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  1. #7316

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    It certainly is a barometer for working class America on the success of tax reform and immigration. The GOP pushed that very hard in PA.

    I think the issues were far more important than Trump. His act has worn pretty thin, most midterm candidates would prefer he go be "popular" someplace other than their campaign. At very least they worry he'll drive up Democratic voter turnout.

  2. #7317

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    What a simply wonderful idea. What in the world could ever go wrong?

    Oh crap. Looks like this and nothings even been approved.



    Seaside High teacher accidentally fires gun in class, students injured

    SEASIDE, Calif. —A teacher who also serves as a reserve police officer accidentally fired a gun inside a Seaside High School classroom Tuesday, police said, and three students were injured.
    Dennis Alexander was teaching a course about gun safety for his Administration of Justice class when his gun went off at 1:20 p.m.

    Alexander was pointing his gun at the ceiling when it fired. Pieces of the ceiling fell to the ground.

    A news release from the Seaside Police Department said no one suffered "serious injuries." One 17-year-old boy suffered moderate injuries when fragments from the bullet ricocheted off the ceiling and lodged into his neck, the student's father, Fermin Gonzales, told KSBW.
    The teacher had just told the class that he wanted to make sure his gun wasn't loaded, when the gun fired, according to Gonzales.
    "It's the craziest thing. It could have been very bad," Gonzales said.
    The teacher was about to use the gun for a demonstration about how to disarm someone, according to Gonzales.
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    Bullet fragments removed from student’s neck

    Everyone in the classroom was stunned, and the teacher, who is a reserve officer for the Sand City Police Department, apologized.
    But no one at the school checked to make sure that all of the students were uninjured, Gonzales said. The school day resumed as normal, and Seaside Police Department officers launched an investigation.
    The 17-year-old boy's parents were shocked when he returned home with blood on his shirt and bullet fragments in his neck. The student's parents rushed him to a hospital for X-rays.
    "He's shaken up, but he's going to be OK," Gonzales told KSBW. "I'm just pretty upset that no one told us anything and we had to call the police ourselves to report it."
    Alexander was placed on administrative leave from his teaching position at Seaside High School, and he was also placed on administrative leave at the Sand City Police Department.
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    Seaside High School

    Sand City Police Chief Brian Ferrante told KSBW, "I have concerns about why he was displaying a loaded firearm in a classroom. We will be looking into that."

    Ferrante said Alexander has been a reserve Sand City police officer for the past 11 years, and described his track record as "positive and professional." The 2013 Reserve Officer of the Year is also a Seaside City Council member and Red Cross volunteer. KSBW interviewed Alexander in 2015 while he was volunteering for the Red Cross to help victims of the Tassajara Fire.
    Teachers are not legally allowed to have firearms in California classrooms, even if they have a concealed carry permit.

    Whether to arm teachers with guns on campus to make American schools safer has been a fiery question politically over the past few weeks, following a mass shooting at a Florida high school.
    Thousands of students are planning to walk out of their classrooms Wednesday to raise awareness about gun violence and school safety.
    One KSBW Facebook fan remarked about the Seaside incident, "This is clear example why teachers shouldn't have a gun. Accidents happen, even to people with experience."

    Another Facebook fan quipped, "Oh great.. .Ya let’s give ALL the teachers guns. What could possibly go wrong?"
    Students who take Alexander's Administration of Justice class are interested in public safety and becoming a police officer.
    "I think a lot of questions on parents' minds are, why a teacher would be pointing a loaded firearm at the ceiling in front of students," Monterey Peninsula Unified School District Superintendent PK Diffenbaugh said. "Clearly in this incident protocols were not followed."
    The Superintendent's Office sent a letter to parents reading: "We want to make you aware of an accident that occurred in the Administration of Justice class today at Seaside High School. As some of you may know, the teacher is a reserve police officer. Today, during class, the teacher accidentally discharged his firearm during a lesson while it was pointed at the ceiling. Debris from the ceiling then fell. Upon learning of the incident, our Human Resources department, school site administration and the Seaside Police Department immediately began investigating the incident, including interviewing students in the class. We will also have counseling services available for students. Due to the nature of this personnel incident, we are unable to share any other details. The teacher has been placed on administrative leave for the duration of the on-going investigation. The safety of your student is always our top priority, and we will continue to remain vigilant in our efforts to keep them safe while they are under our care."




