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Aug 13, 2019 06:44:31   #
Kevyn (a regular here)
 
In Moscow thousands have taken to the streets to peacefully protest for the most basic tenant of civil society the right to choose their own political leaders. They simply want to choose who represents them on the Moscow city council. There is no violence in the protests, no broken windows or rioting and yet Putins jackbooted masked thugs arrest thousands and run them through kangaroo courts. Presidents in the past from JFK and Reagan to George Bush and Obama would very publicly denounce Putins dictatorial behavior and voice support for the courageous people in Russia striving for the freedoms Americans at one time took for granted. Not the Buffoon Putin placed in the White House, he remains silent about this outrage, it doesn't take much critical thinking to figure out why.

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Aug 13, 2019 07:01:14   #
crazylibertarian (a regular here)
 
Kevyn wrote:
In Moscow thousands have taken to the streets to peacefully protest for the most basic tenant of civil society the right to choose their own political leaders. They simply want to choose who represents them on the Moscow city council. There is no violence in the protests, no broken windows or rioting and yet Putins jackbooted masked thugs arrest thousands and run them through kangaroo courts. Presidents in the past from JFK and Reagan to George Bush and Obama would very publicly denounce Putins dictatorial behavior and voice support for the courageous people in Russia striving for the freedoms Americans at one time took for granted. Not the Buffoon Putin placed in the White House, he remains silent about this outrage, it doesn't take much critical thinking to figure out why.
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If Trump is Rutin's lapdog, then he is an ungrateful based on his policies. From JFK to Obama, they all dealt with dictatorial scum, not to mention FDR who was Stalin's lapdog.

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Aug 13, 2019 07:16:44   #
bylm1-Bernie (a regular here)
 
Kevyn wrote:
In Moscow thousands have taken to the streets to peacefully protest for the most basic tenant of civil society the right to choose their own political leaders. They simply want to choose who represents them on the Moscow city council. There is no violence in the protests, no broken windows or rioting and yet Putins jackbooted masked thugs arrest thousands and run them through kangaroo courts. Presidents in the past from JFK and Reagan to George Bush and Obama would very publicly denounce Putins dictatorial behavior and voice support for the courageous people in Russia striving for the freedoms Americans at one time took for granted. Not the Buffoon Putin placed in the White House, he remains silent about this outrage, it doesn't take much critical thinking to figure out why.
In Moscow thousands have taken to the streets to p... (show quote)



Kev, the first part of your comment seemed like it was fairly intelligent and logical. Then I got to the last sentence. What a disappointment when I realized you had reverted back to BS. Don't you see why everyone views your replies as not worth debating?

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Aug 13, 2019 07:45:48   #
archie bunker (a regular here)
 
Kevyn wrote:
In Moscow thousands have taken to the streets to peacefully protest for the most basic tenant of civil society the right to choose their own political leaders. They simply want to choose who represents them on the Moscow city council. There is no violence in the protests, no broken windows or rioting and yet Putins jackbooted masked thugs arrest thousands and run them through kangaroo courts. Presidents in the past from JFK and Reagan to George Bush and Obama would very publicly denounce Putins dictatorial behavior and voice support for the courageous people in Russia striving for the freedoms Americans at one time took for granted. Not the Buffoon Putin placed in the White House, he remains silent about this outrage, it doesn't take much critical thinking to figure out why.
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BS! The people of Iran begged for support from the USA, and Obama said nary a word. In fact, he did the opposite, and built up their murderous leaders.

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Aug 13, 2019 07:52:29   #
Kevyn (a regular here)
 
bylm1-Bernie wrote:
Kev, the first part of your comment seemed like it was fairly intelligent and logical. Then I got to the last sentence. What a disappointment when I realized you had reverted back to BS. Don't you see why everyone views your replies as not worth debating?

I suppose in a way you are right, I am appalled by Trumps view of foreign policy as strictly transactional. One of the things most Americans are proud of is our history of standing up to despots and doing what is right as opposed to what is most profitable. I can not imagine past presidents on either side of the isle forming the friendships with these evil dictators in the manner Trump has. He refuses to acknowledge or protect us from Russian election and social media tampering or to punish Putin for his behavior. Going against the will of the senate, house and rest of the free world continues to sell arms to a Saudi Prince who murdered a US resident and Journalist and is using the weapons to commit war crimes in Yemen. He screams murder when the value of the Chinese currency drops but nary a word supporting the millions of peaceful demonstrators on the streets of Hong Kong fighting to keep from being absorbed by a murderous dictatorship. Trumps behavior does not reflect the values that make our country great they defy them. If I am a bit nasty in my description of the man it is because he deserves no respect, I am sorry if you take offense but your offense is pointed in the wrong direction.

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Aug 13, 2019 08:14:50   #
maxcorn
 
archie bunker wrote:
BS! The people of Iran begged for support from the USA, and Obama said nary a word. In fact, he did the opposite, and built up their murderous leaders.



