Obama Deployed to Salvage Wreck of SS Biden

 

Notice you’re seeing Obama pop up here and there to backstop Biden?  Just a quick note here to observe that this is likely a sign of disastrous internal polling.  The ship of diminished state is taking on water.

Obama, of course, is here to support the dimwit-in-chief, but I also smell (check my grades later) a “correction” coming.  Obama is playing top cover for Joe to forsake Israel.  The Slow Joe administration screwed up in the Marxist’s eyes by swiftly and clearly supporting Israel in her moment of grief and fury.  This was the right decision to arrive at quickly, and I commend the people who got it done.  It was probably not difficult because it is self-evidently the right answer.

But it was the wrong answer for the US political party that hates America and Israel equally, and now they have work to do.  Kamala’s “Islamophobia” (that’s a made-up word) trial balloon did not go well, or not well enough, and Blinken’s back-pedaling, Kirby’s shoe-gazing, and KJP’s… whatever that act is… are all insufficient to get Joe off the hook.  They are having difficulty getting the boat to go the wrong way.

And so Captain Wrong-Way has now arrived on scene like the magnificent Italian Coast Guard Commander De Falco who flame-sprayed the Captain of Costa Concordia — but in reverse.  The ship was making good headway, and now Obama is shouting to open all the valves, throw the rudder hard over toward the rocks, pee in all the fuel — whatever it takes to stop America’s support of Israel’s legitimate and reasonable military operation to prevent recurrence of the October 7 attacks.

Obama has publicly maintained distance from his third term, but now dual disasters have forced him to show himself again — Slow Joe’s tanking numbers and the accidental, reflexively correct decision to support Israel in the face of horrific, unspeakable atrocity.

And now Obama must get Joe on board with Team Atrocity.  Vai a bordo!

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  1. Percival Thatcher
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    @Percival

    So America’s leading antisemite charges to the fore.

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  2. DonG (CAGW is a Scam) Coolidge
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    @DonG

    Percival (View Comment):

    So America’s leading antisemite charges to the fore.

    I was thinking Obama speaking out was not to help Joe, but anyone on the Left that confused about what to advocate and what words to say.  Generally people on the Left know how to follow the narrative, but the narrative today (promote Hamas positions) was getting too much blowback.  Some Lefties were getting cold feet.   Cue Obama to massage the narrative get everyone back on the same page. 

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  3. kedavis Coolidge
    kedavis
    @kedavis

    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    Percival (View Comment):

    So America’s leading antisemite charges to the fore.

    I was thinking Obama speaking out was not to help Joe, but anyone on the Left that confused about what to advocate and what words to say. Generally people on the Left know how to follow the narrative, but the narrative today (promote Hamas positions) was getting too much blowback. Some Lefties were getting cold feet. Cue Obama to massage the narrative get everyone back on the same page.

    Well, I can hope that everyone tells Barry where to stuff it.

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  4. BDB Inactive
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    @BDB

    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    Percival (View Comment):

    So America’s leading antisemite charges to the fore.

    I was thinking Obama speaking out was not to help Joe, but anyone on the Left that confused about what to advocate and what words to say. Generally people on the Left know how to follow the narrative, but the narrative today (promote Hamas positions) was getting too much blowback. Some Lefties were getting cold feet. Cue Obama to massage the narrative get everyone back on the same page.

    I’m not saying that he does it for love of Joe.  It’s damage control for his sock puppet.

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  5. EODmom Coolidge
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    @EODmom

    BDB (View Comment):

    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    Percival (View Comment):

    So America’s leading antisemite charges to the fore.

    I was thinking Obama speaking out was not to help Joe, but anyone on the Left that confused about what to advocate and what words to say. Generally people on the Left know how to follow the narrative, but the narrative today (promote Hamas positions) was getting too much blowback. Some Lefties were getting cold feet. Cue Obama to massage the narrative get everyone back on the same page.

    I’m not saying that he does it for love of Joe. It’s damage control for his sock puppet.

    I think he just can’t help himself. He’s letting his freak fly and being much more actively aggressive than his usual sneaky passive approach. I expect he thinks he’s thiiisssss close to getting what he wants. 

