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Pete Buttigieg Interview on The Breakfast Club

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Ziggy
4 hours ago, AndyDWUW said:

Democratic corporate establishment TRASH!

 

 

Corporate...how? Because he worked in the private sector for a few years? Lol I built websites for a multinational corporation, am I suddenly a shill? No, I needed money for my bills.

 

Critique him, sure, but this particular line is just ridiculous.

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HybridAT
2 hours ago, Whispering said:

 

He has policy. He refers to it on the trail and in interviews everyday.

It's okay, they like to live in their depressing echo chamber and political bubble. Nothing can convince them, nothing will. 

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HybridAT

Not going to argue with anyone here who cannot be reasoned with, especially based on something as trivial as campaign fundraising, where max donation limits are set by the FEC and no individual has more say than anyone else. At least he is consistent throughout his campaign, unlike others who will take whatever money they can get to fight in the general. The smears against him will increase as his campaign grows bigger and he grows further in the race, keeping the haters pressed.

Just going to remind everyone again, he supports overturning Citizens United, is the only candidate pushing for structural democratic reform including constitutional amendments and depoliticizing SC, end voter suppression, gerrymandering, has released plans for rural and middle class Americans and continues to be a unifying voice, not one that is polarizing or uses divisive rhetoric. Oh and he doesn't encourage hostility and aggression among his supporters too, he has codified what he calls Rules of the Road that helps police the behavior of his supporters online. Also, he doesn't cry or quibble about every negative article of criticism published against him. Instead, gives thoughtful and mature answers like an adult, even though he's the youngest. That's maturity. Peace. #VoteBlue ✌️

 

 

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luckyanderson
13 minutes ago, HybridAT said:

Not going to argue with anyone here who cannot be reasoned with, especially based on something as trivial as campaign fundraising, where max donation limits are set by the FEC and no individual has more say than anyone else. At least he is consistent throughout his campaign, unlike others who will take whatever money they can get to fight in the general. The smears against him will increase as his campaign grows bigger and he grows further in the race, keeping the haters pressed.

Just going to remind everyone again, he supports overturning Citizens United, is the only candidate pushing for structural democratic reform including constitutional amendments and depoliticizing SC, end voter suppression, gerrymandering, has released plans for rural and middle class Americans and continues to be a unifying voice, not one that is polarizing or uses divisive rhetoric. Oh and he doesn't encourage hostility and aggression among his supporters too, he has codified what he calls Rules of the Road that helps police the behavior of his supporters online. Also, he doesn't cry or quibble about every negative article of criticism published against him. Instead, gives thoughtful and mature answers like an adult, even though he's the youngest. That's maturity. Peace. #VoteBlue ✌️

 

 

Sis, you can advertise all you want but the people simply are not buying. Buttigieg is not the people's choice.

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HybridAT
Just now, luckyanderson said:

Sis, you can advertise all you want but the people simply are not buying. Buttigieg is not the people's choice.

I'm not advertising, just clearing his positions. Support whoever you want idc but creating false narratives and spreading lies is wrong. 

And as for people's choice, let's wait and get closer to the primaries. There's still six months, anything can happen. Hillary was outpolling Obama nationally at this point back in 2007 and we all know how the game changed.

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Faysalaaa
On 9/7/2019 at 5:08 PM, scarlxrd said:

Please don’t do this garbage. Just because someone isn’t a part of the military doesn’t mean they don’t do nothing for this country. Anyone working a job should be consider a valuable person in this society. Because every job or profession is just as important. 

Actually, being part of the military is not even a good thing. Its a shameful thing unless you call out the the military industrial complex and the illegal wars made in the name of the American people. Pete did not do this, Tulsi Gabbard did which is why her service should be respected.

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