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RoofGardener
37 minutes ago, Phaeton80 said:

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Do you really think the Clinton woman would have done that much worse? I mean, we are on the verge of WWIII because your 'anti ME war president' is continuing the ME war just like his predecessors (surprise!), ...

We are NOT on the verge of WWIII. That is risible hyperbola. We're not even on the verge of Gulf War II. 

We MIGHT, however, be on the verge of Slap Gaddafi II. 

Do you recall how bullish Gaddafi was up until about 1986, promoting and funding terrorism around the world ? 

Notice how quiet he became after the US bombed a bunch of his barracks and airfields ? 

As in Tripoli, perhaps so in Tehran ? 

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OverSword
On ‎6‎/‎18‎/‎2019 at 6:24 PM, and then said:

My question is when one politician consistently draws capacity, SRO crowds while the others can't seem to draw flies does it seem realistic that the vastly more popular candidate is actually losing in unbiased polls to EVERY DEMOCRAT candidate?

It would be a simple matter to make trump lose every poll by only polling in big cities.  Around here in 2016 it was all Democrat, as soon as you get outside of King County it was all Trump.  Urban people (for some reason) tend to go Blue.

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Imaginarynumber1
4 hours ago, Dark_Grey said:

A multi-racial men's drinking club? Yeah, probably. The Proud Boys seem to be having a great time despite desperate, beta writers like this "Stephen A. Crockett Jr." constantly trying to paint them as "white supremacists". The Proud Boys have gay members, black and latino members...come to think of it, they are more diverse than ANTIFA ever was or likely ever will be.

"Stephen A. Crockett Jr." lol what an impressive list of thought provoking articles. I like his profile tagline: "Senior Editor @ The Root, boxes outside my weight class, when they go low, you go lower." yeah that's how you win, Stephen. By going lower than the other guys. :rolleyes: He obviously did zero research on the Proud Boys or he's just outright lying. 

Yes. There are many.

A group that promotes political violence, made of mostly white men who promote white genocide CTs, constantly show up with white nationalist memes, attend white nationalist rallies, and see "western values" as under attack.

Yup. You lot would fit right in.

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OverSword
3 hours ago, Phaeton80 said:

Both parties and both candidates are owned by special interest groups, both candidates will not govern for the people but for corporations

Not directed at you Phaeton, just a thought. 

I work for a large corporation.  What's good for the corporation is also good for me at some point and to some degree, (assuming my employer is not trying to screw me over, which they're not) especially as far as things that lend stability to the company also must lend stability to my employment and therefore my life.

Just a thought.

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aztek
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4 minutes ago, OverSword said:

Not directed at you Phaeton, just a thought. 

I work for a large corporation.  What's good for the corporation is also good for me at some point and to some degree, (assuming my employer is not trying to screw me over, which they're not) especially as far as things that lend stability to the company also must lend stability to my employment and therefore my life.

Just a thought.

the bigger the corporation, the more people it hires = more people have jobs.  but that is alien concept for socialists, they also seem to be clueless on what gvmnt responsibilities are.   they blame a fridge for not vacuuming floors, figuratively speaking

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F3SS

I don't know Aztec. My fridge seems to collect more dirt and M&Ms underneath it than my vacuum does sometimes.

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aztek
5 minutes ago, F3SS said:

I don't know Aztec. My fridge seems to collect more dirt and M&Ms underneath it than my vacuum does sometimes.

mine too, lol   btw you should check if your condenser coils are on the bottom of the fridge as opposed to being in the back. if so, vacuum them,  might have to tilt the fridge,  or your fridge performance will be affected , a lot,  especially if you have pets, i vacuum mine every year at least,  it gets packed with dust and pet hair.  my mother was gonna buy a new fridge, cuz hers was not cooling, turns out the coil was clogged so bad, it was barely cooling,, after i vacuumed it, it works as good as new

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South Alabam

Go through these slowly and see if you can spot fake news. And then call Trump the enemy of the media, when it is just the opposite. Not to mention media and political hypocrisy.

https://imgur.com/a/c1RnG

https://imgur.com/a/LDOxq

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F3SS
24 minutes ago, aztek said:

mine too, lol   btw you should check if your condenser coils are on the bottom of the fridge as opposed to being in the back. if so, vacuum them,  might have to tilt the fridge,  or your fridge performance will be affected , a lot,  especially if you have pets, i vacuum mine every year at least,  it gets packed with dust and pet hair.  my mother was gonna buy a new fridge, cuz hers was not cooling, turns out the coil was clogged so bad, it was barely cooling,, after i vacuumed it, it works as good as new

Appreciate the tip. However, my fridge ain't moving. I bought it a couple years ago, then installed new cabinets around it. It's a big 36" fridge squeezed so tight between 2 pantry cabinets I'm afraid to even attempt to pull it out for fear I'll never get it back in without damaging the cabinets. None of my new appliances are undersized by 1/4" like many others I see are. That's good information though.

