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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 10:26:52 PM »
Peter Fonda should be separated from his nuts.  What a fucking degenerate scumbag. 


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5865169/Actor-Peter-Fonda-says-Barron-Trump-12-ripped-mothers-arms.html


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 06:40:35 PM »

Speak of the Devil and she shows up to illustrate my point.   This is all about thwarting Trumpís efforts and nothing else.  Gloat away while the problem festers, dear.

By the way, how is it that a self identified proud black women chooses to represent herself with the image of a woman who clearly has caucasion features.  Wouldnít a photo of Barbara Jordan or Maxine Waters do?


No, huh?   Okay, how about Halle Berry--she's really hot?  Tell you what, if you don't use her for an avatar, I'm gonna. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 05:27:33 PM »
Next step:

EXPEL THE UN from our soil and cease ALL funding!

Make it so #1!

;)

I actually heard someone say that the only reason Trump ran for president is to kick the UN off the primo real estate it occuppies on the east side of Manhttan so he can pick the property up for a song and build a hotel in its place.   No shit, they actually said that right out loud in front of God and everybody. 


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 03:08:01 PM »


No, dunderhead. I was asking a question. Did you see the question mark? I was wondering how you and your ilk are feeling about having to make such a quick 180

You leave his ilk out of this. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 02:27:20 PM »
Just found out Trump is signing an order to stop the forcible separation of children from their parents. This is a show. He doesn't have to sign anything. All he has to do is tell Sessions to knock it off. Just like he told him to start it


So, is Trump a weakling that folded? And how can he do it anyway if you idiots are so sure it was a law only Congress can overturn?


Speak of the Devil and she shows up to illustrate my point.   This is all about thwarting Trumpís efforts and nothing else.  Gloat away while the problem festers, dear.

By the way, how is it that a self identified proud black women chooses to represent herself with the image of a woman who clearly has caucasion features.  Wouldnít a photo of Barbara Jordan or Maxine Waters do?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 01:57:22 PM »
I'll say this:

Any soulless cruel cunt who makes it policy to separate young children from their mother as a means of deterrence to others should be rightly burned alive. It is a throwback (and was compared as such by that weasel Sessions) to what the Nazis' did to the non Aryans in the 1930's. His 'reasoning' was at least the parents now aren't being killed! What happened to the crowing too? If it's such a popular policy (it is policy not law) why isn't Trump congratulating himself and saying it's a big beautiful idea of his? Cold feet?

Anyone who can remember what they felt like when they got lost in a crowd and separated from their parents even briefly and how their parents had that sick feeling can surely relate to this. If not then you are a sociopath. Once again, I'm against illegal immigration, that is not the same as splitting up families to make a point.

I'm not going to apologise to you. Why the fuck should I? I'm not the craven Trump cultist who hangs onto his every word as the gospel. One day you or your family too might need to be rescued from horrors you so far cannot imagine, let's hope someone is there for you eh? In the meantime, fuck Trump with angry wasps.

The soulless cruel cunts are the ones who would recklessly subject children, not always their own, to the hardship, abuse and threats to their lives that they certainly knew would face them en route to our border before setting out.  The pictures you see of children in wire enclosures are at the point of entry.  They are there for a short time before being taken to clean, well appointed facilities where their physical needs are met  and every effort is made to assuage  their emotional distress .  They recieve nourishing food, a clean bed of  their own and ample recreational facilities.  In fact, in most cases it is the first time these children have experienced such care and material well being.  Furthermore, it is a much better situation than hundreds of thousands of children in our inner cities will ever know. Perhaps you would prefer the practice of catch and release be continued wherein the children end up who knows where with who knows whom.  Itís not a permanent arrangement and these kids are reunited with the adult that dragged them over the border, if they are found to actually be the parent and bother to return for them, when their cases are adjudicated.

The vast majority of so called asylum seekers are nothing of the kind. They are in fact  economic migrants attempting to enter the country under false pretenses.  The children are synically used as leverage by the alleged parents and by drug cartels who benefit from the chaos flooding our borders with children creates.  Any parent who would use their kids in this way is not fit to be a parent and should be denied custody of their children permanently.

