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Re: so American politics

Post by brettchallenger » Mon Nov 14, 2016 3:39 pm



My biggest regret about all this is that I never got round to putting £10 on Trump to win. Aw well, I can look forward to the Cheltenham Gold Cup.


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Re: so American politics

Post by Grindl » Tue Nov 15, 2016 11:30 am

Some of us ; who have been living under the oppressive regime of "King Barack" , the 1st... have been counting the days till the "End of an Error". Now ; only one week following the election ; the same deluded followers of this regimes radical leftist ideology are holding riots , protest marches , sit-ins , "Cry-ins", and predicting the coming of the apocalypse . Does anyone remember a single incident of protest marches , riots , shootings , sit-ins , or "Cry-ins" when Obama beat Romney , or McCain ?

And this is exactly the behavior these same people decried ; predicted , and assured us all , would be the actions and behavior of the Trump supporters , if he lost the election . The one thing I've learned about the majority of the DNC , and their followers , is : If they are accusing the other side of a forth-coming action or behavior , They are already engaged in that action or behavior . Right out of Olinsky's , "Rules for Radicals" . What's next from these anti-American radical leftist ? A attempt at open revolution , with armed conflict , and full-scale rioting in the major cities , to over-throw a govt. they feel to be illegitimate ?

And the feckless , biased media ( Propaganda arm for the DNC ) is calling on President-elect Trump to "reach out" to the "cup-cake" generation , and assure them . Would somebody please tell me where Obama , Clinton , and the leaders of their party are on this . They are silent and MIA . Knowing that silence will be a acknowledgement of the masses conduct , and further embolden them to take more severe actions and employ more radical tactics , causing more disruption , destruction , and even more deaths of those who disagree with their ideology .
Time for the "Cup-cakes" to grow up . And the authorities to say , "Enough". You've had a week to protest , whine , snivel , bitch and cry . Get over yourself ; and go back to work , school , or whatever . Another excellent example of why Socialism is a completely un-workable form of govt.

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Re: so American politics

Post by Alan_Hepburn » Tue Nov 15, 2016 7:46 pm

Grindl wrote:What's next from these anti-American radical leftist ? A attempt at open revolution , with armed conflict , and full-scale rioting in the major cities , to over-throw a govt. they feel to be illegitimate ?
Well, other than the criminal element, the vast majority of the left are anti-gun so an armed conflict would most likely be short-lived... :lol:
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Post by dwight007fchr » Tue Nov 15, 2016 10:07 pm

I was for Ross Perot way back when, then Ron Paul arrived, and I was behind him, along with millions of other patriotic Americans who wanted our Constitution restored and the fascist dictator in Washington taken out and put in jail. Ron Paul got derailed by the media and the established Soros-supported New World Order pieces of **** in Washington.

Then Trump came along, and boy, I tell you......I am glad I waited for the right one, as he is like Ron Paul on super steroids. Good things come to those who wait. Trump beat the **** out of the lying lame-stream media, the lying/corrupt Killery and her DNC/democratic fascist party. Everyone, even half the Republicans were against trump. That piece of crap Paul Ryan must get flushed out of the Washington Swamp, along with all the other anti-Trump carpetbaggers.

I was telling everyone the day our Trump won.....that he should call Putin and Syria's Assad and arrange a meeting as soon as possible, and that he should work out an agreement with Russia to work hand-in-hand with them to totally exterminate ISIS and any terrorists within Syria's border. Restoring Assad's Syria and bringing peace to this area is going to make Trump famous.....whereas Killery and Obammie were pushing for WW3 with Russia. Today I was overjoyed to learn that Trump has already called Putin and they are going to work together to fight ISIS......GettyUP, Hi Ho Trump, Away!!!! Trump has already done more than Obammie has done in 8 years, and Trump hasnt even moved into the White House yet.

I only hope/pray that the terrified Soros-back elites do not attempt to assinate Trump before he moves into the White House. I truly believe that this is a very historic event, and perhaps America's last hope of climbing out of the abyss that Obammie has put us into.

