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Jun 30, 2018 09:41:54   #
old marine wrote:
They can always CRY like Hillary Clinton has been doing for eighteen months.


Or howl at the sky, I understand they have experience at that.
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Jun 28, 2018 09:12:06   #
Floyd Brown wrote:
Wake up! The real America is here now & there will be no rebirth.
You don't create a bigger mess of things.
To only come back to having to undo those changes.

If you can't see or admit to what is going on around us today. We will only have more of it tomorrow.


If you cannot see or admit to what is going on around us today. We will only have more of it tomorrow.

BRING ON MORE OF IT TOMORROW!

The stock market is higher than its ever been.
More people are working now than in a very long time.
Our economy is doing great.
United States steel CEO has thanked Donald Trump for enabling them to not only
Prevent the last 2 US steel plants from closing but for enabling them to open or
Re-open 7 new steel plants.
Trump is on the verge of appointing a new Supreme Court Justice during this administration.
No wonder the Democrats heads are starting to explode.
Maxine Waters is calling for mob action and r**ting in the streets.
I cannot figure out why a lot of democrats are not in jail.
This obstructionist democrat party is harming themselves more than
They will ever know, and are just too stupid to see it.
Donald Trump,
making America great again.
Go Trump!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Jun 20, 2018 12:41:42   #
Airforceone wrote:
Trump repeated prioritize’s cheap political wins over the massive costs they will impose tomorrow.

Trump is thrashing the planet when he pulled out of the Paris accord. He cancelled NASA’s carbon-monitoring research programs, rolled back EPA regulations which monitoring on Clean Air and water which now will become dirtier and expose more Americans to toxic chemicals and Coal ash waste being dumped into our waterways. Who will pay for this in the Future (millennials)

Trumps unfounded tax cuts is a hugh inter generational t***sfer of wealth to the upper 1% of wage earners. (THE BIG LIE IS THE TAX CUT WILL PAY FOR ITSELF) through added growth and the CBO numbers dispute the Trump lie it’s at $2. 4 trillion now last year Trump did not hit 3% growth so the deficit number grows. Trump promised 4% growth per year and that is the number needed just to keep the deficit number at $1.5 trillion. But as you can see it’s growing. Trumps first year average was 2.9% his average for 2018 has dropped to 2.6% if this trend continues the deficit from the Trump tax cuts will be massive. It’s taking on the same trend as the Bush tax cuts. Do unemployment is down that’s a good thing but no growth and stagnation of wages we have another recession on its way and who gets the blame (DEMOCRATS) who pays for this ridiculous tax cut millennials.

What Trump supporters refuse to recognize the economy trend of 76 straight months of job growth lowered rate from 10.3% to 4.5% and continued into the Trump presidency is great. But now the right wing ignores that under Trump we have almost no wage growth, productivity is now flat( TRUMP INFLICTED TRADE WAR) which was increasing under Obama. Trump tax cuts deficit grows, ine******y widening (SOUNDS LIKE BUSH ALL OVER AGAIN)
Trmps firdt three months of 2018 Trump growth rate dropped to 2.6%, productivity went flat. Where are all those whiners and complainers when Obama was in Office. Consumer confidence is up because unemployment is down, but this will change when this trade war goes into effect unemployment will rise and prices will go up. Trump will blame democrats and Trump supporters will believe the White House I***t.

The US confidence is up but a lot of our economy is not fueled by Trump it’s being fueled in part by the European Unions steady rebound and growth. If Trump continues to attack our European on trade fees and leaves WTO and NAFTA this country is headed for a Depression.

(WHO PAYS THE MILLENNIALS PAY)

Polls are now showing that Americans are now giving Obama more credit for today’s economy which Obama is at 50% to 39% for Trump. If the continues the GOP can kiss the House goodbye and possibly the Senate. But The ignorant Trump supporter ignores all of this and they listen to Fox News and all other facts are f**e.

Pew research Center that monitors international polls, did a survey of 37 of our allies countries about there views on the US in almost every country our image has deteriorated it has been a double digit drop in one year. Our allies have even stopped meeting with our ambassadors because they can’t trust anything that comes out of a Trump administration officials.

