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Walt
10-13-2023, 07:50 PM
The Democrats have a healthy fundraising, and ground game building. Biden is getting the best people into the right places, and it is going well. Democrats will have somewhere between an above average ground game, and an amazing ground game. Republicans will have somewhere between a below average ground came, and a complete disaster ground game.

To understand where we are already, look at Michigan. Democrats are flush with money, which you would expect at this point. They have opened campaign offices in every county, and are getting staff ready. Meanwhile Republicans have nothing and no one. They claimed to the FEC to have $146,931 on hand, but their accounts are in the negative, and the FEC is trying to figure out if they are lying.

Republicans say they plan to make up for their lack of a ground game by having heavily funded super PACs, but super PACs lack local knowledge. They tend to feel like outsiders with money... because they are outsiders with money.

Maybe Russian propaganda will close the gap, but they seem even more like outsiders.

BidenPresident
10-13-2023, 07:52 PM
The Democrats have a healthy fundraising, and ground game building. Biden is getting the best people into the right places, and it is going well. Democrats will have somewhere between an above average ground game, and an amazing ground game. Republicans will have somewhere between a below average ground came, and a complete disaster ground game.

To understand where we are already, look at Michigan. Democrats are flush with money, which you would expect at this point. They have opened campaign offices in every county, and are getting staff ready. Meanwhile Republicans have nothing and no one. They claimed to the FEC to have $146,931 on hand, but their accounts are in the negative, and the FEC is trying to figure out if they are lying.

Republicans say they plan to make up for their lack of a ground game by having heavily funded super PACs, but super PACs lack local knowledge. They tend to feel like outsiders with money... because they are outsiders with money.

Maybe Russian propaganda will close the gap, but they seem even more like outsiders.

It is good to see their empire crumbling. Next stop, prison for Trump.

PostmodernProphet
10-13-2023, 10:07 PM
Biden's campaign message will be the same as 2020....."Repairing the damage caused in the last four years"........

Lightbringer
10-13-2023, 11:28 PM
The Democrats have a healthy fundraising, and ground game building. Biden is getting the best people into the right places, and it is going well. Democrats will have somewhere between an above average ground game, and an amazing ground game. Republicans will have somewhere between a below average ground came, and a complete disaster ground game.

To understand where we are already, look at Michigan. Democrats are flush with money, which you would expect at this point. They have opened campaign offices in every county, and are getting staff ready. Meanwhile Republicans have nothing and no one. They claimed to the FEC to have $146,931 on hand, but their accounts are in the negative, and the FEC is trying to figure out if they are lying.

Republicans say they plan to make up for their lack of a ground game by having heavily funded super PACs, but super PACs lack local knowledge. They tend to feel like outsiders with money... because they are outsiders with money.

Maybe Russian propaganda will close the gap, but they seem even more like outsiders.

They're both on the same side Walt.

ptif219
10-14-2023, 12:31 AM
The Democrats have a healthy fundraising, and ground game building. Biden is getting the best people into the right places, and it is going well. Democrats will have somewhere between an above average ground game, and an amazing ground game. Republicans will have somewhere between a below average ground came, and a complete disaster ground game.

To understand where we are already, look at Michigan. Democrats are flush with money, which you would expect at this point. They have opened campaign offices in every county, and are getting staff ready. Meanwhile Republicans have nothing and no one. They claimed to the FEC to have $146,931 on hand, but their accounts are in the negative, and the FEC is trying to figure out if they are lying.

Republicans say they plan to make up for their lack of a ground game by having heavily funded super PACs, but super PACs lack local knowledge. They tend to feel like outsiders with money... because they are outsiders with money.

Maybe Russian propaganda will close the gap, but they seem even more like outsiders.

So the economy will not affect voters? HAHAHAHA

Walt
10-14-2023, 12:37 AM
They're both on the same side Walt.

The Democratic state parties are on the side of Biden, and other Democrats. The Republican state parties are on the side of trump, and other Republicans.

Maybe the Republican state parties can be replaced by super PACs, and Russian interference, but somehow I think these outsiders will not have local knowledge. And they will seem like outsiders. They will not be able to recruit new candidates.

