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Posted: 8/18/2021 8:05:56 PM EST
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Hey, maybe I'm all wet but, check out the website of John Lee for Governor of Nevada. The guy seems to be on the right side of most things............. votejohnlee.com
Link Posted: 8/18/2021 8:38:11 PM EST
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Link Posted: 8/18/2021 9:35:32 PM EST
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He was a democrat for all of those years. That is still a problem. Only changes parties to run for governor? That seems very suspicious.

While he has a decent voting history, he still aligned himself with a party that directly contradicts aspects of his Mormon religion. You shouldn't be a member of an organization that goes against your morals. For him to stay with that party for this long just stinks. He could easily flop back to a Dem after being elected.  

He seemed to tow the line on the LV City parking commission. LV City parking enforcement relies upon citizen ignorance to obtain funds. It is truly amazing the citations they issue and how the cited violation is incorrect.

And, as another problem, he went to Rancho HS
Link Posted: 8/19/2021 12:19:34 AM EST
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Yep. Sorry, can't support a guy that's very likely been voting for libs/ leftists his entire life.


Link Posted: 8/19/2021 12:28:19 AM EST
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Originally Posted By UV18:

While he has a decent voting history, he still aligned himself with a party that directly contradicts aspects of his Mormon religion. You shouldn't be a member of an organization that goes against your morals.
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Harry Reid did it.  I get your point and agree with you BUT the Church Of Jesus Christian of Latter-day Saints doesn't tell you what political party to belong to or how to vote.
Link Posted: 8/21/2021 2:15:05 PM EST
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Harry Reid did it.  I get your point and agree with you BUT the Church Of Jesus Christian of Latter-day Saints doesn't tell you what political party to belong to or how to vote.
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And look at what Harry Reid ended up being.... a Democratic barking boy used to promote their liberal agenda.

While the Church may not say which party to belong to, the moral guidance eliminates belonging to the Democratic party.
Link Posted: 8/23/2021 5:31:51 PM EST
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Originally Posted By UV18:


And look at what Harry Reid ended up being.... a Democratic barking boy used to promote their liberal agenda.

While the Church may not say which party to belong to, the moral guidance eliminates belonging to the Democratic party.
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Originally Posted By crapshoot:


Harry Reid did it.  I get your point and agree with you BUT the Church Of Jesus Christian of Latter-day Saints doesn't tell you what political party to belong to or how to vote.


And look at what Harry Reid ended up being.... a Democratic barking boy used to promote their liberal agenda.

While the Church may not say which party to belong to, the moral guidance eliminates belonging to the Democratic party.


Well said. I never understood how Fellow LDS members could support Reid or how he could in good conscience maintain a temple recommend.
Link Posted: 8/23/2021 5:51:45 PM EST
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I agree. And it is very nice to see the Catholic church actually denying communion to some of these Democratic politicians because of what they support.
Link Posted: 8/23/2021 7:41:29 PM EST
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Well said. I never understood how Fellow LDS members could support Reid or how he could in good conscience maintain a temple recommend.
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Originally Posted By crapshoot:


Harry Reid did it.  I get your point and agree with you BUT the Church Of Jesus Christian of Latter-day Saints doesn't tell you what political party to belong to or how to vote.


And look at what Harry Reid ended up being.... a Democratic barking boy used to promote their liberal agenda.

While the Church may not say which party to belong to, the moral guidance eliminates belonging to the Democratic party.


Well said. I never understood how Fellow LDS members could support Reid or how he could in good conscience maintain a temple recommend.


Agree whole heartedly.
Link Posted: 8/24/2021 10:29:21 PM EST
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John Lee was a long time Democrat. He was always a supporter of the RTKBA.He switched to Republican Party because of people like Xiden and the squad etc.
Link Posted: 8/26/2021 10:52:11 AM EST
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  Any thoughts on Guy Nohra ?
Link Posted: 9/16/2021 5:04:48 PM EST
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Heller's announcement appears to be pending... I think Heller is the obvious choice. Heller checks a lot of boxes. He's a fiscal conservative with pro-2A positions.

Some folks might not support him for "his" immigration views, but...

1) While I do not support amnesty for illegals, I personally have no problem with work visas and other forms of legal immigration as long as deportation is enforced when visas expire or residency requirements are violated.