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OverSword
23 minutes ago, South Alabam said:

Go through these slowly and see if you can spot fake news. And then call Trump the enemy of the media, when it is just the opposite. Not to mention media and political hypocrisy.

https://imgur.com/a/c1RnG

https://imgur.com/a/LDOxq

Those are gold

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aztek
7 minutes ago, F3SS said:

Appreciate the tip. However, my fridge ain't moving. I bought it a couple years ago, then installed new cabinets around it. It's a big 36" fridge squeezed so tight between 2 pantry cabinets I'm afraid to even attempt to pull it out for fear I'll never get it back in without damaging the cabinets. None of my new appliances are undersized by 1/4" like many others I see are. That's good information though.

i understand that, custom cabinets can be pita, hopefully yours works with no issues, if you have pet free home, you may never need to do so, me otoh, with multiple pets, i have to do it every year.

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Phaeton80
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14 hours ago, OverSword said:

Not directed at you Phaeton, just a thought. 

I work for a large corporation.  What's good for the corporation is also good for me at some point and to some degree, (assuming my employer is not trying to screw me over, which they're not) especially as far as things that lend stability to the company also must lend stability to my employment and therefore my life.

Just a thought.


I am not proposing to end all corporations, I am proposing to react with extreme prejudice against corporations buying your senate, having an unconstitutional control of the policies set out by your 'elected government'. Which is obviously the case, and which will send your nation into a sesspool of increasingly overt corruption. A dead end road you have travelled for far too long as it is.

I apologise, but to respond to this utterly obvious corruption - which is in effect destroying your nation, is in effect the real clear and present existential enemy you and your fellow Americans are facing - with the notion 'whats good for a corporation is good for me' is just about the most unpatriotic, unwise, unhinged reaction I can imagine.

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Phaeton80
17 hours ago, RoofGardener said:

We are NOT on the verge of WWIII. That is risible hyperbola. We're not even on the verge of Gulf War II. 

We MIGHT, however, be on the verge of Slap Gaddafi II. 

Do you recall how bullish Gaddafi was up until about 1986, promoting and funding terrorism around the world ? 

Notice how quiet he became after the US bombed a bunch of his barracks and airfields ? 

As in Tripoli, perhaps so in Tehran ? 


Erm.. no. Iran is not like Libya, not like Iraq. The mere fact you and a whole drove of other people seem to regard this as 'just another intervention' only underwrites the risk that is at play here.

Now sit back in your armchair and keep cheering on yet another deceitful war of agression against yet another ME nation thinking it will all pan out fine.. Well, besides the usual mass death and destruciton, ofcourse.. but hey, its on the other side of the world, and my sons and daughters wont be in the line of fire.. so let the games begin!

Get a sense of reality why not.

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RoofGardener
1 hour ago, Phaeton80 said:


Erm.. no. Iran is not like Libya, not like Iraq. The mere fact you and a whole drove of other people seem to regard this as 'just another intervention' only underwrites the risk that is at play here.

Now sit back in your armchair and keep cheering on yet another deceitful war of agression against yet another ME nation thinking it will all pan out fine.. Well, besides the usual mass death and destruciton, ofcourse.. but hey, its on the other side of the world, and my sons and daughters wont be in the line of fire.. so let the games begin!

Get a sense of reality why not.

Meh... just drop a load of bombs on some of its barracks, AA sites, munitions factories, airfields, and naval bases, and it will soon get the idea. :P 

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OverSword
3 hours ago, Phaeton80 said:


I am not proposing to end all corporations, I am proposing to react with extreme prejudice against corporations buying your senate, having an unconstitutional control of the policies set out by your 'elected government'. Which is obviously the case, and which will send your nation into a sesspool of increasingly overt corruption. A dead end road you have travelled for far too long as it is.

I apologise, but to respond to this utterly obvious corruption - which is in effect destroying your nation, is in effect the real clear and present existential enemy you and your fellow Americans are facing - with the notion 'whats good for a corporation is good for me' is just about the most unpatriotic, unwise, unhinged reaction I can imagine.

