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Reply #120 posted 09/09/17 1:34pm

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jjhunsecker said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

and the heads are still sploding just as I predicted! LOL lol lol dancing jig dancing jig dancing jig dancing jig dancing jig dancing jig dancing jig

Anybody who's not disgusted by this animal who was elected as a President is part of the problem

LOL only Sith deal in absolutes...wait....oh crap that was an absolute

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Reply #121 posted 09/09/17 1:37pm

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The kind of kid who killed things slowly just to watch them squirm.

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Reply #122 posted 09/13/17 7:24am

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https://www.pastemagazine...ign=170912

Great piece on how the GOP became the party of white nationalism. I especially point to this passage , about how some will go along with it for their own gain. When people on here mention that, we're accused of attacking those who "think for themselves" and using "race based slurs" and other such idiocies.

Of course, there will remain a cuticle-thin patina of multicultural, big-tent respectability. The rise of a truly white supremacist party will be aided and abetted by a rainbow coalition of accommodationists. We already had a preview of this when Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao, Secretary of Treasury Steve Mnuchin and Economic Advisor Gary Cohn stood behind Trump as he gave his rambling defense of the “very fine people” at Charlottesville. The Asian-American woman and two Jewish men chose not to resign nor impede Trump’s nightmare of a presidency in any way.

The African-American senator from South Carolina, Tim Scott, and the Latino senators from Texas and Florida, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, have grumbled that they’d prefer white nationalism not be a thing, but they’ll never stand up to Trump or his base in any meaningful way. Nikki Haley remains comfortable serving the president at the UN as does Ben Carson at HUD. Though he got turned down for a job in Homeland Security (not because he tortured people, but because he plagiarized) Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke remains a potent public figure. Omarosa continues to serve as a political aide in the White House—a sentence likely first conceived for a discarded joke in a Jay Leno monologue.

No doubt as the party becomes ever more explicit in its racist, xenophobic, and anti-Semitic appeals, it will recruit ambitious and unscrupulous women, Jews, and people of color as decorative baubles for a frightening revanchism. Meanwhile, we probably do not yet know the name of the most dangerous individuals, the ones who will use the infrastructure of Republican politics to advance a previously unspeakable agenda.

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Reply #123 posted 09/13/17 9:06am

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Mueller closing in on him. oh oh

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Reply #124 posted 09/13/17 10:50am

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2freaky4church1 said:

Mueller closing in on him. oh oh

just keep in mind that even if they do find it... it is almost impossible to charge him with anything

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Reply #125 posted 09/13/17 10:56am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

2freaky4church1 said:

Mueller closing in on him. oh oh

just keep in mind that even if they do find it... it is almost impossible to charge him with anything

I think Nixon once said that too

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Reply #126 posted 09/13/17 10:59am

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jjhunsecker said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

just keep in mind that even if they do find it... it is almost impossible to charge him with anything

I think Nixon once said that too

did he? source?

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Reply #127 posted 09/13/17 11:01am

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my source is: what law would it be that he broke (and if the hillary email rule is in effect prove intent too) and then give the number of times that law has been used to charge anyone?

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Reply #128 posted 09/13/17 11:07am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

jjhunsecker said:

I think Nixon once said that too

did he? source?

If he didn't say it , he certainly THOUGHT it ...


Anyway, it sounds more like wishful thinking on your part

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Reply #129 posted 09/13/17 1:14pm

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jjhunsecker said:

https://www.pastemagazine...ign=170912

Great piece on how the GOP became the party of white nationalism. I especially point to this passage , about how some will go along with it for their own gain. When people on here mention that, we're accused of attacking those who "think for themselves" and using "race based slurs" and other such idiocies.

Of course, there will remain a cuticle-thin patina of multicultural, big-tent respectability. The rise of a truly white supremacist party will be aided and abetted by a rainbow coalition of accommodationists. We already had a preview of this when Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao, Secretary of Treasury Steve Mnuchin and Economic Advisor Gary Cohn stood behind Trump as he gave his rambling defense of the “very fine people” at Charlottesville. The Asian-American woman and two Jewish men chose not to resign nor impede Trump’s nightmare of a presidency in any way.

