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Author Topic: The 2018 US Midterms and Goober-natorial Elections Thread  (Read 497 times)

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Once again - your partisan goggles have prevented you from reading what I actually wrote.  I'll make it easier for you:

"I generally prefer the more centrist of the candidate pool - unless someone really sticks out to me in a good or bad way."

There are 2 choices in this race.  Rick Scott or Bill Nelson.  Bill Nelson is horrible - meaning...he sticks out to me in a bad way.  So, by process of elimination, I am voting for Rick Scott.

Do you understand now?

I think he just found it funny that you said you support centrist candidates, right before you turned around and went for swamp-boy Scott over moderate Nelson.
Yeah this was the point I was getting at. Nelson is generally known as a moderate while Rick Scott placed a gag order on the phrases "climate change" and "global warming" within Florida's Department of Environmental Protection. Frankly, I look at something like this and all I see is a conservative (you) attempting to pass yourself as a centrist to somehow make your opinion be taken more seriously.

Exactly. Boo-hoo, he wouldn't say the guy was a Muslim. Meanwhile, 90% of Florida is basically beachfront property, and insurance companies have actually stopped insuring some communities on the coast because it'll become too expensive in the near future. But yeah, fuck you Bill Nelson, you radical leftist pinko.

Yeah - pretty much everything you just said is incorrect - except for the "fuck you Bill Nelson" - so you got at least one thing correct.  The "uninsurable" communities are very, very few, and they are super old homes lying so far below sea level that they are imminent flood risks.  Basically the same situation as being able to uninsure homes in California for fire damage that are in high-risk areas - but you weren't gonna mention that, were ya?  But keep touting that garbage-ridden, homeless infused shit pile that is California that I thankfully left 25 years ago before it became a bastion of lunacy. 

 

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