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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 02:39:57 PM »
Repeal the 2nd.  Just. Not. Gonna. Fucking.  Happen.

Repeal Democrats!

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 12:58:59 PM »
This week they’ll replace “racists” with “doesn’t care about the children”.

So they’re going to exploit and march a bunch of ignorant kids to DC to tell us about “gun control”. We don’t elect kids, and don’t give a damn what they have to say. We’re supposed to be educating them, not the other way around.

When it comes to harnessing ignorance the DemoKKKrat party has the art mastered.

When Lyndon Johnson was successful in pushing through the Civil Rights Act after opposing it right up until Kennedy was assassinated, he declared that the “negras will vote Democrat for the next hunert  years.” The Act was needed but for Johnson and many other democrats their yea vote was a political expedient rather than a sincere effort to right a wrong.  Much has been written about this.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 12:46:15 PM »
Whatever happened to this tool?  Did his mommy take the computer away fro him?

Miester announced that he was going to deprive us of his company a year or so ago.  He tried posting under another name a while back but his rap was unmistakable and a couple of us called him on it.  Nothing heard since.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 10:28:51 PM »
Trump and Rob Goldman are right.  The Russians are laughing their asses off because they played Dems and the MSM like a violin.


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 10:08:17 PM »
Isn't registering as agents of foreign governments for people and law firms in DC lobbying Congress on behalf of those governments?

It can't be that every non-citizen with a political opinion is in violation, could it?  Is that what it says in the First Amendment?  Is it even what it says in whatever law governs agents of foreign governments?

Because if it is, we need to arrest every non-citizen - legal and illegal - protesting, writing, or speaking on behalf of illegal aliens.  For starters. 

Their presence greatly benefits their home countries, and many of their home countries encourage them to come here.  The Mexican government supports Reconquista.  How is this not in violation of this apparently oh so serious law?

F.Y.I.  The contention is that the trolls were acting as quasi agents of the Russian government.  Under the circumstances the indictments are meaningless unless they are intended to trigger further sanctions against Russia.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign_Agents_Registration_Act

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 09:34:14 PM »
Isn't it amazing how society has "progressed" in such a short period of time? Seriously. Even under Clinton, Bill that is, could you imagine not only the normalization of deviance, drug use, being an illegal alien, porn of crazy varieties, etc would not just be mainstream or acceptable but something to be seen as a source of pride in many circles, especially Hollywood and the media? That something like a sex-tape or some public drunken behavior is a source of pride and fame? To denigrate the country is a good thing and will grant you praise and accolades? That places that used to be "about liberal values," like the media and universities are not against free speech? That Leftists and Dems now praise agencies like the CIA and FBI- but police are vilified? Being a victim is a source of self-worth? Losers are celebrated more than winners? It is weird and sort of amazing how quickly things have changed.

It’s like the sixties in overdrive.  It started with the the left’s acceptance of Bill Clinton’s rape of women and his getting a knobber in the Oval Office from a 22 yo intern and carried through to their election of a homosexual Muslim communist who accelerated the Nation’s decline into moral and literal  bankruptcy.  The pendulum started to swing the other way with the election of Trump in lieu of another Democrat serial felon and the Republic will survive and regain its greatness despite the left’s determination to make it a socialist banana republic.   




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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 08:50:02 PM »
I still wait for NPR/PBS/CPB to be de-funded.  Wasn't that a campaign promise?  It's been over 200 daze, naow...

Mebbe, Trump is a seekrut Communard>?  I reserve judgement  att this thyme.

They have been defunded.  I just got a mailing from my local PBS station that said they had been defunded and that I need to cough up some money.  You don’t suppose the bastards are lying to me do you? 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 07:52:42 PM »
Serious question.  I'm not in favor of foreigners getting involved in our elections, but it seems none of them - or anyone else really - have any qualms about it. 

So what did these people do beyond exercising their right to free speech?  It's not as if there isn't plenty of garbage put out there from all directions, what's so special about this?

They didn’t register as agents of a foreign government.  Of course we always observe such niceties when we attempt to influence elections in foreign countries.  And it’s not like the Soviets attempted to influence elections/politics before and during the Cold War or anything without the benefit of Facebook.

The indictments are futile gesture that come just before Mueller is scheduled to submit a budget request.   






