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Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4470 on: October 13, 2016, 10:58:12 PM »
They Tried To Warn Us...This Was On TV Back In 1981.  10.8.16.

Doesn't surprise me. Barney Miller was such a great show! So many great characters. Notice that Mr. Conspiracy is the actor (Jeffery Tambor) who would go on to play "Hey now!" Hank Kingsley on The Larry Sanders Show.  ;)

Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4471 on: October 14, 2016, 10:05:21 AM »
I have come to the conclusion that there can be no good outcome to this election.  Given all that has been revealed about Hilliary, and Donald's tendency to make thoughtless, bonehead statements with amazing regularity, whoever take's office will have been so badly mauled and battered by their respective critics,  I question wether either will be able to govern effectively.  The fallout from this election will be heavy and lasting.

Hilliary will never be fully trusted even by her supporters and you can be sure that her detractors will use her demonstrated dishonesty and duplicity to question and undermine her legislative agenda. You can also be sure that our international foe will run the video of her buckling at the knees like she'd been pole-axed and her being flopped into a limousine like a dead game fish relentlessly.

Donald will continue to be Donald and will, through his inarticulate and/or impulsive utterances, continue to give the opposition plenty of opportunity to heap on scorn and ridicule and with the enthusiastic support of a leftist MSM will succeed in making him look like a dope.  In addition, even if he survives getting cut off at knees by the republican establishment he will never garner its favor making successful implementation of the changes he as in mind a long shot.

I could  not in conscience vote for Hillary, yet as hard as I've tried to get fully on board wth Trump I, like many other conservatives, still have to preface anything I say about my intention to vote republican with something like, "I'm no fan of Donald Trump but......"  In reality we're forced to choose the least onerous of the two or not vote at all.  This is the choice that our two-party political system has given us.  Something has to change but nothing will unless this ridiculous election season produces a grass roots, massively popular third party movement.








Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4472 on: October 14, 2016, 10:15:43 AM »
There can be no good outcome to this election.  Given all that has been revealed about Hilliary, and There can be no good outcome to this election.  Given all that has been revealed about Hilliary, and Donald's tendency to make thoughtless, bonehead statements with amazing regularity, whoever take's office will have been so badly mauled and battered by their respective critics,  I question wether either will be able to govern effectively.  The fallout from this election will heavy and lasting.

Hilliary will never be fully trusted even by her supporters and you can be sure that her detractors will use her demonstrated dishonesty and duplicity to question and undermine her legislative agenda. You can also be sure that our international foe will run the video of her buckling at the knees like she'd been pole-axed and her being flopped into a limousine like a dead game fish will be aired relentlessly.

Donald will continue to be Donald and will, through his inarticulate and/or impulsive utterances, continue to give the opposition plenty of opportunity to heap on scorn and ridicule and with the enthusiastic support of a leftist MSM will succeed in making him look like dope.  In addition, even if he survives getting cut off at knees by the republican establishment he will never garner its favor making successful implementation of the changes he as in mind a long shot.

I could  not in conscience vote for Hillary, yet as hard as I've tried to get fully on board wth Trump I, like many other conservatives, still have to preface anything I say about my intention to vote republican with something like, "I'm no fan of Donald Trump but......"  In reality we're forced to choose the least onerous of the two or not vote at all.  This is the choice that our two-party political system has given us.  Something has to change but nothing will unless this ridiculous election season produces a grass roots, massively popular third party movement.   tendency to make thoughtless, bonehead statements with amazing regularity, whoever take's office will have been so badly mauled and battered by their respective critics  I question wether either will be able to govern effectively.  The fallout from this election will heavy and lasting.

Hilliary will never be fully trusted even by her supporters and you can be sure that her detractors will use her demonstrated dishonesty and duplicity to question and undermine her legislative agenda. You can also be sure that our international foe will run the video of her buckling at the knees like she'd been pole-axed and her being flopped into a limousine like a dead game fish will be aired relentlessly.

Donald will continue to be Donald and will, through his inarticulate and/or impulsive utterances, continue to give the opposition plenty of opportunity to heap on scorn and ridicule and with the enthusiastic support of a leftist MSM will succeed in making him look like dope.  In addition, even if he survives getting cut off at knees by the republican establishment he will never garner its favor making successful implementation of the changes he as in mind a long shot.

I could not in conscience vote for Hillary, yet as hard as I've tried to get fully on board wth Trump I, like many other conservatives, still have to preface anything I say about my intention to vote republican with something like, "I'm no fan of Donald Trump but......"  In reality we're forced to choose the least onerous of the two or not vote at all.  This is the choice that our two-party political system has given us.  Something has to change but nothing will unless this ridiculous election season produces a grass roots, massively popular third party movement.