The African-American senator from South Carolina, Tim Scott, and the Latino senators from Texas and Florida, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, have grumbled that they’d prefer white nationalism not be a thing, but they’ll never stand up to Trump or his base in any meaningful way. Nikki Haley remains comfortable serving the president at the UN as does Ben Carson at HUD. Though he got turned down for a job in Homeland Security (not because he tortured people, but because he plagiarized) Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke remains a potent public figure. Omarosa continues to serve as a political aide in the White House—a sentence likely first conceived for a discarded joke in a Jay Leno monologue.

No doubt as the party becomes ever more explicit in its racist, xenophobic, and anti-Semitic appeals, it will recruit ambitious and unscrupulous women, Jews, and people of color as decorative baubles for a frightening revanchism. Meanwhile, we probably do not yet know the name of the most dangerous individuals, the ones who will use the infrastructure of Republican politics to advance a previously unspeakable agenda.

Thank you and TRUTH. They are working behind the scenes as we speak, now on the inside track, dammit.

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Reply #130 posted 09/19/17 11:06am

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http://www.msn.com/en-us/...smsnnews11

A worker carrying a ladder walks past a billboard depicting the first lady Melania Trump and advertising a language school displayed in Zagreb, Croatia, Friday, Sept. 15, 2017. (AP Photo/Darko Bandic): A worker carrying a ladder walks past a billboard depicting U.S. first lady Melania Trump in Zagreb, Croatia, on Friday. (AP Photo/Darko Bandic)

ZAGREB, Croatia — Billboards featuring Melania Trump and the slogan "just imagine how far you can go with a little bit of English" were removed on Tuesday from the Croatian capital after her lawyer threatened a lawsuit.

The billboards were part of a marketing campaign by a private English language school in Zagreb, which tried to persuade Croats to learn English by reminding them of the Slovenian-born U.S. first lady's personal experience.

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Reply #131 posted 09/23/17 8:03am

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poppys said:

http://www.msn.com/en-us/...smsnnews11

A worker carrying a ladder walks past a billboard depicting the first lady Melania Trump and advertising a language school displayed in Zagreb, Croatia, Friday, Sept. 15, 2017. (AP Photo/Darko Bandic): A worker carrying a ladder walks past a billboard depicting U.S. first lady Melania Trump in Zagreb, Croatia, on Friday. (AP Photo/Darko Bandic)

ZAGREB, Croatia — Billboards featuring Melania Trump and the slogan "just imagine how far you can go with a little bit of English" were removed on Tuesday from the Croatian capital after her lawyer threatened a lawsuit.

The billboards were part of a marketing campaign by a private English language school in Zagreb, which tried to persuade Croats to learn English by reminding them of the Slovenian-born U.S. first lady's personal experience.



Poor Melania,

She sold her soul, but when she did she had no idea that the whole world would find out about it and then stand in judgment of her.




"I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn't lose voters," Donald Trump
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Reply #132 posted 09/23/17 8:45am

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jjhunsecker said:

https://www.pastemagazine...ign=170912

Great piece on how the GOP became the party of white nationalism. I especially point to this passage , about how some will go along with it for their own gain. When people on here mention that, we're accused of attacking those who "think for themselves" and using "race based slurs" and other such idiocies.

Of course, there will remain a cuticle-thin patina of multicultural, big-tent respectability. The rise of a truly white supremacist party will be aided and abetted by a rainbow coalition of accommodationists. We already had a preview of this when Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao, Secretary of Treasury Steve Mnuchin and Economic Advisor Gary Cohn stood behind Trump as he gave his rambling defense of the “very fine people” at Charlottesville. The Asian-American woman and two Jewish men chose not to resign nor impede Trump’s nightmare of a presidency in any way.

