No fracking, no oil, taxpayer funding of abortion, right up to the moment of birth, higher taxes,
Anyway . The Americans will find out soon enough.
No fracking, no oil, taxpayer funding of abortion, right up to the moment of birth, higher taxes,
What's that got to do with the subject of this site?Ariel wrote:No fracking, no oil, taxpayer funding of abortion, right up to the moment of birth, higher taxes,
I said SITE not THREAD. Why does the outcome of the US election matter to the main concern of FFI?pr126 wrote:the title of the thread is Elections in America on its 31st page. Just noticed this thread?
It was to stop communism that moron Ronald Reagan supported the mujhideen "freedom fighters" in Afghanistan. It was to destroy an insular socialist economy that the west led by the USA fomented the breakup of Yugoslavia and supported the creation of an independent Bosniak Muslim state led by a fanatical Muslim called Alija Izetbegovik. Where has that got us? Then the USA thought it could overthrow quasi-secular thugs in Islamic countries and replace them with Latin American-style puppet regimes dedicated to furthering the narrow financial interests of greedy US plutocrats and kept in power by rigged elections. And anyway, Trump was voted in on the promise of American isolationism, protectionist tariffs and bringing back manufacturing jobs by making the US an even better place than China for business to pollute the air and water.A lot depends on this for everybody.
Firstly for the American people to stop socialism/communism, globalism and its spread all over the globe.
Sweetie, the elections of America have also nothing to do with Islam.
You need a mental checkup as soon as possible. Everything that happens in this world is all related to Islam.
Biden or Blood?
BY ROBERT SPENCER
Will Joe Biden and the Democrats succeed in stealing the election? It’s early yet, but there are disquieting signs already. Pennsylvania’s wildly partisan attorney general Josh Shapiro tweeted Saturday, before a single vote was counted: “If all the votes are added up in PA, Trump is going to lose.” In Shapiro’s Philadelphia on Tuesday morning, the Philadelphia Republican Party charged that certified Republican poll watchers were being denied access. In Georgia, all the voting machines in Spalding County, which voted 60% for Trump in 2016, went down. Scott Adams noted: “The Fake News will try to install Biden as president, no matter the vote count, if the election outcome is even slightly questionable. And it will be.”
If the efforts to install Biden in the White House, no matter what the vote count really is, fail, then there will be riots. The numerous boarded-up businesses in major cities testify to their likelihood. For all too many on the Left, it seems as if the choice America faces today is Biden or Blood.
That recalls another presidential election in our nation’s distant past, when the Republican governor of Ohio, Rutherford B. Hayes, ran against the Democratic Governor of New York, Samuel J. Tilden. As Rating America’s Presidents notes, Tilden was the Democrats’ third straight candidate from New York (and General George B. McClellan, their 1864 standard bearer, was from New Jersey). With the South largely in their camp even during Reconstruction, the Democrats knew that it was the North they had to win to regain the White House. And while the Republicans “waved the bloody shirt,” as they had in 1868 and 1872—that is, accused the Democrats of responsibility for the Civil War—the Democrats had an effective comeback as the party of clean government fighting against what they characterized as the party of corruption.
It almost worked; actually, it may really have worked. Tilden won the popular vote by 250,000 votes over Hayes. He also seemed to have won the electoral vote, and hence the presidency. However, in three Southern states, South Carolina, Louisiana, and Florida, the Democrats and Republicans produced two separate popular vote tabulations, both claiming victory in each state. There was also a dispute about one elector in Oregon, where the Democratic governor had appointed a Democrat after a Republican elector resigned and the Republicans cried foul. At stake were twenty electoral votes. The undisputed tally had Tilden with 184 and Hayes with 165, so if Hayes were awarded all twenty of the disputed votes, he would win the presidency by one vote.
The dispute roiled the nation. No one was sure what to do, as the Constitution hadn’t provided for such a contingency, and while the Republicans may have been engaged in voter fraud, the Democrats had almost certainly practiced voter suppression, preventing freedmen, who voted for the party that freed the slaves, from voting, or throwing out their votes uncounted. In 1878, a congressional investigation found evidence of Democratic attempts to bribe election officials. But it is unlikely that the Republicans weren’t cheating as well.
Enraged Democrats charged that the Republicans were trying to steal the election. Some, crying “Tilden or Blood!” even threatened a new civil war if their candidate was not declared the victor. Finally, Congress appointed a commission of seven Democrats, seven Republicans, and one independent to determine which votes to accept and which to reject. The independent, however, Supreme Court Justice David Davis, resigned to take a seat in the Senate; his replacement was a Republican, and the die was cast. On an 8–7 party-line vote, the Republican vote totals were accepted. Hayes was named “the duly elected president of the United States” on March 3, 1877, the day before the inauguration.
