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This could be huge for bi-partisanship. If she wins, she should strap on and prepare to reach around the aisle.
 
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This could be huge for bi-partisanship. If she wins, she should strap on and prepare to reach around the aisle.


I LOL'ed just a bit



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^^^ M11?

Knowing zero about issues or sexuality, I'd vote for the one on the right.


Look, an issue more important than this hippie-chicks bedroom preferences.


M9.




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Reading that article I did a double-take on “broke the lavender ceiling.”

What the actual fuck? There is a lavender ceiling now?

And as everyone has said - don’t vote for her because she will do a good job or is qualified - vote for her because of her IDENTITY! Yeah, you run with that, libtards. See how it works for you outside of San Francisco.

And ERJ Pilot I love how you have been working “front hole” into your posts lately. Well done!


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^^^ M11?

Knowing zero about issues or sexuality, I'd vote for the one on the right.


Look, an issue more important than this hippie-chicks bedroom preferences.


M9.


It is a gun forum, right? Her sidearm is way more interesting than her sexual preference(s) to me.

As DF said it's way more risky to come out as white cisgender, male, conservative, Trump supporter.



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There's no way there hasn't been a closet switch-hitter in the Senate before now.
 
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I was thinking M9 too

 
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The LGBTQ community will embrace Sinema, lickety split!
 
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My thoughts exactly. I wouldn't care if a candidate is bisexual, asexual, metasexual, trisexual, or whatever. It should only be about his/her/its qualifications.

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first bisexual Senate nominee
How does this contribute the the candidate's ability to do a good job in the Senate?
 
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I’m surprised to see the A-10 characterized as a fighter aircraft. When I think of foghter jets, it is F-16, F-18, dog fighting, etc.

I think of A-10 as close air support, bombing strafing.

Is the Air Force wrong again?

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When you had the votes, we did things your way. Now, we have the votes and you will be doing things our way. This lesson in political reality from Lyndon B. Johnson

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Isn't being just bisexual a bit tame these days for the LGBTQ-XYZ community, and the far left Democrats?

The bi's are on the outs with the community, as it seems to imply that there are only two genders.




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The "Blade" is the official newspaper? How apropos.


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https://townhall.com/tipsheet/...hingarizona-n2527580

Democrats' Arizona Senate Nominee Caught on Tape Bashing...Arizona

Yesterday, we touched on the Arizona Senate race, wondering if a new poll showing Republican Martha McSally bouncing out to a six-point lead is an outlier or a trend. The GOP has sought to highlight Democrat Kyrsten Sinema's past radicalism -- she protested the Afghanistan war in a pink tutu, and her organization portrayed American soldiers as murderous skeletons inflicting "US terror" -- as well as her biographical...shall we say, enhancements.

But in a blue-tinted year, with Democrats highly motivated, Sinema has held onto a modest lead. It will be fascinating to see whether she will maintain that lead post-Kavanaugh, and after this clip makes its way into the bloodstream, via news coverage and inevitable attack ads:

video at link

Democratic Senate candidate @kyrstensinema mocks Arizonans as “Crazy” and calls Arizona the “crazy” state.

The "crazy" lines aren't helpful, especially when she attributes her state's supposed insanity to one factor: "They're called Republicans," eliciting laughter and applause from a leftist crowd. Remember, she's trying to run as a moderate, cross-partisan uniter. Part of her potential victory coalition must include a chunk of Republican voters. But the most brutal line is this one, delivered in an out-of-state speech to liberal activists:

"I want to talk to you about some of the things that I think that you can do to stop your state from becoming Arizona.”
 
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bisexual Senate nominee
Nope, no such thing. Not a very difficult choice who to vote for in this race, assuming one is 'not' mentally ill.


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Sinema's getting financial backing from Mounds and Almond Joy.

 
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Giggity...


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I’m surprised to see the A-10 characterized as a fighter aircraft. When I think of fighter jets, it is F-16, F-18, dog fighting, etc.

I think of A-10 as close air support, bombing strafing.

Is the Air Force wrong again?

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The AF isn't wrong, whomever referred to the A-10 as a "fighter" is.

The USAF designates the primary role of its aircraft within the nomenclature itself. A stands for attack, F for fighter, C for cargo, B for bomber.

Some are multi-role of course, the navy has the F/A-18 Hornet. The F-117 stealth "fighter" is more attack than fighter, though perhaps it was originally imagined to be used primarily as a "fighter."

Same for the Army, UH-60 Utility Helicopter. AH-64, Attack Helicopter, CH-47 Cargo Helicopter.




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In any case, I like a woman who gets down and dirty...with close air support.


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She's kinda hot !
 
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Most likely Sinema is just giving lip service to being moderate. If she was elected, she would vote as most persons like her do, extremely liberal.


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