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Old 09-14-2022, 02:56 PM   #16
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That giant tumor on the back of Fetterman's neck, revealed just recently, should knock off a point or two in Oz's favor. Or maybe not. What is his family thinking, sending him out on a US Senate campaign, and he can't string a complete sentence together? It would be similar to a Congressman losing to a dead candidate in one of the flyover states a few years back.
They were inspired by the Briben klan... and mumbles basement hideout campaign... and some democratic phuckery to spice things up.

Wonder if that lump is not a parasitic twin... like in Total Recall or The Venture Brothers.
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Old 09-14-2022, 03:09 PM   #17
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Fetterman is using the BIDEN campaign strategy. The demoncrats love it because Joe has done so well.
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Old 09-14-2022, 03:44 PM   #18
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On Sunday, the country paid homage to the 3,000 innocent people who died on 9-11 by Muslim terrorists. Over 6,000 were injured.

As the Nation mourned our losses, John Fetterman was giving a speech at an pro-Abortion rally!

Fetterman and Democrats hate life.
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Old 09-14-2022, 05:26 PM   #19
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It's kind of insane, actually.

Has Dr. Oz been accused of rape? Murder? How's he losing to this Fetterman vegetable?

And losing badly I might add...

https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com.../pennsylvania/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJF4sBhN3qM
Because he is a hypocrite and a phony.

Making his 2022 Senate campaign announcement in late 2021, Oz identified himself as a "conservative Republican".[141]

In 2007, Oz had described himself as a "moderate Republican" and cited Arnold Schwarzenegger and Theodore Roosevelt as inspirations.[104][105]

In 2022, Oz announced that he supported overturning the 1973 Supreme Court Roe v. Wade decision and was against abortion, except for when the pregnant person's life is in danger or in cases of rape or incest.[142][143] He said that when he was in medical school at the University of Pennsylvania, he saw the results of "traumatic ... coat hanger events" in which which women had been "harmed for life" before Roe.[144]

Prior to 2019, Oz had supported abortion rights, although he said that he disliked abortion on "a personal level." He said that he saw the effects of unsafe and illegal abortions prior to the Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion nationwide. He also noted at the time that he was opposed to six-week abortion bans.[145][146]

In March 2020, Oz suggested that the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine, which can cause heart problems, could be used to treat COVID-19. He called for the reopening of schools in April. Oz has also promoted the efficacy of wearing masks and getting vaccinated against the virus.[149]

He initially praised Anthony Fauci as a "pro" and lauded his role in combating the pandemic in 2020 and 2021. Upon running for the Senate, however, Oz changed his tone on Fauci and referred to him as a "tyrant".[150] Regarding COVID-19 restrictions, Oz said in 2022 when running for the Senate that "it's time we get back to normal".[149]

In 2017, Oz co-authored an article that highlighted the threats of climate change including extreme heat, wildfires and floods. When running for the Senate, he downplayed the risk that carbon dioxide poses when contributing to the role of the greenhouse effect in contributing to climate change.[152] He said "carbon dioxide, my friends, is 0.04% of our air. That's not the problem."[152]

In 2022, Oz said that he supports the process of hydraulic fracturing and believes that natural gas can help the United States become energy independent and reduce gasoline prices.[158] In addition, he supports reducing environmental regulations on the fracking industry.[158] In 2014, Oz had called for more regulations on the fracking industry, including a halt on fracking until the environmental impact had been researched more, because of the possible connection between fracking and the pollution of the air and waterways.[158]


In 2022, Oz said that he would vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act if he were elected to the Senate, and backed Medicare Advantage Plus.[160]

In 2009, Oz said "It should be mandatory that everybody in America have healthcare coverage. If you can't afford it, we have to give it to you..."[160] In 2010, Oz supported a government backed healthcare system and was featured in an advertisement that promoted The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.[150] Oz has said that the healthcare systems that he thinks work the best are Germany and Switzerland, which are both universal healthcare systems.[160]

During a speech at the 2013 National Governors Association Winter Meeting, Oz urged Governors to pass laws allowing for employers not to hire people who smoke cigarettes.[161] Oz touted the idea as a way to get people to stop smoking.[161] Regarding those without healthcare coverage, Oz said they "don't have a right to health, but they have a right to access, to get that health."[162]

The above examples are from Oz’s Wikipedia page. They show where he has changed his “opinion” to curry favor with the base.

What does he really believe? I think he believes whatever will get him elected and keep him in office. It doesn’t seem that is going to work in Pennsylvania.
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Because he is a hypocrite and a phony.

Making his 2022 Senate campaign announcement in late 2021, Oz identified himself as a "conservative Republican".[141]

In 2007, Oz had described himself as a "moderate Republican" and cited Arnold Schwarzenegger and Theodore Roosevelt as inspirations.[104][105]

In 2022, Oz announced that he supported overturning the 1973 Supreme Court Roe v. Wade decision and was against abortion, except for when the pregnant person's life is in danger or in cases of rape or incest.[142][143] He said that when he was in medical school at the University of Pennsylvania, he saw the results of "traumatic ... coat hanger events" in which which women had been "harmed for life" before Roe.[144]

Prior to 2019, Oz had supported abortion rights, although he said that he disliked abortion on "a personal level." He said that he saw the effects of unsafe and illegal abortions prior to the Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion nationwide. He also noted at the time that he was opposed to six-week abortion bans.[145][146]

In March 2020, Oz suggested that the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine, which can cause heart problems, could be used to treat COVID-19. He called for the reopening of schools in April. Oz has also promoted the efficacy of wearing masks and getting vaccinated against the virus.[149]