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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 07:25:12 PM »
He could never have gotten a TS/SCI clearance as a private citizen. His drug use, his trip to Pakistan in 1981, association with Ayers/Dohrn and use of multiple SS numbers would have kept him out of any job requiring a code word clearance. Talking about security risks.

He wouldn’t screen for access to confidential information. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 06:08:58 PM »
None of these links sugggest CRIMINAL activity by POTUS.  And really, you're going to get your panties in a twist over someone smoking a little pot in college?  Really?  WTF is wrong with you?

How does moonlighting as a butt boy and snorting cocaine while serving as a state senator grab you. 



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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 01:40:50 PM »
Maybe he hired him to take care of the dozens of unpaid parking tickets he received at Harvard

No doubt.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 01:32:37 PM »
Please, taxpayers are paying for Trump's White House counsel and AG just like they did for Obama.  No difference.  Except that Obama had no need for counsel to represent him. As much as Trump would like it to be different, neither the attorney general nor the White House counsel represent the President.   Comprende?

That’s the way it’s supposed to work. The difference is that high level officials in  DOJ, DOS, FBI and IRS covered up a multitude of Obama Administration crimes starting with Fast and Furious and ending with Obama’s illegal spying on Trump.  High level officials in some of those same organizations participated in the manufacture and promotion of false charges against Trump, most prominently Lynch, Comey and McCabe.  Obama ran the most corrupt administration in American history and he is lawyering up big time as we speak. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 12:03:22 PM »
Well, in eight years, the last guy never had to hire a lawyer.  You have our permission to leave.

Please. Your post is just more specious claptrap.  The difference between Trump and Obama is that Trump is paying his own attorney’s fees and the taxpayers paid Obama’s

Obama used Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch as his personal attorneys and all around fixers.  In 2014 he hired Neil Eggleston as his new White House Counsel:

“Neil Eggleston Eggleston is the kind of guy you go to when someone tells you, “time to lawyer up.” He’s a veteran at cleaning up ethics messes for politicians, most notably Bill Clinton, whom he aided during the Whitewater probes and the Monica Lewinsky affair, double entendre intended.

But that’s not nearly all. He represented Rahm Emanuel during the scandal surrounding former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, as well as Sen. Kent Conrad (D-N.D.) and George W. Bush political director Sara Taylor when scandals touched them, Clinton Cabinet members Federico Pena and Alexis Herman during corruption probes, and various business people involved in “complex criminal investigations” according to the New York Times.”

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 08:45:15 AM »
Worst POTUS ever.

Nope, that would be the last guy.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 07:00:16 AM »
The key phrase is Russians under indictmentThere may very well be others not yet indicted and Americans who colluded with them Let Mueller do his job.  When he's done he will tell you.  In the meantime, stop yammering facts not in evidence.  You're not Fox News.  Between Mueller and Melania's lawyers, Donny probably isn't sleeping well.  They may have to take his phone away from him.

My point is that Trump’s staff has been cleared of collusion with the Russians under indictment.  There can be no other interpretation of Rosenstein’s  clear response to the question posed.  Beyond that all is speculation.  Anything's is possible but from all I understand it is much more likely that someone in Hilliary’s camp will be indicted for collusion with a foreign powers.  My opinion is not based on my political views and what I would like to see happen.  It’s based on an objective assessment of all facts made public to date as I understand them.  I want all those who have committed crimes to face justice no matter who they are or what their political affiliation. 
 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 18, 2018, 05:07:36 PM »
Once again, let me speak slowly, the thirteen indictments do not address collusion.  They address, and provide evidence for, Russian interference with our elections.  Why is this so difficult for you to comprehend?  You are correct that we have not seen evidence of collusion, but the investigation has not reached the stage for that to become public.  What we do know is that Russia interfered and Trump refuses to acknowledge it.

I heard Rosenstein say very clearly in response to a reporter’s question that no member of the Trump team wittingly colluded with the Russians under indictment.

Trump has called the accusation that he or any member of his campaign staff colluded with Russians a hoax not that that there was not an attempt by Russia to influence the outcome of the election.  Rosenstein also said twice in plain terms that the interference had no effect on the actual outcome of the election.  Much of the Russian’s efforts came after the election and were aimed at sewing discontent and discrediting Trump which Rosenstein emphasized. 

