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Random Topics / Re: Google Adsense is finished on BellGab.
« on: January 12, 2018, 09:10:23 PM »
PS, MV has enough money to send his kid to Moslem school.  Where she's no doubt learning to love America.

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Random Topics / Re: Google Adsense is finished on BellGab.
« on: January 12, 2018, 09:06:08 PM »
So did you, twice! At least I only made that mistake once when I didn't know much about him. I did however know that McCain was a fucking creep and I was absolutely right about that. I bet there are a bunch of conservatives here who voted for him but don't want to talk about now.   :D

Keep it coming pud and his new best friend, liberal faggot!! ;D

I'll talk about it.  McCain is a complete ass, but he would have been light years better than Obama.  He wouldn't have green-lighted Iran's ballistic missile and nuclear weapons programs, for example.  He would't have created the vaccuum in Iraq that ISIS filled.  He wouldn't have sandbagged the economy for eight years, or set racial relations back 50 years.

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Random Topics / Re: Google Adsense is finished on BellGab.
« on: January 12, 2018, 01:35:47 AM »
It is never possible to control another's behavior, but it is always entirely possible to control one's reaction to the behavior of others.

Just scoll past it

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 12, 2018, 01:05:35 AM »
I donít think more damage could be done to conservatives than what W allowed to happen...

So if W caused damage, it's ok if Trump does as well - as long as a few people get all tingly over his dumb tweets, comments, and asshole behavior?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 12, 2018, 12:58:43 AM »
I donít think more damage could be done to conservatives than what W allowed to happen. Get elected, allow them to label him as a conservative, legislate as a moderate, and then allow democrats to blame himself and conservatives for everything that ever happened without any pushback...

No one is advocating that either

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 12, 2018, 12:58:27 AM »
What you people never get is no one else couldíve beat Hillary. We had Romney, he lost...

Yes, the same people who said Hilary would beat Trump told us none of the others could win either.  Why do you believe that?

I think what past elections have shown is the so-called ''moderates'', i.e. phony Republicans won't win.  McCain.  Romney.  Dole.  Bush lost the popular vote.  As did Trump, come to think of it.

What hasn't been tried since Reagan is an actual Conservative.


... At this point in time, with the corrupt media and demokkkrat party willing to say and do anything to acquire and keep power, itís going to take a war time consigliere. Trump won, and heís getting shit done. Who cares if the other side is offended, fuckím. Theyíve been shitting on republicans for decades.

I don't mind Trump shitting on the media or the Democrats.  Every once in awhile.  I don't think he should be attacking members of his own party whose support and votes he needs.  That's just stupid, sorry. 

I don't really think he should be making comments that turn off moderates and independent voters.  They are the people that swing elections.  Again, it's just plain stupid.  It's about the swing vote, not playing to his ego, not playing to his supporters.  Have any of his tweets gained him even one voter?  That's the test.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 11, 2018, 10:43:36 PM »
I know you feel the same as I do and thanks for your words of support. What was that old line of TR's?  "Speak softly but carry a big stick."

Trump likes to speak loudly and keep his hands in his pockets

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personally I picked up on the FAT CUNT SENDA'S vast knowledge of military topics from various publications by Jane's that often were authored by George or quoted him...

The loss of Falkie's inheritance - Maroney's Jane's and other military magazines - cannot be overstated.  The conclusions Falkie could have drawn from them, and added to his personal vast bulk of knowledge - and lived on as new articles he would have written - may well be lost forever.

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Random Topics / Re: Google Adsense is finished on BellGab.
« on: January 11, 2018, 10:36:23 PM »
Heh, exactly.  "Net neutrality," another example of the statists using "1984" as a playbook again.  Make sure you term something as the exact opposite of what it really is.  We'll all feel warm and fuzzy as we're led to "the comfort chambers."



Those Silicon Valley fascists loved Obama's ''net neutrality''.  It placed the restraint on internet service providers, but not those making decisions about the content we see - Google, FakeBook, Twitter. 

We have laws that allow government regulation in certain situations for the common good.  For example natural monopolies, the prevention of (heh) collusion and monopoly.  The airwaves are regulated.  Roads are regulated.  The environment is regulated.  What a person can build on his own property is regulated.  All sorts of industries are regulated.

Some regulations are necessary and control the worst excesses of capitialism, or step in where the private sector fails.  There is nothing wrong with that.  Other regulations are destructive and counter productive.  It seems to me the internet - as important as it has become to everything - needs a certain amount of ''beneficial''regulation.  What that may be is open for debate but it should certainly include those companies that dominate the internet, and prevent them from partisan censorship.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 11, 2018, 10:27:53 PM »
All three of these were replies to specific questions you were asked, and you dodged them by stating (not your direct words, but definitely the gist, and the way I phrase it here fits what I wrote earlier about the ways you dodge answering questions.):
1.If you're unaware of this, I can't help you.
2.Everybody already knows this, and I don't have to prove it.
3.The claims are 'fake news.'

