Chronicles Of The 2024 Presidential Election Part 2

Sorry you can’t do the math. Health is a fundamental constitutional right. When people say at least I have my health proves that…
No math involved loser. Show specifically where health care is a constitutional right. LOL
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Yes because Trumps attempt to block people’s rightful access to healthcare screams small government…
It is federal law that all hospitals must treat you in the event of an emergency or transfer you somewhere that can if they can't. Doesn't matter if you can pay. In many cases, you're totally off the hook.

Healthcare is not the same thing as insurance. There are a lot of reasons insurance can be a bad idea. You don't think insurers love the ACA? It's awfully profitable for them.
 
It is federal law that all hospitals must treat you in the event of an emergency or transfer you somewhere that can if they can't. Doesn't matter if you can pay. In many cases, you're totally off the hook.

Healthcare is not the same thing as insurance. There are a lot of reasons insurance can be a bad idea. You don't think insurers love the ACA? It's awfully profitable for them.
Trump attempted to pass a law allowing healthcare providers to refuse treatment under the guise of religious freedom.

It is nothing short of discrimination.

 
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Show it in the constitution idiot. Show where health care is a right. Can’t you do it? Do you get tired of getting bitch slapped?
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Do the math, idiot. You can’t have life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness if you don’t have health. Can’t prove that you can? Sick of being owned?
 
Do the math, idiot. You can’t have life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness if you don’t have health. Can’t prove that you can? Sick of being owned?
As I said, there is no math involved. LMAO moron. There is nothing that says health care is a constitutional right. LOL
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Trump attempted to pass a law allowing healthcare providers to refuse treatment under the guise of religious freedom.

It is nothing short of discrimination.
No, the proposed rule did not provide for what you think it did. A doctor or healthcare provider cannot refuse anyone on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. The Supreme Court already settled this. The proposed rule was about specific methods of treatment and I assume you mean transgender therapies.

"Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" was in the Declaration of Independence, by the way.
 
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No, the proposed rule did not provide for what you think it did. A doctor or healthcare provider cannot refuse anyone on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. The Supreme Court already settled this. The proposed rule was about specific methods of treatment and I assume you mean transgender therapies.
You obviously didn’t read my source. This is wrong.
"Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" was in the Declaration of Independence, by the way.
Straight from our founders.
 
You obviously didn’t read my source. This is wrong.
I don't know what to tell you. The law says that if the specific doctor has a conscientious objection in an emergency -- they are required to send the patient to someone who doesn't.

If you want that to expand to non-emergency visits, fine.
 
I don't know what to tell you. The law says that if the specific doctor has a conscientious objection in an emergency -- they are required to send the patient to someone who doesn't.

If you want that to expand to non-emergency visits, fine.
There you go. Just needed to think a little more huh?
 
I have been trying to find the right thread to bring this up. Hopefully this is it. The Democrat National Convention - Can anyone tell me why out of all the cities in these United States with all it's [problems was Chicago the best choice of all? I now think I know. Being one of those that do not think Biden will be the nominee, I now realize the reason for the Chicago pick. What better place to coronate the next Democrat nominee - Michelle Obama.
 

Biden Goes From the Basement to Denial​

Polls show him behind Trump, and he won’t come back unless he admits the problem.​



WSJ
By
Karl Rove
May 15, 2024 5:23 pm ET

For President Biden, bad news is piling up. Siena College polls released Monday by the New York Times and Philadelphia Inquirer show he’s losing to Donald Trump in five of six battleground states.

He trails Mr. Trump in Nevada by 12 points (38% to 50%), in Georgia by 10 (39% to 49%), and in Michigan and Arizona by 7 (42% to 49% in both). They’re neck and neck in the remaining two with Mr. Trump ahead by 3 points (44% to 47%) in Pennsylvania and Mr. Biden by 2 in Wisconsin (47% to 45%). Both are within the polls’ margins of error.

Even if Mr. Trump wins only battlegrounds where his lead is outside the margin, that would be enough with the states he won in 2020 to get him 283 electoral votes and a second term.
Democrats may console themselves that there’s plenty of time before Americans vote and one poll isn’t definitive. True, but the RealClearPolitics average of recent polls mirror the Siena results. Mr. Trump leads Mr. Biden in the three Sunbelt states: by 6.2 points in Nevada, 5.2 in Arizona, and 4.6 in Georgia.