The Democrats accepted this, although they derided Hayes as “Rutherfraud” throughout his presidency. Tilden took the news resignedly, saying: “I prefer four years of Hayes’ administration to four years of civil war.” He withdrew from the field while maintaining the rightness of his cause: “I can retire to private life with the consciousness that I shall receive from posterity the credit of having been elected to the highest position in the gift of the people, without any of the cares and responsibilities of the office.”
One reason why the Democrats did not draw out the dispute or refuse to accept the commission’s decision that Hayes had won was that they had driven a hard bargain: as a condition of their accepting Hayes’s election, they demanded, and received, the withdrawal of federal troops from the South. Reconstruction was over, and with it died any semblance of equality of rights for black Americans. Republican “carpetbaggers” packed up their carpetbags and returned to the North; the South became a one-party state that replicated antebellum society, with blacks denied voting rights and discriminated against in numerous other ways.
Was the reinforcement of second-class status for the freed slaves and the end of any chance to make America a society in which all people truly enjoyed equality of rights worth it, so that the country could experience the presidency of Rutherford B. Hayes? No.
And here we may be again. But today, the Left has created an atmosphere so overheated that even a deal like that of 1876, as flawed as it was, may not be possible. Will Democrats accept the will of the people if their man loses? Or will it be Biden or Blood?
Wow...Respect. Seven active Michigan voters are all older than the oldest person alive.Biden: “We have put together the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organisation in the history of American politics”.
In Michigan alone.Biden: “We have put together the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organisation in the history of American politics”.
Biden: “We have put together the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organisation in the history of American politics”.
Judicial Watch finds 1.8 million 'ghost voters' in 29 states, warns of 'dirty elections' - Washington Times
Judicial Watch has released a comparison study of Census Bureau population statistics and state voter registration data to reveal a notable disparity. The watch dog group is now warning of potential voter fraud and “dirty” voter rolls.
The study found that 352 U.S. counties in 29 states managed to have 1.8 million more registered voters than eligible voting-age citizens.
“In other words, the registration rates of those counties exceeded 100% of eligible voters. The study found eight states showing state-wide registration rates exceeding 100%: Alaska, Colorado, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, Rhode Island, and Vermont,” reported Tom Fitton, president of the watchdog group.
Some of that excess ran as high as 187% in Texas, 177% in New Mexico and 171% in South Dakota.
“The new study of excess — or ghost voters — highlights the recklessness of mailing blindly ballots and ballot applications to voter registration lists. Dirty voting rolls can mean dirty elections,” Mr. Fitton noted.
You seemed more concerned about the spread of socialism and communism than with Islam.pr126 wrote:Trump is not. So I think it does matter for this site.
REPORT: Defense Secretary Mark Esper Has Drafted A Resignation Letter
President Donald Trump’s defense secretary, Mark Esper, has prepared a resignation letter, three current defense officials reportedly told NBC News on Thursday.
Esper and Trump have long had an abrasive relationship, and he reportedly expected to be pushed out of the administration even if Trump won reelection. It is reportedly not an uncommon practice for cabinet members to draft resignation letters ahead of a presidential election should the incumbent win and desire to switch up his cabinet members, according to NBC.
Esper’s office pushed back on the report, however.
“The speculation about potential resignations of Cabinet officials is a well-worn, D.C.-insider, post-election parlor game,” Jonathan Hoffman, the assistant to the secretary of defense for public affairs told NBC. “[Esper] continues to serve the nation as the secretary of defense at the pleasure of the president and is at the Pentagon today working on the irreversible implementation of the National Defense Strategy.”
Esper and Trump most recently had a public clash on the renaming of military bases currently named after Confederate military figures. Esper’s Pentagon drafted an order to rename the bases, which Trump struck down. Esper is now in the process of assisting legislators in Congress in drafting a bill that would rename the bases.
Esper also disagreed strongly with the president’s decision to use federal agents to quell unrest in cities across the U.S. this summer.
The report on Esper’s potential resignation comes a month after rumors that Trump himself planned to replace him in September with Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie.
The trouble is the word 'socialist" is now used so loosely on the political right that it has lost any coherent meaning. Was the Obama administration socialist? If so, in what way? The great republican bugbear of Obamacare, which sought to extend PRIVATE/CORPORATE health insurance coverage to American citizens who didn't have any? Whatever the pros and cons of Obamacare I cannot see how this was in any way socialist, let alone what relevance it has to Islam.sum wrote:I think that Islam will follow socialism. If the march towards socialism can be halted then it will be more difficult for Islam to gain more hold as Islam is riding on the back of socialism.