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Old 10-18-2018, 10:27 AM   #16
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He knows hes probably going to lose seats, which means he will never get the votes.





Probably? I love the optimism.


They WILL LOSE seats in the house in the midterm elections. its just a matter of how many.


A splash?


A Wave?


A tsunami?


we shall see.


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Old 10-18-2018, 10:48 AM   #17
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It all depends on where you live, that's your reality.
Making ends meet in some states like CA would require a substantial increase in salary to keep up with the rising cost of housing alone. Our rent went up 700.00 dollars in one month.
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Probably? I love the optimism.


They WILL LOSE seats in the house in the midterm elections. its just a matter of how many.


A splash?


A Wave?


A tsunami?


we shall see.


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If you love JR's "optimism", you'll will adore mine. I think the Republicans will maintain the majority in both houses -- and may even pick up seats.
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Things get better unless you lie or worship the devil.

Did I ever tell you I studied World Religions too?

Your move.
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Did I ever tell you I studied World Religions too?

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The economy as it always is, is better in some areas than others. Many people that have come to western ND to work due to piss poor economies back home have now left because they have work there now. Which is opening many jobs up here and then there are thousands of new jobs on top of those.
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