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Reply #60 posted 10/28/18 8:29am

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RodeoSchro said:
His very first post about the bombings was “What are the odds a leftist did this?” I replied “Just slightly less than the odds it was you”. As the facts showed, it was a Trump-supporting right-winger, so my assessment was correct.
I will give Only credit for admitting the bomber was a right-wing Trumper. Has SFA admitted that yet?

I'm a conspiracy theorist so I leave open the option that it could be a patsy. The stickers all over the van look like a plant for TV spot on CNN.

What are you outraged about today? CNN has not told you yet?
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Reply #61 posted 10/28/18 8:41am

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djThunderfunk said:


Aren't you the one that suggested that Only was the MAGA bomber? He should have reported you for that.

[Edited 10/27/18 10:03am]

His very first post about the bombings was “What are the odds a leftist did this?” I replied “Just slightly less than the odds it was you”. As the facts showed, it was a Trump-supporting right-winger, so my assessment was correct.

No one really knows 100% until the investigation is over.

What are you outraged about today? CNN has not told you yet?
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Reply #62 posted 10/28/18 8:51am

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Both sides are divisive and are putting their party's over country and the safety of all of us in it. Trump says things that rile people and Holder says things like "kick 'em when they're down". Both sides! All we can do is vote and hope things improve ON BOTH SIDES.

Whilst I absolutely say that we should condemn bombers and shooters regardless of their political leanings, it is quite ridiculous to try to suggest that both parties are equal in their causing of divisions and their hateful rhetoric, because unquestionably there is one party that is much more hateful and divisive than the other.

Respectfully disagree. Anytime I turn on any news these days, there's always a panel of talking heads yapping about guess who? Every single day, 24/7. They're all obsessed, and EVERYTHING is politicized. It's sick and sad. And why? Because people in the boardrooms know that this helps their profits. They don't care that the constant barrage of negativity can and will affect people on the edge. That's just collateral damage to them. And if people that "have lost touch with reality" don't get it from the media, they get it online...they always seem to post their intentions on social media, so you know they're on it, the place where any sane person can have their blood pressure skyrocket in short order.
No, there is enough blame to go around...and,the only thing we can really do is try not to personally add to it.
Try it. Try to watch ANY news outlet, unless there's a hurricane or some natural
disaster going on, it's all Trump, all the time. Every move he makes, every word that comes out of his mouth. And while you are watching, consider that these panels have been tasked with making profits for their corporation, whether they truly believe what they're saying, or not. Both sides.
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Reply #63 posted 10/28/18 8:54am

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maplenpg said:

RodeoSchro said: I will give Only credit for admitting the bomber was a right-wing Trumper. Has SFA admitted that yet?

I'm a conspiracy theorist so I leave open the option that it could be a patsy. The stickers all over the van look like a plant for TV spot on CNN.

Let me guess, you've been listening to Rush? The stickers weren't just put on the van. Interviews with his previous co-workers attested to that.

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Reply #64 posted 10/28/18 8:57am

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maplenpg said:
Whilst I absolutely say that we should condemn bombers and shooters regardless of their political leanings, it is quite ridiculous to try to suggest that both parties are equal in their causing of divisions and their hateful rhetoric, because unquestionably there is one party that is much more hateful and divisive than the other.
Respectfully disagree. Anytime I turn on any news these days, there's always a panel of talking heads yapping about guess who? Every single day, 24/7. They're all obsessed, and EVERYTHING is politicized. It's sick and sad. And why? Because people in the boardrooms know that this helps their profits. They don't care that the constant barrage of negativity can and will affect people on the edge. That's just collateral damage to them. And if people that "have lost touch with reality" don't get it from the media, they get it online...they always seem to post their intentions on social media, so you know they're on it, the place where any sane person can have their blood pressure skyrocket in short order. No, there is enough blame to go around...and,the only thing we can really do is try not to personally add to it. Try it. Try to watch ANY news outlet, unless there's a hurricane or some natural disaster going on, it's all Trump, all the time. Every move he makes, every word that comes out of his mouth. And while you are watching, consider that these panels have been tasked with making profits for their corporation, whether they truly believe what they're saying, or not. Both sides.

He keeps saying and doing absolutely DISGUSTING and HORRIBLE things that are affecting each and every one of us. Are we just supposed to ignore it and keep silent? I'm not. I will yap about this pig until he is in prison or dead.

"If we had had confidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."
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Reply #65 posted 10/28/18 9:14am

Camileyun

13cjk13 said:



Camileyun said:


maplenpg said:
Whilst I absolutely say that we should condemn bombers and shooters regardless of their political leanings, it is quite ridiculous to try to suggest that both parties are equal in their causing of divisions and their hateful rhetoric, because unquestionably there is one party that is much more hateful and divisive than the other.

