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Algernon Moncrieff

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I'd like to say "Thank you!" To the mebers of our SpecialForces on the al-Baghdadi raid.

He was an evil bastard, and whatever any of you did to hasten his demise is genuinely appreciated.

It's your commander in chief I dislike. None of you strike me as having bone spur issues.

I'm also glad you all had no casualties.
Posted by Algernon Moncrieff | Sun Oct 27, 2019, 08:50 PM (8 replies)

My Prediction: House votes to impeach. Senate fails to convict. Trump claims exoneration.

The Republicans in Congress are more concerned with keeping power than the Constitution. JMHO.

Also, expect many more less-than-veiled threats of violence/civil unrest/civil war if the President elected by a minority of the voters is removed/seriously threatened with removal. If by some miracle he is removed, also expect secession ("Texit" ) talk to loudly resume.

Unrelated: There should be a separate "Hearings & Impeachment" forum.
Posted by Algernon Moncrieff | Thu Oct 24, 2019, 12:22 PM (11 replies)

If you are in the Beto/Castro/Booker/Klobuchar part of the pack, do you stay thru SC or fold sooner?

Amy Klobuchar has had good debate moments, and is looking for a good showing in Iowa (a neighboring state)

Booker hasn't seemed to connect.

Castro and O'Rourke are both struggling, and I can't help but think one or both might be better served running for Senate in Texas.

Is it worth staying, or is the cake baked with Biden/Warren/Sanders/Harris/ & Mayor Pete?
Posted by Algernon Moncrieff | Tue Oct 22, 2019, 01:10 AM (18 replies)

As we wind this debate down....

1) Who do you think did themselves the most good tonight and why?

2) Who could have done better/did badly?

3) How did you feel about the operation of the debate/format/Anderson Cooper et. al.?
Posted by Algernon Moncrieff | Tue Oct 15, 2019, 09:32 PM (6 replies)

Question about the Yang (and, apparently, Gabbard) UBI proposal.

Would the $1,000 per month payment be in addition to programs such as SNAP and Section 8, or in lieu of such programs?
Posted by Algernon Moncrieff | Tue Oct 15, 2019, 09:10 PM (17 replies)
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