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#1 PUBBY

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Posted 14 September 2016 - 02:53 PM

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It rings of truth.

 

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Posted 14 September 2016 - 04:37 PM

Man!   You are in an all-out, foaming-at-the-mouth-she's-gonna-lose-panic stage.


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Calling an illegal alien an "undocumented worker" is like calling a drug dealer an "unlicensed pharmacist".

 

 

I guess you haven't been to Detroit recently?  Or, Newark or East St.Louis or Gary, IN, or Stockton, CA?

 

You know, those bastions of liberal Democrat government that have been so successful in attracting wealthy, educated leaders and businesspeople.  Progressive people,  who have uplifted the poorer of their brethren, so their city can be that bright example of how well Socialism works.


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Posted 14 September 2016 - 05:36 PM

Unless this is presented as humor then you're only destroying your own credibility.
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Posted 14 September 2016 - 05:58 PM

Man!   You are in an all-out, foaming-at-the-mouth-she's-gonna-lose-panic stage.

 

dogs:

 

When dealing in a political milieu in which Vlad Putin is a participant and manipulator and the primary actor is a three time loser (bankruptcy) whose veracity earns this editorial note ANYWHERE:

 

 

Editor’s note: Donald Trump regularly incites political violence and is a serial liar, rampant xenophobe, racist, misogynist and birther who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims — 1.6 billion members of an entire religion — from entering the U.S.

 

I have no intention of sitting on the sidelines while the most authoritarian personality ... one that rivals folks whose rise in power has led to the death of over 100 million people in world history.

 

Compare these two graphs from the politicalcompass.org.

 

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What you see is that Hitler is a bit more middle of the road in the left-right wing dimension but Trump is off the scale in terms of his authoritarianism.   What bothers me is that you folks seem oblivious ... about as oblivious as the average German in post Weimar Germany - whom if you knew history actually did elect Hitler to office.

 

Let me share with you an excerpt from a letter penned by Abraham Lincoln in 1855; another troubled time and also a time when anti-immigrant fervor was impacting the body politic as it is now.  Lincoln said:

 

 

I am not a Know-Nothing. That is certain. How could I be? How can any one who abhors the oppression of negroes, be in favor of degrading classes of white people? Our progress in degeneracy appears to me to be pretty rapid. As a nation, we begin by declaring that "all men are created equal." We now practically read it "all men are created equal, except negroes." When the Know-Nothings get control, it will read "all men are created equal, except negroes, and foreigners, and catholics." When it comes to this I should prefer emigrating to some country where they make no pretence of loving liberty-to Russia, for instance, where despotism can be taken pure, and without the base alloy of hypocracy.

 

The point of Lincoln's quote is that he saw the ascension to power of the tribal "know-nothings" as an existential threat to the republic.

 

My reading is that we are in a similar circumstance. I also know that we as a people rejected the know-nothing attitude then and I expect us to reject it now.  Certainly, I don't see anything great about an America under Trump.

 

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Posted 14 September 2016 - 06:06 PM

Unless this is presented as humor then you're only destroying your own credibility.

That ship sailed years ago when he sold his soul to the Democratic party.


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Posted 14 September 2016 - 10:57 PM

Unless this is presented as humor then you're only destroying your own credibility.

 

You think I'm out there, consider this analysis by the pro's (political scientists) that maintain the politicalcompass.org site.

 

 

Despite most polls indicating that Bernie Sanders would fare significantly better than Clinton against Trump, the party clearly wanted Hillary. This surely suggests that when push comes to shove, the Democratic establishment would prefer Hillary to lose the presidency than Sanders to win it. On the other hand, a large section of the GOP mainstream is probably uncomfortable enough with their blustering billionaire to swing behind Hillary — but never Sanders.