This is going to cost not just trump in the election, but also Republicans down ballot. Basically, where ever things would have been in November 2024, shift it towards the Democrats by 2 to 6%. That is not just the Presidential race, but all the races.

Lightbringer
10-14-2023, 12:39 AM
The Democratic state parties are on the side of Biden, and other Democrats. The Republican state parties are on the side of trump, and other Republicans.

Maybe the Republican state parties can be replaced by super PACs, and Russian interference, but somehow I think these outsiders will not have local knowledge. And they will seem like outsiders. They will not be able to recruit new candidates.

This is going to cost not just trump in the election, but also Republicans down ballot. Basically, where ever things would have been in November 2024, shift it towards the Democrats by 2 to 6%. That is not just the Presidential race, but all the races.

No. They are all on the same side, and it isn't your side.

Walt
10-14-2023, 12:43 AM
So the economy will not affect voters? HAHAHAHA

I made a prediction about the ground game, not the economy.

It looks like the Republican hoped for recession just will not happen. But whether it does or does not, a bad ground game will shift votes in the Democratic direction by 2 to 6%.

In the hypothetical situation where Biden is found to be Hitler's son, and would have gotten only 10% of the vote, he will get 12 to 16% of the vote. Or if the economy continues to rebuild after the trump years, and inflation continues to get into check, and Biden would have gotten 55% of the vote, he will get 57 to 61% of the vote.

Do you see how that works?

Walt
10-14-2023, 12:44 AM
No. They are all on the same side, and it isn't your side.

I am on the side of Ukraine and Israel. I can understand if that is not your side, but it is my side.

Is that what you meant?

ptif219
10-14-2023, 12:48 AM
I made a prediction about the ground game, not the economy.

It looks like the Republican hoped for recession just will not happen. But whether it does or does not, a bad ground game will shift votes in the Democratic direction by 2 to 6%.

In the hypothetical situation where Biden is found to be Hitler's son, and would have gotten only 10% of the vote, he will get 12 to 16% of the vote. Or if the economy continues to rebuild after the trump years, and inflation continues to get into check, and Biden would have gotten 55% of the vote, he will get 57 to 61% of the vote.

Do you see how that works?

If you do not look at all aspects you will be disappointe4d when Republicans win

Lightbringer
10-14-2023, 12:55 AM
I am on the side of Ukraine and Israel. I can understand if that is not your side, but it is my side.

Is that what you meant?

No. Not at all. I'm American.

Walt
10-14-2023, 12:57 AM
If you do not look at all aspects you will be disappointe4d when Republicans win

Republicans have some good gerrymandering, but that can backfire quickly if over extended. The economy keeps doing well. Biden keeps doing the right things in foreign policy. More importantly, the Republicans are just falling apart. If the Republicans cannot pass a budget, and that hurts the economy, then voters are likely to vote for Biden and Democrats in Congress.

Republicans look like incompetent conspiracy theorists, because many of them are incompetent conspiracy theorists... Or maybe that is just the Jewish Space Lasers making me say that:palm::rolleyes:

Lightbringer
10-14-2023, 12:58 AM
Republicans have some good gerrymandering, but that can backfire quickly if over extended. The economy keeps doing well. Biden keeps doing the right things in foreign policy. More importantly, the Republicans are just falling apart. If the Republicans cannot pass a budget, and that hurts the economy, then voters are likely to vote for Biden and Democrats in Congress.

Republicans look like incompetent conspiracy theorists, because many of them are incompetent conspiracy theorists... Or maybe that is just the Jewish Space Lasers making me say that:palm::rolleyes:

Now I know you're a jew troll for sure.

Walt
10-14-2023, 01:00 AM
No. Not at all. I'm American.

We are both American. I see value in having allies, and in supporting others willing to fight the forces of evil in the world. For instance, in Ukraine I see us as getting off cheaply. Americans are not having to fight and die in Ukraine. The Ukrainians are doing that for us. With any luck, their sacrifice will mean Americans do not have to fight. Supporting them in the good fight is a small price to pay compared to the price of actually fighting the good fight.

