Join Jim and Greg as they cheer Mike Pence for a solid debate and putting Kamala Harris on defense over court packing, the economy, the Green New Deal, fracking and more. They also discuss how Harris once again showed she is overrated as a debater and how the media tried to change the discussion after the debate to how Harris was somehow at a disadvantage because she’s a woman. And they serve up a double shot of crazy as the Commission on Presidential Debates announces next week’s debate will be virtual and President Trump immediately rejects the idea.

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  1. Arahant Member
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    Is it 2021, yet?

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  2. Patrick McClure Coolidge
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    Not saying the President is absolutely correct, but given his history in 2016, and Jim and Greg’s history in 2016, I think it is more likely that the President is correct.

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  3. Arahant Member
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    Patrick McClure (View Comment):

    Not saying the President is absolutely correct, but given his history in 2016, and Jim and Greg’s history in 2016, I think it is more likely that the President is correct.

    Yep. Past performance does not guarantee future results, but there might be an indication there.

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  4. OccupantCDN Coolidge
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    This standard issue California liberal democrat needs to be returned – it has numerous defects that can only be addressed by replacement. Please issue RMA, as soon as possible.

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  5. kedavis Member
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    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    This standard issue California liberal democrat needs to be returned – it has numerous defects that can only be addressed by replacement. Please issue RMA, as soon as possible.

    If you mean Harris, I’d put her as way worse than standard issue, even for PRC.

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  6. Taras Coolidge
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    This standard issue California liberal democrat needs to be returned – it has numerous defects that can only be addressed by replacement. Please issue RMA, as soon as possible.

    If you mean Harris, I’d put her as way worse than standard issue, even for PRC.

    It’s good to remember that she has probably been the beneficiary of affirmative action or racial preferences, every day of her life.

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  7. kedavis Member
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    Taras (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    This standard issue California liberal democrat needs to be returned – it has numerous defects that can only be addressed by replacement. Please issue RMA, as soon as possible.

    If you mean Harris, I’d put her as way worse than standard issue, even for PRC.

    It’s good to remember that she has probably been the beneficiary of affirmative action or racial preferences, every day of her life.

    Like Barack.

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  8. FredGoodhue Coolidge
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    I think Trump sees dropping out of the second debate as a show of strength. He’s not going to let the illness stop him. But to a lot of voters, it looks like giving up on the campaign. To regular voters, the debates are a major part of campaigning, and not participating means dropping out of the campaign.

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  9. kedavis Member
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    FredGoodhue (View Comment):

    I think Trump sees dropping out of the second debate as a show of strength. He’s not going to let the illness stop him. But to a lot of voters, it looks like giving up on the campaign. To regular voters, the debates are a major part of campaigning, and not participating means dropping out of the campaign.

    Does anyone really think that anyone who was planning to vote for Trump, will change their mind if he doesn’t do another rigged debate?

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  10. FredGoodhue Coolidge
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    FredGoodhue (View Comment):

    I think Trump sees dropping out of the second debate as a show of strength. He’s not going to let the illness stop him. But to a lot of voters, it looks like giving up on the campaign. To regular voters, the debates are a major part of campaigning, and not participating means dropping out of the campaign.

    Does anyone really think that anyone who was planning to vote for Trump, will change their mind if he doesn’t do another rigged debate?

    If Trump only gets votes from people currently planning to vote for him, he is almost certainly going to lose.

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  11. kedavis Member
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    FredGoodhue (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    FredGoodhue (View Comment):

    I think Trump sees dropping out of the second debate as a show of strength. He’s not going to let the illness stop him. But to a lot of voters, it looks like giving up on the campaign. To regular voters, the debates are a major part of campaigning, and not participating means dropping out of the campaign.

    Does anyone really think that anyone who was planning to vote for Trump, will change their mind if he doesn’t do another rigged debate?

    If Trump only gets votes from people currently planning to vote for him, he is almost certainly going to lose.

    Seems like I heard that in 2016 too…

    Then do you think that “undecideds” will move to Biden just because Trump maybe – it hasn’t happened yet – declines a “virtual” debate?

    Or like those “Blexit” people you can see on another post, that’s a pretty recent thing, do you think they’re all enthusiastic for Trump because of better jobs etc, but if Trump doesn’t do a “virtual” debate they’ll just go “Oh, no virtual debate? Well screw him and his better jobs and stuff, I’ll vote for Biden!”

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