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Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #39990 on: March 20, 2017, 10:28:33 PM »
Ivanka Trump, who moved to Washington saying she would play no formal role in her father’s administration, is now officially setting up shop in the White House.
The powerful first daughter has secured her own office on the West Wing’s second floor — a space next to senior adviser Dina Powell, who was recently promoted to a position on the National Security Council. She is also in the process of obtaining a security clearance and is set to receive government-issued communications devices this week.


http://www.politico.com/story/2017/03/ivanka-trump-white-house-236273




Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #39991 on: March 20, 2017, 10:30:35 PM »
They have been spying on Trump since 2004, and they can't find a thing.  So.Much.Fail.  LOL just pathetic.

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #39992 on: March 20, 2017, 11:52:12 PM »
Ivanka Trump, who moved to Washington saying she would play no formal role in her father’s administration, is now officially setting up shop in the White House.
The powerful first daughter has secured her own office on the West Wing’s second floor — a space next to senior adviser Dina Powell, who was recently promoted to a position on the National Security Council. She is also in the process of obtaining a security clearance and is set to receive government-issued communications devices this week.


http://www.politico.com/story/2017/03/ivanka-trump-white-house-236273


Is it reasonable to think that a political centrist as you claim to be, with no exception that I'm aware of, obsessively post information obtained from left wing sources that is critical of Trump.   Can you please tell us what actions or policies of the Obama Administration that you have gone on record as opposing or even been critical of in a post.  We know you didn't like Hilliary so I'll ask you the same question about Sanders.  Have you ever been critical of Bernie Sanders in a post or any other democrat for that matter. 


Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #39993 on: March 21, 2017, 12:29:41 AM »
I'll remind you for the umpteenth time, I am not a Democrat...

Well, if you are Canadian that would explain things. 

They call their Left-wing fascist party something else.

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #39994 on: March 21, 2017, 12:38:04 AM »
How would one go about measuring this?  Not everything can be summarized on a pie chart.  I guess if I were a pretend journalist at some Fake News outlet, I'd do what they do and just make something up.
I would assume that the entire field which measures employee performance metrics and analytics in HR could probably give you an idea of how their foreign employees perform in relation to the Americans.  How long they spend smoking, the number of problems they successfully resolve, their ability to work as a team, and the amount of time taking a shit when they are not on break.

I guess that I had assumed that when you stated it as fact, that there would be something aside from pointing out that the lowest tech employees on the ladder have trouble resolving my issues with my printer.

I have a tough time assuming that my experience with somebody who has received 2 hours of training on my IBM printer translates to how a university educated software engineer would perform. 

***If we are talking consumer tech support, I will agree with no evidence necessary. If not, I will assume that the google's of the world who measure everything and write programs to do so are not hiring people in India who do not contribute more to their bottom line than an American software engineer would...

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #39995 on: March 21, 2017, 01:01:37 AM »
... I will assume that the google's of the world who measure everything and write programs to do so are not hiring people in India who do not contribute more to their bottom line than an American software engineer would...

Correct.  By taking far less in salary to do the job than an American with the same skill level would, they are contributing to the bottom line.

I was just trying to have you compare something you are likely familiar with, and extrapolate from there.  You don't think that's valid, fine. 

If you think HR departments are compiling statistics on all those metrics, that's hilarious.  I'm curious about where you work, because it can't be in the private sector if you think that's what HR departments there do.  Again, how would that even be measured, the information gathered, and why would you think HR staff would be competent compiling anything but the most basic statistics?


I'm not saying you're one of them, but it sure is strange all these people who typically rail about the evil corporations are now certain they wouldn't hire foreigners just because they can get them for less.  I guess no one's heard of the various cases of IT people at different US companies being forced to train their foreign replacements.  Foreign replacements who are paid significantly less.

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #39996 on: March 21, 2017, 01:18:15 AM »
If you think HR departments are compiling statistics on all those metrics, that's hilarious.  I'm curious about where you work, because it can't be in the private sector if you think that's what HR departments there do.  Again, how would that even be measured, the information gathered, and why would you think HR staff would be competent compiling anything but the most basic statistics?

Like I said- the lower level tech support guys is absolutely about the bottom line (and their contribution to the bottom line is a lower salary.)  It is the higher level ones who actually produce something that I believe may have  some skills that contribute  to the bottom  line more than just a lower wage.