1.I'm obviously talking about the unnecessary, burdensome laws.  If you're unaware any even exist, I'm not sure it's a good use of my time to run down a list for you.  All those companies that complain about them are probably lying.

Humor me anyway and list 10 of them.

2. Go look at population figures over the past couple of decades, and compare that to the growth in California state expenditures.  All those newer residents either work directly for government, or work in companies that supply them, feed them, report on their doings, etc.

Provide actual evidence for this claim about 'all those newer residents.'  I don't think that actually should be too hard.  However, it wouldn't involve looking over the growth in California state expenditures but in looking up the industries the people in Sacramento work for. If such information isn't available, you actually have zero evidence to back up your claim.  You could look over any city in California that has had population growth over the last couple decades and look at the growth in California expenditures and make a similar claim. As the line goes, correlation is not causation.

3.Because the Fake News Media played up the capping of the deduction of various state taxes, specifically property taxes and state income taxes.

Of course that's what the average person here who actually works and pays taxes is going to focus on - it's the narrative the pretend journalists have put out there.  So, duh, the House Republicans from Cali have to play politics on the issue.  The truth is, it's a good bill for everyone. 

Please show some calculations to back up your claim that the capping of the deductions isn't a real issue.  I think people can figure out for themselves (or with the help of an accountant) how their taxes will change and would be unlikely to fall for inaccurate media reports.  I'm aware that the capping of the deductions will mainly effect those with incomes of $100,000 or higher, however, since you clearly believe that cutting taxes for the wealthiest benefits everyone, please also explain then how the capping of these deductions can be 'good for everyone.'

That brings us down to January 1st.  If you actually answer these, we'll continue. We have another 7 weeks of your posts to go through after this.

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I also wonder about this (not that this is necessarily a contradiction, but I think it's fair to ask you to explain how you can believe both - and post them on the same day.  As per our agreement, you're not obligated to answer this.)

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.

but also

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.

Those are limited powers?

No, I haven't forgotten you.

Until MV sorts the posting issue out, it's too aggravating to address long posts that have quite a few questions.  Plus, you're right, I don't like reading long posts.  Give it a day or two

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 11, 2018, 10:22:33 PM »
I don't think I'm ever going to be completely happy with Trump.  He goes against the grain of how I think a President should act.  I like a positive but strong leader like Reagan plus he had manners.  I guess it is the Southerner in me.  I was taught manners and it was ingrained in me that if you didn't have manners, you were an ass.  I get it that many here support Trump's style of leadership after putting up with years of Democrap bullshit.  I actually sympathize but he grates on me.  I worry that in the long run, he is destroying the conservative movement. Plus, I do think he is a bit of an idiot and full of conceit.  Yeah he is doing a lot of the right things but I can't excuse his behavior.

I'll step off my high horse and place myself in the stocks. Let the tomatoes fly.

Yes, he is an ass.  He should be doing what he's doing with race and manners. 

What good is it going to do the country to have him take us in the right direction for a change, only to end up with a permanent Demcrat majority. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 11, 2018, 10:19:59 PM »
Ha. NBC Nightly News was outraged that Trump asked a valid question than Americans have been asking for many decades and then made a further comment that makes good sense.

"Mr. Trump asked why he would want ďall these people from shithole countries,Ē adding that the United States should admit more people from places like Norway.

What should be "alarming" is why politicians haven't been asking this basic question over the decades?
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/11/us/politics/trump-shithole-countries.html

Trump is 100% correct on this.  Everyone refers to these shithole countries as ''shithole countries''.  Everyone.  It's why people are fleeing from them and coming here in the first place.

The problem is, immigrants from these places are mostly poor, illiterate, uneducated, don't have job skills, and don't understand our system of personal freedom and personal responsibility.  They cost us more in handouts than they generate in the economy, certainly in taxes.  They are liabliities.


And the Left has managed to poison far too many of them.  The Left encourages them not assimulate.  They encourage them to pretend to be ''offended'', and demand we change for them.  They stir up division whenever they get a chance (their specialty).  They are now doing their level best to convince us all - immigrants included - that there is something wrong with being ''white''. 

