Why do people vote for them?

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19 Responses to Why do people vote for them?

  1. Muddy

    People vote for them because they do a decent job of tapping into the human psyche and telling people what they want to hear.

  2. Faye

    I thought the Military was all for President Trump. The Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, in full military uniform, during Schiff’s shiffy “impeachment” investigation, says he was advising the Ukrainian government the exact opposite to what his Commander in Chief (President Trump) established with the the Ukraine President Zelensky two weeks prior. The worst part is to date the US Military leadership has remained silent. So it gives credence to the idea, not all the military brass are in favour of President Trump’s Defence policy which is not to have long drawn out wars that they have gotten used to and if necessary have short sharp tactical force against an enemy. There would be Never-Trumpers in the Military who side with the Deep State against ordinary Americans whose champion is President Trump.

  3. Zatara

    Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman wasn’t working for the military. He was seconded to the NSC where he hadn’t worn a uniform in years, obviously drank the leftist coolaid, and forgot his oath. The military’s biggest mistake was in commissioning the weal-tit in the first place, followed very closely by allowing him to be assigned to the NSC.

    The worst part is to date the US Military leadership has remained silent.

    Quite the opposite. It’s bad enough the Dems have managed to politically weaponize the CIA, the IRS, the FBI, and the DOJ. And that Obama massively manipulated the military senior officer corps to promote ones who would support his ideology.

    The last thing the US wants or needs is the military getting involved in politics.

  4. Iampeter

    Deep political discourse.

    This post is a great example of how conservatives are totally not conformist just like the leftists they criticize.

  5. JC

    Implodes

    Here’s a deal. I’ll post the same pejorative comment about conservatives on your behalf each day and you’ll never have to leave the padded room.

    Don’t ever let anyone lead you to think you’re a repetitive wanker.

  6. Pyrmonter

    Evidence that any of Romney’s sons has anything to do with Ukraine? This is John Birch stuff, but worse.

  7. An ex chairman of the USA Joint Chiefs
    of Staff told a group of us that the Chiefs
    often met “just to pray”.

    Can anyone see our lot doing that, led maybe by
    Morrison, Payne and Reynolds?

    Looking at our eroded ADF that is surely needed and fast!

  8. Genghis

    I cannot understand why the American Senate does not hold its own Committees on Russia, Ukraine, Clinton etc etc etc.

  9. PB

    “Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman wasn’t working for the military. He was seconded to the NSC where he hadn’t worn a uniform in years”

    If you follow his statements then it becomes very clear his loyalty to the Ukraine trumped his loyalty to the US. He’s not very bright though. Has said too much already and doesn’t appear to understand the implications of what he said. I’m sure the Deep State will paper the cracks over though.

  10. Jannie

    Its possible the Dems are reluctant to impeach, as that will give the Senate the opportunity to review the case, the witnesses and the evidence. It wont stand up to the most elementary scrutiny of justice. If the US republic survives the constitutional debauchery of the impeachment rules of engagement, this Congress will be the infamous low point of its history. The next Congress is likely to be a Republican majority, and what goes around comes around, with a vengeance. I doubt Schiff or Nadler are going to stick around for the various Congressional enquiries that triple through from the Durham and Horowitz investigations.

  11. struth

    Why do people vote for them?

    They are told to, every day of every year they attend school and university.

  12. Jo Smyth

    ‘Why do they vote for them?’ If you have to ask that question you haven’t been keeping up with the indoctrination programme that’s been going on for the past 50 years. It’s a bit late now.

  13. egg_

    Why do people vote for them?

    Herd mentality.

  14. max

    Why do people vote for them?

    It is their religion, State is god — god is going to save them.

    Today it is said we live in a secular society…. they do not believe in supernatural God, but you still have to believe in something that gives meaning to your life, and shapes your sense of the world. Such a belief is religious.

  15. jupes

    The last thing the US wants or needs is the military getting involved in politics.

    Yeah because allowing women, gays and trannies into the military and encouraging M*sl*ms to join and then covering up for them after they commit mass murder are purely military decisions.

  16. Zatara

    Evidence that any of Romney’s sons has anything to do with Ukraine?

    Not Romney’s son, his national security advisor.

    Mitt Romney’s national security advisor in his 2012 campaign — a career CIA spook who rose to its top levels — sits on the board of directors of Burisma, the Ukrainian gas company that formerly paid Hunter Biden $50k a month despite his complete lack of credentials or qualifications.

    And it also an odd coincidence that Mitt has as CNN puts it “been a lone Republican voice expressing concern about President Donald Trump’s July phone call with Volodymyr Zelensky in which Trump asked Ukraine’s President to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his family.”

  17. Rayvic

    When are observers going to realise that Obama was second rate.

  18. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    the constitutional debauchery of the impeachment rules of engagement

    Nicely put, Jannie.

    We can see that, but people will still vote for them; for all of the reasons offered above.
    It’s an ideological takeover and it will take more than a generation to recover from it.
    Bad times ahead.

  19. Zatara

    The last thing the US wants or needs is the military getting involved in politics.

    Yeah because allowing women, gays and trannies into the military and encouraging M*sl*ms to join and then covering up for them after they commit mass murder are purely military decisions.

    That’s exactly the point. The US military didn’t ask to be involved in politics, the politics was forced upon them by the civil “leadership”.

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