Lightbringer
10-14-2023, 01:00 AM
We are both American. I see value in having allies, and in supporting others willing to fight the forces of evil in the world. For instance, in Ukraine I see us as getting off cheaply. Americans are not having to fight and die in Ukraine. The Ukrainians are doing that for us. With any luck, their sacrifice will mean Americans do not have to fight. Supporting them in the good fight is a small price to pay compared to the price of actually fighting the good fight.

I don't consider you to be American.

Walt
10-14-2023, 01:07 AM
Now I know you're a jew troll for sure.

I am not particularly religious, but my ancestry is Jewish. I am not talking about the Republican ground game failure to upset you, but merely to make a political prediction.

Walt
10-14-2023, 01:08 AM
I don't consider you to be American.

Fair enough. I don't really care.

Lightbringer
10-14-2023, 01:12 AM
Fair enough. I don't really care.

Now I know your weak spot. Move to Israel jew.

ptif219
10-14-2023, 01:14 AM
Republicans have some good gerrymandering, but that can backfire quickly if over extended. The economy keeps doing well. Biden keeps doing the right things in foreign policy. More importantly, the Republicans are just falling apart. If the Republicans cannot pass a budget, and that hurts the economy, then voters are likely to vote for Biden and Democrats in Congress.

Republicans look like incompetent conspiracy theorists, because many of them are incompetent conspiracy theorists... Or maybe that is just the Jewish Space Lasers making me say that:palm::rolleyes:

The Democrats do the same thing you just ignore that

Walt
10-14-2023, 01:19 AM
Now I know your weak spot. Move to Israel jew.

No, I will stay in my home.

Walt
10-14-2023, 01:23 AM
The Democrats do the same thing you just ignore that

No, they do not. Democrats have an above average ground game, which might be amazing. Democrats have had no problem electing leadership, which is the most basic thing a party does. Democrats would always be able to pass a budget, which Republicans seem unable to do. In fact, the last time a budget got done on time, Democrats controlled all of government.

When Democrats fail, they review their strategy. Republicans used to do the same, but no longer.

Lightbringer
10-14-2023, 01:24 AM
No, I will stay in my home.

Move to Israel parasitic jew.

Blackwater Lunchbreak
10-14-2023, 05:45 AM
The Democrats have a healthy fundraising, and ground game building. Biden is getting the best people into the right places, and it is going well. Democrats will have somewhere between an above average ground game, and an amazing ground game. Republicans will have somewhere between a below average ground came, and a complete disaster ground game.

To understand where we are already, look at Michigan. Democrats are flush with money, which you would expect at this point. They have opened campaign offices in every county, and are getting staff ready. Meanwhile Republicans have nothing and no one. They claimed to the FEC to have $146,931 on hand, but their accounts are in the negative, and the FEC is trying to figure out if they are lying.

Republicans say they plan to make up for their lack of a ground game by having heavily funded super PACs, but super PACs lack local knowledge. They tend to feel like outsiders with money... because they are outsiders with money.

Maybe Russian propaganda will close the gap, but they seem even more like outsiders.

but you people have become clear and obvious totalitarian persecutory liars.

you're done.

ptif219
10-15-2023, 12:16 AM
No, they do not. Democrats have an above average ground game, which might be amazing. Democrats have had no problem electing leadership, which is the most basic thing a party does. Democrats would always be able to pass a budget, which Republicans seem unable to do. In fact, the last time a budget got done on time, Democrats controlled all of government.

When Democrats fail, they review their strategy. Republicans used to do the same, but no longer.

Yes we know. The Republicans to not walk in lockstep like the Democrats do

Walt
10-20-2023, 10:06 AM
Yes we know. The Republicans to not walk in lockstep like the Democrats do

There is an amazing level of delusion to say that the Democrats work in lockstep.

gfm7175
10-20-2023, 02:44 PM
The Democrats have a healthy fundraising, and ground game building. Biden is getting the best people into the right places, and it is going well. Democrats will have somewhere between an above average ground game, and an amazing ground game. Republicans will have somewhere between a below average ground came, and a complete disaster ground game.