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  6. DrewInWisconsin, Demagogue 🚫 Banned
    DrewInWisconsin, Demagogue
    @DrewInWisconsin

    The Wheels Are Coming Off the Biden Administration

    And speaking of Obama, he’s suddenly reappeared.  It’s been an open secret in Washington that much of the Biden Administration’s policy – and particularly its mideast foreign policy – has been run on instructions from the Obama crowd.  And now suddenly Obama has shown himself to opine on the Hamas massacre in Israel:  “What Hamas did was horrific, and there is no justification for it. And what is also true is that the occupation, and what’s happening to Palestinians, is unbearable.”

    He added:  “You have to admit that all of us are complicit to some degree.”  No, I don’t admit that at all.  I think that Obama is complicit, by favoring not only negotiations with, but outright subsidies to, terrorists instead of eliminating them.  I also think that he’s trying to spread the blame to “all of us,” now that his policy is a disaster.  

    And what’s this “occupation” stuff?  Israel pulled out of Gaza in 2005, before Obama was elected President.  Hamas considers the entire nation of Israel to be an occupation, and wants it to be Jew-free “from the river to the sea.”  Is that what Obama means by occupation?

    Would love to know. Will some enterprising young reporter ask The One what he meant by “occupation”?

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  7. Barfly Member
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    @Barfly

    Here, take the abbreviation BHO to mean the cognitive entity that’s manipulating public opinion and maybe world events. Now, that might not even exist, in which case BHO is null. Or it might be a set of individuals.

    It’s good that BHO is surfacing publicly.

    1. Because it means he’s under significant pressure. He’s been running the FJB admin all along, but only now does he pop his head out of the upper left corn hole for long enough to admonish us.
      1. If it’s because the program has been running as planned, and loosing Hamas was part of the plan, then this is a significant inflection. @BobThompson, this qualifies as a crisis. Such inflections are kin to singularities. What comes out won’t be totally new and unknowable, but it will be a different expression of the set of fundamental conditions, whatever that is. Inflections are opportunities.
      2. If loosing Hamas wasn’t in the plan, and BHO didn’t expect it, then he’s under a more conventional pressure, to cover a new vulnerability. We need to flank this vulnerability.
    2. Because he risks exposure. Everyone knows FJB isn’t running anything except to the potty, but it’s not said. The edifice of lies is made of bricks. If the “BHO who?” brick crumbles, then the “This president is running things so well we can’t keep up” brick is no backstop at all, like a piton you put in for show. Did that once.
    3. Because this is an opportunity to figure out what individuals are in BHO. I’m still working on that one.
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  8. Clarendon Coolidge
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    @Mackinder

    I am not sure whether Obama’s presence is meant to salvage the wreck of SS Biden, or to be the torpedo that sinks it. I suspect it is the latter.

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  9. BDB Inactive
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    Clarendon (View Comment):

    I am not sure whether Obama’s presence is meant to salvage the wreck of SS Biden, or to be the torpedo that sinks it. I suspect it is the latter.

    Yeah, they have themselves quite a pickle.  The Obamites want to preserve their hidden cabal, but their disguise is falling apart in front of everybody’s eyes.  They don’t want Kamala, and they don’t want to lose.  They (or somebody) keeps sending Buttigieg out but nobody likes him for President.

    Quite a pickle.

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  10. The Reticulator Member
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    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    Percival (View Comment):

    So America’s leading antisemite charges to the fore.

    I was thinking Obama speaking out was not to help Joe, but anyone on the Left that confused about what to advocate and what words to say. Generally people on the Left know how to follow the narrative, but the narrative today (promote Hamas positions) was getting too much blowback. Some Lefties were getting cold feet. Cue Obama to massage the narrative get everyone back on the same page.

    Plausible.

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  11. The Reticulator Member
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    @TheReticulator

    So what has he been saying?  He used to be good at telling people if now was/wasn’t the time to rush to judgment. Something along those lines? 

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  12. Stad Coolidge
    Stad
    @Stad

    I have a feeling that the Biden/Harris ticket is going to be replaced.  Newsom/Whitmer, anyone?

    • #12
  13. DrewInWisconsin, Demagogue 🚫 Banned
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    @DrewInWisconsin

    I tend to think that if they were going to replace Biden/Harris, they would have had to do it already in order for the replacements to gain enough of a national profile.

    • #13
  14. Miffed White Male Member
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    Stad (View Comment):

    I have a feeling that the Biden/Harris ticket is going to be replaced. Newsom/Whitmer, anyone?

