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DougMacG

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Re: Sen/VP Kommiela Kamala Harris, 3 flat tires?
« Reply #250 on: August 04, 2023, 11:27:35 AM »
VP Harris says, if not for the infrastructure bill, all our tires would be flat. 

https://www.tmj4.com/news/local-news/vice-president-kamala-harris-to-visit-southeast-wisconsin-today

Thank you Joe and Kamala.  However, the $5 foot long at Subway is now $15.

But anyway, without her and the extra 6 trillion, all your tires would be flat.

Can you see Kamala changing her own tire, explaining to her fans how and why we do this?

Does Kamala own a car?  Sure enough...
https://www.carblogindia.com/car-collection-kamala-harris/amp/

With her Chevy Bolt she (allegedly) owns a 6.2L V8 Chevy Suburban.
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Comparing this video to our VP Kommiela Kamala Harris
« Reply #251 on: September 06, 2023, 01:19:11 PM »
Miss Teen USA contestant 2007 imitating in advance our VP:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lj3iNxZ8Dww&

48 second video
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Re: Sen/VP Kommiela Kamala Harris
« Reply #253 on: September 09, 2023, 10:05:16 AM »
"VP Kommiela's accomplisments"

never ceases playing the race gender card.
I would also add, agreat divider .

Newsome publicly coming out and saying he will not interfere with a Kamala run?

I've got to believe, if true the Dems fear they have no one else but then again hard to believe she would be their nominee.
If so perhaps Trump could win.

She could become the first black partly Indian, Haitian, vaginally endowed Dem nominee - a new whole set of accomplishments.
Glass celiings shattering everywhere  from sea to shining sea - the glory the celebration !   :wink:

And anyone who gets in her way ===>> SEXIST, RACIST, XENOPHOBIC !!!!



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60 Minutes interview with Harris; 13 minutes long
« Reply #255 on: October 30, 2023, 07:37:12 AM »
as PJ media's vodka pundit would print - have a shot sit back and be ready to have belly laughs, roll your eyes, and not think too much -

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/vice-president-kamala-harris-on-key-issues-and-the-2024-election/ar-AA1j3yOr?ocid=msedgntp&pc=DCTS&cvid=f2ab8d5373294a708db8fc9318692693&ei=10

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Re: Sen/VP Kommiela Kamala Harris
« Reply #256 on: November 04, 2023, 04:19:23 PM »
A.k.a. Kommiela Hamass

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Noonan: Kommiela Kamala Harris
« Reply #257 on: November 10, 2023, 04:04:32 AM »
Kamala Harris Is Biden’s No. 2 Problem
Meanwhile, Republicans need to winnow the field to Donald Trump, Nikki Haley and Ron DeSantis.
Peggy Noonan
By Peggy Noonan
Nov. 9, 2023 5:57 pm ET


Where are we, one year from the 2024 presidential election?

The incumbent is famously, historically unpopular and has been for some time, so it’s not a blip or event-related. He should help his party’s prospects by stepping aside and letting Democrats fight it out. He won’t, we all sense this.

Republican hopefuls continue their battle, but everyone knows who’s way ahead in the polls. The front-runner, however, faces criminal trials on federal and state charges, which may take place during primary season. We don’t know if that will cast a shadow, or how broad or long.

We do know that we’re going on December, the Iowa GOP caucuses are on Jan. 15, and the New Hampshire primary will follow soon after. Things are going at a clip even if they don’t seem to be. The debate this week was all about the front-runners after Donald Trump, Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley, two candidates different in stands, approach, talent, temperament and appeal. Between the two of them they’re a fair enough approximation of their party. The other candidates, having given their all, should step aside, withdraw their names, and throw their support to either Ms. Haley or Mr. DeSantis.

Let them duke it out in the clear. That’s where a breakthrough is possible. Let one emerge as the leader of the not-Trump half of the party and go from there.

In a way both parties are being held hostage, the Democrats by the needs of an old man who wants to stay, the Republicans by an old man who wants back in. And both parties are at the mercy of cults, the Republicans’ one of personality and the Democrats’ of policy. They can’t free themselves from unpopular stands on such issues as illegal immigration. Both cults are self-limiting. This is why the majority of the American people, when polled, admit a second Trump-Biden race leaves them depressed.

Joe Biden’s main problem, the perception that he is too old for the job, is guaranteed to get worse each day. This makes his vice president more important than vice presidents ever have been. When people consider voting for Mr. Biden for the presidency they’ll know it is likely they’re really voting for Kamala Harris. This will only hurt Democratic fortunes, because she is uniquely unpopular. The practical path would be to make a change that reassures, to a veteran, highly regarded figure in whom people might feel confidence. This wouldn’t be easy and would give the president a black eye with some portion of his base, but black eyes heal in a year, and none of those angered will be voting for Mr. Trump.