Trump has thrown tantrums on the international stage, alienating and aggravating our military allies, both at the G7 summit. He has publicly pandered to Puntin, Tayyip Endogan of Turkey, Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban and other thug dictators and Humanrights violators, all to the dismay to our foreign allies.

He praises North Korean totalitarian leader and Human rights violator Kim Jong Un who starved and imprisons millions of his people and had murdered members of his family. Trump calls him a strong leader, a funny guy.

He praised Kim Jong Un and wants to allow Russia back into the G8. Russian was removed from the G8 for invading a solvent country and Trump wants to applaud this guy.

But now coming out of this country is photos of babies being ripped away from there mothers and put into cages. Then Trump lies and says it’s a democratic law so ask democrats to Change the law. (BS THIS IS A TRUMP POLICY PUT IN PLACE BY TRUMPS JUSTICE DEPARTMENT) THE UN commission for Human rights has personally condemned Trumps policy calling it unconscionable and child abuse. Congrats Trump you have received the recognition that you and you’re supporters deserve by now being put on the list as a human rights violator. Trump has destroyed any good will the US had built in the international community. (Millennials will have to live with the consequences)

Trumps America is alienating our strong military allies. Trumps America does not care about our close allies and you can’t deny the fact that Trump has attacked them personally and now creating a trade war with our allies as he advances his agenda of praising dictators around the world as strong leaders.

I just can’t believe when Trump slogan of make America great again, was to create a struggle of all against all. That we would be labeled a human rights violator and praising dictators, while destroying our relationship with our allies that fought and died for this country.

I want to take the time to thank all evangelicals for giving this country Donald Trump who exemplifies you’re core belief of strong family values. He has had 4 children by 3 different marriages, he had been proven to c***t on his 3 different Marriages of open display of c***ting, he was proven to be with a porno star and a Beauty Queen, paid hush money to silence these women, he is now labeled a human rights violator, he supported a Pedaphile for the senate. He supports the abuse of women by grabbing there pussy. Thank you But please tell me how this makes America great. Evangelicals don’t want America great they want a White America.
Trump repeated prioritize’s cheap political wins... (show quote)


Seriously tdsrnest?


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Jun 17, 2018 21:07:12   #
no propaganda please wrote:
Freedom Outpost

US News
After Calling for Guns & Ammo Confiscation & Universal Gun Registration, the American Medical Association Should Think About Taking "American" Out of Their Name
This is why they should be honest about who they are and name themselves the Non-American Medical Association.
Tim Brown — June 15, 2018



The American Medical Association (AMA) should seriously consider changing their names since they are about as anti-American as it comes in their new demands for gun confiscation measures, which include guns and ammunition confiscation, as well as universal gun registration.

The AMA, which should take no political position when it comes to guns, except to uphold the law which protects the God-given rights of law-abiding citizens, came out with a lengthy blog post not only calling for guns and ammunition confiscation, as well as universal gun registration but also proposals to ban the sale and possession of “all assault-type weapons, bump stocks and related devices, high-capacity magazines, and armor piercing bullets.”

Now, the majority of people at the AMA probably couldn't tell you any of these devices or items if they saw them, but they are advancing an agenda. Just keep that in mind.

This has nothing to do with medicine or health, and far from stupid people running for Congress who spray themselves with pepper spray to tell you how it will be effective to protect your children against a criminal armed with a gun, these people don't used the word "epidemic" in their diatribe, though they are on record saying gun violence is a public health crisis.

Sara Berg, a senior writer at AMA, was the author of the lengthy post which calls for all sorts of government overreach and unconstitutional legislation. And though she has a huge laundry list of things the AMA supports, she fails, like every other Socialist and C*******t, to tell us exactly how these measures keep people safe and weapons out of the hands of criminals.

Berg and the AMA want to pull a Dick's Sporting Goods and demand that people be 21 before they can purchase a firearm. Does Berg and the AMA support our military? Do they not know that 18-year-olds carry firearms, both handguns and rifles? I ask, as I do with the issue concerning alcohol, what is magic about the age of 21? I ask, where does government get to determine who gets to do whatever at whatever age based on an ambiguous age number? Yet, if we do that, we won't have to worry about mass shooters, right? Wrong.

Yeah, that's gonna keep people safe. It's going to infringe on the rights of those who don't commit crimes and need a gun to protect themselves or be part of the constitutional m*****a.

