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  1. 29 Nov '16 15:10
    I have nothing against the real prostitutes. Selling sex is a respectable and useful profession, a public service even. I am talking about the prostitutes that would go against everything they stand for, that would break their principles (what little they have) just for some scraps from the table of da Trump


    Let's recount exactly who came to support Trump despite having said he would be bad for the US in the past, despite Trump having viciously attacked them, etc.

    Cruz is the worse and saddest whore. No points there.
    Chris Christie is very close behind and favourite for being Trump's gimp.

    Mitt Romney is the newest whore. Even discussing the possibility of joining Trump's staff is awful, especially after he was so vocal in the election.
  2. 29 Nov '16 15:18
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    I have nothing against the real prostitutes. Selling sex is a respectable and useful profession, a public service even. I am talking about the prostitutes that would go against everything they stand for, that would break their principles (what little they have) just for some scraps from the table of da Trump


    Let's recount exactly who came to support Tr ...[text shortened]... possibility of joining Trump's staff is awful, especially after he was so vocal in the election.
    But someone like you who said they would never support Clinton is principled when they change their mind. Politicians are simply people seeking jobs. I'd change my resume too if I were interviewing a different job.
  3. Standard member shavixmir
    Guppy poo
    29 Nov '16 17:54
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    I have nothing against the real prostitutes. Selling sex is a respectable and useful profession, a public service even. I am talking about the prostitutes that would go against everything they stand for, that would break their principles (what little they have) just for some scraps from the table of da Trump


    Let's recount exactly who came to support Tr ...[text shortened]... possibility of joining Trump's staff is awful, especially after he was so vocal in the election.
    I thought you were talking about the mother's of the right wing bastards who defecate all over this forum....
  4. 29 Nov '16 20:45
    Originally posted by quackquack
    But someone like you who said they would never support Clinton is principled when they change their mind. Politicians are simply people seeking jobs. I'd change my resume too if I were interviewing a different job.
    and you would be a whore. depending on how far you would be willing to go to get a job.
  5. 29 Nov '16 21:08
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    and you would be a whore. depending on how far you would be willing to go to get a job.
    It's nothing unique about the GOP. We can start correcting this problems by shrinking government.
  6. Subscriber Suzianne
    Misfit Queen
    30 Nov '16 13:41 / 2 edits
    Zahlanzi asks, "How many prostitutes are there in the GOP?"

    Although I'm guessing a more accurate question might be, "How many politicians in the GOP are prostitutes?"




    The obvious answer is, "All of them."
  7. Standard member shavixmir
    Guppy poo
    30 Nov '16 18:23
    Republican politician?

    At least a whore has an honorable career.
  8. 30 Nov '16 20:51
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    I have nothing against the real prostitutes. Selling sex is a respectable and useful profession, a public service even. I am talking about the prostitutes that would go against everything they stand for, that would break their principles (what little they have) just for some scraps from the table of da Trump


    Let's recount exactly who came to support Tr ...[text shortened]... possibility of joining Trump's staff is awful, especially after he was so vocal in the election.
    Has anybody heard from Christie lately? He's probably regretting putting Trump's in-law in prison.
  9. Subscriber Suzianne
    Misfit Queen
    01 Dec '16 13:24
    Originally posted by Kunsoo
    Has anybody heard from Christie lately? He's probably regretting putting Trump's in-law in prison.
    I must've missed this. Who are you talking about?
  10. 01 Dec '16 13:29
    Saying that there is a prostitute problem in the GOP is a blatant lie.

    If it were true, Bill Clinton would be a Republican.
  11. Standard member vivify
    rain
    01 Dec '16 15:53
    Originally posted by whodey
    Saying that there is a prostitute problem in the GOP is a blatant lie.

    If it were true, Bill Clinton would be a Republican.
    I doubt that. Many conservatives think oral sex is a sin.
  12. Standard member vivify
    rain
    01 Dec '16 16:54
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    I have nothing against the real prostitutes. Selling sex is a respectable and useful profession, a public service even. I am talking about the prostitutes that would go against everything they stand for, that would break their principles (what little they have) just for some scraps from the table of da Trump


    Let's recount exactly who came to support Tr ...[text shortened]... possibility of joining Trump's staff is awful, especially after he was so vocal in the election.
    I heard an interesting opinion on this. Trump could be selecting a bunch of yes-men who stroke his ego. That he would choose people that he thinks would do a good job in spite of their criticisms against him, could speak about his character.
  13. Standard member sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    01 Dec '16 19:22 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    I must've missed this. Who are you talking about?
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Kushner

    Doesn't sound like he has done anything Trumpf hasn't ten times over, he just has not been caught.
  14. Subscriber Suzianne
    Misfit Queen
    01 Dec '16 20:11
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Kushner

    Doesn't sound like he has done anything Trumpf hasn't ten times over, he just has not been caught.
    So he's the father of his daughter's husband.

    Kinda stretches the "in-law" thing a bit.
  15. Subscriber Suzianne
    Misfit Queen
    01 Dec '16 20:12
    Originally posted by vivify
    I heard an interesting opinion on this. Trump could be selecting a bunch of yes-men who stroke his ego. That he would choose people that he thinks would do a good job in spite of their criticisms against him, could speak about his character.
    A bunch of rich "yes-men".

    He's not exactly "draining the swamp", is he? More like "filling it up".