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The USA Political Thread

Located in The Break Room, started by lennco, Jul 20, 2012

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Who is to Blame for the Troubled US Economy?

  1. Both Parties

    231 votes
    45.2%
  2. Neither Party

    48 votes
    9.4%
  3. Democrats

    103 votes
    20.2%
  4. Republicans

    129 votes
    25.2%
Total: 511 vote(s)
  1. mr-x

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    Get past the sound bites and talking points.

    Liz Cheny is being removed for:

    1) Public statements that conflict with Republican leadership.

    2) Not raising money for the Republican party, which was her main job.

    3) Her replacement voted against Trump more than Liz Cheny.

    That's not cancel culture, it being fired for doing a bad job.
     
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  2. mr-x

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    1) Trump isn't President.

    2) The election may have been "legal" by court order but it wasn't fair or honest.
     
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    The first years after jacking up taxes are like the first years of communism. Pretty good, until the rich are tapped out or have all left and there is nobody left to shake down except the proletariat. (North Korea had a higher standard of living than South Korea for the first few years.) Cal got an extra boost with the windfall profits made by internet companies due to Covid shutdowns.

    I guarantee California will be bankrupt within this decade. Sure as gravity.
     
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  4. Cannuck

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    The Cannabis Industry will keep it afloat :xf.wink:
     
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    Can't keep anything afloat if there's no water - especially agriculture. The entire San Joaquin Valley, which provides most of the US with fresh produce, will return to being a desert if things continue as they are.
     
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  7. Cannuck

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    Climate Change is a myth don't y'know :sneaky:
     
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    Climate change or not, water usage in California has been corrupt, wasteful and unsustainable since day one. (See Chinatown.) And next to nothing is being done about it. They could learn from Israel, but it's cheaper and easier just to import Mexicans and destroy the land and water resources.
     
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    A natural resource that has been taken for granted for too long. Water will likely become more valuable than gold or oil as rising demand from people, industries and agriculture puts pressure on existing supplies in the near future.
     
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    Yep. Another reason California is screwed. You can bet that fat surplus isn't going to address the water problem. Probably go to birth control for transvestites.

    But things are so screwed up that Tibetans in the shadow of the Himalayan snows and Bangladeshis in the Ganges Delta have no drinking water. One thing we've got in my neighborhood (and yours), plenty of water.
     
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    It's not inflation... it's a pricing problem. - Joe's Hologram.
     
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  12. mr-x

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    Climate change is real. The problems politicians blame on climate change and the proposed solutions are the problem.
     
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    Perhaps, but scientists have been warning about Climate Change for years to deaf ears, hence, many people (politicians included) are still under the fallacy that it is not man-made and have taken little action to change course.

    What proposed (problem) solutions are you referring to?
     
  14. mr-x

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    You can't prove it's a man made problem. It's probably a number of complex factors. Scare mongering to make 10's of millions ( Al Gore, etc. ) is the cause of climate change skepticism.

    Every scientist that offers an alternative explanation is attacked and accused of being a paid schill.

    The general habit of politicians to blame unrelated problems, policy failures on Global Warming.
     
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    Let's not forget who the real election deniers are..

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  16. Cannuck

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    Circumstances change, people can too. People blame politicians but fail to listen to science. :doctor:

    How do Canadian provinces and territories compare to American states in terms of COVID-19 cases? During the first two waves of the pandemic, Canada’s highest-reporting regions were low compared to places south of the border. But in the third wave, that’s changed.

    https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/coron...vinces-rank-against-american-states-1.5051033
     
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    Hoax
     
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  21. mr-x

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    65% approval rating! YE-HAAAAA!!!!


    Eating, driving and keeping your house warm / cool are root causes of Climate Change.
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    Meanwhile in FL.... DeSantis has over 55% approval rating despite non-stop hit jobs by the media.
     
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    Yes!! Crisis diverted!!

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    Granholm was unavailable for actual questions as she boarded her private jet for a lunch with Scrooge McDuck in her personal bank vault.
     
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    Biden hasn’t even been in office 6 months and the economy is going to shit … I figured it would
     
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    Congrats graduate :bag:

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    The Plandemic has revealed the USA has a large influx of Tards .. go get covid vaccinated… then continue to religiously wear a mask daily … first off .. it was enriched Tardness to play Plandemic in the first place .. Super Retard to take the Plandemic vaccine … Full Retard to continue to wear a mask after taking the vaccine
     

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