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izzythepush
 
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Reply Wed 31 Oct, 2018 08:04 am
@tsarstepan,
You'd think Max would be in a better mood considering how many posts seem to amuse him.
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maxdancona
 
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Reply Wed 31 Oct, 2018 08:10 am
The question I find interesting is the direction of the Democratic party, and of the country, post Trump.

The focus of the Democratic party seems to be the culture wars from #MeToo to censoring Facebook to searching out "rape culture" in movies and popular music. These are issues that generate outrage, but have almost nothing to do with government. Government can't censor Facebook or popular music.

Both sides of our country are getting more extreme... on one side are angry White men in red hats, on the other side are angry White women in pink hats. We are just yelling at each other. Trump benefits from this, democrats who want to out-Trump Trump are going to be very disappointed (again).

2016 is history. 2020 is coming fast. I would like to see a Democratic candidate who can govern responsibly and listen to more than on perspective. Obama did this. Hillary could not. Trump can win a second term... in spite of his unpopularity. If the Democrats keep playing to their ideological extremes rather than making the attempt to reach out to middle America he will.
oralloy
 
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Reply Mon 5 Nov, 2018 08:24 am
@blueveinedthrobber,
blueveinedthrobber wrote:
To ask the same question I asked in 2017. Does anyone who voted for Trump now regret it?
Of course not. He is preventing the liberals from taking our guns away. We need a president who will protect us from the liberals.

It's also nice how Trump is protecting the auto industry.
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oralloy
 
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Reply Mon 5 Nov, 2018 08:25 am
@maxdancona,
maxdancona wrote:
2016 is history. 2020 is coming fast. I would like to see a Democratic candidate who can govern responsibly and listen to more than on perspective. Obama did this. Hillary could not. Trump can win a second term... in spite of his unpopularity. If the Democrats keep playing to their ideological extremes rather than making the attempt to reach out to middle America he will.
We're at the beginning of 20 years of Republican control over the White House.

As always when a party is out of power over an extended period of time, they turn to extremist nuttery. If you want a Democratic presidential candidate who is capable of winning an election, you're going to have to wait until 2036.
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