Respectfully disagree. Anytime I turn on any news these days, there's always a panel of talking heads yapping about guess who? Every single day, 24/7. They're all obsessed, and EVERYTHING is politicized. It's sick and sad. And why? Because people in the boardrooms know that this helps their profits. They don't care that the constant barrage of negativity can and will affect people on the edge. That's just collateral damage to them. And if people that "have lost touch with reality" don't get it from the media, they get it online...they always seem to post their intentions on social media, so you know they're on it, the place where any sane person can have their blood pressure skyrocket in short order. No, there is enough blame to go around...and,the only thing we can really do is try not to personally add to it. Try it. Try to watch ANY news outlet, unless there's a hurricane or some natural disaster going on, it's all Trump, all the time. Every move he makes, every word that comes out of his mouth. And while you are watching, consider that these panels have been tasked with making profits for their corporation, whether they truly believe what they're saying, or not. Both sides.

He keeps saying and doing absolutely DISGUSTING and HORRIBLE things that are affecting each and every one of us. Are we just supposed to ignore it and keep silent? I'm not. I will yap about this pig until he is in prison or dead.


Yes, sometimes he does...No doubt, but how do his words REALLY affect your life?
If the media didn't report on everything he says, our lives would not truly be affected. One man can not have that kind of power over us, unless you allow him to. I know it's frustrating, and I can only speak for myself, but when I take a break from the news, my world keeps spinning. When you consider the media's agenda (profits...plain and simple) and everything going on in the world that they are ignoring to talk about this guy, it really is a shame.
[Edited 10/28/18 9:19am]
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Reply #66 posted 10/28/18 10:07am

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RodeoSchro said:




His very first post about the bombings was “What are the odds a leftist did this?”

I replied “Just slightly less than the odds it was you”.

As the facts showed, it was a Trump-supporting right-winger, so my assessment was correct.

I will give Only credit for admitting the bomber was a right-wing Trumper. Has SFA admitted that yet?


I don’t. He posted many times it was a “leftist”. Only irrefutable evidence in the form of his van, his social media, and his comments to workers were enough to get that admission.

Absent that he’d still be knowingly and falsely accusing “leftists” for this and most other crimes - because that’s the way he plays politics.
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Reply #67 posted 10/28/18 11:08am

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Only said the only way he would admit that it was a right winger is if he seen proof, but at that time he didn't see proof.........he always said that it was the left who did it.

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Reply #68 posted 10/28/18 11:11am

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How is shouting at someone violence?

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #69 posted 10/28/18 11:28am

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SuperFurryAnimal said:



maplenpg said:


RodeoSchro said:
His very first post about the bombings was “What are the odds a leftist did this?” I replied “Just slightly less than the odds it was you”. As the facts showed, it was a Trump-supporting right-winger, so my assessment was correct.

I will give Only credit for admitting the bomber was a right-wing Trumper. Has SFA admitted that yet?


I'm a conspiracy theorist so I leave open the option that it could be a patsy. The stickers all over the van look like a plant for TV spot on CNN.


I'm a realist so I think he's a mentally ill, right wing loon who swallowed a whole lot of Trump rhetoric (otherwise known as bullshit). However, in case conspiracies are the way to go, then I'll keep the option of him being a green alien, dressed in a human disguise, and whose only access to earthly intellect has been speeches by Obama, in the bank, you know, just in case.
If you're going to refer to people as 'scum' or 'garbage vomit', at least have a reason to do so.
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Reply #70 posted 10/28/18 11:33am

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Camileyun said:

13cjk13 said:



Camileyun said:


maplenpg said:
Whilst I absolutely say that we should condemn bombers and shooters regardless of their political leanings, it is quite ridiculous to try to suggest that both parties are equal in their causing of divisions and their hateful rhetoric, because unquestionably there is one party that is much more hateful and divisive than the other.

Respectfully disagree. Anytime I turn on any news these days, there's always a panel of talking heads yapping about guess who? Every single day, 24/7. They're all obsessed, and EVERYTHING is politicized. It's sick and sad. And why? Because people in the boardrooms know that this helps their profits. They don't care that the constant barrage of negativity can and will affect people on the edge. That's just collateral damage to them. And if people that "have lost touch with reality" don't get it from the media, they get it online...they always seem to post their intentions on social media, so you know they're on it, the place where any sane person can have their blood pressure skyrocket in short order. No, there is enough blame to go around...and,the only thing we can really do is try not to personally add to it. Try it. Try to watch ANY news outlet, unless there's a hurricane or some natural disaster going on, it's all Trump, all the time. Every move he makes, every word that comes out of his mouth. And while you are watching, consider that these panels have been tasked with making profits for their corporation, whether they truly believe what they're saying, or not. Both sides.

