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Nunes comes out against Trump being re-elected:

Moonbeam

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At the end of this USA Today piece:


And later in the show, Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., who is the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, accused Ocasio-Cortez of promoting a "socialist" agenda of "one-party control" of government.
"The more I think that they’re out there promoting this kind of craziness and silliness, the more that the American people are put off, and the more likely President Trump is re-elected,” Nunes added.

Clearly Nunes is afraid the Democrats will get Trump elected and he is warning them not to do that. Can't have that turd in there for another four years.
 

Commodus

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The irony of this coming from Nunes, the guy notorious for being Trump's waterboy. He'd love a Trump dictatorship so long as he got a cushy job. Anyone want to place odds on Nunes fleeing to a country with no US extradition treaty if Trump loses in 2020?
 
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tweaker2

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The major problems with Repubs criticizing anyone outside of their party is they have no credibility to begin with having spent all of it trying to get rid of Obamacare and gifting the very wealthy with unnecessary tax cuts, they have the leader of their party being the most prolific liar of all the presidents we've had in these modern times, they've repeatedly stabbed the middle class and the poor in the back in order to bring more and more wealth to the aristocrat class of the nation AND they pile up these debts to society thinking they'll never have to pay for it at the polls.

Tick tock, those days are coming to an end no matter what laws they break to stay in power.
 
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compuwiz1

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Nunes isn't saying or thinking what you think he is. Everyone can understand that the dems are helping reelect Trump. They have nothing to run on and have no platform other than free shit and bring down Trump. Remember when Democrats said stuff like "ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country"??? There is a 180 degrees of separation between those dems and todays dems. (socialists)
 

GodisanAtheist

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"Stop trying to hold the President accountable, otherwise he's going to win again"

The party of personal responsibility folks.IIn a weird way, it makes sense in a society where everything is someone else's fault.

You get the government you deserve I guess.
 

Commodus

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Nunes isn't saying or thinking what you think he is. Everyone can understand that the dems are helping reelect Trump. They have nothing to run on and have no platform other than free shit and bring down Trump. Remember when Democrats said stuff like "ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country"??? There is a 180 degrees of separation between those dems and todays dems. (socialists)
No, only die-hard Republican drones think the Dems are helping to reelect Trump in a significant way. And besides, I think "restoring vaguely competent, honest and humane government" is a pretty damn compelling platform.

For that matter, what happens if Biden wins the nomination (which seems likely) and Republicans can't lean on their hyperbolic "kill the commies" shrieking to rally votes? The American right is so obsessed with competing against a straw version of the Democrats that it could be screwed if and when it actually has to fight a moderate.

I'd add that it's not a radical idea to believe that your health shouldn't be dictated by the size of your bank account.
 

sandorski

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No, only die-hard Republican drones think the Dems are helping to reelect Trump in a significant way. And besides, I think "restoring vaguely competent, honest and humane government" is a pretty damn compelling platform.

For that matter, what happens if Biden wins the nomination (which seems likely) and Republicans can't lean on their hyperbolic "kill the commies" shrieking to rally votes? The American right is so obsessed with competing against a straw version of the Democrats that it could be screwed if and when it actually has to fight a moderate.

I'd add that it's not a radical idea to believe that your health shouldn't be dictated by the size of your bank account.
Even with Biden they'll still be all "Kill the Commies".
 
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HomerJS

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How did Nunes get Trump's dick out of his mouth long enough to give an interview??
 
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