 

It remains a mystery to us why Sanders chose to describe himself — incorrectly — as a socialist, and in America of all countries. His position is that of a mainstream social democrat — a Keynesian in the mould of the New Deal, and the mainstream left in all other democracies. You wouldn't need a degree in marketing to see that 'social democrat' would be a much more appealing self-description, so why did he insist on such an unhelpful misnomer? It was helpful, though, to his right wing primaries opponent, who was able to present herself as a centrist, between an off the wall socialist and a quasi-fascist. In this most paradox-packed electoral circus, some of Trump's professed economic positions are actually closer to Bernie's than to Hillary's. Trump’s extremism is on the social scale rather than the economic one. Like Sanders — and unlike Clinton — Trump supported a decent minimum wage from the start, wants free education in state universities, has supported universal health care, consistently opposed the Transpacific Partnership Agreement and wants more bank regulation. Considering the cosy relationship that the Clintons and Trump have enjoyed until almost yesterday (reflected by Trump’s generous support for both Hillary’s senatorial campaigns and the Clinton Foundation) the mercurial Donald's differences may be less than they presently appear. Is it beyond all possibility that a Trump 'bi-partisan' presidency might include a role for his old friend Hillary?

 

Sanders now unequivocally supports the Democratic nominee, yet his positions are actually far closer to those of Jill Stein, leader of the Greens. The party that Bernie barely belongs to is apparently more important than the principles that he's passionately espoused for so long. In the twilight of his political career Sanders might have taken a bolder move than merely conforming to the expectations of ideologically arthritic liberals who will settle for a lesser-of-two-evils electoral exercise, as they have done for decades. Instead Sanders wants to rally his impressive legion of supporters behind a candidate representing the very things that they've been consistently revolting against! Was he so terrified by the prospect of a Trump presidency that he dumped the chance to strike a real blow against the one percent by joining Stein and launching the most formidable third party challenge in decades? Or might he have been a Judas sheep all along? Clinton can now be expected to toss a few crumbs to the Sandernistas in an attempt to prevent them bolting to the Greens. Whatever she says about issues like the minimum wage, the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, fracking and Medicare between now and November is unlikely to be honoured in office. Even if she wanted to break the habit of a career and significantly swing towards the 99 percent, her donors like Walmart, McDonalds, Wall Street and so many others simply wouldn't permit it.

 

It's a measure of how far the fulcrum has swung to the right that under President Eisenhower (1953-61) — a Republican no less — the top tax rate was just over 90 percent. Sanders, however, has been depicted in much of the mainstream media as 'far-left' for wanting to raise the tax ceiling to 52 percent!

 

The Greens and the Libertarians have been shamefully sidelined by a skewed system that cries out for democratic reforms, serious curbs on corporate campaign funding and the implementation of a form of proportional representation that most democracies take for granted.

 

There is no stronger single indicator of authoritarianism and state power than a willingness to execute. A number of Libertarian Party supporters have correctly pointed out to us that, contrary to our assertions, Gary Johnson no longer supports the death penalty. (According to On The Issues and other sources, in 1996 Johnson said that he even favoured capital punishment in certain circumstances for children as young as 13 and 14. The following year he introduced a bill to actually expand the death penalty.) However he no longer supports it because of the risk of innocent people being executed. This is nevertheless a far less socially libertarian position than that held by Jill Stein, an unequivocal life-long opponent of the principle of state executions, regardless of innocence or guilt. While Johnson now sees the death penalty as 'flawed', Stein describes it as 'barbaric'. In certain other social issues they hold similar perspectives. Economically they differ enormously. Johnson holds deep admiration for Ayn Rand (The Virtue of Selfishness) whose social Darwinism is anathema to the Green Party leader. Stein, like Sanders, identifies the incompatibility of the prevailing economic orthodoxy with the ecological imperative.

 

Are the fat cat vulgarian and the hawkish pin-up girl of Wall Street really the finest minds and noblest characters that America could come up with for its highest office? Identity politics will, again, triumph. We’ve had a black leader. Now it will be cool to have a woman, right? Thinking progressives, however, might reflect on the uncomfortable truth that a President Trump would be relentlessly scrutinised, criticised and checked not only by the Democrats, but also by many in his own party. Conversely, a Democratic president, ultimately more different in style than substance, would implement a largely Republican agenda in all but name and get a relatively easy ride. Haven't the last eight years of neo-conservatism and Democratic deference brought the country too close already to a one-party state masquerading as a two-party state?