Somehow I strongly feel that something strange will happen to/with Hillry.
Even today she is talking nonsense about Trump stalking her, that she felt his presence behind her,..what a stupid thing to say.

Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4473 on: October 14, 2016, 12:19:49 PM »
Jill Stein: Trump Is Less Dangerous Than Clinton; She Will Start Nuclear War With Russia

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2016/10/12/jill_stein_hillary_clintons_declared_syria_policy_could_start_a_nuclear_war.html

Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4474 on: October 14, 2016, 01:43:40 PM »
In reality we're forced to choose the least onerous of the two or not vote at all.



Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4476 on: October 14, 2016, 02:56:24 PM »
Hillary Clinton sexually assaulted me 15 years ago in an upscale NY restaurant. I don't have any evidence, and there is no way to substantiate what I'm saying, but it happened and you just have to take my word for it.


Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4477 on: October 14, 2016, 03:09:18 PM »


Your rejection of my conclusion gives me great comfort as it reenforces my belief in its validity.

Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4478 on: October 14, 2016, 03:21:11 PM »
Hillary Clinton sexually assaulted me 15 years ago in an upscale NY restaurant. I don't have any evidence, and there is no way to substantiate what I'm saying, but it happened and you just have to take my word for it.






So that was you?!!!!!'  I thought she was a hunchback with bad skin. 


Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4479 on: October 14, 2016, 03:40:47 PM »
it reenforces my belief in its validity.

If you believed it before, what does it say, that something so casual, is reinforcing?

(Also, did you use the appropriate form of 'its' intentionally, or by accident? Asking for a friend.

Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4480 on: October 14, 2016, 04:34:38 PM »
If you believed it before, what does it say, that something so casual, is reinforcing?

(Also, did you use the appropriate form of 'its' intentionally, or by accident? Asking for a friend.

It means that I use you as sort of a gauge  If you come down on the negative side, then I know beyond any doubt that my conclusion is correct.  Put more plainly, you are the dumb shit that I use to to give something the dumb shit test. 

With respect to wether I intended to use its or it's, or the possessive or contracted form, most people recognize that sometimes auto fill makes a wrong choice that isn't caught by the author but they can figure out what is intended by the context.  Work on it.  You'll get it in time.

I'm curious, which one of your two friends are you asking for?  Is it Beavis or Butt Head?

Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4481 on: October 14, 2016, 04:53:53 PM »
Put more plainly, you are the dumb shit that I use to to give something the dumb shit test. 

There's that naval training and experience we talked about coming into play.


In reality we're forced to choose the least onerous of the two or not vote at all.

Your thesis is busted. Your entire post is fallacious and imbecilic. Now, I suppose, one could deconstruct what you're passing off as your argument in a fashion that would be obvious to all, as well as one such as yourself, where the flaw in your cognitive process lies, but then you wouldn't be learning anything--you would simply have been told.

It's not worth a coin flip to me either way, whether you're being deliberately obtuse, or simply haven't caught up to the rest of the class yet, so please, carry on.

Your test scores are off the charts!


I'm curious, which one of your two friends are you asking for?  Is it Beavis or Butt Head?


Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4482 on: October 14, 2016, 05:25:47 PM »
There's that naval training and experience we talked about coming into play.


Your thesis is busted. Your entire post is fallacious and imbecilic. Now, I suppose, one could deconstruct what you're passing off as your argument in a fashion that would be obvious to all, as well as one such as yourself, where the flaw in your cognitive process lies, but then you wouldn't be learning anything--you would simply have been told.

It's not worth a coin flip to me either way, whether you're being deliberately obtuse, or simply haven't caught up to the rest of the class yet, so please, carry on.

Your test scores are off the charts!

https://www.youtube
.com/watch?v=hjZ_IlP9c5A


In other words, you can't come up with a reasoned argument  so you break out your Roget's and attempt to impress with a bloviated response that says absolutely nothing and is the equivalent of the playground retort "OH YEAH".   You really should take some courses.  It may not be too late?  Although I do understand that you are suffering from PTSD as a result of Building 7 falling on your head.





Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4483 on: October 14, 2016, 05:36:35 PM »
In other words, you can't come up with a reasoned argument




Although I do understand that you are suffering from PTSD as a result of Building 7 falling on your head.

pop quiz: is that slander, or libel?

Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4484 on: October 14, 2016, 05:43:06 PM »
Hillary Clinton sexually assaulted me 15 years ago in an upscale NY restaurant. I don't have any evidence, and there is no way to substantiate what I'm saying, but it happened and you just have to take my word for it.


Big Hill likes assaulting anime characters?  :o

Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4485 on: October 14, 2016, 05:49:15 PM »
https://heatst.com/politics/wikileaks-hillary-clinton-wall-street/

I feel like this is literally worse than teen rape. That just me?

Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4486 on: October 14, 2016, 07:26:47 PM »
What you fail to grasp is that you have established no basis for your position. All you have done is say you don't agree with me but you have given no rationale to support your disagreement.   By the very definition of Strawman that you provided one must know what your rationale is for your disagreement before one could possibly misrepresent it.  Let me put it in simpler terms:  I laid out the reasons for my conclusion in my original post.  You told me that you don't agree with my conclusion but you haven't told me why.  Therefore there is no position to attack.

Judging by the frequency in which you use it, you are fond of the word obtuse.  Accusing others of a trait that you find abhorrent in yourself is called projection.  When is the last time someone was able to offer facts that caused you to change your thinking on an issue?  For most of us that happens on occasion if not frequently.  From what I can tell you are incapable of even entertaining an opposing view nevemind giving it consideration that might result in an alteration of your views which is the definition of obtuse. To put it in terms you can understand you are the pot calling the kettle black.

This is where you tell me that that you hope I die of ass cancer or something along those lines which is apparently the best you have to offer when you can't muster an argument.    Seek help.





Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4487 on: October 14, 2016, 07:32:25 PM »
Hillary Clinton sexually assaulted me 15 years ago in an upscale NY restaurant. I don't have any evidence, and there is no way to substantiate what I'm saying, but it happened and you just have to take my word for it.



I believe you! Apparently, she has a thing for teenage Japanese girls.  ;)

Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4488 on: October 14, 2016, 07:36:52 PM »
Big Hill likes assaulting anime characters?  :o

HATSUNE MIKU IS NOT ANIME! SHE IS A MUSICAL ARTIST GET IT RIGHT!

Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4489 on: October 14, 2016, 07:56:36 PM »
Ruh roh.

Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4490 on: October 14, 2016, 08:23:14 PM »

Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4491 on: October 14, 2016, 08:23:17 PM »
HATSUNE MIKU IS NOT ANIME! SHE IS A MUSICAL ARTIST GET IT RIGHT!

STRAIGHTEN THEM miku, THAT'S right set the record straight 8) >:( 8)

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Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4492 on: October 14, 2016, 08:27:32 PM »
Ruh roh.

WHY PUSSY IS almost last ?? No interest in pussy :(
That's SAD :( :(
IS GAY men population in the USA that high...

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Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4493 on: October 15, 2016, 12:50:15 AM »
Doesn't surprise me. Barney Miller was such a great show! So many great characters. Notice that Mr. Conspiracy is the actor (Jeffery Tambor) who would go on to play "Hey now!" Hank Kingsley on The Larry Sanders Show.  ;)

Edgar wuz all liek: mmm!

Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4494 on: October 15, 2016, 01:27:43 AM »
Here's an interesting article that everyone should read before voting.  ;)

https://www.aim.org/guest-column/free-speech-champions-fight-back-against-osce-islamophobia-industry/

Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4495 on: October 15, 2016, 01:36:41 AM »
Hillary Clinton Was Afraid Of Trey Gowdy "Tried to Hide Obama Emails."  10.14.16.


Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4496 on: October 15, 2016, 01:42:37 AM »
Hillary Clinton Was Afraid Of Trey Gowdy "Tried to Hide Obama Emails."  10.14.16.



How hope and change became lies and deceit.  :(

Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4497 on: October 15, 2016, 02:01:42 AM »
I yoke, fur:




mmm....

Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4498 on: October 15, 2016, 11:48:06 AM »
Uhoh...


Re: Hillary Clinton
« Reply #4499 on: October 15, 2016, 01:45:15 PM »
Here's an interesting article that everyone should read before voting.  ;)

https://www.aim.org/guest-column/free-speech-champions-fight-back-against-osce-islamophobia-industry/
Although the experts say it will have no consequences Obama giving the internet domain naming service to some international body I think in the future truthful sites, like gatesofvienna.com , will be banned. Already the various social media sites are "policing" for so-called "hate speech" and "Islamophobia." Interestingly you cannot criticize Islamic terrorists or show someone's breasts but are allowed to stream your suicide on Facebook. Great priorities.