Discussion in 'Politics and Religion' started by Azlen, Feb 12, 2019.
Which says a lot because he’s a water carrier for the GOP and a Trump toady.
People wanted to be sensitive to her wishes to not out her attacker but if you want to stop that from happening in military you need to out those responsible. She wasn't in military anymore so she didn't have to worry about her career. I too believe she made it up in attempt to get sympathy from voters. Too bad her deserved Senate races loss was erased by Doug Douchey filling Kyl's empty seat with her. She's done nothing of note other than backing the worst US President ever.
Hey, at least she's smart enough to hitch her wagon to Trump again this cycle considering how well that worked the last time.
That’s the best part. The only thing stupid in that segment was that gaping mouth of trash.
Yes but she did learn to never trust a communist. Another way of saying a liberal. It appears that she and the fuhrer are running against China
...and "Never trust a communist" was the very first thing she learned upon entering the military...
Seems Politifact doesn't buy McSilly's claims about pre-existing conditions....
McSally Campaign: China bad
NYT: Did you hear what Russia did? Bounties on our troops?
McDally Campaign: Chinese Virus!!!
McSally had video on Sinema in a pink tutu leading an anti-war rally and screamed "traitor!!!!!" That they aired relentlessly. And LOST. In ARIZONA.
And they really think they can pin the "traitor" tag on Mark Kelly just by saying "China bad" over and over in ads? McSally's campaign strategy appears to be that she will out-patriot Kelly.
those ads are non stop too
The "China bad" mantra comes from the Republican National Committee and is being used around the country. The problem for McSilly is that she voted for Drumpf's tax bill which made it easier to outsource to China. Oops!
A subtle nuance that is lost on probably 98% of voters.
For now, true. But this, along with McSilly's own China investments, are bullets in Kelly's political gun, if needed.
It doesn't hurt that Martha is singularly unlikable....
I'm not McSally fan but her "investments" that were disclosed we're mutual funds that hold positions on Chinese companies. Unless she's one of the find managers, she has no say in the companies the mutual funds invest.
Functionally ncorrect. Some of the funds involved Chinese currency. Plus, she could have easily changed funds, staying away from international investments if she's been so all fired anti China all this time as she intimates.
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