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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 23, 2017, 01:30:04 PM »
http://www.zew.de/en/presse/pressearchiv/deutschland-ist-der-verlierer-der-us-steuerreform/?cHash=75addafc432190cf3c257046de2fb167

A German economist warning Germany about the consequences of our new tax code.

I read something along the same lines in the (government controlled) Chinese media as well.  No wonder the globalist fake news media here is going nuts.  If they truely thought it was bad for the country, and thus would help their party, they'd be encouraging the Rs to support it.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 23, 2017, 01:17:05 PM »
I would be curious about how your "study" breaks down between ethnic, regional, and racial groups and also if it included the millions of illegals, and legal, immigrations that waltz across the open border who often, due to their country, poverty, or education, have diseases or unhealthy lifestyles. There are certainly problems in the US healthcare system but, like so many other things, so many illegals, and legal, immigrants don't help the situation and make it much worse.

Yes, the rest of us are interested in that, and many other factors that went into creating the ''study''. 

Not Pud though, he's not a bit interested, because the ''study'' already shows what he wants it to show

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 23, 2017, 01:13:26 PM »



Did you actually open the link dufass? The USA has been consistently in the lower ranks of health provision/highest cost for decades. Why are you surprised, because you're 'murican and you think its the best because you think so? Jeeze, are you in for a wake up.

Nothing to do with Micheal Moore or Sean fucking Penn..Its an assessment that's conducted by a world wide independent survey. You're a deluded fucking idiot.
As I said, show the real figures if you don't accept what I posted.. Go for it. Please, feel free.

You've had statistical manipulation explained to you multiple times.  You've had the flaws in this ''study'' explained to you multiple times.  Apparently you prefer the comfort of being told what you want to hear by those whose socialism you agree with.

Despite repeated requests you won't tell us why Canadians, Europeans living under the system you advise, and anyone else in the world who has the chance comes here for their serious healthcare matters.  Or how it is we lead the world in new pharmaceuticals, new medical devices and equipment, medical research, medical training and education, new medical technique and so on.  Although I'm sure you can find some study showing we're behind Cuba in all those as well


Speaking of Sean Penn, I haven't heard him insisting we change course and follow Venezuela's lead much lately.  What's up with that?  The thing about these Leftwing idiots is we can see what they've done in other places, and avoid it if we pay attention.  When they wreck our country, it will be impossible to get it back

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 23, 2017, 12:49:52 PM »
1) Hillary got 3,000,000 more votes than Demented Don. So much for your premise that Hillary is unpopular.

2) She will never run for another elective office . So why the continuing obsession with Hillary?

No one is supposed to point out the flaws of past Democrats - especialy Hillary Clinton and Berock Obama. 

However it is ok to lie about Bill Clinton, for example to give him credit for Newt Gingrich balancing the budget, and it is ok to lie about Reagan from time to time when need be.  We must also be regularly reminded that some of the Founding Fathers and some of the Framers of the Constitution owned slaves.  No fair bringing up the racism of the previous wave of ''progressives'', FDR, Woodrow Wilson, Margaret Sanger and the rest though


By the way, Hilary was supported overwhelming by those collecting handouts, criminals, illegal aliens, big city busybody Libs who think they should be running everyone else's lives, Occupy Wall St-type thugs, and the rest of the rabble, losers, and low information voters.  Real Americans - the people who should be deciding - voted overwhelmingly for Trump.  Thankfully 200+ years ago the afore mentioned slave holders had the foresight to include an Electoral College system in our governing documents.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 23, 2017, 12:40:18 PM »
... I noticed PonyBoy didn't stay long. At her age I don't think she's pulling much wool, but the LePew is strong in that one.

You fucker, where do I go now for commentary on tattoos, vampires, and Lesbionism?

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Random Topics / Re: Random stupid things on your mind. Post them.
« on: December 23, 2017, 12:36:20 PM »
I have always, always hated this fucking guy

He gets a NoblePrize in economics, then turns into a shit-writing political columnist..

Someone:  ''He got a Nobel Prize in economics''

Me:  ''Yeah, about international trade and customer's preferences for diversity in available products, but that isn't what this column is about''

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Random Topics / Re: Damon: Troll Victim
« on: December 23, 2017, 12:28:40 PM »
No one has trolled Damon for several days

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: December 21, 2017, 12:36:49 AM »
Noory has Doc Wallet on as guest again tonight, but this time Noory says he will be talking about pet's health instead of humans.
Makes sense since the Doc is actually a veterinarian...