  3. #7318

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    Lol an incompetent cop proves Trump wrong somehow?

    Bushay is a proven white supremacist nazi.

  4. #7319

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    And you're a petulant 11 year old trapped in a 30 year old man's body.

  5. #7320

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    Paul Manafort faces 305 years

    Washington (CNN)Paul Manafort could face the rest of his life -- and almost 300 years or more -- in prison, a federal judge said Tuesday.

    "Given the nature of the charges against the defendant and the apparent weight of the evidence against him, defendant faces the very real possibility of spending the rest of his life in prison," federal judge T.S. Ellis III of the US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia wrote Tuesday.


    An updated map of the feuds and frustrations splitting the Trump White House


    Ellis last week placed Manafort under home incarceration while wearing a GPS monitor and set a $10 million unsecured bail.
    Manafort, 68, has been under similar home arrest and bail conditions for a separate case in Washington, DC, federal court that was filed in late October.


    Taken together, the former Trump campaign chairman faces strict restrictions and heavy potential consequences as he awaits his two jury trials this year. If Manafort were to choose to avoid trial and change his plea to guilty, like his co-defendant Rick Gates has already done, he could be forced by special counsel Robert Mueller's prosecutors to share details he knows about Trump campaign officials' contact with Russians and other foreign nationals.
    Manafort for decades had conducted business built upon his relationships with Russian-sympathetic Ukrainians and other powerful European former politicians, and had been in contact with them while leading the Trump campaign.
    He has pleaded not guilty to all charges against him.
    Ellis said Manafort has the financial resources and international connections to help himself flee before his trial and stay at large, "as well as every incentive to do so."


    Nunberg caps off strange week with appearance before Mueller grand jury


    Manafort is currently wearing two GPS monitors -- one from the federal court in Virginia and one from the federal court in DC.
    305 years

    Manafort faces a maximum of 305 years in prison if found guilty on all charges in Virginia.
    On tax charges he faces in Virginia alone, his likely sentence would be eight years, prosecutors said in a previous court filing. He also faces nine charges of bank fraud and bank fraud conspiracy, which each carry a maximum 30 years in prison, for 270 years maximum.
    In the DC case, Manafort faces a likely sentence of 15 years to 20 years in prison if convicted there on five total conspiracy charges and foreign lobbying violations.
    The allegations in his criminal indictments, brought by Mueller's office this fall and winter, describe a scheme of shell companies and offshore bank accounts Manafort used to hide his earnings from lobbying for Ukrainian politicians. He then allegedly used those earnings to obtain mortgages and buy home renovations and luxury goods.


    Manafort trial set to begin July 10


    Manafort currently has to inform both the courts in DC and in Virginia if he'd like to leave his house for any reason except for medical emergencies, religious services and to meet with his lawyers or appear in courts.
    The Virginia judge's order Tuesday specified he should not drink excessively or use drugs that aren't prescribed to him, and that he's effectively on a "24-hour-a-day lock-down." Manafort has already forfeited his passports to federal authorities and can't apply for new travel documents.
    "He is quite manifestly a risk of flight. He has substantial personal assets and faces a substantial period of incarceration if he is convicted," Ellis said in court last week, before issuing today's order.
    Manafort is set to go to trial in Virginia on July 10, and in Washington on September 17.

  6. #7321

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    I can’t believe Bushay called a female Hispanic war veteran a “tranny”

    Hopefully CNN doxxes him and the Southern Poverty Law Center labels Bushay’s property as a breeding ground for a domestic terrorist organization, as well as anyone who funds the terrorist organization by buying fire sticks from him.

  7. #7322

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    Adam Schiff
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    BREAKING: GOP just shut down House Intel investigation, leaving questions unanswered, leads unexplored, countless witnesses uncalled, subpoenas unissued.

