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'skin as thin as a hymen on a kazoo'

Dallas, and Dallas County, is bright blue

Wisconsin? Not so much. Please don't insult hard-working Democrats trying to turn Texas blue. And next time, post in Sports and not GD.

In other words

your ad hominem has been alerted.

Wow

That author is still blaming Jill Stein. Not to mention The Nation and Wikileaks.

Of course he sucks

but if someone posted that about, say, Hillary Clinton ... they'd be banned in less than thirty seconds. Double standards, you see, among the community's interpretations of the ToS.

Where exactly is the line drawn? Conservo-Dems can be denigrated here, as is obvious from this thread. But how liberal a Democrat can one be before criticizing them in this forum becomes grounds for removing the post? Again, Joe Manchin has apparently not reached this threshold.

Who else (potentially)? Just among fairly conservative Democratic Senators running for 2018 re-election in 2016 red states: Heidi Heitkamp, who has interviewed for a job in the Trump administration? Claire McCaskill? Jon Tester, who's heading up the DSCC effort again? Joe Donnelly? Anti-choicer Bob Casey?

I wonder if anyone alerted on this thread and a jury voted "it doesn't break the rule" denigrating Democrats because Manchin -- like Joe Lieberman, "Cornhusker Kickback" Ben Nelson of Nebraska, and so many others before him -- is a Blue Dog.

Wouldn't that be something?

Isn't there a rule on DU

that clearly states you are not supposed to trash Democrats?

Is the sarcasm smiley missing here?

House Dems revive their call for an independent commission

to probe Moscow's meddling in US elections"

http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2017/01/democrats-turn-pressure-republicans-russian-hacking-investigation

It could mean

that they manipulated voter data such that someone who had voted in a D primary could have been shown to have voted in the general when they had not, thus suppressing the vote to some degree.

But this would take an extraordinary amount of sophistication, and I'd be more inclined to believe that voter ID in states like WI and MI were more successful in regard to suppression.

I'm of the opinion that the Russians did not force Hillary not to campaign in Wisconsin, and that the Russians did not put DNC emails on Anthony Weiner's laptop, but maybe that's just me ...

LOL

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