He keeps saying and doing absolutely DISGUSTING and HORRIBLE things that are affecting each and every one of us. Are we just supposed to ignore it and keep silent? I'm not. I will yap about this pig until he is in prison or dead.


Yes, sometimes he does...No doubt, but how do his words REALLY affect your life?
If the media didn't report on everything he says, our lives would not truly be affected. One man can not have that kind of power over us, unless you allow him to. I know it's frustrating, and I can only speak for myself, but when I take a break from the news, my world keeps spinning. When you consider the media's agenda (profits...plain and simple) and everything going on in the world that they are ignoring to talk about this guy, it really is a shame.
[Edited 10/28/18 9:19am]

Maybe personally I'm not affected, but I care about other people other than myself, and ignoring the hatred and mockery of minority groups, or people with opinions that differ from his own, cannot and will not happen. He only has power if no-one challenges him.
If you're going to refer to people as 'scum' or 'garbage vomit', at least have a reason to do so.
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Reply #71 posted 10/28/18 12:44pm

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So as expected and seen here on a daily basis, The right-wingers are hitting all the networks to deny that Trump as his rhetoric had any impact on all of the lunacy and violence that he has fanned. That he has literally fanned on a daily basis.
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Reply #72 posted 10/28/18 1:42pm

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maplenpg said:

Camileyun said:


Yes, sometimes he does...No doubt, but how do his words REALLY affect your life?
If the media didn't report on everything he says, our lives would not truly be affected. One man can not have that kind of power over us, unless you allow him to. I know it's frustrating, and I can only speak for myself, but when I take a break from the news, my world keeps spinning. When you consider the media's agenda (profits...plain and simple) and everything going on in the world that they are ignoring to talk about this guy, it really is a shame.
[Edited 10/28/18 9:19am]

Maybe personally I'm not affected, but I care about other people other than myself, and ignoring the hatred and mockery of minority groups, or people with opinions that differ from his own, cannot and will not happen. He only has power if no-one challenges him.

I totally agree, there's a ton of ignorance in this world. I'd just rather not dwell on it, like some. Most of those people won't change...at least that has been my experience, so I consider the source. I'm not telling anyone else what to do...whatever works for you...I just refuse to let stupidity in others get the better of me. You're right that he should be challenged, but he is who he is and won't be around forever, so there's that!
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Reply #73 posted 10/28/18 2:02pm

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

So as expected and seen here on a daily basis, The right-wingers are hitting all the networks to deny that Trump as his rhetoric had any impact on all of the lunacy and violence that he has fanned. That he has literally fanned on a daily basis.

Who is doing that?
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Reply #74 posted 10/28/18 5:50pm

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

So as expected and seen here on a daily basis, The right-wingers are hitting all the networks to deny that Trump as his rhetoric had any impact on all of the lunacy and violence that he has fanned. That he has literally fanned on a daily basis.


Trump is more at fault for these than anyone.

Time and time again he’s given legitimacy to hate
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Reply #75 posted 10/28/18 6:04pm

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2freaky4church1 said:

How is shouting at someone violence?

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Mental intimidation can be violence

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Reply #76 posted 10/28/18 7:49pm

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Camileyun said:

maplenpg said:
Maybe personally I'm not affected, but I care about other people other than myself, and ignoring the hatred and mockery of minority groups, or people with opinions that differ from his own, cannot and will not happen. He only has power if no-one challenges him.
I totally agree, there's a ton of ignorance in this world. I'd just rather not dwell on it, like some. Most of those people won't change...at least that has been my experience, so I consider the source. I'm not telling anyone else what to do...whatever works for you...I just refuse to let stupidity in others get the better of me. You're right that he should be challenged, but he is who he is and won't be around forever, so there's that!

If people would start standing up and speaking out, then there will be change. For people to say they are who they are, nothing I can do about it, there is something you can do about it. Call the hate out, don't just sweep it under the rug. Nothing will change unless WE change it.


We all have to be more pro-active. If we see nut cases on social media, don't assume that someone else reported it, report it yourself. If one of my friends were saying this crazy stuff on social media how they are going to kill people, or shoot up a church or school, I'm going to report it, I'm not going to wait for someone else to do it.

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Reply #77 posted 10/28/18 8:44pm

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RodeoSchro said:

Ugot2shakesumthin said:

So as expected and seen here on a daily basis, The right-wingers are hitting all the networks to deny that Trump as his rhetoric had any impact on all of the lunacy and violence that he has fanned. That he has literally fanned on a daily basis.


