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Reply #30 posted 10/23/18 9:21am

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poppys said:

See the source image

Warms my heart every time I see it...just like the ending of "It's a Wonderful Life" lol

It's beautiful.

"If we had had confidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."
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Reply #31 posted 10/23/18 10:51am

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Another classic. The good part starts around 40 sec.

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Reply #32 posted 10/23/18 11:22am

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Another classic. The good part starts around 40 sec.

My only regret....that they didn't tear him limb from limb, like that guy a the end of Tennessee Williams's "Suddenly Last Summer"

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Reply #33 posted 10/23/18 1:51pm

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Another classic. The good part starts around 40 sec.

My only regret....that they didn't tear him limb from limb, like that guy a the end of Tennessee Williams's "Suddenly Last Summer"

Hopefully, next time!!

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Reply #34 posted 10/23/18 2:05pm

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White Nationalist Richard Spencer’s Wife Says In Divorce Filings That He Physically And Emotionally Abused Her



https://www.buzzfeednews....llegations

The wife of Richard Spencer, the white nationalist leader, has accused him of being “physically, emotionally, verbally and financially abusive” throughout their marriage, according to divorce filings in Flathead County District Court in Montana.

Nina Koupriianova, who married Spencer in August 2010 and has two young children with him, alleges that Spencer physically abused her, including instances where she was “being hit, being grabbed, being dragged around by her hair, being held down in a manner causing bruising, and being prevented from calling for help.”

Koupriianova — who went by Kouprianova in some public interviews and N.K. in the documents — “has been reluctant to call police or seek an order of protection for fear of further reprisal by” Spencer, her lawyers said in court documents. “Much of the abuse has occurred in the presence of the parties’ children.”

In January 2011, about five months after their civil wedding ceremony and three weeks before their church wedding ceremony, Koupriianova said that Spencer dragged her down the stairs by her “legs, arms and hair” and threw her on a couch, resulting in bruises.

In 2012, she said, Spencer “had me down on the ground smashing my head into the floor.” She added, “I remember feeling ashamed that the neighbors might hear what’s going on.”

In early July 2014, Koupriianova said that when she was four months pregnant, Spencer “got on top of me, held me down with his bodyweight, and held me by my neck and lower jaw,” which she said caused bruising.

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Reply #35 posted 10/23/18 2:17pm

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^^ Yup, these types are ALWAYS the worst cowards and wife-beaters.

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Reply #36 posted 10/23/18 2:51pm

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^^ Yup, these types are ALWAYS the worst cowards and wife-beaters.


She doesn’t deserve to be abused, but at the same time she knew what he was about. Besides that, divorce is the best weapon she can use against him.
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Reply #37 posted 10/23/18 3:53pm

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I want to see some white supremists go into black neighborhoods. They must not know that African Americans today are not like we were in 1950.

I wish they would too, so my friends and I can have some fun.

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Reply #38 posted 10/23/18 6:27pm

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uPtoWnNY said:



tmo1965 said:


I want to see some white supremists go into black neighborhoods. They must not know that African Americans today are not like we were in 1950.




I wish they would too, so my friends and I can have some fun.



Right but in saying so I just don't see that happening. People have been watching the polls a long time. Distrustful of them before Trump era. It is not just radicals that do not trust the voting system.
What are you outraged about today? CNN has not told you yet?
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Reply #39 posted 10/23/18 6:31pm

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2elijah said:


Let them try...they’ll get exactly what they’re asking for.

.....or just a little MORE than they are asking 4.


Question. Do you trust the polls? Do you trust the people in charge of voting? When President Bush was elected President I seem to recall a conspiracy that he owned the voting machines.
What are you outraged about today? CNN has not told you yet?
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Reply #40 posted 10/23/18 6:35pm

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Not sure how they think they'll accomplish anything...there are laws against protesting within a certain distance of a polling place...Don't most people get mail-in ballots these days?


Yep laws against going close to voting locations with political signs. Not enough white supremacists to really care to go harrass voters. People monitoring the voting process is another can of worms. More conspiracy theories.
What are you outraged about today? CNN has not told you yet?
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Reply #41 posted 10/24/18 8:53am

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Expect them to be rude. Vote anyway.

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Reply #42 posted 10/24/18 9:41am

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We're having a Get Out The Vote rally at a park this Saturday. I hope it's peaceful.

