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MysteryMan

Member Since: Fri Apr 28, 2017
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Norvell

Member Since: Sun Jan 02, 2011
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Subj: Re: WOW! Moore-acalpse averted! Humanity gets a second chance.
Posted: Thu Dec 14, 2017 at 10:27:26 am EST (Viewed 201 times)
Reply Subj: Re: WOW! Moore-acalpse averted! Humanity gets a second chance.
Posted: Thu Dec 14, 2017 at 09:20:03 am EST (Viewed 207 times)



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      I'll back this up. The joy shouldn't be because a Democrat won, but because a SANE person won.

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        Only troubling thing was how cl0ose it was.

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          Still this is a win in the sanity box.



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    I'm wondering how Moore can explain a race so close and still not being pushed over the finish line by divine intervention. If a miracle occurred, it was in Doug Jones favor. And if God intervened, it was to stop Moore.



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    One thing's for sure, the black community is owed a debt of gratitude (again), because it was their hard work and determination that saved the day. And while I don't always agree with Charles Barkley, he is 100% correct that the Dems have taken the black community for granted (drawing from their well of votes every 2-4 years, then putting them aside).



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    The diversity coalition is now the backbone of the Democratic party, just as the Republicans have a coalition of different (and often conflicting) flavors of conservatism.


The problem is the Dems are taking everyone for granted. They spread themselves so thin covering every special interest group (well except for one), then talk about how divisive the Republicans are (which they are). Problem is they point fingers...when there are also fingers pointing back at them.

How about either party just talk about helping people period. Not the select group they think will get them more votes? personally that's what I want to hear.


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