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    Quote Originally Posted by kane View Post
    Sounds good to me
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    "I will have more flexibility after I leave office." PUSSY CAT OBAMA stated. The other person responded "I will let Vladimir know. "

    On videotape.

    Slimy NO BALLS WEAKLING.

    Along with that fvckin SNEAKY CUNT ATTORNEY GENERAL LYNCH.

    More Deportations on the way.

    The Travel Ban will STAY.

    LIBERAL FRUITCAKES can go find their PUSSY friend Obama and cry in his lap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfie View Post
    list the crimes...find just one and post it........
    He raped his first wife. He raped a 13 year old party girl. He sexually assaulted at least 12 other woman. Trump U. committed consumer fraud against 5,000 students.

    Violates the emoluments clause by accepting foreign government money and gifts. Nepotism. Washington D.C. Trump hotel! Many illegal conflicts of interest. Obstruction of justice when he fired Comey because of Russia.

    Jared Kusher perjured himself filling out his SF86. Mike Flynn perjured himself filling out his SF86. Jeff Sessions perjured himself. Mike Flynn and Paul Manofort failed to register as foreign agents. Those are the crimes we know. The tip of the iceberg. Bob Mueller knows much more and he will be following the money. Mueller will find multiple quid pro quo's. He will find money laundering, tax evasion, and lets have a look at Orangeman's tax returns. Patience Rats, patience!
    "its time to start killing journalist" Mr. Merlin. 07-02-17

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigrunner View Post
    He raped his first wife. He raped a 13 year old party girl. He sexually assaulted at least 12 other woman. Trump U. committed consumer fraud against 5,000 students.

    Violates the emoluments clause by accepting foreign government money and gifts. Nepotism. Washington D.C. Trump hotel! Many illegal conflicts of interest. Obstruction of justice when he fired Comey because of Russia.

    Jared Kusher perjured himself filling out his SF86. Mike Flynn perjured himself filling out his SF86. Jeff Sessions perjured himself. Mike Flynn and Paul Manofort failed to register as foreign agents. Those are the crimes we know. The tip of the iceberg. Bob Mueller knows much more and he will be following the money. Mueller will find multiple quid pro quo's. He will find money laundering, tax evasion, and lets have a look at Orangeman's tax returns. Patience Rats, patience!
    Nope I don't think they murdered anyone, but if they did the deplorable rats would argue it wasn't a crime, some rats would argue it's just a little thing!
    "its time to start killing journalist" Mr. Merlin. 07-02-17

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    BigRunner,

    I'm going to ask you a simple question. I ask that you only answer with yes or no and don't include any other rants in the response to this question.

    Do you think Loretta Lynch broke the law as AG?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JavyBaez9 View Post
    BigRunner,

    I'm going to ask you a simple question. I ask that you only answer with yes or no and don't include any other rants in the response to this question.

    Do you think Loretta Lynch broke the law as AG?
    Your back? I don't get it? Cubs are chasing.

    No! Enlighten me.

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    Shep Smith. A beacon of truth in a den filled with liars:

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGuesser View Post
    Shep Smith. A beacon of truth in a den filled with liars:
    Couple of the more level headed, no spin Fox News boys now wanting to know what's going on here. Trumpsters cant keep their lies straight. Is there room for more lawyers on the payroll? What happens if the legendary Ty Cobb can't get them back on track??.? Do they then turn to the Sultan of Swat himself "Babe Ruth"?

    Trump,sheeple running out of excuses for their fair haired boy.

    And still nothing getting done in Washington. More and more Republicans wanting answers. Not just Dems anymore. Someone mentioned 6 months down...90 to go....man if that's even remotely true that's going to be a lot of tax payers money spent of lawyers and running the country on the back burners.

    The Orange one said to be highly upset he's going down as the worst president in us history. These reports not coming from the house cat either.

    This is just not going as planned. Sure hope there's a plan B in the works.

    Tick tock....tick tock......tick tock....

