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Posted By: cThree, 9/15/2019 6:47:10 AM

Math is apparently very hard for Democrats, judging from the apparatchiks’ comments on who can run for office on their party’s ticket or contribute to that effort. This week, men and billionaires are out (Snip) This week’s Dem follies were highlighted by what is laughingly called a “debate.” where in fact softball questions are tossed out by partisan moderators and the participants respond with well-rehearsed soundbites. (Snip) [I]s it too far to suggest that CNN in sponsoring these ridiculous “Democratic debates” is really a tool of the Russian effort to reelect the president?

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Ms Feldman eviscerates the talking points of the week.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: M2 9/15/2019 7:03:26 AM (No. 180276)
Clarice has devoted the bulk of her recent columns to copying and pasting the work of others. More often than not, I am re-reading large chunks of what I have already read. She has lost me, sad to say.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: real fifi 9/15/2019 12:00:57 PM (No. 180572)
Few people have the time to review all the good reports on the IT. Consider this a reader's digest for those people,
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Posted by cThree 9/15/2019 6:47:10 AM Post Reply
Math is apparently very hard for Democrats, judging from the apparatchiks’ comments on who can run for office on their party’s ticket or contribute to that effort. This week, men and billionaires are out (Snip) This week’s Dem follies were highlighted by what is laughingly called a “debate.” where in fact softball questions are tossed out by partisan moderators and the participants respond with well-rehearsed soundbites. (Snip) [I]s it too far to suggest that CNN in sponsoring these ridiculous “Democratic debates” is really a tool of the Russian effort to reelect the president?
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