 

Oh well ... I would have posted this hours ago but ran across a reference to a book called the Mass psychology of Fascism and was reading a bit about it (reviews.)  Fascinating topic and approach as it deals with the rise of the third Reich ... and was written by a guy called Wilhelm Reich ... which is a bit of a pun.  But what is really funny, is this book, written by a respected associate of Freud, says it all revolves down to sex.

 

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Posted 14 September 2016 - 11:08 PM

Sounds more like the official spin of the DNC, Paulding County edition.


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Posted 15 September 2016 - 08:52 AM

That ship sailed years ago when he sold his soul to the Democratic party.

 

And THAT was a transaction where both parties came up empty-handed.   :crazy:  8)


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Calling an illegal alien an "undocumented worker" is like calling a drug dealer an "unlicensed pharmacist".

 

 

I guess you haven't been to Detroit recently?  Or, Newark or East St.Louis or Gary, IN, or Stockton, CA?

 

You know, those bastions of liberal Democrat government that have been so successful in attracting wealthy, educated leaders and businesspeople.  Progressive people,  who have uplifted the poorer of their brethren, so their city can be that bright example of how well Socialism works.


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Posted 15 September 2016 - 08:59 AM

 

 

I also know that we as a people rejected the know-nothing attitude then and I expect us to reject it now. 

pubby

 

As opposed to the "I can't recall" attitude which you obviously support?   :crazy:


Calling an illegal alien an "undocumented worker" is like calling a drug dealer an "unlicensed pharmacist".

 

 

I guess you haven't been to Detroit recently?  Or, Newark or East St.Louis or Gary, IN, or Stockton, CA?

 

You know, those bastions of liberal Democrat government that have been so successful in attracting wealthy, educated leaders and businesspeople.  Progressive people,  who have uplifted the poorer of their brethren, so their city can be that bright example of how well Socialism works.


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Posted 15 September 2016 - 10:52 AM

 

As opposed to the "I can't recall" attitude which you obviously support?   :crazy:

 

false equvalency: http://www.politico....y-memory-224712

 

 

During sworn testimony in the Trump University lawsuit, Donald Trump repeatedly said he couldn't recall specific claims, documents or events related to the case, prompting a lawyer for the plaintiffs to ask if the real estate mogul considered himself to have “one of the best memories in the world.”

In response, Trump said he thinks he has a “good” or a “great” memory, but doesn’t recall claiming it’s one of the world’s best, according to hours of previously unreleased testimony in which Trump was questioned by the plaintiffs' lawyer Jason Forge.

 

“So you don't remember saying that you have one of the best memories in the world?” Forge asked.

“I remember you telling me, but I don't know that I said it,” Trump replied.

Three weeks earlier, during a conversation about 9/11 with NBC News reporter Katy Tur, Trump had said he had “the world’s best memory,” Tur reported.

 

It is disgraceful that this guy is on t he ballot for president this November.

 

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 01:56 PM

false equvalency: http://www.politico....y-memory-224712
 

 
It is disgraceful that this guy is on t he ballot for president this November.
 
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Well he is. And he was chosen by the silent majority that's sick and tired of getting screwed. Tired of globalist agenda. Tired of obscene trade deals. Tired of apologist agenda. Tired of watching manufacturing going abroad. Tired of watching tax dollars being taken out of their checks and given to those who won't work. Tired of snotty, elitist Hollywood types who are out of touch with blue collar reality. Tired of the lies and the spin. America can be great again, but it means changing our current course. That means defeating Hillary at any cost. #trump2016

And for the record nobody cares about silly false memos or ridiculous charts created by Leftist propagandists. But I'm sure you'll post some more anyway.
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Posted 15 September 2016 - 02:09 PM

 
false equvalency: http://www.politico....y-memory-224712
 
 
It is disgraceful that this guy is on t he ballot for president this November.
 