Total agreement from me but the majority of my fellow Americans are either too afraid or too ignorant to realize that the only path to change is to vote third party. They’re brainwashed for the most part 

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aztek

lol, if you think your vote matters, you might be brainwashed,  

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Phaeton80

How is it people like this never float to the top of the (s)election line up, and people like Jeb Bush, Rubio, Cruz, Trump and Clinton do?


God I miss the guy..

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Captain Risky
9 hours ago, OverSword said:

Total agreement from me but the majority of my fellow Americans are either too afraid or too ignorant to realize that the only path to change is to vote third party. They’re brainwashed for the most part 

totally agree. In Oz we have a two party preferred system and its just a merry go round for career politicians to keep the status quo going by cutting out other parties and alternative views. Democratic duopoly. 

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F3SS
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Oh God here it comes! He's announcing his dictatorship. We're all gonna die!

 

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Captain Risky
1 hour ago, F3SS said:

Oh God here it comes! He's announcing his dictatorship. We're all gonna die!

 

Thats what happens when you start stalking Putin. 

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Tatetopa
On 6/20/2019 at 1:02 PM, aztek said:

the bigger the corporation, the more people it hires = more people have jobs.  but that is alien concept for socialists,

So maybe one big world wide corporation could hire us all?  

Many many smaller corporations might be be better.  There was a time in America, and I believe it was great then, when people talked about personal responsibility and making something of themselves. Having "jobs"  would not have been their dream.   They were farmers and craftsmen and small merchants and proud of their independence..   Large corporations go back a ways but they were not always with us or held the power they do today.

It was a large corporation who owned the tea and demanded the British government respond with troops when we dumped it into Boston Harbor. 

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DieChecker

Here is what Piers Morgan (Famous Leftist) has to say about Trump's rally.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7163567/PIERS-MORGAN-Trumps-going-win-easily-2020-unless-Democrat-ostriches-drag-heads-sand.html

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But the President's demeanor should strike the fear of God into his opponents, because he looks and sounds in the form of his short political life.

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And his strategy has clearly worked.

Everyone seems to forget that Trump won with just 46.1% of the national vote in 2016. His current approval rating is around 45%.

And as the New Yorker reminds us today, the day before the 2016 election, just 37.5% of American voters – according to Real Clear Politics poll average - had a 'favorable' opinion of Trump.

So, either the polls were wrong or a lot of people voted for Trump despite not liking him.

The latest R.C.P. poll average shows Trump's favorability opinion at 43.8% - over six percentage points higher than when he won last time.

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So as things stand – and notwithstanding unexpected events that can derail any presidency - I am going to ignore the polls and predict Trump will win comfortably in 2020.

To all those who scoff at this prediction, I simply remind you that you all scoffed last time when I repeatedly said Trump would win despite widespread poll evidence to the contrary.

Basically the Yellow Man is riding high, and unopposed, with nearly the entire GOP behind him, and the economy giving him a giant tail wind. The Democrats have ideas, and happy happy joy joy, but will people vote for the two birds in the bush, or the bird in the hand?

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F3SS
35 minutes ago, DieChecker said:

happy happy joy joy

Thanks. Now you know what song is going to be stuck in my head all day?

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Farmer77
On 6/20/2019 at 12:26 PM, RoofGardener said:

Interesting that some people here seek to link the Proud Boys to the Donald Trump rally. The two had nothing to do with one another ! 

How is that?

On 6/19/2019 at 8:52 AM, RoofGardener said:

So you are seriously claiming that Fox News LITERALLY transmits "government approved" Trump propaganda ? 

You are claiming that "the Government" issues Fox News with a list of "approved" news stories each day ? 

You're SURE that'st what you want to claim ? I mean, are you sure it isn't Invisible Giant Lobsters From The Planet Nibiru that are issuing the news stories ? Or Elvis ? 

Now, with MSNBC and a few others, I can believe this sort of thing. Or rather, that they take their cue from the Democratic party, because... well.. there was that example a few weeks ago where Nancy Pelosi announced some policy initiative.. can't remember what it was... hygienic lampposts or something.. and within HOURS MSNBC and CNN suddenly shifted their news agenda to incorporate Hygienic Lampposts. And they all used virtually the same form of words. It was wierd. And very unsettling. 

But I have not seen that level of obvious "directed" news agenda's from Fox News. 

Mind you.. not that I watch ALL of their shows. Tucker Carlson is entertaining. I once watched a bit of Hannity by accident. But the rest of them are too derangedly anti-liberal for my tastes. There was one woman who opened her show with the most outlandish statements. "Democrats Eat Babies.. film at 11" style of thing. 

Man youre reality denying here is quite Trumpian Roofie.

“We r all on the same team”: read Sean Hannity’s chats with Paul Manafort

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