Republican Trailing in PA Congressional Run-off

ArmyJerry

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this is what happens when republicans join forces with Dianne Feinstein, the real Americans stay home. Fuck them,
 

j-huskey

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Welcome to Alabama politics..... and RINO damages, with orange crush tomfoolery offending sensible thinkers who want stability over juvenile antics. Just sayin.
 
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Veer_G

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Do you like either candidate?
No deep knowledge about either of them, and it's clear across the state from me. I wish that I were in a good place to be able to trust a Democrat to support and defend the Constitution and respect 2A, but I'm not.
 
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No deep knowledge about either of them, and it's clear across the state from me. I wish that I were in a good place to be able to trust a Democrat to support and defend the Constitution and respect 2A, but I'm not.
No good choices in District 29 in Houston for congress. Sorry about that.
 

ArmyJerry

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Trump has done more harm to the 2A in the past month than Obama did in 8 years. Not once did I see Dianne kakle like she did when Obama was there.
 
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Hookturnr

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Currently the dem, conor lamb, is up 600 some votes, with greene county not fully reported. This district is primarily in the city of pittsburgh and surrounding communities...very much dem territory. I live in the district right next door so I've been buyried by all the political coverage and I can't say i prefer one more than the other. If you're going to be a Dem and get elected in western PA you have to be pro 2A....the district this is in went Trump by 19 points.
 

ArmyJerry

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I bet if Trump and sessions didn't ban bump stocks, and grab ass with the communists in our congress on outright bans and embolden them that this Repub would have won handily.
 

Hookturnr

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And yet, dissatisfied, Conservative opponents of the two-party system will say that this is a good thing.
I'll be the first to admit that the two party system has it's flaws, there are those whom do have their views accurately represented by either the Dem. or Rep. party.

However, there are far more glaring flaws that need addressed first.

Those suckling the gov't teat as a career should not be permitted to vote to increase their paycheck continually.

Those that are not citizens of our country should not be permitted to vote.

Those in public service should not be able to make a career out of lying to the people, term limits for all.

I still think the Latinos of this country are really Republican at heart, they've just been sold a bill of goods by the Dems. Most of them that I have known and worked around etc. are actually quite conservative in everyday life...
 
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One key thing to point out is that the district they are currently in theoretically will not exist come the midterms. The dem court ruled that the current map favored the republicans so they are changing it. If the new map holds then those two will be in opposite districts come the midterms and won't be running against each other.

As far as I see it the dems are energized to beat trump wherever they can and the republicans are like "we have to vote again in 7 months on different cantidates for the long term so who cares who wins today."
 
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