Sounded so good at first

October 17, 2020 11:02am CST
When one political platform that sounded so good in August starts to warp in October---Would you, by then, know who to vote for come November 3rd? When you begin to suspect that you are being played for stupid, "deplorable and among the 10 to 15% not very good people, quite frankly"-- Would you know by now who to vote for? When a political platform begins to make you even more confused and ignore the confusion because "I've always voted-Democrat-so-be-it. Of course, you'd vote for the Time-Traveler, Joe, Hunter Biden's father When the shrill laughing for unknown reasons begin to bother you, you'd, still, rather vote the woman that ululates her speeches and remarks for four years. God forbid. When a campaign runs on "systemic racism, systemic green new deal, systemic president is bad, systemic not-gonna-stop rioting, systemic 2 million predicted covid deaths, systemic eliminating Trump's tax-cuts, systemic tax-increase under Biden, systemic looming impeachment of the Orange bad man in the White House... and so on... Without further ado... You get the point. By October, those good-sounding stuff they say to you begin to become frighteningly warped. A greater future rests in your hands. Right before your eyes. Vote wisely.
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@Corbin5 (206877)
• United States
17 Oct
We are choosing to vote wisely despite being as "deplorable" as we are.
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17 Oct
Thanks to the modern Internet, every thing-- the warped and the consistently good--- are available for the world to see and think for ourselves. We also have upcoming regional elections. We are voting OUT leftist radical Premier Dan Andrews. It's very important to us, Victorians.
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@Corbin5 (206877)
• United States
17 Oct
@mythociate (17055)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
18 Oct
Right now, I think I want a President who's smart enough to suggest proper protection be used in the presence of new pandemic.
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18 Oct
The current President has been right on tract ever since January.
@mythociate (17055)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
18 Oct
@everwonderwhy Why, have YOU seen Trump give an ounce of sympathy for the 7,931,000+ confirmed American cases? https://www.bing.com/search?q=Coronavirus+statistics&FORM=covwpt&tf=U2VydmljZT1HZW5lcmljQW5zd2VycyBTY2VuYXJpbz1Db3JvbmFWaXJ1c01MIFBvc2l0aW9uPVRPUCBSYW5raW5nRGF0YT1UcnVlIEZvcmNlUGxhY2U9VHJ1ZSBQYWlycz1pbnRlbnQ6Q2hlY2tDb3JvbmFTdGF0czthYm92ZW5ld3M6dHJ1ZTsgfA%3d%3d&hs=CEI%2bOcptPoQ%2bDytthYTxm8U0AEaLpKcfChm%2fVUgl7FE%3d
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18 Oct
@mythociate Thanks for your question: "Why, have YOU seen Trump give an ounce of sympathy..."? My answer: Yes, I have. I also have seen him defend his response to Chinese covid very early on and have been ahead on schedule and on tract. I trust you will watch this and decide for yourself.
President Trump lists timeline of administration's efforts to combat COVID-19 pandemic to correct 'fake news' reports.
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@NJChicaa (90539)
• United States
17 Oct
I voted. Biden all the way.
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17 Oct
Obviously. Of course.
17 Oct
@NJChicaa I'm just sincerely curious. Is VP candidate, Kamala Harris, your deciding point why you vote Biden? Thanks.
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17 Oct
@everwonderwhy I think this is one of the reasons that many will vote for Biden, as she is an excellent choice for a running mate. I think she would always be as fair as she could be if she inherited the presidency. I would have preferred a younger candidate for President, but Biden is not a bad guy. He actually does care about other people, and our current ruler does not. We are in such a mess.
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@just4him (223853)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
18 Oct
I'm doing my best to vote wisely.
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18 Oct
Take care and have a great day. Thanks for visiting.
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@just4him (223853)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
18 Oct
@everwonderwhy You too. You're welcome.
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18 Oct
@just4him We, also, have our regional State election for council members deadline on Friday, 23. We are voting conservatives.
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@Dena91 (8809)
• United States
17 Oct
Mike and I will on Monday in person
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17 Oct
Good on yah'! Stay safe. Will there be security around the voting areas?
