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  1. I don't see Moses coming anytime soon to rescue them and condemning them for their idolatry. According to the biblical narrative the first set of tablets, inscribed by the finger of God, (Exodus 31:18) were smashed by Moses when he was enraged by the sight of the Children of Israel worshipping a golden calf (Exodus 32:19) and the second were later chiseled out by Moses and rewritten by God (Exodus 34:1).
  2. I dumbfounded how the Trumplicans fail to understand why it takes the most populated counties the longest to tabulate the votes (DeKalb county) and they also can’t understand why so many votes go heavily to the Democratic candidate in our most populated cities. At least in Minnesota we have figured it out most rural areas are going to vote red and the 7 county metro area where 50% of the population resides are going to vote blue, very blue. And when the votes are tabulated we know how they are going to vote and don’t question it just because we don’t like the results.
  3. And about a week or so after she said these things she requested an audience with Trump and he declined to meet her. I suppose one could give her a minute amount credit for giving the look of a Trump critic for longer than the day or so Sen Graham gave.
  4. No rift in the Republican party? Watch 2 Republican leaders of the House McCarthy and Cheney clash on whether Trump should speak at CPAC. https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2021/02/24/kevin-mccarthy-liz-cheney-donald-trump-cpac-republican-party-sot-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/this-week-in-politics/ While I don’t agree with the very conservative Liz Cheney on some issues I do love her moxie and the former Republican in me hopes she keeps it up and gets re-elected in 2 years.
  5. https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2021/01/09/theres-reason-why-lisa-murkowski-can-threaten-leave-republicans/ https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/539429-arkansas-state-senator-says-hes-leaving-republican-party And this is not only happening in Arizona but all over the country https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&ved=2ahUKEwjdj8PckIDvAhXZZc0KHc6cAsMQFjAAegQIAhAD&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.fox10phoenix.com%2Fnews%2Fmaricopa-county-recorder-over-10000-gop-voters-have-changed-party-affiliation-in-2021&usg=AOvVaw0EKCXpy5
  6. Ok so you got me there as far as one member of the House(who is not a ranking member in the House) sought to primary some members. But no way does what AOC has said and done rise to the level of what Sen Romney, Senator Sasse and Rep Kinzinger have done with their scathing remarks who made it known they definitely didn’t support or would ever vote for a Trump nor rise to the level of what the current most powerful GOP who holds office, Senator McConnell said with his remarks following the impeachment. McConnell suggested that Attorneys General go after a Trump. And I almost forgot to mention
  7. I am an Independent who has issues with the Progressive wing of the Democratic Party for policy reasons but they do not bully or say the moderates are not Democrats Nor do they threaten to help primary them out of Congress. I also have issues with the Freedom caucus as far as policy but in addition because they threaten, lie and bully the other Republicans who refuse to weirdly “worship one dude”. The problem for the GOP is Twofold because there are fewer of them and part of the Republicans refused to vote for that dude. I may have missed it but I didn’t hear any Democrat leaders saying they
  8. Have to admit I have recently become a fan of Fareed Zakaria. I fully agree with his take today. https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=3680925621956758
  9. The Democrats would pick anyone of 100 million others before they would go with Romney. He is pro life, was excited about the conservative judges appointed to the Supreme Court, supported Trump’s tax cut etc. I admire Romney’s integrity but Romney isn’t interested in running as a Democrat and they don’t want him. Trumpers like to claim anyone who didn’t support Trump as a liberal or Rino but that was not as much about policy but rather more about not being a supporter on a con man.
  10. Completely agree and I might add the guy I voted for said “ rioting and looting is not protesting” nor did he stand in front of those he knew were violent who he had summoned to a walking distance to where he sent them to fight like hell.
  11. Sometimes a whataboutism argument is very relevant..sometimes it’s not
  12. Allowing a Political debate to end with an whataboutism argument without allowing one to point out how someone is comparing apples to oranges is going to be very convenient for those often making false equivalencies. Not sure if this forum will be very relevant if we adhere to your request.
  13. In 2016 Limbaugh was not a Trump supporter saying he wished we had someone else and that Trump wasn’t conservative enough. Like the many GOP Senators who were at first very critical of Trump (Cruz, Graham etc), Limbaugh had an audience to please. It wasn’t going to be Democrats and there weren’t enough Never Trumpers
  14. Problem for the GOP is it won’t be a “big tent“ but rather a “small tent” https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&ved=2ahUKEwib0b2QgPHuAhUGK80KHSuWAJ8QFjAAegQIARAC&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.npr.org%2F2021%2F02%2F01%2F962246187%2Fspurred-by-the-capitol-riot-thousands-of-republicans-drop-their-party&usg=AOvVaw3nyw3uNl7fWfgHQykLbWT6
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