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Dumbascraps won two to one vs Republicans

#1 Post by AJMD429 » Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:06 am

The Indianapolis mayor race was won with more than twice as many Dumbascrap votes as Republican votes....

The increase in crime and decrease road maintenance will continue.

I guess once you hand out enough money and power to the sheeple, they will keep you in power.

I'm not surprised that Virginia went Dumb, because it is dominated by Alexandria/'D.C. West', but KENTUCKY...????????? :?
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Re: Dumbascraps won two to one vs Republicans

#2 Post by Blaine » Wed Nov 06, 2019 1:17 pm

KY? Come on, Doc, you know the answer. The 28K votes the LOSERtarian bled cost the Republicans the Governorship. The LOSERtarian vote split claims another race. :evil: :evil: The country is sort of evenly split. Third party idiots that know they don't stand a chance will ruin it for the two major parties.
A Top Two law would fix this, but in the meantime, I hope that fkn LOSERtarian never sleeps a wink at night. :evil:
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Re: Dumbascraps won two to one vs Republicans

#3 Post by AJMD429 » Wed Nov 06, 2019 2:06 pm

You won't get any argument from me about third parties disrupting a two party system. The problem shouldn't be solved by eliminating a third-party though because then we're stuck with the same old lesser of two evils problem. The problem should be solved by allowing voters to vote for more than one candidate like they do for City Council in County Council and county commissioner and stuff like that. That way there's no vote being taken away from anybody by a minor party.

What really sucks is that voter fraud is a real issue, but the Democrats come off with these platitudes like "...well both sides do it, so it probably equals out...". The problem is that Republicans tend to be the sort of people who like rules, and obey them. And Democrats generally tend to be the kind of people who believe the end justifies the means, and think it is ok to break rules as long as you don't get caught or you have enough power. So I don't think it is too far-fetched to expect that Democrats commit far more voter fraud in general than Republicans. Certainly illegal immigrants tend to benefit more from Democrat policies, so when busloads of them are brought in to vote, I doubt that they're splitting their votes randomly between the different candidates.

Of course when it comes to Democrats, they are willing to elect someone whose nickname was 'Coonman' because he was in blackface so often, yet they preen and virtue signal all the time about how Republicans are all a bunch of racists. :roll:
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Re: Dumbascraps won two to one vs Republicans

#4 Post by Blaine » Wed Nov 06, 2019 3:08 pm

King County Washington is famous for "finding" boxes of ballots if an election is not going their way. Everybody knows it and the corrupt State AG will never do anything about it. :roll:
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Re: Dumbascraps won two to one vs Republicans

#5 Post by Ysabel Kid » Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:47 pm

This is why I don't vote for the libertarian candidate, even though I usually align with them more (on most issues, but certainly not all). Like it or not, the reality of our political system is that it is a two-party system. The other reality is that any third parties pull needed votes from the one of the two major parties they are more closely-aligned to. Thus, libertarians ALWAYS pull many more votes from Republicans than they do Democrats. Conversely, the Green Party, the Socialists, and Commies and other assorted fruitcakes pull infinitely more votes from Democrats than Republicans.

Bottom line, unless the Republican is a lock or unopposed by a Democrat, a vote for a Libertarian is a vote for the Democrat. It sucks, but it is reality.

That said, in the primaries, I always vote for the Republican who most closely mirrors small-"l" libertarian thought.
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Re: Dumbascraps won two to one vs Republicans

#6 Post by AJMD429 » Wed Nov 06, 2019 8:10 pm

Ysabel Kid wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:47 pm
Thus, libertarians ALWAYS pull many more votes from Republicans than they do Democrats. Conversely, the Green Party, the Socialists, and Commies and other assorted fruitcakes pull infinitely more votes from Democrats than Republicans.
Hmmmm......so we should make sure there are always Greens and Socialists and Communists running, but not Libertarians..... :D 8) . Hey, if it would siphon votes from the Dumascraps I'd be fine with that...! :twisted:
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Re: Dumbascraps won two to one vs Republicans

#7 Post by Ysabel Kid » Wed Nov 06, 2019 8:20 pm

AJMD429 wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 8:10 pm
Ysabel Kid wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:47 pm
Thus, libertarians ALWAYS pull many more votes from Republicans than they do Democrats. Conversely, the Green Party, the Socialists, and Commies and other assorted fruitcakes pull infinitely more votes from Democrats than Republicans.
Hmmmm......so we should make sure there are always Greens and Socialists and Communists running, but not Libertarians..... :D 8) . Hey, if it would siphon votes from the Dumascraps I'd be fine with that...! :twisted:
I like the idea too. Hopefully the leftist continue to splinter. They sure do like to feed on themselves for not being "woke" enough. :lol: :lol: :lol:

