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In Bernie we trust......
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Or how about God bless Nancy.
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Post here.
You can not separate it that way no matter how much you would like to .
They are connected without exception , what you are hoping for is like segregated schools teachsame crap, same pile just do not do it in my neighborhood.
Bill's abortion law post proves that point.

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kinslayer, Bob's right.
Even GB said he would accept some cross-over when both politics and religious beliefs get intertwined.

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Or how about God bless Nancy.
AOC thinks she's going to get that job someday. Her and Nancy don't seem to get along very well.
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AOC thinks she's going to get that job someday. .....

Argent, I don't think so!


AOC is loosing support from her own district.
Seems they vote democrat but majority dis-like socialism.


Seems they really did not understood AOC when they 1st voted for her.
Not surprising, democrats really don't campaign on many issues.
And the few that they do, its always emotional, not necessarily fully understood.


I think she is going to have a harder time in her next election, if she stays with same district.
May try a stepping stone to Vice-Presidential candidate to avoid district election again.

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Ray there ain't no telling what that woman will do. She reminds me of a broken compass lol.
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Argent, I don't think so!


AOC is loosing support from her own district.
Seems they vote democrat but majority dis-like socialism.


Seems they really did not understood AOC when they 1st voted for her.
Not surprising, democrats really don't campaign on many issues.
And the few that they do, its always emotional, not necessarily fully understood.


I think she is going to have a harder time in her next election, if she stays with same district.
May try a stepping stone to Vice-Presidential candidate to avoid district election again.
trouble is, they vote stupid ! They are NY City residents..and they vote for the most left-leaning person available, whether that person has any brains or not !

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trouble is, they vote stupid ! .....

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LOL. Your right. LOL
LOL if they vote stupid, they certainly have the best candidate!

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