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I spent mine today celebrating the Freedom of our Democratic Republic by cheering on my choice to lead my Nation Donald Trump. It was a cold blustery day, very similar to a lot of Halloween’s in my neck of the country. Except this year Halloween is Cancelled. The Chicom Flu was used to rob the children of their second favorite Holiday.

So since both the children and myself have been robbed of the delight and fright’s of the day, my wife and I spent the day with 10’s of thousands of my fellow Pennsylvanian’s cheering the man that won’t allow another Health Crises to ever be exploited in this manner again.

The following are a few pictures of the day.

 





TRUMP 2020

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39 thoughts on “How did you spend your day ?

  1. Patrick

    Your guy is home and hosed, right?

    Any predictions for the popular vote and the college?

  2. This comes amid a new Stanford study that says roughly seven hundred people have died from coronavirus as a direct result of Donald Trump’s campaign rallies. Not content to give them the plague, Trump is now also trying to freeze them to death. His endgame just keeps getting more bizarre – and deadly.

  3. Great to see the picture of you with the better half Patrick. Stay safe and as well as you can both of you 😀

  4. The Leader is good, the Leader is great. Submit to his will as of this date.

    Nananananananananananananananana Leader!

  5. You had good seats! You must have gotten there early. What a treat to see the boss up close!

  6. CNN correspondent DJ Judd ended up tweeting this tonight: “Trump has finished and left, but there’s thousands of supporters who have been let loose into the night with no sign of the shuttles they’ve been told will take them back to parking. People are filling the street, blocking the road for ambulances and police.” He included photos of Trump fans wandering around lost in the dark, and pointed out that it was 41 degrees outside at the time.

  7. Actually Charles got there about an hour before the gates opened at 11 we’re standing in line when I spotted a political friend. Bypassed the line and got admitted to the seated area.

    Monica and I sat in the 18 row. Great seats, it was a blast.

  8. Kurt I saw that Stanford report blaming Trump Rallies for 30,000 infections and 700 Dead…

    what a load of crap.

  9. //I spent mine today celebrating the Freedom of our Democratic Republic //

    So, just before the election, the US becomes a democracy after all.

    That’s about as much flip-flopping as Trump’s line on masks.
    “Masks are useless” – all his groupies stamp and cheer.
    “Masks are great. I love masks” – all his groupies stamp and cheer.

    Otherwise all those photos – but especially the first two, I’m afraid to say – speak one word and one word only: DEFEAT

    The Trump movement is now exhausted, confused and disoriented.

  10. no Noel it’s a Democratic Republic….. you really must educate yourself on the difference.

  11. Seamus, on November 1st, 2020 at 11:39 AM Said: Edit Comment
    There is no difference.

    Democracy is Mob Rule.

    A Democratic Republic is a Representative Government…..

  12. “A Democratic Republic is a Representative Government…..”

    So what would you call the UK? Is it mob rule or a representative government?

  13. We are a constitutional monarchy. We are all the subjects of our Monarch, the infallible Dominic Cummings 😉

  14. At least Patrick now admits that the US is a democratic republic, rather than insisting that it’s just a republic like he used to do.

    Patrick, you should have worn a clean fleece to the trump rally mate. 😁

  15. Dave it is a Republic…. the fact that you don’t understand that in a Republic the Peoples representatives are elected Democratically is a failing of your education.

    A Democracy the People Vote on individual Issues, in a Republic we pick Representatives to vote on the issues.

    We are a Republic where those Representatives then decide how the issues are settled.

    I understand that these differences are beyond your ability to grasp, but they are a real difference.

  16. A Democracy the People Vote on individual Issues, in a Republic we pick Representatives to vote on the issues.”

    No a democracy is one where the people either by their direct vote, or through their representatives, vote on the issues. You are (either through stupidity or in a deliberate attempt to be dishonest) confusing democracy with direct democracy. Direct democracy is a form of democracy. As is representative democracy.

    The United States is a democratic republic, with a representative democracy. The UK is a constitutional monarchy, with a representative democracy. They are both democracies.

    “We are a Republic where those Representatives then decide how the issues are settled.”

    Are you saying the UK doesn’t have representatives who decide how the issues are settled?

    “No”

    At least you are doubling down on the stupidity.

  17. “Dave it is a Republic…. the fact that you don’t understand that in a Republic the Peoples representatives are elected Democratically is a failing of your education.”

    Actually all a republic means is one where the right to rule is not private property of individuals (such as in a monarchy or an aristocracy). So the Soviet Union was a republic. East Germany was a republic. A republic does not mean where you pick representatives who then vote on the issues. That is a representative democracy. Plenty of representative democracies are not republic, and plenty of republics are not representative democracies.

  18. Patrick

    You have lots of examples of direct democracy in the USA with your proposition votes. More so than here in the UK, where, despite the Brexit vote, direct referendums are rare.

  19. Dave it is a Republic…. the fact that you don’t understand that in a Republic the Peoples representatives are elected Democratically is a failing of your education.

    Yes, it’s a representative democracy.

    A Democracy the People Vote on individual Issues, in a Republic we pick Representatives to vote on the issues

    The first is a direct democracy and the second is a representative democracy. The Republic of Ireland is a rep democracy as is La République Francaise and La Repubblica Italiana etc.

    Hey Pat, anymore breaking news on Tucker’s ‘stolen’ documents?

  20. Actually most countries, whether they are Republics or Constitutional Monarchies are also representative Democracies. Th U.K. USA and Ireland are not that much different in that regard.

  21. Patrick Van Roy

    Straight to the insults as usual I see Patrick.

    My point, which you missed as usual is really simple.
    Let me state it again. Try and pay attention.

    In your post above you call the us a democratic republic.
    In the past when I called the US democratic Republic you said I was wrong and the US is a republic. Is that clear enough now?

    I was just pointing out that as usual, your opinion changes more often than you change your fleece.

  22. The UK and Ireland would be especially similar with parliaments that essentially run the show.

    I like the parliamentary approach, which seems way more efficient and just as representative as the silly convoluted US House and Senate arrangement

  23. The best thing about the representative democracies in Europe, as apposed to the US, is that our parliaments can take down the government (you call it the executive) at any time. The executive can rule only with the continuing support of the people’s representatives, who can vote a new executive, change the head of government or even put a new party in power anytime with immediate effect.
    The US is more like a monarchy except the monarch is elected and his reign limited to periods of 4 years.

  24. Dave

    Patrick was close enough to Trump to get stains on his fleece. That’s why it’s looking a bit scuzzy, you know a bit like Ms Lewinsky’s blue dress 😉

  25. PVR –

    Good photos. The crowds which came out at the PA rallies yesterday were extraordinary. Some rock festivals don’t get crowds like this.

  26. Stanford University economists estimate that Mr Trump’s campaign rallies have resulted in 30,000 additional confirmed cases of Covid-19. Moreover, they also say the ralles likely led to more than 700 deaths overall, according to a paper posted online this weekend.

    The research, led by B. Douglas Bernheim, chairman of economics at Stanford University, analysed data following 18 Trump rallies held between June 20th and September 22nd

    In recent months, Mr Trump has held several dozen rallies in states such as Pennsylvania, Minnesota and Wisconsin, where coronavirus infection rates were already on the rise.
    (…)

    Minnesota public health officials have attributed four Covid-19 outbreaks and more than 25 cases to Trump rallies held in the state in September and October.

  27. Does this mean that the ‘Huntergate’ story has just faded into the ether?

    Surely Tucker must think there should be a criminal investigation into his ‘stolen’ docs?

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