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  1. 19 Jul '18 11:51 / 1 edit

    Nobody should be shocked Drumpf became intimate with Putin's ass. Nobody should praise the brave republicans who came out to say how shocked they are.
    Nobody in their right mind can be shocked when someone does something for the 50th time.

    Give them a reason to be shocked about: vote out the fukin lot of them in november
  2. 19 Jul '18 14:33
    Originally posted by @ghost-of-a-duke
    Sniffing mustard enhances love life.

    (Try it).
    Love is for everybody.
  3. Standard member uzless
    The So Fist
    19 Jul '18 15:20
    Originally posted by @sonhouse
    Two weeks before inauguration Trump was given exact details that Putin personally gave the order to meddle with our election process.

    This is a game changer. I don't see how his Republican buddies can take this one sitting dow ...[text shortened]... al republic or whatever you want to call it, just King Trump. You don't think that can't happen?
    You yanks are missing the forest for the trees here....

    Putin got Trump elected by hacking. Trump owes Putin for his victory. Why would Trump bite the hand that feeds him? Legal or not, Trump owes Putin.
  4. Standard member DeepThought
    Losing the Thread
    19 Jul '18 17:08
    Originally posted by @phranny
    ".... David Cole, national legal director of the ACLU and a professor at Georgetown Law School, stops short of using the word treason to describe Trump’s actions on Monday.“I think what the president did was embarrassing. It’s unprecedented. It’s a diplomatic disaster. But it’s not treason,” Cole says. “Treason is a very specific crime, defined by the Const ...[text shortened]... ence were POTUS, he would pardon Trump and Trump's family should they be found guilty of crimes.
    Just a point, the constitution does not specify that war has to have been declared, just that the foreign party has to be an enemy of the US. I think a US citizen aiding Japanese intelligence in the run up to the attack on Pearl Harbour might be seen as qualifying. So I don't think "formally at war" is a necessary requirement.
  5. Standard member Soothfast
    19 Jul '18 18:44
    Originally posted by @sh76
    I don't see the problem.

    People not intelligent enough to join the army can still stock shelves, sweep floors, work bakery counters or become elected President of the United States.
    Besides, Cadet Bone Spurs had another "reason" for keeping his orange heinie out of the army.
  6. 19 Jul '18 18:58
    Originally posted by @sonhouse

    Your buddy T knew 2 weeks before he was even inaugurated that Putin personally ordered the meddling. That is AT LEAST aiding and abetting.
    The Trumpers can say what they want.
    This administration is circling the drain.
  7. Subscriber mchill
    19 Jul '18 19:09 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by @eastcoastwoodpusher
    I won’t stand for that. Britain has a proud history of standing up for itself, but that’s history. Today, Britain does not stand for its ideals. Britons, through experience first-hand and otherwise, are very high-minded people. Too high-minded, sometimes. And today’s experiments are bearing that out.

    I heard an excellent explanation today ...[text shortened]... capitalist representative republic is the best idea ever conceived by mankind, then we can stop.
    Stop the hate and tell me why you believe in Marxism or whatever it is you believe.

    Your silly stereotyping of others as Marxists just because they don't think exactly as you do is just plain childish, and I'll take the well educated and "high minded" British ideals over the uneducated, foul mouthed and "low minded" Trump supporters 7 days a week and twice on Sunday.

    You just stood for that!

    Have a nice day
  8. Subscriber no1marauder
    Humble and Kind
    19 Jul '18 21:02
    Originally posted by @philokalia
    You've never worked in a large bureaucratic organization before, have you?

    Back in the Army, we'd see Battalion commanders & senior NCOs worried about rumors that 2 ID would be deployed to Iraq and the likes...

    It's really the nature of how things function.

    I do not imagine that the Russian government would be so different.

    But that's just ...[text shortened]... r Clinton had anything remotely resembling that. You have very high standards for such a feller.
    Why would the Trump campaign know?

    UMM, because Russian agents told them as Papadopoulos, Trump Jr. And others have admitted?
  9. Subscriber shortcircuit
    The Energizer
    20 Jul '18 00:26
    Originally posted by @padger
    No I want a system that doesn't give negative points as with the current one
    There isn't a game in the world that gives negative points until you look at our system
    If my way was adopted it would encourage more challenges with more people in that challenge
    In the present system it is an advantage to only take on small challenges and to finish the challenge early
    So, double the amount of won points to the winning clan and do away with the negative points for the losing clan.

    There, all better now??
  10. Standard member sonship
    the corrected one.
    20 Jul '18 00:34
    Maybe you just don’t tell them about Jesus torturing billions of people in hell.

    Ironic. It would be interesting for me to go back over all the threads I started in that last four years in which you drew attention to the matter of damnation.

    At that no matter WHAT the topic was.
  11. Standard member sonship
    the corrected one.
    20 Jul '18 00:40 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by @eladar
    God does not have enemies. I was correcting him.
    Do you own a Bible ?
    Do you need someone to send you one ?

    " For if we, being ENEMIES, were reconciled to God through the death of His Son, much more we will be saved in His life, having been reconciled." (Romans 5:10)
  12. Standard member Lundos
    Back to basics
    20 Jul '18 06:29
    Originally posted by @whodey
    If only international attention were focused as much on hell holes like Iran and Venezuela.

    But then, those are places Leftists want the rest of the world to emulate.
    Why do you always feel the need to lie?
  13. Subscriber Suzianne
    Misfit Queen
    20 Jul '18 07:28
    Originally posted by @lundos
    I'm sorry, but there is nothing to support the comment that Trump is a brilliant long game strategist or that he understands the game. He does know his voters, though, and how to lie.

    There are several other possibilities than basic (real)politics or being a nationalist. One of them is swinging around on the different important subjects every time the med ...[text shortened]... , irreversible dismantlement!"

    What does Russia have to offer the US? Short run and long run?
    What does Russia have to offer the US, or what does Russia have to offer Donald Trump?

    Because the answers to those two questions are not the same.
  14. 20 Jul '18 09:12
    Originally posted by @wolfgang59
    If it wasn't rings would fall off your finger.
    To prove that a circle is round
    And be terribly deep and profound
    One should start at a place
    And walk at a pace
    One would find one would keep going 'round.
  15. 20 Jul '18 15:58
    Originally posted by @whodey

    Here is yet another example of Trump derangement syndrome.

    Whoopi Goldberg invites someone on the view and the explodes at them as she screams for them to leave the set. Then after the fact backstage, screams at her to get the "F@ck" out of the buildin ...[text shortened]... hey foam at the mouth and demand ICE be done away with

    Sad pathetic humanity on full display.
    MS13 is a valid concern.
    But to paint a certain segment of humanity with the same broad brush has political overtones written all over this.

    The risk has always been there with migration.
    We welcomed Italians and got the Mafia.
    We welcomed the Irish and got mobsters and terrorists.

    It's a risk.

    What is worrisome with today's migration flows is that certain segments of society (alt right, Breitbart, Bannon, etc, etc) don't like where US population is going demographically.

    57% of the US population is Caucasian and declining.
    This needs to be put on the table.