The AMA also wants to bypass the Fifth Amendment protections concerning someone actually being indicted and found guilty of a crime being deprived of their liberty and property as they promote a new legal procedure by which “family members, intimate partners, household members and law enforcement personnel” can petition courts to confiscate firearms from people “when there is a high or imminent risk for violence.”

They want to do what President Donald Trump suggested and "take the guns first" and forget due process.

See? This is why they should be honest about who they are and name themselves the Non-American Medical Association.

I'm all for situations like Nikolas Cruz who assaulted teachers and students being arrested and tried and dealt with lawfully, but to go seizing people's property and denying them their liberty base on the hearsay of another person is anti-constitutional and anti-American.

Who knows exactly what they mean by high-capacity magazines. I mean, for the most part, you can obtain 20 or 30 round magazines for both handguns and rifles. In some cases, you can purchase drums which hold 50-100 rounds, but if you are in New York, the NY SAFE Act defines your high capacity magazine to hold anything more than 7 rounds.

As for the nonsensical call to ban armor-piercing bullets, virtually every caliber of bullet, except maybe a .22 can pierce kevlar-based vests, and if you are using .22 magnums, they will even pierce those!

At the 2018 AMA Annual Meeting, delegates adopted policy for the AMA to support:

Establishing laws allowing family members, intimate partners, household members and law enforcement personnel to petition a court for the removal of a firearm when there is a high or imminent risk for violence.
Prohibiting persons who are under domestic violence restraining orders, convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence crimes or stalking from possessing or purchasing firearms.
Expanding domestic violence restraining orders to include dating partners.
Requiring states to have protocols or processes in place for requiring the removal of firearms by prohibited persons.
Requiring domestic violence restraining orders and gun violence restraining orders to be entered into the National Instant Criminal Background Check System.
Efforts to ensure the public is aware of the existence of laws that allow for the removal of firearms from high-risk individuals.

The delegates also modified existing policy to:

Recognize the role of firearms in suicides.
Encourage the development of curricula and training for physicians with a focus on suicide risk assessment and prevention as well as lethal means safety counseling.
Encourage physicians, as a part of their suicide prevention strategy, to discuss lethal means safety and work with families to reduce access to lethal means of suicide.

Newly adopted policy also means the AMA will:

Advocate for schools to remain gun-free zones except for school-sanctioned activities and professional law enforcement officials.

Oppose requirements or incentives of teachers to carry weapons.

They also oppose concealed carry reciprocity, which I do as well, but based on the principle that the Second Amendment's protections extend to the various states as well, since it recognizes a right, not a permission, to keep and bear arms. I also oppose it because it's just another step for the federal government to say they need a database so states can check, thus identifying gun owners and possibly their weapons.

“People are dying of gun violence in our homes, churches, schools, on street corners and at public gatherings, and it’s important that lawmakers, policy leaders and advocates on all sides seek common ground to address this public health crisis,” said AMA Immediate Past President David O. Barbe, MD, MHA. “In emergency rooms across the country, the carnage of gun violence has become a too routine experience.

“Every day,” Dr. Barbe added, “physicians are treating suicide victims, victims of domestic partner violence, and men and women simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. It doesn’t have to be this way, and we urge lawmakers to act.”

Yeah, and people are dying by the hundreds of thousands at the hands of drugs approved by the FDA, but I don't hear you guys calling to shut down the unconstitutional FDA or put Big Pharma out of business, does anyone else? Where is Berg's blog post on that? Where is the AMA statement against the pharmaceutical companies and big government? I'll tell you why they aren't speaking out on that... they don't want to bite the hand that feeds them, plain and simple.
Freedom Outpost br br US News br After Calling ... (show quote)




On average there are approximately 13000 gun homicides in the US every year.
A new study by John Hopkins University reports that there are in excess of 250,000 deaths
Each year in the US due to medical mistakes by doctors.
And the doctors want to ban guns?
Maybe lives could be saved by banning doctors!!!!!!!!!
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Jun 12, 2018 08:20:05   #
badbobby wrote:
I remember d**gging in my 57 chevy against 57 fords
the fords always won
but the chevy was the sharpest looking


I too remember d**gging in my 57 Chevy against 57 fords.
If the fords always won, you must have missed a gear or something.
57 ‘s owned:
White convertible with red interior. 283 automatic. Had 2000 miles on it when I bought it. Bought from a used car lot on Irving park and western ave in Chicago
In 1964. Paid $750 for it.

