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Re: The Future of the Republican Party

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
11 Nov 2022, 4:55pm
Palin lost again, so that's something.
I imagine this is also having quite an effect on Hoy's boner.

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revbob wrote:
11 Nov 2022, 8:52pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
11 Nov 2022, 4:55pm
Palin lost again, so that's something.
I imagine this is also having quite an effect on Hoy's boner.
The real loser of the midterms could be Hoy's milf psychopath fantasies. Hey, Nate Silver, you missed that one, didn't you?
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JennyB wrote:
11 Nov 2022, 2:24pm
Flex wrote:
10 Nov 2022, 7:45pm
For people looking into Colorado from the outside, winning CO-03 as a Dem is basically like when Doug Jones won in Alabama. That took running against an actual pedophile to pull off. Boebert being a vile, useless ethno-nationalist just (almost certainly) isn't enough. But in the newly created right- leaning CO-08 - which encompasses parts of northern Colorado which wanted to cecede from the state a few years ago because Colorado was getting too liberal - the democrat in that race just punched the DeSantis-esque Republican in the mouth (proverbially) - and in CO-07 the democray absolutely ran away with a race people were expecting to at least be close. Just as some context.
Yeah. People who live outside of Colorado don't know just how right wing/libertarian places outside of Denver/Boulder can be.
I find most states to be like this. Even WA is hideously rightwing once you leave Seattle city limits.
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Re: The Future of the Republican Party

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 8:52am
revbob wrote:
11 Nov 2022, 8:52pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
11 Nov 2022, 4:55pm
Palin lost again, so that's something.
I imagine this is also having quite an effect on Hoy's boner.
The real loser of the midterms could be Hoy's milf psychopath fantasies. Hey, Nate Silver, you missed that one, didn't you?
Don’t forget Matey and I share this predilection.
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Re: The Future of the Republican Party

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Kory wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:16pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 8:52am
revbob wrote:
11 Nov 2022, 8:52pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
11 Nov 2022, 4:55pm
Palin lost again, so that's something.
I imagine this is also having quite an effect on Hoy's boner.
The real loser of the midterms could be Hoy's milf psychopath fantasies. Hey, Nate Silver, you missed that one, didn't you?
Don’t forget Matey and I share this predilection.
I try to block this out because I'm depending on you to avenge my death (or my life, whatever).
"And so the sailor goes, 'I don’t know, but it’s driving me nuts!'” - Woodrow Wilson to David Lloyd George, Paris Peace Conference, 1 February 1919

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:18pm
Kory wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:16pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 8:52am
revbob wrote:
11 Nov 2022, 8:52pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
11 Nov 2022, 4:55pm
Palin lost again, so that's something.
I imagine this is also having quite an effect on Hoy's boner.
The real loser of the midterms could be Hoy's milf psychopath fantasies. Hey, Nate Silver, you missed that one, didn't you?
Don’t forget Matey and I share this predilection.
I try to block this out because I'm depending on you to avenge my death (or my life, whatever).
I can do that and still like bespectacled brunette moms.
"Toto is OK." —Inder

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Kory wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:26pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:18pm
Kory wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:16pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 8:52am
revbob wrote:
11 Nov 2022, 8:52pm


I imagine this is also having quite an effect on Hoy's boner.
The real loser of the midterms could be Hoy's milf psychopath fantasies. Hey, Nate Silver, you missed that one, didn't you?
Don’t forget Matey and I share this predilection.
I try to block this out because I'm depending on you to avenge my death (or my life, whatever).
I can do that and still like bespectacled brunette moms.
The specifications in my will preclude this. It's not just about doing the job, but about doing it properly and with the right mindset.
"And so the sailor goes, 'I don’t know, but it’s driving me nuts!'” - Woodrow Wilson to David Lloyd George, Paris Peace Conference, 1 February 1919

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:32pm
Kory wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:26pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:18pm
Kory wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:16pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 8:52am