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@Dena91 (8809)
• United States
17 Oct
@everwonderwhy No, not that I am aware of. Perhaps Nov 3rd there maybe some police. We are a small farming community so I hope we would be civil to one another when we vote. But politics has become so angry and it is 2020 so anything is possible We may have to wait a little while before going in, some friends said they had to wait about 20 minutes yesterday before they could go inside.
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17 Oct
@Dena91 I'm sure the world all over is anticipating and people praying.
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@BelleStarr (54684)
• United States
18 Oct
I am proudly deplorable and I dropped off our absentee ballots at our town hall today.
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18 Oct
I'm very sure many of your wonderful deplorable friends are happy to know this and join you. Did you take a photo of it? Or a photo of you dropping the ballots off the town hall? :-)
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@BelleStarr (54684)
• United States
18 Oct
@everwonderwhy Nope but this is a small town and our state will go democrat anyway but I voted my beliefs and I am proud of it.
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@Nakitakona (36501)
• Philippines
18 Oct
In our country we vote wisely. We vote the right candidates but they haven't made it for their votes have been rigged in favor of the incumbent political allies.
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18 Oct
This is very sad, disappointing and disgusting politics in your country, just as the same in many countries.
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@Nakitakona (36501)
• Philippines
18 Oct
@everwonderwhy You're right. Only a handful of them are good.
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@stringer321 (5675)
• Kiryat Ata, Israel
17 Oct
In the end, you got to see the facts, check them carefully, see what the president has done, what he didn't do, what is the best thing for all of the USA residents (and maybe the rest of the world). The same do to the contender, see what he has done, what he hasn't done, what is the best for everyone.
17 Oct
Thank you. You have answered in a way clarified many confusion about choosing the right person to be the 2020 Commander-in-Chief. The leader who loves, defends, mediates for peace in the Middle east with UAE and Israel, and supports Israel 100%.
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• Kiryat Ata, Israel
17 Oct
@everwonderwhy The voters has their lives and they have hard life to deal with. They need to deal with the corona, they need to work and get food and money, they probably want a leader that can help them with that. This is their priority. If I was an american, I'm not sure Israel would be a consideration. I would think about my life. Maybe then I would think about other countries. But, the best leader can be only the one who does the best things for everyone, because, all countries are depend on each other, want it or not, this is a small world. It is not just about USA, it is about the whole world.
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@RasmaSandra (36182)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
20 Oct
The thing I keep praying for is that the present leader goes away and the new one will make a change for the better
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20 Oct
Thank you for your openness in your expression of your disdain towards the present leader to go away.
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@1creekgirl (22896)
• United States
18 Oct
I agree.
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18 Oct
Thank you. Stay safe and take care.
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@AmbiePam (56899)
• United States
17 Oct
I remember talking to my dad a couple months ago, and him looking at me, so dismayed, saying that every single one was a liar. And that's true. It's like choosing the best of the worst.
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18 Oct
Thank you. Like what @mor wisely puts it, his/her points and focus in voting for the right Commnader-in-Chief on Nov.3rd are crucial to decide upon.
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@bunnybon7 (46683)
• Holiday, Florida
17 Oct
I gave up voting after all the hype about where the last president was actually born and who he really was and seeing eventually how racist his wife was against white people after I had voted him in. I give up. no more voting for me. Obviously I never made a difference I no longer care no matter who it's going to not be good for some
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18 Oct
That's very sad. I hope it's still not too late for you to help make things right and great again. Correct?
@thelme55 (53779)
• Germany
17 Oct
Yes, vote wisely. I hope you know whom you will vote.
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17 Oct
Most certainly, I do. @thelma55 . If I were in America, I will vote for the sure winner. Regale us about yours by November 4th. Thanks!
@porwest (32833)
• United States
22 Oct
Very well put. When delusion becomes the key source of any decision we make at the polls, that becomes a very scary place we are headed to. And right now the democrat party is pretty delusional about the "success" of Obama's administration and the "lack of success" of the Trump administration, and they are also delusional that we need to undo what has been one of the best economies historically we have ever experienced. They are also delusional that packing the courts is necessary, the Green New Deal will create new jobs and a cleaner world and so on and so forth. I really do hope that SOME have come to their senses. THEY (the democrats) are also delusional of the fact that Trump got elected with a TON of democrats in 2016 who came over to our side.
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@LindaOHio (49318)
• United States
18 Oct
My ballot is now in the mail. The die has been cast!