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Re: Justin Amash - Libertarian Candidate for President?

Posted: Wed Jul 17, 2019 6:40 am
by Ibanez
css75 wrote:
CitadelGrad wrote:
Not really. Sanford is just another establishment politician, much like Mitt Romney and the recently vanquished Paul Ryan. I've had enough of them.

Trump might be a blowhard twat, but he has all the right people pissed off.



You nailed it on Romney, what a douche,


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Why? Is it bc he isn't lock step with Trump? Seems to me that anyone that has an opinion different than Trump, you know someone that can think for them selves is a "loser" or anti-'Merica.

Re: Justin Amash - Libertarian Candidate for President?

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 8:35 am
by Gil Dobie
JohnStOnge wrote:Never heard of him and, though I am registered as a Libertarian, I will vote for whoever the Democrat is in the next Presidential election because I never vote for someone who has no chance at all to win.

Now, if we were to go to "instant runoff" voting I might. But the truth is that voting for someone outside of the two major Party candidates in a Presidential election in today's world is wasting your vote.

Not that votes matter that much anyway for people in most States given the Electoral College system.


I could not in good conscious vote Dem or Rep in the last election. Have to see who the candidates are before I say I'm voting Dem or Rep or I can write-in a vote again. It's not wasted, it's my vote and I'm not voting for POS like Clinton or Trump.

Re: Justin Amash - Libertarian Candidate for President?

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 9:53 am
by css75
Ibanez wrote:
css75 wrote:

You nailed it on Romney, what a douche,


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Why? Is it bc he isn't lock step with Trump? Seems to me that anyone that has an opinion different than Trump, you know someone that can think for them selves is a "loser" or anti-'Merica.



Nothing to do with that, he carpetbagged his way to Utah, he really is the 3rd Mass. Senator, his jealousy of Trump is amazing, he lost in 2012 when that was a gimme because he was a wimpy douche, most importantly he is from a political dynasty and never did an honest days work in his life.


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Re: Justin Amash - Libertarian Candidate for President?

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 10:45 am
by Ibanez
css75 wrote:
Ibanez wrote:Why? Is it bc he isn't lock step with Trump? Seems to me that anyone that has an opinion different than Trump, you know someone that can think for them selves is a "loser" or anti-'Merica.



Nothing to do with that, he carpetbagged his way to Utah, he really is the 3rd Mass. Senator, his jealousy of Trump is amazing, he lost in 2012 when that was a gimme because he was a wimpy douche, most importantly he is from a political dynasty and never did an honest days work in his life.


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And Trump has? :lol:

And I wouldn't say he's from a political dynasty. Does 1 family member make it a dynasty?

Re: Justin Amash - Libertarian Candidate for President?

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 12:54 pm
by BDKJMU
Ibanez wrote:
css75 wrote:

Nothing to do with that, he carpetbagged his way to Utah, he really is the 3rd Mass. Senator, his jealousy of Trump is amazing, he lost in 2012 when that was a gimme because he was a wimpy douche, most importantly he is from a political dynasty and never did an honest days work in his life.


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And Trump has? :lol:

And I wouldn't say he's from a political dynasty. Does 1 family member make it a dynasty?

Gov of Michigan doesn‘t count?
https://wikipedia.org/wiki/George_W._Romney

Re: Justin Amash - Libertarian Candidate for President?

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 2:08 pm
by Ivytalk
So Amash votes with almost all Republicans and a good chunk of Donks to table, and thus kill, Al Green’s impeachment resolution, after he bloviates about how the Mueller report proves that Trump should be impeached.

What a drama queen. :roll:

Re: Justin Amash - Libertarian Candidate for President?

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 2:30 pm
by Skjellyfetti
Al Green's impeachment wasn't the right one. I agree with him, the Conks, and a good chunk of Donks. :thumb:

He did vote to hold Barr and Ross in contempt yesterday, though. :clap:

Re: Justin Amash - Libertarian Candidate for President?

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 2:40 pm
by Ibanez
BDKJMU wrote:
Ibanez wrote: And Trump has? :lol:

And I wouldn't say he's from a political dynasty. Does 1 family member make it a dynasty?

Gov of Michigan doesn‘t count?
https://wikipedia.org/wiki/George_W._Romney

That’s who I’m referring to, genius.


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Re: Justin Amash - Libertarian Candidate for President?

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 4:52 pm
by Ivytalk
Skjellyfetti wrote:Al Green's impeachment wasn't the right one. I agree with him, the Conks, and a good chunk of Donks. :thumb:

He did vote to hold Barr and Ross in contempt yesterday, though. :clap:

Why, pray tell? You want Trump impeached. Given that, what about Green’s resolution made it objectionable?

And you’ve lost the quote function. Why? Bone laziness?

Re: Justin Amash - Libertarian Candidate for President?

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 5:35 pm
by Skjellyfetti
Because I think obstruction of justice is a much more clear-cut impeachable offense than making racist statements. Pretty clearly Amash agrees. You're just looking to pick a nit. Kinda like complaining about me not using the quote function to reply to a post directly above. wgaf, grump?

Re: Justin Amash - Libertarian Candidate for President?

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 5:49 pm
by Ivytalk
Skjellyfetti wrote:Because I think obstruction of justice is a much more clear-cut impeachable offense than making racist statements. Pretty clearly Amash agrees. You're just looking to pick a nit. Kinda like complaining about me not using the quote function to reply to a post directly above. wgaf, grump?

Splitting hairs, you bone-lazy Donk. Doesn’t matter that the resolution was functionally illiterate. It got more Donk votes than the last pre-tweet version.

Re: Justin Amash - Libertarian Candidate for President?

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 5:52 pm
by Skjellyfetti
I don't think they've introduced one for obstruction of justice or any clearly impeachable crimes. Though, I could be wrong.

Al Green's impeachment crusade is ill guided, imo. Impeachment for the sake of impeachment won't work. That isn't splitting hairs. :thumb:

Re: Justin Amash - Libertarian Candidate for President?

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 5:54 pm
by Ivytalk
Skjellyfetti wrote:I don't think they've introduced one for obstruction of justice or any clearly impeachable crimes. Though, I could be wrong.

Al Green's impeachment crusade is ill guided, imo. Impeachment for the sake of impeachment won't work. It isn't splitting hairs. :thumb:

Glad you agree with that, young Skywalker.

Re: Justin Amash - Libertarian Candidate for President?

Posted: Fri Jul 19, 2019 10:43 am
by catbooster
Not sure if Al Green was saying this in reference to Trump:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COiIC3A0ROM

Re: Justin Amash - Libertarian Candidate for President?

Posted: Sat Jul 20, 2019 7:21 pm
by BDKJMU
Ibanez wrote:
BDKJMU wrote:Gov of Michigan doesn‘t count?
https://wikipedia.org/wiki/George_W._Romney

That’s who I’m referring to, genius.


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Well, you should have asked, "Does 2 family members make it a dynasty?"