The real loser of the midterms could be Hoy's milf psychopath fantasies. Hey, Nate Silver, you missed that one, didn't you?
Don’t forget Matey and I share this predilection.
I try to block this out because I'm depending on you to avenge my death (or my life, whatever).
I can do that and still like bespectacled brunette moms.
The specifications in my will preclude this. It's not just about doing the job, but about doing it properly and with the right mindset.
You're lucky I'm a bit of a Don Juan—there's all sorts of people to be into, although I shall miss my milfs.
"Toto is OK." —Inder

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Kory wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:48pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:32pm
Kory wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:26pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:18pm
Kory wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:16pm


Don’t forget Matey and I share this predilection.
I try to block this out because I'm depending on you to avenge my death (or my life, whatever).
I can do that and still like bespectacled brunette moms.
The specifications in my will preclude this. It's not just about doing the job, but about doing it properly and with the right mindset.
You're lucky I'm a bit of a Don Juan—there's all sorts of people to be into, although I shall miss my milfs.
As long as they aren't psychopaths, I'm willing to make allowances. But if you're going to be my angel of death, I need you to get your head right.
"And so the sailor goes, 'I don’t know, but it’s driving me nuts!'” - Woodrow Wilson to David Lloyd George, Paris Peace Conference, 1 February 1919

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Re: The Future of the Republican Party

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:55pm
Kory wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:48pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:32pm
Kory wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:26pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:18pm


I try to block this out because I'm depending on you to avenge my death (or my life, whatever).
I can do that and still like bespectacled brunette moms.
The specifications in my will preclude this. It's not just about doing the job, but about doing it properly and with the right mindset.
You're lucky I'm a bit of a Don Juan—there's all sorts of people to be into, although I shall miss my milfs.
As long as they aren't psychopaths, I'm willing to make allowances. But if you're going to be my angel of death, I need you to get your head right.
10-4, sarge
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Kory wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:15pm
JennyB wrote:
11 Nov 2022, 2:24pm
Flex wrote:
10 Nov 2022, 7:45pm
For people looking into Colorado from the outside, winning CO-03 as a Dem is basically like when Doug Jones won in Alabama. That took running against an actual pedophile to pull off. Boebert being a vile, useless ethno-nationalist just (almost certainly) isn't enough. But in the newly created right- leaning CO-08 - which encompasses parts of northern Colorado which wanted to cecede from the state a few years ago because Colorado was getting too liberal - the democrat in that race just punched the DeSantis-esque Republican in the mouth (proverbially) - and in CO-07 the democray absolutely ran away with a race people were expecting to at least be close. Just as some context.
Yeah. People who live outside of Colorado don't know just how right wing/libertarian places outside of Denver/Boulder can be.
I find most states to be like this. Even WA is hideously rightwing once you leave Seattle city limits.
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lmao, suck it mcconnell
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Flex wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 11:39pm
lmao, suck it mcconnell
Great pleasure in seeing a cold-blooded, calculating, vampire's plans get foiled by a senile grifter. Does he openly move and speak against Trump now?
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Flex wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 11:39pm
lmao, suck it mcconnell
I wish this could be enough. Even if they win Georgia Manchin and Sinema will continue to handcuff progress in the Senate.

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Kory wrote:
12 Nov 2022, 3:15pm
JennyB wrote:
11 Nov 2022, 2:24pm
Flex wrote:
10 Nov 2022, 7:45pm
For people looking into Colorado from the outside, winning CO-03 as a Dem is basically like when Doug Jones won in Alabama. That took running against an actual pedophile to pull off. Boebert being a vile, useless ethno-nationalist just (almost certainly) isn't enough. But in the newly created right- leaning CO-08 - which encompasses parts of northern Colorado which wanted to cecede from the state a few years ago because Colorado was getting too liberal - the democrat in that race just punched the DeSantis-esque Republican in the mouth (proverbially) - and in CO-07 the democray absolutely ran away with a race people were expecting to at least be close. Just as some context.
Yeah. People who live outside of Colorado don't know just how right wing/libertarian places outside of Denver/Boulder can be.
I find most states to be like this. Even WA is hideously rightwing once you leave Seattle city limits.
I saw several people questioning how Wisconsin re-elected our Democratic governor because "the map is all red" - I guess showing they don't understand that land doesn't vote.
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