    A fine mess you got us into this time jr. Maybe there's something he can do to right the ship. The boy does have a bit of a silver tongue. And where's the milotto brother and the uglier sister they keep out of the spotlight in all this??? They need some equal airtime don't they?

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    Trump is killing the Republican Party

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    President Trump at the U.S. Women's Open golf tournament at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., on Friday. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)I did not leave the Republican Party. The Republican Party left its senses. The political movement that once stood athwart history resisting bloated government and military adventurism has been reduced to an amalgam of talk-radio resentments. President Trump’s Republicans have devolved into a party without a cause, dominated by a leader hopelessly ill-informed about the basics of conservatism, U.S. history and the Constitution.
    America’s first Republican president reportedly said , “Nearly all men can stand adversity. But if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” The current Republican president and the party he controls were granted monopoly power over Washington in November and already find themselves spectacularly failing Abraham Lincoln’s character exam.
    It would take far more than a single column to detail Trump’s failures in the months following his bleak inaugural address. But the Republican leaders who have subjugated themselves to the White House’s corrupting influence fell short of Lincoln’s standard long before their favorite reality-TV star brought his gaudy circus act to Washington.
    When I left Congress in 2001, I praised my party’s successful efforts to balance the budget for the first time in a generation and keep many of the promises that led to our takeover in 1994. I concluded my last speech on the House floor by foolishly predicting that Republicans would balance budgets and champion a restrained foreign policy for as long as they held power.
    I would be proved wrong immediately.
    As the new century began, Republicans gained control of the federal government. George W. Bush and the GOP Congress responded by turning a $155 billion surplus into a $1 trillion deficit and doubling the national debt, passing a $7 trillion unfunded entitlement program and promoting a foreign policy so utopian it would have made Woodrow Wilson blush. Voters made Nancy Pelosi speaker of the House in 2006 and Barack Obama president in 2008.
    After their well-deserved drubbing, Republicans swore that if voters ever entrusted them with running Washington again, they would prove themselves worthy. Trump’s party was given a second chance this year, but it has spent almost every day since then making the majority of Americans regret it.
    The GOP president questioned America’s constitutional system of checks and balances. Republican leaders said nothing. He echoed Stalin and Mao by calling the free press “the enemy of the people.” Republican leaders were silent. And as the commander in chief insulted allies while embracing autocratic thugs, Republicans who spent a decade supporting wars of choice remained quiet. Meanwhile, their budget-busting proposals demonstrate a fiscal recklessness very much in line with the Bush years.
    Last week’s Russia revelations show just how shamelessly Republican lawmakers will stand by a longtime Democrat who switched parties after the promotion of a racist theory about Barack Obama gave him standing in Lincoln’s once-proud party. Neither Lincoln, William Buckley nor Ronald Reagan would recognize this movement.
    It is a dying party that I can no longer defend.
    Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Jon Meacham has long predicted that the Republican and Democrats’ 150-year duopoly will end. The signs seem obvious enough. When my Republican Party took control of Congress in 1994, it was the first time the GOP had won the House in a generation. The two parties have been in a state of turmoil ever since.
    In 2004, Republican strategist Karl Rove anticipated a majority that would last a generation; two years later, Pelosi became the most liberal House speaker in history. Obama was swept into power by a supposedly unassailable Democratic coalition. In 2010, the tea party tide rolled in. Obama’s reelction returned the momentum to the Democrats, but Republicans won a historic state-level landslide in 2014. Then last fall, Trump demolished both the Republican and Democratic establishments.
    Political historians will one day view Donald Trump as a historical anomaly. But the wreckage visited of this man will break the Republican Party into pieces — and lead to the election of independent thinkers no longer tethered to the tired dogmas of the polarized past. When that day mercifully arrives, the two-party duopoly that has strangled American politics for almost two centuries will finally come to an end. And Washington just may begin to work again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigrunner View Post
    Nope I don't think they murdered anyone, but if they did the deplorable rats would argue it wasn't a crime, some rats would argue it's just a little thing!
    should be called a matter.....

