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westslope

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Posted: Jun 16, 2019 - 11:59am

hayduke2:  Off to the Gulag for you!  

Come to think of it, I do see a serious challenge for the Trump administration.  What to do with all those whiny liberal, left, progressive unpatriotic, anti-American Americans?  

Guantanamo Bay?   An off-shore oil well platform that is about to explode?   Salt caverns?  Solitary confinement with 24 hour per day re-runs of Oprah Winfrey?   Detention centres on the Mexican side of the border?    Five years of community service working 60 hour weeks at Walmart?  

Unpatriotic intellectual conservatives and self-styled libertarians deserve far worse.  
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Posted: Jun 16, 2019 - 10:51am

 westslope wrote:


 R_P wrote:
“If anyone but me takes over there will be a Market Crash the likes of which has not been seen before!”
Trump officially starts his 2020 campaign on Tuesday with a rally in Orlando, Florida, and appears to be road-testing some of the themes he’ll be touching on in the next 18 months, including stoking fear of a market meltdown.
 

Long after the Orange Man is gone, graduate students and their advisors will be dining out on the Trump administration for decades.   Business, economics, social psychology, political sociology, international relations, strategic studies and probably more.  Perhaps an ambitious Historian will look into what Trump was actually up to while presumably attending economics classes at Wharton.    (Sniffing glue?  Non-stop, promiscuous sex?  Comic-book reading?)   

He could be fondly remembered as the Make-work president in nerdy circles.    
 
I've heard from reliable sources young rumpie-dump laid on his back, with Roy Cohn humming show tunes and wet wiping his mushroom while being pee-pee spritzed by call girls, it's true  : )
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Posted: Jun 16, 2019 - 10:25am



 R_P wrote:
“If anyone but me takes over there will be a Market Crash the likes of which has not been seen before!”
Trump officially starts his 2020 campaign on Tuesday with a rally in Orlando, Florida, and appears to be road-testing some of the themes he’ll be touching on in the next 18 months, including stoking fear of a market meltdown.
 

Long after the Orange Man is gone, graduate students and their advisors will be dining out on the Trump administration for decades.   Business, economics, social psychology, political sociology, international relations, strategic studies and probably more.  Perhaps an ambitious Historian will look into what Trump was actually up to while presumably attending economics classes at Wharton.    (Sniffing glue?  Non-stop, promiscuous sex?  Comic-book reading?)   

He could be fondly remembered as the Make-work president in nerdy circles.    

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Posted: Jun 16, 2019 - 8:08am

Andrew Sullivan: Donald Trump and the Art of the Lie
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Posted: Jun 15, 2019 - 7:27pm

“If anyone but me takes over there will be a Market Crash the likes of which has not been seen before!”
Trump officially starts his 2020 campaign on Tuesday with a rally in Orlando, Florida, and appears to be road-testing some of the themes he’ll be touching on in the next 18 months, including stoking fear of a market meltdown.
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Posted: Jun 15, 2019 - 8:29am

Our Own Chernobyl Is Coming. And We’re Handling It Just Like the Soviets.

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Posted: Jun 12, 2019 - 11:53am



 westslope wrote:


 oldviolin wrote:

............
 

Actually he inspires considerable odium no matter the preparation...A human stop gap mechanism in the guise of changing priorities clogging the breach of a greater understanding...
 

I must be shallow.  I laugh every time I read this.   
 

Band name...
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Posted: Jun 12, 2019 - 11:32am



 oldviolin wrote:

............
 

Actually he inspires considerable odium no matter the preparation...A human stop gap mechanism in the guise of changing priorities clogging the breach of a greater understanding...
 

I must be shallow.  I laugh every time I read this.   
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Posted: Jun 9, 2019 - 3:33pm

Counting Trump's lies: Daniel Dale's relentless quest to fact-check the president
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Posted: Jun 4, 2019 - 11:43am



 westslope wrote:


 R_P wrote:
Americans must accept that none of these things ever happened
.....

I believe all this and more because the alternative is unthinkable: that our great nation inflicted on the world a president who is, well, a stone cold loser, boorish and ignorant.

...........

 
Worse yet, Trump is not an inspiring speaker while reading from a prepared text.

 

Actually he inspires considerable odium no matter the preparation...A human stop gap mechanism in the guise of changing priorities clogging the breach of a greater understanding...
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Posted: Jun 4, 2019 - 11:25am



 R_P wrote:
Americans must accept that none of these things ever happened
.....

I believe all this and more because the alternative is unthinkable: that our great nation inflicted on the world a president who is, well, a stone cold loser, boorish and ignorant.

...........

 
Worse yet, Trump is not an inspiring speaker while reading from a prepared text.

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Posted: Jun 4, 2019 - 10:55am

Greatest Hits Vol. 1
Americans must accept that none of these things ever happened
Oh no, he didn’t.

I believe President Trump when he says “I never called Meghan Markle ‘nasty.’ ” I believe him even though Britain’s Sun newspaper published an interview with Trump the day before in which he referred to the Duchess of Sussex with that very word — and even though the Sun has a recording.