2) If elected Governor, Heller wouldn't have much to do with immigration reform; so, for conservatives to refuse to back him over this perceived weakness seems foolish.

Another argument against Heller could be his 2018 Senate election loss, but I think in some ways he was bound to lose with the national sentiment and the "Harry Reid Machine" running smoothly at the time. Heller has won several statewide elections (SOS and Senate) and not just in low Democrat turnout years like 2014. Moreover, he would be the only Republican candidate (that I'm aware of) who has held a statewide office before.


Amodei would be a decent choice if he chose to run.


I think John Lee would have a hard time making himself known (in a positive light) to rural Nevada (to win in NV, Republicans have to win ENOUGH of Las Vegas and Reno without discouraging rural turnout). Joe Lombardo supports a 11+ round magazine ban and is questionably conservative. Lastly, everyone else has no name recognition.
Link Posted: 9/16/2021 7:39:08 PM EST
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Looks like Dean Heller is going to run on the R side for governor. This should be interesting.
Link Posted: 9/18/2021 11:00:17 PM EST
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NV would be a different place with a good R governor.
Link Posted: 9/22/2021 6:37:08 PM EST
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Looks like Dean Heller is going to run on the R side for governor. This should be interesting.
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Name the last politician at that level or above that said they would ban abortion on day one of a campaign and won an election?  just one in the last 40 years will do.

He is not going to get more Republicans by saying that, however he will lose independents.  If the fucktards will stick to shitting on Dems about the shutdowns and job losses he'd have a chance.  Why the fuck do you bring abortion into the race when they handed you a job killing shutdowns on a silver platter to campaign on?  That's just so fucking stupid unless you're part of the swamp and putting on a show for the low information Republicans.  
Did they bring up abortion because it's in the news?  are Republican strategists in NV that ignorant or are they cut from the same cloth as Benedict Milley?

I can't believe people fall for this bullshit. Why bring up non issues related to the current crisis that will cost you votes?  Why?
We know why it's just for show.
Bread and Circus.

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Link Posted: 9/23/2021 8:20:32 AM EST
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Name the last politician at that level or above that said they would ban abortion on day one of a campaign and won an election?  just one in the last 40 years will do.

He is not going to get more Republicans by saying that, however he will lose independents.  If the fucktards will stick to shitting on Dems about the shutdowns and job losses he'd have a chance.  Why the fuck do you bring abortion into the race when they handed you a job killing shutdowns on a silver platter to campaign on?  That's just so fucking stupid unless you're part of the swamp and putting on a show for the low information Republicans.  
Did they bring up abortion because it's in the news?  are Republican strategists in NV that ignorant or are they cut from the same cloth as Benedict Milley?

I can't believe people fall for this bullshit. Why bring up non issues related to the current crisis that will cost you votes?  Why?
We know why it's just for show.
Bread and Circus.

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^ Nailed it.  And Repubs do it  over and over and over and over all across the country.  It's as if there's a plan.
Link Posted: 9/23/2021 3:45:21 PM EST
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Originally Posted By AWMCoalition:


Name the last politician at that level or above that said they would ban abortion on day one of a campaign and won an election?  just one in the last 40 years will do.

He is not going to get more Republicans by saying that, however he will lose independents.  If the fucktards will stick to shitting on Dems about the shutdowns and job losses he'd have a chance.  Why the fuck do you bring abortion into the race when they handed you a job killing shutdowns on a silver platter to campaign on?  That's just so fucking stupid unless you're part of the swamp and putting on a show for the low information Republicans.  
Did they bring up abortion because it's in the news?  are Republican strategists in NV that ignorant or are they cut from the same cloth as Benedict Milley?

I can't believe people fall for this bullshit. Why bring up non issues related to the current crisis that will cost you votes?  Why?
We know why it's just for show.
Bread and Circus.

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This,all he has to say is schools open with no restrictions.
Link Posted: 9/25/2021 11:08:56 AM EST
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^ Nailed it.  And Repubs do it  over and over and over and over all across the country.  It's as if there's a plan.
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Well, I agree, I don't think they should be bringing up abortion either, but according to the oh so reliable and accurate polls 49% of Americans supposedly support illegalizing abortion (with 66% of those same people supporting Roe v. Wade ). I think these candidates are courting the all important endorsements and base to win their primary and are going to "move themselves center" in the general election.

