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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 03, 2018, 12:31:41 AM »
GNS

stanchions is not pronounced the same as stations.

George is a nonconformist

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 02, 2018, 10:12:39 PM »
So much for his background as a constitutional lawyer. Now we will never see his grades from Harvard.

For the Left, being a Constitutional lawyer means figuring out ways around it, and how to undermine it.  They've been quite successful, there is little of it left.

For fun, someone should write the ACLU version of the Constitution.  It would be nearly unrecognizable

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 02, 2018, 08:53:10 PM »
He hasn't, but he speaks as though he could...

Oh, well, why didn't you say so.  Trump's comments, as parsed and explained by the fraudulent media.  Very worrisome, except even you have figured out he hasn't actually done whatever it is they've accused him of wanting to do while carrying out his duties.

At what point do you finally become embarassed about being led around this easily?  After one year of it?  Two?  Five?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 02, 2018, 08:52:42 PM »
The attribution of soverign like powers to Trump is amusing.  It shows how well Trumpers have been played...

What on earth are you going on about now?  Obama routinely went well beyond the powers of his office, and the lemmings not only didn't criticize it, they defended it.  ''Testing the limits of his power'' was one of the phrases they made up, when they weren't going straight for accusations of ''racism''.

With Trump all the fake news outlets need to do is tell you he wants to do something beyond his powers and you all act like the world is coming to an end.  It would be funny if it weren't so pathetic.

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What's the over / under on Falks making it to AlienCon and using the ticket?

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Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: January 02, 2018, 01:40:19 AM »
These budding intellectuals have probably never been told about Mao’s Cultural Revolution wherein millions (literally) of those with higher education were sent to the country to do stoop labor because it was thought that they were getting too big for their britches when they dissented and pushed for reforms.  Young and stupid go hand in hand but there is no excuse for the pinhead academics who are pushing their Marxist bullshit in our universities.  On second thought, maybe if we did the same thing here it would be a come to Jesus moment for our academics and their snowflake followers. 

Good to see you posting again Pie.

Know what?  If these left-wing fascist professors and the rest of them manage to destroy our country, my guess is some of them won't have to wait for the new dictatorship to round them up.

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Random Topics / Re: Things That Annoy You
« on: January 02, 2018, 01:28:00 AM »
... Is it you or your wife who is absconding with the dough, PB?...

These are just general questions that struck me after reading your vaccuum and lawnmower whitepaper.

It seems fair that the money is mine if it was originally in my pockets, or if I find it in the washing machine.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 02, 2018, 01:20:25 AM »
The pro-crime, pro-criminal party strikes again here in California.

As of January 1 it is illegal to ask a job candidate if they've been convicted of a crime, or to do a background check to determine that.  Rather than represent the decent people who elected them, the Ds have thrown in with the criminals against the rest of us.  Again.  Now we get to work with violent thug criminals, with companies having no way to screen them out.  Putting the rest of us at risk while we're just trying to do our jobs and make it through the day.  How dumb does a person have to be to vote Democrat?  Seriously

Of course they've told the black community this will benefit them.  Assuming they don't want to be exposed to these people where they work either, I'm not sure how.  It's a shame they think that black politicians and the Libs who go along with them somehow have their best interests at heart.  Is that how it works for white politicains and whites?  Of course not.

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Random Topics / Re: yorkshire pud now making personal threats against me
« on: January 02, 2018, 12:56:10 AM »
to be honest if someone got a hold of my wifes name and posted it on the internet...

I don't think that's her real name

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 02, 2018, 12:52:07 AM »
Methinks you didn't care less when Obama negotiated and basically ratified his own Iran deal.  I call a spade a spade.
That was a treaty. Yeah, Republicans shared part of the blame for not opposing it. I blame Corker and McConnell for that.  They neglected their duty.

Yeah, it was more important for them to provide Obama cover and go along with it than to create a ''Constitutional crisis'' and simply vote it down whether he submitted it or not. 

Because they wanted to not make waves before the election, thinking they would have a better chance to get one of their own guys in - either a Chris Christie or Jeb Bush type (how long ago that seems).  How'd that work out for them.

When Obama took it over to the UN as a fait acompli, they should have stood up and warned everyone as far as the country is concerned the treaty is invalid unless it's ratified, and there would be trade and other possible consequences for anyone violating the embargo.

It really shouldn't be a shock to anyone that an outsider with guts and an America First outlook was elected, after eight years of that garbage.

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Random Topics / Re: BELLGAB WILL BE CLOSING SOON!
« on: January 02, 2018, 12:35:19 AM »
and not only that you were like defending hillary clinton or some shit. i forget exactly what it was you were saying but you were basically pushing some ultra liberal democrat rhetoric and so i tore into you. im honestly sorry if it really hurt your feelings this badly, but i really don't have anything against you dude, ok?