To understand where we are already, look at Michigan. Democrats are flush with money, which you would expect at this point. They have opened campaign offices in every county, and are getting staff ready. Meanwhile Republicans have nothing and no one. They claimed to the FEC to have $146,931 on hand, but their accounts are in the negative, and the FEC is trying to figure out if they are lying.

Republicans say they plan to make up for their lack of a ground game by having heavily funded super PACs, but super PACs lack local knowledge. They tend to feel like outsiders with money... because they are outsiders with money.

Maybe Russian propaganda will close the gap, but they seem even more like outsiders.
The RNC doesn't give a shit about winning (s)elections. They only care about their 'status-quo' system of affluence. Why do you think politicians spend millions of dollars to get positions that only pay a couple hundred thousand? Notice how the RNC only gets truly angry whenever that system gets threatened. That's why they hate Donald Trump. That's why they seemingly can't select a House speaker atm.

Protecting that system of affluence from "MAGA insurgency" (We The People) comes above all else. The longer that Republicans "can't" select a speaker, the more that most of them are being exposed in real time for the elitist UNIPARTY crooks that they are. You can thank Matt Gaetz for his courage to stand up and shine some sunlight upon this corrupt system by actually filing the motion to vacate in the first place.

The DNC works similarly, only they care about power more than money (instead of money more than power).

Threaten DNC power = weaponization of government against their enemies.
Threaten RNC affluence = "internal strife", attacking "their own" (We The People), in order to "maintain status quo"

Donald Trump threatens both wings of the UNIPARTY vulture, ergo the reason why the RNC gladly steps away (internally cheering from the sidelines) while the DNC weaponizes government against him.

"He who has an ear, let him hear"

Blackwater Lunchbreak
10-21-2023, 06:09 AM
The RNC doesn't give a shit about winning (s)elections. They only care about their 'status-quo' system of affluence. Why do you think politicians spend millions of dollars to get positions that only pay a couple hundred thousand? Notice how the RNC only gets truly angry whenever that system gets threatened. That's why they hate Donald Trump. That's why they seemingly can't select a House speaker atm.

Protecting that system of affluence from "MAGA insurgency" (We The People) comes above all else. The longer that Republicans "can't" select a speaker, the more that most of them are being exposed in real time for the elitist UNIPARTY crooks that they are. You can thank Matt Gaetz for his courage to stand up and shine some sunlight upon this corrupt system by actually filing the motion to vacate in the first place.

The DNC works similarly, only they care about power more than money (instead of money more than power).

Threaten DNC power = weaponization of government against their enemies.
Threaten RNC affluence = "internal strife", attacking "their own" (We The People), in order to "maintain status quo"

Donald Trump threatens both wings of the UNIPARTY vulture, ergo the reason why the RNC gladly steps away (internally cheering from the sidelines) while the DNC weaponizes government against him.

"He who has an ear, let him hear"

Trump is the answer.

trump 2024.

Walt
10-21-2023, 01:53 PM
Trump is the answer.

trump 2024.

Wow, you really do worship trump as a god. Your god is weak.

BidenPresident
10-21-2023, 01:54 PM
Wow, you really do worship trump as a god. Your god is weak.

Most of the posts by JesusAI are incoherent. No wonder he supports Trump.

Blackwater Lunchbreak
10-21-2023, 02:12 PM
Wow, you really do worship trump as a god. Your god is weak.

nah.

he's just the best candidate for american president 2024.

Doc Dutch
10-21-2023, 02:12 PM
The Democrats have a healthy fundraising, and ground game building. Biden is getting the best people into the right places, and it is going well. Democrats will have somewhere between an above average ground game, and an amazing ground game. Republicans will have somewhere between a below average ground came, and a complete disaster ground game.

To understand where we are already, look at Michigan. Democrats are flush with money, which you would expect at this point. They have opened campaign offices in every county, and are getting staff ready. Meanwhile Republicans have nothing and no one. They claimed to the FEC to have $146,931 on hand, but their accounts are in the negative, and the FEC is trying to figure out if they are lying.