The African-American senator from South Carolina, Tim Scott, and the Latino senators from Texas and Florida, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, have grumbled that they’d prefer white nationalism not be a thing, but they’ll never stand up to Trump or his base in any meaningful way. Nikki Haley remains comfortable serving the president at the UN as does Ben Carson at HUD. Though he got turned down for a job in Homeland Security (not because he tortured people, but because he plagiarized) Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke remains a potent public figure. Omarosa continues to serve as a political aide in the White House—a sentence likely first conceived for a discarded joke in a Jay Leno monologue.

No doubt as the party becomes ever more explicit in its racist, xenophobic, and anti-Semitic appeals, it will recruit ambitious and unscrupulous women, Jews, and people of color as decorative baubles for a frightening revanchism. Meanwhile, we probably do not yet know the name of the most dangerous individuals, the ones who will use the infrastructure of Republican politics to advance a previously unspeakable agenda.

Truth all around. Democrats need to roll up their sleeves and get to work if they want to win in 2018 & 2020.

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Reply #133 posted 09/23/17 8:45am

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He told Colin to get the hell off the field? Free speech eh?

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Reply #134 posted 09/23/17 9:33am

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He told Colin to get the hell off the field? Free speech eh?

Folks want free speech as long as its speech they agree with.

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Reply #135 posted 09/23/17 11:20am

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QueenofCardboard said:



poppys said:


http://www.msn.com/en-us/...smsnnews11





A worker carrying a ladder walks past a billboard depicting the first lady Melania Trump and advertising a language school displayed in Zagreb, Croatia, Friday, Sept. 15, 2017. (AP Photo/Darko Bandic): A worker carrying a ladder walks past a billboard depicting U.S. first lady Melania Trump in Zagreb, Croatia, on Friday. (AP Photo/Darko Bandic)


ZAGREB, Croatia — Billboards featuring Melania Trump and the slogan "just imagine how far you can go with a little bit of English" were removed on Tuesday from the Croatian capital after her lawyer threatened a lawsuit.


The billboards were part of a marketing campaign by a private English language school in Zagreb, which tried to persuade Croats to learn English by reminding them of the Slovenian-born U.S. first lady's personal experience.






Poor Melania,



She sold her soul, but when she did she had no idea that the whole world would find out about it and then stand in judgment of her.






She's a trophy wife who sold her beauty and youth to a repulsive rich scumbag for the comforts it would bring her. She never dreamed she would be thrust onto an international stage where her every word and action are subject to intense scrutiny.
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Reply #136 posted 09/23/17 11:21am

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She's his bracelet.

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Reply #137 posted 09/23/17 1:51pm

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jjhunsecker said:

QueenofCardboard said:



Poor Melania,

She sold her soul, but when she did she had no idea that the whole world would find out about it and then stand in judgment of her.




She's a trophy wife who sold her beauty and youth to a repulsive rich scumbag for the comforts it would bring her. She never dreamed she would be thrust onto an international stage where her every word and action are subject to intense scrutiny.

It is a double whammy that her home country is using her image to sell English lessons. It could be funny or endearing (education standpoint) with some first ladies more equipped for the job. Not with this guy, not ever, even if she wanted to. She looks like a beautifully dressed doll that's gritting her teeth every moment.

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Reply #138 posted 09/23/17 9:08pm

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Is Trump a White Supremacist ? I think any rational intelligent person knows the answer to that question

https://www.nytimes.com/2...collection

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Reply #139 posted 09/23/17 10:18pm

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He's a scumbag...more upset by a Black athlete kneeling than he is about White supremacists and nazis

http://www.huffingtonpost...c77331a2f0

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Reply #140 posted 09/23/17 10:53pm

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Image result for steph curry trump meme

I'm not even a Warriors fan,but I give that team much props for rejecting Trump and hs BS.Stephen Curry has been saying all week that he will NOT visit Trump at the White House,but now Trump is trying to pretend that it was HE who shut the door on The Warriors visiting him falloff

Trump is a symbol of hate and bigotry.It's important that people,famous or not, continue to reject his BS and refuse any invitations to visit him.Good job,Curry thumbs up!

