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If Trump loses, where would he go?

Old 19th Oct 2020, 01:31
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A difference between your selected Xi and trump is that one seems to have coordinated effective measures to manage the virus and the other has pretty much done the opposite for purely self-serving reasons. Many crimes on the books involving negligence, willful or otherwise, causing bodily harm or death and I'm sure many more related to the issues of life and death and people in authority putting others in harms way. Can't be bothered to google.
Gotta step back further to see just what a dog's breakfast he's made of this, every step of the way. He should be facing all the criminal actions against him that are possible. He deserves no better and it would be a mighty lesson for all.
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Old 19th Oct 2020, 01:48
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If Trump lost, where would he go?
If Trump loses, where will he go?
When Trump loses, where will he go?
Trump has lost it, why isn't he gone?
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Old 19th Oct 2020, 01:55
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Originally Posted by lomapaseo View Post
What's really sad is the need for some to start multiple political threads just to vent.in another sports stadium.
Deep down they want Trump to win. Four more years of avoiding their own issues. The UK may break up soon, but by gawd, what did Trump tweet today?
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Old 19th Oct 2020, 09:38
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Fun speculation I know but in line with the more serious posts; he was supposed to have got the virus, got out within days, championed the researched drugs and disrespected the vax campaigners. Now, he will win, no question, landslide and we can look forward to great re-building. Memo to Donnie ; can I fly AF1 when this is all over ? Ta .
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Old 19th Oct 2020, 09:41
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Trump's motto. "You can fool some of the people all of the time."
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Old 19th Oct 2020, 12:50
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Deep down they want Trump to win. Four more years of avoiding their own issues. The UK may break up soon, but by gawd, what did Trump tweet today?
I'm not a US citizen, have no skin in the game and am in general somewhat apolitical, but am always both amused and shocked at just how virulent the hatred of DT and to a lesser extent the RP is, especially by those who are not US voters. DT isn't a career politician, not much of a diplomat, seems unable to stay off twitter and so on, but he's also 'different', 'fresh', 'entertaining' and seems to want to reverse some of the sins of previous administrations in regard to backing US trade outside of the defence industry. He's less than perfect, but the other side are, to my outside eyes, no real alternative. The candidate offered up to the people by the DP is allegedly on very rocky ground, with some shocking revelations in conjunction with family members that until now have been hovering on the periphery of the news.

I have the feeling that whatever the differences between left and right, right and left, there are influences with mal-intent that stand apart from the stage that are putting US citizenry against each other in ways that lead towards a direction. Calm heads needed on both sides.
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Old 19th Oct 2020, 13:45
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Originally Posted by SpringHeeledJack View Post
I'm not a US citizen, have no skin in the game and am in general somewhat apolitical, but am always both amused and shocked at just how virulent the hatred of DT and to a lesser extent the RP is, especially by those who are not US voters. DT isn't a career politician, not much of a diplomat, seems unable to stay off twitter and so on, but he's also 'different', 'fresh', 'entertaining' and seems to want to reverse some of the sins of previous administrations in regard to backing US trade outside of the defence industry. He's less than perfect, but the other side are, to my outside eyes, no real alternative. The candidate offered up to the people by the DP is allegedly on very rocky ground, with some shocking revelations in conjunction with family members that until now have been hovering on the periphery of the news.

I have the feeling that whatever the differences between left and right, right and left, there are influences with mal-intent that stand apart from the stage that are putting US citizenry against each other in ways that lead towards a direction. Calm heads needed on both sides.
Again I am a mere onlooker in this whole pantomime, but it appears to me that with American politics, much as for many other aspects of US life, "it's all about the money". Money buys influence, and the amount of money raised and spent by Presidential candidates and their party machines is eyewatering.

Changes to the system that put sensible caps on spending, and the electoral system that enables third party candidates a real chance to get into the mix, and ensures it's the electorate, rather than an electoral college that decides the outcome may be steps in the right direction. Currently, rather like in the UK it's a cosy relationship between the GOP and Democrats that it's in neither's interest to change.

Nothing is likely to happen any time soon, as it isn't here in UK.
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Old 19th Oct 2020, 16:08
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Trump in trouble if he loses? I think Biden is in it much deeper.
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Old 19th Oct 2020, 16:53
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Sue Townsend had the right answer . Her book, the Queen and I, sees the anti-monarchists putting the Royal Family in a small semi-detached house in Hellebore Close on a public-funded Council estate.

I am sure Trump and Co will easily adapt to that new reality, as the Queen does in the book.
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Old 19th Oct 2020, 17:11
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Originally Posted by Gargleblaster View Post
How can you miss the obvious ? He will be welcomed in Russia !
I doubt that, his status as a useful fool will be over and he will be as a beggar compared to the Russian oligarchs.
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Old 19th Oct 2020, 18:05
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Originally Posted by Gargleblaster View Post
How can you miss the obvious ? He will be welcomed in Russia !
If Trump did run off to Russia one can only hope that Putin makes a few conditions for his residency permit.

1) Trump must share a flat with Edward Snowden.

2) They must agree to be filmed for a reality TV show.

3) The winner of the show, as decided by a public vote, gets citizenship.

4) The loser gets deported....

I’d watch it.
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Old 19th Oct 2020, 18:52
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Amazing the critical comments. Should Biden get elected I think it's fair to say most of Europe will fall further into dispair and I know for sure that the American public has no interest in supporting your broken economys. Biden like Trump, is a liar but his idea of where we are going is in complete conflict with realality.
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Old 19th Oct 2020, 19:28
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Originally Posted by Spooky 2 View Post
Amazing the critical comments. Should Biden get elected I think it's fair to say most of Europe will fall further into dispair and I know for sure that the American public has no interest in supporting your broken economys. Biden like Trump, is a liar but his idea of where we are going is in complete conflict with realality.
So it's a bit like having to chose between Hitler and Stalin?
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Old 19th Oct 2020, 19:28
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And where is it you're going then?
You figure trump is in touch with reality?
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Old 19th Oct 2020, 19:30
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Originally Posted by Spooky 2 View Post
Amazing the critical comments. Should Biden get elected I think it's fair to say most of Europe will fall further into dispair and I know for sure that the American public has no interest in supporting your broken economys. Biden like Trump, is a liar but his idea of where we are going is in complete conflict with realality.
We're in dispair? Who knew.
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Old 20th Oct 2020, 08:07
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Didn't Trump say, last year, something to the effect of "We're going to put a man on the Moon by 2025"? That should be possible with the technology to hand if a return journey isn't required.
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Old 20th Oct 2020, 09:18
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What planet are you on Spooky?
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Old 20th Oct 2020, 09:55
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Originally Posted by Spooky 2 View Post
Amazing the critical comments. Should Biden get elected I think it's fair to say most of Europe will fall further into dispair and I know for sure that the American public has no interest in supporting your broken economys. Biden like Trump, is a liar but his idea of where we are going is in complete conflict with realality.
Our broken economy's what?

I'll ignore the missed possessive apostrophe only because I enjoy pronouncing the new word you've created - but what exactly is realality?

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Old 21st Oct 2020, 01:25
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Originally Posted by Captivep View Post
Our broken economy's what?

I'll ignore the missed possessive apostrophe only because I enjoy pronouncing the new word you've created - but what exactly is realality?
No apostrophe required in a misspelled plural.
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Old 21st Oct 2020, 09:42
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Originally Posted by WingNut60 View Post
No apostrophe required in a misspelled plural.
Yes, I know...
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