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Jorch is using Roman numerals for his "Shecret" Door show, just like the Super Bowl.  It must be "shpecial."  ;D

Feb 22 - Thursday - Secret Door XVIII

Hahah, one more thing for George to mess up

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 12:49:43 PM »
I think we need to ban all guns instead of following up on people who torture animals, get kicked out of school, who acts erratically,  whose peers thought was nuts, who cuts himself, posts online "I want to become a professional school shooter," has a locker full of guns, and of whom the local police had many "interactions" and the FBI was contacted twice, once specifically.

What if they're a ''Dreamer''?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 12:29:29 PM »
One of my many drill sergeants maintained that for a round expended to kill/casualty ratio there was NO substitute for sytematic, targeted direct fire.

3 round burst and full auto were good as suppressive fire and wasting ammunition...

What you have is a Congress full of people who don't have experience or expertise in anything other than getting themselves elected.  It amazes me some of the legislation they come up with, and that people accept it.  Not to mention the ideas some of them come up with that don't get passed into law. 

People who've never even been out for target practice have no business making gun laws.  They probably shouldn't even be discussing it.  What could they possibly have to offer, other than what we've see from them so far: ''gunz is scary'', ''gunz is bad''? 

Many of them come from political machines that run our big cities.  Take a look at what goes on there under their local laws.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 12:18:33 PM »
Sorry for the mistake.  I don't play with guns.

This guy doesn't even know what bump stocks are, but he's against them.  It must be very reassuring to be told what to think and that it's even better to be smug about it.

''Don't think for yourself, don't listen to anyone else, we'll tell you what to think and give you some witty sounding remarks to repeat.  Be smug.  Have a bumper sticker, heck take two''

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I'm saying that side comments about women's marital status immediately after their father died are salacious in nature and should not be shared in mixed company.

What does that have to do with the men's bathroom?

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... Might as well be in the men's loo as in the listening audience...

Are you saying that women are yakking away even in the pubic restrooms?

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Yuh know, where wuld we be uf dolfuns had thumbs?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 11:24:11 AM »
CBS fantasy league sports website has weekly “news stories” that are written by computer bots that recap your league and teams weekly fantasy results. It’s it’s pretty amazing because what read like a written story is done totally by a computer. Here’s an example:

If this can be done for something as meaningless as fantasy league sports, it most certainly is done for regular news, political forums etc...

The publishers would have to have settings for 'Protect Democrats and Big Government' and 'Smear Republicans and Call Them Racists' for it to work.

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... Awaiting an upcoming video: ""MY KITCHEN. THE AFTER.". Anything would be an improvement.

The After will look much like The Before, except for a few new spills

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Knapp
« on: Yesterday at 02:23:20 AM »
I thought cats were supposed to be aliens.  Owls - the new cats.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 02:00:02 AM »
... What they don't know is some of those singers are making plans of their own to attain wealth and power and they will step on other people to attain those goals.

You mean like this phony?  One of the wealthiest people in the world - hidden away in his castle, singing about the wonders of socialism and globalism. 

You know, like the other filthy rich Democrats we routinely see on TV - whether they be pols, entertainers, or heads of Silicon Valley corporations.


 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 01:54:29 AM »
Exactly. This is why I have always been against a powerful federal government. There will always be people who want power no matter what sort of system is in place.  The best means of controlling such abuses are elections and, now I believe, term limits...

The best means of controlling abuses is to have a small, limited government. Without all that money and ever more power over our personal lives flowing from each of us to DC, it won't be quite the draw for those greedy for power, and to grift the system - which is nearly every one of them. 

It's taken them over two hundred years to create this monster, and it's long since time to eliminate much of it.  And the same goes for government at the state and local levels.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 12:37:55 AM »
More pressure.

Fucking Sessions stupidly recused himself, and a hack operative stepped up and appointed a special prosecutor.  Sessions refuses to investigate the criminals that infested the previous regime, some of which are still embedded in the bureaucracy.

At this point, the decision has been made that it's better politically for Trump to let Muller's investigation play out than it is to fire him.  He can't fire Sessions either, because of who the interim AGs would be, and the circus that would revolve around the appointment and confirmation hearings of the next AG.

So we're stuck.  I agree with Trump that the show must go on.  At some point the American people are going to get fed up, and Muller, the Ds, and the media will be the ones looking like the asses they are.  Fire Muller and to enough people it looks like he has something to hide

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 12:29:17 AM »
People need to wake up and ask themselves one question, just one to start to see through all of this: Why would rich people (You know, the people who own and work for the MSM and various other corporations) want communism?!

My question for the average person supporting the ''progressive'' fascists is why.  Why do you support higher taxes, bigger government, more government intrusion, and a bunch of assholes tearing up our downtowns whenever they feel like throwing a riot?

It's not as though we are getting what we are paying for, or that these people have any expertise in anything other than getting themselves elected or appointed.  They aren't accountable, they aren't responsive, all they're doing is building personal empires and a massive debt that will eventually collapse the economy. 

So, why?  For the gender free bathrooms and gay wedding cakes?  So Latin gang members are safe to commit their crimes here, and all the rest of the destructive garbage the Ds insist on?  I don't get it.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 12:24:21 AM »
... If the half of the country that voted for Trump let this farce continue then they're almost as bad as the sheep...

What do you suggest? 

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The real streets of San Francisco...shit and needles everywhere...

It's a ''progressive'' utopia

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Knapp
« on: February 19, 2018, 09:47:44 PM »
Sooo to avoid all that unpleasantness, all Whitley had to do was be on the lookout for owls?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 19, 2018, 09:46:12 PM »
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.   