George's gerbils aren't doing well

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 21, 2017, 12:26:02 AM »
Lets call INS on this fucker! I'll bet real money he's here illegally. :)  He's white so the Californians will shit-can his ass back to ENG-AL-UND toot-sweet!

I think he came here when Obama was president, and decided to stay when Trump won.

Even the prince married an American so he'll have somewhere to go when the terrorists they love so much finally overrun the palace.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 20, 2017, 11:39:35 PM »
Blah blah...from this day forward its Trumpcare. Oval Office, White House,1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington DC, 20500: Is where you need to direct your queries, and complaints.

I think you are confused - you seem like the one doing the complaining.  You've even got the address and phone number handy.

Just tell them you're here from England and want your free healthcare.

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Random Topics / Re: Things That Annoy You
« on: December 20, 2017, 09:12:37 PM »
When people say ''I'm not sure'', when they don't have the slightest idea.

''I'm not sure'' is for when a person is fairly certain about something but not sure enough to commit, or has it narrowed down to a few possibilities.  ''I don't know'' is when they just plain don't have the information.


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 20, 2017, 08:47:36 PM »
Oh, and today Trump said that today was the last day of Obamacare.. He didn't want that part released to the public in the tax bill apparently.. Anyway, what it means is if anyone's health insurance increases and/or the services you pay for isn't covered or provided, you have to look no further than your Republican representative and Trump to thank.

We'll keep that in mind as we review the disaster we call ObamaCare.  All the lies told about it.  All the people throw off good policies they liked.  All the people who have worse policies for a lot more money now.  The Constitutional issues ignored or re-written by an out of control fascist court - all of which are now precedents for more of the same.

Oh, but a few rats got some shitty policies paid for by the taxpayers.  Which were worse than what those same people could have already signed up for from any number of federal, state, or local agencies if they were truly poor.  And the Left took a major step twoards their medium-term goal of turning us into Venezuela.  I guess that makes it all worthwhile.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 20, 2017, 08:31:55 PM »

My point was we are a nation of immigrants. And after each new generation settles in they spit on the next ones that come here chasing the American Dream. None of you know the statistics of legal and illegal immigrants before Trump's lies and exaggerations. "If Dear Leader says it I will nod my head in agreement and spout today's approved slogan". Talk about remarkably stupid. Or just willfully ignorant and happy to remain that way


I'll turn mine over to Pocahontas

Perhaps part of the problem is that too many of the Trump haters had apparently paid zero attention to what's been going on in the country prior to the last election.

It's easy for the pretend media to politize and criminalize everything he does, even though it's either the normal activity when a new administration takes over, well within the preogative of a president, not a crime at all, and etc.  People believing fully in the Fake Media, with their distortions, sophistry, criminalizing normal behavior - amplyifying certain events and downplaying others.  (A recent classic example was criminalizing Trump the president-elect from discussing matters with foreign leaders, then ignoring ex-president Barry Obama doing the same thing.  One was said to be in violation of the Logan Act and ''setting up a shadow State Department'', and one was praised for reaching out to foreign leadership)


You think no one was concerned about illegal immigration before Trump came along?  Or controling our borders?  Or vetting Muslims?  Or controlling the budget?  Or appointing judges who would base their rulings on the law instead of their own personal agendas?  Or any of the rest of it?

If you think any of this is just coming up now, because Trump says it, where have you been?

Let's take just illegal immigration.  We've had a problem in this country going back at least as far as the Reagan Administration, when our economy took off.  We had a general amnesty in the late 1980s - it was a compromise with the other side of the agrement being that we would become serious about securing the border.  Allow those already here to stay, but reduce the ability for more to come illegally.  The Democrat Congress didn't hold up their end of the bargain, and didn't provide funding for the security measures they agreed to.

There have been several general versions of amnesty for illegal aliens since, each with lip service regarding controlling the border.  For you to realize you didn't know that - and thought it started with Trump riling people up - would indicate to most people they should stop and educate themselves on the issue before posting about it, but of course that course of action doesn't apply to Libs.  Because to them facts don't matter.

 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 20, 2017, 07:32:46 AM »

323 million immigrants admitted over 300 years without their hosts permission

Remarkably stupid.

When you and the other Libs return your homes to a full blooded Native American Indian and leave the country, we'll listen to this argument.  Until then, circa 2017 this is our country and we decide who comes here.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 20, 2017, 07:30:13 AM »

So what do you want to do with the law abiding, hard working, super achieving Dreamers and their kids. Here through no fault of their own?

