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Nov 16, 2018 06:38:27   #
Pennylynn wrote:
I think I have met children in the second grade that has a better handle on economics than this woman..... And yes, the Democrats could not find anyone in their entire party that is smarter.
Now isn't that a shame?


Totally agree. In my 72 years I do not think I have seen anyone as dumb as this i***t,
My little dog has more of a grasp of economics than her. Sure says a lot about the ignorance
Of the people who elected her, and I question with people like her in positions of authority just
Where is this country headed. There will be consequences, I may not be around to see them,
But they’re coming.


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Oct 30, 2018 11:13:24   #
AIRFARCE ONE
You wouldn’t recognize reality
if it bit you on the arse.
You can’t even spell it.




Airforceone wrote:
The Caravan in Mexico was orchestrated by the Democrats while Hilliary Clinton coordinates the caravan and George Soros financed it.

This is what these right wing extremist on OPP believe.

What has happened to these people on the right that believe this garbage.

These are the comments out of Trumps mouth at his Hitler style rallies.

It stated with Terrorist , then MS-13, then Middle East ISIS terrorist. That has all been debunked because most of them are women and children and now Fox News is floating the BS that they all have the disease TB. This is incrediable what has happened to this country that 34% of this country believes this garbage. This guy Trump is making this country the laughing stock around the world.
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Oct 22, 2018 07:23:44   #
archie bunker wrote:
Overall failure in life? I'm a failure for having a different opinion?

Thanks Paul.......


Hey, me too Arch.
Until Paul pointed it out I thought I was very Happy
And a huge success in life. Imagine that.
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Oct 22, 2018 07:12:50   #
Airforceone wrote:
What crimes did Obama commit. Damm for 8 years all you did with the Republican held house and senate is investigate, investigate, investigate, investigate, spent millions on investigations and you found nothing. So give me a list of Obama crimes this should be a good laugh.

So lay it on me hot shot give me a list of Obama crimes. Be careful now I don’t want you to make more of a fool out of yourself.


Here ya go FOOL!

Obama did this, so when is Trump going to Arrest him ?
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Oct 21, 2018 18:17:15 #
Sicilianthing (a regular here) Joined: Jun 15, 2014 Posts: 43451

1. First President to be photographed smoking a joint.
2. First President to apply for college aid as a foreign student, then deny he was a foreigner.
3. First President to have a social security number from a state he has never lived in.
4. First President to preside over a cut to the credit-rating of the United States.
5. First President to violate the War Powers Act.
6. First President to be held in contempt of court for illegally obstructing oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.
7. First President to require all Americans to purchase a product from a third party.
8. First President to spend a trillion dollars on "shovel-ready" jobs when there was no such thing as "shovel-ready" jobs.
9. First President to abrogate bankruptcy law to turn over control of companies to his union supporters.
10. First President to by-pass Congress and implement the Dream Act through executive fiat.
11. First President to order a secret amnesty program that stopped the deportation of i*****l i*******ts across the U.S., including those with criminal convictions.
12. First President to demand a company hand-over $20 billion to one of his political appointees.
13. First President to tell a CEO of a major corporation (Chrysler) to resign.
14. First President to terminate America’s ability to put a man in space.
15. First President to cancel the National Day of Prayer and to say that America is no longer a Christian nation.
16. First President to have a law signed by an auto-pen without being present.
17. First President to arbitrarily declare an existing law unconstitutional and refuse to enforce it.
18. First President to threaten insurance companies if they publicly spoke out on the reasons for their rate increases.
19. First President to tell a major manufacturing company in which state it is allowed to locate a factory.
20. First President to file lawsuits against the states he swore an oath to protect (AZ, WI, OH, IN).
21. First President to withdraw an existing coal permit that had been properly issued years ago.
22. First President to actively try to bankrupt an American industry (coal).
23. First President to fire an inspector general of AmeriCorps for catching one of his friends in a corruption case.
24. First President to appoint 45 czars to replace elected officials in his office.
25. First President to surround himself with radical left wing anarchists.
26. First President to golf more than 150 separate times in his five years in office.
27. First President to hide his birth, medical, educational and travel records.
28. First President to win a Nobel Peace Prize for doing NOTHING to earn it.
29. First President to go on multiple "global apology tours" and concurrent "insult our friends" tours.
30. First President to go on over 17 lavish vacations, in addition to date nights and Wednesday evening White House parties for his friends paid for by the taxpayers.
31. First President to have personal servants (taxpayer funded) for his wife.
32. First President to keep a dog trainer on retainer for $102,000 a year at taxpayer expense.
33. First President to fly in a personal trainer from Chicago at least once a week at taxpayer expense.
34. First President to repeat the Quran and tell us the early morning call of the Azan (Islamic call to worship) is the most beautiful sound on earth.
35. First President to side with a foreign nation over one of the American 50 states (Mexico vs Arizona).
36. First President to tell the military men and women that they should pay for their own private insurance because they "volunteered to go to war and knew the consequences."
37. Then he was the First President to tell the members of the military that THEY were UNPATRIOTIC for balking at the last suggestion.

