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This is gaining momentum, pretty fast, it might be good to keep track of this movement.

This thread is from a thoughtful conservative that I follow on Twitter, and I generally enjoy seeing his takes:



Its a whole thread, so you will have to click on it to see the rest of his posts. I don’t know how to post the entire thread.
 
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Former Republican governor of Pennsylvania

 
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Today I learned there is a group called National Security Leaders for Biden

 

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This is an interesting take:


I had several dogs growing up. I grew up in a rural area, so our dogs ran free. We never leashed or caged them. I've never had a dog since I moved out of the rural area, because I don't like the idea of leashing, caging or keeping a dog indoors most of the time. I'd only have a dog in the White House if I could let it run free on the White House grounds all of the time.

Though to me, it's not about having or not having a dog. It's about the why or why not?

Trump doesn't have any pets, because having a pet requires empathy, consideration and responsibility toward another living being. Trump's not capable of that. That's also why he has not helped to raise a single one of his children. As far as I'm concerned, that alone disqualifies him as being president.
 
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I did not realize there was a group of Evangelicals for Biden. This is in a story about a prominent Florida pastor endorsing Biden.

“According to the group’s website, prolifeevangelicalsforbiden.com, it was made up of evangelical leaders including Join Richard Mouw, President Emeritus of Fuller Seminary; John Huffman, Board Chair Emeritus of Christianity Today; Jerushah Duford, pastor Billy Graham’s granddaughter; Ron Sider, President Emeritus of Evangelicals for Social Action; Brenda Salter McNeil, a professor and pastor; and Richard Foster, author of the book Celebration of Discipline.”

 

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I did not realize there was a group of Evangelicals for Biden. This is in a story about a prominent Florida pastor endorsing Biden.

“According to the group’s website, prolifeevangelicalsforbiden.com, it was made up of evangelical leaders including Join Richard Mouw, President Emeritus of Fuller Seminary; John Huffman, Board Chair Emeritus of Christianity Today; Jerushah Duford, pastor Billy Graham’s granddaughter; Ron Sider, President Emeritus of Evangelicals for Social Action; Brenda Salter McNeil, a professor and pastor; and Richard Foster, author of the book Celebration of Discipline.”
Obviously, this isn't Franklin's daughter.
 

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Just saw this thread but this includes me. I’m 37, female, and have voted Republican in every election I’ve ever voted. I haven’t totally made up my mind between Biden and Jorgensen but I will likely be voting for Biden. Trump has been such a disappointment and I will be happy to see him kicked out of office.
 

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Just be aware that voting for Jorgensen does nothing to accomplish this goal.
I agree, but as background - I voted for Trump purely because I couldn’t stand Hillary. I want a reason to vote for Biden other than “he’s not Trump” because I’m then repeating the same mistake. I’m tired of voting against someone - I want to vote for someone again.
 

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I agree, but as background - I voted for Trump purely because I couldn’t stand Hillary. I want a reason to vote for Biden other than “he’s not Trump” because I’m then repeating the same mistake. I’m tired of voting against someone - I want to vote for someone again.
This is absolutely how voting should be... although I truly believe re-electing Trump will send this country hurtling into the abyss. The man undermines the civic backbone of this country on a daily basis.
 

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I agree, but as background - I voted for Trump purely because I couldn’t stand Hillary. I want a reason to vote for Biden other than “he’s not Trump” because I’m then repeating the same mistake. I’m tired of voting against someone - I want to vote for someone again.
So why would you vote for Jorgensen?

Most people voting for Jorgensen are simply voting against Trump and against Democrats.
 

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I agree, but as background - I voted for Trump purely because I couldn’t stand Hillary. I want a reason to vote for Biden other than “he’s not Trump” because I’m then repeating the same mistake. I’m tired of voting against someone - I want to vote for someone again.
Check out the economic predictions regarding Joe's plans. If you aren't a billionaire, I think you'll like them.
 

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