My HR department does not compile metrics.  But then again, it is a smaller company.  Are you saying that you believe that Google, Facebook and other tech companies spend the time to learn all about each user because they can squeeze out an extra cent on ad revenue but leave their workforce unmonitored?

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #39997 on: March 21, 2017, 02:56:16 AM »

Is it reasonable to think that a political centrist as you claim to be, with no exception that I'm aware of, obsessively post information obtained from left wing sources that is critical of Trump.   Can you please tell us what actions or policies of the Obama Administration that you have gone on record as opposing or even been critical of in a post.  We know you didn't like Hilliary so I'll ask you the same question about Sanders.  Have you ever been critical of Bernie Sanders in a post or any other democrat for that matter.

I'm as critical of Trump now as I was during the campaign, for precisely the same reasons he's disappointing voters across party lines (and even some BGs here who voted for him). It's clear he's not up to the challenge or commitment required of POTUS. His priorities include Tweeting, making outlandish, unsubstantiated charges against our own government, and running off to golf at Mar A Lago. If he suddenly got serious about governing, I hoped at the least he might provide a moderate counter balance to the neo-cons, but they're scratching their heads too as they try to work with a WH skeleton crew populated by family members, conspiracy theorists, and heavily medicated spokespersons.

Our government is in uncharted waters under Trump, like a captain without a rudder or even a map. We can float along for awhile and pray we don't encounter a big storm. I think it's safe to say the only thing we can expect, is the unexpected.

Yes I hope Hillary never returns to politics, as for Bernie--what's to criticize, he's not the president? If he were, hmm, perhaps I'd criticize him for giving away too much. I think in a socially responsible society, everyone gives something--within their ability. No free rides. But Bernie's not the POTUS, Trump is, and I'll continue to criticize him until he proves himself worthy of the job.

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #39998 on: March 21, 2017, 04:05:15 AM »
CONFIRMED: NO COLLUSION WITH RUSSIA ON THE PART OF TRUMP OR HIS STAFF.   

Let's not forget that the Dems, whose number include virtually all the corporate media, have fabricated a narrative based on a non-event (Flynn's perfectly legal phone conversation with a Russian diplomat and incidental contact by low level staffers) and parlaying it into a months-long controversy and an expensive and time consuming congressional investigation.  We have all been witness to the MSM daily promulgation of innuendo, unfounded rumor and outright lies aimed at bringing down Trump's presidency.  There is no room for honest people to disagree on this fact and anyone who fails to acknowledge it is an unprincipled lout, a liar or a goddamn fool or maybe all three.  Citing Trump's shortcomings in defense of these coordinated acts of sedition in no way justifies it and in iteself demonstrates the perversity of left wing thinking.

Donny's local "big-dog" Dunce, Kidnostad3, (Klan-Sewergab's self-appointed Petty Chieftain) in all his bileful glory! "You're not capable of masking you're true-self for long" — someone once said (time and again). By now, your "projecting" of your own personal time-proven character-flaws, defects, and deficits on to others, your habitual 180° inversions of reality and fact, your lies, hate, stupidity, bigotry, aggressive misrepresentations, willful ignorance, misattributions, maliceful misdirections, false accusations (and worse), are that which you are indeed "dominant" at, your dominion — your dung-sphere of expertise!
You're the Top (💩) alright!
(in my opinion, of course)

🚨Flush the |卐||| Sewer-Klans!🚨

 ● But now, back to, the (actual) News: ●

🚨CONFIRMED by COMEY!🚨 (in fact)

Donald TRUMP, nearly ALL those in his current orbit AND his campaign, ARE-NOW (and-have-been)
*UNDER FBI INVESTIGATION*

(And, further) U.S. Voters *should-have-been* advised of this fact BEFORE the 2016 Election!

{embedded vid: Comey categorically* confirms: "Kidnostad3 is Full of Shit."}

*unambiguously explicit and direct manner


{Democracy dies in darkness}
Washington Post headline ~ 3-20-2017

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #39999 on: March 21, 2017, 05:34:01 AM »
I'm as critical of Trump now as I was during the campaign, for precisely the same reasons he's disappointing voters across party lines (and even some BGs here who voted for him). It's clear he's not up to the challenge or commitment required of POTUS. His priorities include Tweeting, making outlandish, unsubstantiated charges against our own government, and running off to golf at Mar A Lago. If he suddenly got serious about governing, I hoped at the least he might provide a moderate counter balance to the neo-cons, but they're scratching their heads too as they try to work with a WH skeleton crew populated by family members, conspiracy theorists, and heavily medicated spokespersons.