As usual the left never fails to take advantage of a crises and is using the tragic circumstances of these children to make political hay instead of fixing the problem which they have resisted doing for decades.  Take a look at the many sound bites of past statements by those politicians who are now decrying the effective and humane measures being taken (the Clintons, Obama and various politicians and, most disgustingly, so called civil rights leaders.). Almost to a person they have called for strengthening our southern border because of the harm illegal immigration does to our own  disadvantaged citizens especially minorities.  I even heard one panicked claim that the facilities being provided for the children at $37k per year are being run by pedophiles although the individual making the claim could not cite one specific instance that would suggest that this is the case. Their is no depth that these faux humanitarians will sink to to garner the attention of the gullable who make their judgements on the basis of a 15 second sound bite depicting bawling children.  Anyone could have gotten a similar shot on the first day of kindergarten in any school in the world when mothers must leave their children in the hands of teachers and exit the building.  Perhaps  it would be better if we held entire families on a small barren atoll off the coast of New Guinea like Australia does.

What is so sad is that this highly stage managed melodrama will most certainly delay the implementation of the comprehensive solution that is needed to  alleviate the suffering that Pud and other shallow thinking knee jerk leftist so loudly lament.  Whatís worse is that it is  being driven primarily by a spiteful hatred of Trump rather than true compassion.  This, amount many other things, is evidenced by the sickening rationalization and backpedaling we heard from the left after it was shown that the photo of kids being held, albeit briefly, in what amounts to an over sized dog crate that was the focus of a massive MSM blitz was shown to be taken during the Obama Administration.  Christ, could these bellicose humanitarian impersonators be any more disengenous and hipocritical?  Remember, these are the same anti Trump subversives  that are actually defending corrupt Obama Administration officials and other swamp rats that schemed to prevent Trump from being elected using lies and subterfuge and after failing to do that plotted to unseat the duly elected President of the United States through criminal abuse of their powers of office.  You can accurately guage the validity and sincerity of those who make a false claim to noble motives in their attackís on Trump by what they choose to pay attention to and shamelessly embellish, what they blithely dismiss or sarcastically gainsay and the truths they studeously ignore.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 09:20:09 AM »
Well, I don't mean to bother you again, but in my circles, people are appalled at how much athletes area paid.  Same with top execs in all fields, including healthcare, education, and nonprofits.

Fourteen

Are you equally appalled by how much movie stars and MSM personalities make?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 19, 2018, 09:43:55 PM »
I wonder if Albrecht and Gravity Sucks know that the federal government is running a concentration camp for tots in their fair state.  I hope they're getting federal impact funds.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 19, 2018, 09:27:42 PM »
Ah Baltimore!

Something to really "crab" about...

 ;)

Yup, there's always been something very fishy about Balmer. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 19, 2018, 09:19:40 PM »
She seems to have been here a while, at least from join date, yet somehow she doesn't know what Keith looks like or how many women we have here.

Some things don't add up, as you seem to have twigged on to. :-X


Yeah, I guess I assumed she was a newbie because of her seeming lack of familiarity and didn't recall her weighing in on this thread before. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 19, 2018, 08:55:41 PM »
I don't think I did. In fact, I explicitly stated that while some obscene wage discrepancy has gone on over the last couple decades that as long as that was fine with everyone financially involved in that venture it really is no one else's business.

An obscene wage discrepancy occurs when the slugger free-agent you just signed for 23 mil is batting .125.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 19, 2018, 08:14:07 PM »
Breaking News: Earlier today pud was escorted from Bellgab.

LMAO!  Fucking brilliant! 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 19, 2018, 08:08:21 PM »
Small businesses and startups ARE funded by their owners.  As far as large, publicly traded corporations, why would a CEO fund the company he is hired to run?  Often much of his compensation is in the form of company stock, and no one should be over-weighted in one investment - which is already the case and would be more so if he bought more shares. 

And by the way, buying more shares would come from current shareholders, not newly issued company stock.  If the actual owners, the shareholders need more funding the company can borrow or issue new shares - there is no need for the CEO to provide it.


Also, the economy - and stock market, which measures the value of the companies you're talking about  - have exploded over the past 35 years.  Yes, even including two major busts, and several recessions.


And third, it's up to the company shareholders to determine CEO pay.  CEOs have a certain skillset that is difficult to find, and there aren't enough good ones to go around.  That's why pay is so high.  Don't like it, don't invest in that company's stock.  Otherwise it really isn't anyone's business.

