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Posted By: MissMolly, 7/6/2019 5:18:10 AM

In the viral moment of the first Democratic presidential debates, Sen. Kamala Harris attacked former vice president Joe Biden over his opposition to forced busing to integrate public schools. The Harris campaign is now waffling on the issue. Over time, we may look back on that as a moment revealing Harris’s underlying weakness as a candidate. Immediately after the debate, while clips rolled of Harris touting how she personally benefited from busing, Harris surged in the polls and Biden sagged a bit. It is less clear that Harris successfully cracked Biden’s appeal with black voters, which is likely key to the success of both candidates. In live dial-tests during the debate,

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Reply 1 - Posted by: M2 7/6/2019 7:08:13 AM (No. 115542)
And we need to put every effort including busing into play to desegregate the schools.” For the past dozen years or more, blacks have been self segregating their schools and even groups and clubs within the schools. They want their own dormitories, too. Harris needs to ask these blacks whether they really want to integrate.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Califedup 7/6/2019 7:34:39 AM (No. 115555)
Harris has a coarse, brutal face which mirrors the evil and ugliness that resides within her soul. It is there for anyone to see if they care to recognize the truth about this manifestly evil person. Why are democrat party communist women, as a rule, so singularly ugly
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Daisymay 7/6/2019 8:01:10 AM (No. 115579)
I would almost bet my House that Kamala will not be the Nominee. It's really not good to surge so early. Now she has the remaining candidates working day and night to prove what she said was false. They are also digging for dirt on her and I would bet she comes with a Wheelbarrow full! She has clawed her way to where she is now and used people on the way. She has a Paper Trail. She has a Record. Yes, she's a fast, tough talking woman, but I doubt she will be able to talk her past away!
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Avanti1 7/6/2019 8:35:24 AM (No. 115594)
What has Harris proposed as a policy to address the self-inflicted and serious problems of black communities? Gang violence, drug distribution and use, fatherless families, lack of respect for education are rampant in black communities in 2019, yet Harris wants to talk about school busing in the 1960's and 70's. Voters want Presidential candidates that can articulate a plan for the future, not an angry empty suit who wants to dwell in the past.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: edgar 7/6/2019 8:38:44 AM (No. 115597)
Knock, knock. Who's there? It's the 1960's Kamala and they want their forced busing back. I guess this is Kamala going 'old skool woke' on us.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: starboard 7/6/2019 8:45:22 AM (No. 115605)
People vote for people they like. Therefore the nominee will not be Kamala. Number one, your description of her was perfect. Of the 20 candidates, Joe Biden may be the most likable. However as we know, he's not the sharpest or the brightest. Therefore, it's going to be interesting to see who wins. I'm thinking it could be Pocahontas. If it's her, she won't sell well in the Midwest and her birth state of Oklahoma is bright red.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: bpl40 7/6/2019 9:02:10 AM (No. 115616)
They say it is impossible to be both stupid and arrogant - unless you are Kamala Harris. She seems to confuse rudeness and aggression for intellect and depth. The voters won't make that mistake.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: bigfatslob 7/6/2019 9:31:06 AM (No. 115629)
I have no love for Joe Biden but he could have stood his ground and proved himself the smarter person on the subject of forced busing the reason he opposed it with the democrat Klan segregationist. I one short statement he could have defended his vote to oppose by saying "it's not the federal governments job" let the individual states decide the matter. Busing didn't work and many blacks disliked it too. It was unpopular, it failed and Harris lied.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Arby 7/6/2019 9:33:50 AM (No. 115630)
Her candidacy has no legs. To know her is to dislike her. The fact that she could ambush Plugs is no indication that she could handle XI, Putin, Kim, et al. She is close to reaching her high water mark; get ready for a fast fade thereafter.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 7/6/2019 9:49:30 AM (No. 115641)
Its still early yet. its hard to tell who will be the strongest candidates at this point. Which candidate is most like Obama? It might be the Camel. She is the only black in the top tier. Somebody else in another thread pointed out her foreign background which was something Obama had. There are no closet Muslims this time. Obama may have been a closet bi-sexual. The closest candidate to that is Pete Butt. Anyone know which candidates have the biggest campaign war chests? Money makes a big difference. Have to imagine most Democrats are wondering why she brought up bussing, Doubt the issue will be around for the entire campaign. People want to hear about today's issues. Not something from 40 years ago.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: franq 7/6/2019 10:03:24 AM (No. 115653)
#10 makes a point; plus Snoop Harris is female. But she's black like Hussein was black: sort of. Only more so....