Likewise, I believed Trump when he visited Britain last year and said “I didn’t criticize the prime minister” – even though the Sun also had a recorded interview of him that time, criticizing Prime Minister Theresa May.

And I am fully prepared to believe Trump tomorrow if he says “I never called Sadiq Khan a ‘stone cold loser’ ” — even though Trump, landing in Britain on Monday, called the London mayor just that in a tweet that misspelled Khan’s name and also mocked him for being short.

I believe all this and more because the alternative is unthinkable: that our great nation inflicted on the world a president who is, well, a stone cold loser, boorish and ignorant.

Therefore I plan to do as Trump does: live today as if yesterday never happened. But it’s not enough to imagine away this week’s name-calling. To preserve national dignity, Americans must accept that none of the following ever happened:

Trump did not shove the prime minister of Montenegro and he didn’t declare that he “fell in love” with the dictator of North Korea. He didn’t hang up on the Australian prime minister, nor attack the pope on Twitter. He didn’t use a phony accent to imitate the Indian prime minister, nor make fun of Chinese leaders’ eyewear. He didn’t refer to African nations and Haiti as “shithole countries.”

At no time did Trump confuse the Baltics with the Balkans. Never did he tastelessly comment on the French first lady’s body. He certainly did not invent the country of “Nambia,” nor did he boast about selling Norway a fighter jet that only exists in a computer game. He didn’t mispronounce Nepal as “nipple.”

Under no circumstance did Trump assert that “there is no longer a nuclear threat from North Korea,” nor did he believe North Korea’s dictator over Japan’s prime minister. He most definitely did not land in Israel and announce: “We just got back from the Middle East.” He didn’t skip a visit to a U.S. military cemetery in France because of a little rain. He didn’t accept Vladimir Putin’s word over that of U.S. intelligence, and when told “do not congratulate” Putin on his rigged election victory, he did not congratulate.

He didn’t refer to Brussels as a “hellhole” nor assert that “Belgium is a beautiful city.” And spelling the British prime minister’s name as that of a British porn actress? Never happened.

His administration didn’t confuse Singapore with Indonesia and China with Taiwan, nor misidentify the Australian prime minister, nor misspell “Denmark.” Not once did Trump vow to “promote the possibility of lasting peach” in the Middle East.

Trump simply did not advise the French to dump water on Notre Dame Cathedral from the sky, nor did he claim that Finland avoids fires by “raking” forests. He didn’t fabricate trade figures in talks with the Canadian prime minister. Neither did he falsely accuse South Africa of “large scale killing” of farmers, nor volunteer any thoughts, ever, on “what happened last night in Sweden.”

Trump, furthermore, did not sign the guest book at Israel’s Holocaust memorial with the words “so amazing.” He didn’t pull his name from a Group of Seven communique. He didn’t take a limousine and a golf cart instead of walking with other world leaders at summits. He didn’t struggle with a group handholding exercise in Manila, his knuckles didn’t whiten in the grip of Emmanuel Macron, and Melania Trump did not swat his hand away on the tarmac in Tel Aviv.

Furthermore, Trump did not reveal secret Israeli intelligence to Russia. He didn’t accuse Germany of being “totally controlled by Russia.” He didn’t taunt the French over street protests, attack the idea of NATO, use an all-caps tweet to threaten Iran with annihilation, hail “fantastic” strongmen nor pine for the reign of Moammar Gaddafi.

Fortunately, it has all been a misunderstanding. For if an American president had actually done even a fraction of the above, it would be an indelible national disgrace.

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Posted: May 26, 2019 - 9:12pm



 Red_Dragon wrote:

In reference to Donnie? 
{#Roflol}

 

Hey, now that you mention it... :mrgreen:
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Posted: May 26, 2019 - 2:31pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote: 
In reference to Donnie? {#Roflol}
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Posted: May 26, 2019 - 1:09pm

Why High-Class People Get Away With Incompetence
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Posted: May 26, 2019 - 10:21am

His supporters, lovingly embraced, feel as though they’re in on the joke; they know he often lies, but they believe he’s lying for them — lying to the liars. Us-vs.-them thinking becomes so powerful that the enemy’s humiliation can be more gratifying than one’s own betterment.

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Posted: May 24, 2019 - 4:56pm

 Red_Dragon wrote:
The title of this thread is a redundancy.

 
The sun rises.
The sun sets. 
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Posted: May 24, 2019 - 4:27pm

The title of this thread is a redundancy.
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Posted: May 24, 2019 - 1:34pm



 R_P wrote:
 

Put the chart to Daily and it illustrates a rather nice crescendo of lies up until the 2018 Mid-term elections are over.   That said, the frequency of lying is higher in the post- Mid-term election period than it was prior to July 2018.

Does the President lie more when he feels frustrated or is he lying more because past experience has convinced him of the efficacy of lying?    Hopefully greater analytical minds than mine will tackle this crucial, thorny question. 





P.S.  When are Trump supporters going to wake up and understand the damage being inflicted upon the American brand?
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Posted: May 24, 2019 - 11:51am

In 828 days, President Trump has made 10,111 false or misleading claims
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