Trump is more at fault for these than anyone.

Time and time again he’s given legitimacy to hate


The grotesque part about the right-wingers weekend media blitz was less about sympathy for victims and far more about covering their ass.
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Reply #78 posted 10/29/18 6:14am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

RodeoSchro said:
Trump is more at fault for these than anyone. Time and time again he’s given legitimacy to hate
The grotesque part about the right-wingers weekend media blitz was less about sympathy for victims and far more about covering their ass.

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Especially their fearless leader's ass. They have made the calculation a long time ago that they were going to ride this trump train all the way out until....... it costs them their seats (House or Senate). Then and only then will they begin to turn on the prez and look out for themselves.

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The challenge for them is, he's still popular with their deep red districts. So what they need is courage. Since they don't have it. They'll ride it until his poll numbers are in the tank locally.

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Reply #79 posted 10/29/18 7:54am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

RodeoSchro said:
Trump is more at fault for these than anyone. Time and time again he’s given legitimacy to hate
The grotesque part about the right-wingers weekend media blitz was less about sympathy for victims and far more about covering their ass.



That's because the GOP plays for the name on the back of the jersey instead of the name on the front.

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Reply #80 posted 10/29/18 7:57am

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Musicslave said:

Ugot2shakesumthin said:

RodeoSchro said: The grotesque part about the right-wingers weekend media blitz was less about sympathy for victims and far more about covering their ass.

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Especially their fearless leader's ass. They have made the calculation a long time ago that they were going to ride this trump train all the way out until....... it costs them their seats (House or Senate). Then and only then will they begin to turn on the prez and look out for themselves.

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The challenge for them is, he's still popular with their deep red districts. So what they need is courage. Since they don't have it. They'll ride it until his poll numbers are in the tank locally.




Republicans have no courage. After all, they voted for Trump, didn't they?

Most of Trump's supporters are Christians. This means that they voted for a "man" who they knew: (1) cheated on all three of his wives; (2) had affairs with porn stars and Playmates; (3) bragged about trying to screw another man's wife; and (4) said despite all that and more, he had never asked God for forgiveness.

Christian Republicans put tax cuts in front of the Ten Commandments.

That's because they're cowards.

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Reply #81 posted 10/29/18 8:34am

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RodeoSchro said:

Musicslave said:

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Especially their fearless leader's ass. They have made the calculation a long time ago that they were going to ride this trump train all the way out until....... it costs them their seats (House or Senate). Then and only then will they begin to turn on the prez and look out for themselves.

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The challenge for them is, he's still popular with their deep red districts. So what they need is courage. Since they don't have it. They'll ride it until his poll numbers are in the tank locally.




Republicans have no courage. After all, they voted for Trump, didn't they?

Most of Trump's supporters are Christians. This means that they voted for a "man" who they knew: (1) cheated on all three of his wives; (2) had affairs with porn stars and Playmates; (3) bragged about trying to screw another man's wife; and (4) said despite all that and more, he had never asked God for forgiveness.

Christian Republicans put tax cuts in front of the Ten Commandments.

That's because they're cowards.

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As far as I'm concerned, the republicans sold their souls once they made him the nomineee in 2016. Since then, they figured they can't touch him or they'll get "primaried" if they do. Heaven forbid him twitting bad about them. He has them by the nutsack and he won't let go until he achieves everything he wants while in office.

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And yes, it's sickening to hear the christians claim that if you don't vote republican in Nov, you will lose your Christian Freedoms. Franklin Graham is one of the worse. "The freedom to preach the lifesaving Gospel of Jesus Christ and to live our lives for Him is under attack like never before, and we must stand together and make sure we vote."

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RodeoSchro said:




Republicans have no courage. After all, they voted for Trump, didn't they?

Most of Trump's supporters are Christians. This means that they voted for a "man" who they knew: (1) cheated on all three of his wives; (2) had affairs with porn stars and Playmates; (3) bragged about trying to screw another man's wife; and (4) said despite all that and more, he had never asked God for forgiveness.

Christian Republicans put tax cuts in front of the Ten Commandments.

That's because they're cowards.

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As far as I'm concerned, the republicans sold their souls once they made him the nomineee in 2016. Since then, they figured they can't touch him or they'll get "primaried" if they do. Heaven forbid him twitting bad about them. He has them by the nutsack and he won't let go until he achieves everything he wants while in office.

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And yes, it's sickening to hear the christians claim that if you don't vote republican in Nov, you will lose your Christian Freedoms. Franklin Graham is one of the worse. "The freedom to preach the lifesaving Gospel of Jesus Christ and to live our lives for Him is under attack like never before, and we must stand together and make sure we vote."