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Perhaps.

Even more disgraceful is the fact that your candidate makes Trump look like a saint.
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Posted 15 September 2016 - 02:38 PM

Perhaps.

Even more disgraceful is the fact that your candidate makes Trump look like a saint.

 

And that ain't easy.


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Posted 15 September 2016 - 02:51 PM

Well he is. And he was chosen by the silent majority that's sick and tired of getting screwed. Tired of globalist agenda. Tired of obscene trade deals. Tired of apologist agenda. Tired of watching manufacturing going abroad. Tired of watching tax dollars being taken out of their checks and given to those who won't work. Tired of snotty, elitist Hollywood types who are out of touch with blue collar reality. Tired of the lies and the spin. America can be great again, but it means changing our current course. That means defeating Hillary at any cost. #trump2016
And for the record nobody cares about silly false memos or ridiculous charts created by Leftist propagandists. But I'm sure you'll post some more anyway.

If you believe Trump is qualified or interested in tackling the issues you're concerned about, you are sadly mistaken. Just so you know, I'm not enthusiastic about Hillary, but I think she's far more qualified than Trump. No presidential candidate has run with as little experience as Trump is. Reagan was governor of California, GWB was governor of Texas, Bill Clinton was a Governor and attorney general. Trump can't even claim he was a successful businessman. Trump is an elitist snob, playing the working class for fools. I understand your frustration, but Trump isn't the answer.
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Posted 15 September 2016 - 03:27 PM

 

 

It is disgraceful that this guy is on t he ballot for president this November.

 

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No.  NO.   It's "deplorable".    A whole damn basket full of us voted for him.   

 

Get your spin straight.   :crazy:


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Calling an illegal alien an "undocumented worker" is like calling a drug dealer an "unlicensed pharmacist".

 

 

I guess you haven't been to Detroit recently?  Or, Newark or East St.Louis or Gary, IN, or Stockton, CA?

 

You know, those bastions of liberal Democrat government that have been so successful in attracting wealthy, educated leaders and businesspeople.  Progressive people,  who have uplifted the poorer of their brethren, so their city can be that bright example of how well Socialism works.


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Posted 15 September 2016 - 03:39 PM

If you believe Trump is qualified or interested in tackling the issues you're concerned about, you are sadly mistaken. Just so you know, I'm not enthusiastic about Hillary, but I think she's far more qualified than Trump. No presidential candidate has run with as little experience as Trump is. Reagan was governor of California, GWB was governor of Texas, Bill Clinton was a Governor and attorney general. Trump can't even claim he was a successful businessman. Trump is an elitist snob, playing the working class for fools. I understand your frustration, but Trump isn't the answer.



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Posted 15 September 2016 - 04:21 PM

If you believe Trump is qualified or interested in tackling the issues you're concerned about, you are sadly mistaken. Just so you know, I'm not enthusiastic about Hillary, but I think she's far more qualified than Trump. No presidential candidate has run with as little experience as Trump is. Reagan was governor of California, GWB was governor of Texas, Bill Clinton was a Governor and attorney general. Trump can't even claim he was a successful businessman. Trump is an elitist snob, playing the working class for fools. I understand your frustration, but Trump isn't the answer.

I've seen the results of these experienced politicians. I'll pass. I'll go with the business man. People love to point out his lack of success and that's ludicrous. He's been ridiculously successful. You're just buying into Leftist spin.

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 04:26 PM

 

No.  NO.   It's "deplorable".    A whole damn basket full of us voted for him.   

 

Get your spin straight.   :crazy:

 

No, it is disgraceful that he is running and it is deplorable that you voted for him.

 

If you had any sense, you would understand it is you who needs to get your thinking straight.

 

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I've seen the results of these experienced politicians. I'll pass. I'll go with the business man. People love to point out his lack of success and that's ludicrous. He's been ridiculously successful. You're just buying into Leftist spin.

 

But he's not a businessman; he is a con man who happened to have inherited enough money to put on some very elaborate cons.

