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Jow Biden on possilbe future Nato Re-alignment/restructuring

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“Despite a litany of public appeals from many people including me back in January not to let American lives and the U.S. economy on the world hang on his confidence quote the Chinese word,”

 

 

What say you?

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17 mins ago, Little said:

“Despite a litany of public appeals from many people including me back in January not to let American lives and the U.S. economy on the world hang on his confidence quote the Chinese word,”

 

 

What say you?

He has dementia.  

He will probably die within 4 years.

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2 mins ago, JimG said:

He has dementia.  

He will probably die within 4 years.

And they will be 4 really ****** years.

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9 mins ago, Kings over Queens said:

google the entire quote.  it's hysterical.  

He can post it if he wants us to laugh.

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27 mins ago, Little said:

“Despite a litany of public appeals from many people including me back in January not to let American lives and the U.S. economy on the world hang on his confidence quote the Chinese word,”

 

 

What say you?

Again, I agree with Joe.

And he says it so eloquently, and with such passion, you can tell he means every word.

 

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3 mins ago, Gotcow? said:

Not grumpy!  :D

 

Some days just get tired of certain people's MO.

When that happens to me, I usually just ignore those people and don't respond to their posts.  :th: 

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1 min ago, Kings over Queens said:

When that happens to me, I usually just ignore those people and don't respond to their posts.  :th: 

A more wise course of action...…..

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