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Posted: Sep 25, 2020 - 11:07am

 kurtster wrote:
Well I guess that I no reason to ever visit Canada again.

AMF'ers
 
I'm sure they're heartbroken...
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Posted: Sep 25, 2020 - 10:23am



 kcar wrote:
 
Keep dreaming.  You'll wake up on Nov 4 to a very different reality.

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Posted: Sep 24, 2020 - 9:31pm


#TrumpTrainwreck

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Posted: Sep 24, 2020 - 5:57pm

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Well-educated, skilled Americans?     We will welcome them with open arms! 

In a similar vein, I fully expect there to be an Intifada IV and Intifada V.   If Israeli bio-tech entrepreneurs and scientists get tired of the clash, we will welcome them with open arms too.  
P.S.  Travel tip for Americans.  One of these years, the border will open back up.   If a Canadian asks you about Trump, make a face and look like you have been gut-punched.   That way we will know that you are one of the good ones.   That means that you are worthy of respect, help and friendship.  

 
Well I guess that I no reason to ever visit Canada again.

AMF'ers
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Posted: Sep 24, 2020 - 5:00pm



 Steely_D wrote:
 

yeah, I think all USA folks who don't like the outcome should emigrate to Canada.

so there's still plenty of room left for me in NZ.
 
You're retired? They don't want you. Nor does Canada.

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Posted: Sep 24, 2020 - 4:54pm



 ColdMiser wrote:


 westslope wrote:
If Trump is defeated, I do hope that Trump attempts to block a smooth transition of power and stay in power.

Roughly 30 to 40% of Americans still support this leader.   Those Americans require an objective lesson in anti-democratic behaviour.

Frankly, I am rooting for a second term for Trump.  A second term would allow Trump to really hurt the USA badly and might even lead to eventual constitutional reforms.   The process of appointing Supreme court judges is a farce.  The autonomy the President enjoys in foreign policy strikes me as dangerous.  The centralization of power in the presidency in recent decades also strikes me as dangerous.  American exceptionalism is not just hurting Americans, it is killing them.  

The USA is a like a seriously committed cocaine/alcohol addict that needs to bounce off the cold, hard concrete floor once or twice before finally summoning the courage and vision to fix things.  
 
Yes, but are you guys ready for an influx of the other 60% or so who may at last act on their threat to move North of the border? I work with a guy who is already exploring this option.

 

yeah, I think all USA folks who don't like the outcome should emigrate to Canada.

so there's still plenty of room left for me in NZ.
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Posted: Sep 24, 2020 - 1:08pm



 ColdMiser wrote:


 westslope wrote:
If Trump is defeated, I do hope that Trump attempts to block a smooth transition of power and stay in power.

Roughly 30 to 40% of Americans still support this leader.   Those Americans require an objective lesson in anti-democratic behaviour.

Frankly, I am rooting for a second term for Trump.  A second term would allow Trump to really hurt the USA badly and might even lead to eventual constitutional reforms.   The process of appointing Supreme court judges is a farce.  The autonomy the President enjoys in foreign policy strikes me as dangerous.  The centralization of power in the presidency in recent decades also strikes me as dangerous.  American exceptionalism is not just hurting Americans, it is killing them.  

The USA is a like a seriously committed cocaine/alcohol addict that needs to bounce off the cold, hard concrete floor once or twice before finally summoning the courage and vision to fix things.  
 
Yes, but are you guys ready for an influx of the other 60% or so who may at last act on their threat to move North of the border? I work with a guy who is already exploring this option.

 
Well-educated, skilled Americans?     We will welcome them with open arms! 

In a similar vein, I fully expect there to be an Intifada IV and Intifada V.   If Israeli bio-tech entrepreneurs and scientists get tired of the clash, we will welcome them with open arms too.  


P.S.  Travel tip for Americans.  One of these years, the border will open back up.   If a Canadian asks you about Trump, make a face and look like you have been gut-punched.   That way we will know that you are one of the good ones.   That means that you are worthy of respect, help and friendship.  

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Posted: Sep 24, 2020 - 12:21pm

 kcar wrote:

Biden's spirit animal: 





Trump's spirit animal:


'Nuff said. 
 
Asians eat dogs, jes sayin.
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Posted: Sep 24, 2020 - 11:40am



 westslope wrote:
If Trump is defeated, I do hope that Trump attempts to block a smooth transition of power and stay in power.

Roughly 30 to 40% of Americans still support this leader.   Those Americans require an objective lesson in anti-democratic behaviour.

Frankly, I am rooting for a second term for Trump.  A second term would allow Trump to really hurt the USA badly and might even lead to eventual constitutional reforms.   The process of appointing Supreme court judges is a farce.  The autonomy the President enjoys in foreign policy strikes me as dangerous.  The centralization of power in the presidency in recent decades also strikes me as dangerous.  American exceptionalism is not just hurting Americans, it is killing them.  

The USA is a like a seriously committed cocaine/alcohol addict that needs to bounce off the cold, hard concrete floor once or twice before finally summoning the courage and vision to fix things.  
 
