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foxnews.com/politics/andrew-yang-run-nyc.. aol.com/promising-free-money-poor-andrew.. YOOOOOO NEW YORK GAMERS RISE UP YANG COMING TO SAVE US WITH THOSE NEETBUX LETS FUCKING GO I WANT MY FREE HANDOUTS
2021-01-14 04:35
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Denmark Notallama
Surprised the traitor still has backing
2021-01-14 04:36
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#3
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United States Stewie2GOAT
wdym traitor
2021-01-14 04:42
23 replies
#8
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Denmark Notallama
Suddenly endorsing Biden, whom he shares little views with, in the primaries while it was largely undecided instead of Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sanders is a traitor move. If keeping Trump out of office was his only goal, as he said, then he should have dropped out of the primaries WAY EARLIER as he barely had any of the popular vote with him at all. He went against anything he stood for in the campaign in favor of political influence.
2021-01-14 04:48
22 replies
There were people who were mad that he dropped out at all. And there were people who were happy he backed Joe Biden. You can't please everyone, but you have to acknowledge his decisions were understandable.
2021-01-14 04:57
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#12
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Denmark Notallama
None of his decisions were understandable from the perspective of his campaign's policies, and yes there will be people that are upset about any decision he would have made at any point in time. I don't see your point here. He endorsed Biden relatively early on, and the only reasoning he gave was that keeping Trump out of office was more important than his views. Give me a fucking break. Funny that he should happen to be in Biden's business advisory council nowadays. Snake.
2021-01-14 05:00
16 replies
By the time he endorsed Biden, Bernie had barely any mathematical chance of winning. What's the issue?
2021-01-14 06:37
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#31
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Denmark Notallama
He endorsed Biden on marth 10th which, for reference, was only a few days after Elizabeth Warren dropped out.. so that's not even remotely true.
2021-01-14 06:39
14 replies
It was after Super Tuesday...
2021-01-14 06:40
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#33
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Denmark Notallama
As far as I can remember, Biden wasn't even leading by as much as 50 pledged delegates around super tuesday. (Correct me if I'm wrong..) so why should that matter?
2021-01-14 06:44
12 replies
ballotpedia.org/Super_Tuesday_primaries,.. I mean as you can see Bernie got wrecked pretty hard on Super Tuesday. 2708 delegates to 1115 delegates
2021-01-14 06:45
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#36
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Denmark Notallama
That's obviously the total sum, you can see the dates and figure out what it was around super tuesday by hovering your mouse over it...
2021-01-14 06:45
10 replies
The chart below that pretty much reflects the same conclusions with different numbers. Biden came into Super Tuesday with tons of pledged delegates and walked out with even more.
2021-01-14 06:47
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#39
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Denmark Notallama
Maybe you should recheck your own source. Yang pledged at March 10th, which was the beginning of the bracket that says March 10th-March 16th.
2021-01-14 06:50
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You can add up the Feb and Mar 3 and see the logical conclusion for youself.
2021-01-14 06:51
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#44
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Denmark Notallama
So are you implying that less than 100 delegates difference leaves Bernie Sanders with "barely any mathematical chance of winning"? Or are you just grasping at extremely tiny straws here? Maybe you should check previous primaries if you think that's isn't a close race. Besides, whichever difference would be substantially different if Yang and Warren endorsed Sanders. That's why there was an outcry, and that's why I see him as a traitor.
2021-01-14 06:54
6 replies
Pretty much every pundit at the time said about the same. businessinsider.com/how-bernie-sanders-d.. Bernie underperformed even compared to his 2016 performance, which he also lost.
2021-01-14 07:01
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#49
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Denmark Notallama
The 2016 primary was also extremely tight, even though the entire DNC fought against him, so that comparison is rather useless. Fact is still that he was down less than 100 delegates on super tuesday when Yang endorsed Biden.
2021-01-14 07:07
4 replies
What was his path to victory if he was further ahead 4 years ago, and still had a close loss?
2021-01-14 07:08
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#56
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Denmark Notallama
I already mentioned that.. which is what this entire argument is all about. His path to victory would be an endorsement by Yang and Warren.. does it make sense to you now, or do I need to give you the details as well..? You are rather dense.