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    Fact - 9% of republicans think trump colluded with russia, down from 18% a few months back, the conspiracy nuts have lost. By the way, republican opinions are the only ones that matter, since we all know democrats are mentally ill.

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    Donald Trump's campaign against Isis results in nearly as many civilian deaths as during Obama's entire administration

    As of 13 July, more than 2,200 civilians have been killed by the US in coalition air strikes







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    White Helmets digging through the rubble of a mosque in Aleppo province following a US airstrike AFP/Getty ImagesNearly as many Iraqi and Syrian civilians have died in US-led air strikes under Donald Trump as were killed during the whole administration of Barack Obama, independent analysts say.
    As of 13 July, more than 2,200 civilians had been killed by the US-led international coalition against Isis since Donald Trump entered the White house in January - compared with the estimated 2,300 civilians who died during similar strikes between 2014 and 2016.
    Roughly 80 civilians per month died in strikes under Mr Obama but this has now risen to approximately 360 per month under Mr Trump, according to research by the military tracking organisation Airwars.
    Part of the rise in these figures is due to the changing nature of the war against Isis, as the jihadist group became entrenched in the major cities of Mosul and Raqqa, coalition officials say, though they insist that every effort is made to avoid civilian casualties.
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    Despite this, there are indications that under President Trump protections for civilians on the battlefield have been lessened, the Daily Beast reported.
    The coalition's own civilian casualty figures are much lower than Airwars', but they too show an increase since January.
    Around 40 per cent of the 603 civilians the coalition has admitted killing during the campaign died during the first four months of Mr Trump’s administration.
    The new figures come after Mr Trump promised to “bomb the s*** out of Isis” on the campaign trail.
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    Following a new war plan unveiled by US Secretary of Defense General James Mattis in February, the US has focused its efforts on “annihilation tactics” and “shoving Isis out of safe locations in an attrition fight”.
    But during a meeting of the anti-Isis coalition in May, General Mattis insisted there had been “no changes to our continued extraordinary efforts to avoid innocent civilian casualties”.
    In one incident in Mosul in March, the US admitted it was responsible for the deaths of 101 men, women and children.
    Britain, France, Australia and Belgium have also taken part in the bombing campaign but the US is the only one to admit responsibility for any civilian deaths.



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    The gloves are off, Isis is being slaughtered on all fronts, simply amazing that some would find fault with that. Mattis said several weeks ago that we are moving from isolation tactics to annihilation , with the pure and simple goal of preventing them from surviving and returning to europe and elsewhere.

    A stunning contrast to the cowardice and weakness of Obama. It's as if our leaders are now guided by the hand of god!

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    usa beef being exported to china. first time in 13 years....

    winning again.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigrunner View Post
    He raped his first wife. He raped a 13 year old party girl. He sexually assaulted at least 12 other woman. Trump U. committed consumer fraud against 5,000 students.

    Violates the emoluments clause by accepting foreign government money and gifts. Nepotism. Washington D.C. Trump hotel! Many illegal conflicts of interest. Obstruction of justice when he fired Comey because of Russia.

    Jared Kusher perjured himself filling out his SF86. Mike Flynn perjured himself filling out his SF86. Jeff Sessions perjured himself. Mike Flynn and Paul Manofort failed to register as foreign agents. Those are the crimes we know. The tip of the iceberg. Bob Mueller knows much more and he will be following the money. Mueller will find multiple quid pro quo's. He will find money laundering, tax evasion, and lets have a look at Orangeman's tax returns. Patience Rats, patience!
    too many false allegations in this post.....more fake news

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfie View Post
    usa beef being exported to china. first time in 13 years....

    winning again.....


    https://www.ecowatch.com/whats-the-b...882067401.html

    Seems as always, not everyone is on board with your "winning"

    Trump sacrificing safety for profits. How much you like to wager Trump's chicken he eats isn't sent to China and back.