    If Russians have leverage over the President, GOP has decided that it would rather not know. The minority's work continues:
    7:08 PM - Mar 12, 2018

  8. #7323

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    McCain: Trump’s CIA pick was involved in ‘one of the darkest chapters in American history’













    Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) on Tuesday condemned President Trump’s decision to nominate Gina Haspel to become the director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), saying she was involved in “one of darkest chapters in American history.”
    While he expressed confidence in current CIA Director Mike Pompeo’s ability to serve as secretary of State, an appointment Trump announced earlier Tuesday, McCain said in a statement that Haspel needs to explain her stance on torture.
    “The torture of detainees in U.S. custody during the last decade was one of the darkest chapters in American history,” McCain said. “Ms. Haspel needs to explain the nature and extent of her involvement in the CIA’s interrogation program during the confirmation process.”
    Following the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, the Bush administration “squandered precious moral authority” to get intelligence, McCain said.
    Haspel joined the CIA in 1985 and faced scrutiny for her role surrounding waterboarding and other interrogation techniques used on detainees at a secret CIA prison in Thailand in 2002.
    The American Civil Liberties Union said Haspel was “up to her eyeballs in torture, both in running a secret torture prison in Thailand and carrying out an order to cover up torture crimes by destroying videotapes.”
    Progressive foreign policy groups are fighting back against her nomination, saying her direct role in the torture program should “disqualify her” from the position.
    Pompeo committed himself to enforcing federal law on interrogation techniques during his confirmation hearing last year to become CIA director.
    “Any nominee for director of the CIA must pledge without reservation to uphold this prohibition, which has helped us regain our position of leadership in the struggle for universal human rights,” McCain said Tuesday.
    McCain, who was tortured as a prisoner during in the Vietnam War, has sharply criticized Trump’s support of controversial interrogation policies like waterboarding.
    “I know from personal experience that the abuse of prisoners will produce more bad than good,” McCain said in 2014.
    Haspel was nominated to the top CIA position Tuesday after Trump announced on Twitter that he was ousting Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and tapping Pompeo to take his post. If confirmed, Haspel will be the first woman to hold the position.






  9. #7324

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    Bushay why did you call a Hispanic female war veteran a tranny?

  10. #7325

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    Poor john mccain, babbling nonsense , right now she's a deputy director at the CIA. been there for many years, now he's upset.

  11. #7326

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    Fox news sued again.

    Family of slain DNC staffer sues Fox News over retracted story


    The family of Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich, who was killed in 2016, has filed a lawsuit against Fox News, an investigative reporter and one of the network's frequent guests over a story about Rich and allegations that he was involved in a conspiracy, according to the lawsuit.
    Rich was shot and killed in Washington, D.C., in July 2016. Police said he was shot several times in the back and later died at a local hospital. Rich was 27 years old and worked as a voter-expansion data director for the DNC at the time.
    The May 16, 2017, Fox News article, which allegedly contained "false and fabricated facts," according to the lawsuit, fueled conspiracy theories that Rich was murdered in connection with a massive WikiLeaks data dump of 20,000 DNC emails days after his death.
    In the suit, which was obtained by ABC News, Rich's parents, Joel and Mary Rich, claim that Fox News investigative reporter Malia Zimmerman and Fox News commenter Ed Butowsky reached out to the family under false pretenses to support stories that Seth Rich leaked DNC emails to WikiLeaks.
    The lawsuit claims that Fox News, Zimmerman and Butowsky are liable for the harm caused by the report because they "aided and abetted the intentional infliction of emotional distress" caused by the story about Seth Rich and alleges that Fox News provided with a national platform to develop what the lawsuit dubs a "sham story."
    The Rich family claims that the “defendants’ conduct was extreme and outrageous” in what they allege was a deliberate effort to portray Seth Rich as a “criminal and traitor to the United States.”
    “No parent should ever have to live through what we have been forced to endure. The pain and anguish that comes from seeing your murdered son’s life and legacy treated as a mere political football is beyond comprehension” Joel and Mary Rich said in a joint statement.
    Leonard A. Gail of Massey & Gail LLP, a lawyer representing the Riches, said: “Joel and Mary Rich have brought this case to hold Fox News, Fox reporter Zimmerman, and political operative and Fox News contributor Butowsky, accountable for their reprehensible actions. Whether motivated by party politics, ratings, corporate profit, or personal gain, we hope to help prevent this kind of malicious and reckless behavior in the future so that others can be spared the hell the Riches have had to endure."
    Butowsky called the lawsuit "one of the dumbest" he'd ever seen in an interview with ABC News. “Mr. and Mrs. Rich should come forward and be honest with people,” he said, adding that he's reached out to them repeatedly to tell what he claims to be the truth.
    “Nobody’s benefited from anything," he added. "To file a lawsuit to say that anybody has benefited just smells weird.”
    Fox News told ABC News it had not seen the complaint yet and therefore would not comment.
    ABC News has reached out to Zimmerman, but did not immediately hear back.
    FBI is not involved in Seth Rich case despite 'conspiracy theories,' officials say
    White House reviewed Fox News story about Seth Rich before publication, lawsuit alleges
    Killed DNC staffer 'wanted to make a difference,' family says

