Our government is in uncharted waters under Trump, like a captain without a rudder or even a map. We can float along for awhile and pray we don't encounter a big storm. I think it's safe to say the only thing we can expect, is the unexpected.

Yes I hope Hillary never returns to politics, as for Bernie--what's to criticize, he's not the president? If he were, hmm, perhaps I'd criticize him for giving away too much. I think in a socially responsible society, everyone gives something--within their ability. No free rides. But Bernie's not the POTUS, Trump is, and I'll continue to criticize him until he proves himself worthy of the job.

I am aware of who the current president is.  My point, as you well know, is that you didn't criticize Obama when he was president nor did you Bernie when he was a candidate so one could readily and fairly infer that you are not a centrist as you claim.  In fact, you and 2 others who post on this thread are the most rabid and shrill leftist in BelGab.  Your perception of where you stand on the political spectrum is of course subjective but you give every indication of being on he far left especially when it comes illegal aliens and your criticism of those who are trying to do something about Obamacare that most would agree is a mess and needs to be replaced with something better.  Can you give us any examples of current or past Republican policy initiatives or legislation that you favor?  If you are truly centrist there must be something the Republicans have done that didn't totally suck.  How about freeing the slaves and ending the Cold War?  Are you okay with those Republican accomplishments?

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40000 on: March 21, 2017, 05:35:50 AM »
(Dem) Rep Adam Schiff's opening statement at Monday's House Intelligence Committee Hearing (open/public) provides an adequate (compelling) overview of the (pubicly available) state-of-the- investigations into both Russia's interference-with  the 2016 election and TrumpRussia (KremlinGate) as-well thusfar. Full (proper and independent) investigations have hardly even begun yet — but the tide of "coincidences" (at minimum) is beyond alarming.

{17 min vid of Opening statement embedded}


Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40001 on: March 21, 2017, 05:36:38 AM »
MAGA ?

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40002 on: March 21, 2017, 05:55:11 AM »
Donny's local "big-dog" Dunce, Kidnostad3, (Klan-Sewergab's self-appointed Petty Chieftain) in all his bileful glory! "You're not capable of masking you're true-self for long" — someone once said (time and again). By now, your "projecting" of your own personal time-proven character-flaws, defects, and deficits on to others, your habitual 180° inversions of reality and fact, your lies, hate, stupidity, bigotry, aggressive misrepresentations, willful ignorance, misattributions, maliceful misdirections, false accusations (and worse), are that which you are indeed "dominant" at, your dominion — your dung-sphere of expertise!
You're the Top (💩) alright!
(in my opinion, of course)


The question before us is:  Is this jumbled and venomous screed the work of a mentally stable person or are there enough pathological markers in this one post alone to buy Meister a period of observation in a mental health facility.  I'm thinking it wouldn't be the first time.



Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40003 on: March 21, 2017, 06:26:18 AM »
Here, Kidnostad3 is quoting and replying only to my prefatory remark prior to proving him flat wrong and lying about the outcome (Comey's statements re TrumpRussia inverstgation) of todays hearing. i.e. He neglects to admit I correctly called and proved his lies and bullshit once again and tries to deflect with this.

Is this jumbled screed the work of a a stable person?   One would expect to see this kind of thing scrawled on a grafitti wall or on a rest room toilet partition but not here.  There are enough pathological markers in this one post to buy Meister a period of observation in a mental health facility.

[then edited heavily (and bolded) by Kidnostad3 to read:]

The question before us is:  Is this jumbled and venomous screed the work of a mentally stable person or are there enough pathological markers in this one post alone to buy Meister a period of observation in a mental health facility.  I'm thinking it wouldn't be the first time.

Classic Kidnostad3:
Psychological Projection [Transference and Blame-shifting]
(Freud):
a theory in psychology in which humans defend themselves against their own unconscious impulses or qualities (both positive and negative) by denying their existence in themselves while attributing them to others. For example, a person who is habitually rude may constantly accuse other people of being rude. It incorporates blame shifting.

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40004 on: March 21, 2017, 06:56:16 AM »
We woke now. You lose!