Yes, but are you guys ready for an influx of the other 60% or so who may at last act on their threat to move North of the border? I work with a guy who is already exploring this option.

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Posted: Sep 24, 2020 - 11:15am

If Trump is defeated, I do hope that Trump attempts to block a smooth transition of power and stay in power.

Roughly 30 to 40% of Americans still support this leader.   Those Americans require an objective lesson in anti-democratic behaviour.

Frankly, I am rooting for a second term for Trump.  A second term would allow Trump to really hurt the USA badly and might even lead to eventual constitutional reforms.   The process of appointing Supreme court judges is a farce.  The autonomy the President enjoys in foreign policy strikes me as dangerous.  The centralization of power in the presidency in recent decades also strikes me as dangerous.  American exceptionalism is not just hurting Americans, it is killing them.  

The USA is a like a seriously committed cocaine/alcohol addict that needs to bounce off the cold, hard concrete floor once or twice before finally summoning the courage and vision to fix things.  
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Posted: Sep 24, 2020 - 10:33am



 davidharper wrote:
Trump plans on winning the same way he has always done.  By lying and cheating. He's done this all his life. Most of his "businesses" were failures that ended in bankruptcy. Most of his investors have lost everything. Most of his success stories are lies. His "university" was a scam.  His entire presidency is built upon lies. One after another. So many lies that we can no longer tell whether or not he actually believes what he says. When challenged he resorts immediately to personal insults. If he can he will destroy our country in his determination to win. He's already stated, out loud, that he won't accept the election result. The only question that remains is will republican lawmakers continue to support him or will they, at some point, open their eyes and do the right thing for the country. 
 
I think their eyes are WIDE open, its their souls that are dead.  I cannot understand how it is that these politicians are not fired for violating their oath of office?  Vote them all out

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Posted: Sep 24, 2020 - 10:02am

Trump Campaign Actively Discussing Radical Measures To Bypass Election Results
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Posted: Sep 24, 2020 - 8:34am

Trump plans on winning the same way he has always done.  By lying and cheating. He's done this all his life. Most of his "businesses" were failures that ended in bankruptcy. Most of his investors have lost everything. Most of his success stories are lies. His "university" was a scam.  His entire presidency is built upon lies. One after another. So many lies that we can no longer tell whether or not he actually believes what he says. When challenged he resorts immediately to personal insults. If he can he will destroy our country in his determination to win. He's already stated, out loud, that he won't accept the election result. The only question that remains is will republican lawmakers continue to support him or will they, at some point, open their eyes and do the right thing for the country. 
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Posted: Sep 23, 2020 - 5:15pm

Explain this, Trump loyalists...
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Posted: Sep 23, 2020 - 3:07pm


Biden's spirit animal: 















Trump's spirit animal:






'Nuff said. 
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Posted: Sep 23, 2020 - 12:41pm

Tesla sues U.S. government to overturn Trump administration tariffs on China
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Posted: Sep 23, 2020 - 11:35am

Trump’s Spectacular Trade Failure

Sep 22, 2020  

Since coming to office in early 2017, US President Donald Trump has assumed that America could secure better "deals" with trading partners around the world by negotiating with them bilaterally. But after three and a half years, the evidence is clear: US trade policy has achieved the opposite of Trump's stated goals.


Please note that you can safely ignore Ms.Krueger's views.  She is an expert.

Anne O. Krueger, a former World Bank chief economist and former first deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund, is Senior Research Professor of International Economics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and Senior Fellow at the Center for International Development at Stanford University.


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Posted: Sep 23, 2020 - 10:25am



 Red_Dragon wrote:
 

and owns the libs! Look at their tears!

Look at those Americans who don't have food, healthcare, employment, savings, education,  a vote, or safety!

Makes a red-blooded patriot feel good. America is great again, surely.
Well done, Mr. President.

Four more years!



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Posted: Sep 23, 2020 - 5:20am

200,000 dead as Trump vilifies science, prioritizes politics
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Posted: Sep 22, 2020 - 9:22pm

 kcar wrote:
 R_P wrote:
 Red_Dragon wrote:
He's an idiot. Not news.
 
Yet funny.


Some people are tallying gaffes...
 

From your link: 


If Trump is not America’s most gaffe-prone president, he’s pretty close. Just this week, after the mass shooting in Dayton, during a speech he referred to the city as Toledo. MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes put together a blooper reel of Trump’s greatest gaffes that include:

  • Calling Hurricane Florence “one of the wettest we’ve ever seen from the standpoint of water”
  • Referring to the “oranges” of the Mueller investigation repeatedly when he meant “origins”
  • Talking about the “floors of the forest” when discussing wildfires and saying that the president of Finland told him they “spend a lot of time raking and cleaning” their forests
  • Calling Apple CEO Tim Cook “Tim Apple”
  • Referring to 9/11 as 7/11
  • Saying that noise from windmills causes cancer
  • Telling a crowd that “the kidney has a very special place in the heart”
Trump's greatest strength is raping and assaulting women. Oh, and lying as much as he breathes. 


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