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Reply #141 posted 09/23/17 10:54pm

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Steph Curry: “It’s kind of funny” Donald Trump withdrew White House invitation

OAKLAND – The text messages flooded Stephen Curry’s phone, perhaps as fast as when he makes shots from anywhere on the court.

The Warriors’ star estimated he received about 20 texts when he first woke up on Saturday morning, flooding with messages “applauding me for sticking to my own beliefs” on his public criticism of President Donald Trump and his refusal to accept any White House invitation.

Soon enough, Curry saw more messages fill his inbox and the timeline on his Twitter account. That’s because Trump tweeted early on Saturday morning, “Going to the White House is considered a great honor for a championship team. Stephen Curry is hesitating, therefore invitation is withdrawn!”


“It’s kind of funny that tweet was sent before we had a chance to get together as a team,” Curry said after the Warriors’ first training-camp practice on Saturday. “But it is what it is. My stance is the same as it was yesterday and cemented even further with how things in our country have gone, especially with him representing us and me in a very damaging way.”

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Reply #142 posted 09/24/17 7:20am

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Trump sparks war with NFL - and LeBron

http://www.politico.com/s...all-243046

Donald Trump is pictured. | AP Photo

Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James jumped in to defend Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors after President Donald Trump on Saturday criticized Curry on Twitter. | Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

Trump sparks war with NFL — and LeBron

Roger Goodell on Saturday called the president's comments about firing NFL players who protest the national anthem 'divisive,' while NBA superstar LeBron James jumped in to defend his friend Steph Curry.

09/22/2017 10:09 PM EDT

Updated 09/23/2017 07:24 PM EDT

President Donald Trump disinvited Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry from the White House on Saturday morning, just hours after taking the stage at a rally in Alabama and calling for football players who stage silent protests during the national anthem to be fired.

The president’s comments drew an unusually blunt rebuke from National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell, who said the “divisive comments” show a “lack of respect” for the nation’s most popular sport. LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers jumped in to defend Curry, calling Trump “u bum” and adding: “Going to the White House was a great honor until you showed up!”

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The escalation in the White House’s war with professional sports figures over issues of race and intolerance underscored the extent to which the president has been unable to move on from remarks last month that seemed to equate Black Lives Matter protesters with neo-Nazis who marched in Charlottesville, Virginia, leaving one woman dead.

Trump took the stage in Huntsville, Alabama, on Friday in support of Republican Sen. Luther Strange and diverted himself into criticism of athletes.

“Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, ‘get that son of a bitch off the field right now — he’s fired,’” Trump said at a rally in Alabama for Republican Sen. Luther Strange.

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Reply #143 posted 09/24/17 7:32am

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jjhunsecker said:

Is Trump a White Supremacist ? I think any rational intelligent person knows the answer to that question

https://www.nytimes.com/2...collection

For me it was when he refused to denounce David Duke and pretended not to know who he was during the campaign. That made him more than just an asshole real estate developer. We are trying to get rid of the imperial wizard down here and the President won't denounce him even after the Charlottesville tweets.

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Reply #144 posted 09/24/17 7:52am

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When even Stevie Wonder makes a stand against you and takes a knee, you should really start to question your values...
Someone's in my body, someone's in my body...
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Reply #145 posted 09/24/17 10:56am

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When even Stevie Wonder makes a stand against you and takes a knee, you should really start to question your values...

It crossed my mind today that if Trump were assassinated, there would be a huge amount people that would support the murderer. Troubling times indeed.

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Reply #146 posted 09/24/17 11:11am

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Interesting wrinkle. Remember how people said Trump could legally fire Comey? Sure, but if it was politically motivated he can still be impeached. Biggie.

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