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  • whiny nine- your incoherent ramblings have sunken to the level of joe biden. You have posted nothing intelligent in the last month, and very little before that. You really should refrain from posting anything for a few weeks, as you are nothing but a continuous embarrassment to yourself.

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    • CRM -
      It would be nice for a change if you would address the substance of a comment that disturbs you, rather than the person who posted it.
      You comments of late seem to be devoid of any substance.

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      • ......But let’s say that Biden goes on to win, then what happens ......?

        A very excellent point given by Rock ! It throws a whole different problem into the equation regarding the importance of the VP being chosen by Biden as that person will undoubtably become president sometime in his term. With the four choices he has listed, that could be a very serious problem !

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        • cock..er...rock roach...er...cat...er...rat! That's it! Rockroach wrote:

          "...When I read things like that I say to myself "just how bad can Biden be?" ..."

          Mi amigo, if you gotta ask yourself THAT question, you DO have a serious problem!
          Maybe try a bit of that Colorado "wacky weed" to calm your nerves!πŸ€ͺπŸ₯΄πŸ’₯🀯

          The endorsement of Joe Biden by Revolutionary Communist Party USA leader Bob Avakian might actually be just a "hint" as to "how bad can Biden be?".
          Hmmm....?
          Can't seem to find this info on liberal news sites?
          Geez, I wonder why?
          Last edited by FirstBubba; 08-04-2020, 08:07 AM.

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          • https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...s-maintenance/



            Thank you President Trump.


            Trump 2020

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            • Thanks to a marked shift among Republican voters since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, just 13 percent of Americans surveyed now say they are satisfied with β€œthe way things are going in the United States.”

              https://news.yahoo.com/new-poll-show...192013687.html

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              • https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump/...086561280?s=21


                Obamagate .

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                • A note on the general election polls.
                  It is still reasonable to believe that whoever is ahead in the polls is the favorite to win.
                  It is just not a certainty.


                  https://news.yahoo.com/trust-2020-us...080025590.html

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                  • "The Pentagon is distancing itself from President Trump's claims about the Beirut blast that killed more than 100 people.

                    "Trump on Tuesday said his unnamed "great generals" told him they thought the massive explosion was a "terrible attack." In the early aftermath, there was speculation that the catastrophe was intentional, but the consensus quickly became that it was almost certainly accidental β€” albeit brought on by neglect and mismanagement β€” and not linked to any foreign power, proxy forces, or terrorist organizations. Defense Secretary Mark Esper and other department officials affirmed they believe it was an accident, as well."

                    https://news.yahoo.com/pentagon-offi...205400423.html
                    Last edited by 99explorer; 08-05-2020, 09:27 PM.

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                    • Blacks want more police in their neighborhoods. Trump voters!
                      Over 80 percent of black Americans want the police to spend as much or more time in their neighborhoods as they currently do, new polling from Gallup conducted last month finds.

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                      • https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump/...943908865?s=21


                        Trump 2020😎

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                        • "Mommy, why does Mr. Biden want to hurt God?"
                          "He doesn't, baby. Don't listen to that crazy man."


                          https://news.yahoo.com/trump-says-bi...202649148.html

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                          • https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump/...466096641?s=21


                            Trump 2020

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                            • Now with the election in sight Trump starts a trade war with Canada. Over what? Aluminum. How stupid. The US imports 3/4 of the aluminum it consumes. And why? First, North America has no aluminum ore deposits. None. So the raw materials must be imported for American reduction plants. Not cheap. Second, labour is not cheap in the US. Not by international standards. It's something we have to give up with a high standard of living. Third, and most importantly, electricity has become unaffordable for the production of aluminum. Its not made with coal like iron, nickle, copper, etc. Aluminum must be made with electricity and LOTS of it. Unfortunately, since electrical contracts with US govt which owns the dams and plants that produce electricity were deregulated under Regan, the aluminum plants simply made more money selling off their contracts to municipalities for consumption by golf courses, etc. than they could make from producing aluminum. So the aluminum plants shut down. There are a few left but they simply cannot be economically viable without taking the power used by others to cool resorts built in the desert, golf course condos, pumps to run fancy fountains in Reno, and the pretty lights that just send that vital aluminum producing electricity off into space. So what is the the result of this tariff? The aerospace and national defense industries are going to go scrambling for aluminum. Other countries with the same industries and more favourable trade relations with the big producers who have cheap labour, natural resources, and abundant electricity - Russia and China - will be getting all the contracts for planes, weapons, cars, etc. Because they have untariffed access to cheap sources of alminum. And what will the US get out of all this? Starting up or building a bunch of new aluminum plants? No one would invest in that without favourable electricity contracts and a long term commitment from the government to protect the industry. Neither is possible. The days of cheap electricity are gone forever and Trump's goofy "Make America Great" is already a lame duck. What the US is getting is Canadian retaliatory tariffs already in the works to the tune of billions of dollars directed specifically at industries based in Republican dominated states. And the Canadian govt is making no secret of that intention. Smooth move Donald. You just alienated your Republican Congressional fan base ... what was left of it. Start a trade war with no possible beneficial outcome and unlimited bad outcomes. This will be clear enough by election day. And you guys thought he was a businessman. The guy just does thoughtless stuff to be doing something.
                              Last edited by Ontario Honker Hunter; 08-07-2020, 01:56 PM.

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                              • Actually, the ALCOA plant in Marjorie, TX has electricity generated "on-site".
                                One side of the road is ALCOA. Across the road is IGC (Industrial Generating Corp).
                                IGC is a huge, on site mined, soft coal fired, electrical generation plant. It does nothing but provide power to ALCOA for aluminum production.

                                There is also a fairly new ALCOA plant near Neches, TX. It also has the ability to mine soft coal on site for aluminum production.

                                Near Longview, TX, there is another ALCOA production facility.
                                Guess what?
                                On site mined coal generating facility.

                                There are bauxite deposits in Ark, Ga and Az, but the bulk of ore comes by ship from S. America to the Gulf coast and shipped by rail to production facilities.

                                The 3 ALCOA facilities in Texas have 3 things in common.
                                1) on site generating facilities
                                2) close proximity to soft coal
                                3) rail service

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