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Author Topic: The 2018 US Midterms and Goober-natorial Elections Thread  (Read 374 times)

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The 2018 US Midterms and Goober-natorial Elections Thread
« on: June 09, 2018, 05:29:15 pm »
Just so we don't have to log in separate threads for every development, and so we can discuss our respective options in our respective state midterms.

I got my first primary ballot in the mail today and am currently researching gubernatorial candidates for Colorado.

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Just so we don't have to log in separate threads for every development, and so we can discuss our respective options in our respective state midterms.

I got my first primary ballot in the mail today and am currently researching gubernatorial candidates for Colorado.

I know I'm voting Rick Scott over Bill Nelson.  Beyond that I really have no idea at this point.  I'll wait until I get my ballot and start doing my research.

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You guys remember that girl I dated who was related to Ed Asner? Well, she was also related to Gavin Newsom, who's basically guaranteed to be our governor-elect this November. They spent holidays at a cabin in Lake Tahoe with their extended families sometimes. Also, Newsom is Pelosi's nephew.

I may regret breaking that off now, especially if I end up in politics. John Cox 2018.

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You guys remember that girl I dated who was related to Ed Asner? Well, she was also related to Gavin Newsom, who's basically guaranteed to be our governor-elect this November. They spent holidays at a cabin in Lake Tahoe with their extended families sometimes. Also, Newsom is Pelosi's nephew.

I may regret breaking that off now, especially if I end up in politics. John Cox 2018.

I think Cox actually has a chance.  Like maybe 5%.  I wouldn't have thought that before, but I have friends that live in Orange, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Napa counties.  And they've all said that they've noticed a lot of their friends or co-workers or associates becoming disenfranchised with the Democratic Party.  That's all I really have to go off of, but it's an interesting development nonetheless.

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You guys remember that girl I dated who was related to Ed Asner? Well, she was also related to Gavin Newsom, who's basically guaranteed to be our governor-elect this November. They spent holidays at a cabin in Lake Tahoe with their extended families sometimes. Also, Newsom is Pelosi's nephew.

I may regret breaking that off now, especially if I end up in politics. John Cox 2018.

I think Cox actually has a chance.  Like maybe 5%.  I wouldn't have thought that before, but I have friends that live in Orange, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Napa counties.  And they've all said that they've noticed a lot of their friends or co-workers or associates becoming disenfranchised with the Democratic Party.  That's all I really have to go off of, but it's an interesting development nonetheless.

I'm actually going to vote for Cox, and I'm a registered Democrat, so you can add me to that list. I trust blue-state Republicans and red-state Democrats a lot more than their alternatives. Plus Newsom is a huge slimeball. California has avoided economic ruin these past few years with Jerry Brown, partly because he avoided a massive minimum wage hike that Newsom supported. I have no doubt that this bullet train-loving, tax-and-spend douchenozzle will put us way, way deeper in debt than before. I never got the feeling that Brown liked Newsom at all.

Plus he's an alcoholic and he fucked his own campaign manager's wife. So yeah, no sense of loyalty whatsoever.

My vote for Lieutenant Governor went to the Libertarian candidate, who said that if elected he would abolish the position of Lieutenant Governor. His website quoted Newsom (the current LG), who said something to the effect of "I only go into the office once or twice a week. It's a pointless job."

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You guys remember that girl I dated who was related to Ed Asner? Well, she was also related to Gavin Newsom, who's basically guaranteed to be our governor-elect this November. They spent holidays at a cabin in Lake Tahoe with their extended families sometimes. Also, Newsom is Pelosi's nephew.

I may regret breaking that off now, especially if I end up in politics. John Cox 2018.

I think Cox actually has a chance.  Like maybe 5%.  I wouldn't have thought that before, but I have friends that live in Orange, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Napa counties.  And they've all said that they've noticed a lot of their friends or co-workers or associates becoming disenfranchised with the Democratic Party.  That's all I really have to go off of, but it's an interesting development nonetheless.

I'm actually going to vote for Cox, and I'm a registered Democrat, so you can add me to that list. I trust blue-state Republicans and red-state Democrats a lot more than their alternatives. Plus Newsom is a huge slimeball. California has avoided economic ruin these past few years with Jerry Brown, partly because he avoided a massive minimum wage hike that Newsom supported. I have no doubt that this bullet train-loving, tax-and-spend douchenozzle will put us way, way deeper in debt than before. I never got the feeling that Brown liked Newsom at all.