Republicans say they plan to make up for their lack of a ground game by having heavily funded super PACs, but super PACs lack local knowledge. They tend to feel like outsiders with money... because they are outsiders with money.

Maybe Russian propaganda will close the gap, but they seem even more like outsiders.

IMO, the Democrats have an edge against the Republicans because voters are tiring of the violent, racist Trumper rhetoric. A normal family would be disturbed by the idea of American Sturmabteilungers marching in the streets wearing MAGA hats and bullying anyone who disagrees with them.

https://i.imgflip.com/83df4j.jpg

Blackwater Lunchbreak
10-21-2023, 02:13 PM
Most of the posts by JesusAI are incoherent. No wonder he supports Trump.

that's right, lick each other's gay wounds.

Blackwater Lunchbreak
10-21-2023, 02:15 PM
IMO, the Democrats have an edge against the Republicans because voters are tiring of the violent, racist Trumper rhetoric. A normal family would be disturbed by the idea of American Sturmabteilungers marching in the streets wearing MAGA hats and bullying anyone who disagrees with them.

https://i.imgflip.com/83df4j.jpg

there is no violent and racist trump rhetoric. that's just something you deep state traitors keep lying about.

keep on lying, lie-boy.

the flames of hell are hot this time of year.

BidenPresident
10-21-2023, 02:21 PM
that's right, lick each other's gay wounds.

You are an idiot.

Blackwater Lunchbreak
10-21-2023, 02:24 PM
You are an idiot.

make me.
:tardthoughts:

Doc Dutch
10-21-2023, 02:27 PM
there is no violent and racist trump rhetoric. that's just something you deep state traitors keep lying about.

keep on lying, lie-boy.

the flames of hell are hot this time of year.Thanks for the violent MAGA rhetoric, suicide boy. :thup:

Doc Dutch
10-21-2023, 02:27 PM
make me.
:tard thoughts:
You just did it to yourself. LOL

Blackwater Lunchbreak
10-21-2023, 02:29 PM
I live in dick ditch. It's my hometown.

fixed that for ya.

Walt
10-25-2023, 11:09 PM
trump: So we have to be careful, you gotta get out there and you got to watch those voters. You don't have to vote, don't worry about voting. The voting, we got plenty of votes, you gotta watch.

This is going to be an extremely close election, with almost no independents, so getting out the vote is extremely important. It is like trump is intentionally trying to lose.

T. A. Gardner
10-26-2023, 10:23 PM
The Democrats have a healthy fundraising, and ground game building. Biden is getting the best people into the right places, and it is going well. Democrats will have somewhere between an above average ground game, and an amazing ground game. Republicans will have somewhere between a below average ground came, and a complete disaster ground game.

To understand where we are already, look at Michigan. Democrats are flush with money, which you would expect at this point. They have opened campaign offices in every county, and are getting staff ready. Meanwhile Republicans have nothing and no one. They claimed to the FEC to have $146,931 on hand, but their accounts are in the negative, and the FEC is trying to figure out if they are lying.

Republicans say they plan to make up for their lack of a ground game by having heavily funded super PACs, but super PACs lack local knowledge. They tend to feel like outsiders with money... because they are outsiders with money.

Maybe Russian propaganda will close the gap, but they seem even more like outsiders.

So, are you saying the way the next election will be won is by buying votes...?

BidenPresident
10-26-2023, 10:49 PM
So, are you saying the way the next election will be won is by buying votes...?

No. why did you infer that from what he wrote?

Walt
10-26-2023, 11:15 PM
So, are you saying the way the next election will be won is by buying votes...?

You think that a vote can be won by offering a ride to the polling station?

Well you are in luck. The Democrats are famous for offering everyone a free ride to the polling station, whether they are a Democrat or a Republican. If you have a disability, they will even offer you free disability transport. Of course the Democrats actually contact Democratic voters, but anyone can contact them.

