> When the argument is lost...
Does this statement still hold true when you guys reference Crooked Hillary, Lyin' Ted, Cryin' Chuck, Pocahontas, and Sloppy Steve? Or is slander only a tool of loser librools?
Full of crap, all of them\.
Fudge trump. Not for any new reason but I just have the urge to say that periodically. It's like a political Tourette's.
> Democrats lie.
Don't be a herpy derr, everyone lies. It just depends on who you want to believe.
I think it's perfectly believable. I think if everyone in that room said he said it, you'd say "So what? It's a craphole country." so I think I know why you believe Trump. He doesn't even say "I didn't say that at all", but "That's not the language that was used." Look at the way he's dancing around words in his half-assed denials, you KNOW he called SOMEONE a craphole country. "Never said anything derogatory about Haitians
The angry white welfare voice believes he said it. http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2018/01...
I don't care about the language. It's the incessant lying and treating people like they're stupid for believing negative press that's the issue. He's playing the base against the media, as usual.
China, then Africa if they can extricate from China's developing economic yoke on them , are the next dominant economic world powers as
military force becomes more targeted to advance economic goals rather than territory grabs. Even if we didnt have our coiffed buffoon making uninformed choices on global trade, energy and emergent industry, we would be hard pressed to maintain hegemony 20 years out.
> Democrats lie.
Republicans believe anything Gump tells them.
> The angry white welfare voice believes he said it.
> I don't care about the language. It's the incessant lying and treating people like
> they're stupid for believing negative press that's the issue. He's playing the base
> against the media, as usual.
"In a news cycle full of poverty, war, political intrigue, and all the usual torment, America's media have wasted valuable time this week debating the value of President Donald Trump's use of a bad word." Is a completely true statement that, in this case, I side with Breitbart on. Everyone's hanging on every fudging retarded word this assclown says that we're not having discussions about anything that is of actual import. It is a literal dumbing down of politics. It'd be helpful, to me, and keep crap less cluttered and more focused on real stories, if they just reduced Trump coverage to a side column on every front page titled "Trump Says Stupid Crap" and just put the highlights there with some ads under it, make it a joke column like it deserves to be, and just leave it the fudge alone.
I'm so sick of Trump coverage by the MSM. It's unproductive and reductive of actual news events. Fudging get over it already. If the craphole countries want to get offended at it, let THEM get offended at it, enough with the virtue signalling. If Norway wants to laugh out fudging loud that Trump wants immigrants from a country that has universal health care and schooling, I implore them to have a good giggle and get on with their much higher quality lives as we all continue to overpay for school and health all the way to the poor house as Capitalism was designed to have us do.
Leave Trump alone. Because he doesn't fudging matter. Every second you give him feeds him. Let him starve. Turn off your Twitter feeds. Open your eyes and work on improving yourself instead of focusing on people you will never change. Because THAT'S a real victory.
A couple of books that helped me to understand what I call the "gullible na´vetÚ."
There is a formula for getting to a point that you're buying this stuff. Some of it is just pure "talent." You can't teach talent.
The Believing Brain: From Ghosts and Gods to Politics and Conspiracies---How We Construct Beliefs and Reinforce Them as Truths https://www.amazon.com/gp/redirect.html?ie=UTF8&lo...
The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark https://www.amazon.com/gp/redirect.html?ie=UTF8&lo...
Hopefully I didn't trigger any of the sensitive.
Alex Jones readily admitted in court that his act is a "character" and "performance art".
So anybody still eating that bullcrap is the problem, not Jones himself. He's just your run-of-the-mill crony Capitalists. Just the crazy antithesis of The Colbert Report, just not as smart or funny.
Sort of like convicted criminal Dinesh D'Souza's "2016: Obamas America" was to Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11". His "woke" followers are now the nuts. No excuses for them. Just willfully ignorant.
Who actually takes alex jones seriously anyways, he's mostly just a meme to most people far as i can tell, and every time i've bothered to see that show to find out why, he's just shilling garbage. Even the alt-right doesn't seem to actually like him beyond the memes.
> Who actually takes alex jones seriously anyways, he's mostly just a meme to most
> people far as i can tell, and every time i've bothered to see that show to find out
> why, he's just shilling garbage. Even the alt-right doesn't seem to actually like
> him beyond the memes.
I would hope nobody does. However even the so called journalists that use his platform. Why would any self respecting journalist use that nut's platform?
i Donald J. Trump
"President Donald J. Trump Proclaims January 16, 2018, as Religious Freedom Day"
Religious Freedom Day Proclamationhttps://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/pr...
such a simple concept at first...and den:
"No American -- whether a nun, nurse, baker, or business owner -- should be forced to choose between the tenets of faith or adherence to the law."
> i Donald J. Trump
> "President Donald J. Trump Proclaims January 16, 2018, as Religious Freedom Day"
> Religious Freedom Day Proclamation
> such a simple concept at first...and den:
> "No American -- whether a nun, nurse, baker, or business owner -- should be forced
> to choose between the tenets of faith or adherence to the law."
A.K.A. Freedom for Christian bigots to discriminate.
> Go be a bigot somewhere else, Yanks.
I am anti-bigotry. Stop trolling.
> Scots wrote:
>> Go be a bigot somewhere else, Yanks.
> I am anti-bigotry. Stop trolling.
Untrue. You are bigoted against bigots. Therefore, you're just as much of a bigot as anyone else.