Turquoise and white, 2 door. 283 , No post 3 speed on the column.
Purchased in 1969 from a private party for $900.00

Candy apple red, 2door , no post.
340 horse 327 with 4 speed Muncie rock crusher t***smission and 3:11 rear end .
That car would smoke anything on the road.
Paid way too much for it but sold it in 1971 for more than I paid for it.
Always lookin for another one but they are way too expensive now for an old timer like me.

I can remember being with my dad in a Chevy showroom when I was nine years old and he was buying a new
57 Chevy and I told him to come and look at this little Corvette. He said son, that is a pretty car but where would your mother ride.

Old d**g racers never die, they just miss a shift now and then.
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Jun 3, 2018 09:25:11   #
Wolf counselor wrote:
My pappy told me a million times that I wouldn't be eligible for manhood until age 33.

He said that if at age 33 I could show that I am completely responsible for my own livelihood he would then allow me to take the test of manhood.

So at age 33 he asked me if I would loan him 500 dollars.

I immediately remembered a phrase that I have heard him say more than a million times.

" Never loan anyone more than you can afford to give away "




Your pappy was a wise and savvy man.
We need more like him especially in this day and age!
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Jun 2, 2018 09:32:58   #
EmilyD wrote:
Is this a joke? Watch to the end. This is disturbing. I've watched this Eagles video for years...and now :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dc1eAuyURwg

I really hope this is a joke. I can't find the original video right now..but am looking.


The original is gone. I have watched this video in its original form at least 300 or 400 times on YouTube. It WAS my favorite song. It has been replaced by a watered down version with inferior sound evidenced by the absence of Don Felder’s work on the telecaster and the rancid injection of the bulls**t haji lyrics at the end. What a shame. But I am not really surprised though as the muslim influence in America has turned one more thing in this great country to another piece of crap. Glenn Frye must be turning over in his grave.
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May 23, 2018 09:19:34   #
[quote=Kevyn]If the police are investigating narcotic trafficking and within their investigation discover that the suspect or one of his colleagues is fencing stolen goods the criminals are charged with fencing even if no narcotics charges are filed. No one but the guys selling stolen stuff are likely to consider this illegitimate. Keeping this in mind if Bob Mueller while investigating Russian attacks on our e******n discovers evidence of other felonies such as money laundering, bank fraud, SEC or campaign finance law violations, bribery, solicitation of prostitution or extortion isn’t he obligated to bring the criminals to justice. If this investigation dosn’t find proof of direct conspiracy between Trump and Putin but finds proof that Trumps business is a criminal enterprise why shouldn’t he be held accountable?[/quote

Too much iffin, I
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May 23, 2018 09:13:23   #
Kevyn wrote:
If the police are investigating narcotic trafficking and within their investigation discover that the suspect or one of his colleagues is fencing stolen goods the criminals are charged with fencing even if no narcotics charges are filed. No one but the guys selling stolen stuff are likely to consider this illegitimate. Keeping this in mind if Bob Mueller while investigating Russian attacks on our e******n discovers evidence of other felonies such as money laundering, bank fraud, SEC or campaign finance law violations, bribery, solicitation of prostitution or extortion isn’t he obligated to bring the criminals to justice. If this investigation dosn’t find proof of direct conspiracy between Trump and Putin but finds proof that Trumps business is a criminal enterprise why shouldn’t he be held accountable?
If the police are investigating narcotic trafficki... (show quote)



If, if, if.
If a frog had wings he wouldn’t be
bumping his ass on the ground!
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May 13, 2018 10:57:20   #
Don G. Dinsdale wrote:
Top Freeride Mountain Bike Highlights

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FAuNcWSxuY

Elwood, This Is Proof, Not All The Crazies Are In Asylums... Don D.😵😱💀

These guys are just plain nuts! Brian C. 😨😁



It just amazes me how young people think they are going to live forever.
More power to em, we old folks prolly thought the same thing at their age, but
It’s hard for me to think back that far.
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May 6, 2018 20:42:44   #
byronglimish wrote:
That woman in the middle of the infrequent hair washers is scary


Amen brother.
Sure would h**e to wake up in
the morning and see that.
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May 3, 2018 08:23:20   #
Kevyn wrote:
y report from

In m opinion the best sources for news are agencies that invest the most in reporters on the ground. The BBC has reporters all over the world who live in the places they report from. For national news NPR is fed from their affiliate stations reporters all over the country. Outfits that repackage and comment on the work of others are worthless. As far as print journalism the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal and Guardian all have large staffs of professional reporters who write about what they know about and follow professional standards.
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Ok Kev.


