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pwb

(11,479 posts)
2. We will win by such big numbers pukes will be history for a long time.
Fri Feb 23, 2024, 11:07 AM
Feb 2024

Women and the young will see to that.

Unless the pukes reverse on the climate, women's freedoms, and school shootings and that will never happen. IMO.

They will try anything. We have to win really big! The Wielding Truth Feb 2024 #1
We will win by such big numbers pukes will be history for a long time. pwb Feb 2024 #2
"The House we have now" has NO authority over the new House. brooklynite Feb 2024 #3
I 100% trust what you're saying. bluestarone Feb 2024 #8
NO, NO, NO brooklynite Feb 2024 #9
So, please don't think that i'm agruing with you. i just want to understand what happens. bluestarone Feb 2024 #11
No, there is NO CHANCE brooklynite Feb 2024 #18
Was away for awhile. bluestarone Feb 2024 #35
Genuine Question because I don't know the answer BlueKota Feb 2024 #28
Then there's a vacancy to be filled by a Special Election. brooklynite Feb 2024 #30
Or extend the date of their term due to "national crisis." One they have, obviously, created. Scrivener7 Feb 2024 #14
They can't. TwilightZone Feb 2024 #21
There's no provision for alternate electors either. Scrivener7 Feb 2024 #29
Right, and that worked, correct? TwilightZone Feb 2024 #38
And if Pence had been a little more pliable? Scrivener7 Feb 2024 #41
I think every one of these scenarios, which some here will call baseless conspiracy theories, should be Scrivener7 Feb 2024 #4
It is a baseless conspiracy theory because the House doesn't extend indefinitely like the Senate does. brooklynite Feb 2024 #5
I'm sure they will observe all such rules assiduously. Like they always do. Scrivener7 Feb 2024 #13
Please explain to us all HOW they'll let a former House member vote. brooklynite Feb 2024 #16
Just as there was no legitimate "alternate slate" of electors from seven states in 2020. Scrivener7 Feb 2024 #24
THIS. The rationale they have in their neanderthal . KPN Feb 2024 #12
Baseless conspiracy theories are a waste of time. TwilightZone Feb 2024 #23
This message was self-deleted by its author Scrivener7 Feb 2024 #42
Nothing is beyond the pale with Republicans. dalton99a Feb 2024 #6
I don't think they can do that dsc Feb 2024 #7
Please read the 20th Amendment brooklynite Feb 2024 #10
I agree with your interpretation of the legality here, thucythucy Feb 2024 #20
My concern too is we can't automatically assume BlueKota Feb 2024 #32
I don't think it works that way Fiendish Thingy Feb 2024 #15
What happens if red states refuse to certify thucythucy Feb 2024 #22
While such chaos is technically possible, it doesn't seem likely Fiendish Thingy Feb 2024 #25
Hopefully you're right. thucythucy Feb 2024 #31
Part of Congress conspired on Jan 6 to steal the POTUS for Trump. PufPuf23 Feb 2024 #39
Ok, here's some actual verifiable information: Fiendish Thingy Feb 2024 #17
But, just to be clear, refusing to swear in a certified member DOES NOT MEAN the outgoing member remains in office brooklynite Feb 2024 #19
Exactly. Fiendish Thingy Feb 2024 #26
TYVM for bringing this here!! bluestarone Feb 2024 #36
Thank you. Good item to read. nt PufPuf23 Feb 2024 #40
I think with today's Retrumplican Party maxrandb Feb 2024 #27
This message was self-deleted by its author Prairie_Seagull Feb 2024 #33
I heard it, too. If any races were close, the people elected could have their races contested Vinca Feb 2024 #34
Well, after hearing from some really smart members here, bluestarone Feb 2024 #37
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