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  • Sep 13, 2019 06:44 PM
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    that guy in AZ Wrote:

    Jared:

    The last time I checked, there were about 150 books that were written about Trump - and the vast majority of them are not positive. I've probably read about a dozen, but usually avoid them because I can only handle so much insanity.

    Speaking of insanity - there are actually people who have gotten tattoos of Trump plastered on their bodies. Here is one sample:

    If you want to see more, click on the link below:

    https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=trump+tatoos&qs=n&form=QBILPG&sp=-1&pq=trump+tatoos&sc=8-12&sk=&cvid=23F025D3832F4B5CA0ED26F6AF781D3F

    TGIAZ,

    Why on earth would anyone

    a) Want to tattoo themselves with that asshat’s likeness

    b) Look at anyone who did tattoo themselves with that asshat’s likeness

    Simply proves Bird’s Theorem: “We The People” are stupid.

    Btw, somebody should have told the artist that the Velveeta Vulgarian generally seems to wear red ties.

  • Sep 02, 2019 09:06 PM
    Last: 14hr
    149

    Is The Velveeta Vulgarian (props to TheFerret over at Democratic Underground) to blame? Of course he is. These are his actions, orders, suggestions and visions. Is he solely to blame? Not by a long shot. The frigging, lazy, bright shiny object electorate is to blame.

    Yes, I know...Russian interference, Hillary ran a lousy campaign, Comey, blah, blah, blah.

    40% of the electorate couldn’t be bothered to show up. Half of those that did were too phucquing lazy or racist or just blame too stupid to do the work that citizenship requires.a minimal amount of research would have shown how ridiculous the social disease known as Donald trump was.

    But, no, too busy with fake reality TV and D-list stars doing something stupid that had to be tweeted about.

    I give the country 50 years, max.

  • Aug 04, 2019 11:08 AM
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    that guy in AZ Wrote:

    The History Channel mentioned today that George Washington became a Mason on this day in 1753.

    Freemasonry has continued to be important in U.S. politics, and at least 15 presidents, five Supreme Court chief justices, and numerous members of Congress have been Masons. Presidents known to be Masons include Washington, James Monroe, Andrew Jackson, James Polk, James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, James Garfield, William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Warren Harding, Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Lyndon Johnson, and Gerald Ford. Today there are an estimated two million Masons in the United States, but the exact membership figure is one of the society’s many secrets.

    The Masons of the 18th century adhered to liberal democratic principles that included religious toleration *, loyalty to local government, and the importance of charity. From its inception, Freemasonry encountered considerable opposition from organized religion, especially from the Roman Catholic Church.

    As the article below mentions, that our numerous Masonic symbols in our society, including (but not limited) to the one dollar bill.)

    *precisely the opposite of Christian nationalism

    https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/washington-becomes-master-mason

    Well, I am a former DeMolay, youth group for boys named after the last Grand Master of the Knights Templar, and am a Master Mason. What is intriguing is that there are two topics that are not to be discussed in Lodge meeting: religion and politics. All Masons are required to believe in a Supreme Being. There are Jewish Masons and Muslim Masons.

    There has also been much conspiracy theorizing regarding Masons. They do not control the world nor do they control the levers of policy in this country. Iirc, membership has been dropping as it is, imo, not an organization many millennials would interested in joining.

  • Aug 03, 2019 05:31 PM
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    Words have impact. Trump doesn’t give a shit what the impact of his words are other than re-election. While he didn’t pull the trigger Trump is most definitely responsible.
  • Jan 16, 2018 08:52 AM
    Last: 2mo
    52k

    If, as Trump claims, the border is clean, efficient and well run then WTF do we need a wall for?

    This is about keeping brown people out, period. Trump has no interest in border security or immigration.

  • Jul 02, 2019 07:25 PM
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    454
    Thank God Trump doesn’t have a dog. He would likely abuse one.
  • Jul 23, 2019 10:38 AM
    Last: 2mo
    92

    Look for Northern Ireland to leave the UK or for a restart of “the Troubles”. Look for Scotland to leave the UK.

    Boris the Spider will preside over the destruction of the UK.

  • Jul 19, 2019 09:28 AM
    Last: 2mo
    149
    Dutch Wrote: Lonely, I've said a million times to get rid of the "electoral college"; just let votes count. Trump is an champion mobster who also influenced the "college" via bribes as he always does. Furthermore our election system is about the worst in the world; all the States have no uniform equipment or forms,which is asking for corruption. I use the "mail in ballot" but never get any confirmation if it has been counted. Especially in FL they tinker with it as has been proven many times. The other thing is "money"; no PAC "donations" no "fund raising" ; only "qualification" for the job should count. (Thus not based on stupid "rally's etc.) But yeah this country has never learned from their mistakes and rather stick with the old " corrupt" system of 1800. So who ever gets elected was never done based on qualification, but only on basis of who is the smartest in corrupting the system. "Money" never should be the the "driver" of any election. Amen

    Dutch, I can’t remember the name of the book I was reading but the author talked about the election of 2016. He states that neither candidate got a majority of elegible voters. He called the people who didn’t vote “unserious” which I would apply to the bulk of the electorate.

    Regarding PACs and spending, at one time the candidates were picked by the parties during and probably before the conventions. The advent of primaries has created a monster of unintended consequences. The American electorate is pathetic and gullible.

  • Mar 19, 2019 11:56 AM
    Last: 2mo
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    Diamond and Silk, two pieces of flotsam and jetsam hanging around past their shelf life.
  • Jul 20, 2019 12:58 PM
    Last: 2mo
    53
    Schmidt Wrote:

    These are excepts from Trump's Cabinet meeting. Lots of people spoke, but I have extracted the contributions by Ben Carson.

    https://factba.se/transcript/donald-trump-remarks-cabinet-meeting-july-16-2019

    Trump: If you want to leave, that's your option. You can leave anytime you want, okay? Please, Ben.

    Carson: Thank you, Mr. President. And just before I talk a little bit about what's going on at HUD, I just want to thank you for your incredible courage ---- and stamina and resilience with unwithering criticism, unfair criticism, all the time. And I would just, sort of, sum it up by saying: Would you rather have a non-politician whose speech is unfiltered, who gets a lot of stuff done? Or somebody with a silver tongue who gets nothing done?

    Trump: But I thought I had a silver tongue. [Laughter] I heard that so often. I always thought I had a silver tongue. [Laughter] But I agree with you.

    Carson: But, you know, as I told you before, I think God is using you.

    Trump: Thank you very much.

    Carson: I really appreciate that.

    Trump: And you have said that, and I appreciate it. Thank you, Ben.

    And blah, blah, blah...

    Ben Carson is a survivor in Trump's Cabinet when so many others have been shown the door. This conversation highlights why Carson is here to stay...

    He is almost as big an incompetent hack as Trump. And since he cringes and fawns so well Trump has kept him around.