    And you prolly hope I don't bring up the 75k of layoffs eh?

    Losing one more time with this dope running the circus.

    Nice try though.

    What's the Beef with the U.S./China Chicken Deal?



    Although the news came out more than a year ago, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) controversial chicken arrangement with China is still ruffling feathers. As EcoWatch reported in March 2014, the USDA now allows chicken to be sent to China for processing before being shipped back to the states for human consumption. One reason this story is resurfacing is a recent Facebook post by Erin Brockovich, who is outraged that this export/import policy exists.

    Most Americans would probably agree with Brockovich that sending homegrown chicken on a 14,000-mile round trip is unnecessary and absurd, especially with China's appalling food safety standards. Even National Chicken Council spokesman Tom Super said that the arrangement "doesn't make much sense" economically.
    The big question then is why would the U.S. allow frozen chicken to be shipped to China from America, then have a Chinese company cook the chicken, refreeze it and send it back to the states?
    The answer, as it was later reported by Newsweek and other publications, is that the USDA's Chinese chicken arrangement is much more about the profitable meat product or beef, than it is about chicken.
    According to Vice, "The USDA’s move to bring Chinese plants into the American fold is just the first step in a politically motivated process to get the country to give the U.S. something in return. In 2003, when mad cow disease was discovered in cattle in Washington state, China enacted a ban on imported U.S. beef that continues to this day. With China’s meat consumption on the rise, it makes sense that U.S. beef producers would want to recapture that lucrative market. By starting to accept China’s processed chicken, the U.S. is apparently warming to the idea of soon accepting the country’s raw, unprocessed poultry—a move that might convince China to lift its beef ban."
    Brockovich's Facebook post has been causing quite a stir with more than 4,700 likes and 6,200 shares. In the post she calls out the dubious relationship between the respective countries' chicken and beef industries.
    Brockovich also added in the comment section: "We export rice to China ... farmed with California water ... so we get chicken? What is wrong with us?"
    But the good news is, we're not likely eating U.S. chicken by way of the Far East. Even though a similar process is already being used for U.S. seafood and outsourcing labor to China might be desirable for some stakeholders (China's chicken workers earn about $1 to 2 per hour), lobbyists and chicken industry proponents argue no U.S. company will ever ship chicken to China for processing because it wouldn’t work economically.
    Newsweek also reported that the country’s four major chicken companies (Tyson, Pilgrim’s Pride, Sanderson Farms and Perdue Farms) have not yet put any money into this export/import plan, nor have the National Chicken Council or the U.S. Poultry and Egg Association.
    Tyson Foods even felt compelled to issue an official statement on the matter and respond directly to a concerned Twitter user.
    @jasonbebright2 All chicken we sell in U.S. is raised/processed here. Not importing chicken from China No 75K layoffs http://t.co/fioSe0Mcod
    — Tyson Foods (@TysonFoods) July 12, 2015

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    Good thing everyone doesn't take Trumptards words for granted.

    #FAKENEWS

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    See we have another wack demotard in Seattle.

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    Somali immigrant cop kills unarmed white woman in Minnesota.

    Man, Minnesota really went to shit, didn't it? Practically begged for middle eastern refugees. Another valuable life lost thanks to liberals.

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    Somali cop didn't have his body cam on when he gunned this beautiful woman down.

    But she's not a black man with a mile long criminal history, so the liberal left won't give two fucks.

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    WINNING!


