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Reply #240 posted 08/23/18 6:40am

Musicslave

benni said:

2elijah said:

Musicslave said: That comment he states that ‘everyone will be poor if he gets impeached’ says a lot about his ego. [Edited 8/23/18 6:04am]


Yes, it does.

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Remember, only I and I alone can fix the economy (that wasn't broken when he took office, but I digress).

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Reply #241 posted 08/23/18 6:54am

poppys

benni said:

“If I ever got impeached, I think the market would crash, I think everybody would be very poor,” Trump said. “You would see numbers that you wouldn’t believe.”

Musicslave said:

2elijah said:

That comment he states that ‘everyone will be poor if he gets impeached’ says a lot about his ego.


benni said:

Yes, it does.

Remember, only I and I alone can fix the economy (that wasn't broken when he took office, but I digress).


Fear ploys. Wow, he is SO POWERFUL he can make us all poor - or not - singlehandedly.

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Reply #242 posted 08/23/18 7:17am

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poppys said:

benni said:



“If I ever got impeached, I think the market would crash, I think everybody would be very poor,” Trump said. “You would see numbers that you wouldn’t believe.”



Musicslave said:




2elijah said:


That comment he states that ‘everyone will be poor if he gets impeached’ says a lot about his ego.



benni said:


Yes, it does.




Remember, only I and I alone can fix the economy (that wasn't broken when he took office, but I digress).




Fear ploys. Wow, he is SO POWERFUL he can make us all poor - or not - singlehandedly.


Let’s just hope he doesn’t encourage some of his supporters to riot or use violence if he’s impeached, and will probably blame the Clintons and Obama for it.
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Reply #243 posted 08/23/18 7:28am

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2elijah said:

poppys said:

benni said:

“If I ever got impeached, I think the market would crash, I think everybody would be very poor,” Trump said. “You would see numbers that you wouldn’t believe.”


Fear ploys. Wow, he is SO POWERFUL he can make us all poor - or not - singlehandedly.

Let’s just hope he doesn’t encourage some of his supporters to riot or use violence if he’s impeached, and will probably blame the Clintons and Obama for it.

Of course he will - he says the only thing he is guilty of is winning a election everyone thought Clinton would win.

rolleyes


When he says incredibly stupid things like everyone would be very poor how do this Fox reporters not laugh in his face?

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Reply #244 posted 08/23/18 7:59am

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Makes you wonder how somone with such a simple mind got to be President.

benni said:

President Donald Trump questioned how he could be impeached when he’s made strides improving economic conditions in an interviewaired Thursday.

“You know, I guess it says something like high crimes and all — I don’t know how you can impeach somebody who has done a great job,” Trump said in response to a question from Fox News’ Ainsley Earhardt, who asked if he believes Democrats would try to impeach him if they win back control of Congress.

“If I ever got impeached, I think the market would crash, I think everybody would be very poor,” Trump said. “You would see numbers that you wouldn’t believe.”

Trump said during the interview that he would give himself an “A+” if asked to grade his performance in office so far, citing his successful appointment of Justice Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court and predicting that Brett Kavanaugh, his next high court pick, will be confirmed as well.

“I give myself an A+. I don’t think any President has ever done what I have done,” Trump said.

“We haven’t even been 2 years. Biggest tax cuts in history. Soon to be two unbelievable Supreme Court justices, I’m sure that Justice Kavanaugh will be approved. Justice Gorsuch has been a star. You look at all the things we have done with regulations, the economy is the best it has ever been in history. The only thing I’m doing badly in is the press doesn’t cover me fairly,” Trump said.





[Edited 8/23/18 5:32am]

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Reply #245 posted 08/23/18 8:17am

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Maybe he doesn't have such a simple mind after all. Being selfish and egocentric is not the same as being stupid. One of the reasons he was elected was because everybody underestimated him.
[Edited 8/23/18 8:18am]
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Reply #246 posted 08/23/18 8:20am

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2elijah said:


poppys said:

benni said:



“If I ever got impeached, I think the market would crash, I think everybody would be very poor,” Trump said. “You would see numbers that you wouldn’t believe.”



Fear ploys. Wow, he is SO POWERFUL he can make us all poor - or not - singlehandedly.



Let’s just hope he doesn’t encourage some of his supporters to riot or use violence if he’s impeached, and will probably blame the Clintons and Obama for it.


Of course he will - he says the only thing he is guilty of is winning a election everyone thought Clinton would win.

rolleyes


When he says incredibly stupid things like everyone would be very poor how do this Fox reporters not laugh in his face?


