions: How Red the Wave?
« Reply #77 on: November 15, 2022, 03:48:09 PM »
Hmm... I think some people here would have said, "I know Hitler invaded Poland and starved and killed its civilians, but I have found 'evidence' that some of the money spent to aid Poland has been stolen."

Exactly. It doesn't matter how bad of an actor Russia is in this fight. The fact that Democrats support Ukraine means the only worthy goal is to find ways to make it look unethical to support Ukraine. Because it's not about doing the right thing for each event - it's about supporting your team and bashing the other team no matter what.

Pot, meet kettle...And your team is the same as their team.  There's not a single opinion you've expressed on these forums that would place you anywhere near the normal conservative today.  So go "hello fellow conservatives" somewhere else...

What's my team? I am a moderate independent who can at best be classified as a neo-con. That's not modern Democrats and certainly not progressives. So who is my team here?

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Re: Election Predictions: How Red the Wave?
« Reply #78 on: November 15, 2022, 05:48:59 PM »
Oh is that the latest Q-Anon conspiracy theory?

You're so stupid, you don't know how dumb you are. Before the false flag in Poland, the FTX story was gaining traction.

You probably think the Ukrainian conflict started this year, since you appear ignorant of anything that the MSM didn't tell you.
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Re: Election Predictions: How Red the Wave?
« Reply #79 on: November 15, 2022, 06:29:51 PM »
Holy fuck, how does your skull not cave in from your negative IQ.

I'm just glad your IP has already been logged by three letter agencies just like my own for participating in this community of extremists. Go back to stacking your counterfeit silver and spoiled patriot rations, the adults are trying to have a conversation.

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Re: Election Predictions: How Red the Wave?
« Reply #80 on: November 15, 2022, 06:54:04 PM »
Oh is that the latest Q-Anon conspiracy theory?

You're so stupid, you don't know how dumb you are. Before the false flag in Poland, the FTX story was gaining traction.

You probably think the Ukrainian conflict started this year, since you appear ignorant of anything that the MSM didn't tell you.

Oh is that the latest Q-Anon conspiracy theory?

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Re: Election Predictions: How Red the Wave?
« Reply #81 on: November 15, 2022, 06:59:38 PM »
Holy fuck, how does your skull not cave in from your negative IQ.

I'm just glad your IP has already been logged by three letter agencies just like my own for participating in this community of extremists. Go back to stacking your counterfeit silver and spoiled patriot rations, the adults are trying to have a conversation.

I'm sorry, who the fuck are you?
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Re: Election Predictions: How Red the Wave?
« Reply #82 on: November 16, 2022, 05:09:02 AM »
Oh is that the latest Q-Anon conspiracy theory?

Yeah, the FTX revelations are so far out on the fringe it's being reported by Fox News:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHDyO463bfM

The Democrats second largest donor, after George Soros. Was planning to donate $1bn to the Democrats for 2024.

You really are a fucking moron. Maybe 6 months from now you'll have heard of Blackrock, Vanguard and StateStreet...
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Re: Election Predictions: How Red the Wave?
« Reply #83 on: November 16, 2022, 12:22:52 PM »
Oh is that the latest Q-Anon conspiracy theory?

Yeah, the FTX revelations are so far out on the fringe it's being reported by Fox News:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHDyO463bfM

The Democrats second largest donor, after George Soros. Was planning to donate $1bn to the Democrats for 2024.

You really are a fucking moron. Maybe 6 months from now you'll have heard of Blackrock, Vanguard and StateStreet...

Rational: FTX was funding many Democrats because the founder supported Democrats ($38M). Looks like the money came from FTX customer accounts. He also donated to a Ukrainian fund.
Irrational: US Government Aid to Ukraine was being given to FTX (somehow?) and then laundered back to the Democrats via FTX and all the claims it came from customer accounts are wrong (for reasons?)

The later is Q-Anon irrational conspiracy theory nonsense.
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Re: Election Predictions: How Red the Wave?
« Reply #84 on: November 16, 2022, 01:01:14 PM »
Rational: FTX was funding many Democrats because the founder supported Democrats ($38M). Looks like the money came from FTX customer accounts. He also donated to a Ukrainian fund.
Irrational: US Government Aid to Ukraine was being given to FTX (somehow?) and then laundered back to the Democrats via FTX and all the claims it came from customer accounts are wrong (for reasons?)

The later is Q-Anon irrational conspiracy theory nonsense.

Proving my point that you're a Grade A moron. Don't worry, a few months from now, you'll catch up.
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