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US Presidential Election 2020 - Trump vs Biden

Discussion in 'Speaker's Corner' started by BowdonUK, 29 Jun 2019.

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  1. Nitefly

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    I mean... surely he's going to come out with:

    "Trump....? ...... Bi-den" *waves*

    I say this knowing he won't and it's a thoroughly dumb joke and pithy, but on a childish level it would amuse me :p
     
  2. dowie

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    It's not an ill defined positon though - it's you refusing to accept someone having a different take and then trying to force in your own positions... nuance seems to be an issue for you when this happens. Apparently, even after explanations, you need to break things down into simplistic either or scenarios... "no dowie either you agree with me or your must believe this position I've assigned you" - kind of ridiculous and rather dishonest given you've read my previous explanations.
     
  3. delta0

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    Now we just need Democrats to squeeze a win on the senate.
     
  4. Jono8

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    No, your position...isn't a position at all on the subject at hand.

    You cant commit to one or the other, or even say you cant decide because it undermines your initial argument.

    This is what happens everytime.
     
  5. dowie

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    Why isn't it a valid positon? Instead of trying to force me to accept some position you've chosen for me then why not try to present an argument, if you think I'm wrong then argue why. All you do is repeatedly ask the same question, you ignore explanations/discussion and just want everything to fit into some simplistic view you've constructed.
     
  6. mysticsniper

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    Between now and January 21st, we'll have enough to last the next 4 years :D
     
  7. StriderX

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    Doubt they will, but it might be 'better' if they don't.
     
  8. Bouton Aide

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    Alright... I'll start.

    [​IMG]
     
  9. FlapR

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    Trumps lawyers "press conference" outside a garden center garage...just about sums it all up really :p
     
  10. efish

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    U.K, British museum were trying to get hold of it. No idea where it is, or if it is still functional, as I am sure some people state side would have paid top dollar to have it over there for this moment.

    Would have been amusing to have a second van behind the loser one advertising man sized nappies ( for those difficult moments in life).
     
  11. mattyg

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    Having been to the white house... I'm not sure its being driven that close
     
  12. C.R.A.Z.Y

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    It's hard for you to understand because you clearly have no soul!
     
  13. jamoor

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    Also why is everything race with these people?
    The black vote
    The hispanic vote
    The latino vote
     
  14. RatmanGB

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    So. Will Boris congratulate Biden now, or stay loyal to Trump a bit longer?
     
  15. jamoor

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    I think British people are just more stoic.
     
  16. Nitefly

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    :D :cool:
     
  17. StriderX

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    Well how else do you describe these voter blocs?
     
  18. dowie

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    That would be quite a funny move for a company like pampers right about now aynway! :D
     
  19. cu3ed

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    The latino vote is hilarious, the voted for Trump, saying that they came form places where dictators rule, so they voted for Trump as Boden is more socialist, youclouldnt make it up.
     
  20. jamoor

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    American?
     
  21. Jono8

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    Trump has shown us that 'The Big Lie' works still...and alarmingly well.

    Did you see some of the Trump campaign videos intended for Latinos. Crazy stuff.
     
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