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  • WstateU
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    Originally posted by ShockerPrez View Post
    Good for Hunter. Pulling himself up to get his life back on track. He's definitely had some rough patches and setbacks. But life throws you curveballs and isn't always fair. But it's how you deal with the hurdles that builds character. Obviously Hunter had a rough life growing up, but I admire a guy that can fight those demons and disadvantages to be a success. He is an inspiration to us all.

    Even if you have some troubles and addictions, you too can become a board member with a company someday if you work hard and keep trying. Hunter is a shining example of what all of us can achieve no matter much life throws at us.

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  • ShockerPrez
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    Good for Hunter. Pulling himself up to get his life back on track. He's definitely had some rough patches and setbacks. But life throws you curveballs and isn't always fair. But it's how you deal with the hurdles that builds character. Obviously Hunter had a rough life growing up, but I admire a guy that can fight those demons and disadvantages to be a success. He is an inspiration to us all.

    Even if you have some troubles and addictions, you too can become a board member with a company someday if you work hard and keep trying. Hunter is a shining example of what all of us can achieve no matter much life throws at us.

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  • 1972Shocker
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    Revealed: Hunter Biden 'possession of controlled substance' charge kept under wraps while father led drug war from Senate

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/p...ar-from-senate

    Joe Biden’s son Hunter was arrested on Jersey Shore drug charges in 1988 and had his record expunged at a time when his father was pushing for the incarceration of drug offenders drawn disproportionately from minority groups.

    Congressional records reveal that Hunter Biden, now 49, was arrested in Stone Harbor, New Jersey, where the Biden family has often holidayed over the years, in June 1988. Hunter Biden, then 18, had just graduated from the prestigious Archmere Academy prep school, which his father had also attended. The former vice president and his wife Jill have often been spotted on trips to Stone Harbor.

    The arrest has not previously been reported.

    A year after the arrest, Joe Biden gave a speech in which he said the federal government needed to “hold every drug user accountable" because, "If there were no drug users, there would be no appetite for drugs, there would be no market for them." He neglected to mention the drug use in his own family.


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  • WstateU
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    Originally posted by C0|dB|00ded View Post
    A gay guy with Butt in his name. Absolutely priceless. Really nice dude but he would break all records for electoral failure if he became the nominee.

    It makes sense that a party as strategically incompetent as the Dims would end up with a Biden-type character. The obvious winning strategy would be to get one of the most popular Libs in Hollywood to run against Trump. In that scenario they would have a chance. Maybe they've already asked all the top prospects and nobody would put their money where their mouth is. Typical. This is another reason why Donnie is the man. He risked - and continues to risk - everything to go up against the Washington machine for common sense Americans everywhere.

    The man's got stones, pure and simple...


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    Mount Rushmore sized stones...

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  • C0|dB|00ded
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    A gay guy with Butt in his name. Absolutely priceless. Really nice dude but he would break all records for electoral failure if he became the nominee.

    It makes sense that a party as strategically incompetent as the Dims would end up with a Biden-type character. The obvious winning strategy would be to get one of the most popular Libs in Hollywood to run against Trump. In that scenario they would have a chance. Maybe they've already asked all the top prospects and nobody would put their money where their mouth is. Typical. This is another reason why Donnie is the man. He risked - and continues to risk - everything to go up against the Washington machine for common sense Americans everywhere.

    The man's got stones, pure and simple...


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  • wufan
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    Buttigieg might sneak in ala 2008 Obama. Little experience, little known. More charismatic than Biden and less crazy than Sanders/Warren.

    Biden doesn’t seem healthy. Warren has been described as Hillary with a Bernie mask.

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  • SB Shock
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    1. Biden 29.8
    2. Sanders 19.3
    3. Warren 18.5 (down from her peak of 26%)
    4. Buttigieg 7.8

    Leaders in primary

    Iowa - Buttigieg
    NH - Warren
    NV - Biden
    SC - Biden
    CA - Biden
    Texas - Biden
    Mass - Warren

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  • C0|dB|00ded
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    Tough day for Hunter and Co. One domino falls.


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  • pinstripers
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    https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/...222408619.html

    Joe Biden just became a grandfather again ! Congrats !!

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  • SB Shock
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    Biden 28%
    Warren 21%
    sanders 17%

    Biden leads in SC +22
    Biden leads in Nevada +4
    Warren leads NH +11
    warren leads Iowa +2

    battle of endorsement

    1. Biden
    2. Harris
    3. Booker

    Battle of donors (m = millions)
    1. Sanders 46m
    2. Warren 35m
    3. Buttigieg 32m
    4. Harris 25m
    5. Biden 22m

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  • C0|dB|00ded
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    https://www.cnbc.com/2019/09/26/wall...nominated.html

    Wall Street Democratic donors warn the party: We’ll sit out, or back Trump, if you nominate Elizabeth Warren
    Oh what a pickle... Watch this!


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  • C0|dB|00ded
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    Open borders ultimately work fine in a welfare state for people outside the country (Who wants to enter Venezuela?). It's the producers inside the country that you need border protection for as they will be fleeing in droves.


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    Last edited by C0|dB|00ded; July 11th, 2019, 01:56 PM.

  • wufan
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    Maybe if we just had a male tax? That would help, right?

  • ShockerPrez
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    Don't forget about the closing the gender pay gap. Thats a day 1 pledge from a couple of them.

  • Dark Lord
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    Originally posted by wufan View Post

    Are you saying that open borders, universal healthcare, free college, free money, a safe gun free environment, renewable energy, and school desegregation are bad policies?
    Open borders do not work in a welfare state.

    Universal healthcare does not work as it is too expensive and leads to a number of issues. You can see this in a number of European countries.

    Free college makes degrees meaningless.

    Free money is soulless.

    Gun free environments are where most mass shootings take place.

    Renewable energy is great if it is actually efficient and affordable. Not currently the case.

    School desegregation? Have I missed something? Was this not done in the 60's?

    Oh, and none of those free things are in fact free and will cost tax payers trillions and accomplish little if anything.

    So yeah, they are all bad policies.

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