    Remember that the Republican Convention next summer is one month before the Democratic Convention.

    As soon as the Republicans have locked in on Trump, look for Biden to get pushed  out.

     

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  15. DrewInWisconsin, Demagogue 🚫 Banned
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    Miffed White Male (View Comment):

    Stad (View Comment):

    I have a feeling that the Biden/Harris ticket is going to be replaced. Newsom/Whitmer, anyone?

    Remember that the Republican Convention next summer is one month before the Democratic Convention.

    As soon as the Republicans have locked in on Trump, look for Biden to get pushed out.

    Way too late.

    So the media would be filling the ears of their listeners with their happy talk about how Joe Biden is wonderful and perfect and caring and exactly what this country needs . . . for four years, . . . and then just before the election they’ll have to switch to telling them he’s not, and here’s this new replacement.

    You can’t undo mind-control that drastically and not suffer damage. You can’t swap in a replacement candidate that late in the game and expect to win.

    Unless, you know, you’ve already got it rigged.

     

     

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  16. BDB Inactive
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    @BDB

    Yeah, they have the media in single-button control.  They can do whatever they want.

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  17. Miffed White Male Member
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    DrewInWisconsin, Demagogue (View Comment):

    Miffed White Male (View Comment):

    Stad (View Comment):

    I have a feeling that the Biden/Harris ticket is going to be replaced. Newsom/Whitmer, anyone?

    Remember that the Republican Convention next summer is one month before the Democratic Convention.

    As soon as the Republicans have locked in on Trump, look for Biden to get pushed out.

    Way too late.

    So the media would be filling the ears of their listeners with their happy talk about how Joe Biden is wonderful and perfect and caring and exactly what this country needs . . . for four years, . . . and then just before the election they’ll have to switch to telling them he’s not, and here’s this new replacement.

    You can’t undo mind-control that drastically and not suffer damage. You can’t swap in a replacement candidate that late in the game and expect to win.

    Unless, you know, you’ve already got it rigged.

     

     

    Poll after poll shows that the vast majority of the population is desperate for an alternative to Trump v Biden.

    Whichever party offers an alternative wins in a  walk.

     

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  18. BDB Inactive
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    Miffed White Male (View Comment):

    DrewInWisconsin, Demagogue (View Comment):

    Miffed White Male (View Comment):

    Stad (View Comment):

    I have a feeling that the Biden/Harris ticket is going to be replaced. Newsom/Whitmer, anyone?

    Remember that the Republican Convention next summer is one month before the Democratic Convention.

    As soon as the Republicans have locked in on Trump, look for Biden to get pushed out.

    Way too late.

    So the media would be filling the ears of their listeners with their happy talk about how Joe Biden is wonderful and perfect and caring and exactly what this country needs . . . for four years, . . . and then just before the election they’ll have to switch to telling them he’s not, and here’s this new replacement.

    You can’t undo mind-control that drastically and not suffer damage. You can’t swap in a replacement candidate that late in the game and expect to win.

    Unless, you know, you’ve already got it rigged.

     

     

    Poll after poll shows that the vast majority of the population is desperatefor an alternative to Trump v Biden.

    That’s what they say.  I guess.

    Whichever party offers an alternative wins in a walk.

    Wow.  That’s handy.  Who knew it was so easy?

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  19. Miffed White Male Member
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    BDB (View Comment):

    Miffed White Male (View Comment):

    DrewInWisconsin, Demagogue (View Comment):

    Miffed White Male (View Comment):

    Stad (View Comment):

    I have a feeling that the Biden/Harris ticket is going to be replaced. Newsom/Whitmer, anyone?

    Remember that the Republican Convention next summer is one month before the Democratic Convention.

    As soon as the Republicans have locked in on Trump, look for Biden to get pushed out.

    Way too late.

    So the media would be filling the ears of their listeners with their happy talk about how Joe Biden is wonderful and perfect and caring and exactly what this country needs . . . for four years, . . . and then just before the election they’ll have to switch to telling them he’s not, and here’s this new replacement.

    You can’t undo mind-control that drastically and not suffer damage. You can’t swap in a replacement candidate that late in the game and expect to win.

    Unless, you know, you’ve already got it rigged.

    Poll after poll shows that the vast majority of the population is desperatefor an alternative to Trump v Biden.