Well, if that's the case, why would any ''white'' person want a larger percentage of non-whites than what we now have?  So a larger portion of the country can be anti-white?  Seeing what the Left is up to in stirring up anti-white hatred, why would we support any more third worlders coming here?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 11, 2018, 10:04:36 PM »
No one is going to do the research for you, but PUD's comment is correct with respect to federal income taxes paid and federal benefits received.  You can Google it.

That's right.  We had a pretty good thing going here until the Libs from the East Coast showed up - fleeing from taxes, bureaucracy, crime, bad schools, intrusive government, corruption, and all the rest - and started right up voting for Democrats.  Who proceeded to reenact what we see in the Liberal Northeast. 

Having ruined California, those same people are now moving out and spreading their poison to the other Western states. 

But it's all ok, right?  We still have what's left of the best farmland in the world - what hasn't been paved over for urban sprawl - we still feed the world.  We still have the entertainment industry, Silicon Valley, financial services, manufacturing tecnology, and so on.   

And the Libs think they built it, because they've managed to seize power?  It's going to take them more than a decade or two to completely ruin the economy, but I'm sure they're up to the task.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 11, 2018, 09:54:02 PM »

So Trump voters as a rule tend to drive cars into people and kill them? Or carry torches and KKK insignia? And/or post anti Semitic propaganda? I see, well, I didn't imagine you'd vouch for that, but I guess you really do hate America.  ???

This from someone who thinks Islam is just another odd but benign custom some foreigners arrive with.  You realize how tedious you are, right? 

There are more Black Panther and Weather Underground terrorists in the US than Nazis or Klansmen.  Including Obama's best friend Bill Ayres.  If we have a domestic threat, it's Solidarity International  Black Bloc  Occupy Wall St  BLM  Antifa.  Except they're a bunch of cowardly weaklings who would be stomped into the pavement if they ever stood for a street fight.  That they have to change their name every couple of years because they've so sullied the old one ought to tell you something

I can understand some illiterate in another country being misled by the Fake News Media about the status and size of the KKK in the US, but you've been here awhile.  How many Klansmen have you bumped into since you got here?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 11, 2018, 09:44:30 PM »
It depends... Do you think the French, Czech/Slovakia/Hungarian/Norwegian resistance were fascists for being violent against the Nazis who occupied their countries (but believed the countries were an annex of Germany)? You seem to be okay with the KKK and neo Nazis they were attacking. I don't agree with any violence to further a political viewpoint, across the board. Whether its left, right, middle or upside down.. But you seem to only think one side is wrong.. Why are you a Nazi and hate America?

I'm not confused, I take it the title reflects the content, if it doesn't then your hippy is confused.  :-\ ???

You're very confused.  We're talking about Antifa.  Just them. 

Not other groups fighting Nazis during WWII.  Groups in the US who believe they should be out using violence to prevent mainstream individuals they disagree with speaking, and preventing those who want to hear them from walking down the sidewalk toward the venue.  See the difference?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 11, 2018, 09:40:17 PM »

Then by this logic, ANTI fascists are bad, and fascists are good? Got it.

By your logic, people and groups are always what they claim to be.  We may be getting closer to the genesis of your delusions

Antifa considers capitalism ''fascism'', and are therefore anti-capitalism.  The Left is great at manipulating the language, or flat out lying.  Who's going to call ''Antifa'' out on saying they are the opposite of what they are - their allies in the Fake Media?

They are the ones using fascist tactics, not the people they are attacking.  That's not really in dispute, is it?

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Never knew he wrote for a military magazine.

You didn't pick up his vast knowledge of military history and general expertise in the subject from his posts, videos, or interviews? 

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Random Topics / Re: Google Adsense is finished on BellGab.
« on: January 11, 2018, 09:09:28 PM »
... Google is manipulating and impeding free thought all across the web, and the prevalence of Adsense enables them to do it by threatening website owners with the termination of their Adsense accounts.  BellGab is no longer going to participate in that system.

... these people and their soulless algorithms designed to manipulate you...

Goddammit, where are people supposed to go for ads for Asian and East Eurpoean mail order brides? 

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 10, 2018, 08:42:24 PM »
Joorch tells one of his invented stories...

I love George's fake personal stories.  They never quite ring true, yet somehow always seem to show him in a bad light.   He has all the self awareness of Falkie

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Politics / Re: Hillary Clinton
« on: January 10, 2018, 08:36:41 PM »
Hillary's gal-pal Huma is not divorcing underage girl sexting hubby Weiner...

She seems drawn to sleasy scummy politicians.  Now that Al Franken no longer qualifies for the role, she figured she'd keep what she has

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Now that Falie won't need glasses, will having gotten a free pair from George Noory still mean he won't light him up in his videos

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Of course he does. He was reading medical books at age three and writing them at age four.