I’m not surprised she didn’t challenge him on that comment. The FOX execs would have probably reprimanded her. They are just as guilty as the coward repubs in Congress who have no spine in standing up to trump’s delusional, divisive and hateful tactics. But like the saying goes ‘The Universe never forgets’. Trump is just getting the karma he put out there. He can’t go around thinking he will never have to account for his evil ways, eventually he will have to be accountable for it. What he’s facing now is his chickens coming home to roost.
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Reply #247 posted 08/23/18 8:29am

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Maybe he doesn't have such a simple mind after all. Being selfish and egocentric is not the same as being stupid. One of the reasons he was elected was because everybody underestimated him.
[Edited 8/23/18 8:18am]

No he's not stupid’ when it comes to conning people. He is a master conman. He knew exactly ‘which part’ of his support base he could ‘easily’ con . He played on their fears and prejudices. He sang the language he knew they would embrace.

He used the southern strategy to bait them and succeeded with that group. They are diehard, trump supporters and defenders, and will believe all his lies as ‘truths’ and give him a pass for his questionable actions, whether it is documented evidence of racist comments or accusations of sexual harassment. You could say he ‘owns’ that specific group of supporters he referred to as ‘fine people.’
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Reply #248 posted 08/23/18 8:31am

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2elijah said:

DiminutiveRocker said:



2elijah said:


poppys said:

benni said:



“If I ever got impeached, I think the market would crash, I think everybody would be very poor,” Trump said. “You would see numbers that you wouldn’t believe.”



Fear ploys. Wow, he is SO POWERFUL he can make us all poor - or not - singlehandedly.



Let’s just hope he doesn’t encourage some of his supporters to riot or use violence if he’s impeached, and will probably blame the Clintons and Obama for it.


Of course he will - he says the only thing he is guilty of is winning a election everyone thought Clinton would win.

rolleyes


When he says incredibly stupid things like everyone would be very poor how do this Fox reporters not laugh in his face?


I’m not surprised she didn’t challenge him on that comment. The FOX execs would have probably reprimanded her. They are just as guilty as the coward repubs in Congress who have no spine in standing up to trump’s delusional, divisive and hateful tactics. But like the saying goes ‘The Universe never forgets’. Trump is just getting the karma he put out there. He can’t go around thinking he will never have to account for his evil ways, eventually he will have to be accountable for it. What he’s facing now is his chickens coming home to roost.


Honestly, doesn’t this all sound like something out a crazy third world nation dictator that happens far far away. We can NEVER be so smug again and look at other nations and look down on the people or government for allowing this type of shit to go down.
[Edited 8/23/18 10:16am]
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Reply #249 posted 08/23/18 8:31am

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PennyPurple said:

Makes you wonder how somone with such a simple mind got to be President.

benni said:

President Donald Trump questioned how he could be impeached when he’s made strides improving economic conditions in an interviewaired Thursday.

“You know, I guess it says something like high crimes and all — I don’t know how you can impeach somebody who has done a great job,” Trump said in response to a question from Fox News’ Ainsley Earhardt, who asked if he believes Democrats would try to impeach him if they win back control of Congress.

“If I ever got impeached, I think the market would crash, I think everybody would be very poor,” Trump said. “You would see numbers that you wouldn’t believe.”

Trump said during the interview that he would give himself an “A+” if asked to grade his performance in office so far, citing his successful appointment of Justice Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court and predicting that Brett Kavanaugh, his next high court pick, will be confirmed as well.

“I give myself an A+. I don’t think any President has ever done what I have done,” Trump said.

“We haven’t even been 2 years. Biggest tax cuts in history. Soon to be two unbelievable Supreme Court justices, I’m sure that Justice Kavanaugh will be approved. Justice Gorsuch has been a star. You look at all the things we have done with regulations, the economy is the best it has ever been in history. The only thing I’m doing badly in is the press doesn’t cover me fairly,” Trump said.





[Edited 8/23/18 5:32am]




Because about 77,000 flaccid, impotent, small-membered, premature-ejaculating losers in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan were too lazy to vote.

I just realized all those states are in the Big 10, which is another reason to look upon the Big 10 with disdain while supporting America's Conference, the SEC. Hotty Toddy! F*** Urban Meyer!