    That’s what they say. I guess.

    Whichever party offers an alternative wins in a walk.

    Wow. That’s handy. Who knew it was so easy?

    Truth is just truth.  You can’t have opinions about truth.

    A few months ago I offered a $500 bet on this (if one of the two party replaces the candidate [Trump/Biden], that party wins).  Nobody took me up on it.

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  20. BDB Inactive
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    @BDB

    Miffed White Male (View Comment):

    BDB (View Comment):

    Miffed White Male (View Comment):

    DrewInWisconsin, Demagogue (View Comment):

    Miffed White Male (View Comment):

    Stad (View Comment):

    I have a feeling that the Biden/Harris ticket is going to be replaced. Newsom/Whitmer, anyone?

    Remember that the Republican Convention next summer is one month before the Democratic Convention.

    As soon as the Republicans have locked in on Trump, look for Biden to get pushed out.

    Way too late.

    So the media would be filling the ears of their listeners with their happy talk about how Joe Biden is wonderful and perfect and caring and exactly what this country needs . . . for four years, . . . and then just before the election they’ll have to switch to telling them he’s not, and here’s this new replacement.

    You can’t undo mind-control that drastically and not suffer damage. You can’t swap in a replacement candidate that late in the game and expect to win.

    Unless, you know, you’ve already got it rigged.

    Poll after poll shows that the vast majority of the population is desperatefor an alternative to Trump v Biden.

    That’s what they say. I guess.

    Whichever party offers an alternative wins in a walk.

    Wow. That’s handy. Who knew it was so easy?

    Truth is just truth. You can’t have opinions about truth.

    A few months ago I offered a $500 bet on this (if one of the two party replaces the candidate [Trump/Biden], that party wins). Nobody took me up on it.

    That’s two playground retorts in one comment.  Impressive.

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  21. DrewInWisconsin, Demagogue 🚫 Banned
    DrewInWisconsin, Demagogue
    @DrewInWisconsin

    Here’s MSNBC, speaking for the Democratic Party:

    What’s behind the nonsensical campaign to replace Biden-Harris in 2024

    MSNBC is the manifestation of the Democrat Narrative.

    And they call replacing Biden “nonsense.”

    Let’s get this out of the way at the outset: No matter how many pundits speculate and pen scorching hot takes floating the idea, Joe Biden is not dropping out of the 2024 presidential race. He’s not dumping the vice president, Kamala Harris, from his ticket. And above all, he remains the best-positioned Democrat to defeat Donald Trump next year.

    Yet somehow, views to the contrary persist. So let’s elaborate on these points one by one.

    Biden announced his candidacy for re-election earlier this year. He’s already raised $77 million as of July, and has no serious primary challenge. He remains broadly popular among Democratic voters, even if he clearly has work to do in order to reassure wayward party members. When Lyndon Johnson abandoned re-election in March 1968, he had spent months dragging his feet on launching a campaign. When he almost lost the New Hampshire Democratic primary to Sen. Eugene McCarthy, his name wasn’t even on the ballot (voters had to write it in). None of that is happening with Biden. He has given every imaginable signal that he is running and that his heart is in it. Barring some unforeseen health event, he’s not dropping out. It simply isn’t going to happen.

    Biden is the incumbent president, and incumbent presidents usually get re-elected.

    Nor will Biden jettison Harris from the presidential ticket. While it’s true that Harris is not terribly popular, dropping her from the ticket would be a slap in the face to the most consistently loyal constituency in the Democratic Party — Black women. There’s a reason that Biden’s announcement video this past June was brimming with images of Harris, Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson (who was nominated by Biden) and dozens of women of color. They are the bedrock of the party, and in an election that will rely heavily on mobilizing Democratic partisans, motivating Black women will be crucial for victory. Anyone suggesting that Biden should drop a Black woman from the presidential ticket to help his re-election chances simply doesn’t understand how Democratic politics works.

    Slate: Stop moaning about replacing Biden and Harris. This is the 2024 Democratic ticket, whether you like it or not.

    New Republic: Democrats Who Want to Replace Biden in 2024 Have Lost Touch With Reality

    CNN: Harris allies and key Democrats rally around vice president amid party handwringing

    Replacing Biden and Harris is not the dream of the Democrats. (They need controllable puppets after all.) But it clearly is the dream of Trump-hating Republicans, because they want their hopes for a Trump loss to come true, and it’s the only way they can see it happening.

