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Just now, PoliticalPundit said:

same people telling others to "just ignore me' the same ones who laughed when I said Trump would do amazing w hispanics and African Americans and the polls were totally fake¬†ūü§£

 

a good thing this board moved to an only game discussion bc it wouldn't even be fair otherwise 

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Just now, PoliticalPundit said:

sad you just parrot what others have said about you throughout your life towards others. it's ok, one day you'll figure it out 

Sad I can bait you into any conversation and get you riled up. Even if your precious admin bans me... I have nothing to lose. Keep coping my guy. Your precious inept President has just made Texas a battleground, is about to lose Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Arizona. The legacy of true Republicans such as John McCain, will live on. Trump will be an episode that American will forget about... and that's why he's battling this election. He's afraid to be forgotten, and so are you. 

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Just now, PringlesN7 said:

Sad I can bait you into any conversation and get you riled up. Even if your precious admin bans me... I have nothing to lose. Keep coping my guy. Your precious inept President has just made Texas a battleground, is about to lose Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Arizona. The legacy of true Republicans such as John McCain, will live on. Trump will be an episode that American will forget about... and that's why he's battling this election. He's afraid to be forgotten, and so are you. 

LOL you really don't understand demographic shifting whatsoever, at least your allies in the house recognize what happened :)

 

 

 

BACK TO KANYE 

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Just now, TheLiberalKitten said:

I'm asking.

Dont' think so. From what I recall I was worried about Minnesota the whole time and didn't know much about Nevada. 

 

I definitely remember saying Georgia was going to be an issue for Trump, as well as predicting everything else that came true on election day demographic/polling wise.  

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On 11/9/2020 at 2:18 PM, pilight said:

He's now dropped behind de la Fuente and La Riva and is just ahead of Donald Blankenship of the Constitution Party

So, to justify the inclusion of West in any true significance, @admin_270 would also realistically have to also include de la Fuente, La Riva, and Blakenship, as well, because they also stand at his threshold of electoral "relevance, perceptibility, and success," as well, to be fair.

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3 hours ago, Patine said:

So, to justify the inclusion of West in any true significance, @admin_270 would also realistically have to also include de la Fuente, La Riva, and Blakenship, as well, because they also stand at his threshold of electoral "relevance, perceptibility, and success," as well, to be fair.

Nope. West is a popular public figure. He's also the vehicle for testing the latest parts of the Editor.

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6 hours ago, admin_270 said:

Nope. West is a popular public figure. He's also the vehicle for testing the latest parts of the Editor.

I've always felt that minor party and Independent candidates have always been highly underrepresented (read, completely ignored, as a rule) in "official," President Forever and Infinity scenarios, while a candidate that is hard to take seriously like Kanye West, with a real slapdash hash of a platform who probably (not saying for certain, as I don't know his true motives) ran as nothing more than a publicity stunt, and there seemed to be credible evidence (again, not saying for sure or making a direct accusation) of him being a Trump shill is the priority to focus on, whereas many minor party and Independent candidates believe in what they're doing and present alternative viewpoints that the Duopoly ignores but that point real neglected issues in American policy, governance, economics, and society. Your priorities once again disappoint, and seem off-mark.

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1 hour ago, Patine said:

I've always felt that minor party and Independent candidates have always been highly underrepresented (read, completely ignored, as a rule) in "official," President Forever and Infinity scenarios, while a candidate that is hard to take seriously like Kanye West, with a real slapdash hash of a platform who probably (not saying for certain, as I don't know his true motives) ran as nothing more than a publicity stunt, and there seemed to be credible evidence (again, not saying for sure or making a direct accusation) of him being a Trump shill is the priority to focus on, whereas many minor party and Independent candidates believe in what they're doing and present alternative viewpoints that the Duopoly ignores but that point real neglected issues in American policy, governance, economics, and society. Your priorities once again disappoint, and seem off-mark.

Kanye is a public figure who like it or not was written about extensively in political websites, cable news, etc La Riva or whoever you're talking about was not whatsoever. 

 

I'm sure you gave a similar paragraph of info when Trump initially ran for President not writing him as a serious candidate. 

 

Happy holidays. 

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39 minutes ago, PoliticalPundit said:

Kanye is a public figure who like it or not was written about extensively in political websites, cable news, etc La Riva or whoever you're talking about was not whatsoever. 

 

I'm sure you gave a similar paragraph of info when Trump initially ran for President not writing him as a serious candidate. 

 

Happy holidays. 

There's someone who completely my point.

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6 hours ago, PoliticalPundit said:

Kanye is a public figure who like it or not was written about extensively in political websites, cable news, etc La Riva or whoever you're talking about was not whatsoever. 

That suggests his attributes should be even lower, since he got all that free media coverage and still finished 7th in popular voting.

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4 hours ago, pilight said:

That suggests his attributes should be even lower, since he got all that free media coverage and still finished 7th in popular voting.

Such as what attributes specifically?

 

The issue was that his organization team around him was very poor, not that he was a bad candidate. 

 

Attributes like Leadership, charisma, integrity etc should all be very high given his history. 

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45 minutes ago, PoliticalPundit said:

Such as what attributes specifically?

 

The issue was that his organization team around him was very poor, not that he was a bad candidate. 

 

Attributes like Leadership, charisma, integrity etc should all be very high given his history. 

Frankly, he was a poor candidate, had a weak platform, and his history should have given him a LOWER integrity than Trump or Clinton in 2016 (who I believe were, themselves, both rated far too high than they should have been as is in the "official," scenario anyways). And running recording labels and productions is NOT the same experience, AT ALL, as anything close to political experience. De la Fuente, La Riva, and Blakenship have real visions and real convictions, and present real ideas, and truly show sincerity in what they believe in, even if I, and most people, don't agree with everything they say, and to say an empty populist who brings nothing meaningful to the table like West is automatically and imminently more deserving of inclusion, and candidates that ultimately did better than him, or got very close, and ran serious campaigns with thought-out and heartfelt platforms and ideas deserve to be completely left-out of the game is, in tiny microcosm, a sign of what's so very wrong with politics today, how it's viewed and seen, and the toxic environment and promotion around it. Again, I say@admin_270's priorities are disappointing and off-mark.

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7 minutes ago, Patine said:

Frankly, he was a poor candidate, had a weak platform, and his history should have given him a LOWER integrity than Trump or Clinton in 2016 (who I believe were, themselves, both rated far too high than they should have been as is in the "official," scenario anyways). And running recording labels and productions is NOT the same experience, AT ALL, as anything close to political experience. De la Fuente, La Riva, and Blakenship have real visions and real convictions, and present real ideas, and truly show sincerity in what they believe in, even if I, and most people, don't agree with everything they say, and to say an empty populist who brings nothing meaningful to the table like West is automatically and imminently more deserving of inclusion, and candidates that ultimately did better than him, or got very close, and ran serious campaigns with thought-out and heartfelt platforms and ideas deserve to be completely left-out of the game is, in tiny microcosm, a sign of what's so very wrong with politics today, how it's viewed and seen, and the toxic environment and promotion around it. Again, I say@admin_270's priorities are disappointing and off-mark.

1) he doesn't run a record label (that's Jay Z). Getting your rappers wrong. 

2) he oversees a billion dollar fashion sneaker line in the fashion industry 

3) to call Kanye an "empty populist" that "brings nothing meaningful to the table" is ignorant and does disservice to his work in inner city Chicago.

 

It appears that you just read the headlines on Kanye and have not actually researched him, watched his interviews, nor know his actual history whatsoever. To make such outlandish statements acting as if you know all surrounding him is disappointing and off mark. 

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