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Re: Murphy's Tyranny Will Be Exponentially Increased if He's Re-Elected
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Maybe you're confused because Russia as it is now isn't a communist country and China is more capitalist than some European countries but whatever, I think you need to read up on what a socialist really is.

The sitting president cannot control the supply and demand of oil. That's controlled by the global market and capitalism. We still have tons of oil in reserve but that don't mean squat if the CEOs can't get their bonuses. Why are you so against capitalism? If the market says you have to pay $4, then do as it says unless you are a commie.


Pretty funny - "China is more capitalist..." sure - with a gun pointed at your head by Xi.

The only reason the market says to pay $4 is due to the Dumbocrats policies - the market is just doing at they say.

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Maybe you're confused because Russia as it is now isn't a communist country...

Pardon me.
You are correct and I stand corrected.

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Maybe you're confused because Russia as it is now isn't a communist country and China is more capitalist than some European countries but whatever, I think you need to read up on what a socialist really is.

The sitting president cannot control the supply and demand of oil. That's controlled by the global market and capitalism. We still have tons of oil in reserve but that don't mean squat if the CEOs can't get their bonuses. Why are you so against capitalism? If the market says you have to pay $4, then do as it says unless you are a commie.

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People think this is some kind of surprise, it actually is for Democrats. Given the trend in NJ, Murphy had no business winning this election. No Democrat governor has been reelected in decades! It turned out to be a toss-up and he lucked out.

About gas prices, it's supply and demand, stupid. Y'all bitching like a bunch of Commies.


You may be a little confused about whom you're referring to as commies.
Joe Biden has asked Vladimir Putin to sell us more fuel, thereby enriching Russia. Sounds like he's a fellow traveler to me. Kind of like Hilary giving them all the uranium when she was still in office. What will they do with this money Biden is handing them? We'll probably borrow the money from China too, draining us a little bit more.

As to the supply and demand issue, as little as less than a year ago the USA was pretty much energy dependent; supply was there for the demand. Trump was loading up our reserves when oil hit rock bottom prices. Biden and the green gang mean to break people and force them to beg for alternate energy sources that are years away.

Gas pump prices are hurting people pretty terribly already.
The projection for home fuel is slated to increase fifty-four percent for this winter season while America has hundreds of years of natural gas reserves within our boundaries.

Commies? I don't think so. Realists yes.

I'm guessing you watch CNN and the other left leaning networks for your "news". Try some alternative news sources or pick up a book y'all.

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People think this is some kind of surprise, it actually is for Democrats. Given the trend in NJ, Murphy had no business winning this election. No Democrat governor has been reelected in decades! It turned out to be a toss-up and he lucked out.

About gas prices, it's supply and demand, stupid. Y'all bitching like a bunch of Commies.

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To paraphrase a phrase from another time:

"It's the gas stupid."

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Joe Biden suspended the drilling of oil and gas on public lands. That impacted the price of that we pay at the pump and stores. Everything in the stores comes in from trucks that uses gas. We were energy independent under Trump.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/market ... 0%99s%20campaign%20pledge,The%20order%20did%20not%20ban%20new%20drilling%20outright.

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This is a historical of gas prices going back to 1993. Presidents should neither get credit nor blame for gas prices. OPEC has been manipulating prices since I was in diapers. Our (US) output of oil shale worked to stabilize prices, then OPEC flooded the market to bring the PPB low enough to discourage US shale production.

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Maybe you shouldn't rely too much on gas.

Were you thanking Obama when gas prices were at or below 2 bucks?

This BS about who the President is affecting your gas prices, local taxes, your kid's acne... and I couldn't give a shit about Biden.


Yet Joe Biden had no problem with with Russia having their pipeline. By the way, the US gas is cleaner than the gas from Russia but we cannot use US gas thanks to Joe. So when was gas two bucks under Obama?

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Maybe you shouldn't rely too much on gas.

Were you thanking Obama when gas prices were at or below 2 bucks?