I feel much better now. I had been under the impression he hadn't been doing ANYTHING for 8 years but play golf and go on expensive, tax-payer funded vacations!


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Oct 21, 2018 16:54:18   #
Airforceone wrote:
What crimes did Obama commit. Damm for 8 years all you did with the Republican held house and senate is investigate, investigate, investigate, investigate, spent millions on investigations and you found nothing. So give me a list of Obama crimes this should be a good laugh.

So lay it on me hot shot give me a list of Obama crimes. Be careful now I don’t want you to make more of a fool out of yourself.


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Oct 21, 2018 13:46:38   #
Airforceone wrote:
Why do you people ignore what he actually says. You can’t deny what comes out of his mouth. This is not Russian conspiracy or Russian flat out lies that get posted on your Garbage web sites. It comes out of His mouth why do you deny it.

What is wrong with you people. I don’t understand why he says it he does it and you ignore it.

I just wonder what you people would be saying if Obama stood in front of the world and threw this country under a bus. Or say Kim Jong-Un is a great leader he sent me two nice letters.
Why do you people ignore what he actually says. Yo... (show quote)


Hey AIRFARCEONE, news flash, obama did throw this country under the bus.
You and your ilk are just too stupid to realize it or admit it.


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Oct 21, 2018 08:32:07   #
Sum more!




















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Oct 18, 2018 08:41:41   #
You should start proof-reading your bulls**t!






Lonewolf wrote:
A lot of full-blooded Indians did the same thing working as scots for the army
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Oct 15, 2018 09:55:02   #
Airforceone wrote:
Ha haaaaaaaaaaaaa haaaaaaaaaaa haaaaaaaaa it amazes me what you people believe. It’s a joke that you support the biggest s**m artist this country has every had. He is making this country look foolish throughout the world with his tough talking immature garbage and 32% of this country love him for making this country look foolish.

Running around the country slapping tariffs on our allies , lying, misinformation that he spreads through his immature tweets, not nogiate go just walk away from from TPP, Paris Accord, Iran deal, NAFTA , WTO, his massive spending all unpaid for. This man is destroying this country and the results areccoming
Ha haaaaaaaaaaaaa haaaaaaaaaaa haaaaaaaaa it amaze... (show quote)


AIRFARCE:
You are right, he is destroying your socialist country and I hope he continues to do so.
At the same time he is rebuilding our beloved Republic back to where it should be and
MAKING AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!








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Oct 15, 2018 09:07:06   #
old marine wrote:
Good post. I am 80 years young and enjoyed your post.


Your post reminded me of an incident that happened yesterday.
Wife and I were at a restaurant in a very crowded tourist area
And were waiting by the door for a table when this very elderly
Gentleman wearing a Marine Veterans hat was being helped by
His daughter toward the door. I simply backed up and opened the
Door for him and he said “Thank You”. I said Thank You for your
Service Sir and his face lit up like a Christmas tree with the biggest smile
I have ever seen. Make a Veterans Day and thank them for their service,
They deserve it.
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Oct 15, 2018 08:24:20   #
What stops minorities from siding with the GOP?
Common Sense, a flower that does not bloom in everyone’s garden.






slatten49 wrote:
How can we get more black people and people of color to become republican in America? What stops people from wanting to side with the party's politics in the first place?

An opinion from blogger Adam Roach...

I am a white, Christian, middle aged, male, small business owner. I am the Republican Party.

They have a hard time getting me to v**e for them. It’s specifically because of the domestic policy. While I benefited from the recent tax bill, my employees didn’t. Most of them are white too.

So if they have a hard time getting me to v**e continuously for them, how are they going to get the not me?

The issue is that the Republican Party has become a party of social exclusionism. There is little difference between the duopoly on monetary policy, trade policy, fiscal discipline, subsidies, budgetary concerns etc. The only substantive differences are in regulatory policy, science funding and tax policy.

Its all about social conservatism today. I’m a fiscally conservative v**er but I don’t really care about gay marriage, or t*********r issues or kneeling during the anthem. In fact the amount of vitriol the GOP loads into these things actually makes me sympathetic to the other side because whenever I see someone pushing this level of exclusionism I recognize that the underlying prejudice is inherently Un-American.

There it is, Un-American.