T. A. Gardner
10-27-2023, 12:07 AM
No. why did you infer that from what he wrote?

Well, that's about all money will buy you in an election.

anonymoose
10-27-2023, 12:29 AM
The Democrats have a healthy fundraising, and ground game building. Biden is getting the best people into the right places, and it is going well. Democrats will have somewhere between an above average ground game, and an amazing ground game. Republicans will have somewhere between a below average ground came, and a complete disaster ground game.

To understand where we are already, look at Michigan. Democrats are flush with money, which you would expect at this point. They have opened campaign offices in every county, and are getting staff ready. Meanwhile Republicans have nothing and no one. They claimed to the FEC to have $146,931 on hand, but their accounts are in the negative, and the FEC is trying to figure out if they are lying.

Republicans say they plan to make up for their lack of a ground game by having heavily funded super PACs, but super PACs lack local knowledge. They tend to feel like outsiders with money... because they are outsiders with money.

Maybe Russian propaganda will close the gap, but they seem even more like outsiders.
Who will win the passing game?
You people make me laugh. Politics is nothing more than a spectator sport for ya’ll.
Whoever “wins” is irrelevant. We’re fucked.

Walt
10-27-2023, 12:35 AM
Well, that's about all money will buy you in an election.

The main thing money buys is a voice. For instance, if you have money, you can buy commercials. Or you can buy an organization to get volunteers out to canvas.


Who will win the passing game?
You people make me laugh. Politics is nothing more than a spectator sport for ya’ll.
Whoever “wins” is irrelevant. We’re fucked.

If you do not want to see political predictions, you probably should stay out of the political predictions area of this forum.

BidenPresident
10-27-2023, 08:34 AM
Well, that's about all money will buy you in an election.

Nothing about that. You did not actually read his post.

Blackwater Lunchbreak
10-27-2023, 09:20 AM
The Democrats have a healthy fundraising, and ground game building. Biden is getting the best people into the right places, and it is going well. Democrats will have somewhere between an above average ground game, and an amazing ground game. Republicans will have somewhere between a below average ground came, and a complete disaster ground game.

To understand where we are already, look at Michigan. Democrats are flush with money, which you would expect at this point. They have opened campaign offices in every county, and are getting staff ready. Meanwhile Republicans have nothing and no one. They claimed to the FEC to have $146,931 on hand, but their accounts are in the negative, and the FEC is trying to figure out if they are lying.

Republicans say they plan to make up for their lack of a ground game by having heavily funded super PACs, but super PACs lack local knowledge. They tend to feel like outsiders with money... because they are outsiders with money.

Maybe Russian propaganda will close the gap, but they seem even more like outsiders.

You just mean you're good at ballot harvesting and cheating.

Walt
10-27-2023, 10:11 AM
You just mean you're good at ballot harvesting and cheating.

I see you are already practicing your loser excuses. the party of trump has given up on actually campaigning, and is just trying to come up with loser excuses.

Blackwater Lunchbreak
10-27-2023, 10:14 AM
I see you are already practicing your loser excuses. the party of trump has given up on actually campaigning, and is just trying to come up with loser excuses.

it's called consitutional elections. look into it, maggot.

T. A. Gardner
10-27-2023, 10:33 AM
The main thing money buys is a voice. For instance, if you have money, you can buy commercials. Or you can buy an organization to get volunteers out to canvas.

All that really gets you is name recognition. Car makers figured that out decades ago. I'm sure the political ad makers have too.


If you do not want to see political predictions, you probably should stay out of the political predictions area of this forum.

Right now, Joke is massively underwater in polling. He's losing ground within his own party. The only person he stands a slim chance of beating at this time, is Trump. If it comes down to Trump v. Biden, unless things change radically, Biden is in for a beating and money won't help him.

T. A. Gardner
10-27-2023, 10:35 AM
You just mean you're good at ballot harvesting and cheating.

Given how badly Biden is doing in the polls--He is now the least popular US President since WW 2 by a good margin--that's about what it will take for him to win a second term.

Bill T
11-18-2023, 10:38 AM
It is good to see their empire crumbling. Next stop, prison for Trump.

You've got him now, number 3,485.