I have been fascinated by Ms. Harris’s lack of success in her role considering the impressiveness of her previous résumé—district attorney, California attorney general, U.S. senator. I think she didn’t fully understand the nature of the vice presidency and thought she did. I think she let her political ego dictate her calculations. She was surrounded by friends and staff who had made a study of her but not the job and who assumed that by virtue of her first-ever status—first ever woman to hold the role, first ever black and Indian-American—she should be bold, remake the position, make her special significance and importance clear, be less an understudy than a co-star. But you can’t effectively change a thing unless you understand it first.

She meant to establish her place as the future president by showing off her charm and ease. Which is how she got in trouble with dramatic interviews, winging it with ad-libbed, mad-libbed arias in speeches, and taking on portfolios—immigration during an immigration crisis—that were important but not promising, and in fact dangerous. In three years under bright lights she proved herself insubstantial—not seeming to understand issues in any depth, getting lost as she discussed them, laughing in ways that said “please see me as a happy warrior.”

In her previous life she never had to use the tools of seriousness. She rose in a one-party state. Charm, networking and picking your way through the intraparty progressive minefields was enough. But at the level of the vice presidency it isn’t.

Her attempts to turbocharge the role left the press free to judge her on different terms. Here it must be said that many jobs in the top level of the federal government are hard, but vice president isn’t one of them. Every morning you get up and put on clothing. You then often leave for a trip—to the funeral of a head of state, to the Detroit Economic Club for a speech, or a party fundraiser in Bismarck, N.D.—and what you talk about there is the administration’s policies and plans, its claimable successes.

It is a boring speech—vice presidents’ speeches are always boring, are prepared to be such, because the people at the White House want the vice president to be boring. They want the vice president to be substantive, but they don’t want any attention off the president, or any disadvantageous comparisons made. Another reason vice-presidential speeches are boring is you wind up repeating the same stuff—policies, plans, hopes. Another reason is that you’re always speaking of serious, not playful things—domestic challenges, approaches to the world.

But it’s OK. Because everyone you speak to—everyone—knows it’s your job to be boring and gives you a pass.

If this sounds like “Wow, no one should ever become vice president, how insignificant,” no. You get a mansion; you’re not under the most intense daily scrutiny; people take care of you. The boon and political gift of the job is picking up chits and forging relationships for when you run for president.

You also get to help the administration you presumably believe in, and thus help the American people with good policies. It’s a good job. And all the American people ask of you is that you seem serious, well-versed, and possibly, beneath the boringness, wise, so that if something bad were to happen they can feel secure that yes, you can do the job.

I don’t think Ms. Harris understood this, not the institutional history of the job or why it has been done by most of its holders with certain hard boundaries. With her faith in her charm and ability to be warm and relatable, as they say, she forgot to be modest or to imitate modesty. But people do expect humility of vice presidents, a grown-up sense that they know they’re the second banana, that today they’re nothing but tomorrow they may be everything, as the first vice president, John Adams, said. But today is today so do your sturdy, boring job, and learn more every day about the inner workings of this thing called the federal government. Previous vice presidents have been a mystery. Our age is one of TikTok feeds, not mystery, but there is power in being a step away.

The way to approach the vice presidency is with low-key humility and carefulness. You don’t take the job and shape it to your persona; you take your persona and fit it into the job, which existed long before you and ideally will exist long after.





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the F word
« Reply #262 on: May 14, 2024, 08:42:59 PM »
yes the only reason anyone would embarrass themselves and post her eh hem, less than genius lecture is to show off her use of a curse word (30 to 40 yrs ago the same word would have been reason enough NOT to vote for such a foul mouth.  Now the word is tossed around like the word the.

Me:
she is so "fuckin'" stupid

cackling fucking stupid

always race abortion xenophobia
always the same with her

a female version of Sharpton
though he is a more clever charlatan

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VP Kamala Harris memoir earned just $234.13 in royalties last year
« Reply #263 on: May 16, 2024, 11:11:52 AM »
"Harris's 2019 memoir, “The Truths We Hold,” earned just $234.13 in royalties last year"  - according to her 2023 financial disclosures

https://pjmedia.com/vodkapundit/2024/05/16/kamala-harris-financials-confirm-what-you-thought-about-her-books-n4929081

Reminds me of the number of delegates she won running for President, with her moving debate line, "That girl was me!"  0.0 delegates

They really know how to pick 'em.
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VP Harris, Bozo Economics
« Reply #264 on: May 19, 2024, 08:20:14 AM »
"The President and I, because of the Inflation Reduction Act, the Infrastructure Act, we are dropping trillions of dollars on the streets of America right now."
   - VP Harris,  Whitehouse.gov

Video:  https://x.com/tomselliott/status/1791216889739215067

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Re: Sen/VP Kommiela Kamala Harris
« Reply #265 on: May 19, 2024, 10:58:16 AM »
dropping trillions in America right now

like I said, they act like money grows free on trees and all Dems have to do is shake the trees and money rains down like coconuts on our front lawn.

yes, what a "f'n" dope.

and one can only imagine the free shitters and the reparations people sitting in the audience getting all excited over the idea of "tax the rich" as though that will work .