jbnw started the topic UNDECIDED VOTERS WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT BIDEN LAPTOP in the forum President 3 hours ago
With apologies for the source, but I can’t find the original on the LA Times.
Focus group of undecided voters agree that the foreign corruption emails are a serious issue that Joe Biden needs to address. “It’s a simple question and he’s been avoiding it.”
UNDECIDED VOTERS WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT BIDEN LAPTOP: Focus group of undecided voters agree that the foreign corruption emails are a serious issue that #JoeBiden needs to address. "It's a simple question and he's been avoiding it."#WhatDoesJoeKnowpic.twitter.com/gexEUpnkik
— John Cremeans 🇺🇸 (@JCremeans) October 24, 2020
Worth a two minute listen.
Lots of cherries grown there.
Like the rifle my father brought home after being discharged after WW II.
Literally laughing out loud 🙂
Only 42,709 more clues like that needed!!
jbnw replied to the topic ‘Stunning’ Executive Order Would Politicize Civil Service in the forum General Discussion 2 days ago
Yes, the Legislative branch creates the laws, and the executive branch organizations interpret and implement them in the Code of Federal Regulations –
But some days I’m glad I’m not a lawyer.
As there about 42,712 things it COULD be.
jbnw replied to the topic WSJ’s Daniel Henninger on Hunter Biden: it’s “the reality that we have a story here” in the forum President 2 days ago
But then, that would’ve only been to the benefit of the the voting public, not the Republicans or the DNC.
Now it’ll be to the benefit of the Republicans with a growing corruption issue hanging over President-elect Biden and/or President Biden.
jbnw started the topic WSJ’s Daniel Henninger on Hunter Biden: it’s “the reality that we have a story here” in the forum President 2 days ago
Text on screen: Hunter Biden’s former business partner tells Fox “the big guy” referenced in email was Joe Biden
WSJ’s Daniel Henninger on Hunter Biden: it’s “the reality that we have a story here”
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) October 22, 2020
Wall Street Journal should add to the credibility.
jbnw replied to the topic Obama Delivers Blazing Critique of President in 2020 Campaign Trail Debut in the forum President 2 days ago
Oregon is a vote-by-mail state, and mine went into the mail a couple of days ago. I am doing my best to tune out the chaos for the next couple of weeks 🙂
jbnw replied to the topic White House pushing for stimulus deal within next 48 hours in the forum Latest Breaking News 3 days ago
And both parties realize they have to try and show they care about the electorate.
If it’s not signed, both parties will completely blame the other.
If it is signed, both parties will take full credit for it.
Sounds like a win-win in either case for both major parties, if you’re not paying attention to what’s going on.
I am glad the JPR membership considers a third-party or an independent candidate a truly viable option.
Especially this year when it’s really, really hard to determine which is actually the lesser of two evils.
jbnw replied to the topic I feel like I've suddenly become a senior citizen overnight in the forum General Discussion 3 days ago
So I’ll likely never know – even an antibody test is only good for a few months and those weren’t available at all for months.
jbnw replied to the topic Democratic chairman 'unconvinced' by arguments to slash defense budget, but open to debate in the forum General Discussion 3 days ago
Why should we leave our footprints all over?
How many people even have an Apple TV?
Effective loss of a cultural icon. Is “It’s A Wonderful Life” next?
jbnw replied to the topic Who will President Harris name as her Vice-President? in the forum General Discussion 3 days ago
(In honor of 50 years of Charlie Brown)
I hadn’t even thought of a Republican but I can see it now …
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