I think the conservative pols are wasting a lot of free political capital from the national environment by focusing on these more fundamental issues. All they should have to do is say "look at inflation, or the border, or Afghanistan, or the $3.5T 'human infrastructure bill'" and they'll pick up seats right and left.
Link Posted: 9/25/2021 11:15:35 AM EST
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Anything is better than the fucking moron we are stuck with now.
Link Posted: 9/27/2021 8:40:21 AM EST
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Well, I agree, I don't think they should be bringing up abortion either, but according to the oh so reliable and accurate polls 49% of Americans supposedly support illegalizing abortion (with 66% of those same people supporting Roe v. Wade ). I think these candidates are courting the all important endorsements and base to win their primary and are going to "move themselves center" in the general election.

I think the conservative pols are wasting a lot of free political capital from the national environment by focusing on these more fundamental issues. All they should have to do is say "look at inflation, or the border, or Afghanistan, or the $3.5T 'human infrastructure bill'" and they'll pick up seats right and left.
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Yes, that means 51% don't support it.  Why on Earth would a candidate alienate over half the voter base on an issue as meaningless as this.  And I do mean meaningless.  Sure, there are hard core folks on both ends of the issue but the vast majority of voters are MUCH more concerned about the other things you mentioned such as inflation, the border, Afghanistan, etc.  If you want to win an election you need to stick to winning issues that people care about.  The concept seems pretty simple to me.  Wonder why Repubs have never seemed to pick up on it?
Link Posted: 9/28/2021 6:01:25 PM EST
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Originally Posted By FlyingIllini:
Anything is better than the fucking moron we are stuck with now.
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Don't fucking say that!! The DSA has taken over the dumbocrat party in NV, their next candidate will make AoC look smart and right leaning.
Link Posted: 10/1/2021 3:04:41 PM EST
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Yes, that means 51% don't support it.  Why on Earth would a candidate alienate over half the voter base on an issue as meaningless as this.  And I do mean meaningless.  Sure, there are hard core folks on both ends of the issue but the vast majority of voters are MUCH more concerned about the other things you mentioned such as inflation, the border, Afghanistan, etc.  If you want to win an election you need to stick to winning issues that people care about.  The concept seems pretty simple to me.  Wonder why Repubs have never seemed to pick up on it?
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Well, 49% don't support and it was Americans not registered or likely voters as I recall (2% of people don't have an opinion on anything it seems), but I digress; I concur overall with what you're saying.

In all probability no one will remember this after the primary unless our state GOP makes it main campaign issue (hopefully not). I think the GOP can be self defeating in the primary with how much they appeal to a small portion of the base.
Link Posted: 10/19/2021 1:50:25 PM EST
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Sheriff Joe is a feckless cuck
Link Posted: 10/19/2021 1:52:10 PM EST
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Seriously. Just talk about Steve and his shutdowns and mandates. Also crime. It is not hard.
Link Posted: 10/19/2021 1:56:50 PM EST
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Most people dont give a fuck about abortion. They care about money in their pocket, cheap energy and food and not falling victim to crime
Link Posted: 10/19/2021 5:06:25 PM EST
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Michelle Fiore has thrown her hat in the ring.
Link Posted: 10/19/2021 6:10:31 PM EST
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Michelle Fiore has thrown her hat in the ring.
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She's pretty hard core conservative. I think she'd do a good job but I also think she'd be a horrible candidate.  Straight to the point and doesn't pull punches.  We may love those qualities but snowflakes can't handle people like that. I fear she'd alienate too many fence sitters.
Link Posted: 10/19/2021 6:11:28 PM EST
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Sheriff Joe is a feckless cuck
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I just saw a T.V. add for his campaign.  He's claiming to be a true conservative.  Lying piece of shit.
Link Posted: 10/20/2021 6:19:41 PM EST
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Our candidate choices suck. My vote is for Fiore, but I'll vote Red across the board regardless.

Unfortunately, the Californication of NV was sped up last year thanks to the Wuhan Virus and these zombies vote blue regardless of the fact that Democrat policies eventually drove them from their home state

eta: local media channels already seem to have their anti-Fiore propaganda pieces running while hardly a word on the other candidates. Tells me all I need to know.
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