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Re: so American politics

Post by Grindl » Wed Nov 16, 2016 6:50 pm

It was announced today on "The Five" , that 79 of the 112 Rioters in Portland didn't even vote . At all ! And that 58 weren't even registered to vote ! Anywhere .....! Criminals , Thugs , and Anarchists .... The comment regarding the armed conflict was more or less tongue in cheek , and somewhat rhetorical . But you got it . Don't these morons understand that the majority of us on the conservative side of this "fence" , do go to the gun range regularly ? Practice our marksmanship and accuracy and pride ourselves on both ? And , well Duh .....I think the majority of conservatives are also Veterans , too . For the most part . Could be wrong , but I don't think so .

Wasn't a Trump guy to start with . I favored Cruz , but it was , "ANYBODY BUT SHRILL-ARY" !... I would have voted for Deputy Dog or Fozzy Bear ; rather than a sleazy , low-life , lying , two-faced , cut-throat , back-stabbing , B**** . Four American heroes died , and she lied ! Useless POS !

Hey ! I held my nose ; and bit my tongue as I voted for John "Senator Sell-out" McCain , rather than the Arizona "Shrill-ary" clone , Fitzpatrick . Now if we can just do something about Jeff "Open Borders" , swish & twish Flake ...R-I-N-O...There's a real piece of work .

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Post by waituntilthebeep » Wed Jan 11, 2017 2:16 pm

Should I stop drinking yet to face the reality or just keep on it? I hated both candidates so I had a good reason to start drinking in the first place :P

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Re: so American politics

Post by dingdong » Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:47 am

It will be nice to be included when the word we is referred to instead of they or those other folks. I accept being called a deplorable with pride.
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Re: so American politics

Post by brettchallenger » Thu Jan 12, 2017 9:08 am

Hey, you could have our politicians.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-38593579
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Post by dingdong » Thu Jan 12, 2017 11:43 am

brettchallenger wrote:Hey, you could have our politicians.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-38593579
At least yours have a sense of humor. I'll take them over ours.
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Re: so American politics

Post by brettchallenger » Thu Jan 12, 2017 1:10 pm

what, this rabble?



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Re: so American politics

Post by dingdong » Thu Jan 12, 2017 5:48 pm

Yes, that rabble. That's funny. You could search the archives for weeks and not find that kind of humor from our congress.
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Post by suvcw04 » Sat Jan 14, 2017 1:30 pm

Trump won.
America 0.
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Post by seelyark1 » Tue Apr 25, 2017 12:08 am

suvcw04 wrote:Trump won.
America 0.
I believe what you mean with that 0 should read 100 Days better than all of One Big Azz Mistake America's reign!
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Post by MarkZ28 » Sat Sep 15, 2018 5:12 pm

Well, lowest unemployment in decades, lowest minority unemployment ever, record growth, stocks up and going up, more manufacturing staying in the US, plus more. Not bad for a president, he actually kept most of his promises, unusual for any politician, no matter the party. He is not perfect of course but what the US needed to get back on track.

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Re: so American politics

Post by golden highway » Sat Sep 15, 2018 7:44 pm

Agreed.

Wonder how the naysayers will spin everything he has done as bad.

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Re: so American politics

Post by dingdong » Tue Sep 18, 2018 7:03 am

golden highway wrote:
Sat Sep 15, 2018 7:44 pm
Agreed.

Wonder how the naysayers will spin everything he has done as bad.

No need to wonder. Just watch the robots on CNN, et al.
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Post by madmtnmotors » Tue Sep 18, 2018 10:01 pm

golden highway wrote:
Sat Sep 15, 2018 7:44 pm
Agreed.

Wonder how the naysayers will spin everything he has done as bad.

Ole' "Ronald MacDonald Trump" does a pretty good job of that all by himself. :roll:

He didn't even win with the most votes, he just did a better job of playing the electoral college. Not to mention Comey, who felt compelled to announce his investigation into Hillary less than a week from the election yet chose to remain silent about the investigation into D.T. that had been ongoing for over six months at that point and continues to this day...

Don could settle all of this by releasing his tax returns and revealing all of the conflicts of interest that would likely end up with him in jail. Except that Pence would pardon him (if he didn't pardon himself), then Pence will appoint "The Don" as his VP, then Pence will resign, making DT pres again, who will then turn around and reappoint Pence as his VP again.

