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He has nothing to lose.

He also has nothing to win.
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If he does no-show, what should Clinton do? I think she's said she'd show up anyways, but I'm not sure if it would get broadcast.
 
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put an empty chair there with a white feather.
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growlley wrote:
put an empty chair there with a white feather.


A mannequin with a bad, orange rug. Auto-responses spewing nonsensical, racist dribble.
 
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No more debates? Please and thank you.
 
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At this point DJT isn't going to win the Presidency, but I would actually watch a debate where he showed up and just went thermonuclear on everybody. Crazy ass accusations against the Dems, crazy ass accusations about the Disloyal Rs.

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This is based on one person mishearing one sentence in the middle of an aside, not on an actual announcement that he's dropping out of the next debate? If so, this thread is bullshit.
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kuhrusty wrote:
This is based on one person mishearing one sentence in the middle of an aside, not on an actual announcement that he's dropping out of the next debate? If so, this thread is bullshit.


Have you missed the part where this entire forum has turned into one circlejerk of schadenfreude for at least a month now?
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GameCrossing wrote:
Have you missed the part where this entire forum has turned into one circlejerk of schadenfreude for at least a month now?

Is that a problem?
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kuhrusty wrote:
This is based on one person mishearing one sentence in the middle of an aside, not on an actual announcement that he's dropping out of the next debate? If so, this thread is bullshit.


Well I've argued it would be the right thing for him to do for weeks, which makes it easy for me to believe.



GameCrossing wrote:

Have you missed the part where this entire forum has turned into one circlejerk of schadenfreude for at least a month now?


It's more that edgy feeling you get when you realize at the last moment that you're edging away from the abyss.
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GameCrossing wrote:
kuhrusty wrote:
This is based on one person mishearing one sentence in the middle of an aside, not on an actual announcement that he's dropping out of the next debate? If so, this thread is bullshit.


Have you missed the part where this entire forum has turned into one circlejerk of schadenfreude for at least a month now?


So, so much mung and relief. Firehose from a Prell tanker will be in order, cum November 9.

 
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GameCrossing wrote:
kuhrusty wrote:
This is based on one person mishearing one sentence in the middle of an aside, not on an actual announcement that he's dropping out of the next debate? If so, this thread is bullshit.


Have you missed the part where this entire forum has turned into one circlejerk of schadenfreude for at least a month now?


Also;

Is it Schadenfreude when you're happy that people aren't gonna get something they THINK is good for them but which is actually a terrible disaster?

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I guess we could be enjoying Trumps bad fortune, but he doesn't seem aware of it, so it would be a little weird.
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kuhrusty wrote:
This is based on one person mishearing one sentence in the middle of an aside, not on an actual announcement that he's dropping out of the next debate? If so, this thread is bullshit.

He did skip a debate in the primary, so it's not really that far fetched.
 
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The moderator is Chris Wallace, right? Wallace tends to lean a bit to the conservative side, so Trump should definitely attend. Also, it is his last chance to turn the election around.
 
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MikePustilnik wrote:
The moderator is Chris Wallace, right? Wallace tends to lean a bit to the conservative side


Other then working at Fox, please tell me how he leans "conservative".

The GOP should put in their clause, that each party can select a moderator. They keep letting the left dictate the debate and it does not help their mission.
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jeremycobert wrote:
MikePustilnik wrote:
The moderator is Chris Wallace, right? Wallace tends to lean a bit to the conservative side


Other then working at Fox, please tell me how he leans "conservative".

He's a Republican.
 
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jeremycobert wrote:
MikePustilnik wrote:
The moderator is Chris Wallace, right? Wallace tends to lean a bit to the conservative side


Other then working at Fox, please tell me how he leans "conservative".

The GOP should put in their clause, that each party can select a moderator. They keep letting the left dictate the debate and it does not help their mission.


UNSKEW!
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jmilum wrote:
jeremycobert wrote:
MikePustilnik wrote:
The moderator is Chris Wallace, right? Wallace tends to lean a bit to the conservative side


Other then working at Fox, please tell me how he leans "conservative".

He's a Republican.


Any source for that ?
 
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jeremycobert wrote:
jmilum wrote:
jeremycobert wrote:
MikePustilnik wrote:
The moderator is Chris Wallace, right? Wallace tends to lean a bit to the conservative side


Other then working at Fox, please tell me how he leans "conservative".

He's a Republican.


Any source for that ?

None, I made it up.

Honestly, I believe he's registered as a Democrat, but says that's only so he can vote in DC. I'm not sure where I read that though and don't care enough to look for it.
 
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Like most "newscasters", he probably doesn't register for any party so he can claim he is "unaffiliated" while always voting for a single party anyway.
 
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jageroxorz wrote:
Like most "newscasters", he probably doesn't register for any party so he can claim he is "unaffiliated" while always voting for a single party anyway.

That's pretty common in RSP too
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jmilum wrote:
jageroxorz wrote:
Like most "newscasters", he probably doesn't register for any party so he can claim he is "unaffiliated" while always voting for a single party anyway.

That's pretty common in RSP too


As time increases, more and more people want to be able to say they are "Unaffiliated", because they think it makes them look smarter/more discerning (combined with the media's love and trumpeting of independents/undecideds). Also, it prevents you from thinking you have to defend everything a party supports or everything anyone from that party does.
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jmilum wrote:
GameCrossing wrote:
Have you missed the part where this entire forum has turned into one circlejerk of schadenfreude for at least a month now?

Is that a problem?


Well, about 6 of the Finest will start re-enacting the face scene in Poltergeist very shortly.

Unlike drew I care about you people, Finest or not.

I care very little...but I still care.
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