Trump has long since acknowledged that Mueller may dig up past bad acts on the part of members of his campaign or transition staffs but that they are unrelated to him or his campaign.  So far he has been right and notwithstanding your explanation of prosecutorial tactics and the fact that the investigation has multiple tracks which most of us already understood, your predictions are nothing more than wishful thinking and have no basis in fact or reason.  Again, your theories are nothing more than wild speculation as will be shown.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 18, 2018, 04:13:08 PM »
No Trump, huh?  Imagine that.  Minds will be blown

West bids one no Trump.  South bids 2 spades.  East and north pass.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 18, 2018, 04:10:50 PM »
Maybe they're waiting until they round up Pud, his true love SV, and 136 or whatever. ;)

Laura told us that Pud would be involved in moving so he wouldn’t be posting for a while.  I wonder if he’s given her his forwarding address yet.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 18, 2018, 01:44:01 PM »
Comments such as that are but examples of why your name is so apt.  Let me explain.  I'll use small words.  The 13 indictments deal only with Russian attempts to influence our elections.  They go into great detail regarding how and when it was done.  The indictments are silent with respect to collusion.  That doesn't mean there was collusion, it doesn't mean there wasn't collusion.  Anyone with even a modicum (you might have to look up that word) of understanding regarding the criminal justice process in a major case understands that a prosecutor does not put all of his cards on the table at one time.    Arguendo, let's assume that there was no collusion.  That leaves us with interference and Trump refusing to acknowledge it, must less do anything about it.  I believe there is much more to come from Mueller.  We'll just have to wait and see. In the meantime, Trump will have an opportunity to extricate himself from his silence on gun issues and his talkative whores.

Your theories continue to be based on pure speculation and zero facts and you will continue to be proven wrong.  You haven’t cited one solitary piece of evidence or even remotely plausible grounds for suspecting that Trump colluded with the Russians or obstructed justice.  On the other hand there is overwhelming evidence that Obama, Hilliary and their devotees in DOJ, DOS and the FBI are guilty of both of those offenses and more.  I guess there is good reason for your having only one client and I’m sure that your mom has every confidence in you’re legal advice despite your muddled thinking. 




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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 18, 2018, 12:37:25 PM »
It doesn't really matter what he is.  If he's really a lawyer, just from reading his posts it's hard for me to believe someone this dumb could pass a law exam, but I suppose it's possible.  He's the same sort of uninformed idiot I deal with every day around here.  These folks generally fit into one of two categories - either willfully ignorant and repeating the mantra in order to be a member of the bubble in good standing, or an unrepentant America hater (you know, Antifa, BLM, Occupy, etc, and their supporters). 

You can see the level he's at in his bumper sticker mentality posts.  Within the bubble, all these people have to do is repeat the popular phrases they're given, and everyone else nods.  They actually think they are smarter than everyone else.  They get outside the bubble and they're completely lost, but it doesn't matter - they just know they're right, everyone they know agrees, even though they can't express why.  Any common sense they hear is just shrugged off.

Dune Boy’s comments are designed to provoke resentment between blacks and whites which was precisely the aim of the recently indicted Russian operatives.  Of course he lacks the subtlety and mental agility that it takes to be an effective troll.  He’s a one trick pony who, ignoring the countless times the D’s and MSM have been shown to be shameless propagandist bent on keeping Americans misinformed and compliant, just changes the narrative by regurgitating the left’s new storyline which very often includes  allegations of crimes that they themselves are guilty of.

Dune Boy and the other Alinskyite subverses who post here regularly are worse than lemmings.  They are willing participants in the left’s scheme to gain control by importing en mass the undereducated and unproductive of the world that various third world countries are pushing to be rid of and who then become dependent on, and beholden to, the Democrat created nanny state.  It’s has nothing to do with human compassion.  It’s all about gaining  power and control by radically changing the make up of the U.S population to the certain detriment of America and Americans.  The word lemming implies a mindless following of a mindless leader.  The faithful neo socialists who post their shit here do so with a full understanding of their goal and malice of fore thought. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 18, 2018, 08:37:26 AM »
It must be the meth talking because I have no idea what nyou're talking about (not that that's unusual with you) and furthermore the post you're responding to wasn't even addressed to you. ::)

He’s often confused and irrational. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 18, 2018, 08:05:10 AM »
Don’t make the mistake of assuming duneboy is black because he uses the term cracker. He’s just ignorant leftwing lemming cracker projecting his own crackerness on those he thinks are crackers because they’re aren’t dumbass leftwingers.

