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The Trump Presidency (take 2)

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1 hour ago, Flip Flop said:

Klan hoods are for democrat senators of yesterday and democrat governors of today. 

You guys are so **** weird and just reject the fact that the clan moved to the Republican Party.  I just don’t get it.  Conserve means to keep things the same and remain unchanged.  

 

You also pick pretty specific crap to put your opinion in.  Are you trying to troll or nah?

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1 hour ago, Flip Flop said:

Klan hoods are for democrat senators of yesterday and democrat governors of today. 

Ain't that the truth. No matter how hard the Dems try they cannot white-wash the past or present.

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46 minutes ago, Gritzblitz 2.0 said:

AOC is going to be in every GOP campaign ad for the next several years. 

That WILL be a winning strategy for the GOP.

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18 minutes ago, lostone said:

You guys are so **** weird and just reject the fact that the clan moved to the Republican Party.  I just don’t get it.

That part isn't convenient for their narrative. 

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21 minutes ago, Psychic Gibbon said:

The Republican House whip refers to himself as David Duke without the baggage.

One party ignores their current racist behaviors almost to the point of celebrating them vs an incident that happened decades ago that was quickly denounced by the ENTIRE party. 

Yeah, I see the similarities indeed. 

WTF should be proud. :doh:

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2 hours ago, GEORGIAfan said:

Winning is important to 2020 voters, but I don't think they will support a candidate who only stands for winning, especially since she doesn't seem to have a strong grasp of policy. I've watched a couple Q&A sections of her townhalls and the answers were a bit light to me. very generic and filled with slogan/talking points. 

Does Trump stand for anything? Trump is only interested in emotional connections to his base .He is morally flexible. 

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40 minutes ago, Psychic Gibbon said:

 

one of snak's favorite things to do in the immediate aftermath of a terrorist attack was to post unverified accounts of white nationalists claiming terrorists yelled that phrase. He never met a tragedy he wasn't willing to exploit.

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18 hours ago, Serge said:

I mean, ****, he has John Bolton and Elliott Abrams working for him now. Oliver North could be his next Secretary of Defense and it would only cause the normal amount of eye-batting. Which seems favorable to Trump over the long haul, if everything is a crisis all the time then nothing is, and if Trump is always wrong and bad, then actually a lot of these TV hosts are ******** who are obfuscating just as much as Trump.

The news people probably won't explain it, or maybe will give something approaching an explanation at 11:20 on a Monday, but he could have a conscious strategy in doing what he's doing, and that strategy is making the news make people hate the left as much as they hate him, and having them put the Democrats, the left, and the media all in one group emitting frightening noises that might be the devil they don't know in 2020.

Well I'm not going to blame the media. They are reporting on all of Trumps issues. The problem is nothing happens. That issue has more to do with the GOP not enforcing any form of law or accountability toward their own.

It's not the media's fault one side of the Government is allowing a criminal to commit crimes in broad daylight

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2 hours ago, Leon Troutsky said:

We can’t allow this kind of rhetoric to become normal.  The President just accused people he doesn’t like of treason and says they should be jailed.

 

Bro, so guess what. Yeah, so it is normal now. So this whole "don't allow this to become" attitude has GOT to go. Because it happened and it is normal now so get OVER it. Warren2020, telling it like it IS.

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4 hours ago, Gritzblitz 2.0 said:

Yeah, when it comes down to it. The Democrat establishment isn't really interested in any of this.

The true difference between the parties seem to lie in the red meat, culture war stuff that drives cable news ratings and page clicks. But in the actual process of how this nation does its business, there really isn't much of difference. 

So the Democrat nominee will most likely be another corporate lackey that will continue the perpetual industrial-war campaign, ignore the prevalence of the surveillance state, and give lip service to true healthcare and education reform. 

But hey, at least that person won't be such a boorish a**hole about it. So everyone will think they are voting for "change".

Um if you dont see the difference in the parties now then I don't know what to tell you. Call me when dems nominate a Trump like figure on the left that insights race riots and openly mocks the accountability of law and advocates violence against the media.  

Trumps actions and words and the way the entire GOP covers for him has shown more than ever that both sides are not the same.

Dems aren't in the pocket of the NRA, Russia, Big Oil, Big Coal, they also aren't passing huge tax bill's that only benefit the 1%,

Dems are also building a platform centering on Health Care and ways to Combat Climate change. But yea just keep up with the both sides talk.

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4 hours ago, GEORGIAfan said:

:rolleyes:

They do not realize that young voters in America are not as turned off by the word "socialist" as old as voters are.

In fact the idea of being a democratic socialist is a badge of honor to alot of young voters.

 

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10 minutes ago, MAD597 said:

Um if you dont see the difference in the parties now then I don't know what to tell you. Call me when dems nominate a Trump like figure on the left that insights race riots and openly mocks the accountability of law and advocates violence against the media.  

Trumps actions and words and the way the entire GOP covers for him has shown more than ever that both sides are not the same.

Dems aren't in the pocket of the NRA, Russia, Big Oil, Big Coal, they also aren't passing huge tax bill's that only benefit the 1%,

Dems are also building a platform centering on Health Care and ways to Combat Climate change. But yea just keep up with the both sides talk.

third party and non-voters have to tell themselves a fairy tale to sleep at night

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Last week Trump bragged that the Japanese Prime Minister nominated him for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Now the truth surfaces:

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe nominated U.S. President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize last autumn after receiving a request from the U.S. government to do so, the Asahi newspaper reported on Sunday.

Team Trump made a quiet request to the Japanese Prime Minister to nominate Donald for the Actual Genuine Nobel Peace Prize after Trump (1) threatened war with North Korea, (2) called the North Korean dictator rude names on Twitter, only to (3) cap it off with a face-to-face meeting that North Korea has been itching for decades as confirmation of their “world power” status but which has, to date, produced little in return.

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4 hours ago, Gritzblitz 2.0 said:

Yeah, when it comes down to it. The Democrat establishment isn't really interested in any of this.

The true difference between the parties seem to lie in the red meat, culture war stuff that drives cable news ratings and page clicks. But in the actual process of how this nation does its business, there really isn't much of difference. 

So the Democrat nominee will most likely be another corporate lackey that will continue the perpetual industrial-war campaign, ignore the prevalence of the surveillance state, and give lip service to true healthcare and education reform. 

But hey, at least that person won't be such a boorish a**hole about it. So everyone will think they are voting for "change".

I agree the establishment Dems are not as dogged as the newbies, indeed.

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