So you're passing on the foot race?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 01, 2018, 10:05:10 PM »
...  But first you must do things like read a fucking book.

I'm sorry you were indocrinated by the Left-wing fascists that run our universities and law schools.  You ought to check yourself into deprogramming center that reintroduces conventional values.

You think the judiciary was set up to be the final arbiters of what's best?  They weren't - they were to determine the law when there were conflicting interpretations.  Period.  That's it.

You like to read?  Read the 9th and 10th Amendments.  Somehow your Constitutional Law professor didn't quite draw the correct conclusions for you.

IX.  The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.

X.  The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.



What that means is there are other rights not listed among the other eight amendments.  And that the individual states are to decide what those are - each for themselves.  Meaning state legislatures as representatives of the people.

So all those social issues - from abortion to gay ''marriage'' - are to be determined state by state, by the legislature.  Not for the entire country in one decision, by the courts.


The same goes for the rest of their overreach, including these rulings usurping the president's national security responsibility.  It's sad I have to explain this to someone with a law degree.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 01, 2018, 09:49:49 PM »
No he doesn't and no we don't.  POTUS is subject to the Constitution and laws of the United States.  We do not have a "head of national security." 

I'm sorry you are a Deplorable.  But I understand.  Your way of life and white privilege is over. Being white no longer compensates for being stupid and uneducated and there is no longer a free pass to the head of the line.  Hillary didn't understand what a trauma this would be for you and yours and failing in that understanding cost her the election.  Trump, OTOH, plays to all your fears and you are indeed played.  This cycle can be broken.  But first you must do things like read a fucking book.

The Democrats have used race to divide this country since the party first formed.  They defended slavery.  They gave us segregation and Jim Crow.  They started the KKK to harass and kill blacks.  Progressive hero Woodrow Wilson re-segregated the federal workforce.  They filibustered the Civil Rights Acts of the 1950s and 1960s. 

They continued their failed policies in the sad pockets of territory they have held for 60 years - our once great cities, which they've turned to shit.  Education there for poor blacks is dismal.  Opportunities are few.  They are given just enough to survive, and vote Democrat - they're told the corrupt black representative is on their side, and get a few crumbs once in awhile.  It's tragic what this party is responsible for.

Now that the tide has turned - lynching is out, segragation is out, racism is out - they've flipped the script and tell us it was someone else supporting and spreading racism all along. 

But of course they are still trying to divide us by race.  Now it's by attacking white America.  It's their first response to any opposition to their crackpot ideas.  See above quoted post for yet another example of it.  Disgusting.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 01, 2018, 09:34:49 PM »
POTUS is not a legislator - members of Congress are our legislators.  Legislation can become law without the President's signature.  Only Congress can approve a treaty.  Try reading a civics text.

Re-read what I wrote.  No law gets passed without the presidents signature.  He tells them in advance what he wants, what he will sign, and what he won't sign.  His office works with the Congress to craft a signable bill.  He is the single most important person in the process of creating new law.  Sure, they can override a veto, but how often is that?

The president is de facto the top legislator.


Same goes for a treaty.  The president negotiates, then proposes the treaty.  The Senate cumulatively approves it.  The president is again the single most important person in that process.

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Random Topics / Re: BELLGAB WILL BE CLOSING SOON!
« on: January 01, 2018, 09:06:33 PM »
It's interesting that everyone on this website is filthy rich, except MV

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Random Topics / Re: Random stupid things on your mind. Post them.
« on: January 01, 2018, 08:49:08 PM »
Reading the descriptions of the new X-Files episodes.

   ::)

That recent series sure sucked.  At least I think it did, I didn't get very far into the first episode.

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Random Topics / Re: Things That Annoy You
« on: January 01, 2018, 08:47:52 PM »
Money found in the washing machine after doing a load.

Does it belong to the person that left it in their clothes, or the person that finds it when doing the washing and drying?

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Random Topics / Re: Things That Annoy You
« on: January 01, 2018, 08:44:04 PM »
Also, how do you decide which drawers to put the various kitchen items in?

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Random Topics / Re: Things That Annoy You
« on: January 01, 2018, 08:43:25 PM »
The disparity between the level of labor with a man's lawn mower versus a woman's vacuum...!

To be sure that was mildly interesting, but what I'm really interested in is a discussion about the differences between using the TV remote and feeding the cats

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Kathy is getting desperate, and is shown here teeing it up for Falkie.

