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  1. Aaron Miller Inactive
    Aaron Miller

    If it is generally believed that Joe Biden is indeed already senile, then Republicans have a duty to press their objections today and not wait until after Biden’s possible election or even until later in the campaign.

    What could make a worse mockery of democratic elections than placement of a senile pawn in our government’s highest office? 

    Political strategy, if not honor, requires that Republicans make their objections now to voters being hoodwinked by election of a pawn or a President immediately and deliberately replaced by the Vice President. Democrats would rightly argue during impeachment debates that Republicans could have and should have insisted a senile candidate be replaced and voted for while time remained to do so. 

    If Democrats are allowed to propose a clearly senile pawn immediately after an unprosecuted felon in the previous election, then I might never vote again because this government would clearly be a fraud.

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  3. RufusRJones Member

    I know I’ve said this before, but I highly recommend listening to the reason magazine interview by Nick Gillespie of Thaddeus Russell. He owns the website renegade history. He just nails what’s wrong with college.

    He might be kind of a tricky guest because he’s pretty far left.

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  4. MISTER BITCOIN Inactive

    I recently saw @johnhinderaker interviewed on Sky News Australia discussing briefly the election and Biden’s senility


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  5. MISTER BITCOIN Inactive

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  6. colleenb Member

    I’ve been thinking more recently that I really need to read the Benedict Option. That may be what we have to do in some way. Happy 20oth! They haven’t cancelled you yet.

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