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    Quote Originally Posted by angelo View Post
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    To everyone who is posting a reply to angelo's pictures of Biden kissing women: How do you know that those photos are not photo-shopped? He gets his stuff from right wing propaganda sites, and those sites are going to contain a lot of faked information. Unless there is a link to the source, nothing like that should be trusted. Reposting his pictures and making a comment only makes it worse, because that is the whole reason why people photoshop that kind of material.
    All four of those images are from past news sources. Besides, he's admitted it himself that he is sometimes seen in the wrong light regarding his closeness to females. But hey, at least he's not sniffing male's hair!
    Americans elect this creep at their own peril!
    It takes either a huuuuuge amount of cognitive dissonance or a complete lack of self awareness to say that,

    "Joe Biden is a creep, so I'm going to vote for the guy who wants to fuck his own daughter instead."

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelo View Post
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    To everyone who is posting a reply to angelo's pictures of Biden kissing women: How do you know that those photos are not photo-shopped? He gets his stuff from right wing propaganda sites, and those sites are going to contain a lot of faked information. Unless there is a link to the source, nothing like that should be trusted. Reposting his pictures and making a comment only makes it worse, because that is the whole reason why people photoshop that kind of material.
    All four of those images are from past news sources. Besides, he's admitted it himself that he is sometimes seen in the wrong light regarding his closeness to females. But hey, at least he's not sniffing male's hair!
    Americans elect this creep at their own peril!
    Biden is much more honorable than sleezy shit for brains Trump. I'm sure you agree!

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelo View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Copernicus View Post
    To everyone who is posting a reply to angelo's pictures of Biden kissing women: How do you know that those photos are not photo-shopped? He gets his stuff from right wing propaganda sites, and those sites are going to contain a lot of faked information. Unless there is a link to the source, nothing like that should be trusted. Reposting his pictures and making a comment only makes it worse, because that is the whole reason why people photoshop that kind of material.
    All four of those images are from past news sources. Besides, he's admitted it himself that he is sometimes seen in the wrong light regarding his closeness to females. But hey, at least he's not sniffing male's hair!
    Americans elect this creep at their own peril!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horatio Parker View Post
    All of the presidential aspirants voted for the war.
    Excuse me what

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    Quote Originally Posted by PyramidHead View Post
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    All of the presidential aspirants voted for the war.
    Excuse me what
    In 2003.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horatio Parker View Post
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    All of the presidential aspirants voted for the war.
    Excuse me what
    In 2003.
    Control+F and type Sanders

    http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2002/roll455.xml

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    Quote Originally Posted by PyramidHead View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Horatio Parker View Post

    In 2003.
    Control+F and type Sanders

    http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2002/roll455.xml
    Sanders was not a presidential contender in 2003.

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    They Disappeared the Fighter: Thoughts on Elizabeth Warren’s Campaign - The American Prospect - "Warren was ill-served by consultants and had everything that made her a compelling political figure erased from her image."

    She hired campaign consultant Joe Rospars.
    Rospars was responsible for positioning Warren to the electorate. If you asked me to identify Elizabeth Warren’s talents as a politician, I would simply say that she’s a fighter. Witness her performance in hearings that would so damage the reputations of (mostly) male financial titans that they would quickly resign in disgrace. She fought the Obama administration whenever it strayed from putting the public interest over the interests of financiers. The fights displayed her first principles: a populist champion of the little guy, battling a rigged system.

    Under Rospars, Warren decided to highlight how she had a very nice golden retriever. “They chose ... Bailey over ‘blood and teeth,’” said one anonymous staffer to Politico, referring to an old quote where Warren said she would rather have no Consumer Financial Protection Bureau “and plenty of blood and teeth left on the floor” than a weak agency. Several staffers complained that Rospars tried to soften Warren’s edges, make her less polarizing, and generally erase the thing that made her a political rock star in the first place. Campaigns that express a fear of letting the candidate act like the candidate rarely succeed.

    In place of this, Rospars highlighted Warren’s plans, white papers that are relatively common in presidential campaigns. The focus on policy was admirable, and did have an initial impact. But it eventually started to blur together; by the end, new plans were being fashioned out of bits and pieces of old plans so the campaign could say they had a new plan.
    So Elizabeth Warren got wimpified, and that deprived her of much of her appeal -- a candidate who will fight for ordinary people.
    Even though it was too late, eviscerating Michael Bloomberg in the Las Vegas debate in February gave her a boost. The populist pugilist, the fighter for the middle class, put her into contention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lpetrich View Post
    They Disappeared the Fighter: Thoughts on Elizabeth Warren’s Campaign - The American Prospect - "Warren was ill-served by consultants and had everything that made her a compelling political figure erased from her image."

    She hired campaign consultant Joe Rospars.
    Rospars was responsible for positioning Warren to the electorate. If you asked me to identify Elizabeth Warren’s talents as a politician, I would simply say that she’s a fighter. Witness her performance in hearings that would so damage the reputations of (mostly) male financial titans that they would quickly resign in disgrace. She fought the Obama administration whenever it strayed from putting the public interest over the interests of financiers. The fights displayed her first principles: a populist champion of the little guy, battling a rigged system.

    Under Rospars, Warren decided to highlight how she had a very nice golden retriever. “They chose ... Bailey over ‘blood and teeth,’” said one anonymous staffer to Politico, referring to an old quote where Warren said she would rather have no Consumer Financial Protection Bureau “and plenty of blood and teeth left on the floor” than a weak agency. Several staffers complained that Rospars tried to soften Warren’s edges, make her less polarizing, and generally erase the thing that made her a political rock star in the first place. Campaigns that express a fear of letting the candidate act like the candidate rarely succeed.

    In place of this, Rospars highlighted Warren’s plans, white papers that are relatively common in presidential campaigns. The focus on policy was admirable, and did have an initial impact. But it eventually started to blur together; by the end, new plans were being fashioned out of bits and pieces of old plans so the campaign could say they had a new plan.
    So Elizabeth Warren got wimpified, and that deprived her of much of her appeal -- a candidate who will fight for ordinary people.
    Even though it was too late, eviscerating Michael Bloomberg in the Las Vegas debate in February gave her a boost. The populist pugilist, the fighter for the middle class, put her into contention.
    Nonsense. She and Bernie were fighting for the same slice of the Dem party; but Bernie has had dibs since 2016.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horatio Parker View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Horatio Parker View Post

    In 2003.
    Control+F and type Sanders

    http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2002/roll455.xml
    Sanders was not a presidential contender in 2003.
    My mistake, I thought you meant the vote was in 2003 and the context was current contenders

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