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Thread: The difference between L7 and USA7 on Trump

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    That last word? Mine! All mine! Mwwahahahah!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnCh View Post
    Maybe if more people found joy in hustling a featherweight car down a winding road, the world would be a better place. And if you agree with that sentiment, please feel free to write my name down on your ballot this November

    -John

    You have my vote! Had a ball doing just that today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnCh View Post
    Mazda's post on the creation of this sub forum is here. It's been around for over 10 years, yet this community remains a bastion of civility in an increasingly divisive online world. That's not because we don't have a space to air opinions on polarizing topics, It's because each of you choose to treat other members with respect. We may not all share the same religious beliefs, political ideology, or opinion of NASCAR, but we haven't let that get in the way of finding common ground in all things se7en. Maybe if more people found joy in hustling a featherweight car down a winding road, the world would be a better place. And if you agree with that sentiment, please feel free to write my name down on your ballot this November

    -John
    I agree and I think we should encourage Trump to buy a Caterham as he may find "joy in hustling a featherweight car down a winding road"
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    Hopefully Biden knows how to design and fabricate a throttle pedal, if not heís dead to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sf4018 View Post
    Hopefully Biden knows how to design and fabricate a throttle pedal, if not he’s dead to me.
    There's hope https://www.cnbc.com/2016/10/21/joe-...ns-rubber.html
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    If I had seen that before Tuesday I would have voted for him...................................Sorry....... Still voted for him
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    I dont know if this is true but very interesting and very frightening if it is true.
    Maybe some of our more learned members could comment

    https://www.facebook.com/shanevaughn...9945275044223/
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    It is largely false but like most conspiracy theories it has elements of truth. The gentleman speaking is a poorly educated religious fundamentalist who is not an authority on anything. For example, he says the House has 475 members and if the President doesnít concede, the decision goes to the House. Those are both false. The House has 435 members and the election can be decided by the House but only if certain conditions are met. A candidate refusing to concede is not one of those conditions. Facebook is basically the best source to get the worst possible information. Unless you have researched what is said, please donít repost. People who donít fact check things and then repost information that is incorrect on Facebook are a significant issue in our electoral process. Iíve been painstakingly polite in my response. Thatís not normally my MO. If you are from Brighton in the UK, you are well advised not to comment on things you know nothing about concerning the US election. If you are a US citizen, youíre advised to stop posting false information that can be easily checked.


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