  12. #7327

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    The last two times this district 18 was up for grabs it was acclaimed, Dems didn't contest.

    This is an eye opener.

  13. #7328

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushay View Post
    Adam Schiff
    @RepAdamSchiff



    BREAKING: GOP just shut down House Intel investigation, leaving questions unanswered, leads unexplored, countless witnesses uncalled, subpoenas unissued.

    If Russians have leverage over the President, GOP has decided that it would rather not know. The minority's work continues:
    7:08 PM - Mar 12, 2018
    Yes aint this the truth. The Republicons are more concerned about protecting a Russian Agent President than the ballot boxes and America's democracy.

  14. #7329

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    This shit is to easy.



    ICE Spokesman Resigns, Saying He Could No Longer Spread Falsehoods for Trump Administration


    A spokesman for United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement has resigned, saying that he could no longer “bear the burden” of spreading falsehoods on behalf of the Trump administration.
    The spokesman, James Schwab, who had worked for the agency’s San Francisco Division, told news outlets Monday that his decision was prompted by false statements made by the agency on Feb. 27 and repeated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions last week.
    The statements criticized the mayor of Oakland, Libby Schaaf, for her decision last month to warn city residents that a raid by federal immigration agents targeting roughly 1,000 people was imminent. The agency’s deputy director, Thomas D. Homan, said that Ms. Schaaf’s warning had helped “864 criminal aliens and public safety threats” to evade capture in the raid.
    Mr. Sessions, in a visit to California last week, condemned Ms. Schaaf, a Democrat, and echoed the agency, asserting that her actions had allowed hundreds to escape.
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    Mr. Schwab said in interviews, first with The San Francisco Chronicleand then with CNN, that he had been frustrated by the remarks, and had quit “because I didn’t want to perpetuate misleading facts.”
    “I asked them to change the information,” he told The Chronicle, referring to the 864 people to whom the statement alluded. “I told them that the information was wrong, they asked me to deflect, and I didn’t agree with that. Then I took some time and I quit.”
    He explained that the enforcement agency would have been unlikely to capture all of the roughly 1,000 undocumented immigrants in the area that it had targeted, and that it was incorrect to identify those who were not detained as threats to public safety.
    “We were never going to pick up that many people,” he said. “To say that 100 percent are dangerous criminals on the street, or that those people weren’t picked up because of the misguided actions of the mayor, is just wrong.”
    Mr. Schwab did not immediately respond to requests for comment on Tuesday. He resigned last week, according to CNN.
    “I just couldn’t bear the burden — continuing on as a representative of the agency and charged with upholding integrity, knowing that information was false,” he told CNN, adding that in his 16 years of experience in government he had never been asked to deflect when he knew something was inaccurate.
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    In a statement, Ms. Schaaf, whom President Trump criticized last week for alerting residents to the raid, praised Mr. Schwab “for speaking the truth while under intense pressure to lie.”
    “Our democracy depends on public servants who act with integrity and hold transparency in the highest regard,” she added.
    An official at the Department of Homeland Security, which includes ICE, briefed on the plans for the raid said last month that agents find only about 30 percent of their targets on average during large sweeps.
    Mr. Schwab told CNN that he thought Ms. Schaaf’s actions were “misguided,” but that blaming her “for 800 dangerous people out there is just false.”
    ICE responded to Mr. Schwab’s comments in a statement, saying, “Even one criminal alien on the street can put public safety at risk.”
    “As Director Homan stated, while we can’t put a number on how many targets avoided arrest due to the mayor’s warning, it clearly had an impact,” the statement said. “While we disagree with Mr. Schwab on this issue, we appreciate his service and wish him well.”
    “If anyone wants to have a public argument over precisely how many dangerous criminal aliens eluded arrest because of the mayor’s irresponsible actions, we are happy to have that debate,” Sarah Isgur Flores, a spokeswoman for the Justice Department, said in a statement.
    In a 2016 interview, Mr. Schwab told The Marion Press, his hometown paper in Michigan, that he joined the Army after high school and was deployed to Korea for four years. His service lasted until 2005, according to his LinkedIn page, and he later joined the Department of Defense, where he became a public affairs specialist in 2011. He also worked at NASA for several years before joining ICE.