So what do ou ant to do with the Dreamers and their kids who are criminals, don't speak English, have no job skills, and/or live off government hand outs?   Here through no fault of their own?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 19, 2017, 10:41:09 PM »
... And lemmings like Pud... display their ignorance for all to see...

And apparently proud of it. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 18, 2017, 11:56:14 PM »

Am I the only rube who doesn't own a tv? My lack of interest in "programming" goes back to the late 70's when I would visit my relatives on the reservation who barely had electricity yet held a better grasp of what was actually going on in the world than my young smartass self. To this day I find the news drek other than informative, a discordant cacophony which sounds like the farts of hell to my ears. I never liked being told what's what and if you tell me while wearing a suit and pretty hair I only want to piss on your shitty shoes. It's not that I'm a bad guy, it's purely reflexive but I keep it contained to the degree that's necessary. But to say I've got no interest in television programming, and in particular, cable/network news is like saying a rabid cat isn't interested in scuba diving. I've never had a cable or satellite connect in my home, or analog/digital antenna and of the numerous and regular amount of hotel stays I've had in the past several years, I can remember turning the tv on one time- (in Chandler, AZ, last month) to watch the sci fi channel. It's almost like my ears initiate an allergic reaction in muh brain when I hear the noise of television. So I have some type of psychological aversion to watching tv is what I'm hearing myself saying here...


...was thinking about it and the last time I sat and watched any tv news was at Art Bell's house, with the AB's and Heather, cuz CNN was on the whole time and I remember thinking- Wow, people actually watch this shit!? It all seems like a really lame SNL skit. I mean the best you can hope for is that some factoid like the actual amount of dead and injured in a train crash or shooting or other mess might be accurately reported. Beyond that, editorializing and the monetization of bullshit seem to be the purpose of the circus.


But it could just be me. What the fuck do I know?

I have a similiar loathing for cell phones.

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Random Topics / Re: Damon: Troll Victim
« on: December 18, 2017, 09:21:38 PM »
BellGabber Damon seems to get trolled a lot. I see people lobbing shit at him in the Falkie thread, he was one of the principal targets during the short lived guest posting experiment, etc... so many examples of it.


Why?


He's different, but inoffensive and agreeable overall.  Is there something sinister about him that I've overlooked? Is he running a puppy farm outside of Bakersfield?

He pronounces Senda Sinta.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 18, 2017, 12:35:41 AM »
I like NIT's posts. Why are you so divisive? Eat a dick.

No one's denying what you are, Jack, but you.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 18, 2017, 12:33:03 AM »
Speaking of stories that oddly don't have ''legs'', didn't one of Barry Sander's campaign staffers shoot at a bunch of Republican Congressmen, critically wounding one of them?  What ever happened to that?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 18, 2017, 12:30:13 AM »
As soon as that slob announced he was leaving he shouldíve been escorted from the building by security. Heís a national security risk now. That is standard procedure for any company as it protects both entities.

What happened to all those female Senators who were demanding peewee's resignation while the rest of the swamp was going after Roy Moore?

Now that election is over, are we supposed to just move on and forget all about Francken's supposed ''resignation''?  It must not have actually happened, since the media somehow haven't mentioned it since.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 18, 2017, 12:26:50 AM »

The AG should have never been appointed, let alone confirmed.  The recusal is the one decent thing he's done since taking office...

You just spent eight years giving full throated approval to the two most unethical, corrupt AGs in history, so please spare me your partisanship blather.

Sorry, for obvious reasons I didn't read the rest of that post or any of the others.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 17, 2017, 11:17:09 PM »
Any word on when the Giant of the Senate is stepping down?

Or is that pipsqueak planning on just hanging around, laying low until everyone forgets he's resigning?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 17, 2017, 07:52:20 PM »
As soon as the DNC/Media claimed he was mr impartial, you knew he wasnít...

That and the fact he's been in DC for decades.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 17, 2017, 07:44:41 PM »
As soon as the DNC/Media claimed he was mr impartial, you knew he wasnít. He is best friends with Comey, that alone shouldíve forced him to recuse himself. The fact this is an unconstitutional witch hunt is well established. And the fact itís turned up jack squat just makes these idiots and their lemming followers an even bigger laughing stock.