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Reply #250 posted 08/23/18 8:35am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

2elijah said:


I’m not surprised she didn’t challenge him on that comment. The FOX execs would have probably reprimanded her. They are just as guilty as the coward repubs in Congress who have no spine in standing up to trump’s delusional, divisive and hateful tactics. But like the saying goes ‘The Universe never forgets’. Trump is just getting the karma he put out there. He can’t go around thinking he will never have to account for his evil ways, eventually he will have to be accountable for it. What he’s facing now is his chickens coming home to roost.


Honestly, doesn’t this all sound like something out a crazy third world nation dictator that happens far far away. We can NEVER be so smug again and look at other nations and look down on the people or government for allowing that time of shit to go down.

Exactly! America could only blame itself for assuming that a nutcase like trump couldn’t win the election. Many voters ‘slept’ on the last election.

Hopefully they won’t be so comfortable next time, and will get out and vote in the next presidential election. But I also hope trump gets impeached before that election year.
[Edited 8/23/18 8:38am]
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Reply #251 posted 08/23/18 8:37am

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—double post.
[Edited 8/23/18 8:38am]
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Reply #252 posted 08/23/18 8:42am

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2elijah said:

Ugot2shakesumthin said:
Honestly, doesn’t this all sound like something out a crazy third world nation dictator that happens far far away. We can NEVER be so smug again and look at other nations and look down on the people or government for allowing that time of shit to go down.
Exactly! America could only blame itself for assuming that a nutcase like trump couldn’t win the election. Many voters ‘slept’ on the last election.

Hopefully they won’t be so comfortable next time, and will get out and vote in the next presidential election. But I also hope trump gets impeached before that election year. [Edited 8/23/18 8:38am]



Co-sign.

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Reply #253 posted 08/23/18 9:11am

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The simple fact that Trump talks about impeachment means he realizes that it just might happen. On the one hand, I'd say, good, the sooner he's gone the better, but on the other hand, in that case everybody could say that the bad dream is over and we can go back to business as usual, but the real problems wouldn't be solved: immigration, racism and last but not least: people losing faith in politics and that's why they don't vote. None of that would change if Trump were to be impeached.
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Reply #254 posted 08/23/18 10:13am

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Wow. Instead of the usual Friday dump we are getting a Thursday dump.


Immunity for David Pecker.

Possible firing of AG after Nov elections.

Fox News interview.

Jeff Sessions statement.

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Reply #255 posted 08/23/18 10:15am

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RodeoSchro said:



2elijah said:


Ugot2shakesumthin said:
Honestly, doesn’t this all sound like something out a crazy third world nation dictator that happens far far away. We can NEVER be so smug again and look at other nations and look down on the people or government for allowing that time of shit to go down.

Exactly! America could only blame itself for assuming that a nutcase like trump couldn’t win the election. Many voters ‘slept’ on the last election.

Hopefully they won’t be so comfortable next time, and will get out and vote in the next presidential election. But I also hope trump gets impeached before that election year. [Edited 8/23/18 8:38am]



Co-sign.


nod He is a professional conman for sure. He knows how to use the power of persuasion to influence a certain segment of his base, in which he is already aware of how they think. He knows he can use them to start an uproar because they are deeply obligated to him. He certainly won’t lose their support if he’s impeached, and he will continue to feed them his nonsense to seek empathy, and will probably make more noise to go after the Clintons, because he will be embarrassed and very angry, if he is actually inpeached.

I’m sure most will be ready for his crazy ’tweet storms.’
[Edited 8/23/18 10:24am]
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Reply #256 posted 08/23/18 10:20am

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2elijah said:

RodeoSchro said:



2elijah said:


Ugot2shakesumthin said:
Honestly, doesn’t this all sound like something out a crazy third world nation dictator that happens far far away. We can NEVER be so smug again and look at other nations and look down on the people or government for allowing that time of shit to go down.

Exactly! America could only blame itself for assuming that a nutcase like trump couldn’t win the election. Many voters ‘slept’ on the last election.

Hopefully they won’t be so comfortable next time, and will get out and vote in the next presidential election. But I also hope trump gets impeached before that election year. [Edited 8/23/18 8:38am]



Co-sign.


nod He is a professional conman for sure. He knows how to use the power of persuasion to influence that certain segment of his base, in which he is already aware of how they think. He knows he can use them to start an uproar because they are deeply obligated to him. He certainly won’t lose their support if he’s impeached, and he will continue to feed them his nonsense to seek empathy, and will probably make more noise to go after the Clintons, because he will be embarrassed and very angry, if he is actually inpeached.