  15. #7330

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    lol.

    These are all news stories from today! lol. One day.


    A White House aide fired for “serious financial crimes” got a job on Trump’s campaign the next day


    Nothing to see here.

    By Dylan Scott@dylanlscottdylan.scott@vox.com Mar 13, 2018, 2:50pm EDT





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    White House aide John McEntee. Chip Somodevilla/Getty ImagesJust as President Trump was razing the State Department to the ground, another scandal was unfolding: Presidential aide John McEntee was escorted from the White House over security issues and was revealed to be the subject of a federal investigation. In the same 24 hours, he promptly received a new position in Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign.
    McEntee had been with Trump since the early days of his presidential campaign and served in the White House as a sort of body man. According to the Wall Street Journal, who first reported his departure, the aide “made sure Mr. Trump had markers to sign autographs, delivered messages to him in the White House residence and, over the weekend, ensured that the clocks in the White House residence were adjusted for daylight-saving time.”
    He was physically escorted from the White House grounds on Monday without being allowed to collect his belongings, WSJ reported on Tuesday. Neither the Journal nor the New York Times could specify what exactly the security issue was that led to McEntee’s departure. The Times noted that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly has been frustrated by the number of White House staffers who were working with interim security clearances and was working to resolve the issue.
    “We don’t comment on personnel issues,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters.
    However, CNN later reported that McEntee was, uh, facing a federal investigation over unspecified “serious financial crimes.” The inquiry is not believed to have anything to do with Trump. The alleged crimes have not yet been revealed.


    Jake Tapper
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    Trump's personal aide Johnny McEntee was fired because he is currently under investigation by the Department of Homeland Security for serious financial crimes, a source familiar with his firing tells CNN’s @kaitlancollins.
    10:58 AM - Mar 13, 2018


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    But no matter. On Tuesday morning, Trump’s 2020 campaign announced that McEntee would join the team as a senior adviser for campaign operations. Whatever issues drove him from the White House were apparently not enough to keep him entirely off Trump’s payroll.
    McEntee’s departure is yet another loss of a longtime and close assistant for Trump in a very short period: Press aide Hope Hicks recently resigned; staff secretary Rob Porter was forced out after domestic abuse allegations surfaced; and Keith Schiller, Trump’s longtime security director, left the White House last fall.
    You’d be forgiven for not noticing. But it was another turbulent day in the Trump White House, in more ways than one.



  16. #7331

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    Spamming lefty propaganda and calling Hispanic female war veterans trannies.

    Bushay is an alt right nazi

  17. #7332

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    look like the dem won by about 600 votes. He had the union guys and the coal workers.

  18. #7333

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    "the dem"

    democrats had to run a fake dem to win

    a pro gun, pro life dem lol. Their whole agenda is baby murdering, no gun, open border... so their "DEM" is only 1/3rd of a DEM

  19. #7334

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    Quote Originally Posted by JavyBaez9 View Post
    "the dem"

    democrats had to run a fake dem to win

    a pro gun, pro life dem lol. Their whole agenda is baby murdering, no gun, open border... so their "DEM" is only 1/3rd of a DEM
    Connor Lamb loves America. Hates Trump! Hates Putin! Also an ex marine.

  20. #7335

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    Another loss for the trumpkins in a strong R district. 2018 going to be a bloodbath for the trumptards.

  21. #7336

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heisenberg View Post
    Another loss for the trumpkins in a strong R district. 2018 going to be a bloodbath for the trumptards.
    As long as the democrats run people who aren't democrats everywhere.