    Health Care Overhaul Collapses as Two Republican Senators Defect


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    Two Republican senators, Jerry Moran of Kansas, left, and Mike Lee of Utah, said they would not support the new health bill. CreditZach Gibson/Getty Images; Michael Reynolds/European Pressphoto AgencyWASHINGTON — Two more Republican senators declared on Monday night that they would oppose the Senate Republican bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act, killing, for now, a seven-year-old promise to overturn President Barack Obama’s signature domestic achievement.
    The announcement by the senators, Mike Lee of Utah and Jerry Moran of Kansas, left their leaders at least two votes short of the number needed to begin debate on their bill to dismantle the health law. Two other Republican senators, Rand Paul of Kentucky and Susan Collins of Maine, had already said they would not support a procedural step to begin debate.
    With four solid votes against the bill, Republican leaders now have two options.
    They can try to rewrite it in a way that can secure 50 Republican votes, a seeming impossibility since the defecting senators are not suggesting small changes to the existing bill but a fresh start. Or they can work with Democrats on a narrower measure to fix the flaws in the Affordable Care Act that both parties acknowledge.
    Senator Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader, conceded Monday night that “the effort to repeal and immediately replace the failure of Obamacare will not be successful.” He outlined plans to vote now on a measure to repeal the Affordable Care Act, with it taking effect later. That has almost no chance to pass, however, since it could leave millions without insurance and leave insurance markets in turmoil.
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    But President Trump was not ready to give up. He immediately took to Twitter to say: “Republicans should just REPEAL failing ObamaCare now & work on a new Healthcare Plan that will start from a clean slate. Dems will join in!”
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    In announcing his opposition to the bill, Mr. Moran said it “fails to repeal the Affordable Care Act or address health care’s rising costs.”
    “There are serious problems with Obamacare, and my goal remains what it has been for a long time: to repeal and replace it,” he said in a statement.
    In his own statement, Mr. Lee said of the bill, “In addition to not repealing all of the Obamacare taxes, it doesn’t go far enough in lowering premiums for middle-class families; nor does it create enough free space from the most costly Obamacare regulations.”
    By defecting together, Mr. Moran and Mr. Lee ensured that no one senator would be the definitive “no” vote.
    House Republicans, after their own fits and starts, passed a bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act in May, a difficult vote that was supposed to set the stage for quick Senate action. But with conservative and moderate Republicans so far apart in the Senate, the gulf proved impossible to bridge. Conservatives wanted the Affordable Care Act eradicated, but moderates worried intensely about the effects that would have on their most vulnerable citizens.
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    The Senate Democratic leader, Chuck Schumer of New York, responded to the announcement on Monday by urging his Republican colleagues to begin anew and, this time, undertake a bipartisan effort.
    “This second failure of Trumpcare is proof positive that the core of this bill is unworkable,” Mr. Schumer said. “Rather than repeating the same failed, partisan process yet again, Republicans should start from scratch and work with Democrats on a bill that lowers premiums, provides long-term stability to the markets and improves our health care system.”
    Roughly 20 million people have gained coverage through the Affordable Care Act. Repealing the law was a top priority for Mr. Trump and Republicans in Congress, who say it has driven up premiums and forced consumers to buy insurance they do not want and cannot afford.
    The opposition from Mr. Paul and Ms. Collins to the latest version of the Senate bill was expected, so Mr. McConnell had no margin for error as he unveiled it. But he managed to survive through the weekend and until Monday night without losing another of his members — though some expressed misgivings or, at the very least, uncertainty.
    Mr. McConnell had wanted to hold a vote this week, but he was forced to abandon that plan after Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona, had surgery last week to remove a blood clot from above his left eye. That unexpected setback gave the forces that opposed the bill more time to pressure undecided senators.
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    Already, Mr. McConnell was trying to sell legislation that was being assailed from many directions. On Friday, the health insurance lobby, which had been largely silent during the fight, came off the sidelines to blast as “unworkable” a key provision allowing the sale of low-cost, stripped-down health plans, saying it would increase premiums and undermine protections for people with pre-existing medical conditions.
    Mr. McConnell has now failed twice in recent weeks to roll out a repeal bill and keep his conference together for it. He first wanted to hold a vote in late June, only to reverse course after running into opposition.
    House Republicans in competitive districts who supported their version of the bill will now have to explain themselves — and Democrats are eager to pounce.
    “Make no mistake, Paul Ryan can’t turn back time and undo the damaging vote he imposed on his conference,” said Meredith Kelly, a spokeswoman for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. “House Republicans all own a bill that would strip health care from 23 million Americans and raise costs for millions more, and it will haunt them in 2018.”
    Mr. Lee, one of the most conservative members of the Senate, was part of a group of four conservative senators who came out against the initial version of Mr. McConnell’s bill after it was unveiled last month. He then championed the proposal to allow insurers to offer cheap, bare-bones plans, which was pushed by another of those opponents, Senator Ted Cruz of Texas. But the language ultimately added was not quite what Mr. Lee had been advocating, a spokesman said last week. .
    873COMMENTSMr. Moran, a reliable Republican vote and a past chairman of the Senate Republicans’ campaign arm, had announced his opposition to the bill as drafted after Mr. McConnell scrapped plans to hold a vote in late June. He expressed concerns about how it would affect Kansas, including whether it would limit access to health care in rural communities and effectively penalize states, like his, that did not expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.
    The pressure on Mr. Moran at home showed no sign of relenting. The Kansas Hospital Association said last week that the revised Senate bill “comes up short, particularly for our most vulnerable patients.”