He initially praised Anthony Fauci as a "pro" and lauded his role in combating the pandemic in 2020 and 2021. Upon running for the Senate, however, Oz changed his tone on Fauci and referred to him as a "tyrant".[150] Regarding COVID-19 restrictions, Oz said in 2022 when running for the Senate that "it's time we get back to normal".[149]

In 2017, Oz co-authored an article that highlighted the threats of climate change including extreme heat, wildfires and floods. When running for the Senate, he downplayed the risk that carbon dioxide poses when contributing to the role of the greenhouse effect in contributing to climate change.[152] He said "carbon dioxide, my friends, is 0.04% of our air. That's not the problem."[152]

In 2022, Oz said that he supports the process of hydraulic fracturing and believes that natural gas can help the United States become energy independent and reduce gasoline prices.[158] In addition, he supports reducing environmental regulations on the fracking industry.[158] In 2014, Oz had called for more regulations on the fracking industry, including a halt on fracking until the environmental impact had been researched more, because of the possible connection between fracking and the pollution of the air and waterways.[158]


In 2022, Oz said that he would vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act if he were elected to the Senate, and backed Medicare Advantage Plus.[160]

In 2009, Oz said "It should be mandatory that everybody in America have healthcare coverage. If you can't afford it, we have to give it to you..."[160] In 2010, Oz supported a government backed healthcare system and was featured in an advertisement that promoted The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.[150] Oz has said that the healthcare systems that he thinks work the best are Germany and Switzerland, which are both universal healthcare systems.[160]

During a speech at the 2013 National Governors Association Winter Meeting, Oz urged Governors to pass laws allowing for employers not to hire people who smoke cigarettes.[161] Oz touted the idea as a way to get people to stop smoking.[161] Regarding those without healthcare coverage, Oz said they "don't have a right to health, but they have a right to access, to get that health."[162]

The above examples are from Oz’s Wikipedia page. They show where he has changed his “opinion” to curry favor with the base.

What does he really believe? I think he believes whatever will get him elected and keep him in office. It doesn’t seem that is going to work in Pennsylvania.
You mean like Biden did by running as a moderate and immediately became a far-left radical?

Get a life, loser.
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Old 09-14-2022, 08:50 PM   #21
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You mean like Biden did by running as a moderate and immediately became a far-left radical?

Get a life, loser.
COME ON MAN. the demoncrat party is changing and Joe is in the middle of them
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Yeah it really is quite the head scratcher.. how this guy with a huge amount of PA homegrown support:

https://www.vox.com/23068819/democra...ssive-moderate

..could possibly be losing to a low-rent reality TV MAGA clown FROM NEW JERSEY..[/SIZE]
But he's a doctor. I thought you guys LOVED MDs...real medical degree too...

vs. a guy who lived off his parents for 49 years of his life (at least)

Give me a fucking break
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Then again, grubbing off your parents while walking around claiming you're a woke king is actually the preferred modus operandi of most democrats these days under the age of 80.
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Somebody please post the Democrats explaining why they were against same sex marriage.

Bill Clinton signed the defense of marriage act.

Oz acting like a politician, is baby shit compared to the Dems backtracking on DOMA.

Mostie forgets it when a Dem does it
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But he's a doctor. I thought you guys LOVED MDs...real medical degree too...

vs. a guy who lived off his parents for 49 years of his life (at least)

Give me a fucking break
I'm honestly surprised at this thread.

Political opinions aside one guy seems like a dude I'd run in to at the Gus Macker my kid played in over the weekend.

The other like he rolls out of bed in a tux and orders a strata to go with his mimosas.
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I'm honestly surprised at this thread.

Political opinions aside one guy seems like a dude I'd run in to at the Gus Macker my kid played in over the weekend.

The other like he rolls out of bed in a tux and orders a strata to go with his mimosas.
Abysmal political track record and cognitive impairment due to stroke is kind of a turn off if you have any sort of brain in your head.

But that's just me.
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Abysmal political track record and cognitive impairment due to stroke is kind of a turn off if you have any sort of brain in your head.

But that's just me.
Maybe...?

Again you're comparing a dude that could be someone's neighbor to a multimillionaire carpetbagger.

No BS my neighbor is a city councilman. He's also a goddamn moron on most things but he's a nice enough guy who does care about the city.

I vote for him.
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Maybe...?

Again you're comparing a dude that could be someone's neighbor to a multimillionaire carpetbagger.

No BS my neighbor is a city councilman. He's also a goddamn moron on most things but he's a nice enough guy who does care about the city.

I vote for him.
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Again you're comparing a dude that could be someone's neighbor to a multimillionaire carpetbagger.
If having money were a bad thing, Nancy Pelosi and a whole host of other Senators would never keep getting elected year after year after year after year.

And stop acting like Fetterman is some sort of self-made down home dude who is some sort of hero to the working class with a dream.

If you sold mortgages as poorly as you try and sell Fetterman, you'd be out of work and homeless.
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Maybe...?

Again you're comparing a dude that could be someone's neighbor to a multimillionaire carpetbagger.

No BS my neighbor is a city councilman. He's also a goddamn moron on most things but he's a nice enough guy who does care about the city.

I vote for him.
Multimillionaire carpetbagger I did not know that Hillary was running... seriously you have to stop voting off how you feel about a person... and focuse on what they will due for the betterment of society.

Fetterman's a twisted feel for the criminals over the victims of their crimes.... hell he looks like a hoodrat. So I guess those are his peeps.
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