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      The Redskins have opened their 2019 season with two losses. Both against Divisional foes. Now they get to close out Week 3 at home on Monday Night against the visiting 1-1 Chicago Bears. The Bears don't have much of an offense but seem to have what may be an elite defense.
       
      On the flip side, the Redskins have a developing passing attack and a disastrous defense. The Redskins haven't had a Defense this vanilla since Mike Nolan received his ice cream. Oh, and the Redskins already have more guys on IR then any other team this season. 
       
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The should be intimidated right now because they are supporting and silent about Trump. He's doing the Republican way so they won't say anything against him, except for a very few.

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How about Trump and misogyny? 

 

These mass shooters have a history of racism and abuse toward women. Right in Trump's wheelhouse of rhetoric.

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I don't care if Biden is friends with some Republicans.  I don't think anyone does really.  What I have a hard time understanding is why he is seemingly giving a pass to these "good Republicans" for putting up with Trump.  We have heard from some of the NeverTrumpers and an increasing amount of GOP that behind closed doors a there are plenty of elected GOP officials who feel the same about Trump as the Dems do, but refuse to say anything publicly.  If that is the case, than sorry, you lose the right to be called "good Republican" 

 

Also, Joe.....they aren't voting for you dude.  Whatever you think you are accomplishing by using this strategy during the primary, will blow up in your face during the general election when you are labeled a socialist, communist, marxist, just like Hillary was, Obama was, Bill was etc etc etc.....it is really the only fuel left for the GOP considering they have run against center-left Dems for the better part of the past 30 years now so their only strategy has been to make up strawmen and fake versions of the Dem candidates to beat up. 

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1 hour ago, NoCalMike said:

I don't care if Biden is friends with some Republicans.  I don't think anyone does really.  What I have a hard time understanding is why he is seemingly giving a pass to these "good Republicans" for putting up with Trump.  We have heard from some of the NeverTrumpers and an increasing amount of GOP that behind closed doors a there are plenty of elected GOP officials who feel the same about Trump as the Dems do, but refuse to say anything publicly.  If that is the case, than sorry, you lose the right to be called "good Republican" 

 

Also, Joe.....they aren't voting for you dude.  Whatever you think you are accomplishing by using this strategy during the primary, will blow up in your face during the general election when you are labeled a socialist, communist, marxist, just like Hillary was, Obama was, Bill was etc etc etc.....it is really the only fuel left for the GOP considering they have run against center-left Dems for the better part of the past 30 years now so their only strategy has been to make up strawmen and fake versions of the Dem candidates to beat up. 

I'm more worried that his comments about the GOP seem at times delusional and far distanced from the reality of what he and Obama had to put up with in Congress, let alone how things are now.

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4 minutes ago, LadySkinsFan said:

I like this Beto running for the Senate against Cornyn.

 

You must not be listening to him, he said no way..no how.

 

not that he had a chance anyway.

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3 hours ago, visionary said:

I'm more worried that his comments about the GOP seem at times delusional and far distanced from the reality of what he and Obama had to put up with in Congress, let alone how things are now.

Yeah, that's either a guy who's lost touch with reality or is just blatantly lying. If he's lying (which I certainly hope he is), then best case he gets elected and then is mocked mercilessly for promising some kind of unity kumbaya administration and then presiding over the usual GOP obstructionism and the virulently divided country everyone with sense knows we re going to have.

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Fastest way for Biden to lose my support, even in the general, is this republicans are good guys and only bad because of Trump thing he’s trying to do. 

 

I know now why he’s doing it. I don’t care. If I’m going to play softball with the Republicans and tip toe around their bull**** to make friends with them as a cost for the Presidency then I don’t want it. I would rather them win it back and continue to distort their brand and everything they stand for with Trump than play nice with them anymore. 

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Obama tried this "they arent that bad" strategy and he became a lame duck president for 6 of the 8 years he was in office.  Have you learned nothing, Joe?  They are not your friends in private if they are your enemies in public.

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9 minutes ago, Llevron said:

I don’t understand the Hispanic support for Donald Trump

 

If Republicans weren't so militant about immigration, Hispanics might actually be a decent voting bloc for them, since the culture is heavily religious/Catholic.  That one tie could be what's keeping a lot of that 28%.  Just a theory.

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19 minutes ago, Llevron said:

I don’t understand the Hispanic support for Donald Trump

 

Hispanics in America are generally 60-70% Dem and 20-30% R.

 

Hispanics are >50% Catholic so Im assuming a chunk of that R support has to do with abortion and LGBT rights.

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