2020 Presidential Candidates

Replied by FredHayek on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

towermonkey wrote: I suppose it’s kind of fun to watch and see who’s in and who’s up but none of these candidates have the slightest chance of beating Trump.


A recent analysis of state by state polling says that Trump has the electoral votes to win again. It doesn't matter if 90% of California and NYC vote for Trump if Harris loses Ohio, Florida, and Michigan.
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10 Jul 2019 09:36 #131

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Replied by Brandon on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

Link, F**d. You also think the purpose of the census is to count citizens, so let's see what was really said.
10 Jul 2019 12:33 #132

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Replied by FredHayek on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

Brandon wrote: Link, F**d. You also think the purpose of the census is to count citizens, so let's see what was really said.


63% of American citizens want the citizenship question on the census. Even 55% of Americans want it on the census. Only loony lefties think it is a bad idea to see how many citizens America has compared to residents, both legal and illegal. Are you always so uncivil with people who don't share your beliefs? I welcome different opinions while you seem to think anyone who disagrees with you should be automatically insulted. You aren't the best representative of leftist America.
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10 Jul 2019 15:08 #133

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Replied by Brandon on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

1. LINK!
2. I didn't ask you for poll results about the idiot king's illegal census question. I pointed out that you don't know what the census is for.
10 Jul 2019 16:38 #134

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Replied by ramage on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

How The ‘Citizenship Question’ Changed Over The Decades

A question about citizenship or naturalization has been included on the census for either all households or selective households, on and off, since 1820.

1820
Heads of household were asked how many foreign-born people "not naturalized" were in their homes.
1830
Heads of household were asked how many white "foreigners not naturalized" were in their homes.
1870
"Is the person a male citizen of the United States of 21 years or upwards?" was asked of all people.
1890
Census workers asked about the naturalization status of foreign-born men age 21 or older.
1900
Census workers asked about the naturalization status of foreign-born men age 21 or older.
1910
Census workers asked about the naturalization status of foreign-born men age 21 or older.
1920
Census workers asked about the naturalization status of foreign-born people.
1930
Census workers asked about the naturalization status of foreign-born people.
1940
Census workers asked about the citizenship status of foreign-born people.
1950
"Is he naturalized?" was asked of foreign-born people.
1970
"Is this person naturalized?" was asked of foreign-born people in 1 out of 20 households.
1980
"Is this person a naturalized citizen of the United States?" was asked of foreign-born people in 1 out of 5 households.
1990
"Is this person a citizen of the United States?" was asked of all people in 1 out of 6 households.
2000
"Is this person a citizen of the United States?" was asked of all people in about 1 out of 6 households.
2020
"Is this person a citizen of the United States?" may be asked of all people in every household.

Source: NPR April 23, 2019; Wang & Klahr
11 Jul 2019 08:04 #135

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Replied by ramage on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

The post from NPR has little to do with the TOPIC: 2020 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES.
However I felt that Brandon would appreciate the history of this "illegal census question".
11 Jul 2019 08:06 #136

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Replied by FredHayek on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

FredHayek wrote:

Brandon wrote: Link, F**d. You also think the purpose of the census is to count citizens, so let's see what was really said.


63% of American citizens want the citizenship question on the census. Even 55% of Americans want it on the census. Only loony lefties think it is a bad idea to see how many citizens America has compared to residents, both legal and illegal. Are you always so uncivil with people who don't share your beliefs? I welcome different opinions while you seem to think anyone who disagrees with you should be automatically insulted. You aren't the best representative of leftist America.


The 55% is for Hispanic Americans. I find it interesting that foul mouthed Brandon never has an intelligent response, just screams about quotes. You can look it up if you really cared. It is not even a partisan source. Google it, even undisciplined 3rd graders know how to use it these days.
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11 Jul 2019 10:55 #137

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Replied by Brandon on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

ramage wrote: The post from NPR has little to do with the TOPIC: 2020 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES.
However I felt that Brandon would appreciate the history of this "illegal census question".



Didn't RT cover the fact that the Supreme Court has prevented the question from being asked until the administration can come up with an justification that isn't demonstrably a lie?
11 Jul 2019 12:42 #138

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Replied by Brandon on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

FredHayek wrote: I find it interesting that foul mouthed Brandon never has an intelligent response, just screams about quotes.


F**d, pointing out that the constitution isn't a popularity contest based on polling is an intelligent response. The purpose of the census, as stated in the constitution, is to count all residents. The purpose of the question, as determined by the Supreme Court, is to discourage Hispanics from being counted.
End of subject.
11 Jul 2019 12:45 #139

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Replied by ramage on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

Brandon,
No it is not the end of the discussion on the subject of the census. The Supreme Court did not invalidate any law, the manner in which the census is conducted is not law, it is custom. and has varied throughout the history of our Country. The citizenship question, was not on the short form in 2010 as the Commerce Dept dropped the long form, which had the citizenship question.
Will await Mr. Trump's Executive Order.
One question was does your reference "F**d" mean?
On another point you might wish to change the avatar that you use prior to the "Red Flag" law coming into effect in 2020.
11 Jul 2019 13:12 #140

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