Simple message for all Republican Christians:

By supporting Donald Trump, yo uare putting tax cuts in front of the Ten Commandments.

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Reply #83 posted 10/29/18 9:43am

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free2bFreeda2 said:

October 26 2018 Cesar Sayoc Jr., who is accused of sending explosive packages to several of the president's critics, in a photo taken from social media. AVENTURA, Fla. — On Twitter, Cesar Sayoc Jr. lashed out at immigrants, gun control advocates, and prominent Democratic politicians. : https://www.nytimes.com/2...ested.html 🤔 (please stay on topic) [Edited 10/26/18 22:31pm]

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He is a Filipino/Italian person who has no identity except through his white surrogate dad, donald trump. He idolized Adolf Hitler for his ethic cleansing philosophy. He idolize trump, believing he actually cared about him. So he did his father's dirty bidding by threatening or attempting to murder anyone that criticize his dad.

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One of the biggest proofs of his derangement is that fact that he's not white himself. Much like Hitler not being blonde haired or blue eyed either but proclaimed the master race should have those traits.

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Unfortunately he's not the only one that hears the bullhorn of racism when trump speaks from his bully pulpit.

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Reply #84 posted 10/29/18 9:45am

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RodeoSchro said:

Musicslave said:

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As far as I'm concerned, the republicans sold their souls once they made him the nomineee in 2016. Since then, they figured they can't touch him or they'll get "primaried" if they do. Heaven forbid him twitting bad about them. He has them by the nutsack and he won't let go until he achieves everything he wants while in office.

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And yes, it's sickening to hear the christians claim that if you don't vote republican in Nov, you will lose your Christian Freedoms. Franklin Graham is one of the worse. "The freedom to preach the lifesaving Gospel of Jesus Christ and to live our lives for Him is under attack like never before, and we must stand together and make sure we vote."




Simple message for all Republican Christians:

By supporting Donald Trump, yo uare putting tax cuts in front of the Ten Commandments.

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Yup. They've made him an idol too. Another violation of the Commandments.

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Reply #85 posted 10/29/18 10:52am

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A suspicious package addressed to CNN's office in Atlanta was intercepted on Monday, the network said, adding that all of its mail is being screened off-site.

The announcement comes three days after the FBI arrested Cesar Altieri Sayoc and accused him of trying to send improvised explosive devices to high-profile Democrats and media targets. He is facing charges for five federal crimes, including the illegal mailing of explosives.

The Atlanta package is "similar in appearance to the others" that were addressed to CNN, the FBI said shortly after noon on Monday.

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Reply #86 posted 10/29/18 11:00am

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PennyPurple said:

A suspicious package addressed to CNN's office in Atlanta was intercepted on Monday, the network said, adding that all of its mail is being screened off-site.

The announcement comes three days after the FBI arrested Cesar Altieri Sayoc and accused him of trying to send improvised explosive devices to high-profile Democrats and media targets. He is facing charges for five federal crimes, including the illegal mailing of explosives.

The Atlanta package is "similar in appearance to the others" that were addressed to CNN, the FBI said shortly after noon on Monday.



Republican assassin Cesar Soyac will not speak to the authorities. So they don't know how many more bombs are out there.

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Reply #87 posted 10/29/18 11:03am

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PennyPurple said:

A suspicious package addressed to CNN's office in Atlanta was intercepted on Monday, the network said, adding that all of its mail is being screened off-site.

The announcement comes three days after the FBI arrested Cesar Altieri Sayoc and accused him of trying to send improvised explosive devices to high-profile Democrats and media targets. He is facing charges for five federal crimes, including the illegal mailing of explosives.

The Atlanta package is "similar in appearance to the others" that were addressed to CNN, the FBI said shortly after noon on Monday.



Republican assassin Cesar Soyac will not speak to the authorities. So they don't know how many more bombs are out there.

Wonder if he's having someone else mail some?

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Reply #88 posted 10/29/18 11:04am

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PennyPurple said:

RodeoSchro said:



Republican assassin Cesar Soyac will not speak to the authorities. So they don't know how many more bombs are out there.

Wonder if he's having someone else mail some?




That's a very interesting thought. They haven't said they've found anyone else's SNA or fingerprints, so let's hope that Sayoc was a lone Republican assassin.

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Reply #89 posted 10/29/18 11:05am

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WHO IS CESAR SOYAC?

He is the guy that tried to assassinate two former United States presidents.

Don't let anyone sugarcoat that.

He tried to assassinate two former United States presidents.

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