 

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 04:38 PM

No, it is disgraceful that he is running and it is deplorable that you voted for him.
 
If you had any sense, you would understand it is you who needs to get your thinking straight.
 
pubby
 
But he's not a businessman; he is a con man who happened to have inherited enough money to put on some very elaborate cons.
 
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There's that Leftist spin. Just pulled out of thin air. Just another lie. Did you ever notice that your number one supporter is The Postman? That's who shares your views. Did you ever really think about that?

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 05:04 PM

Folks, Donald Trump is the wrong guy to do these changes.  He's an idiot. You can tell that by his choice to begin his campaign by restarting the Birther conspiracy. 

 

You do know that shows he's a nut job from the get go.  The only people who don't recognize that are ... deplorable ...

 

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 05:17 PM

Folks, Donald Trump is the wrong guy to do these changes.  He's an idiot. You can tell that by his choice to begin his campaign by restarting the Birther conspiracy. 
 
You do know that shows he's a nut job from the get go.  The only people who don't recognize that are ... deplorable ...
 
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And now anyone who doesn't agree with your view gets shamed with a label. And that's all Hillary has too. She truly hasn't defined her potential presidency. Unlike her opponent. At this point she's reduced to name calling. Sad.
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Posted 15 September 2016 - 05:22 PM

Folks, Donald Trump is the wrong guy to do these changes.  He's an idiot. You can tell that by his choice to begin his campaign by restarting the Birther conspiracy. 

 

You do know that shows he's a nut job from the get go.  The only people who don't recognize that are ... deplorable ...

 

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And Hillary is the right "guy"?


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Posted 15 September 2016 - 06:01 PM

And Hillary is the right "guy"?

Heaven help us all. The US is doomed if Hillary is elected.


Hillary was a terrible candidate. Plain and simple.

 

The Hildabeast IS a despicable CESSPOOL of CORRUPTION.


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Posted 15 September 2016 - 06:17 PM

And now anyone who doesn't agree with your view gets shamed with a label. ... Sad.

 

Well you sure didn't waste any time taking a backhanded stab at TP. If you Trumpets are going to get sensitive all of a sudden maybe you should stop asking for it. 

 

.... ever notice that your number one supporter is The Postman? That's who shares your views. Did you ever really think about that?

 

   If I supported a candidate that has said some of the foul things that Trump has said damned if I would have the nerve to get upset at name calling by the other side,

 

 

pot_kettle.jpg


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"Every critic, every detractor, will have to bow down to President Trump,"

 

 

 

 

 


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Posted 15 September 2016 - 06:18 PM

And Hillary is the right "guy"?

 

In this field, yes.Unequivocally. 

 

Hillary Clinton is a person who, largely because of her sex, has not been out there bowling people over with her bluster.  She has been listening and when she speaks, the words she uses are deliver messages at a college level.  She is like many women in the context of how selfless she is in her speech. 

 

This has allowed the Republicans, with what a dozen Benghazi investigations that didn't find a damn thing but did generate a lot of spurious headlines, etc. etc.  on down to absolute bull chit about body doubles, define her, especially to those who like sheep, buy bs by the bale.

 

I've met the woman. I've followed her from her time in Arkansas onward and the perception of her presented by the idiots in the media is bull.  She is a human being and she is more conservative than I am ... hell, in some ways she is more conservative than Donald Trump ... except there is no way to know what Donald Trump stands for as no one can tell when he is telling the truth about a position.

 

Bottom line, Trump is a con man and the only thing I take away from the guys campaign is that he doesn't know the first thing about the American form of government and,  coupled with that ignorance, seems to think that if he wins he will be awarded with dictatorial powers.

 

I think that the 'evenness' being reported is media BS.

 

Heaven help us all. The US is doomed if Hillary is elected.

 

That is bull. The only thing I'll say is Don Trump Jr. invoking gas chambers is probably not too far from the mark of where these idiots would take us.  That he would use that imagery at all shows their thinking is scary-odd at the least.