What amazes me is that Trump has managed to ride the wave of recovery that was already underway when he took office without bringing it all crashing down. If the "Publicans" had their way we would all be working for free. Imagine how good THAT would be for business! All profit! Doesn't get any better than that! :(
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Re: so American politics

Post by dingdong » Wed Sep 19, 2018 7:22 am

madmtnmotors wrote:
Tue Sep 18, 2018 10:01 pm
golden highway wrote:
Sat Sep 15, 2018 7:44 pm
Agreed.

Wonder how the naysayers will spin everything he has done as bad.

Ole' "Ronald MacDonald Trump" does a pretty good job of that all by himself. :roll:

He didn't even win with the most votes, he just did a better job of playing the electoral college. Not to mention Comey, who felt compelled to announce his investigation into Hillary less than a week from the election yet chose to remain silent about the investigation into D.T. that had been ongoing for over six months at that point and continues to this day...

Don could settle all of this by releasing his tax returns and revealing all of the conflicts of interest that would likely end up with him in jail. Except that Pence would pardon him (if he didn't pardon himself), then Pence will appoint "The Don" as his VP, then Pence will resign, making DT pres again, who will then turn around and reappoint Pence as his VP again.

What amazes me is that Trump has managed to ride the wave of recovery that was already underway when he took office without bringing it all crashing down. If the "Publicans" had their way we would all be working for free. Imagine how good THAT would be for business! All profit! Doesn't get any better than that! :(

Yeah, kind of like the Kingston Trio were the reason for the success of the Beatles.
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Re: so American politics

Post by golden highway » Wed Sep 19, 2018 3:41 pm

madmtnmotors wrote:
Tue Sep 18, 2018 10:01 pm
golden highway wrote:
Sat Sep 15, 2018 7:44 pm
Agreed.

Wonder how the naysayers will spin everything he has done as bad.

Ole' "Ronald MacDonald Trump" does a pretty good job of that all by himself. :roll:

He didn't even win with the most votes, he just did a better job of playing the electoral college. Not to mention Comey, who felt compelled to announce his investigation into Hillary less than a week from the election yet chose to remain silent about the investigation into D.T. that had been ongoing for over six months at that point and continues to this day...

Don could settle all of this by releasing his tax returns and revealing all of the conflicts of interest that would likely end up with him in jail. Except that Pence would pardon him (if he didn't pardon himself), then Pence will appoint "The Don" as his VP, then Pence will resign, making DT pres again, who will then turn around and reappoint Pence as his VP again.

What amazes me is that Trump has managed to ride the wave of recovery that was already underway when he took office without bringing it all crashing down. If the "Publicans" had their way we would all be working for free. Imagine how good THAT would be for business! All profit! Doesn't get any better than that! :(
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Re: so American politics

Post by madmtnmotors » Wed Sep 19, 2018 5:54 pm

golden highway wrote:
Wed Sep 19, 2018 3:41 pm
Ha ha ha you are such a comedian ........
Hey, if we can't laugh at ourselves we are truly lost! :D
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Re: so American politics

Post by madmtnmotors » Thu Sep 27, 2018 11:20 am

golden highway wrote:
Wed Sep 19, 2018 3:41 pm
Ha ha ha you are such a comedian ........
Looks like I'm not the only one:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/ ... ent-trump/
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Re: so American politics

Post by golden highway » Thu Sep 27, 2018 3:58 pm

This article should have been started with once upon a time.

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Re: so American politics

Post by suvcw04 » Thu Sep 27, 2018 6:20 pm

madmtnmotors wrote:
Wed Sep 19, 2018 5:54 pm
golden highway wrote:
Wed Sep 19, 2018 3:41 pm
Ha ha ha you are such a comedian ........
Hey, if we can't laugh at ourselves we are truly lost! :D
OR . . . you could say something stupid at the UN and have the leaders of the WORLD laugh at you.
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Re: so American politics

Post by C-dub » Thu Sep 27, 2018 8:11 pm

I wonder if our friends across the pond or to our north feel that for most of their elections that it usually comes down to choosing the least worst of the candidates?

I voted for Trump because there was no way I could vote for hrc. I voted for Cruz in the primaries, but didn't get that option again for the main election.
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Re: so American politics

Post by madmtnmotors » Thu Sep 27, 2018 8:25 pm

C-dub wrote:
Thu Sep 27, 2018 8:11 pm
It usually comes down to choosing the least worst of the candidates?
+1

I vote for a ballot option "None of the above"


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