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?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 19, 2018, 09:30:38 PM »
Here's an article about the use of ''alt right propaganda'' to go after Franken-groper. 

The article starts off stating the people behind the operation are ''white nationalist provocateurs'', whatever that means, and ''fake news sites'', again whatever that means - certainly considering what the main stream media has turned into. 

This post isn't about the people behind the attacks on Franken, it's about saying I'm all for this type of attack on Liberal-''Progressive'' political figures, because this is the sort of smear campaign they and their accomplices in the media have been conducting for decades.  I believe in fighting back, instead of always taking the ''high road'' and always being on the defensive. 

Until these jackasses are routinely on the receiving end of the poison they've pumped into the system, nothing is going to change - and that's not tolerable.  It's also another reason Real America cheers Trump when he gives it back to them.  Fuck that asshole Al Franken, let's take some more of them down.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/the-social-media-psy-op-that-took-down-al-franken/ar-BBJjJpC?ocid=ASUDHP   

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Didn't someone send him some cat food last time, which he clamed the cats didn't like - so he re-sold it?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 19, 2018, 07:33:12 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.

Well, he ok'ed the sale of 20% of our uranium supply to (gasp!) Russia.  Enriching the Clintons, and who know who else.

And he illegally undid decades of diplomatic work in putting together an embargo on Iran, which was put in place to reign in their nuclear and ICBM weapons programs.

I'll say he's a security risk.  He's also a traitor, and should be tried and executed, in my opinion, along with his co-conspirator Secretary of State at the time John Kerry.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 19, 2018, 07:28:11 PM »
No, all this means is that it doesn't cost much to influence a bunch of low information, racist crackers to get their sorry asses out of bed and vote against their own interests.

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?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 19, 2018, 07:22:44 PM »
Where are you getting all of these bullshit talking points?  You fuckers see Mueller closing in on Trump and it's like your nuts are in a visegrip.  Not to worry.  It will be over soon enough.

You've been reduced to projecting.  Pretty much all your posts for the past, what, week or so?  Ever since even the fake news media reported Obama's felony spy operation.  I don't think even you sees Muller ''closing in'' anymore, but you're hoping.

This whole episode is about obstructing Trump's agenda.  Nothing more to it than that.  Obama started the contamination of our body politic, and his toadies decided to keep the party going.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 19, 2018, 01:42:12 PM »
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.

Only a lawyer would argue that this level of corruption is not illegal

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 19, 2018, 01:39:02 PM »
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.”

Maybe he hired him to take care of the dozens of unpaid parking tickets he received at Harvard

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 19, 2018, 12:02:28 PM »
Well, in eight years, the last guy never had to hire a lawyer.  You have our permission to leave.

And you're supposed to be a lawyer?  If so, you know good and well which laws he broke, where he went well beyond the powers of his office.  And not the speculative stuff, what he did out in the open thumbing his nose at us.

We had a media with no interest in doing anything but going along with whatever he wanted to do, whether it was within his Constitutional role or beyond it.  He inserted toadies like Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch, and their top aides at Justice, who not only covered for his illegal conduct but joined him in it.  Why would he need to hire  lawyer.  You failed to note he hired one after Hilary lost. 

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Random Topics / Re: 2018 Winter Olympics PyeongChang
« on: February 18, 2018, 11:29:10 PM »
... Then they hired the anti-Trumper in hopes of increasing the plummeting ratings.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/winter-olympics-2018/2018/02/18/adam-rippon-work-nbc-correspondent-remainder-2018-winter-olympics/349145002/

A day later he decided he ''wanted to stay in the Olympic Village and support his teammates'', and turned the job down. 

LOL.  Sure, that's what happened. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 18, 2018, 11:18:34 PM »
Not remotely true. Zero credibility with shit like that.

Obama spied on our allies, on the AP, on a Fox reporter who put out an unfavorable piece - and that's just who we know about.  The US government under Berock Obama listened in on our every phone call, saw every email, photographed every piece of mail - front and back, and followed our every move on the internet.

It's not a stretch to assume the FISA warrants are exactly what they appear to be.  Certainly given what was leaked and where it surely had to come from.  False applications intended to get approval for the warrants, then using them to spy on Trump campaign associates.  Completely in character for Obama and his toadies.  Occam's razor.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 18, 2018, 11:11:42 PM »
The only thing these RINO Republicans have going for them is they aren't Liberal ''Progressive'' Democrats.  They aren't supporting the fascist ''protest'' groups.  They haven't been covering for the Clinton crime family for the past 25 years, and they didn't give us the inept race-baiting America-hating Obama criminal regime.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 18, 2018, 11:11:05 PM »
Mueller is a Republican. Rosentstein and Comey are Republicans. The FBI is stacked with Republicans. The FISA court is stacked with Republicans. The DOJ is Republicans appointed by Trump.

How much can you sell out yourself and your country for this cheeto dicked reality TV lardass. What is wrong with you?

Crony-capitalist globalist Republicans.  The Republican ''leadership'' in DC have no principles - other than self interest - and represent no one.  These are not Reagan Republicans.  They hate the Tea Party Conservatives more than they oppose Big Government Democrats.  They aren't Libertarians, they certainly aren't Constitutional conservatives. 

And they hate Trump - I would have thought that was hard to miss.  So much for the theory everyone associated with the Rs somehow is going all out for Trump.  In DC it's just the opposite - he can't even get his agenda passed by the Republican held Senate.

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