How are the minorities supposed to choose the GOP when everything those minorities say or care about is dismissed as whining or laziness?

Too many extrajudicial k*****gs of black men by cops?.....Stop wearing hoodies.

The water system in my town is full of lead?.....Move you slacker.

I work two jobs and can’t pay the bills?.....Tough, pull yourself up by your bootstraps. Get a third job.

Healthcare is too expensive!....Don’t buy an iPhone.

The iPhone comment came from a guy who said that his congressional salary of $174k wasn’t enough for him to afford his home in Utah and a place in Washington DC. A guy who hasn’t actually paid for healthcare in more than a decade.

I have watched republicans take a position that is pro-life for fetuses but wave off mass school shootings as part of “the price of freedom”. They can defend that fetus but then fight any program that would feed it, shelter it, give it healthcare.

I’ve watched them use the free speech argument to defend all manner of bad behaviour but then call down a guy for quietly taking a knee as an affront to America.

They want school choice but only as a direct way to further defund public schools.

They promised for a decade to give us better healthcare but at the cost of 10% of the population not having any at all, and what was left over wasn’t much better.

They accuse the other side of fiscal irresponsibility but then spend even more when they have control.

Yet the core problem that is germane to this question is the r****m.

Not all republicans are r****ts but if you are politically active and a r****t, you will be a republican.

Jack Kemp, Bob Dole, Colin Powell are gone. They’ve been replaced by weaker, c*********d men who lack moral vision.

I have known four local GOP chairmen scattered across the South, they were all r****ts and bad at hiding it. That’s local politics. In places with actual black v**ers that were Christian, conservative, hard working and largely gun owners. Lost opportunities.

The GOP as it exists today has become a party of meanness. They have no forward vision and they exist only to cache money for the wealthiest citizens. They have pioneered a new society of debt s***es and they’ve done it for a new society of masters.

B****s and Latinos are pretty good at sniffing out a r****t. It’s a necessary survival sk**l for a minority population that exists lower down the social ladder. Why would they v**e for people that they know will not listen to them? People that think they are less valuable to society? People who think they are superior by virtue of birth alone?

They shouldn’t and they don’t.

The democrats have faced this too but not because of r****m it’s just basic indifference and general malaise.

The GOP has become a pool of single issue v**ers but those issues are not really relevant to them.

School choice is meaningless for people without the means to afford even a subsidized private education.

A******n isn’t really an issue in black/brown America because their large, tight knit families provide the necessary support mechanisms that alleviate many of the socioeconomic pressures associated with the practice leaving only health related concerns as a primary driver.

Guns rights are so far down the list of concerns that they barely register for minority v**ers.

Tax cuts are always popular but eliminating capital gains is only popular with people who have them, that’s not the plurality of the population. Top end cuts don’t matter to poor people, heck low end cuts don’t matter that much when you are in the bottom 35%.

The gay wedding cake debacle is utterly meaningless to minorities, they know what it’s like to be discriminated against and should they have have the luxury of turning down paying business they would at least be civil about it.

New aircraft carriers are cool but Americans who can’t afford whole family healthcare aren’t going to v**e on that.

Then there is the Obama problem.

The GOP was utterly disrespectful to the first black president. They did that for 8 years and they did it in ways that came off as utterly r****t. That little bit of thinly veiled theater will cost them v**es for a generation. When we elect the first Latino it will be much the same and considering the last two weeks the first woman will likely find a similar reception, even if she’s a republican.

Misogyny has a price. The GOP knows this and that’s why their real crime is to disenfranchise as many actual potential v**ers as possible. Roster purges, gerrymandering (by both sides), a criminal justice system that seems almost designed to adversely impact minority communities, permanently yanking v****g access.

This Republican Party as it exists today isn’t even trying to get minority v**es. It’s going out of its way to prevent minority v****g. The minorities are catching on too. If they actually start v****g the GOP as it is currently constituted might just go extinct.

The problem is that the other option is seldom vastly better. The democrats have essentially adopted the moderate republican economic policy, which I’m personally fine with. That’s the problem though, there isn’t really a ton of difference on the one thing people reliably v**e on, their checkbooks.

It looks like with Kavanaugh they might have stepped on a landmine though. Women aren’t a minority, they are half the population. The tackiness that has insinuated itself into the body politic is not helping here and that’ll hurt more than the minority v**e in general because it’s minority women who take v****g more seriously in my experience and women talk to each other.

To answer the question after this long rant:

To attract minorities the GOP needs to fundamentally change its character. Not necessarily its core philosophy but its character. That’s going to be hard with its current members.
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Oct 14, 2018 11:22:50   #
Airforceone wrote:
Stop the BS


Hey AIRFARCE, you are the one who needs to stop the BS.
You certainly do spout more of it than anyone else on this site,
Except tdsrnest, oh, I forgot, you are him!




