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    It looks like he's going to be on the ticket in November. I think he should get his own thread. He's about to become well funded, and it's going to be a professionally run campaign no doubt. I don't think it's out of the question that he get's Perot like numbers, and even if he get's 1/4 of that it could be a disaster for the Biden campaign that is probably looking at a few thousand votes in a few states turning the election anyway.

    There is going to be money behind this campaign from all sorts of angles. No matter what anyone thinks about RFK, it would be a terrible mistake to not take this campaign seriously. He might take some from Trump for sure, but he's going to take more of the anti Trump vote from Biden, and Biden can't really spare any votes. Not all people who were going to vote for Biden would disagree with the things RFK has said about vaccines, and he's not going to be spending his time campaigning on just vaccine skepticism.

    There are many more people voting for Biden who aren't enthusiastic about Biden than there are on the other side.

    Asuper PAC supporting Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has begun polling his support as an Independent, one of the strongest indications to date that the long-shot Democrat is set to announce a party affiliation switch.

    The poll, conducted by the firm John Zogby Strategies and commissioned by the American Values 2024 PAC, comes amid growing speculation — fueled by Kennedy himself — that he will leave the Democratic Party in the upcoming weeks.
     
    I totally agree



    It is not a conspiracy to say our institutions are co-opted by an industry that profits when we are sick.

    Thats a statement of economic fact.

    It is not a “free market” that has produced our current dynamics where the more we spend, the sicker we get.

    But pharma plays both sides - they first rigs the market and then funds conservative think tanks to call anyone who questions that rigged system a supporter of the “nanny state” and “anti free market.”

    We need to have moral clarity here - this TRULY isn’t ideological. It is about corruption.

    it is a bi-partisan imperative to acknowledge our institutions have been completely compromised and we need decisive executive action to reverse this.

    Right now, both sides of the aisle are playing a game created by the largest and fastest growing industry industry in the country… an industry that wants 33% of young adults to have pre-diabetes.
     
    I totally agree



    It is not a conspiracy to say our institutions are co-opted by an industry that profits when we are sick.

    Thats a statement of economic fact.

    It is not a “free market” that has produced our current dynamics where the more we spend, the sicker we get.

    But pharma plays both sides - they first rigs the market and then funds conservative think tanks to call anyone who questions that rigged system a supporter of the “nanny state” and “anti free market.”

    We need to have moral clarity here - this TRULY isn’t ideological. It is about corruption.

    it is a bi-partisan imperative to acknowledge our institutions have been completely compromised and we need decisive executive action to reverse this.

    Right now, both sides of the aisle are playing a game created by the largest and fastest growing industry industry in the country… an industry that wants 33% of young adults to have pre-diabetes.

    Sounds like a good case for socialized medicine.
     
    Apparently also suffered mercury poisoning:

    About the same time he learned of the parasite, he said, he was also diagnosed with mercury poisoning, most likely from ingesting too much fish containing the dangerous heavy metal, which can cause serious neurological issues.

    “I have cognitive problems, clearly,” he said in the 2012 deposition. “I have short-term memory loss, and I have longer-term memory loss that affects me.”
     
    Apparently also suffered mercury poisoning:

    About the same time he learned of the parasite, he said, he was also diagnosed with mercury poisoning, most likely from ingesting too much fish containing the dangerous heavy metal, which can cause serious neurological issues.

    “I have cognitive problems, clearly,” he said in the 2012 deposition. “I have short-term memory loss, and I have longer-term memory loss that affects me.”
    I read that. Amazing admission. The article goes on to say that sometimes the effects of mercury poisoning go away and sometimes they don’t.

    Also worth noting that the reason for the deposition was that he was fighting a divorce settlement and wanted to argue that he was impaired and his future earnings would be impaired. P.O.S.
     
    COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Donald Trump is known for leveling constant and often personal attacks on top rivals such as Joe Biden. Lately, he’s increasingly taking that same approach against independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

    Among the recent jabs, Trump this past week posted a roughly four-minute video online in which he called Kennedy “fake,” a “Democrat ‘Plant’” and “Radical Left Liberal who’s been put in place” to help the Democratic president. Trump railed against Kennedy’s family as “a bunch of lunatics.”

    “He is not a Republican so don’t think you’re going to vote for him and feel good,” the former president and presumptive Republican nominee told supporters in the Truth Social post.

    Directing such fierce attacks at Kennedy may signal concern from Trump and his campaign about the independent’s bid in what’s expected to be a tight November election, when a third-party hopefulsiphoning even a small amount of support could sink one of the major candidates.……

     
    I totally agree



    It is not a conspiracy to say our institutions are co-opted by an industry that profits when we are sick.

    Thats a statement of economic fact.

    It is not a “free market” that has produced our current dynamics where the more we spend, the sicker we get.

    But pharma plays both sides - they first rigs the market and then funds conservative think tanks to call anyone who questions that rigged system a supporter of the “nanny state” and “anti free market.”

    We need to have moral clarity here - this TRULY isn’t ideological. It is about corruption.

    it is a bi-partisan imperative to acknowledge our institutions have been completely compromised and we need decisive executive action to reverse this.

    Right now, both sides of the aisle are playing a game created by the largest and fastest growing industry industry in the country… an industry that wants 33% of young adults to have pre-diabetes.

    Only minor problem is that the so-called free market does not exist.
     
    COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Donald Trump is known for leveling constant and often personal attacks on top rivals such as Joe Biden. Lately, he’s increasingly taking that same approach against independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

    Among the recent jabs, Trump this past week posted a roughly four-minute video online in which he called Kennedy “fake,” a “Democrat ‘Plant’” and “Radical Left Liberal who’s been put in place” to help the Democratic president. Trump railed against Kennedy’s family as “a bunch of lunatics.”

    “He is not a Republican so don’t think you’re going to vote for him and feel good,” the former president and presumptive Republican nominee told supporters in the Truth Social post.

    Directing such fierce attacks at Kennedy may signal concern from Trump and his campaign about the independent’s bid in what’s expected to be a tight November election, when a third-party hopefulsiphoning even a small amount of support could sink one of the major candidates.……

    It'll never happen, but it would great if Biden won, followed by JFK Jr and then Trump. It'll never happen.
     
    I love Patton


    You get so upset when Biden's dementia is discussed you act like it's beyond the pale to even mention it.

    But it's clear you don't have a problem discussing health issues for people you aren't supporting for President.
     

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