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  22. Percival Thatcher
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    @Percival

    DrewInWisconsin, Demagogue (View Comment):

    Here’s MSNBC, speaking for the Democratic Party:

    What’s behind the nonsensical campaign to replace Biden-Harris in 2024

    MSNBC is the manifestation of the Democrat Narrative.

    And they call replacing Biden “nonsense.”

    Let’s get this out of the way at the outset: No matter how many pundits speculate and pen scorching hot takes floating the idea, Joe Biden is not dropping out of the 2024 presidential race. He’s not dumping the vice president, Kamala Harris, from his ticket. And above all, he remains the best-positioned Democrat to defeat Donald Trump next year.

    Yet somehow, views to the contrary persist. So let’s elaborate on these points one by one.

    Biden announced his candidacy for re-election earlier this year. He’s already raised $77 million as of July, and has no serious primary challenge. He remains broadly popular among Democratic voters, even if he clearly has work to do in order to reassure wayward party members. When Lyndon Johnson abandoned re-election in March 1968, he had spent months dragging his feet on launching a campaign. When he almost lost the New Hampshire Democratic primary to Sen. Eugene McCarthy, his name wasn’t even on the ballot (voters had to write it in). None of that is happening with Biden. He has given every imaginable signal that he is running and that his heart is in it. Barring some unforeseen health event, he’s not dropping out. It simply isn’t going to happen.

    Biden is the incumbent president, and incumbent presidents usually get re-elected.

    Nor will Biden jettison Harris from the presidential ticket. While it’s true that Harris is not terribly popular, dropping her from the ticket would be a slap in the face to the most consistently loyal constituency in the Democratic Party — Black women. There’s a reason that Biden’s announcement video this past June was brimming with images of Harris, Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson (who was nominated by Biden) and dozens of women of color. They are the bedrock of the party, and in an election that will rely heavily on mobilizing Democratic partisans, motivating Black women will be crucial for victory. Anyone suggesting that Biden should drop a Black woman from the presidential ticket to help his re-election chances simply doesn’t understand how Democratic politics works.

    Slate: Stop moaning about replacing Biden and Harris. This is the 2024 Democratic ticket, whether you like it or not.

    New Republic: Democrats Who Want to Replace Biden in 2024 Have Lost Touch With Reality

    CNN: Harris allies and key Democrats rally around vice president amid party handwringing

    Replacing Biden and Harris is not the dream of the Democrats. (They need controllable puppets after all.) But it clearly is the dream of Trump-hating Republicans, because they want their hopes for a Trump loss to come true, and it’s the only way they can see it happening.

    Of course the ticket won’t change. They are filling in the mail-in ballots already.

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  23. kedavis Coolidge
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    @kedavis

    DrewInWisconsin, Demagogue (View Comment):

    I tend to think that if they were going to replace Biden/Harris, they would have had to do it already in order for the replacements to gain enough of a national profile.

    Except to the extent that no national profile is needed for people who always vote D no matter what, let alone for the manufacturing of pre-filled ballots.

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  24. kedavis Coolidge
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    @kedavis

    DrewInWisconsin, Demagogue (View Comment):

    Miffed White Male (View Comment):

    Stad (View Comment):

    I have a feeling that the Biden/Harris ticket is going to be replaced. Newsom/Whitmer, anyone?

    Remember that the Republican Convention next summer is one month before the Democratic Convention.

    As soon as the Republicans have locked in on Trump, look for Biden to get pushed out.

    Way too late.

    So the media would be filling the ears of their listeners with their happy talk about how Joe Biden is wonderful and perfect and caring and exactly what this country needs . . . for four years, . . . and then just before the election they’ll have to switch to telling them he’s not, and here’s this new replacement.

    You can’t undo mind-control that drastically and not suffer damage. You can’t swap in a replacement candidate that late in the game and expect to win.

    Unless, you know, you’ve already got it rigged.

     

     

    Ibid.

    And they wouldn’t have to say that Biden is now bad, in order to replace him.

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  25. kedavis Coolidge
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    @kedavis

    Miffed White Male (View Comment):

    BDB (View Comment):

    Miffed White Male (View Comment):

    DrewInWisconsin, Demagogue (View Comment):

    Miffed White Male (View Comment):

    Stad (View Comment):

    I have a feeling that the Biden/Harris ticket is going to be replaced. Newsom/Whitmer, anyone?