I’m sure most will be ready for his crazy ’tweet storms.’



Well, the owner of The National Enquirer was just granted immunity by Muller for compliance into allegations that Trump was manipulating that negative news about him was not printed. Kinda the way Fox “news” does.
Crooked Donnie. Lock him up!
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Reply #257 posted 08/23/18 10:20am

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PennyPurple said:

Wow. Instead of the usual Friday dump we are getting a Thursday dump.



Immunity for David Pecker.


Possible firing of AG after Nov elections.


Fox News interview.


Jeff Sessions statement.



You can say that again. Trump is getting served several cups of karma. coffee
[Edited 8/23/18 10:22am]
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Reply #258 posted 08/23/18 10:22am

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2elijah said:


nod He is a professional conman for sure. He knows how to use the power of persuasion to influence that certain segment of his base, in which he is already aware of how they think. He knows he can use them to start an uproar because they are deeply obligated to him. He certainly won’t lose their support if he’s impeached, and he will continue to feed them his nonsense to seek empathy, and will probably make more noise to go after the Clintons, because he will be embarrassed and very angry, if he is actually inpeached.

I’m sure most will be ready for his crazy ’tweet storms.’



Well, the owner of The National Enquirer was just granted immunity by Muller for compliance into allegations that Trump was manipulating that negative news about him was not printed. Kinda the way Fox “news” does.

Wonder what info he will be sharing with Mueller.
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Reply #259 posted 08/23/18 10:32am

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2elijah said:

Ugot2shakesumthin said:
Well, the owner of The National Enquirer was just granted immunity by Muller for compliance into allegations that Trump was manipulating that negative news about him was not printed. Kinda the way Fox “news” does.
Wonder what info he will be sharing with Mueller.

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Looks like he corroborated Michael Cohen's account about their "Catch & Kill" plan for negative stories about candidate trump before the election.

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Reply #260 posted 08/23/18 10:34am

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Musicslave said:



2elijah said:


Ugot2shakesumthin said:
Well, the owner of The National Enquirer was just granted immunity by Muller for compliance into allegations that Trump was manipulating that negative news about him was not printed. Kinda the way Fox “news” does.

Wonder what info he will be sharing with Mueller.

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Looks like he corroborated Michael Cohen's account about their "Catch & Kill" plan for negative stories about candidate trump before the election.



Yep. They needed more than just Cohem’s word.
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Reply #261 posted 08/23/18 10:39am

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The simple fact that Trump talks about impeachment means he realizes that it just might happen. On the one hand, I'd say, good, the sooner he's gone the better, but on the other hand, in that case everybody could say that the bad dream is over and we can go back to business as usual, but the real problems wouldn't be solved: immigration, racism and last but not least: people losing faith in politics and that's why they don't vote. None of that would change if Trump were to be impeached.

I wouldn’t give up so fast on all of those societal issues. They’re not going to change overnight, no matter who is President. Trump’s mistake is that he used his personal prejudices, to deal with the immigration issue. He did nothing to unify Americans regarding the racial issue, because he had no interest in doing that. His ammo was using the southern strategy, to push his racist and divisive agenda, and injected that divisiveness into the immigration issue.

He had no intention of unifying ‘all’ Americans. His presidency has been more like a carbon copy of ’David Duke.’
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Reply #262 posted 08/23/18 10:42am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

Musicslave said:



2elijah said:


Ugot2shakesumthin said:
Well, the owner of The National Enquirer was just granted immunity by Muller for compliance into allegations that Trump was manipulating that negative news about him was not printed. Kinda the way Fox “news” does.

Wonder what info he will be sharing with Mueller.

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Looks like he corroborated Michael Cohen's account about their "Catch & Kill" plan for negative stories about candidate trump before the election.



Yep. They needed more than just Cohem’s word.

Oh ok, thanks.
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Reply #263 posted 08/23/18 12:35pm

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2elijah said:

NorthC said:
The simple fact that Trump talks about impeachment means he realizes that it just might happen. On the one hand, I'd say, good, the sooner he's gone the better, but on the other hand, in that case everybody could say that the bad dream is over and we can go back to business as usual, but the real problems wouldn't be solved: immigration, racism and last but not least: people losing faith in politics and that's why they don't vote. None of that would change if Trump were to be impeached.

