One Political Plaza - Home of politics
The Most Republican Newspaper In The Country Just Endorsed Joe Biden
Page: 1 2 3 next>>
Oct 25, 2020 19:37:13   #
| Reply
Oct 25, 2020 19:39:50   #
Seth
 
Bad Bob wrote:
https://www.politicususa.com/2020/10/25/new-hampshire-union-leader-endorses-biden.html


It's too bad there's no way to type a whoopie cushion style Bronx cheer to respond to you, your link and your post in general.

| Reply
Oct 25, 2020 20:24:33   #
archie bunker Loc: Texas
 
Seth wrote:
It's too bad there's no way to type a whoopie cushion style Bronx cheer to respond to you, your link and your post in general.


Is politicus the most Republican newspaper?

| Reply
 
 
Oct 25, 2020 20:30:45   #
Seth
 
archie bunker wrote:
Is politicus the most Republican newspaper?


According to Bad Bob. I don't think I have ever read the paper.

There are also some never-Trump "Republicans" like the Lincoln Project in the woodwork, so it could be that this publication is aligned with them.

| Reply
Oct 25, 2020 20:39:06   #
Rose42
 
Seth wrote:
It's too bad there's no way to type a whoopie cushion style Bronx cheer to respond to you, your link and your post in general.


This is Bob. This is why he's here



| Reply
Oct 25, 2020 20:45:24   #
Bad Bob Loc: Virginia
 
Rose42 wrote:
This is Bob. This is why he's here



| Reply
Oct 25, 2020 20:52:29   #
Airforceone
 
Seth wrote:
According to Bad Bob. I don't think I have ever read the paper.

There are also some never-Trump "Republicans" like the Lincoln Project in the woodwork, so it could be that this publication is aligned with them.


Let’s see the Lincoln project was never aligned wit the never Trump group, there just republicans for Biden they don’t agree with the democratic agenda they just disagree with Trump and his racist agenda his handling of the pandemic and his cozy up to dictators. How about the super pac set up by 345 of Bush 43 administration officials.

| Reply
 
 
Oct 25, 2020 21:08:48   #
Seth
 
Rose42 wrote:
This is Bob. This is why he's here


I can picture Bob looking exactly like that.

| Reply
Oct 25, 2020 21:17:02   #
Seth
 
Airforceone wrote:
Let’s see the Lincoln project was never aligned wit the never Trump group, there just republicans for Biden they don’t agree with the democratic agenda they just disagree with Trump and his racist agenda his handling of the pandemic and his cozy up to dictators. How about the super pac set up by 345 of Bush 43 administration officials.


There you go again.

Trump has no racist agenda, you're just showing your ignorance. Prison reform, opportunity zones, more funding for black universities, lowest black unemployment in American history -- he has done more for the black community than every president put together since Lincoln. Democrats, on the other hand, have proven themselves to be the racists.

All you do is parrot the same bumper sticker bullshit over and over, and you are clueless as to what is really going on in America.

The same goes for the rest of your post, and all your posts. You know nothing about anything, just repeat whatever you hear from the leftists who tell you what to think.

You are a troll, period.

| Reply
Oct 26, 2020 00:32:15   #
Big Dolly
 
Seth wrote:
According to Bad Bob. I don't think I have ever read the paper.

There are also some never-Trump "Republicans" like the Lincoln Project in the woodwork, so it could be that this publication is aligned with them.


I visited the Lincoln Project website a few times, but there was no mention of any newspaper, published or online.

| Reply
Oct 26, 2020 00:53:52   #
Seth
 
Big Dolly wrote:
I visited the Lincoln Project website a few times, but there was no mention of any newspaper, published or online.


The paper could still be anti-Trump or pro-Biden, though. Different publications have different political agendas.

For example, while the Wall Street Journal is a Republican paper, they also lean towards globalism.

I was merely pointing out that just because a paper is Republican, its editorial bias might not be aligned with the GOP or Trump.

Those of us on the right are more prone to free thinking, so we don't necessarily adhere to the lockstep "our way or the highway" attitude of those on the left.

| Reply
 
 
Oct 26, 2020 04:18:53   #
Big Dolly
 
Seth wrote:
The paper could still be anti-Trump or pro-Biden, though. Different publications have different political agendas.

For example, while the Wall Street Journal is a Republican paper, they also lean towards globalism.

I was merely pointing out that just because a paper is Republican, its editorial bias might not be aligned with the GOP or Trump.

Those of us on the right are more prone to free thinking, so we don't necessarily adhere to the lockstep "our way or the highway" attitude of those on the left.
The paper could still be anti-Trump or pro-Biden, ... (show quote)


My only access to the internet is by using an obsolete Android courtesy of LifeLine, AKA ObamaPhone. There are very few free newspapers that I can read online and Wall Street Journal isn't one of them.

| Reply
Oct 26, 2020 10:05:10   #
Seth
 
Big Dolly wrote:
My only access to the internet is by using an obsolete Android courtesy of LifeLine, AKA ObamaPhone. There are very few free newspapers that I can read online and Wall Street Journal isn't one of them.


WSJ's not free, even online. I used to read the hard copy daily when I lived in NY, now I only buy it occasionally, there are too many other news sources on the internet now. Most newspapers have free access online as well, some even have apps that get them sent right to your phone.

I don't know much about Obama phones except that I"ve been told they don't have any memory to speak of.

Since they're smartphones, though, I would've thought you could access news sites by typing them into the address bar -- or Google.

| Reply
Oct 26, 2020 22:25:21   #
Abel
 
Seth wrote:
WSJ's not free, even online. I used to read the hard copy daily when I lived in NY, now I only buy it occasionally, there are too many other news sources on the internet now. Most newspapers have free access online as well, some even have apps that get them sent right to your phone.

I don't know much about Obama phones except that I"ve been told they don't have any memory to speak of.

Since they're smartphones, though, I would've thought you could access news sites by typing them into the address bar -- or Google.
WSJ's not free, even online. I used to read the ha... (show quote)


IMHO: Wall Street is akin to a casino. It is set up to make money for the high rollers and fleece the rubes.

| Reply
Oct 26, 2020 22:31:07   #
Crayons Loc: St Jo, Texas
 
The lincoln-project should adequately be renamed the John-Wilkes-Booth-Society

| Reply
Page: 1 2 3 next>>
If you want to reply, then register here. Registration is free and your account is created instantly, so you can post right away.
OnePoliticalPlaza.com - Forum
Copyright 2012-2020 IDF International Technologies, Inc.