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Mr.TaterSalad last won the day on September 4 2016

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  1. Mr.TaterSalad

    2018 Midterm Elections

    This guy lies so much it's ridiculous. Even on Twitter he lies. Lying Ted Cruz.
  2. Mr.TaterSalad

    2018 Midterm Elections

    Then Democrats should be playing ads with the Charlotsville imagery in them to remind voters which party marches through the streets with tiki torches chanting anti-Semitic, racist chants and which one doesn't.
  3. Mr.TaterSalad

    The Presidency of Donald J. Trump

    The Democrats needed a two pronged approach. They need a unified message on policy, ala Newt Gingrich and the Republicans from 1994 with the Contract with America. That message needs to include 10 pillars as the Republicans did in their original contract. Including things like universal healthcare with Medicare-For-All, lowering prescription drug prices with federal price negotiations and drug importations from Canada, protecting Social Security from Republican attempts to privatize it, raising he payroll tax to make the rich pay their fair share of FICA, investments in pre-k education, universal childcare for working woman, free college tuition for all, equal pay-equal work laws, criminal justice and drug law reforms, etc. Then, once the policy goals are in place all Democrat candidates from New York to California would run on these goals and values. From there, the next prong of the attack would be to talk about how Republicans want to gut Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid. The old "throw grandma off a cliff argument." TV ad after TV ad, Facebook posts and ads, radio ads, billboards, mailers, everything would depict Republicans as the party that wants to gut these programs and throw grandma out into the street and to the wolves. Turn every voter you can, 55 and over, against the Republican party. Don't make it about Trump, make it about Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, and the extreme right win agenda that is gutting the very programs meant to protect seniors and provide for their well-being. AARP did this tactic to the Bush Administration when they wanted to privatize a portion of Social Security in 2006 and it worked quite well politically. Bush's numbers sank even further and the Republican's privatization plan was DOA. The Democrats took back control of the House in 2006 as well.
  4. Mr.TaterSalad

    The Presidency of Donald J. Trump

    Argument, what argument? FAKE NEWS!!! There was some loud cheering going on in the background over all the winning that we've been doing as a country and they were just forced to talk over the loud eruption of cheers at the latest win to be announced, this time out of Saudi Arabia.
  5. Mr.TaterSalad

    The Presidency of Donald J. Trump

    True, I could have. But I need to know, is Mr. Khashoggi's death really a tragedy given that the media is our enemy, you know, the enemy of the people?
  6. Mr.TaterSalad

    The Presidency of Donald J. Trump

    Trump makes no sense to me, maybe Stan can help clear this up. So we know that the media is "the enemy of the people", right? So if Jamal Khashoggi, whose a member of the dishonest/corrupt/evil/liberal media, is dead, isn't that a good thing that one of our mortal enemies was killed? It's all very confusing to me. Isn't this what Trump supporters wanted?
  7. Mr.TaterSalad

    2018 Midterm Elections

    The hilariously sad thing about John James is he is an African-American candidate running with the swastika in his ad. It's almost as if he or someone on his campaign or the Republican Senate Re-election Committee said we have to find a connection point between Trump voters and Mr. James. If we can't be racist we'll be anti-Semitic I guess.
  8. Mr.TaterSalad

    2018 Midterm Elections

    Every Democrat running needs to run ads about Republicans pushing grandma off the cliff. Social Security and Medicare cuts should be a political dream for Democrats that will spark backlash with older, absentee voters. When George Bush tried to privatize Social Security AARP and the older vote BBQ'ed the Republicans.
  9. Mr.TaterSalad

    The Presidency of Donald J. Trump

    Truly a tweet for everything . . . Even if it's 10 minutes before the actual details of the story come out. Looks like the Saudi Crown Prince owned this guy!
  10. Mr.TaterSalad

    2018 Midterm Elections

    There were Republicans on the cesspool that is Twitter claiming that this was on a school bulletin board and it was merely displaying a project about WWII. Pathetic explanations.
  11. Mr.TaterSalad

    The Presidency of Donald J. Trump

    How on Earth does a swastika end up in a TV ad then? These marketing and production firms do edit these ads and that is an inexcusable and reprehensible oversight if it indeed was just that and nothing more malice.
  12. Mr.TaterSalad

    2018 Midterm Elections

    This is the John James TV ad I was referencing above. I'm sure it was just a minor oversight because, you know, every high school hallway has a swastika on its bulletin board.
  13. Mr.TaterSalad

    The Presidency of Donald J. Trump

    Did everyone see the Swastika in the TV ad for Michigan's Republican US Senate candidate John James? If not, check out the video I posted of the ad in the midterms thread. Welcome to Trump's America folks, where a black Republican running for office is putting Swastikas and subliminal messages in his TV ads.
  14. Mr.TaterSalad

    2018 Midterm Elections

    Michigan Republican Apologizes for Image of Swastika in TV Ad Look at the wall in the school hallway at the :10 second mark and you'll see the Swastika pinned to the wall.
  15. Mr.TaterSalad

    2018 Michigan Gubernatorial Race

    A heads up that Bernie Sanders will be in Ann Arbor this Friday, October 19th. It will be for a rally endorsing Gretchen Whitmer for Governor. The event is at the University of Michigan's Rackham Auditorium at 7pm. It is free and open to the public, so no RSVP or tickets are required. If you are interested in going I suggest getting there early as a lot of people will be going and lining up early.