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40005 on: March 21, 2017, 07:11:26 AM »
Here, Kidnostad3 is quoting and replying only to my prefatory remark prior to proving him flat wrong and lying about the outcome (Comey's statements re TrumpRussia inverstgation) of todays hearing. i.e. He neglects to admit I correctly called and proved his lies and bullshit once again and tries to deflect with this.

Classic Kidnostad3:
Psychological Projection [Transference and Blame-shifting]
(Freud):
a theory in psychology in which humans defend themselves against their own unconscious impulses or qualities (both positive and negative) by denying their existence in themselves while attributing them to others. For example, a person who is habitually rude may constantly accuse other people of being rude. It incorporates blame shifting.

CONFIRMED: NO COLLUSION WITH RUSSIA ON THE PART OF TRUMP OR HIS STAFF.   

Let's not forget that the Dems, whose number include virtually all the corporate media, have fabricated a narrative based on a non-event (Flynn's perfectly legal phone conversation with a Russian diplomat and incidental contact by low level staffers) and parlaying it into a months-long controversy and an expensive and time consuming congressional investigation.  We have all been witness to the MSM daily promulgation of innuendo, unfounded rumor and outright lies aimed at bringing down Trump's presidency.  There is no room for honest people to disagree on this fact and anyone who fails to acknowledge it is an unprincipled lout, a liar or a goddamn fool or maybe all three.  Citing Trump's shortcomings in defense of these coordinated acts of sedition in no way justifies it and in iteself demonstrates the perversity of left wing thinking.

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40006 on: March 21, 2017, 07:18:24 AM »
Fucking loon!

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40007 on: March 21, 2017, 07:18:44 AM »

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40008 on: March 21, 2017, 07:22:52 AM »

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40009 on: March 21, 2017, 09:55:24 AM »
Donny's local "big-dog" Dunce, Kidnostad3, (Klan-Sewergab's self-appointed Petty Chieftain) in all his bileful glory! "You're not capable of masking you're true-self for long" — someone once said (time and again). By now, your "projecting" of your own personal time-proven character-flaws, defects, and deficits on to others, your habitual 180° inversions of reality and fact, your lies, hate, stupidity, bigotry, aggressive misrepresentations, willful ignorance, misattributions, maliceful misdirections, false accusations (and worse), are that which you are indeed "dominant" at, your dominion — your dung-sphere of expertise!
You're the Top (💩) alright!
(in my opinion, of course)

🚨Flush the |卐||| Sewer-Klans!🚨

 ● But now, back to, the (actual) News: ●

🚨CONFIRMED by COMEY!🚨 (in fact)

Donald TRUMP, nearly ALL those in his current orbit AND his campaign, ARE-NOW (and-have-been)
*UNDER FBI INVESTIGATION*

(And, further) U.S. Voters *should-have-been* advised of this fact BEFORE the 2016 Election!

{embedded vid: Comey categorically* confirms: "Kidnostad3 is Full of Shit."}

*unambiguously explicit and direct manner

{Democracy dies in darkness}
Washington Post headline ~ 3-20-2017


I would encourage you to stick with slogans that can fit on a bumper sticker. 

Anything more is beyond your capacity.

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40010 on: March 21, 2017, 10:10:37 AM »

Is it reasonable to think that a political centrist as you claim to be, with no exception that I'm aware of, obsessively post information obtained from left wing sources that is critical of Trump.   Can you please tell us what actions or policies of the Obama Administration that you have gone on record as opposing or even been critical of in a post.  We know you didn't like Hilliary so I'll ask you the same question about Sanders.  Have you ever been critical of Bernie Sanders in a post or any other democrat for that matter.

Likewise can you show your impartial assessment of Trump? Perhaps how you assess the Comey and Rogers meeting with congress yesterday? How both stated unequivocally there was nothing in the accusations Trump had made about Obama buggng him; and had his embarrassng poodle Spicer refer to a 9/11 truther to accuse GCHQ of bugging Trump instead (when other options had been exhausted presumably).

When will it sink in with you that Trump doesn't know or care about the difference between truth and lies? That just because he's POTUS he has no regard for the office and what it involves. To him its just an extension of his fantasy world where he wakes up each day, watches TV and decides what he believes will fill his tweets from then on.

That you call any news you don't like fake (just like Trump- he'll love you for that) doesn't make it so. You presumably have access to your own Trump approved news outlet (Fox and Breitbart?) that you just know must be true, yeah?