This BS about who the President is affecting your gas prices, local taxes, your kid's acne... and I couldn't give a shit about Biden.


Yet Joe Biden had no problem with with Russia having their pipeline. By the way, the US gas is cleaner than the gas from Russia but we cannot use US gas thanks to Joe. So when was gas two bucks under Obama?

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Obama was smart enough to understand that the price of gas or a gallon of milk are things that hit all voters and brings out the non-voters. Presidential policies make a difference stated and unstated... see the SW Border debacle.



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Were you thanking Obama when gas prices were at or below 2 bucks?

This BS about who the President is affecting your gas prices, local taxes, your kid's acne... and I couldn't give a shit about Biden.

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Maybe you shouldn't rely too much on gas.

Were you thanking Obama when gas prices were at or below 2 bucks?

This BS about who the President is affecting your gas prices, local taxes, your kid's acne... and I couldn't give a shit about Biden.

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Murphy is on pace to be the first re-elected Dem governor in 40 years.

You can thank Trump for making the Republicans seem like hot garbage in comparison to weakass Murphy.

Here's to hoping this will encourage Murphy to go further left and actually bring some change for once.


Well, we're certainly seeing change at the gas pumps.

Under Trump we were exporting gas. Biden is begging the Saudis to sell us more.

Get ready for your property tax and rent changes too.

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Murphy is on pace to be the first re-elected Dem governor in 40 years.

You can thank Trump for making the Republicans seem like hot garbage in comparison to weakass Murphy.

Here's to hoping this will encourage Murphy to go further left and actually bring some change for once.

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Hudson County voters, act in kind and turn your backs on Murphy | Jersey Journal non-endorsement

Hudson County voters should skip the top of the ballot this election and send a loud, clear message to Gov. Phil Murphy that his silence on the proposed Liberty State Park Protection Act is unacceptable.

Murphy apparently thinks the Democratic stronghold on the Hudson is a given – or, worse, inconsequential to his pursuit of a second term.

How else can you explain his refusal to endorse a piece of legislation that would protect one of the few green spots on the Hudson County map?

https://www.nj.com/opinion/2021/10/hud ... rnal-non-endorsement.html


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https://vimeo.com/638787141/5a7cbafb73

Send this to every NJ voter you know who still has some semblance of sanity. Even if you are vaccinated and believe its the right thing, deceitful, intrusive and coercive governmental overreach must be resisted. Like Governor Newsome in California, if he retains the governor's office he will double down and NJ will be worse than California.

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The government unemployment stimulus ended in September. This hasn't changed the need for lower wage workers. Portland doesn't even rank as one of the 50 most dangerous cities in the US.

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/federal ... _616f6f79e4b005b245c38217

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Hate to break it to you but Murphy will roll over this guy. What's his name again? For one thing, his attack ads are pitiful. I don't even like Murphy because he's a corpo Dem but I guess Repubs can barely hate him for that.

Voters are angry at Biden for not being left enough. All the spending he's proposed are popular across the board and he's letting a couple of corpo corruptos hold back his agenda. Failing on minimum wage, immigration reform, these are the real reasons Biden is low on the polls.

Republicans will be lucky to survive the next 2 years in any level. They all seems to be still stuck on Trump's ass or whatever smelly hole he's spewing crap out of.

Tyranny? Don't you have a Jan 6 reunion to attend?


Jan 6? Try every night in Portland. There is no difference. Try spending a night in walgreens in san fran. No one is stopping you from opening up your checkbook to support your pet projects. Stop spending other peoples money. $15 an hr. Thats a good one. No one is taking those jobs now when you can get paid $20 an hr to sit home
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There is still rent subsidies and people are not required to pay their student loans yet. Plus there is money available for having a kid, $300 a month for under 6 years old and $250 for under 18. Then there is food stamps. If you live with someone who has a job, then you can get by with all of these programs.

