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    Veteran Member Moorhuhn Wanted Champion Hollywood's Avatar
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    Democrats have way too many problems with vets for any movement to happen.

    It's also rather irrelevant, there are not enough vet voters to sway large elections. A bigger demographic to go after would be law enforcement but the lefts hate of the police lost you that group.
    Bullshit. What "problems" do Democrats have with vets that the Republicans do not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    Bullshit. What "problems" do Democrats have with vets that the Republicans do not?
    They don't - it's just all in his head.

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    There's a chance they can pull a rabbit out of the hat and flip the House but there's really no chance of the Democrats getting the Senate in 2018. And the Senate is the important house right now because the Senate will be the house that confirms all of President Trump's nominees to the courts including the SCOTUS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HayJenn View Post
    Sigh..two very different things...The DNC is raking in the money from small, grassroots supporters. Which means they seem to be very fired up against BLOTUS.

    The RNC gets most of the money from big fat cats that donate every cycle.
    we got small donors. its different. we have more supporters. clinton pushed this idea!

    she lost!

    money is money. it all goes into the same basket!

    stop being naive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HayJenn View Post
    They don't - it's just all in his head.
    Read and learn

    Recent veterans are more Republican than older ones. Why?
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.ac664ffb8b72

    In actuality veterans do not really vote any different than non-voters so singling them out as a demographic to target is stupid.

    Any pollster can show you this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    There's a chance they can pull a rabbit out of the hat and flip the House but there's really no chance of the Democrats getting the Senate in 2018. And the Senate is the important house right now because the Senate will be the house that confirms all of President Trump's nominees to the courts including the SCOTUS.
    The Senate? What do you base that on? I'm sincerely asking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtm1963 View Post
    we got small donors. its different. we have more supporters. clinton pushed this idea!

    she lost!

    money is money. it all goes into the same basket!

    stop being naive!
    You seem to be the naive about how politics works.

    Grassroot money is the most important factor. It means the little people are fed up with the way this administration is going. BLOUTS get's most of his money from Pac's or Super Pac's.

    Will it be possible to flip 24 seats? Good chance of that if this administration keeps failing and creating chaos every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minotaur View Post
    The Senate? What do you base that on? I'm sincerely asking.
    The number of seats up.
    Thanks from Southern Dad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    Read and learn



    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.ac664ffb8b72

    In actuality veterans do not really vote any different than non-voters so singling them out as a demographic to target is stupid.

    Any pollster can show you this.
    Then why did Obama crush John McCain?

    and from your link..

    We interpret these results with caution because cross-sectional survey data provide only a snapshot of public opinion, and it is difficult to nail down firm causes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HayJenn View Post
    Then why did Obama crush John McCain?

    and from your link..

    We interpret these results with caution because cross-sectional survey data provide only a snapshot of public opinion, and it is difficult to nail down firm causes.
    Why did vets reject Kerry?

    Because vets are regular voters who are also concerned about other issues, they don't vote as a group.

    You are assuming they do.

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