You still think Trump is sensible and in full control of his faculties?

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40011 on: March 21, 2017, 10:18:20 AM »
Like I said- the lower level tech support guys is absolutely about the bottom line (and their contribution to the bottom line is a lower salary.)  It is the higher level ones who actually produce something that I believe may have  some skills that contribute  to the bottom  line more than just a lower wage.

My HR department does not compile metrics.  But then again, it is a smaller company.  Are you saying that you believe that Google, Facebook and other tech companies spend the time to learn all about each user because they can squeeze out an extra cent on ad revenue but leave their workforce unmonitored?

Here's how the process works at these companies hiring engineers:

A budget number is handed down - total expense for the department.  For engineering, QA, support, ect, the expenses are mostly salary and related expenses.  Decisions are made on what positions they need to fill in the upcoming year at various levels.  There is always a conflict between what dept heads want, and what they are allowed to buy, how many they can hire, etc.  They decide on priorities, then try to figure out how salary can be allocated among the various new hires they are authorized for.  The budget is finalized, certain positions are scheduled to come on during the year at certain times.  Recruiting fees, relocation expenses, new equipment, additional supplies, legal fees for immigration expenses, all that gets factored in to the total budget.

Then they go try to recruit people to fill those jobs.  Adding foreigners to the mix keeps everyone's salary down, and the foreign recruits are even cheaper.  Once hired, people are assigned work.  Most do well, a few end up not being a good fit. 

There's no point in going on about this anymore.  People can believe anything they like.  But if anyone thinks FraudBook and the rest are doing anything other than keeping costs down when they go whine to Congress about needing more foreigners, they're wrong.

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40012 on: March 21, 2017, 10:19:15 AM »
I would encourage you to stick with slogans that can fit on a bumper sticker. 
Anything more is beyond your capacity.


I take up far-less bandwidth that your daily excreta-o-bloviations.

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40013 on: March 21, 2017, 10:19:18 AM »
Likewise can you show your impartial assessment of Trump?...

I think I have.  Can you?

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40014 on: March 21, 2017, 10:26:43 AM »




Its tellng that the GOP went the leaks path because they had nothing to offer to support Trump's accusations of wiretapping. Change the subject because they knew defending Trump was a lost cause. But oddly they had no issue with leaks over Bengazzi or wikileaks/Russia.

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40015 on: March 21, 2017, 10:29:52 AM »
I think I have.  Can you?

Absolutely. Impartially he's an immature, lying, self obsessed, ultra thin skinned narcassist. That's impartial.

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40016 on: March 21, 2017, 10:32:26 AM »

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40017 on: March 21, 2017, 11:04:27 AM »
>Gomer Gawdy vid<

Yes dear, we know how much the spineless GOPers would like to redirect away from the TrumpLies and TrumpRussia investigations. But "We "The People" want the Big-Orange-Leaker's Lies, and Putin's-Puppets, more and firstmost. Sorry Charlie — Bigger Fish to Fry. Once we successfully reclaim America and all of it's (now fouled and gutted) institutions and personel, we will be better able to determine *Who* were the Patriots, and *Who* the Traitors (who _the enemies_ of the Nation and The People were and are). Only then can any subsequent prosecutions proceed Justly.

It's very simple. First things First

Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40018 on: March 21, 2017, 11:07:05 AM »
Likewise can you show your impartial assessment of Trump? Perhaps how you assess the Comey and Rogers meeting with congress yesterday? How both stated unequivocally there was nothing in the accusations Trump had made about Obama buggng him; and had his embarrassng poodle Spicer refer to a 9/11 truther to accuse GCHQ of bugging Trump instead (when other options had been exhausted presumably).

When will it sink in with you that Trump doesn't know or care about the difference between truth and lies? That just because he's POTUS he has no regard for the office and what it involves. To him its just an extension of his fantasy world where he wakes up each day, watches TV and decides what he believes will fill his tweets from then on.

That you call any news you don't like fake (just like Trump- he'll love you for that) doesn't make it so. You presumably have access to your own Trump approved news outlet (Fox and Breitbart?) that you just know must be true, yeah?

You still think Trump is sensible and in full control of his faculties?

More so than most British people, apparently.  ::)


Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Reply #40019 on: March 21, 2017, 11:12:31 AM »
More so than most British people, apparently.  ::)