2021-01-14 07:12
2 replies
An endorsement from Yang and Warren woulda turned everything around? LMAO And you're calling me dense. Dude you really don't know much about American politics.
2021-01-14 07:15
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#61
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Denmark Notallama
Absolutely it would. It seems like you are the one that don't know American politics. Perhaps you should look up how the primary works with delegates and superdelegates. It's only an indirect democracy.. endorsements are taken as serious as they are because they make a huge difference. Period.
2021-01-14 07:18
#54
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Australia opzy
‘Undecided’ lol, bernie had well and truly lost at that point, yang backed the eventual winner of the election
2021-01-14 07:11
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#57
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Denmark Notallama
Less than 100 delegates down. "Well and truly lost"
2021-01-14 07:13
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#58
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Australia opzy
He was losing almost every poll, bro I wanted bernie to win but it wasnt going to happen
2021-01-14 07:14
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#60
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Denmark Notallama
Yeah and Trump was losing every poll in 2016... Thing is, Yang could have done something to actually further his political views, even if Biden would eventually win. He decided to go for the status-quo of the lobbying hell.
2021-01-14 07:16
Traitor??
2021-01-14 04:43
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#17
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Denmark dyinbyran
idk but read #3 to #12
2021-01-14 05:18
wolf of wall street
2021-01-14 04:39
No wonder Biden somehow got in as the democratic representative when this guy wanted to give every adult a free 1k. Just enabling jobless weebs in their moms homes, and for sjw's to complain on twitter while working 4 hours in mcdonalds
2021-01-14 04:42
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Hey man I work 4 hours a day 5 days a week. Ain't nothing wrong with that. At the end of the day I have alot of energy to complain and whine.
2021-01-14 04:44
His campaign ignores the core issue with this country, which is all the jobs got automated and outsourced, but everything is still sold back to us at premium prices.
2021-01-14 04:48
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Denmark Notallama
...says a zoomer that hasn't worked a single hour in his entire life. Hmm.
2021-01-14 04:50
9 replies
ok? I'm not but ok? what are you even trying to say with this kind of shit?
2021-01-14 05:21
8 replies
#28
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Denmark Notallama
Maybe you should have some experience on the US working market before voicing your opinion on it. I'm not sure you'd keep your opinion when you work 2 jobs to even sustain a living. In many cases it's even 3.
2021-01-14 06:24
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Most people who have 2 jobs are women who quit their studies to be a housewife then got divorced or they are young mothers and stuff like that. I'm not saying you shouldn't give people money at all but to all adults. That's easily abusable.
2021-01-14 06:45
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#38
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Denmark Notallama
Actually, women and men have almost 50/50 split between them on number of jobs. It's very diversified, so I don't find that factual at all. It's more likely the uneducated rather than gender specific. Abusable how?
2021-01-14 06:48
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Young people can probably live a decent life in their parents homes without working and not needing to pay rent. $12000 a year is enough to live excluding bills and rent. Why bother with pressurizing university when you can just stay home and never work? Even when their parents stop working, they can Just go to McDonald's and work 4 hours. Doing the math you get a healthy $25,600 from $15 minimum wage.
2021-01-14 06:59
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#47
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Denmark Notallama
Why are you talking about young people under the care of parents? It's the parents that are the ones working 2-3 jobs.. you completely dropped the soap.
2021-01-14 07:02
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I'm talking about how it can be abused and where did I say these people are the kids of those 2-3 job people? Like I said in #35 I'm not saying that no one should get extra money, but definently not all. And bro why is this an argument. He's not even president elect.
2021-01-14 07:05
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#51
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Denmark Notallama
You didn't. I did. Implying young people would stimulate the market more and use said money more responsibly, while not being taken advantage of by the parents in the first place is not only a silly thing to propose, it's plain dumb. It's the adults that needs the money in the first place to take care of the kids that you are talking about.
2021-01-14 07:10
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Idk where you even looking but this is closed :D
2021-01-14 07:12
what's wrong with working 4 hours a day I don't work at all
2021-01-14 05:42
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Cause the more people there are like this the slower humanity will advance it's technologies.
