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Lip Shooter

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As a guy who works and lives around more than a few who have fled from California, all the ones I have met fled California, to get away from all the problems but they still think the solution to those problems is more liberalism/socialism/california style solutions. I literally have to leave the room when they start talking. I wonder how this is all going to fall out, but I suspect it is much worse than I can begin to imagine which is probably a good thing as I can't do anything to fix it.
Is this in the docs lounge? All those smart docs you have to walk away from? In the docs lounge?
 

capefearflyfox

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Trump endorsements mean ZERO to me. He's not kingmaker in my eyes. I looked at the past, stances and voting records / decisions for each and every candidate, including superior court seats, county commissioners, right up to US Senator. Made my list and voted. If you make your voting list based solely upon one person's endorsement, then you have bigger issues than your ideology. That goes for Obama, Biden & Trump voters... all 81 million of them, fictitious or not.
 

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Trump endorsements mean ZERO to me. He's not kingmaker in my eyes. I looked at the past, stances and voting records / decisions for each and every candidate, including superior court seats, county commissioners, right up to US Senator. Made my list and voted. If you make your voting list based solely upon one person's endorsement, then you have bigger issues than your ideology. That goes for Obama, Biden & Trump voters... all 81 million of them, fictitious or not.
Me too. I didn't vote for Purdue for Ga gov, though Trump backed him bigly. Kemp has the best chance to beat Abrams.

But still, Trump backed candidates are doing pretty good.
 

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In close districts the best strategy is to vote for the most conservative that is electable.

Agreed....voting for a liberal in these times means voting to elect someone who toes the party line in congressional voting.

Nope.
 

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