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  1. seanbrock

    Dissonants Unite

    DNC has kind of cucked him with their rules saying they can kick him out of the party. I don't think he believes a 3rd party can win because of the corrupt election system we have. I say MAKE them kick you out. A 3rd party will have never had a better chance.
  2. seanbrock

    Dissonants Unite

    This is especially funny considering FBI headquarters is named after J. Edgar Hoover. WE MUST TRUST OUR INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES!!!!
  3. seanbrock

    Dissonants Unite

    You don't seem to have words for much besides childish insults lol. I'm positive that anyone on this message board (literally anyone) would agree that not only is Than smarter than you, but that he's considerably smarter than you.
  4. seanbrock

    Dissonants Unite

    I think it's about damn time and it makes all the sense in the world. All the energy and all the (non-billionaire) fund raising in the democratic party is coming from Bernie and the Squad and the other true lefties in the party. They have all the power and this is exactly how they can bring about the change we need.
  5. seanbrock

    Dissonants Unite

    Tge problem is, there's only one political party. On issues that actually matter, (lol pc pussy culture) Tulsi is pretty damn liberal. That's absolutely one my favorite things abouy her too though. She has no fear. These are the same people who are calling Bernie Sanders a fucking anti-semite. Smears don't have to be rational. She knows that and she weilds the truth and her record like a sledge hammer to smash all of CIA/media lies whenever she's actually given a chance to speak for herself in front of a national audience. I think what makes her so appealing to more conservative minded peeps us that there isn't a lot of double speak or dodging with her. She shoots from the hip and articulates herself well and she doesn't put people down when she disagrees but rather tries to find common ground. I don't agree with everything she says but i know she's not a liar and i know she isn't afraid to make sacrifices. Leaving her position with the DNC and endorsing Sanders could have easily ended her career but she did what she felt was right anyway. That takes balls. She doesn't base her opinions or answer questions asked to her on what's politically conveinient. Everything she says and does is in service of her country. That's amazing to me.
  6. seanbrock

    Dissonants Unite

    https://www.politico.com/2020-election/candidates-views-on-the-issues/tulsi-gabbard/ I don't see her as being all that moderate to be honest. She's not as far left as Sanders but she's definitely one of his biggest allies if not his biggest ally in the Democratic party. I would actually go as far to say that Gabbard is by far the furthest left candidate aside from Sanders.
  7. seanbrock

    Dissonants Unite

    Moderation is the enemy to all who agree major changes must occur. That would ensure that everything most agree on like.being anti war/anti surveleince was refleted in our politics. The rest should be and in my opinion would be up for debate. People who present themseleves as a moderate alternative are almost always to convince us to go to war and spent lots of money doing it.
  8. seanbrock

    Super Bowl LIV Picks

    Andy Reid isn't making a super bowl lol.
  9. seanbrock

    2020 Democratic Primary Race

    I think the question to me is will people just accept it or would they do something?
  10. seanbrock

    2020 Democratic Primary Race

    @BwareDWare94My question is, does the US care about terrorism? If so, then why do we give the Saudi's money and weapons? It's almost like we're creating our own enemies to justify all the money we waste dropping bombs...
  11. seanbrock

    2020 Democratic Primary Race

    You sure? I haven't seen a grass roots campaign with this much money and man power behind it in my lifetime. I think this conflict with Iran will go a long way towards determining that. Sanders could be an anti-war candidate running against a guy who got elected in part by saying he wanted out of the middle east but is instead dragging us into another war without congressional approval? Idk man, i know you can't stand Sanders but that doesn't mean he loses to Trump. If the media can sell people on going to war with Iran, maybe he loses but people care about having health care, not about getting into another endless war. I fully expect him to be assassinated though if they can't just outright rig the primary against him.
  12. seanbrock

    Super Bowl LIV Picks

    I tend to agree with you on the Eagles but if by some crazy chance they did make it, they would be riding a 7 game win streak and they'd be feeding off that same under dog energy they did when they won it all. Seems like a trap game for a team with a young QB and a mediocre HC.
  13. seanbrock

    2020 Democratic Primary Race

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.vox.com/platform/amp/2020/1/2/21046153/bernie-sanders-fourth-quarter-fundraising-haul “Bernie Sanders is closing the year with the most donations of any candidate in history at this point in a presidential campaign,” Sanders’s campaign manager Faiz Shakir said in a statement Any poll that doesn't have Sanders leading should not be considered legitimate at this point.
  14. seanbrock

    Super Bowl LIV Picks

    A super bowl is a road game for both teams and Drew Brees has gotten some pretty shit teams into the playoffs. He's had several historically bad defenses and honestly playing like shit most of a game and pulling it out in the end, is to me, a measure of greatness. To me that says he can win any kind of game so long as he's in striking distance.
  15. seanbrock

    Super Bowl LIV Picks

    Maybe man but that offensive line is also pretty damn good and keeping him on his feet and making holes for the run game. If the Saints can keep it close and give Brees a shot at the end, I'm not sure how you don't fear the Saints. They're a very complete team with a ballsy coach and a hall of fame QB who might be the most accurate thrower of the football who ever lived. If there's one thing that can beat great coverage, that'd be it. Edit: also in regards to the Eagles or any other NFC team who makes the super bowl, we saw the Giants beat the undefeated Pats. We saw the Steelers win the Super Bowl with Cowher at what? 9-7? Hell, the Ravens won it at 9-7. Any team hot enough to make it to the Super Bowl can win it.
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