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  1. Unknown Territories
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    17 Jan '17 14:48
    https://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/24/us/cash-flowed-to-clinton-foundation-as-russians-pressed-for-control-of-uranium-company.html?_r=0

    We always knew there was something shady about his business dealings, but this takes the cake.
    Get the pitchforks and torches, men: we're going to have a lynching!
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    17 Jan '17 15:261 edit
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    https://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/24/us/cash-flowed-to-clinton-foundation-as-russians-pressed-for-control-of-uranium-company.html?_r=0

    We always knew there was something shady about his business dealings, but this takes the cake.
    Get the pitchforks and torches, men: we're going to have a lynching!
    Funny how the Clinton Foundation just folded up after they lost power.

    Huh, guess it really was simply a money laundering organization instead of a real charity.

    Who knew?

    Maybe Bill and Hillary will start building homes of the habitat of humanity like Jimmy Carter did.............mwahahahaha!!
  3. Unknown Territories
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    17 Jan '17 15:31
    Originally posted by whodey
    Funny how the Clinton Foundation just folded up after they lost power.

    Huh, guess it really was simply a money laundering organization instead of a real charity.

    Who knew?

    Maybe Bill and Hillary will start building homes of the habitat of humanity like Jimmy Carter did.............mwahahahaha!!
    License plate makers would be more apropos.
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    17 Jan '17 15:45
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    https://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/24/us/cash-flowed-to-clinton-foundation-as-russians-pressed-for-control-of-uranium-company.html?_r=0

    We always knew there was something shady about his business dealings, but this takes the cake.
    Get the pitchforks and torches, men: we're going to have a lynching!
    This is why I supported Sanders. I voted for Hillary because the Orange Man is so clearly an insane individual who has an excellent chance of starting WWIII along with a vast array of global economic disasters.
  5. Unknown Territories
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    17 Jan '17 16:14
    Originally posted by Phranny
    This is why I supported Sanders. I voted for Hillary because the Orange Man is so clearly an insane individual who has an excellent chance of starting WWIII along with a vast array of global economic disasters.
    While I agree his persona is that of a mad man, you cannot sustain the level of success he has for as long as he has and also be insane.
    He's crazy like a fox.
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    17 Jan '17 16:22
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    While I agree his persona is that of a mad man, you cannot sustain the level of success he has for as long as he has and also be insane.
    He's crazy like a fox.
    First of all, Trump was born with a silver spoon up his arse. Next, we have no idea of his true wealth VS debts since he refuses to make his tax returns public. He's more like a snake oil salesman. And yes, you can be extremely clever, smart, etc. yet be mentally unbalanced. If the U.S. had little economic and/or military strength, Trump's rise to political power would not be so troubling. However, when the U.S. farts, the rest of the world is forced to smell the stench.
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    17 Jan '17 16:46
    Here is your chance trump haters... make some easy money...

    Ads in two dozen cities offer protesters up to $2,500 to agitate at Trump inaugural

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/jan/17/ads-two-dozen-cities-offer-protesters-2500-agitate/
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    17 Jan '17 17:14
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    While I agree his persona is that of a mad man, you cannot sustain the level of success he has for as long as he has and also be insane.
    He's crazy like a fox.
    What "level of success" do you need to inherit a lot of money and hold on to some of it?
  9. Standard memberSoothfast
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    17 Jan '17 19:07
    Originally posted by Phranny
    First of all, Trump was born with a silver spoon up his arse. Next, we have no idea of his true wealth VS debts since he refuses to make his tax returns public. He's more like a snake oil salesman. And yes, you can be extremely clever, smart, etc. yet be mentally unbalanced. If the U.S. had little economic and/or military strength, Trump's rise to politic ...[text shortened]... o troubling. However, when the U.S. farts, the rest of the world is forced to smell the stench.
    Adjusted for inflation, I think Trump's net worth is less than what it was the day he was born.
  10. Unknown Territories
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    17 Jan '17 19:52
    Originally posted by KazetNagorra
    What "level of success" do you need to inherit a lot of money and hold on to some of it?
    If the goal when you walk into a casino is to play for an extended period of time (as opposed to simply win big once and walk away), I'd say he's not just merely far more successful than say, for instance, you, but that in comparison to the overwhelming majority of people he is wildly successful.
    Whatever money he was gifted by his father is long gone, years ago.
    You seem to be of the deluded mindset that insists if he started with any money at all, the entirety of his gains are strictly a result of that money no matter how much further he goes.
    That isn't naïve, it's just plain stupid.
  11. Unknown Territories
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    17 Jan '17 19:53
    Originally posted by Phranny
    First of all, Trump was born with a silver spoon up his arse. Next, we have no idea of his true wealth VS debts since he refuses to make his tax returns public. He's more like a snake oil salesman. And yes, you can be extremely clever, smart, etc. yet be mentally unbalanced. If the U.S. had little economic and/or military strength, Trump's rise to politic ...[text shortened]... o troubling. However, when the U.S. farts, the rest of the world is forced to smell the stench.
    Since when does 'ph' make a 't' sound?
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    17 Jan '17 20:09
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    While I agree his persona is that of a mad man, you cannot sustain the level of success he has for as long as he has and also be insane.
    He's crazy like a fox.
    Success?

    I wager the man is broke. That's why he never pays his workers and won't show his tax returns. He's playing a shell game between his debtors and his creditors, and that is why he won't give up his assets to a blind trust, and his refusal may get him impeached, eventually.

    Come clean, Donald. Tell the truth for once in your life.
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    17 Jan '17 21:21
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    If the goal when you walk into a casino is to play for an extended period of time (as opposed to simply win big once and walk away), I'd say he's not just merely far more successful than say, for instance, you, but that in comparison to the overwhelming majority of people he is wildly successful.
    Whatever money he was gifted by his father is long gone, y ...[text shortened]... ult of that money no matter how much further he goes.
    That isn't naïve, it's just plain stupid.
    No, if he instead had put the money he inherited in the bank and used his 70 years of life experience to learn how to use quotation marks, he would have more money now.
  14. Unknown Territories
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    18 Jan '17 00:05
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    Success?

    I wager the man is broke. That's why he never pays his workers and won't show his tax returns. He's playing a shell game between his debtors and his creditors, and that is why he won't give up his assets to a blind trust, and his refusal may get him impeached, eventually.

    Come clean, Donald. Tell the truth for once in your life.
    You're so rage blind at who-really-cares-anymore, you can't get your mind off the man.
    This is about the crooks who are Clinton, Inc., but you still fixate on him?

    Let it go, princess.
    Let it go.
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    18 Jan '17 01:021 edit
    Marauder says Hillary has not been proven to have lied about such things.

    So thread closed! 😠
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