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2 hours ago, MLD Woody said:


I'm a bit hesitant about posting on this topic as the date approaches, as people can't afford to become complacent, but it's pretty much a repeat of what happened in 2016.


Generally, these Polls are +/- 3pts, so here they're saying essentially a dead heat in these.


Total BS of course, as the typical model they use has R's showing up/voting at ~24% of their base.

It's called "Suppression Polls", to make people think it's a waste of time to even bother voting - it's easier to work their fraud that way.


Anyone looking at crowds of Biden vs Trump and thinking only 24% of R's are going to vote are seriously deluding themselves.


Example :




Maybe this ?



Trump Boat Parade in Minnesota ?


How about a Boat Parade for any President - ever ?


This is the next President huh ?



I guess you're really looking for "Heels up Harris" as the next President, cause this guy's going to do good to make it too Election Day.


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You also completely believe in the QAnon conspiracy theory...so... You really have to take everything you post about with a massive grain of salt. 

I'm sure you have a strong understanding of polling and statistics though.



But it does sound like the Trump side has evolved from "polls don't matter" to "THOSE polls don't matter"

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2 hours ago, MLD Woody said:

And you can read into the boat parades all you want. You don't need to go on a parade with your boat to vote for a candidate. 

You don't have to be enthused to vote for Biden. You just have to think he's a better choice than Trump.

and you can't name ONE GOOD or GREAT thing that your obaMao/biden did for America in eight years.

not one. you can't, Hoorta can't, Tex can't.

But guess what:


The Trump administration’s often overlooked list of achievements has surpassed those of former President Ronald Reagan at this time and more than doubled since the last tally of accomplishments after his first year in office, giving President Trump a solid platform to run for re-election on.


As Trump nears the two-year mark of his historic election and conducts political rallies around the country, during which he talks up his wins in hopes it will energize Republican voters, the administration has counted up 289 accomplishments in 18 categories, capped by the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

They include 173 major wins, such as adding more than 4 million jobs, and another 116 smaller victories, some with outsize importance, such as the 83 percent one-year increase in arrests of MS-13 gang members.

“Trump’s successes in reducing the cost of taxes and regulations, rebuilding our military, avoiding wars of choice and changing the courts rival those of all previous Republican presidents,” said Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform.

“Trump has an advantage over Ronald Reagan: He has a Reagan Republican House and Senate while Reagan had a [Democratic Speaker] Tip O’Neill House and a pre-Reagan Republican Senate. Reagan and [former GOP Speaker] Newt Gingrich were the ice breakers that allowed Trump’s victories to grow in number and significance,” he added.

Unlike the Year One list which included many proposals and orders still to be acted on, the new collection includes dozens of actions already in place, signed legislation, and enforced executive orders.


For example, while the Year One list bragged about the administration’s efforts to rewrite the much-maligned NAFTA trade deal with Canada and Mexico, the Year Two list said: “Negotiated an historic U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement to replace NAFTA.”

Screen Shot 2018-10-12 at 8.31.47 AM.png In December, Secrets reported on the first list of White House accomplishments.

And shockingly the NAFTA achievement is presented as a sidebar to the larger achievement that reads, “President Trump is negotiating and renegotiating better trade deals, achieving free, fair, and reciprocal trade for the United States.” Under that umbrella are eight trade deals cut with Japan, South Korea, Europe and China.

“President Trump is a truly unique leader in American history. He’s a kid from Queens who became an international business leader and made billions by getting things when no one said he could,” said Trump’s 2016 campaign pollster John McLaughlin.

“They told him he couldn’t be president and beat the establishment and he did. For two years the establishment is telling him he can’t do things in Washington and he’s succeeding in spite of them. He never retreats. He doesn’t back up. He’s relentless. He just wins,” he added.

Comparing the two years shows that the latest has an expanded group of economic achievements while the pro-life category was folded into the health care section.

Massive overflow crowd tonight in Erie, Pennsylvania. THANK YOU to everyone who came out and joined us. Together, we are MAKING AMERICA GREAT AGAIN! pic.twitter.com/FkPNNVpccX

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 11, 2018

Along the way, there have been some disappointments, such as failing to replace Obamacare, fund a big infrastructure plan, and build the border wall.

But the White House believes that despite a lack of media coverage of his accomplishments, supporters know about them and will head to the voting polls to help the GOP maintain control of the House and keep the president on what CNN dubbed a “winning streak.”

In the Washington Post Friday, former Bush speechwriter and columnist Marc Thiessen agreed and said that Trump has proven to be successful at keeping his campaign promises. He wrote, “The fact is, in his first two years, Trump has compiled a remarkable record of presidential promise-keeping.”

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yes, the rest of us can list hundreds.

Hoorta and his little woodpecker can't even list one on their side.

pretty twisted warped emotional knee jerk TDS - to think biden in the better choice.

No critical thinking with TDS, you betcha.

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