The idea that one should be rewarded in direct proportion to his contribution is an anathema to all good socialist.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 19, 2018, 07:43:03 PM »
I stopped watching the BS a long time ago.  It really lowered my blood pressure.

Yeah, I know.  Sometimes I wonder if I have a masochistic streak.  Why else would I expose myself to their ridiculous blather?  Maybe I should just stick a hot poker in my ear as a less painful alternative.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 19, 2018, 07:34:39 PM »
Absolutely not, otherwise your post would have been balanced.  It is unbalanced to debate welfare without mentioning corporate subsidies and welfare.  The amount CEOs "steal" prior to bankrupting their businesses and laying everyone off, is an amount that could probably support most of the employees as a group for a couple of years.  So, they could put that money back into the organization and stop being so greedy for their own wallet.  Then, within a couple of years, the company would be doing fine again. 

While "giving" food and medicine to the (working) poor and money to low-income parents may be considered bad by some, it is FAR more unethical to rack up profits, rake them in, and then siphon them off knowing it will result in layoffs and welfare, knowing the business will be bailed out at government expense.

Fourteen's Mother


After due observation, I am convinced that Ms. Pituitary Gland here is a Democrap troll.  She is a veritable Siri of canned leftist responses and her arrival on BG coincides suspiciously with the beginning of the Leftís  full court press to divert attention from the accelerating exposure of their crimes.  Sheís just a slightly less obnoxious version of Uhura. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 19, 2018, 06:47:30 PM »
Here is the CSPAN link which includes the transcript.
https://www.c-span.org/video/?446817-1/doj-inspector-general-michael-horowitz-testifies-clinton-email-probe-report

If I have to watch one more Democrap fein tearing up while delivering a load of malicious, self serving horseshit Iím going to hurl. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 19, 2018, 05:31:59 PM »
I didnít see the game.  Did he throw any elbows?  His old man was in on the JFK thing you know?

I finally got a look at the game.  Ironically, Kimmel canít go to his left. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 19, 2018, 01:08:44 PM »
Corporate welfare is STILL welfare.  When CEO pack in millions while depleting American jobs in favor of gong bankrupt or off-shoring.  So many subsidies.  So many bailouts.  Can you see it?  I mean, farmers paid NOT to grow crops?  That's definitely welfare!

Fourteen

Concur.  Why did Obama Obama sign the welfare checks issued to corporations?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 18, 2018, 09:11:48 PM »
Still nothing from Pud?  Is he just going to pretend he didn't see this link yesterday or this morning on UK immigrant family separation practices?

I think he owes us either an apology for his ignorant hate speech (copied below) or an explanation of British policy and why he's ignored it.  Given his level of anger and hostility (again, below), he needs to also address all the other presidents and Congresses who governed under this law and didn't change it, and the fake news media who have ignored it for decades as well. 

While he's at it, I'd like to see his list of countries who let anyone walk across the border into their countries, and are then welcomed with open arms.  Unfortunately, I'm guessing the only thing we'll get from him on this is more lies about Trump:

Pud is such a drama queen.  Sure Trump is ripping nursing infants from their motherís breast but he doesnít eat them anymore. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 18, 2018, 08:56:00 PM »

HA. I thought you were refering to that charity basketball game. But he was good in hearing. Too bad it likely made no news.

I didnít see the game.  Did he throw any elbows?  His old man was in on the JFK thing you know? 


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Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: June 18, 2018, 07:48:10 PM »

Not at all surprising.  A dose of clap would be more popular than Nancy Pelosi.

https://www.thedailybeast.com/kim-jong-un-more-popular-than-pelosi-among-republicans-exclusive-poll-results

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 18, 2018, 07:32:25 PM »
I'm not reading 30 pages of bad news.  And, I said "recent", under the new Zero Tolerance Policy.