I wouldn’t give up so fast on all of those societal issues. They’re not going to change overnight, no matter who is President. Trump’s mistake is that he used his personal prejudices, to deal with the immigration issue. He did nothing to unify Americans regarding the racial issue, because he had no interest in doing that. His ammo was using the southern strategy, to push his racist and divisive agenda, and injected that divisiveness into the immigration issue. He had no intention of unifying ‘all’ Americans. His presidency has been more like a carbon copy of ’David Duke.’


I agree with you but there is some interesting reading on the Southern Strategy. I looked into it because I live in "the South" now. Funny, no one ever calls Northern states "the North", they call them by their state name. No one calls it "Northern food" either, but somehow "Southern food" is all the same. It isn't.


https://www.nytimes.com/2...b.t-4.html


Everyone knows that race has long played a decisive role in Southern electoral politics. From the end of Reconstruction until the beginning of the civil rights era, the story goes, the national Democratic Party made room for segregationist members — and as a result dominated the South. But in the 50s and 60s, Democrats embraced the civil rights movement, costing them the white Southern vote. Meanwhile, the Republican Party successfully wooed disaffected white racists with a “Southern strategy” that championed “states’ rights.”

It’s an easy story to believe, but this year two political scientists called it into question...

...The two scholars support their claim with an extensive survey of election returns and voter surveys. To give just one example: in the 50s, among Southerners in the low-income tercile, 43 percent voted for Republican Presidential candidates, while in the high-income tercile, 53 percent voted Republican; by the 80s, those figures were 51 percent and 77 percent, respectively. Wealthy Southerners shifted rightward in droves but poorer ones didn’t.

To be sure, Shafer says, many whites in the South aggressively opposed liberal Democrats on race issues. “But when folks went to the polling booths,” he says, “they didn’t shoot off their own toes. They voted by their economic preferences, not racial preferences.” Shafer says these results should give liberals hope. “If Southern politics is about class and not race,” he says, “then they can get it back.”

David Duke actually did miserably in his last election bid here, right before Trump was elected. Trump gave DD a boost he would not have gotten any other way. Great timing for evil.

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Reply #264 posted 08/23/18 1:45pm

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2elijah said:


NorthC said:
The simple fact that Trump talks about impeachment means he realizes that it just might happen. On the one hand, I'd say, good, the sooner he's gone the better, but on the other hand, in that case everybody could say that the bad dream is over and we can go back to business as usual, but the real problems wouldn't be solved: immigration, racism and last but not least: people losing faith in politics and that's why they don't vote. None of that would change if Trump were to be impeached.


I wouldn’t give up so fast on all of those societal issues. They’re not going to change overnight, no matter who is President. Trump’s mistake is that he used his personal prejudices, to deal with the immigration issue. He did nothing to unify Americans regarding the racial issue, because he had no interest in doing that. His ammo was using the southern strategy, to push his racist and divisive agenda, and injected that divisiveness into the immigration issue. He had no intention of unifying ‘all’ Americans. His presidency has been more like a carbon copy of ’David Duke.’



I agree with you but there is some interesting reading on the Southern Strategy. I looked into it because I live in "the South" now. Funny, no one ever calls Northern states "the North", they call them by their state name. No one calls it "Northern food" either, but somehow "Southern food" is all the same. It isn't.


https://www.nytimes.com/2...b.t-4.html



Everyone knows that race has long played a decisive role in Southern electoral politics. From the end of Reconstruction until the beginning of the civil rights era, the story goes, the national Democratic Party made room for segregationist members — and as a result dominated the South. But in the 50s and 60s, Democrats embraced the civil rights movement, costing them the white Southern vote. Meanwhile, the Republican Party successfully wooed disaffected white racists with a “Southern strategy” that championed “states’ rights.”


It’s an easy story to believe, but this year two political scientists called it into question...


...The two scholars support their claim with an extensive survey of election returns and voter surveys. To give just one example: in the 50s, among Southerners in the low-income tercile, 43 percent voted for Republican Presidential candidates, while in the high-income tercile, 53 percent voted Republican; by the 80s, those figures were 51 percent and 77 percent, respectively. Wealthy Southerners shifted rightward in droves but poorer ones didn’t.


To be sure, Shafer says, many whites in the South aggressively opposed liberal Democrats on race issues. “But when folks went to the polling booths,” he says, “they didn’t shoot off their own toes. They voted by their economic preferences, not racial preferences.” Shafer says these results should give liberals hope. “If Southern politics is about class and not race,” he says, “then they can get it back.”



David Duke actually did miserably in his last election bid here, right before Trump was elected. Trump gave DD a boost he would not have gotten any other way. Great timing for evil.

