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Statick last won the day on January 3 2011

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  1. Yeah, when you contradict yourself that's called "arguing for the sake of arguing".
  2. They're going to be in concert here in Raleigh.
  3. Trump and Conservatives had better lay off MS-13. Those guys are crazy enough without them prodding them and helping with their recruitment.
  4. Republicans blast Trump meeting with Putin as 'shameful' and 'sign of weakness' WASHINGTON - A growing number of Republican lawmakers Monday criticized President Donald Trump's joint appearance with Russian President Vladimir Putin in which Trump accepted Putin's denials of meddling in the U.S. election. "The president must appreciate that Russia is not our ally," House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., said hours after a joint press conference between the two leaders. "There is no moral equivalence between the United States and Russia, which remains hostile to our most basic values and ideals." Several lawmakers focused on Trump’s remarks that both the U.S. and Russia were to blame for troubled relations between the two countries. Trump was responding to a question about whether Russia had any responsibility for that relationship. “Russia interfered in the 2016 election. Our nation’s top intelligence agencies all agree on that point," Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, said in a statement. "I trust the good work of our intelligence and law enforcement personnel who have sworn to protect the United States of America from enemies foreign and domestic.” Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., agreed. “I never thought I would see the day when our American president would stand on the stage with the Russian president and place blame on the United States for Russian aggression,” Flake posted on Twitter. “This is shameful,” he added.
  5. I hope ANTIFA shows up and wails on 'em.
  6. He's having to take some time out from the sh*t-storm. Don't go into the sh*t-storm, buddy.
  7. And there it is. Resorting to movie clips to make a point due to being publicly owned. (Did I mention my other degree was Psychology and that I work for Psychological Operations for the Army?) Were you motivated to pull over to the side to post? Just remember you only respond to my posts because what I say irks you. Glad to see that have that effect on your sensibilities, Francis.
  8. Took a long time to come up with that one, I see. And don't try that triggered tactic with me. You only do that when you're outmatched, which is most of the time.
  9. I'm sure those degrees in Underwater Basket Weaving and Advanced Mental Masturbation will get you a long way.
  10. Yeah, it's always the idiot with no degree that usually say that.
  11. I'll put my actual degree in Political Science against your hillbilly idea of what politics are supposed to be any day.
  12. No, that's what it comes down for YOU. Also, being that I have absolutely no respect for you, don't cream your jeans being that I actually responded to your daily attempt at stupidity.
  13. Obama openly talking about interference = Trump accusing him of trying to rig the election in favor of Hillary Clinton (which Trump was already chirping in before the election) Obama not openly talking about interference = Trump accusing him of not doing enough to stop the interference (which is what he's been doing since the election) Fun fact: Obama provided an intelligence briefing to Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell regarding said interference, but neither refused to back a public statement that publicly challenged Russia to cease what it was doing to subvert the election process/hacking and McConnell told Obama that he would view an effort by the White House to do that as partisan. A classic political Catch .22. Nice try, lemming.
  14. NPR stated that if Roe vs Wade were overturned, many women would seek out gynecologists and nurse practitioners willing to perform abortions. Scary notion for those women having to resort to that.