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Apr 29, 2018 08:45:49   #
bahmer wrote:
Down memory lane! This is cute! Your laugh for today!

Murgatroyd, remember that word? Would you believe the email spell checker did not recognize the word Murgatroyd?

Heavens to Murgatroyd!

Lost Words from our childhood: Words gone as fast as the buggy whip! Sad really.
The other day a not so elderly lady said something to her son about driving a Jalopy and he looked at her quizzically and said "What the heck is a Jalopy?"

He never heard of the word jalopy! She knew she was old, ... but not that old.

Well, I hope you are Hunky Dory after you read this and chuckle.

About a month ago, I illuminated some old expressions that have become obsolete because of the inexorable march of technology.
These phrases included "Don't touch that dial," "Carbon copy," "You sound like a broken record" and "Hung out to dry."

Back in the olden days we had a lot of 'moxie'. We'd put on our best 'bib and tucker' to 'straighten up and fly right'.

Heavens to Betsy! Gee whillikers! Jumping Jehoshaphat! Holy moley!

We were 'in like Flynn' and 'living the life of Riley'.

Even a regular guy couldn't accuse us of being a knucklehead, a nincompoop or a pill. Not for all the tea in China!
Back in the olden days, life used to be swell, but when's the last time anything was swell?

Swell has gone the way of beehives, pageboys and the D.A., of spats, knickers, fedoras, poodle skirts, saddle shoes, penny loafers and pedal pushers. And don't forget Saddle Stitched Pants.
Oh, my aching back! Kilroy was here, .. but he isn't anymore.

We wake up from what surely has been just a short nap and before we can say, "Well, I'll be a monkey's uncle!"
Or, This is a 'fine kettle of fish'!

We discover that the words we grew up with, the words that seemed omnipresent as oxygen, have vanished with scarcely a notice from our tongues and our pens and our keyboards.

Poof, go the words of our youth, the words we've left behind
We blink, and they're gone. Where have all those great phrases gone?
Long gone:
Pshaw, The milkman did it.
Hey, it's your nickel!
Don't forget to pull the chain.
Knee high to a grasshopper.
Well, Fiddlesticks!
Going like sixty.
I'll see you in the funny papers.
Don't take any wooden nickels.
Wake up and smell the roses.
It turns out there are more of these lost words and expressions than Carter has liver pills.

This can be disturbing stuff! ("Carter's Little Liver Pills" are gone too.) We of a certain age have been blessed to live in changeable times. For a child, each new word is like a shiny toy, a toy that has no age. We at the other end of the chronological arc have the advantage of remembering there are words that once existed and there were words that once strutted their hour upon the earthly stage and now are heard no more, except in our collective memories. It's one of the greatest advantages of aging. Leaves us to wonder where Superman will find a phone booth.

See ya later, alligator! Okidoki!

WE ARE THE CHILDREN OF THE FABULOUS 50'S. NO ONE WILL EVER HAVE THAT OPPORTUNITY AGAIN. WE WERE GIVEN ONE OF OUR MOST PRECIOUS GIFTS, ...
OUR MEMORIES!
Down memory lane! This is cute! Your laugh for tod... (show quote)



WOW! Didn’t realize how old I was till I read your post.
Recognized every one of them with a smile and even thought of a few more.
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Apr 19, 2018 12:11:23   #
vernon wrote:
Arch that seems extreme .When I need self F**gellation I turn to the dummy for help.But I think a good arse kicking would
work wonders .I will volunteer my foot for the job.


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Apr 19, 2018 08:11:20   #
Don G. Dinsdale wrote:
A Stump Removal . . . . Amazing !!

http://www.youtube.com/embed/ 2a1QISYNGHs?rel=0


Linkee no workee!
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