[Edited 8/23/18 12:37pm]



Thanks for the info, but Trump used the southern strategy to attract the white nationalists/KKK/nazi supporters. That is the support base I’m referring to.
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Reply #265 posted 08/23/18 2:00pm

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Musicslave said:

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Just...wow. I can't.

That comment he states that ‘everyone will be poor if he gets impeached’ says a lot about his ego. [Edited 8/23/18 6:04am]

Plus, most people ARE fucking poor already.

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Reply #266 posted 08/23/18 2:05pm

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poppys said:

benni said:

“If I ever got impeached, I think the market would crash, I think everybody would be very poor,” Trump said. “You would see numbers that you wouldn’t believe.”

Musicslave said:

Remember, only I and I alone can fix the economy (that wasn't broken when he took office, but I digress).


Fear ploys. Wow, he is SO POWERFUL he can make us all poor - or not - singlehandedly.


Well, he's GREAT with money, you see. All he needed was a one million dollar head start and like 5 bankruptices.

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Reply #267 posted 08/23/18 2:21pm

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Giuliani: If Trump were impeached 'the American people would revolt'

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(CNN)If President Donald Trump were impeached, "the American people would revolt," the President's lawyer Rudy Giuliani said in an interview with Sky News.

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"You'd only impeach him for political reasons, and the American people would revolt against that," Giuliani said Thursday.
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When asked about whether Trump was destined for "inevitable" impeachment, Giuliani replied, "Hardly," and went on to say things have, in fact, "turned very much in the President's favor."
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"I think it's inevitable that he won't" be impeached, Giuliani said. "President Trump is completely cleared. You have this Cohen guy, he doesn't know anything about Russian collusion, doesn't know anything about obstruction."
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During his interview with Sky News, Giuliani called Cohen a "massive liar."
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"I think impeachment would be totally horrible. I mean, there's no reason. He didn't collude with the Russians. He didn't obstruct justice. Everything that Cohen says has been disproved," he said.
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https://www.cnn.com/2018/08/23/politics/giuliani-donald-trump-michael-cohen/index.html

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Reply #268 posted 08/23/18 2:25pm

RodeoSchro

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Musicslave said:

Giuliani: If Trump were impeached 'the American people would revolt'

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(CNN)If President Donald Trump were impeached, "the American people would revolt," the President's lawyer Rudy Giuliani said in an interview with Sky News.

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"You'd only impeach him for political reasons, and the American people would revolt against that," Giuliani said Thursday.
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When asked about whether Trump was destined for "inevitable" impeachment, Giuliani replied, "Hardly," and went on to say things have, in fact, "turned very much in the President's favor."
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"I think it's inevitable that he won't" be impeached, Giuliani said. "President Trump is completely cleared. You have this Cohen guy, he doesn't know anything about Russian collusion, doesn't know anything about obstruction."
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During his interview with Sky News, Giuliani called Cohen a "massive liar."
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"I think impeachment would be totally horrible. I mean, there's no reason. He didn't collude with the Russians. He didn't obstruct justice. Everything that Cohen says has been disproved," he said.
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https://www.cnn.com/2018/08/23/politics/giuliani-donald-trump-michael-cohen/index.html



If we revolt, I call dibs on:

Alex Jones
Rudy Giuliani
Tucker Carlson
Big and Rich
Bill Maher
Rush Limbaugh

Second Funkiest White Man in America

P&R's paladin
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Reply #269 posted 08/23/18 2:29pm

benni

Davis confirmed on-air on CNN that Michael Cohen participated in the meeting between Donald Trump, Donald Trump Jr, and other members of the Trump campaign which took place a few days before Trump Jr met with the Russians at Trump Tower. The public first learned about this “planning meeting” when Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani blurted it out on cable news weeks ago, before later trying to walk it back. Trump then later tweeted that he didn’t know about Junior’s Russia meeting in advance. This new revelation changes things significantly.

This now means that Michael Cohen can testify that he was in the room when Donald Trump signed off on the Russia meeting in advance, and that Trump knew about the nature of the meeting. Donald Trump Jr was told in advance that the Russians in question were representing the Russian government, and that they were offering dirt on Hillary Clinton. This means Junior was committing several felonies, including attempting to receive stolen goods, and attempting to accept foreign items of value on behalf of a campaign.


eek eek eek

The above was taken from the Palmer Report -- but here is another link:


https://www.politicususa....eting.html

[Edited 8/23/18 14:31pm]

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