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HonestChieffan 10:27 PM 01-09-2019
Kamala Lala Dingdong is about to jump in the frying pan......So we have The NotSioux Princess and whatever Kamala claims to be.

Has a book out....what libs here have read it? Any good?

She is anti-Catholic and anti Knights of Columbus.

Had an interview with Jake Tapper, Mr Softballs for libs, and she stepped on her dick right out of the box.



Is she a star? or a shooting star about to burn up in the atmosphere?

1/26/2019:

Pete Buttigieg
Kerstin Gillibrand
Kamala Harris
Tulsi Gabbard
Elizabeth Warren
John Delaney
Andrew Yang
Julian Castro
Richard Ojeda
Bernie Sanders likely

3/17 Update https://www.cnn.com/2019/01/21/polit...ent/index.html
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LiveSteam 06:30 PM 01-24-2019
Originally Posted by Cave Johnson:
Ironically, exposing yourself is how you ended up on the sex predator list.
:-). Well played
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NinerDoug 06:32 PM 01-24-2019
Originally Posted by Cave Johnson:
Screw that chick.
:-)
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Cave Johnson 06:36 PM 01-24-2019
Originally Posted by LiveSteam:
:-). Well played
Thanks.

You teed it up.
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Cave Johnson 06:38 PM 01-24-2019
Originally Posted by NinerDoug:
:-)
She’s also been critical against HI Senator Maize Haruno, which isn’t cool IMO.

Haruno with serious shade.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/thehill...ecord-of%3famp
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LiveSteam 06:40 PM 01-24-2019
The dem party consists of two groups.
Skeletors, Trump police and the pool of presidential candidates. Nothing more.
The only Dems with fresh ideas. Are full blown ComuNazies.
The last time I seen something as out of wak as the Dems. It was a red 1980 Yugo with a snapped timing chain and bent valves.. What fucking mess that was.
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LiveSteam 06:43 PM 01-24-2019
Originally Posted by Cave Johnson:
Thanks.

You teed it up.
I did indeed
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True North 06:50 PM 01-24-2019
It's interesting, you heard the notion that America was still to sexist to elect a woman and that's why Hillary lost in 2016. Yet most of the candidates vying for the nomination. So either it was an excuse by the ideologically possessed, or things have certainly changed in 4 years.

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Cave Johnson 06:53 PM 01-24-2019
Originally Posted by True North:
It's interesting, you heard the notion that America was still to sexist to elect a woman and that's why Hillary lost in 2016. Yet most of the candidates vying for the nomination. So either it was an excuse by the ideologically possessed, or things have certainly changed in 4 years.

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Hillary lost because 1) she was extremely polarizing, 2) she represented the establishment in a change election, and 3) she tried to run up her margins rather than solidify the Rusr Belt.
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HonestChieffan 09:32 PM 01-24-2019
Kamala Harris will prove to be as unlikeable or worse than Hillary
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LiveSteam 10:18 PM 01-24-2019
She's a lightweight. Hell... They're all lightweights.
Hillary 2020.. You're with me or ELSE!!
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GloryDayz 11:14 PM 01-24-2019
Originally Posted by NinerDoug:
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...cid=spartandhp

Hawaii's Gabbard formally launches campaign for president





HONOLULU U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, a Democrat known for bucking the party establishment and for criticizing U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East, formally launched her campaign for president with a video posted online Thursday.

Gabbard joins a growing field of Democrats seeking their party's nomination. U.S. Housing Secretary Julian Castro recently announced a bid, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Sen. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York and Sen. Kamala Harris of California say they are running.

"We have people in positions of power who are not thinking about the well-being of the people and our planet," Gabbard said in the video . "Where is that conversation about the needs of our people?"

Gabbard, 37, has represented Honolulu's suburbs and rural Hawaii in the U.S. House since 2013. She is a combat veteran who served in Iraq and Kuwait with the Hawaii National Guard.

She was an early, vocal supporter of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders during the last presidential campaign, which has made her popular with progressive Democrats.

Gabbard indicated in an interview with CNN earlier this month that she would be a candidate. She said she would follow it up with a formal launch, which occurred Thursday.

Critics have focused on her past advocacy against same-sex marriage.

Gabbard released a nearly four-minute-long video statement on YouTube last week explaining how she grew up in a socially conservative household but has since formed her own opinions shaped by her life experiences.

She apologized for her past statements and the harm they caused.
Need pics of her nekkid, but I might be willing to listen to her spinions (if she's nekkid)...
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BucEyedPea 11:15 PM 01-24-2019
Originally Posted by LiveSteam:
She's a lightweight. Hell... They're all lightweights.
Hillary 2020.. You're with me or ELSE!!
First anchor baby to run.
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RodeoPants2 01:27 AM 01-25-2019
No on Tulsi
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patteeu 01:28 AM 01-25-2019
Originally Posted by RodeoPants2:
No on Tulsi
Why?
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RodeoPants2 01:58 AM 01-25-2019
Originally Posted by patteeu:
Why?
As always, still open minded about anyone, but her views on foreign policy are very concerning. I'm not a fan of her past LGBT ideas either, but that seems like less relevant at the moment.
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