Unable to perform, he had to do something.  To distract her he took her out for a tray of overpriced donuts.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 01, 2018, 06:19:28 PM »
The president - any president - is the comander-in-chief, the top legislator (nothing goes into law without his signature), the top diplomat, the head of his party, the head of the government, the chief negotiater of treaties and trade agreements, the top police official, and etc.

There is nothing in the Constitution allowing judges to meddle in any of it, unless there is a relevant federal law or Constitutional issue involved.  The Constitutional issue is a tough one, being that the Constitution gives the president these powers in the first place.  How can it possibly be that non-Americans, outside the US - or their representatives - even have standing in court on immigration rules?  Because some bullshit judge says they do? 

I understand why an attorney trained in our Left-wing run law schools wouldn't be aware of this, but real Americans are

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 01, 2018, 06:03:20 PM »
No he doesn't and no we don't.  POTUS is subject to the Constitution and laws of the United States.  We do not have a "head of national security." 

I'm sorry you are a Deplorable.  But I understand.  Your way of life and white privilege is over. Being white no longer compensates for being stupid and uneducated and there is no longer a free pass to the head of the line.  Hillary didn't understand what a trauma this would be for you and yours and failing in that understanding cost her the election.  Trump, OTOH, plays to all your fears and you are indeed played.  This cycle can be broken.  But first you must do things like read a fucking book.

No we don't have an official position called ''Head of National Security''.  The collective responsibilities regarding national security are innumerated by the Constitution and granted to the office of the presidency.  The Framers determined we needed to invest those powers to one man, not a collective, in order to move quickly if need be. 

The president appoints the natonal security advisor, the Secretary of State, the Joint Chiefs, the head of the Department of Defense, the head of the CIA, the head of the FBI, their top aids, etc.  They carry out his policies. 

The president gets a daily briefing on national security issues, which the various federal judges are not privy to.


Whether you agree with Trump being chosen by the voters to perform this role is irrelevant.  Whether you want to blather about ''white priviledge'' or any other phony devisive bullshit the Left generates to get ther way is irrelevent.  He still has all those powers, and as someone needs to fulfill them, he's going to continue to do so.  Trump didn't play to anyone's fears, he spoke about the issues real Americans were concerned about, felt the same way, and promised to finally address them.  That's why he got elected - that and the Ds running the most dishonest, corrupt, incompetent candidate we've seen in quite some time, if ever.

By the way, the Supreme Court agrees with me, and sent those cases back to the phony judges.  That this issue is still alive is unfortunate, but the Court tends to rule as narrowly as possible on certain matters, and since Trump had already revised his policy they deemed those particluar cases moot - but did suggest they were wrongly decided and allowed Trump's current policy to continue pending additional review of more of these absurd cases.  Which Trump should and will win.

In case the main point gets lost, I'll restate it.  It is of utmost importance that one person be responsible for national security, in order to move quickly when need be.  The president is privy to a classified daily briefing on the matter, and these phony judges are not.  It's simply not their decision.  And they know that, even if you don't.

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Random Topics / Re: BELLGAB WILL BE CLOSING SOON!
« on: January 01, 2018, 05:45:07 PM »
... Kathy was passed out on the couch, George had to work early the next morning too...

That's Senda for you, getting an early jump on the work week

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 01, 2018, 12:52:11 PM »
Oh yeah. right..  ::)

Really?

Then what's your explanation for all those election losses?  That started the day Obama signed ObamaCare.

What's your explanation of why the country turned to a non-politician rather than elect what the fake news media told us was ''the most qualified person in history''.  I mean, who would turn down someone like that? 

Who is it, exactly, that has hounded Trump since before he took office, gone through everything in his past with a fine tooth comb, haven't come up with a single thing of substance, and regardless of that are stll insisting he's guilty of some heinous crime?  It isn't the average voter out there.


On judges, there are decades of examples of wrongly determined cases - but it's a problem that has grown over that time to become the menace to democracy and self rule it is now.  Important cases that followed the whims of the Left rather than followed the law.  These judges don't simply look at the law and come to a decision.  If they did so, the appointment of judges would not have turned into these toe-to-toe, all out battles we see now.  These bloody, divisive, dishonest battles are the Left trying to gain control of a system where their ideas can't win in a legislature but do in a courtroom.


Just one example of Liberal judicial decision making despite what the law says is the immigration of immigrants from Islamic countries rife with terrorists.  The people of this country see what's going on in those countries and in Europe (even if you don't), and don't want that here.  We don't want these people, it's our country, we decide - and that should be the end of it.

The president has every right to exclude them from immigration based on his role as head of national security.  We elect one person to make these decisions, and it's the president.