The AG should never have recused himself, and Trump should have fired all the Obama holdovers, including the person who would ultimately appoint the special prosecutor when the AG recused himself.  No way does a Trump appointee appoint a special prosecutor for what was always nothing more than a witch hunt,a distraction from getting an anti-globalist agenda pushed through.  At the time of the appointment, the AG should have stepped in and stated Muller was strictly limited to areas the AG recused himself from.  Or, getting wind of it in advance, un-recused himself.  This whole series of events leading to the appointment of Muller was a clusterfuck.

I still don't know what Trump was supposed to have done, or why the Russians would have needed him to do whatever it was.  Somehow the pretend media glosses over the need to present that information.  Shouldn't there be a specific crime or a suspicion of one before starting an investigation?  Since when is the following acceptable in America: ''well, someone thinks there may have been a crime in there somewhere, so we are going to look into every aspect of everyone's life you are associated with to see if we can find one''? 

If Obama knew the Russians were meddling, and didn't do a thing to stop it, shouldn't he be the one under investigation?  Or was he too busy meddling in the election himself, and happy for the help?  (I still convinced Putin would have preferred the weak, incompetent, and corrupt Mrs Clinton to Trump)

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My suggestion before he goes all in and buys a container home is to do a test run.

Get an old cardboard box, take it down to the creek, and live in that over the winter.  And no fair sneaking back into his apartment - in fact he should lock it and give me the key, with instructions not to let him back in until June, no exceptions.

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Our desk has learned that Anthony "George" Senda is rapidly losing hope for a container house in 2018-19. "It just is not meant to be," he is reported having glumly told one of our colleagues.

More details as they avail themselves.

The good news is he saw the photo of the home made of beer cans. 

He lives in Martinez, which is a nice historic town near San Francisco, safe, clean, a nice downtown, easy Bart access, plenty of open space, an apartment he pays $200 a month for - which they allow him to keep packed with his treasures and aren't concerned with upkeep.  I don't know why he wants to leave. 

Something tells me he wouldn't like it off the grid, away from people, far from a food supply.  If it's solely because he wants to go somewhere where ''the trolls'' don't have his address, he'd give that away soon enough and he'd be right back where he started - except out in the boondocks.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 17, 2017, 07:08:47 PM »


Not exactly.  People have the right to their papers and personal information, unless there is a warrant - obtained through due process - for it.  I don't know why you continue to think once a non-Democrat becomes president they lose their Constitutional Rights.

Since someone else was hosting the information on their server, they simply turned it over to Muller.  They had no right to do so, and Muller has no right to the information, let alone request it.  And he knows that, even if you don't.


Oooh yes, he's sooo respected, sooo ethical and sooo above reproach.  And a war hero.  Everything he does must be clean a a whistle because everyone in the swamp just thinks the world of him.  This should put an end to that fairy tale

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 17, 2017, 07:02:51 PM »
Other than those phony judges and their supporters who tried to remove responsibility for national security from the president, and set up their own shadow State Department, is anyone else surprised the most recent bombing terrorist was from a Muslim nation?

These dipshits must be absolutely baffled everytime there is a terrorist incident it somehow turns out to be a Muslim.  ''Huh, again?  What are the odds?''

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 17, 2017, 06:34:06 PM »
Former Attorney General Eric Holder called for "mass, popular, peaceful" protest from the American public if Special Counsel Robert Mueller is fired amid reports that Trump's transition lawyers are saying Mueller obtained emails illegally.

When operative Eric Holder calls for protests if Trump fires Mueller, then it's time to fire Mueller.

Thanks for the tip Eric!!

ABSOLUTE RED LINE: the firing of Bob Mueller or crippling the special counselís office. If removed or meaningfully tampered with, there must be mass, popular, peaceful support of both. The American people must be seen and heard - they will ultimately be determinative.

https://twitter.com/EricHolder/statuses/942481938165747712

https://www.axios.com/eric-holder-firing-mueller-is-absolute-red-line-reason-for-protest-2518225816.html

This pig was one of the top officials in the Obama Administration.  An administration that could have done much to reconcile our racial divide, but instead did everything it could to exacerbate it.

A sane country would never have allowed these people anywhere near the White House; an honest media that put journalism first would have hounded them for their conduct, and their real crimes, the way they now hound Trump for imaginary ones; and in that sane country, had they somehow gotten into office under subterfuge, would have been removed through the impeachment process.

Eric Holder ought to lay low and thank his lucky stars everyday he isn't in prison, or worse.  Why he and his fellow felons in the Obama Administration haven't been indicted, tried, convicted, and locked up is beyond me.

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