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Reply #43 posted 10/24/18 10:39am

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RodeoSchro said:

We're having a Get Out The Vote rally at a park this Saturday. I hope it's peaceful.

In Texas ? You might never know ....

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Reply #44 posted 10/24/18 11:12am

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jjhunsecker said:

RodeoSchro said:

We're having a Get Out The Vote rally at a park this Saturday. I hope it's peaceful.

In Texas ? You might never know ....




BETO!!!! clapping clapping clapping clapping clapping clapping

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Reply #45 posted 10/24/18 11:16am

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2elijah said:

poppys said:

^^ Yup, these types are ALWAYS the worst cowards and wife-beaters.

She doesn’t deserve to be abused, but at the same time she knew what he was about. Besides that, divorce is the best weapon she can use against him.

Yes if he did this to her 2 weeks before they got married, she shouldn't have married him.

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Reply #46 posted 10/24/18 11:44am

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jjhunsecker said:

RodeoSchro said:

We're having a Get Out The Vote rally at a park this Saturday. I hope it's peaceful.

In Texas ? You might never know ....



Should I let the "Proud Boys" know about it? biggrin

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Reply #47 posted 10/24/18 11:46am

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RodeoSchro said:

jjhunsecker said:

In Texas ? You might never know ....



Should I let the "Proud Boys" know about it? biggrin

They probably already do

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Reply #48 posted 10/24/18 9:12pm

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Cinny said:

Expect them to be rude. Vote anyway.

They are going to exist any way, in any forum, shape or form. mad

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Reply #49 posted 10/31/18 11:32am

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It's going to be hard to let the "Proud Boys" know about anything now - just like that fat fuck Alex Jones, they've been kicked off Facebook. The Proud Boys have also been kicked off Instagram but I think that fat fuck Alex Jones is still somehow on Instagram:

https://www.wonkette.com/...-instagram

On Tuesday, Facebook and Instagram announced that they had banned several accounts related to the Proud Boys and Gavin McInnes, citing their "policies against hate organizations and figures." The Proud Boys, as you are surely aware by now, are a Republican street gang known for brutally assaulting leftw...rotestors, reenacting political assassinations, and being able to name five brands of cereal while being beaten up by members of the group.


Via Buzzfeed:

"Our team continues to study trends in organized hate and hate speech and works with partners to better understand hate organizations as they evolve," a Facebook spokesperson told BuzzFeed News. "We ban these organizations and individuals from our platforms and also remove all praise and support when we become aware of it. We will continue to review content, Pages, and people that violate our policies, take action against hate speech and hate organizations to help keep our community safe."

Facebook says it hasn't gotten to banning all of the groups associated with the Proud Boys just yet, because there are a lot of them, but has assured Buzzfeed that the purge will continue.

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Reply #50 posted 10/31/18 12:54pm

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Must not be allowed
No one is coming for your abortion: they just want common-sense abortion regulations: background checks, waiting periods, lifetime limits, take a class, and a small tax.
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Reply #51 posted 10/31/18 1:01pm

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

Must not be allowed



You misspelled "Hate speech must not be allowed" but we knew what you meant!

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Reply #52 posted 10/31/18 3:24pm

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purplethunder3121 said:

Cinny said:

Expect them to be rude. Vote anyway.

They are going to exist any way, in any forum, shape or form. mad


They might be loud, but they can be knocked down with enough votes.

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Reply #53 posted 11/01/18 4:11am

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RodeoSchro said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

Must not be allowed



You misspelled "Hate speech must not be allowed" but we knew what you meant!

you got i wrong... do not put words in my mouth.


And as it is Thursday here is a fitting TBT



remember when these fellas intimidated voters at a polling place on election day?




Must Not Be Allowed!



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No one is coming for your abortion: they just want common-sense abortion regulations: background checks, waiting periods, lifetime limits, take a class, and a small tax.
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Reply #54 posted 11/01/18 5:05am

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You'd had 40 odd years of proven voter suppression and Trump still can't win the popular vote, time is running out guys, best get behind your compounds before its too late.