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The government unemployment stimulus ended in September. This hasn't changed the need for lower wage workers. Portland doesn't even rank as one of the 50 most dangerous cities in the US.

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/federal ... _616f6f79e4b005b245c38217

https://worldpopulationreview.com/us-c ... angerous-cities-in-the-us


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Hate to break it to you but Murphy will roll over this guy. What's his name again? For one thing, his attack ads are pitiful. I don't even like Murphy because he's a corpo Dem but I guess Repubs can barely hate him for that.

Voters are angry at Biden for not being left enough. All the spending he's proposed are popular across the board and he's letting a couple of corpo corruptos hold back his agenda. Failing on minimum wage, immigration reform, these are the real reasons Biden is low on the polls.

Republicans will be lucky to survive the next 2 years in any level. They all seems to be still stuck on Trump's ass or whatever smelly hole he's spewing crap out of.

Tyranny? Don't you have a Jan 6 reunion to attend?


Jan 6? Try every night in Portland. There is no difference. Try spending a night in walgreens in san fran. No one is stopping you from opening up your checkbook to support your pet projects. Stop spending other peoples money. $15 an hr. Thats a good one. No one is taking those jobs now when you can get paid $20 an hr to sit home

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Hate to break it to you but Murphy will roll over this guy. What's his name again? For one thing, his attack ads are pitiful. I don't even like Murphy because he's a corpo Dem but I guess Repubs can barely hate him for that.

Voters are angry at Biden for not being left enough. All the spending he's proposed are popular across the board and he's letting a couple of corpo corruptos hold back his agenda. Failing on minimum wage, immigration reform, these are the real reasons Biden is low on the polls.

Republicans will be lucky to survive the next 2 years in any level. They all seems to be still stuck on Trump's ass or whatever smelly hole he's spewing crap out of.

Tyranny? Don't you have a Jan 6 reunion to attend?


Jan 6? Try every night in Portland. There is no difference. Try spending a night in walgreens in san fran. No one is stopping you from opening up your checkbook to support your pet projects. Stop spending other peoples money. $15 an hr. Thats a good one. No one is taking those jobs now when you can get paid $20 an hr to sit home

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Hate to break it to you but Murphy will roll over this guy. What's his name again? For one thing, his attack ads are pitiful. I don't even like Murphy because he's a corpo Dem but I guess Repubs can barely hate him for that.

Voters are angry at Biden for not being left enough. All the spending he's proposed are popular across the board and he's letting a couple of corpo corruptos hold back his agenda. Failing on minimum wage, immigration reform, these are the real reasons Biden is low on the polls.

Republicans will be lucky to survive the next 2 years in any level. They all seems to be still stuck on Trump's ass or whatever smelly hole he's spewing crap out of.

Tyranny? Don't you have a Jan 6 reunion to attend?

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From your lips to God's hears, Bigman.

This guy is great. Send to everyone you know.

https://twitter.com/billyprempeh?lang=en

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It will be interesting if Nj swings Republican... Not sure how they thought having Biden in town will help Murphy. Even democrats know what a mess Biden-Harris have made of things nationally... people might vote against Murphy just for that reason alone.

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The papers protect Murphy's spending. Christie last budget was $34.7 billion. That was a short 4 years ago. Murphy's budget is $46.4 billion. Between the spending of Murphy and Biden, the US is heading for a financial crisis.

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Credible reports say that Murphy will impose vaccine mandates on New Jersey after the election. Since NJ seems always in competition with California to be the worst state in the union, I suspect we can expect mandates for public employees, probably private employers. Will he also require these "leaky vaccines" that do not work and have proven dangerous side effects to be jabbed into all school children- public, private and parochial? Probably! How could power be such an aphrodisiac to cause a man to destroy our liberty and threaten our health all while everyone says like sheep- "he's keeping us safe."

And since the Democratic machine has been harvesting votes for the last month, is there any doubt who is going to win? Does not help, of course, that the GOP put up a sort of Murphy lite as a candidate- though a much more likeable and normal guy.

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