Mate... you, uh, do remember all the Republicans who are voting for Biden, yeah? I'm not saying he's going to win - I remember 2016 too well to say anything - but I think you're being a bit disingenuous here.
@Daedelus I've not heard of a single Republican voting for Biden (seriously), so no. Not being "disingenuous here."
I apologize for my tone, I think I forget that I tend to spend a lot more time reading about politics than most people. It's entirely understandable that you might not have heard this stuff before, but here's a list of a few members of the Republican Party who have endorsed Joe Biden.- Fmr. Governor John Kasich- Fmr. Senators Jeff Flake and John Warner- Fmr. Representatives Joe Walsh, Susan Molinari, and Charles Djou- Fmr. Secretary of Defense Colin Powell- John McCain's wife Cindy and daughter Meghan- 100 John McCain campaign staffers, 30 Mitt Romney campaign staffers, and nearly two dozen George W. Bush campaign and administration staffers- A group of 73 former U. S. national security officials from past and present Republican administrations, including former heads of the CIA and FBI and Trump administration officialsSeveral prominent Republicans have also announced they will not be supporting Trump, although they haven't said they'll vote for Biden.- President George W. Bush- Fmr. Trump Defense Secretary Jim Mattis- Fmr. Trump Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly- Fmr. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson - Fmr. National Security Advisor John Bolton
@Daedelus I don't doubt that's the case. Biden is probably buddies with them. I'm just saying, none of them matters when it comes to the American people, most of whom have been screwed by the radical left all throughout 2020 and been forced to remain silent due to fear of Cancel Culture or Twitter psychos going after them and their careers. Now, they're starting to raise their voices now that the election is around the corner. They''re damn pissed off, and rightfully so. I'm in South Korea for the time being, but can still vote by mail-in ballot, and I'm right there with them in voting for Trump.
Speaking as part of the "radical left", I really wish we had even 1% of the power you all seem to think we have.
@Cupcakes_No_Flakes Thanks for the MHO!
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Damn auto-correct. It's meant to be "among blacks and Hispanics" and voter base not voter ass 🤣
Aw come on Trump is not that bad it’s not like Pol Pot or Stalin. I mean Canadian politics can be weird too although I’m Asian American so I just see both countries as similarly silly
@Tea-Spaghetti "Not that bad" and "not like Pol Pot or Stalin" are very different things, though. Just to pick one example, the Trump administration has completely bungled the COVID-19 response, leading to over 200,000 deaths. Canada, in contrast, has about 9,900. That's not "similarly silly" - Trudeau may not be the best leader around, but he's lightyears ahead of Trump.
@Daedelus That's cause America has more people. Case fatality rate in US is still behind UK and European countries...
@Tea-Spaghetti The proportion of deaths out of the total population in the US is three times larger than Canada's. India has 1.3 billion people, nearly four times that of the US, yet roughly half as many cases. It's true that the US does have a lower case fatality rate than the UK and many other European countries, but that doesn't avoid the fact that more people, proportionately, are dying in the US than anywhere else. In my opinion, that is a very, very clear black mark on Trump's record.
@Daedelus I agree there can be better than Trump but unfortunately he’s what we got for now. I’m an Asian so at the end of the day I’m not like most Americans but I just scoff when other Western countries, especially other English speaking countries, beguile the US too much. Because in my opinion you all have fundamentally the same culture so you’re not too far from just insulting yourselves too lol
@Tea-Spaghetti Except the point of this isn't to insult US culture, it's to point out the fact that the United States (a global superpower) is currently run by someone who is simply unfit for office. His actions will affect people around the world, regardless of their culture or nationality. Saying "he's what we've got" or "he's not too bad", or creating distance between yourself and this conversation, is ignoring the fact that you or people you care about will be absolutely be impacted by this election.
@Daedelus I voted for Tulsi Gabbard I know it won’t make a difference but at least I have my conscience.
Yeah but what about Europe's leaders like Stalin, Hitler, Mussolini, Churchill, Napoleon, Franco, etc...
@Tea-Spaghetti What does that have to do with anything?
Most of the US new sources viewed outside the US are *** HEAVILY *** biased against Trump. So much so they are considered the propaganda arm of the Democrat party. If your opinion is based on CMM/ MSNBC stretch your legs and access Fox news for OAN.
@Kiss_Me Fox News is right-leaning and OAN is heavily right-leaning, according to the media bias ranking on Allsides. com, and neither source is considered reliable by MarketWatch. If you're interested in reliable right-wing (or at least right-leaning) news sources, I'd suggest The Hill and National Review.
@Daedelus Just as long as you get news from different sources. The media is trying to manipulate you. Its best to make it hard for them to do so.
@Daedelus The question was, "Who do you want to win the USA election?"My reply is, "Trump looks bad, so I hope Biden wins".
@Kiss_Me I do not need a news channel to establish what Trump is like. No European does. We simply go by what he says and what he does... or doesn't do!!
The American people made their own bed. The Democrats could've had Tulsi Gabbard, who I would've gladly chosen over Trump, but no. They went with Sleepy Creepy instead. They deserve to fail, miserably. And because of that, I'm all for Trump, yet again. But you're right; I'd rather have someone who seems like a legitimately good candidate, rather than "at least he's not the other guy."
Who blocked me? I can’t see them. But whoever you are I wish we can get on better terms @first reply
Do you feel like the two major parties actively work against those that are good but aren't insiders like Bushes or Clintons
@SuccessfulHornDog It's possible I'm not too politically active so not sure