#MeToo

Will women sway elections

  • Yes...for Dems.

    Votes: 1 25.0%
  • Yes...for Republicans

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Nope.

    Votes: 2 50.0%
  • ...othere...I'll explain.

    Votes: 1 25.0%

  • Total voters
    4
Oct 2012
3,964
646
Louisville, Ky
#1
Looks like another "Year of the Woman" and this time they are freakin' pissed off. Will this translate into votes?
 
Aug 2018
462
87
Shady Dale, Georgia
#4
It’s a midterm election. Turn out for midterms is traditionally lower than presidential elections. Motivating voters to the polls has always been a problem during midterms.

Let’s be honest, most people cannot name their senators nor representative.


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Jul 2009
5,793
445
Opa Locka
#6
Typically, but Trump is really unpopular and words and actions from some elements of the Republican Party (including leadership) have created a fear that the 2020 elections won't happen. I mean socialism is mainstream and Alabama voted a Democrat into the Senate becuase of how scary the right has gotten, this midterm is going to a far bigger deal than such elections typically are.
 
Aug 2018
462
87
Shady Dale, Georgia
#7
Typically, but Trump is really unpopular and words and actions from some elements of the Republican Party (including leadership) have created a fear that the 2020 elections won't happen. I mean socialism is mainstream and Alabama voted a Democrat into the Senate becuase of how scary the right has gotten, this midterm is going to a far bigger deal than such elections typically are.
Are you trying to convince us that you believe that Doug Jones won because they were scared of the right? Let's be real here. Doug Jones won that race due to the unproven accusations that were made against Judge Roy Moore. And it was still a squeaker, he won by 1.7% of the vote. It didn't have anything to do with how scary the right had become. Just like Judge Kavanaugh, someone made a he said/she said allegation against the candidate/nominee.

It should also be noted that Roy Moore was not the candidate that President Trump supported in the primary. His candidate lost.
 
Nov 2017
3,387
87
FL Treasure Coast & South Central FL
#9
I saw on the evening national news (CBS) a HUGE group of women who worked with the Judge over many years, and they stand 100% with him, saying he was always kind & a gentleman.

Their pound sign is : #IStandWithBrettKavanaugh, for those interested. :cool:
 
Aug 2018
462
87
Shady Dale, Georgia
#10
It is very interesting that in Kavanaugh's entire life this is the only woman to make any type of accusation against him. These other women, who worked closely with him are saying that he's a gentleman and never did anything inappropriate.
 
Jul 2009
5,793
445
Opa Locka
#15
Using the word Dimms, is a juvenile way to say Democrats. Just like sometimes, those left of center will call the president, tRump or call Republicans, Repukes. It's juvenile and some people insist on doing it.
I'm aware. I was subtly calling it out.

That is Ralph/Pulled Porks/ Auffies way of debasing democrats (Dems) in his mature and comptent way.
I know full well who is really posting. Not posting massive irrelevant pics wasn't the clever camouflage he thinks it is.
 
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Oct 2012
3,964
646
Louisville, Ky
#16
I'm aware. I was subtly calling it out.



I know full well who is really posting. Not posting massive irrelevant pics wasn't the clever camouflage he thinks it is.
Apparently the "Attack of the GIFs has been put to an end....we shall see.