We know this because no brother would EVER choose such a honkeyass avatar. Dune? That shit ain’t even cool to the nerdiest of nerds. Just some white jerkoff who read too many Heinlein books.

You’re right.  He may be passing for black.  Whatever, he’s a racist asshole.


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 18, 2018, 12:46:32 AM »
There is a class of black folks who cherish and perpetuate the plantation mentality because they lack the mental wherewithal, self discipline and/or initiative to prosper in society and want Massah to tell them what to do and provide for them.   There is another class of blacks who together with their white fellow travelers encourage and promote this sense of victimhood in their less fortunate brethren because they benefit from it politically, financially and most importantly because it satisfies their lust for power and control.  Dune Boy strikes me as one who may have gone from the former category to the latter and is desperately trying to convince himself that he hasn’t been mind fucked and sold his people down the river in the manner described in the below video.  Only one who is vested in the ongoing exploitation could deny the disaster that the D ‘s have brought on themselves and tell us that it bodes well for the midterm elections




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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 17, 2018, 10:50:32 PM »
Folks, you should cut MD MD some slack.  He's just now realizing that he's been played and that he voted just as the Russians wanted him to.  A little commie he is.  The nest of  low information ilk herein offers nothing (other than Hillary rants) to refute the indictments. Russian intervened and stupid people, with the help of the likes of Fox News bought it.  Add the ongoing investigation to Trump's tepid response to the school shootings, pandering to the NRA, whoring and just being a dick, and the prospects for Democrats in the mid-terms are looking better and better.



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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 17, 2018, 05:10:49 PM »
Trump saying there was no collusion is like Capone saying there was no tax evasion.  Like Capone, Trump will also no doubt die in prison of chronic syphilis.  In the meantime, I really hope that you Trumper illiterati will research the manner in which criminal investigations are conducted.  Really, do you believe that Mueller is going to spill all the beans at once?  Really?  When there's much more flipping to do as he moves up the food chain.  It's a nice Saturday afternoon.  You should turn off Fox News, come up out of mom's basement, and get a little sunshine on your cracker white faces.

Fuck you Buckwheat.  Or are you are his Gay cousin Froot Loops. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 16, 2018, 05:22:39 PM »
If you did, you obviously didn't pay attention.  Though it was hard as the story of Trump with yet another ho was breaking.  This one covered up by Trump's butt buddy who owns the National Enquirer.  Could this administration possibly be more of a clusterfuck?

Pathetic, just fucking pathetic.  This bozo hasn’t seen the ball since kickoff. 

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Politics / Re: School shooting Miami area 20180214
« on: February 16, 2018, 01:28:35 PM »
Were you there? All you do all night and day is sit in your hovel and trawl the net for vids on whacko sites and regurgitate them here. Shove your conspiracy theories up your ass. Nobody here gives a shit about what you have to say. You are bellgab’s annoying gnat poster. Go fuck yourself.

If you want to stop Pud from from humping your leg when you talk dirty, try stepping on his rear paws.  Unless of course that’s part of your scene in which case enjoy yourself.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 16, 2018, 01:20:58 PM »
I'm missing his diatribes against guns.

I miss his charming personality. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 16, 2018, 01:18:24 PM »
The warning signs were everywhere but nobody did anything about it.  How come this nut was able to pass a background check?  Cops were called to his home 39 times and yet he passed a background check?  FBI did nothing.  Guns aren't the problem but the lack of action by the proper authorities is.

Wow, this is damning. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 16, 2018, 01:08:05 PM »
The indictments shoot in the ass D’s claims that Trump colluded with the Russians to get elected. The indictments contain no allegation that the interference effected the outcome of the election but expect a lot more tap dancing from the D’s and the MSM. 

Hey, where the hell is Pud when it’s time to gloat?   You don’t suppose that these indictments have anything to do with his absence do you?  No way, right? 

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