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Bloomberg is confused as to which president
works for the people and which party wants a
powerful government

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Posted By: ladydawgfan, 12/7/2019 9:55:58 AM

Michael Bloomberg used to be against impeachment but now he says he is for it because Trump is working for himself instead of for the public. It appears that Bloomberg is confused because it is Trump who is working as fast as he can to transfer the power, purse and freedom to the public. He is the opposite of a dictator. Every Democrat running, on the other hand, is seeking to transfer as much power and money to the government as fast as they can and make as many people as they can dependent on government. For three years, the media and other Democrats have been seeking impeachment

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Every time I see an ad for either Bloomberg or Steyer, my description of them involves a part of the body that Josh Brolin recently burned!! When either of those hypocrites writes and hands over a check to the treasury for 90% of their wealth, then we can talk. For now, both of them can go get stuffed!!

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Right Time 12/7/2019 10:41:41 AM (No. 255520)
Who cares what Bloomberg thinks or does? He is irrelevant and will be gone long before the National Convention. Gone, and $50-million poorer
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Reply 2 - Posted by: coyote 12/7/2019 12:01:45 PM (No. 255656)
Hammer hits nail on the head!
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Historybuff 12/7/2019 12:10:44 PM (No. 255669)
Bloomberg is after the second amendment. He is not to be trusted around the 24th amendment either. NYC had term limits, put in place to prevent Rudy from getting a 3rd term. Bloomberg changed the rules for himself and dealt himself a 3rd term. Can we trust Nanny Bloomberg not to become President for Life?
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