2021-01-14 06:11
8 replies
people in East Asia work 10+ hours a day and they are not known as good scientists
2021-01-14 06:19
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I'm talking about how people won't try to get a degree if they can live off of minimum wage at low hours. Then there will be a less pool of possible researchers and scientists and yk how it adds up. And China started at a disadvantage Now after like 50 years since Mao they've grown drastically in everything. In the next few decades China will be producing good scientists. When a new generation of people who have gone through the improved universities and can be on par with the leading scientists are the world.
2021-01-14 06:51
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en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow%27s_hiera.. the very kind of people you are talking about wouldn't work normally even if they get a degree. That's their mentality. China does not represent the picture of East Asia as a whole.
2021-01-14 07:11
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China and Japan are the major countries there (GDP wise) and China I wrote and there Japan is definently on par with the world's scientists. Also name a place where people are "known as good scientists". You'd prob say America but that's just cause they are close to where you live (prob EU) and your media highlights them instead of East Asian where they have their own media outlets.
2021-01-14 07:23
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en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Asian_No.. Japan is good, but not good enough for a country which westernized first in Asia and exploited tons of resources before WW2 ended. There is no place where people are "known as good scientists". I was just extending your logic since you think the less people work the less technological advances humans will have. However East Asia is a perfect counterargument. nt I don't live in EU edit: South Korea and Taiwan combined have more than 74 million people. This shouldn't be ignored
2021-01-14 07:35
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It really isn't when if China worked the same amount as the US then they wouldn't be a modern country. Also a lot of Asian kids go to university in America specifically California the most, so some numbers could be kinda fucked. And I'm not talking about work hours. I'm talking about the motivation to try and go to college and be succesful. And if people can just live a life without much work and decent conditions why wouldn't they?
2021-01-14 07:39
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No. The problem is Mao (and late Qing rulers too). If he didn't do so much stupid stuff before reforming and opening up China would modernize much earlier. China and Japan started to westernize about the same time and at that time China was the richest country in the world. Chaotic domestic politics led to a slow modernization. Not the other way around. There are far less "asian descent" scientists who were not born in Asia. Plus few people make great scholarly achievements when they are in universities. Hence they have more than enough time to come back to their own country to continue their research. As we know America is not famous for having a good or liveable society, this is even more true for non whites. Define "live a life"? I have just mentioned Maslow's hierarchy of needs. What you asked is more of a psychological or philosophical question.
2021-01-14 08:23
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1) you're literally agreeing with me 2) at least for Chinese people they would prob rather stay in America and be able to freely publish papers for the entire world instead of in China where it's much harder too and longer. 3) Fulfilling all of the basic needs and happiness. Sure they will regret it later on in life, but they are young when they make the decide anyways.
2021-01-14 08:41
would be crazy if he makes it work, but would still need to find employment for all those folk
2021-01-14 04:47
GOAT ANDREW YANG
2021-01-14 05:12
#14
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United States Amber!
He said he wouldnt run anymore
2021-01-14 05:13
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United States Amber!
nvm
2021-01-14 05:14
I think Andrew Yang's pragmatic approaches will be paramount to the future of America's presidential candidates. Though I don't agree with everything Andrew Yang advocates for, I hope that his unique ideas will inspire a new generation of politicians. In the future, hopefully there will be more variety in ideals than two 80 year olds detached from progressivism
2021-01-14 05:15
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2021-01-14 05:23
Secure the BAG I've never felt so motivated for a cause youtube.com/watch?v=CpmvoRAVApU
2021-01-14 05:25
cool now i can buy more stocks and csgo skins
2021-01-14 05:38
" free money " rofl
2021-01-14 05:41
Can't be worse than Guliani and Bloomburg
2021-01-14 05:51
I haven't seen an AOL link since 2003
2021-01-14 05:59
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if i didn't have a backup email at aol i wouldnt even remember them
2021-01-14 06:36
Literally the most sheep post today
2021-01-14 06:53
i want neetbux
2021-01-14 06:54
Aol and Fox News? lol.
2021-01-14 07:11
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