You keep that up and you won't be contributing to the car fund

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 10, 2018, 01:09:34 AM »
I'll make a clear offer to you, hopeless retard, you answer all the questions that you've dodged (say over the last two months of so), and I'll answer you on this.

Sure, list them.  I'm going to bed, but I'll respond after work tomorrow

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 10, 2018, 12:58:39 AM »
You're one of these people who ''knows'' much, and understands little.  As opposd to the rest of your party, who know little and understand less.

You may as well spend your time watching daytime TV.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 10, 2018, 12:57:03 AM »
1.The only response I give to your posts is to keep pointing out that I'm not interested in having a discussion with you.

2.You can't "keep tossing out the incorrect Senate makeup during the Reagan years" since this is the first time you've done it (that I've seen) since I pointed out to you that you were wrong.  I presume if you made that false claim when I wasn't here, you would have noticed I wasn't here.

3.That's the standard comment you make, hopeless retard, when you can't answer a question:  "if you don't already know, I can't help you" or some such nonsense.

I'm just listening to old radio shows right now, so, if you really do want to play this game, I could go back over all your (recent) posts where you made such a comment and ask you to actually answer the questions you were asked.

You make the same static Keynsian comment about Trump's tax cuts ''increasing the deficit'' that the static Keynsians made about Reagan's tax cuts.  That they and you keep repeating the same tired accusations that were heartily refuted last time around, when the result was federal tax receipts doubling over eight years, amazes me. 

If you're going to insist that's the case this time, tell us what's different from last time when you guys were so wrong?  Or are we just supposed to take your word for it, put a Democrat in next time, and have them run the economy into the ground based on an ignorant world view?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 10, 2018, 12:17:31 AM »
You're such a hopeless retard you probably don't realize you routinely engage in what you (falsely) accuse me of doing here. Check the number of posts where you reply when pressed for details with something like "if you aren't aware of this already, I can't help you."

That you clearly believe that one rule applies to you but another rule applies to everybody else is one of the many reasons why you're worthless.

And again, if anybody with an I.Q above zero here asks the question you asked (so, basically anybody but you), I'll answer it, but I'm not interested in having any dealings with you, hopeless retard.

Standard comment when you have no idea - pretend you don't respond to my posts.

Why do you think I keep putting out the incorrect Senate makeup during the Reagan years, before posting something I know you'll pretend to have an answer for but will then refuse to respond to?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 10, 2018, 12:00:33 AM »
I've posted B.S.  My claim is false and I'm a liar.  The relevant numbers are the debt.

It's a start

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 09, 2018, 11:58:28 PM »
As I've said before, I'm not interested in having a discussion with you, hopeless retard.  However, just to point out as I've I've already shown you, the Republicans controlled the U.S Senate from 1981-1986.

Is it so hard for you to understand that you're worthless and I'm not interested in having anything to do with you?


Way to avoid the question.  Like I said, most simply refuse to respond, come back with something off topic.

The question was:  how did tax revenue to the federal government double during the Reagan years when we had all those tax cuts?  Why should we listen to someone now who sounds exactly like the people who didn't have an answer then, and still can't explain it 30 years later?

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Falkie knows more than the doctors do about most things, including what he needs to stay healthy, and how to stay fit.  There are trolls and haters who have been predicting his demise for decades, but he's a survivor so you better just get used to him being around for a long time. 

So STFU, watch the next video, and get your checkbook out.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 09, 2018, 11:42:05 PM »
'Current' being the key word there because it doesn't take into account the latest Republican tax cut scheme which will add around another $150 billion a year to the deficit.  The deficit for 2017 is already going to be in the $400-450 billion range, so baring major spending cuts (i.e the euphemism 'entitlement reform') the U.S is looking at deficits in the $500-600 billion range for as far as the eye can see.  And, that's with the economy operating at near full employment.

This is the sort of thing people who didn't understand economics said about the Reagan tax cuts.  They never did explain how federal tax revenue doubled during Reagan's time in office, and they still don't know.  They're completely baffled by it.

After ignoring requests to explain that, they'll start in talking about how the deficit went up during those years.  But won't say a thing about the House and Senate being controlled by the Ds during those years, and holding Reagan's agenda hostage unless he went along with their reckless wastefull spending.  The Congressional Ds spent all of that increase every year, and borrowed still more on top of it.


Please, please tell us - oh autistic one - how it is that federal tax revenue doubled under Reagan, when every single person in the Western world who sounded like you said it wouldn't?  Just like you are saying with the Trump tax cuts now.  Really, I'd like to hear the explanation - I've been waiting to hear it for 30 years.

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