 

pubby

 

PS:  I sometimes wonder if we disagree on whether building gas chambers would be deplorable



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Posted 15 September 2016 - 08:20 PM

 

Well you sure didn't waste any time taking a backhanded stab at TP. If you Trumpets are going to get sensitive all of a sudden maybe you should stop asking for it. 

 

 

   If I supported a candidate that has said some of the foul things that Trump has said damned if I would have the nerve to get upset at name calling by the other side,

 

 

pot_kettle.jpg

Funny how the Democrat sheeple change their minds after the party tells them to.

Just a few months ago, Cain said:
 

 

The only good thing about Trump being the Republican nominee is regardless of who won the general election we would still have a Democrat in the White House.

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 08:38 PM

Funny how the Democrat sheeple change their minds after the party tells them to.
 

 

You got me,  you must have heard about the conference call all us Democrats get from the DNC each week ?

 

Damn it I thought it was a secret.


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Posted 15 September 2016 - 08:43 PM

In this field, yes.Unequivocally. 
 
Hillary Clinton is a person who, largely because of her sex, has not been out there bowling people over with her bluster.  She has been listening and when she speaks, the words she uses are deliver messages at a college level.  She is like many women in the context of how selfless she is in her speech. 
 
This has allowed the Republicans, with what a dozen Benghazi investigations that didn't find a damn thing but did generate a lot of spurious headlines, etc. etc.  on down to absolute bull chit about body doubles, define her, especially to those who like sheep, buy bs by the bale.
 
I've met the woman. I've followed her from her time in Arkansas onward and the perception of her presented by the idiots in the media is bull.  She is a human being and she is more conservative than I am ... hell, in some ways she is more conservative than Donald Trump ... except there is no way to know what Donald Trump stands for as no one can tell when he is telling the truth about a position.
 
Bottom line, Trump is a con man and the only thing I take away from the guys campaign is that he doesn't know the first thing about the American form of government and,  coupled with that ignorance, seems to think that if he wins he will be awarded with dictatorial powers.
 
I think that the 'evenness' being reported is media BS.
 

 
That is bull. The only thing I'll say is Don Trump Jr. invoking gas chambers is probably not too far from the mark of where these idiots would take us.  That he would use that imagery at all shows their thinking is scary-odd at the least.
 
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PS:  I sometimes wonder if we disagree on whether building gas chambers would be deplorable


I was curious about the Donald Jr. remark so I looked it up. Here's one: http://www.cnn.com/2...jr-gas-chamber/

Between this comment and the picture of him with the butchered elephant tail, I have to wonder just what does this guy respect? I also wondered if he isn't a bit twisted, cause he sure does look like he might be.
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Posted 15 September 2016 - 08:48 PM

 

You got me,  you must have heard about the conference call all us Democrats get from the DNC each week ?

 

Damn it I thought it was a secret.

Nah, it's all the propaganda sites you frequent.

They fill the feeding troughs and you say bah-ah-ah-ah-ah.


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Posted 15 September 2016 - 08:50 PM

Funny how the Democrat sheeple change their minds after the party tells them to.

Just a few months ago, Cain said:
 

http://paulding.com/...lina/?p=4001227

 

 

Obviously the objection to Trump is not how conservative he is ... it is how ignorant he is of the processes of our representative government and the notable penchant he  expresses for authoritarian rule and rulers.

 

That is why the analysis of the political spectrum is so obviously informative.  Being a general rating instrument that has been employed going back to the early 2000s and having been employed in academic study of politics, it is generally an unbiased arbiter of a persons political 'compass' ... a way to determine where they are and where they are going. 

 

This guy is as authoritarian in attitude as Adolf Hitler and is headed in the direction of ideologically toward the left - ie. Joe Stalin.

 

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I had no idea you guys wanted to push the United States of America toward a dictatorship.

 

Oh, and that same analysis of Hillary's political spectrum shows she is much less authoritarian and fiscally, more conservative than the Donald.  I mean if you were looking for the more 'conservative' candidate ...