  22. #7337

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    Quote Originally Posted by JavyBaez9 View Post
    As long as the democrats run people who aren't democrats everywhere.
    No, as long as trump continues to be his dumb ass self

  23. #7338

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heisenberg View Post
    Another loss for the trumpkins in a strong R district. 2018 going to be a bloodbath for the trumptards.
    Perhaps, doesn't really matter, Trump should have everything fixed by this fall, Trump will still be reelected.

  24. #7339

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr merlin View Post
    Perhaps, doesn't really matter, Trump should have everything fixed by this fall, Trump will still be reelected.
    Trump's legacy is already secure... with reports Kennedy is retiring Trump can stack the deck conservative for the next 30 years.

  25. #7340

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    Quote Originally Posted by JavyBaez9 View Post
    Trump's legacy is already secure... with reports Kennedy is retiring Trump can stack the deck conservative for the next 30 years.
    His legacy is already secured as a total shit show

  26. #7341

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heisenberg View Post
    His legacy is already secured as a total shit show
    ya i wish hillary was making the rounds around the globe unable to walk a stair or two without collapsing

    I'm sure Russia, China, North Korea, etc. would all respect us BIGLY

  27. #7342

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    I wish we were capable of having a real conversation with lefties.

    Bushay called a hispanic war veteran woman a tranny. If he had a real job, he could get doxxed and fired and publicly humiliated. Bet he'd feel differently about lefty ideals then.

  28. #7343

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigrunner View Post
    Connor Lamb loves America. Hates Trump! Hates Putin! Also an ex marine.
    This Dem is also pro union, pro Obama care, pro ss and medicare, pro inclusion.

  29. #7344

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigrunner View Post
    This Dem is also pro union, pro Obama care, pro ss and medicare, pro inclusion.
    unions bankrupt every liberal city in the country


    chicago perfect example

    lazy people who earn 3 times what they're worth and hold their liberal cities hostage until they collapse and everyone worth having in your city flees

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    Quote Originally Posted by JavyBaez9 View Post
    ya i wish hillary was making the rounds around the globe unable to walk a stair or two without collapsing

    I'm sure Russia, China, North Korea, etc. would all respect us BIGLY
    how much taxpayer money is spend on Hillary's travels ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfie View Post
    how much taxpayer money is spend on Hillary's travels ?
    Some of her quotes yesterday on why she lost were amazing. Does she really believe that white women voted for trump because of peer pressure from their husbands and bosses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FairWarning View Post
    Some of her quotes yesterday on why she lost were amazing. Does she really believe that white women voted for trump because of peer pressure from their husbands and bosses?
    How many "bosses"(another antiquated term) in this day and age, would tell their female subordinates how to vote?

    Just imagine how f'd up we'd be if she was president? Thank god we have Trumps steady hand at the helm.

  33. #7348

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    Quote Originally Posted by FairWarning View Post
    Some of her quotes yesterday on why she lost were amazing. Does she really believe that white women voted for trump because of peer pressure from their husbands and bosses?
    If a large % of Trump supporters are in hiding from their peers because of peer pressure than why doesn't this make sense?

  34. #7349

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    GDP gonna come in no where near balancing the budget, another fight to keep the doors open, not one word on infrastructure, tax cuts not stimulating much, no set trade policy, housing starting to look unstable. Mid terms don't look good after yesterday.

    Time to get out for old Billy, send the money to an EMF or two. What a great opportunity it all looked like on paper. How can a stacked government with a huge deficit not prioritize infrastructure?

    It was a license to steal.

  35. #7350

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    Quote Originally Posted by billysink View Post
    If a large % of Trump supporters are in hiding from their peers because of peer pressure than why doesn't this make sense?

    Hiding from my coworkers or bosses that I voted for trump.
    Is the same as my wife getting "forced" to vote for trump?


    I enjoy watching "barely legal" porn. I hide it from my coworkers, peers...may be frowned upon.
    Therefore it makes sense that I force my wife to also watch it? because she doesn't have a choice.


    I've never voted, but do they publish it in the papers who each voter voted for in the presidency? Or simply can a woman choose to not vote or just vote for her she likes and then tell a little lie to her husband if she didn't vote for the orange drumpf turnip pig who he was apparently forcing her to vote for?

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