Plus he's an alcoholic and he fucked his own campaign manager's wife. So yeah, no sense of loyalty whatsoever.

My vote for Lieutenant Governor went to the Libertarian candidate, who said that if elected he would abolish the position of Lieutenant Governor. His website quoted Newsom (the current LG), who said something to the effect of "I only go into the office once or twice a week. It's a pointless job."

Yeah I'm kind of with you - I generally prefer the more centrist of the candidate pool - unless someone really sticks out to me in a good or bad way.  Other than that specific Senate race, I have no idea at this point who I'll be voting for.

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You guys remember that girl I dated who was related to Ed Asner? Well, she was also related to Gavin Newsom, who's basically guaranteed to be our governor-elect this November. They spent holidays at a cabin in Lake Tahoe with their extended families sometimes. Also, Newsom is Pelosi's nephew.

I may regret breaking that off now, especially if I end up in politics. John Cox 2018.

I think Cox actually has a chance.  Like maybe 5%.  I wouldn't have thought that before, but I have friends that live in Orange, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Napa counties.  And they've all said that they've noticed a lot of their friends or co-workers or associates becoming disenfranchised with the Democratic Party.  That's all I really have to go off of, but it's an interesting development nonetheless.

I'm actually going to vote for Cox, and I'm a registered Democrat, so you can add me to that list. I trust blue-state Republicans and red-state Democrats a lot more than their alternatives. Plus Newsom is a huge slimeball. California has avoided economic ruin these past few years with Jerry Brown, partly because he avoided a massive minimum wage hike that Newsom supported. I have no doubt that this bullet train-loving, tax-and-spend douchenozzle will put us way, way deeper in debt than before. I never got the feeling that Brown liked Newsom at all.

Plus he's an alcoholic and he fucked his own campaign manager's wife. So yeah, no sense of loyalty whatsoever.

My vote for Lieutenant Governor went to the Libertarian candidate, who said that if elected he would abolish the position of Lieutenant Governor. His website quoted Newsom (the current LG), who said something to the effect of "I only go into the office once or twice a week. It's a pointless job."

Yeah I'm kind of with you - I generally prefer the more centrist of the candidate pool - unless someone really sticks out to me in a good or bad way.  Other than that specific Senate race, I have no idea at this point who I'll be voting for.

Rick "I can stop climate change by preventing people from using the phrase 'climate change'" Scott?

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You guys remember that girl I dated who was related to Ed Asner? Well, she was also related to Gavin Newsom, who's basically guaranteed to be our governor-elect this November. They spent holidays at a cabin in Lake Tahoe with their extended families sometimes. Also, Newsom is Pelosi's nephew.

I may regret breaking that off now, especially if I end up in politics. John Cox 2018.

I think Cox actually has a chance.  Like maybe 5%.  I wouldn't have thought that before, but I have friends that live in Orange, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Napa counties.  And they've all said that they've noticed a lot of their friends or co-workers or associates becoming disenfranchised with the Democratic Party.  That's all I really have to go off of, but it's an interesting development nonetheless.

I'm actually going to vote for Cox, and I'm a registered Democrat, so you can add me to that list. I trust blue-state Republicans and red-state Democrats a lot more than their alternatives. Plus Newsom is a huge slimeball. California has avoided economic ruin these past few years with Jerry Brown, partly because he avoided a massive minimum wage hike that Newsom supported. I have no doubt that this bullet train-loving, tax-and-spend douchenozzle will put us way, way deeper in debt than before. I never got the feeling that Brown liked Newsom at all.

Plus he's an alcoholic and he fucked his own campaign manager's wife. So yeah, no sense of loyalty whatsoever.

My vote for Lieutenant Governor went to the Libertarian candidate, who said that if elected he would abolish the position of Lieutenant Governor. His website quoted Newsom (the current LG), who said something to the effect of "I only go into the office once or twice a week. It's a pointless job."

Yeah I'm kind of with you - I generally prefer the more centrist of the candidate pool - unless someone really sticks out to me in a good or bad way.  Other than that specific Senate race, I have no idea at this point who I'll be voting for.
Rick Scott, the pinnacle of centrist rationality...