Fourteen

Okay, so 14 is your dress size, right?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 18, 2018, 07:01:33 PM »

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 18, 2018, 06:54:22 PM »
And many, especially on the left and Democratic Party but also some in the Republican Party, seem so "concerned" about children but ignore what happens to children both legal and illegal all the time by illegals living here or during the process of cross the border illegally, and by the parents of illegals who care so little about their children they will abandon them, risk long marches across deserts, or give them to coyotes or cartels to cross illegally.
One of many here:

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jul/23/texas-police-arrest-2-illegal-immigrants-gang-rape/




https://www.dallasnews.com/news/crime/2014/07/13/multiple-deportee-arrested-in-molestation-of-north-texas-girl-9

This whole brouhaha has been generated by the Left to keep Trump from cleaning up the mess on our southern border.   The only inhumane act being committed is by obstructionist Democraps and Republicans who have refused to deal with the issue for decades and are now blocking the road to a solution.  The various motives for their doing nothing have been discussed extensively on these boards and donít require reiteration, but, there is no doubt that sticking a finger in Trumpís eye is now the main impetus and takes priority over all else including ending the exploitation and endangerment of the children who they are crying crocodile tears over. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 18, 2018, 05:11:22 PM »
To all of those who are hyperventilating about some families being separated after illegally entering the the country I would ask why donít you all volunteer to take these families into your homes and be responsible for their care and maintenance and insuring that they appear when required for disposition of their cases.  Sort of an ďadopt a family of wetbacksĒ program.   Címon Pud, why donít you and wifey stop wringing your hands and blubbering over the plight of these poor unfortunates and step the fuck up.  .


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 18, 2018, 01:13:10 PM »
Iím posting this pic I took in Havana last week for the benefit of Star Anus since heís so enamored with dead Marxist tyrants.  Note that Fidelís effigy on the building might appear at first glance to include what looks like a halo.  This struck me as strange given the disdain communists have always shown for anything religious or spiritual.  Could it be that the Government is a promoting a ďcome to FidelĒ movement?   After looking at it a while it dawned on me that instead of the military fatigue hat he famously wore, theyíre  trying to portray him as a man of the people wearing un sombrero de campaseno on the back of his head.  This of course is also a gross misrepresentation.




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Politics / Re: Your short attention span president
« on: June 18, 2018, 11:24:21 AM »
Those are facts jack, and no excuse explains them away. The whole world is watching, and it is voicing its moral outrage. Why did amerikkka fight the Nazis? They are involved in the same antics the Nazis would be if they had been victorious. amerikkkans the Nazis of the 21st century!

Who really is living in the bubble of amerikkkan exceptionalism? Go fuck your blind patriotic self!


Apparently the world is not morally outraged enough to stop accepting our foreign aid, clamoring for visas to enter our country and entering the country illegally by the millions, often exposing themselves to great hardshipand personal risk to do so.  You must be ďthe peopleísĒ villiage idiot. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 17, 2018, 11:40:58 PM »
Guess how long it took to google ''UK illegal immigrant family separation policy''?

These people in their superiority refuse to think for themselves.  The ones leading them around by the nose say critical thinking is agreeing with them, and that's apparently the only thing they need to know about it.

Pud claims to be a stickler for ''lies'', yet spreads more of them than Trump himself does.  When it's pointed out, he just shrugs and goes on to the next one.  It's really quite remarkable.

Collectivist one-worlders are incapable of critical or independent thought.  Thatís how they came to be collectivist one-worlders in the first place.  They suffer from the tyranny of their own biases having had the idea inculcated into their highly maleable psychies that they are either victims or victimizers depending on their skin pigmentation and that a warm bosomed benevolent state knows whatís best for them and will right all wrongs and relieve them of the burden of responsibity for their success or failure in life.  All that is required is that they unquestionably accept what they are told by approved left wing social/political theorists, academics and professional politicians as interpreted and amplified by the MSM and react on cue from their emotions rather than their intellect.  Failure to do so will result in varying degrees of scorn and ostracism up to and including total separation from the flock.   Itís a bit of a Faustian bargain but they wonít know that until they wake up one morning and realize that their soul is missing. 

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Politics / Re: Your short attention span president
« on: June 17, 2018, 07:32:13 PM »
it does not speak for the "vast majority" of Americans but I doubt it.

Let me remind you that 53% of the electorate voted, and Hillary actually got more votes than Donnie Tinyhands. Probably less than 25% of amerikkkans voted for dildo head Don.

I wrote in Hugo Chavez even though he is dead. Even dead he'd make a better president.

Discount the millions of non U.S. Citizens and dead people that voted for Hilliary and Trump won the popular vote in landslide.  Why do you think Blue states fight so hard to resist validation of their voter roles.  The deep corruption of the Democrat Party has been on display for world to see for the past three years and yet you remain blind and ignorant. Itís probably because you have shit for a moral core.

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