Politics 2024 General Election Thread

Started by Enigma, Apr 28, 2020, in Life Add to Reading List

Who did you/are you voting for?

Poll closed Nov 4, 2020.
  1. Joe Biden

  2. Donald Trump

  3. Third Party

  4. Abstaining

  5. Not a US Citizen, but would vote Biden

  6. Not a US Citizen, but would vote Trump

  7. Not a US Citizen, but would vote third party or abstain

  1. Alchemist34
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    Alchemist34 DO MY HEAD

    Sep 27, 2021
    speaking of embarrassing s--- do Biden's gaffs remind anyone else of being barred out on xans? Like when you're not totally blacked out and think you're behaving/talking normal but something's obviously off to anyone watching

    Feb 25, 2024
  2. reservoirGod
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    reservoirGod reckless adventurer.

    Sep 27, 2021
    Today the Republicans decided to destroy the economy.

    They also think Biden's COVID19 vaccination booster was saline.
    Feb 25, 2024
  3. Alchemist34
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    Alchemist34 DO MY HEAD

    Sep 27, 2021
    Well destroying Biden's communist economy should be the number one priority to any god fearing American patriot like Mitch
    Feb 25, 2024
  4. Enigma
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    Enigma Civil liberties > Police safety

    Dec 18, 2021

    Feb 25, 2024
  5. Anhartancy
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    Sep 29, 2023
    Wow, looking back at this thread, it's almost like a time capsule, isn't it? I find it really interesting to see how the forum was leaning back in 2020, especially when comparing it to the actual election results. It's funny how some things change and others stay eerily similar, even after three years.
    For those who are still keenly interested in political discourse and would like a specialized platform for it, you might want to check out this [deleted]. It's dedicated to nuanced discussions, real-time updates, and even community polls that could gauge sentiment much like the one Enigma put up here.
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    Feb 25, 2024
  6. Head Bussa
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    Dec 1, 2023
    Feb 25, 2024
  7. JMG
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    JMG Teflon

    Dec 2, 2023
    Trump won
    Feb 25, 2024
  8. dna hits
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    Dec 3, 2023
    If Trump gets a fair chance to run for next election, I don’t see any Democrat who can beat him now. I do agree with Trump on how pointless NATO is and the states wasting a ton of money on countries who sat back and watched a US naval ship being attacked instead of sending Ariel support. The US is being ripped off by other countries, plain and simple.
    Feb 25, 2024
  9. JohnMills
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    Jan 20, 2024
    It's a significant milestone that Raphael Warnock could become the first black Senator from the old Confederacy to secure his seat through election, marking a noteworthy progression in the region's political landscape. This achievement, along with others like Tim Scott's unique path to the Senate, underscores the evolving narrative of African-American leadership. It's a reminder of the strides made, as showcased by these trailblazers, and their stories contribute to the ongoing narrative of undefeated African-American leaders.
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