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You guys remember that girl I dated who was related to Ed Asner? Well, she was also related to Gavin Newsom, who's basically guaranteed to be our governor-elect this November. They spent holidays at a cabin in Lake Tahoe with their extended families sometimes. Also, Newsom is Pelosi's nephew.

I may regret breaking that off now, especially if I end up in politics. John Cox 2018.

I think Cox actually has a chance.  Like maybe 5%.  I wouldn't have thought that before, but I have friends that live in Orange, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Napa counties.  And they've all said that they've noticed a lot of their friends or co-workers or associates becoming disenfranchised with the Democratic Party.  That's all I really have to go off of, but it's an interesting development nonetheless.

I'm actually going to vote for Cox, and I'm a registered Democrat, so you can add me to that list. I trust blue-state Republicans and red-state Democrats a lot more than their alternatives. Plus Newsom is a huge slimeball. California has avoided economic ruin these past few years with Jerry Brown, partly because he avoided a massive minimum wage hike that Newsom supported. I have no doubt that this bullet train-loving, tax-and-spend douchenozzle will put us way, way deeper in debt than before. I never got the feeling that Brown liked Newsom at all.

Plus he's an alcoholic and he fucked his own campaign manager's wife. So yeah, no sense of loyalty whatsoever.

My vote for Lieutenant Governor went to the Libertarian candidate, who said that if elected he would abolish the position of Lieutenant Governor. His website quoted Newsom (the current LG), who said something to the effect of "I only go into the office once or twice a week. It's a pointless job."

Yeah I'm kind of with you - I generally prefer the more centrist of the candidate pool - unless someone really sticks out to me in a good or bad way.  Other than that specific Senate race, I have no idea at this point who I'll be voting for.

Rick "I can stop climate change by preventing people from using the phrase 'climate change'" Scott?

Once again, there are 2 candidates.  Bill Nelson is just horrible.  Rick Scott did a good job of pulling Florida from the doldrums of job losses.  If you can show me a third candidate that has any chance of being competitive in that particular race, I'd be glad to rethink my position.

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You guys remember that girl I dated who was related to Ed Asner? Well, she was also related to Gavin Newsom, who's basically guaranteed to be our governor-elect this November. They spent holidays at a cabin in Lake Tahoe with their extended families sometimes. Also, Newsom is Pelosi's nephew.

I may regret breaking that off now, especially if I end up in politics. John Cox 2018.

I think Cox actually has a chance.  Like maybe 5%.  I wouldn't have thought that before, but I have friends that live in Orange, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Napa counties.  And they've all said that they've noticed a lot of their friends or co-workers or associates becoming disenfranchised with the Democratic Party.  That's all I really have to go off of, but it's an interesting development nonetheless.

I'm actually going to vote for Cox, and I'm a registered Democrat, so you can add me to that list. I trust blue-state Republicans and red-state Democrats a lot more than their alternatives. Plus Newsom is a huge slimeball. California has avoided economic ruin these past few years with Jerry Brown, partly because he avoided a massive minimum wage hike that Newsom supported. I have no doubt that this bullet train-loving, tax-and-spend douchenozzle will put us way, way deeper in debt than before. I never got the feeling that Brown liked Newsom at all.

Plus he's an alcoholic and he fucked his own campaign manager's wife. So yeah, no sense of loyalty whatsoever.

My vote for Lieutenant Governor went to the Libertarian candidate, who said that if elected he would abolish the position of Lieutenant Governor. His website quoted Newsom (the current LG), who said something to the effect of "I only go into the office once or twice a week. It's a pointless job."

Yeah I'm kind of with you - I generally prefer the more centrist of the candidate pool - unless someone really sticks out to me in a good or bad way.  Other than that specific Senate race, I have no idea at this point who I'll be voting for.
Rick Scott, the pinnacle of centrist rationality...

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?

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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.

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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.

"Moderate"?  Yeah, no.  Not moderate.  Flip-flops? Sure - sometimes sides w/Reps because that's the way the wind blows.  But this guy is heavy weapon-ban and is dripping w/love for Muslims above Americans at every turn.  He's awful. 

And, again, if you don't read entire sentences, it's very possible you might miss the entire thought of an individual.

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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.

"Moderate"?  Yeah, no.  Not moderate.  Flip-flops? Sure - sometimes sides w/Reps because that's the way the wind blows.  But this guy is heavy weapon-ban and is dripping w/love for Muslims above Americans at every turn.  He's awful. 