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Reply #55 posted 11/02/18 12:44pm

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Michael Cohen says Trump repeatedly used racist language before his Presidency

Source: Vanity Fair

During our conversation, Cohen recalled a discussion at Trump Tower, following the then-candidate’s return from a campaign rally during the 2016 election cycle. Cohen had watched the rally on TV and noticed that the crowd was largely caucasian. He offered this observation to his boss. “I told Trump that the rally looked vanilla on television. Trump responded, ‘That’s because black people are too stupid to vote for me.’” (The White House did not respond to multiple requests for comment.)


This conversation, he noted, was reminiscent of an exchange that the two men had engaged in years earlier, after Nelson Mandela’s death. “He said to me, ‘Name one country run by a black person that’s not a shithole,’ and then he added, ‘Name one city,’” Cohen recalled, a statement that echoed the president’s alleged comments about African nations earlier this year. (White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders denied those comments at the time. She added that “no one here is going to pretend like the president is always politically correct—he isn’t.” She subsequently noted that it was “one of the reasons the American people love him.”)

Cohen also recounted a conversation he had with Trump in the late 2000s, while they were traveling to Chicago for a Trump International Hotel board meeting. “We were going from the airport to the hotel, and we drove through what looked like a rougher neighborhood. Trump made a comment to me, saying that only the blacks could live like this.” After the first few seasons of The Apprentice, Cohen recalled how he and Trump were discussing the reality show and past-season winners. The conversation wended its way back to the show’s first season, which ended in a head-to-head between two contestants, Bill Rancic and Kwame Jackson. “Trump was explaining his back-and-forth about not picking Jackson,” an African-American investment manager who had graduated from Harvard Business School. “He said, ‘There’s no way I can let this black f-g win.’” (Jackson told me that he had heard that the president made such a comment. “My response to President Trump is simple and Wakandan,” he said, referring to the fictional African country where Black Panther hails from. “‘Not today, colonizer!’”)

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Reply #56 posted 11/02/18 2:34pm

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13cjk13 said:

Michael Cohen says Trump repeatedly used racist language before his Presidency

Source: Vanity Fair

During our conversation, Cohen recalled a discussion at Trump Tower, following the then-candidate’s return from a campaign rally during the 2016 election cycle. Cohen had watched the rally on TV and noticed that the crowd was largely caucasian. He offered this observation to his boss. “I told Trump that the rally looked vanilla on television. Trump responded, ‘That’s because black people are too stupid to vote for me.’” (The White House did not respond to multiple requests for comment.)


This conversation, he noted, was reminiscent of an exchange that the two men had engaged in years earlier, after Nelson Mandela’s death. “He said to me, ‘Name one country run by a black person that’s not a shithole,’ and then he added, ‘Name one city,’” Cohen recalled, a statement that echoed the president’s alleged comments about African nations earlier this year. (White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders denied those comments at the time. She added that “no one here is going to pretend like the president is always politically correct—he isn’t.” She subsequently noted that it was “one of the reasons the American people love him.”)

Cohen also recounted a conversation he had with Trump in the late 2000s, while they were traveling to Chicago for a Trump International Hotel board meeting. “We were going from the airport to the hotel, and we drove through what looked like a rougher neighborhood. Trump made a comment to me, saying that only the blacks could live like this.” After the first few seasons of The Apprentice, Cohen recalled how he and Trump were discussing the reality show and past-season winners. The conversation wended its way back to the show’s first season, which ended in a head-to-head between two contestants, Bill Rancic and Kwame Jackson. “Trump was explaining his back-and-forth about not picking Jackson,” an African-American investment manager who had graduated from Harvard Business School. “He said, ‘There’s no way I can let this black f-g win.’” (Jackson told me that he had heard that the president made such a comment. “My response to President Trump is simple and Wakandan,” he said, referring to the fictional African country where Black Panther hails from. “‘Not today, colonizer!’”)



eek I will never understand why people continue to support this guy - unless they feel exactly the same.

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Reply #57 posted 11/02/18 2:58pm

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OnlyNDaUsa said:



RodeoSchro said:




OnlyNDaUsa said:


Must not be allowed



You misspelled "Hate speech must not be allowed" but we knew what you meant!





you got i wrong... do not put words in my mouth.


And as it is Thursday here is a fitting TBT



remember when these fellas intimidated voters at a polling place on election day?




Must Not Be Allowed!