I don't want to see the libertarians go away though - I want much of their positions to become the positions of the Republicans, starting with getting control of the freaking national debt!!!
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#8 Post by AJMD429 » Thu Nov 07, 2019 12:02 am

Yeah. The problem with the RepubliTards (aka the 'leadership') is that they don't realize they WIN when they honor promises, NOT when they compromise, and NOT when they go 'moderate' on the economy.

If they would be more serious about cutting spending, they would get more votes than they'd lose - it might have to be done 'across the board' so special interests don't get all pouty about it, but it could be done.

And they really need to admit that as the Democrat's 'welfare' programs have destroyed the family, which has made our nation a moral and criminal disaster-zone, the Republican's 'war on drugs' has done even worse than the 'war on alcohol' did nearly a century ago - it has paved the way for gangs, organized crime, violent turf battles, and given lazy teenagers a 'job opportunity' to become dealers instead of getting a real job that does something constructive for society. What it has NOT done is 'reduce drug abuse' - it has just made an industry of it instead. We should treat those stupid enough to abuse drugs the same way we treat those stupid enough to abuse alcohol - as people with addictions, judgement problems, or even 'illnesses' - instead we treat them as 'criminals' which means WE pay for their housing, their food, their clothes, their lawyers, their medical care, and so on. If all they do is abuse drugs, rehab them just as we do with alcoholics. If they are committing crimes (property, violent, or even just 'reckless') then THAT activity justifies locking them up and they can clean public restrooms or pick up trash until they can prove they are worthy enough to be let back in society, just like real criminals should be treated. Murder and Rape - they can choose to be executed by the state or by the next of kin, as far as I'm concerned; no lifetime in jail if I have to pay for it unless maybe they can do useful enough labor to generate income in excess of their room and board (which should be very basic).

Anyway, like it or not, the Republican Party (led by RepubliTard 'leadership', many of whom are official Swamp Dwellers) is our last hope - the DumbasCraps are clearly bent on intentionally destroying everything good and precious and unique about the United States, and at least SOME of the Republicans are true patriots and want the best for ALL citizens instead of just the wealthy (and I know the DumbasCraps say they are the party of the 'working man' :roll: ).

I can only hope that the millions of sensible, intelligent, sincere people who 'grew up Democrat' can be self-aware enough, and party-aware enough, to realize that the Democrat Party of their youth is GONE. Trump would probably be way closer to JFK's positions on most issues than ANY of the Democrat nominees.

Yet they have a visceral HATRED for Trump that is hard to understand - I've seen otherwise intelligent and reasonable people get frothy at the mouth and red-faced just hearing anyone say something positive about Trump, and their explanations of why he is so evil are so insane and irrational it is difficult to keep a straight face when they say stuff like "Trump's a raaaaacist..." or "Trump is anti-semitic..."

The ONLY legitimate thing I've heard negative about his administration is that they aren't as protective of the environment as they should be, but even there, look at the alternative...! The Democrat party first off will bankrupt the nation and floundering nations NEVER have good environmental protection in place (look around the world for ample examples of that). The other problem is that the EPA is now so corrupt you can't believe half of what they say, and the 'climate change' hoax is so blatant that they have lost all credibility. So yes, those of us who really care about the environment have to settle for the 'lesser evil', but if the choice is between a stable and wealthy nation that has vigorous debate over the best way to deal with pollution and energy issues, versus an unstable and bankrupt police-state where there is a book of 'environmental laws' somewhere that looks good, but is ignored or corruptly enforced, I'll take the former, thank you.

I hope it isn't too late (illegals voting, ordinary voter fraud, critical mass of electorate on handouts, critical mass of electorate illiterate, 'news' media more corrupt than ever, and simply 'changing demographics') for a Trump win in 2020. It is surely disappointing to see how many of the medium-sized cities are following the path of New York and Los Angeles, and how states with big cities become dominated by the LibTard socialist mindset. DON'T THOSE PEOPLE READ ANYTHING BUT THE HUFFINGTON POST...??? Can't they see what is happening in every place their naive plans get implemented...???
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