The RealClearPolitics average does show the three Great Lakes states up for grabs. Mr. Trump leads in Wisconsin by 0.6 point, in Michigan by 0.8, and in Pennsylvania by 2. If Mr. Trump wins the 33 Sunbelt battleground electoral votes, he would be only two shy of the 270 necessary to retake the White House. One of the Great Lakes states would be enough for him to win, while Mr. Biden would need all three.

The president has no chance of winning them or any other battleground until he confronts his serious problems. He’s behind in the polls not because his predecessor is outperforming his 2020 numbers but because the president is way underperforming his, especially among black, Hispanic and young voters.

Mr. Biden doesn’t seem to recognize he’s in big trouble. He told a California fundraiser Friday that a poll had him carrying Wisconsin by 6 points, another had him up by 4 nationwide, and “all the rest are basically tied.” It could be that he was putting on a brave face or is simply in denial.

Democratic strategists are more clear-eyed. James Carville, who quarterbacked Bill Clinton’s first run for the White House, complains that Mr. Biden is surrounded by “Ivy League economist academic types” who don’t understand “the world people are living in.” David Axelrod, Barack Obama’s strategist, is concerned Mr. Biden is “making a terrible mistake” by not empathizing with “the way people are experiencing the economy.”

Hyping his accomplishments hasn’t lifted Mr. Biden in the polls. Nor has emphasizing Mr. Trump’s threat to abortion rights or democracy. Unless there’s a measure on a battleground state’s ballot to drive issue-specific turnout, abortion isn’t likely to be the decisive issue Democrats believed it would. And 53% of independents told an April 25 NPR/PBS/Marist poll that Mr. Biden would “weaken our democracy” in a second term, while only 42% said that of Mr. Trump.

Mr. Biden can turn things around only if he figures out how to take down Mr. Trump with undecided voters, especially those who don’t like either candidate—and soon. The president is running out of time to convince these voters that Donald Trump is worse than he is. Other incumbents were successfully attacking their challengers long before this point in their re-election race.

Biden strategists also have to get it through their heads that swing voters aren’t left-wing Democrats. They don’t want a “transformational” Democratic president but the reassuring, transitional figure they believed they were backing in 2020.

Mr. Biden does, however, have a financial advantage that he’s using to build an aggressive get-out-the vote effort. While this won’t give him 8 or 10 more points, it could boost him enough to win some states that are close today.

Mr. Trump has yet to deploy a similar program on the GOP side. Financial constraints might keep him and the Republican Party from mobilizing a strong ground game that competes with the Democratic effort.

To stay ahead he too needs a message correction. Mr. Trump should spend much less time talking about his legal troubles and more offering a compelling second-term vision. As he entered the courtroom Tuesday, he devoted a minute and a half to issues voters care about, such as electric vehicles and tariffs on China, but spent seven minutes complaining about his courtroom treatment. By failing to realize this election is about America’s future and not his present, Mr. Trump is providing Mr. Biden an opening. We’ll see if the president takes advantage of it.
 
I have been trying to find the right thread to bring this up. Hopefully this is it. The Democrat National Convention - Can anyone tell me why out of all the cities in these United States with all it's [problems was Chicago the best choice of all? I now think I know. Being one of those that do not think Biden will be the nominee, I now realize the reason for the Chicago pick. What better place to coronate the next Democrat nominee - Michelle Obama.
Another unsubstantiated far-right conspiracy theory. History proves that Biden and Biden alone have the best odds of winning the 2024 presidential election for democrats.
 
There's no war. It's a civil rights movement. And history proves you can't stop it.
You're not understanding what I'm saying. There are no civil rights to be won. They never really had to be won in the first place.

Do you think there's a group other than blacks who had to seriously fight for rights in this country? Be honest. Because it seems like everybody else had a pretty easy time from the beginning.
 
Article makes a valid point about Trump’s insistence on setting a low bar for Biden. All Biden has to do strong two sentences together and he’s met the bar set for him.

Why?

Check the timing of the first debate with the start of the Hunter Trials.

Brilliant, Don. Brilliant.
 
Check the timing of the first debate with the start of the Hunter Trials.

Brilliant, Don. Brilliant.

Does the general public care about Hunter Biden’s gun charges? I get that maga will but there seems to be precious little evidence that the general electorate cares even a little bit.
 
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