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Mike Lester for February 08, 2020

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    WestNYC Premium Member 9 months ago

    Enough is enough, Iowa goes last in 2024.

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    clayusmcret Premium Member 9 months ago

    The “lessons of Iowa” is stop starting with Iowa or any state that uses a caucus.

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    6.6TA Premium Member 9 months ago

    Mr. Lester has problems with complicated concepts such as “interstate travel” and “remote broadcasting”. And many others….

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    guyjen2004  9 months ago

    The lesson is to do away with anything that doesn’t help the dem party.

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    RAGs  9 months ago

    Lester continues to ignore the fact that Trump acts as if this is Russia and that he’s the Tsar.

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    Patjade Premium Member 9 months ago

    Must have been another fast-approaching deadline, so crap one out and hope for something better later.

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    Addled Brain  9 months ago

    The Partisans have had fun poking at the Iowa Caucuses despite the current administration being an embarrassing debacle from beginning to current. ..Takes a lot of moxie.

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    Frankfreak  9 months ago

    Lester is having a harder and harder time coming up with coherent submissions.

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    Barry Onyx  9 months ago

    Keeeep stretchin’, one of these days you might actually be able to pull a dem scandal up far enough that it comes within a dozen light years of Trump’s top 500th screwup.

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    Durak Premium Member 9 months ago

    We continue to work in Iowa, to fix the problems, yeah, good. And we learn the lessons of Iowa to keep bad things from happening in New Hampshire.

    What’s the problem, Mike?

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    ROY PICKETT  9 months ago

    If you remove the electoral college, the 95% of the country would never see a presidential candidate in their state. You would the tyranny of the majority and the minority would have no voice in government. How would you like all the nation’s rules to be based on what New York or California? Thanks, but no thanks.

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    mauser7  9 months ago

    Been a while since I live in Iowa, but all my family and my spouse is native to the state. While it does have a good deal of industry (much of it farm related) it is still primarily an ag. state. And it tends to be conservative even among the Dem’s. This and the early primaries are one reason it is a bellwether.

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    PuppyPapa  9 months ago

    What a bunch of lying dogface pony soldiers.

    20T20

    THE BEST IS YET TO COME!!!!!

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