> yankees7448 wrote:
>> Scots wrote:
> |>> Go be a bigot somewhere else, Yanks.
>> I am anti-bigotry. Stop trolling.
> Untrue. You are bigoted against bigots. Therefore, you're just as much of a bigot
> as anyone else.
You cannot be bigoted against bigots.
> Spoken like a true bigot.
Said by the bigot who defends bigots.
> Dustin wrote:
>> Spoken like a true bigot.
> Said by the bigot who defends bigots.
I've actually never defended you.
> yankees7448 wrote:
>> Dustin wrote:
> |>> Spoken like a true bigot.
>> Said by the bigot who defends bigots.
> I've actually never defended you.
Never accused you of being competent either. Not my fault you suck at what you do.
> Dustin wrote:
>> yankees7448 wrote:
> |>> Dustin wrote:
>> |>> Spoken like a true bigot.
> |>> Said by the bigot who defends bigots.
>> I've actually never defended you.
> Never accused you of being competent either. Not my fault you suck at what you do.
Fake news. I'm good at most things I do.
KIRSTJEN NIELSEN, DHS, my new favorite cabinet member, having some fun in the spotlight.
On Norway: Senator Patrick Leahy asked Nielsen whether Norway was a predominantly white country.
"I actually do not know that, sir," she said during the meeting. "But I imagine that is the case."
On DACA: Nielsen responded by saying, "If you are a DACA that's compliant with your registration, meaning you haven't committed a crime, you, in fact, are registered. You're not a priority of enforcement for ICE should the program end."
On santuary cities: The Department of Homeland Security has asked federal prosecutors to examine the possibility of bringing criminal charges against leaders of so-called sanctuary cities, Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen told lawmakers Tuesday.
"The Department of Justice is reviewing what avenues may be available," Nielsen told the Senate Judiciary Committee. The secretary added that sanctuary policies were "putting my [Immigration and Customs Enforcement] officers at risk."
> Pentagon Suggests Countering Devastating Cyberattacks With Nuclear Arms
> you buying this as true and OK?
Most likely true, not ok. This is another biproduct of dumbing down the government. Coal power is nice but getting left behind by technology because of reactionary policy is going to lead to more of this type of issue. It's in the pipe in the medical and artificial intelligence fields as well.
We'll just shoot fire at them. Big fire.
> KIRSTJEN NIELSEN, DHS, my new favorite cabinet member, having some fun in the spotlight.
> On Norway: Senator Patrick Leahy asked Nielsen whether Norway was a predominantly
> white country.
> "I actually do not know that, sir," she said during the meeting. "But I imagine that
> is the case."
Mostly white, but dumb gotcha question that isn't important. Color probably had little to do with his wishing Norway citizens would come to the States. Trump wants to say Norwegians would immigrate to US because they're coming from top-ranked nation on scales of happiness, political freedom and prosperity, which would make us look good, but of course they aren't. Who would leave free college and universal health care to come to the States and get a nice minimum wage job that can't possibly pay your rent, with one of the most invasive and widespread surveillance programs in the history of history? This place is a craphouse in comparison.
climate nicely varied with gulf stream, mountains, fjords, lots of coastline. A couple of NFL franchises would be nice, wonder about
Donald J. Trump Verified account
7 hours ago
The Wall is the Wall, it has never changed or evolved from the first day I conceived of it. Parts will be, of necessity, see through and it was never intended to be built in areas where there is natural protection such as mountains, wastelands or tough rivers or water.....
....The Wall will be paid for, directly or indirectly, or through longer term reimbursement, by Mexico, which has a ridiculous $71 billion dollar trade surplus with the U.S. The $20 billion dollar Wall is "peanuts" compared to what Mexico makes from the U.S. NAFTA is a bad joke!
I love the twitter, "see through" wall? Paying with trade tariffs on Mexico, or claiming a reduction in the trade surplus as payment? Not sure, are ya?
if trump sticks around for a while, we will likely see more border patrol folks, some stout fencing, larger force of drones maybe?
there could be some actual wall, hope we get to see specs on the project. There is a practical need for effective southern border security,
and a cost effective strategy to do it.
Kelly and others know what's needed, i trust those guys, the whole Mexico payoff will get convoluted to cover the base, but it will be US tax dollars, the base intrinsically knows that, they do like their chants though...
trumps stuck on the semantics question "build the wall" not a big seller, everybody
can live with "enhanced border security". if
> Dems saying they have the votes to prevent the Republicans from keeping the government
And they wonder why repubs now have a majority.
> Scots wrote:
>> Dems saying they have the votes to prevent the Republicans from keeping the government
> And they wonder why repubs now have a majority.
And they still can't fudging get anything done, ffs. Too many red lines nobody's willing to cross because doing so would be political suicide
Gotta love Republicans. They can't get anything done despite controlling Congress and having a Republican President. Have no other ideas but to blame Democrats for their incompetence. Luckily for them the alternative fact loving roobs that vote for them will buy it hook line and sinker.
> I feel like a lot has been done.
I feel like 2017 and 2016 were identical. Nothing changed. This year should be interesting though, off to a great start!
there be a deal, everybody got serious skin in so even a short term Continuing Rez till next week is possible if we can't add the DACA in today.
Hope we can have a full budget instead of CRs forever, be nice.
> "Right now, a number of state laws allow a baby to be born from his or her mother's
> womb in the ninth month. It is wrong."
> I disagree with Trump on this.
Agreed, I feel like Trump's gone too far this time.