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Mon Jun 7, 2021, 11:28 AM

So, lets see, Manchin demands bipartisanship with a voting rights bill, or he'll vote no,

Causing millions to lose their voting rights, especially minorities, and gives corrupt republicans the power to overturn election results just because they can , causing more Democrats to lose their elections. His refusal to prevent these injustices that will happen from his actions makes me wonder has he been corrupted to do this to our country? Why is he claiming bipartisanship is more important to him then millions of Americans losing their voting rights, and elections being corrupted by them reversing them because they didn't win? I think he's a fraud, and investigators should follow the money. This isn't russia Joe.

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Reply So, lets see, Manchin demands bipartisanship with a voting rights bill, or he'll vote no, (Original post)
duforsure Jun 2021 OP
pwb Jun 2021 #1
blm Jun 2021 #2
AZSkiffyGeek Jun 2021 #3
blm Jun 2021 #7
czarjak Jun 2021 #4
RegularJam Jun 2021 #5
JudyM Jun 2021 #6

Response to duforsure (Original post)

Mon Jun 7, 2021, 11:30 AM

1. Because the pukes have been so agreeable to

nothing.

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Response to duforsure (Original post)

Mon Jun 7, 2021, 11:33 AM

2. When Nancy gave GOP what they asked for on 1/6 bill, but, McConnell

filibustered the bill, anyway, did Manchin hold McConnell accountable? Nope. He never does.

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Response to blm (Reply #2)

Mon Jun 7, 2021, 12:09 PM

3. So 1/6 not passing is Manchin's fault now?

I thought it was Sinemaís, although why Patty Murray gets a pass Iím not sure. Personally, I blame Republicans.

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Response to AZSkiffyGeek (Reply #3)

Mon Jun 7, 2021, 08:14 PM

7. No. My point was about his public admonitions against

partisanship that manage to avoid the most deserving targets. Iím sorry, did you think I meant something else?

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Response to duforsure (Original post)

Mon Jun 7, 2021, 01:09 PM

4. "Can't we all just get along"? American Pipe Dream!

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Response to duforsure (Original post)

Mon Jun 7, 2021, 01:13 PM

5. "and investigators should follow the money."

 

What investigators?

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Response to duforsure (Original post)

Mon Jun 7, 2021, 01:52 PM

6. Wondering the same thing today.

Some here say heís dumb. Heís not that dumb, no way. His rationale doesnít cut it, itís just the most convenient (and self-serving) cover story. I have become a cynic about him, and itís creeping broader, too. Has he done anything in WV to sell the importance of the principle? Town halls to get feedback and put the ideas out there for his constituents to chew on? I havenít heard about it, if he has. Seems he finds the Rsí vitriol more compelling than democracy, since heís been so passive.

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