And, again, if you don't read entire sentences, it's very possible you might miss the entire thought of an individual.

Allow me to add an addendum-- it's also funny that Rick Scott doesn't stick out to you in a bad way.

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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.

"Moderate"?  Yeah, no.  Not moderate.  Flip-flops? Sure - sometimes sides w/Reps because that's the way the wind blows.  But this guy is heavy weapon-ban and is dripping w/love for Muslims above Americans at every turn.  He's awful. 

And, again, if you don't read entire sentences, it's very possible you might miss the entire thought of an individual.

Allow me to add an addendum-- it's also funny that Rick Scott doesn't stick out to you in a bad way.

Yeah, it's pretty hysterical.

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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.

"Moderate"?  Yeah, no.  Not moderate.  Flip-flops? Sure - sometimes sides w/Reps because that's the way the wind blows.  But this guy is heavy weapon-ban and is dripping w/love for Muslims above Americans at every turn. He's awful. 

And, again, if you don't read entire sentences, it's very possible you might miss the entire thought of an individual.

Just any Muslims, or Muslims that happen to be American citizens themselves?

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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.

"Moderate"?  Yeah, no.  Not moderate.  Flip-flops? Sure - sometimes sides w/Reps because that's the way the wind blows.  But this guy is heavy weapon-ban and is dripping w/love for Muslims above Americans at every turn. He's awful. 

And, again, if you don't read entire sentences, it's very possible you might miss the entire thought of an individual.

Just any Muslims, or Muslims that happen to be American citizens themselves?

The one that shot up the Pulse night club - said he was a "lone wolf" and had nothing to do with Islam before all the evidence came out to the contrary - wouldn't even mention the word Jihad or Muslim when be pressed on the issue and his erroneous assumption that this guy was a lone wolf that had no other agenda.  Then he said it was a gun issue and we needed to ban all assault rifles.  Also had fundraisers and campaign contributions directly from CAIR - which has ties to Hamas.  People here (at least in my area which is near Orlando) were PISSED for the reason I stated before. 

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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.
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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.
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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.

"Moderate"?  Yeah, no.  Not moderate.  Flip-flops? Sure - sometimes sides w/Reps because that's the way the wind blows.  But this guy is heavy weapon-ban and is dripping w/love for Muslims above Americans at every turn. He's awful. 

And, again, if you don't read entire sentences, it's very possible you might miss the entire thought of an individual.

Just any Muslims, or Muslims that happen to be American citizens themselves?

The one that shot up the Pulse night club - said he was a "lone wolf" and had nothing to do with Islam before all the evidence came out to the contrary - wouldn't even mention the word Jihad or Muslim when be pressed on the issue and his erroneous assumption that this guy was a lone wolf that had no other agenda.  Then he said it was a gun issue and we needed to ban all assault rifles.  Also had fundraisers and campaign contributions directly from CAIR - which has ties to Hamas.  People here (at least in my area which is near Orlando) were PISSED for the reason I stated before. 

I wonder what you would think of Putin if I told you we had a law passed prohibiting the media to mention criminal suspect's religion under any circumstances more than a decade ago, and he stated at the time, "It doesn't matter what they [the terrorists] have in their heads, what matters is that they decided to start killing about it?" (Paraphrasing from my memory since it was a while ago.)

And the thing is, it worked, though in conjuction with a range of other measures. We went from the horrible situation at the end of the (2nd) Chechen war, to basically no attacks for almost five years, before the one in my city a year ago. It was responded to with little hysteria: instead of endlessly debating what exactly Muslims need to do and what kind of denounciation they need to offer, the reporters just observed as the security agents raided just about every immigrant hideout in Spb with little fuss, and detained basically everyone the guy ever knew. They ended up with 20+ arrests, smashing that cell and showing to all others they'll only ever get one shot before the same happens to them, so they better forget their jihad dreams and cooperate with all the Putin-approved mosques he (or Medvedev, or other officials) visits every year or so instead.

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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.

Says the extreme progressive trying to pass him off as anything but.  Again, you didn't read the part where I'm voting for Scott because of my disdain for Nelson.  But keep pushing the narrative you're trying to get across without any real evidence other than the fact that I'm voting against a Democrat that I really dislike.

 

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