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Aug 13, 2019 09:15:02   #
Lonewolf (a regular here)
 
Kevyn wrote:
I suppose in a way you are right, I am appalled by Trumps view of foreign policy as strictly transactional. One of the things most Americans are proud of is our history of standing up to despots and doing what is right as opposed to what is most profitable. I can not imagine past presidents on either side of the isle forming the friendships with these evil dictators in the manner Trump has. He refuses to acknowledge or protect us from Russian election and social media tampering or to punish Putin for his behavior. Going against the will of the senate, house and rest of the free world continues to sell arms to a Saudi Prince who murdered a US resident and Journalist and is using the weapons to commit war crimes in Yemen. He screams murder when the value of the Chinese currency drops but nary a word supporting the millions of peaceful demonstrators on the streets of Hong Kong fighting to keep from being absorbed by a murderous dictatorship. Trumps behavior does not reflect the values that make our country great they defy them. If I am a bit nasty in my description of the man it is because he deserves no respect, I am sorry if you take offense but your offense is pointed in the wrong direction.
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Aug 14, 2019 14:25:39   #
Louie27 (a regular here)
 
Kevyn wrote:
I suppose in a way you are right, I am appalled by Trumps view of foreign policy as strictly transactional. One of the things most Americans are proud of is our history of standing up to despots and doing what is right as opposed to what is most profitable. I can not imagine past presidents on either side of the isle forming the friendships with these evil dictators in the manner Trump has. He refuses to acknowledge or protect us from Russian election and social media tampering or to punish Putin for his behavior. Going against the will of the senate, house and rest of the free world continues to sell arms to a Saudi Prince who murdered a US resident and Journalist and is using the weapons to commit war crimes in Yemen. He screams murder when the value of the Chinese currency drops but nary a word supporting the millions of peaceful demonstrators on the streets of Hong Kong fighting to keep from being absorbed by a murderous dictatorship. Trumps behavior does not reflect the values that make our country great they defy them. If I am a bit nasty in my description of the man it is because he deserves no respect, I am sorry if you take offense but your offense is pointed in the wrong direction.
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You don't reflect the values of all of the American people either. All you ever do is pander to the progressive agenda and lie in almost every post you make.

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Aug 14, 2019 17:11:14   #
Lt. Rob Polans ret. (a regular here)
 
maxcorn wrote:


I agree, Trump's trying to avoid a war. But then it won't fit his narrative.

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Aug 14, 2019 22:48:03   #
Navigator (a regular here)
 
Kevyn wrote:
In Moscow thousands have taken to the streets to peacefully protest for the most basic tenant of civil society the right to choose their own political leaders. They simply want to choose who represents them on the Moscow city council. There is no violence in the protests, no broken windows or rioting and yet Putins jackbooted masked thugs arrest thousands and run them through kangaroo courts. Presidents in the past from JFK and Reagan to George Bush and Obama would very publicly denounce Putins dictatorial behavior and voice support for the courageous people in Russia striving for the freedoms Americans at one time took for granted. Not the Buffoon Putin placed in the White House, he remains silent about this outrage, it doesn't take much critical thinking to figure out why.
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Yawn. I am sorry but you are just so terribly boring.

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Aug 16, 2019 16:56:02   #
promilitary (a regular here)
 
Kevyn wrote:
I suppose in a way you are right, I am appalled by Trumps view of foreign policy as strictly transactional. One of the things most Americans are proud of is our history of standing up to despots and doing what is right as opposed to what is most profitable. I can not imagine past presidents on either side of the isle forming the friendships with these evil dictators in the manner Trump has. He refuses to acknowledge or protect us from Russian election and social media tampering or to punish Putin for his behavior. Going against the will of the senate, house and rest of the free world continues to sell arms to a Saudi Prince who murdered a US resident and Journalist and is using the weapons to commit war crimes in Yemen. He screams murder when the value of the Chinese currency drops but nary a word supporting the millions of peaceful demonstrators on the streets of Hong Kong fighting to keep from being absorbed by a murderous dictatorship. Trumps behavior does not reflect the values that make our country great they defy them. If I am a bit nasty in my description of the man it is because he deserves no respect, I am sorry if you take offense but your offense is pointed in the wrong direction.
I suppose in a way you are right, I am appalled by... (show quote)



Kev, Russian has been meddling in our elections for decades; that's what they do.
But to what avail nobody knows. I do know that I never got a call from Putin
telling me how to vote. Did you?

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Aug 16, 2019 17:08:01   #
woodguru (a regular here)
 
promilitary wrote:
Kev, Russian has been meddling in our elections for decades; that's what they do.
But to what avail nobody knows. I do know that I never got a call from Putin
telling me how to vote. Did you?


You'll never get or understand the way picking at divisive chinks in a county's social structure works... let alone how much money and resources Russia has and is applying.

The right now sees nothing wrong with Russia, which is a major turn in what a patriot would have thought even ten years ago.

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Aug 17, 2019 14:16:48   #
Navigator (a regular here)
 
woodguru wrote:
You'll never get or understand the way picking at divisive chinks in a county's social structure works... let alone how much money and resources Russia has and is applying.

The right now sees nothing wrong with Russia, which is a major turn in what a patriot would have thought even ten years ago.


Official government reports indicate the Russians spent a few hundred thousand out of almost a billion spent by everyone else during the 2016 election. Also noted by these same reports is that not a single vote was changed as a result of the Russian "meddling". Not quite the earth shaking threat shrieked about constantly by the MSM.

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Aug 17, 2019 14:50:36   #
Louie27 (a regular here)
 
Navigator wrote:
Official government reports indicate the Russians spent a few hundred thousand out of almost a billion spent by everyone else during the 2016 election. Also noted by these same reports is that not a single vote was changed as a result of the Russian "meddling". Not quite the earth shaking threat shrieked about constantly by the MSM.


Navigtor! Oldy will never believe in the facts, he just believe in the left own truth.

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