 

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 08:54 PM

 

Obviously the objection to Trump is not how conservative he is ... it is how ignorant he is of the processes of our representative government and the notable penchant he  expresses for authoritarian rule and rulers.

 

That is why the analysis of the political spectrum is so obviously informative.  Being a general rating instrument that has been employed going back to the early 2000s and having been employed in academic study of politics, it is generally an unbiased arbiter of a persons political 'compass' ... a way to determine where they are and where they are going. 

 

This guy is as authoritarian in attitude as Adolf Hitler and is headed in the direction of ideologically toward the left - ie. Joe Stalin.

 

I had no idea you guys wanted to push the United States of America toward a dictatorship.

 

Oh, and that same analysis of Hillary's political spectrum shows she is much less authoritarian and fiscally, more conservative than the Donald.  I mean if you were looking for the more 'conservative' candidate ...

 

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 08:58 PM

Nah, it's all the propaganda sites you frequent.

They fill the feeding troughs and you say bah-ah-ah-ah-ah.

 

I hear you Republicans make a different sound . 

 


"Every critic, every detractor, will have to bow down to President Trump,"

 

 

 

 

 


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Posted 15 September 2016 - 09:03 PM

 

I hear you Republicans make a different sound . 

 

I haven't been a Republican for about 15 years now, but I must point out that it's your party who embraces the sexuality portrayed in your video.


"The belief is that the political incorrectness involved in the discussion will destroy the community" - posted by pubby on 10-22-16

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 09:04 PM

I've seen the results of these experienced politicians. I'll pass. I'll go with the business man. People love to point out his lack of success and that's ludicrous. He's been ridiculously successful. You're just buying into Leftist spin.

He's marketed himself brilliantly, but outside some of his real estate deals, most of his businesses failed. You're buying to right-wing bigoted and xenophobic talking points.



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Posted 15 September 2016 - 09:07 PM

He's marketed himself brilliantly, but outside some of his real estate deals, most of his businesses failed.

No, not really. He had some failures, but his successes have overshadowed his failures. Otherwise, he wouldn't be richer than crap.


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Posted 15 September 2016 - 09:10 PM

I haven't been a Republican for about 15 years now....  :rofl:

 

You quack me up.

 

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"Every critic, every detractor, will have to bow down to President Trump,"

 

 

 

 

 


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Posted 15 September 2016 - 09:13 PM

GD:
 
You call it spin; I call it study seeking fact.
 
Here's another 'fact' ... compare it to chart with Hillary and Donald above.
 
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He's marketed himself brilliantly, but outside some of his real estate deals, most of his businesses failed. You're buying to right-wing bigoted and xenophobic talking points.

 
No, he's being conned by appeals that involve bigotry and misogyny. 
 
 

No, not really. He had some failures, but his successes have overshadowed his failures. Otherwise, he wouldn't be richer than crap.

 

We really don't know how rich he is ... and his hiding how rich he is and also where he is getting his money and who he owes ... are all secrets being held closely and is one of the reasons he won't release his taxes.

 

You folks have been conned by a slick NYC con man because you're impressed by big letters on buildings.  How sad.

 

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 09:20 PM

Truthfully the Donald is scary  but the  odds are better for him than that lying sick skank 

she will get out voted about  as much as pubby did but by the thousands and thousands  to one 


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Posted 15 September 2016 - 10:53 PM

GD:
 
You call it spin; I call it study seeking fact.
 
Here's another 'fact' ... compare it to chart with Hillary and Donald above.
 
post-2-0-62304600-1473891698.gif
 
 

 
No, he's being conned by appeals that involve bigotry and misogyny. 
 
 

 

We really don't know how rich he is ... and his hiding how rich he is and also where he is getting his money and who he owes ... are all secrets being held closely and is one of the reasons he won't release his taxes.

 

You folks have been conned by a slick NYC con man because you're impressed by big letters on buildings.  How sad.

 

pubby

Do you even believe your own bull crap?

I mean, seriously...you're more full of crap than a Christmas turkey!

Do you even care that everyone with a brain not controlled by the DNC is laughing at you?


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