These fake judges that found in favor of immigrants - including a certain number of terrorists hiding among them - were well outside their judicial roles.  The didn't even bother to cite which law the president was breaking, and either the law or the Constitutional principle they were standing on.

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Random Topics / Re: BELLGAB WILL BE CLOSING SOON!
« on: January 01, 2018, 12:20:56 PM »
Nobody has anything better to do on New Years Eve than post on Bellgab?  I went to a dance club with my wife and her sis-in-law and the chicks there kept groping me even though I was sitting next to my wife.  I certainly expected more from you, Swishy.

You realize Swishy Pants doesn't get out much, and you are overstimulating him with these lurid stories, right?

Heh, keep them coming.

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... the master can plunk down almost 12 bucks for 3 donuts?...

That's before tip.  Oh wait..

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 01, 2018, 12:58:56 AM »
The only thing that surprises me is why Obama, who traditionally was a Sunni- at least according to upbringing and statements, did that big give-away to Iran? I, guess, the whole thing "enemy of my enemy is my friend" and a gut "those guys hate America" or pressure from the usual types in the DOS etc with "the Russians?" Or in Obama's drug-addled mind "any Muslim is a good Muslim?" Who knows? It would be interesting to hear what a body-man had to say about his logic or thinking. Pillow-talk might be great history? I just hope his give-aways to radicals and Muslims and open-border policies don't cause more harm than they already did in this new year.

The term Jr. High commie was used earlier.  I can't think of anyone fitting that description better.  Obama doesn't have a single strongly held belief, other than a vague notion that somehow the US is the problem in the world, and what's bad for us must be good. 

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At 2:40

"DONUTS!!!"

He spent $11.75 on three donuts.  Kathy liked hers, but Falkie didn't like either of the two he got for himself.  $11.75.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 31, 2017, 10:29:52 PM »
You said the PM. The government is in control of the legislature, but the thing to remember is that the sitting government doesn't always get its own way, especially if as Cameron and now Theresa May is finding out, they had a minority and have to form a coalition. Neither Blair nor Thatcher who had huge majorities got all their legislation through.. And no, unlike the aspirations of Trump, the PM doesn't have control over the judiciary.


But how are you on Trump Jr admitting to wanting shit on Clinton from the Russians? You really are learning from Trump! Change the subject.  ;D

Like I said, you can't quite grasp the idea that our head of government is not a dictator.  Part of the brilliance of separation of powers is it doesn't matter what the president wants, his powers are limited (unless it's Obama and weak, directionless, leaderless GOP officeholders in DC, but that's another story)

I doubt very much he ''wants'' control over the judiciary.  That sounds like the fake news media narrative again.  He wants what most of the country wants - judges who follow the law in their rulings, instead of their own left wing whims and agendas.

The country elected him to appoint the judges he felt would best do that, and that's what he's doing. 

Why do you think the Ds lost nearly 1000 state legislative seats, 13 governorships, the House, the Senate, and ultimately the presidency during Obama's term?  Because they liked his policies?  Because the Ds were getting what the country wanted done?

Why do you think there is such an outcry with Trump undoing much of it, and taking us in another direction?  Because the country doesn't want him to, or because the people who cheered on the policies that gave us the above election results don't like what's happening now and own the media outlets?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 31, 2017, 10:13:49 PM »
The desperate Iranian people have once again taken to the street to protest their incompetent corrupt, evil government.  Even though Obama's illegal treaty with Iran included planeloads of cash stacked to the ceiling on pallets, access to western financial markets, the end of the embargo which took decades to construct, and allowed them to sell their oil on the international market, they spent none of it on their economic sector.  Instead it all went to their international terror projects, the military, internal ''security'' forces, and their nuclear and ballistic missile weapons programs.

They are spending money on troops and war material in Yemen, Lebanaon, Iraq, and Syria, have regular military, Iranian National Guards, and local Shiite militias massing on Sryia's border with Israel, and are arming up Hezbollah and Hamas.

This is all possible thanks to Obama's treachery.  Thanks to Obama, the people of Iran will have a much more difficult time dislodging what had been a teetering government.

Wary of giving the Iranian government a propaganda victory in being able to legitimately claim the US is sidng with the protestors, Trump gave them support by telling Iran to handle things peacefully.  Obama couldn't even do that during the 2009 uprising.

It dumbfounds me people who never had an ill word for Obama become incensed with every comment and action made by Trump.  Obama set us on the wrong course on almost everything he touched, while Trump is doing his best to roll much of it back and get our country back on the right track  People overwhelmingly say they don't trust the fake news media, yet an enormous number of otherwise intelligent people take their every cue.

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