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Oct 12, 2018 08:54:04   #
Wolf counselor wrote:
I just happened on this image and couldn't resist.



Oh my!
That was an insult to the cockroach!
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Oct 9, 2018 09:58:29   #
Just like with airfArce one and Kevie,
Who really gives a crap what they think.







tactful wrote:
1ST - Don't shoot the messenger,Thanks!
I got this in a news feed that seemed awfully unclear so I investigated.
this is the result of said investigation:
really getting s**k of this,should have been viewed by the committee prior IMO along with the 650 law professors who signed a similar document at both Yale and Harvard ( where he taught).

ON THE BENCH
Brett Kavanaugh Cannot Have It Both Ways

As the former dean of Yale Law School, I’m shocked by the judge’s partisan turn.

By ROBERT POST

October 06, 2018


Brett Kavanaugh and I differ on most fundamental questions of constitutional law. Nevertheless, as a former dean of the institution where he received his law degree, I have withheld comment on the merits of his appointment. I am proud of the rich diversity of views that Yale Law School has produced.

Over the past decade, Kavanaugh has been a casual acquaintance. He seemed a gentle, quiet, reserved man, always solicitous of the dignity of his position as a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. It was therefore with something approaching unbelief that I heard his speech after Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony.

With calculation and sk**l, Kavanaugh stoked the fires of partisan rage and male entitlement. He had apparently concluded that the only way he could rally Republican support was by painting himself as the victim of a political hit job. He therefore offered a witches’ brew of vicious unfounded charges, alleging that Democratic members of the Senate Judicial Committee were pursuing a vendetta on behalf of the Clintons. If we expect judges to reach conclusions based solely on reliable evidence, Kavanaugh’s savage and bitter attack demonstrated exactly the opposite sensibility.

I was shell-shocked. This was not the Brett Kavanaugh I thought I knew. Having come so close to confirmation, Kavanaugh apparently cared more about his promotion than about preserving the dignity of the Supreme Court he aspired to join. Even if he sought to defend his honor as a husband and father, his unbalanced rantings about political persecution were so utterly inconsistent with the dispassionate temperament we expect from judges that one had to conclude that he had chosen ambition over professionalism.

His performance is indelibly etched in the public mind. For as long as Kavanaugh sits on the court, he will remain a symbol of partisan anger, a haunting reminder that behind the smiling face of judicial benevolence lies the force of an urgent will to power. No one who felt the force of that anger could possibly believe that Kavanaugh might actually be a detached and impartial judge. Each and every Republican who v**es for Kavanaugh, therefore, effectively announces that they care more about controlling the Supreme Court than they do about the legitimacy of the court itself. There will be hell to pay.

I was in the end prompted to write this essay because, on Thursday, Kavanaugh published a remarkable op-ed in the Wall Street Journal in which he apologized for his rash words and attempted to reclaim for himself the “independence and impartiality” so necessary for judges. But judicial temperament is not like a mask that can be put on or taken off at will. Judicial temperament is more than skin-deep. It is part of the DNA of a person, as is well illustrated by Merrick Garland, who never once descended to the partisan rancor of Kavanaugh, despite the Senate’s refusal even to dignify his nomination with a hearing.

Judge Kavanaugh cannot have it both ways. He cannot gain confirmation by unleashing partisan fury while simultaneously claiming that he possesses a judicial and impartial temperament. If Kavanaugh really cared about the integrity and independence of the Supreme Court, he would even now withdraw from consideration.

But I see no evidence that he is about to withdraw. Kavanaugh will thus join the court as the black-robed embodiment of raw partisan power inconsistent with any ideal of an impartial judiciary. As the court moves to the right to accommodate Trump’s appointments, Kavanaugh will inevitably become the focus of distrust and mobilization. His very presence will undermine the court’s claim to legitimacy; it will damage the nation’s commitment to the rule of law. It will be an American tragedy.


Robert Post is Sterling professor at Yale Law School. This article is adapted from its original version, which appeared on the blog Take Care
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Sep 30, 2018 09:23:15   #
archie bunker wrote:
I've watched this video three times so that I can prepare Mrs. B. a gormay meal that will make her proud of me! I even made a special trip to the store, and bought some extra thick pork blend filets, and some of that French bread.
We'll be eatin good tonite!

http://youtu.be/8CTDmXzzOvQ



Arch,
I have had all of them at one time or another.
Absolutely delicious, but as I am gettin older,
Those culinary delights present more and more
Of a challenge because of my arthritis.
You should also try that poted meat spread that
Comes in the skinny little can. It’s really good too.
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