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Reply 12 - Posted by: DebraAnn 7/6/2019 11:13:26 AM (No. 115711)
#2, they are singularly ugly simply because they don't have a soul, period. That's all.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: MDConservative 7/6/2019 11:23:06 AM (No. 115715)
This is early in primary season. No one cares because no one is watching. Harris is the new, modern Hillary - mixed race, gender-centric, and a tough bytch in a man's domain. She is emerging as the Democrat Queen Bee, replacing Hillary and Pelosi. Her object is to run off as many opponents early as she can. Winning, in politics, is the only thing. Ask a politician, any politician right down to your high school class president.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: bighambone 7/6/2019 11:25:49 AM (No. 115716)
Kamala Harris is one nasty leftist Democrat seeped in California liberal politics. Her crappy disposition was on full display during televised congressional committee hearings since she arrived in the US Senate. Chances of her being elected President are pretty slim, and you can safely bet the the Democrat functionaries who will actually select the next Democrat socialist nominee recognize that fact.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: StormCnter 7/6/2019 11:27:55 AM (No. 115721)
I know this thought is off-point regarding Senator Harris, but every time I see that angry face and flying hair, I think sadly of her stepchildren. I would not want her for a stepmother.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: OCJim 7/6/2019 11:40:09 AM (No. 115730)
I learned everything I needed to know about Kamala Harris via her vicious behavior at the Senate Kavanaugh confirmation hearing. Awful woman.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: ARKfamily 7/6/2019 11:48:28 AM (No. 115737)
Democrats want to take God out of society and have a platform that it is okay to abort babies. Will not vote Democrat.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Peeps 7/6/2019 3:32:48 PM (No. 115902)
And NASTY, #2!
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Daisy Mae 7/6/2019 4:12:23 PM (No. 115928)
Even Willie Brown, said that she slept her way up the ladder, and that she was his resident whore. We've know this in Kalifornia since she first came on the scene. Now with the further revelation that her father has confirmed that her family was one of the first Slave owners, puts a nail in her restitution coffin.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: HorizonScanner 7/6/2019 4:24:15 PM (No. 115933)
>>> At least ZeroKing was likable in a fake sort of way. This woman is NASTY. I wouldn't want to be one of her slaves when she came out at night to yell in my face for the hell of it. <<<
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Reply 21 - Posted by: NotaBene 7/6/2019 6:39:32 PM (No. 116006)
Camela Willie Brown Harris comes across as an angry woman. She was extremely aggressive at the Kavanaugh hearings. Men do not like nasty women and neither do women. Of course, she is 25% Black, 25% White and 50% Indian. Her color is the same as her Indian mother doctor who raised Kamela in Montreal, Canada. I wonder whether she backtracked because she was in Montreal when busing was being inflicted here. However, we cannot ignore the fact that Blacks vote for Blacks, even if she is not one of the. I would like to know if Kamela is Christian or Hindu. I think she will be the nominee. She would then join Mrs. Clinton as another Socialist who slept her way all the way to the glass ceiling.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Strike3 7/6/2019 7:02:39 PM (No. 116022)
Kamala's goal in the debate was to knock off Joe, period. She wounded him but he's still kicking and will recover most of his momentum. As for who will take the lead next, it's anybody's guess because all democrats have gone crazy and the issue du jour keeps on changing. At this point in time, Michelle or Hillary could pop in but it's way too early for that surprise.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: doctorfixit 7/6/2019 7:04:38 PM (No. 116025)
The Jamaican Butcher wants Civil War. Blacks want segregation. Give them what they want
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Reply 24 - Posted by: NotaBene 7/6/2019 7:13:39 PM (No. 116032)
Looked up Kamala Harris on Wikipedia. She attended both Baptist and Hindu temples. Her name Kamala is from Sanskrit and means Lotus. Her parents divorced when she was 7. She lived here until age 12, then moved to Montreal until age 18, attending Québécois schools. Formative years if you ask me, like Hussein. So yes, she would have been bused but I wonder whether she was bused to a White of Black school. Her father, named Donald, was a Stanford professor so probably they lived in a nice part of town.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Vincent Vega 7/6/2019 7:14:36 PM (No. 116033)
I will never forget her behavior during the Kavanaugh hearings. Unbelievably arrogant, vicious, and nasty. This is a disgusting, repulsive woman.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: RedWhiteBlue 7/7/2019 2:18:58 PM (No. 116768)
All great comments! YES!
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