    Remember that the Republican Convention next summer is one month before the Democratic Convention.

    As soon as the Republicans have locked in on Trump, look for Biden to get pushed out.

    Way too late.

    So the media would be filling the ears of their listeners with their happy talk about how Joe Biden is wonderful and perfect and caring and exactly what this country needs . . . for four years, . . . and then just before the election they’ll have to switch to telling them he’s not, and here’s this new replacement.

    You can’t undo mind-control that drastically and not suffer damage. You can’t swap in a replacement candidate that late in the game and expect to win.

    Unless, you know, you’ve already got it rigged.

    Poll after poll shows that the vast majority of the population is desperatefor an alternative to Trump v Biden.

    That’s what they say. I guess.

    Whichever party offers an alternative wins in a walk.

    Wow. That’s handy. Who knew it was so easy?

    Truth is just truth. You can’t have opinions about truth.

    A few months ago I offered a $500 bet on this (if one of the two party replaces the candidate [Trump/Biden], that party wins). Nobody took me up on it.

    What if BOTH parties have someone different?

    • #25
  26. Miffed White Male Member
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    Miffed White Male (View Comment):

    BDB (View Comment):

    Miffed White Male (View Comment):

    DrewInWisconsin, Demagogue (View Comment):

    Miffed White Male (View Comment):

    Stad (View Comment):

    I have a feeling that the Biden/Harris ticket is going to be replaced. Newsom/Whitmer, anyone?

    Remember that the Republican Convention next summer is one month before the Democratic Convention.

    As soon as the Republicans have locked in on Trump, look for Biden to get pushed out.

    Way too late.

    So the media would be filling the ears of their listeners with their happy talk about how Joe Biden is wonderful and perfect and caring and exactly what this country needs . . . for four years, . . . and then just before the election they’ll have to switch to telling them he’s not, and here’s this new replacement.

    You can’t undo mind-control that drastically and not suffer damage. You can’t swap in a replacement candidate that late in the game and expect to win.

    Unless, you know, you’ve already got it rigged.

    Poll after poll shows that the vast majority of the population is desperatefor an alternative to Trump v Biden.

    That’s what they say. I guess.

    Whichever party offers an alternative wins in a walk.

    Wow. That’s handy. Who knew it was so easy?

    Truth is just truth. You can’t have opinions about truth.

    A few months ago I offered a $500 bet on this (if one of the two party replaces the candidate [Trump/Biden], that party wins). Nobody took me up on it.

    What if BOTH parties have someone different?

    Then  no bet.

     

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  27. OccupantCDN Coolidge
    OccupantCDN
    @OccupantCDN

    Jews make up 2% of the US population, yet according to FBI crime statistics, are victims of 50% of the hate crimes reported. These stats are from nominal good times, what do you think is going on now?

    Obama has to come to Biden’s rescue. Because he has too, Biden is in trouble because he continued the policies of the Obama. Appeasement and engagement of Iran, diminishing American power, etc. If the Obama is not there to run cover for Biden and control the situation, Biden might lose his nerve and reverse coarse – repudiate the Obama policy…

    The American military establishment has already been stretched to the breaking point. China has been slowly backing out of US assets, their US dollar holding are already down 40% … at some point they’ll sacrifice some of it, and flood it onto the market all at once… Driving the dollar down, equity and debt markets down… which conversely causes interest rates to rise…  

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  28. GlennAmurgis Coolidge
    GlennAmurgis
    @GlennAmurgis

    Now sure what good Obama would do – Bursima Joe applied Obama’s wish list.

     

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  29. kedavis Coolidge
    kedavis
    @kedavis

    GlennAmurgis (View Comment):

    Now sure what good Obama would do – Bursima Joe applied Obama’s wish list.

     

    But Obama was better able to lie about it.

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  30. DrewInWisconsin, Demagogue 🚫 Banned
    DrewInWisconsin, Demagogue
    @DrewInWisconsin

    kedavis (View Comment):

    GlennAmurgis (View Comment):

    Now sure what good Obama would do – Bursima Joe applied Obama’s wish list.

    But Obama was better able to lie about it.

    Nah, he was just shielded from criticism by virtue of his race.

    Biden doesn’t enjoy such privilege.

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