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sootedupCyndi » 11 Jun 2021, 12:18 am » wrote: well, she isn't doing well already. Intellectually qualified and being able to handle it are two different things. Mike Pence came from talk radio. That's why he was smoothy.
I think the democrats had to put a women of color on the ballot. The blacks really come out for the democrats so they reward the black community with a seat at the table. And I think you just don't like her so you will say that she isn't doing a good job. 

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Crazytrain » 11 Jun 2021, 12:13 am » wrote: SHe was qualified in my opinion...
Qualified for what exactly?

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‘The Heiress Prepares’: Twitter Roasts Harris for Handing Out Cookies With Her Likeness to Reporters

Vice President Kamala Harris has been mocked by social media users for handing out cookies with her face on them to reporters on Guatemala-bound plane.

The VP was traveling to the Central American country on Sunday for a meeting with President Alejandro Giammattei, after Joe Biden tasked her with leading diplomatic efforts in the region amid the US border crisis.

But it was not so much the VP’s first trip abroad in her new official capacity that caught the eye of Twitter users, as her ‘ministrations’ in the tail section of Air Force 2.

USA Today politics reporter Courtney Subramanian shared a picture of Harris distributing cookies bearing her likeness, made in the style of her official White House portrait...


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Jantje_Smit » 11 Jun 2021, 3:40 am » wrote: Qualified for what exactly?

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‘The Heiress Prepares’: Twitter Roasts Harris for Handing Out Cookies With Her Likeness to Reporters

Vice President Kamala Harris has been mocked by social media users for handing out cookies with her face on them to reporters on Guatemala-bound plane.

The VP was traveling to the Central American country on Sunday for a meeting with President Alejandro Giammattei, after Joe Biden tasked her with leading diplomatic efforts in the region amid the US border crisis.

But it was not so much the VP’s first trip abroad in her new official capacity that caught the eye of Twitter users, as her ‘ministrations’ in the tail section of Air Force 2.

USA Today politics reporter Courtney Subramanian shared a picture of Harris distributing cookies bearing her likeness, made in the style of her official White House portrait...


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Pence was a freaking talk show host for Pete's sake.

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Vegas » 10 Jun 2021, 10:36 pm » wrote: Just another reason to be skeptical of polls. I get that we need to have some system of prediction. I understand that. However, in today's culture, political correctness runs wild. People will say anything just so they society doesn't look down on them. However, PC prevents people from saying how they really feel. Some arguments just aren't worth getting into. So they say what makes people happy so they wont have to deal with blowback. Once in the voting poll, they are free to decide what they wish. The polls said they want women in charge. The same people they polled voted otherwise. 

When they’re asked by pollsters, Americans are all for women in leadership. Heck, nearly everyone — 93 percent — asked in last year’s Gallup poll about the subject said they think a woman could be president within a decade.[Democratic center tightens its hold]But it was a different story once they got to that voting machine in the presidential primaries, knocking off fantastically qualified and intriguing female candidates state after state, going instead with the sure bet — Biden.

Sure, voters say they want women in charge. But they don’t vote like it. (msn.com)
You can't use words like "women", "women" or "mother".  You need to change the title to this:

 Sure, voters say they want women BIRTHING PEOPLE/PERSON in charge. But they don’t vote like it.
 

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Huey » 11 Jun 2021, 6:23 am » wrote: You can't use words like "women", "women" or "mother".  You need to change the title to this:

 Sure, voters say they want women BIRTHING PEOPLE/PERSON in charge. But they don’t vote like it.
I read about that... the correct woke term for 'mother' is parent who gave birth.. lol... I'm not kidding you..

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Yeah kids always change the meaning of thing to make up new terms.

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The goal was beat trump. Biden was the sure thing. It worked

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Vegasgiants » 11 Jun 2021, 8:33 am » wrote: The goal was beat trump. Biden was the sure thing. It worked

Anything is better than trump. 

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Vegasgiants » 11 Jun 2021, 8:33 am » wrote: The goal was beat trump. Biden was the sure thing. It worked

So if the dims are being sexist, that is ok with you.  However, if the right is being sexist, then your virtue signaling comes out. Lol

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Vegas » 11 Jun 2021, 12:59 pm » wrote: So if the dims are being sexist, that is ok with you.  However, if the right is being sexist, then your virtue signaling comes out. Lol
Who are the dims?
 

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Flippitty bippitty!!!!!!!!!!!

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Vegasgiants » 11 Jun 2021, 1:02 pm » wrote: Flippitty bippitty!!!!!!!!!!!
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What?


Clog it up 
 

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Looks like you lost the bet. 

Too bad, you are officially a ******. 

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Crazytrain » 11 Jun 2021, 10:41 am » wrote: Anything is better than trump.

Such a thoughtful and intelligent response...oh yeah, look who it's coming from. Never mind. 

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Vegas » 11 Jun 2021, 1:04 pm » wrote: Looks like you lost the bet. 

Too bad, you are officially a ******.
Huh?

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Vegas » 10 Jun 2021, 10:36 pm » wrote: Just another reason to be skeptical of polls. I get that we need to have some system of prediction. I understand that. However, in today's culture, political correctness runs wild. People will say anything just so they society doesn't look down on them. However, PC prevents people from saying how they really feel. Some arguments just aren't worth getting into. So they say what makes people happy so they wont have to deal with blowback. Once in the voting poll, they are free to decide what they wish. The polls said they want women in charge. The same people they polled voted otherwise. 

When they’re asked by pollsters, Americans are all for women in leadership. Heck, nearly everyone — 93 percent — asked in last year’s Gallup poll about the subject said they think a woman could be president within a decade.[Democratic center tightens its hold]But it was a different story once they got to that voting machine in the presidential primaries, knocking off fantastically qualified and intriguing female candidates state after state, going instead with the sure bet — Biden.

Sure, voters say they want women in charge. But they don’t vote like it. (msn.com)

What sex are the women?

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Vegas » 10 Jun 2021, 10:36 pm » wrote: Just another reason to be skeptical of polls. I get that we need to have some system of prediction. I understand that. However, in today's culture, political correctness runs wild. People will say anything just so they society doesn't look down on them. However, PC prevents people from saying how they really feel. Some arguments just aren't worth getting into. So they say what makes people happy so they wont have to deal with blowback. Once in the voting poll, they are free to decide what they wish. The polls said they want women in charge. The same people they polled voted otherwise. 

When they’re asked by pollsters, Americans are all for women in leadership. Heck, nearly everyone — 93 percent — asked in last year’s Gallup poll about the subject said they think a woman could be president within a decade.[Democratic center tightens its hold]But it was a different story once they got to that voting machine in the presidential primaries, knocking off fantastically qualified and intriguing female candidates state after state, going instead with the sure bet — Biden.

Sure, voters say they want women in charge. But they don’t vote like it. (msn.com)
There were a lot more women in leadership under monarchy than under democracy
 

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