They were called out on it. On the other hand, it’s dangerous when a president of a country preaches hate, uses intimidation and fear to spread lies, and encourages violence and racial division. That would be trump.
Rest in Power Elijah Cummings. Thank you for your fight for human rights/justice. Your legacy will never die in vain.
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Reply #58 posted 11/02/18 3:00pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:



13cjk13 said:


Michael Cohen says Trump repeatedly used racist language before his Presidency





Source: Vanity Fair

During our conversation, Cohen recalled a discussion at Trump Tower, following the then-candidate’s return from a campaign rally during the 2016 election cycle. Cohen had watched the rally on TV and noticed that the crowd was largely caucasian. He offered this observation to his boss. “I told Trump that the rally looked vanilla on television. Trump responded, ‘That’s because black people are too stupid to vote for me.’” (The White House did not respond to multiple requests for comment.)


This conversation, he noted, was reminiscent of an exchange that the two men had engaged in years earlier, after Nelson Mandela’s death. “He said to me, ‘Name one country run by a black person that’s not a shithole,’ and then he added, ‘Name one city,’” Cohen recalled, a statement that echoed the president’s alleged comments about African nations earlier this year. (White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders denied those comments at the time. She added that “no one here is going to pretend like the president is always politically correct—he isn’t.” She subsequently noted that it was “one of the reasons the American people love him.”)

Cohen also recounted a conversation he had with Trump in the late 2000s, while they were traveling to Chicago for a Trump International Hotel board meeting. “We were going from the airport to the hotel, and we drove through what looked like a rougher neighborhood. Trump made a comment to me, saying that only the blacks could live like this.” After the first few seasons of The Apprentice, Cohen recalled how he and Trump were discussing the reality show and past-season winners. The conversation wended its way back to the show’s first season, which ended in a head-to-head between two contestants, Bill Rancic and Kwame Jackson. “Trump was explaining his back-and-forth about not picking Jackson,” an African-American investment manager who had graduated from Harvard Business School. “He said, ‘There’s no way I can let this black f-g win.’” (Jackson told me that he had heard that the president made such a comment. “My response to President Trump is simple and Wakandan,” he said, referring to the fictional African country where Black Panther hails from. “‘Not today, colonizer!’”)





eek I will never understand why people continue to support this guy - unless they feel exactly the same.


They don’t have any common sense and it shows that anyone can con them.
Rest in Power Elijah Cummings. Thank you for your fight for human rights/justice. Your legacy will never die in vain.
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Reply #59 posted 11/02/18 3:26pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:

13cjk13 said:

Michael Cohen says Trump repeatedly used racist language before his Presidency

Source: Vanity Fair

During our conversation, Cohen recalled a discussion at Trump Tower, following the then-candidate’s return from a campaign rally during the 2016 election cycle. Cohen had watched the rally on TV and noticed that the crowd was largely caucasian. He offered this observation to his boss. “I told Trump that the rally looked vanilla on television. Trump responded, ‘That’s because black people are too stupid to vote for me.’” (The White House did not respond to multiple requests for comment.)


This conversation, he noted, was reminiscent of an exchange that the two men had engaged in years earlier, after Nelson Mandela’s death. “He said to me, ‘Name one country run by a black person that’s not a shithole,’ and then he added, ‘Name one city,’” Cohen recalled, a statement that echoed the president’s alleged comments about African nations earlier this year. (White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders denied those comments at the time. She added that “no one here is going to pretend like the president is always politically correct—he isn’t.” She subsequently noted that it was “one of the reasons the American people love him.”)

Cohen also recounted a conversation he had with Trump in the late 2000s, while they were traveling to Chicago for a Trump International Hotel board meeting. “We were going from the airport to the hotel, and we drove through what looked like a rougher neighborhood. Trump made a comment to me, saying that only the blacks could live like this.” After the first few seasons of The Apprentice, Cohen recalled how he and Trump were discussing the reality show and past-season winners. The conversation wended its way back to the show’s first season, which ended in a head-to-head between two contestants, Bill Rancic and Kwame Jackson. “Trump was explaining his back-and-forth about not picking Jackson,” an African-American investment manager who had graduated from Harvard Business School. “He said, ‘There’s no way I can let this black f-g win.’” (Jackson told me that he had heard that the president made such a comment. “My response to President Trump is simple and Wakandan,” he said, referring to the fictional African country where Black Panther hails from. “‘Not today, colonizer!’”)



eek I will never understand why people continue to support this guy - unless they feel exactly the same.

His supporters don't care at all.

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