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    LOL!


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    Obama knows as much about economics as Brock Landers knows about nutrition.

    Why do you think the stock market has been surging up since election night, Bushay? Do you have any investments? Are you really not happy about the financial confidence of the United States since election night? Or let me guess... the market surged the day after the election because they were still giddy about Obama? Even a moronic investor knows market moves are forward projecting.

    Sorry to bring the market up in your little thread, Bushay. I bought 500 shares of NFLX in 2012 and tonight's a good night for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JavyBaez9 View Post
    Obama knows as much about economics as Brock Landers knows about nutrition.

    Why do you think the stock market has been surging up since election night, Bushay? Do you have any investments? Are you really not happy about the financial confidence of the United States since election night? Or let me guess... the market surged the day after the election because they were still giddy about Obama? Even a moronic investor knows market moves are forward projecting.
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    Sorry to bring the market up in your little thread, Bushay. I bought 500 shares of NFLX in 2012 and tonight's a good night for me.
    Not a big thing at all but, just out of curiosity, can you prove that? I mean, can you post something, that proves beyond a shadow of a doubt, what you just typed is not a lie? Something with your actual name attached to it?

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    To add, at the very very least.....youre past posting. And in 2012 you had no idea Trump would be president. Just 2 factors in this statement that are in fact true. Now I'm curious if you can prove the guts of the remark is in fact true and proveable. I realize you'd need to show your real name, but isn't that been posted already before in this forum a few times anyways?

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    So 500 shares of NFLX stock....in 2012....with your name attached to it.

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    Prior to DJT, the republicans sent 8 bills to the wigger with the request to repeal and replace ocare. He denied them each time. Now, the asshole Republicans run the place by majority and they wont give DJT the same by not sending any bill, much less, the same bill(s). Fuck the Republicans who said they would do so if they held serve, like they do now.

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    Trump said today that his health care bill getting where it did was "impressive by any measure". I guess Phil Jackson could say his time with the Knicks was "an extreme success any way you look at it" using trumps grading curve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heisenberg View Post
    Trump said today that his health care bill getting where it did was "impressive by any measure". I guess Phil Jackson could say his time with the Knicks was "an extreme success any way you look at it" using trumps grading curve.
    Haha good comparison. At least BigRunner can't accuse the R's of partisan voting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushay View Post
    So 500 shares of NFLX stock....in 2012....with your name attached to it.
    I'm going to refer you to my previous question.

    You're a middle aged or higher man aren't you? The market is doing great, so it seems like anyone with any significant investments whatsoever would be very happy about that. And yet you can give no credit to Trump and hate him immensely. Are you living paycheck to paycheck? Let me know what I'll get out of it from showing a picture to prove that.

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    Playing Rump vs. Trump never gets old.


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