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This is straight up propaganda and indoctrination. If a teacher brought this anti-factual bullshit into my hypothetical kid’s classroom and assigned it as homework, I’d scream bloody murder until they were fired.

3h
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I agree that fucking around with Section 230 opens up a can of worms that could undo the internet as we know it. Read more

3h
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He reads as Hollywood Republican - fiscal conservative, social liberal - which is Centrist Democrat anywhere else. Read more

4h
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I am once again asking for your support in convincing the Presidential Debate Commission to fit the candidates with electric underpants. Read more

12h
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“I’ve never wished a man dead, but I have read some obituaries with great pleasure.” - Clarence Darrow

Oct 19
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Fox News news wants nothing to do with it because there’s a pretty high chance it’s Russian disinformation and they have at least some degree of journalistic integrity Read more

Oct 19
15

Focusing exclusively on foreign policy is a total tossup for Trump. He could spend ninety minutes bashing China, or get endless questions about Russia. He could whack Joe for his Iraq War vote, or get whacked for letting the Turks fuck up the Kurds. Read more

Oct 19
15

Needs a pack of Parliaments and Dropkick Murphys blaring on an iPod from 2008.

Oct 19
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Part of the reason the Special Prosecutor was shifted to a special counsel was precisely because of Ken Starr’s horrific overreach. He went from investigating a real estate transaction to litigating presidential infidelity. Read more

Oct 19
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This worked against Hillary because she was seen, wrongly, as self-serving, overly ambitious, and Machiavellian. This doesn’t work against Biden because even in the bullshit that they’ve released, Biden comes across as a good dude - he removed a corrupt prosecutor that multiple international organizations had flagged Read more

Oct 18
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Honestly, secret ballots would have solved the issue. By forcing Senators to take a public vote, it almost assures that none of the President’s party would vote to convict because the political cost is too high. Anyone that voted for it, with rare exceptions, would have been primaried and lost.

Oct 18
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I was going to jump in here and add my two cents, but you’ve already got a hundred bucks of thoughts here, so I’ll just say, *gestures at all of this*.

Oct 17
9

2016 was a bad year for Democratic presidential candidates. There weren’t a ton of governors in office that are still in office today - Cuomo, Bullock, Inslee - and a pretty thin bench from the House and Senate. Maybe you could have convinced Warren, Booker, Gillibrand, Castro, or Klobuchar to throw their hats in to Read more

Oct 17
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Because it would be open season on the President. It’s a mutually assured destruction policy to ensure that some overzealous state AG doesn’t indict the President for some bullshit, tie them up in court, and affect the running of the country. Read more

Oct 16
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Yup. I was genuinely shocked that I was starting to feel cramped, but there it is. We are all goldfish.