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Re: Anti Trumpsters

by jamie » Tue May 09, 2017 7:28 pm

Well this seals it. Clearly he's covering up and will go to any extremes to hinder this
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Re: Anti Trumpsters

by Liquor Kitty » Wed May 10, 2017 6:16 am

Liquor Kitty wrote:Another week (only Wednesday) ... another shat show.
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Re: Anti Trumpsters

by jamie » Wed May 10, 2017 12:50 pm

This is the problem with trumps chronic lying.

Can anyone believe him and his statements about his firing of Comey.
Can we really believe him and his claims that he has 3 letters that Comey has said trump is not under investigations? And he includes that tidbit in his firing letter.

And does anyone really believe Spicer is really on " Reserve Duty"???
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Re: Anti Trumpsters

by Liquor Kitty » Thu May 11, 2017 9:34 am

Trumps approval ratings have hit an all time low from a survey taken prior to the Comey firing.

https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/world/mo ... li=AAggNb9
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Re: Anti Trumpsters

by RedandWhite » Thu May 11, 2017 10:24 am

...you guys gotta admit though, there's been a lot of fun going on...not like some old boring Carter or Ford presidency...
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Re: Anti Trumpsters

by RedandWhite » Thu May 11, 2017 10:44 am

to wit:

So this silly ***** Jim Comey starts investigating Hillary Clinton for her **** handling of emails back in summer 2016. Just before the election rolls into town, he decides to send a letter to Congress saying, "Son, we got a pantload of new emails to look at!" Then three days before the election, he shrugs that **** off with "Eh, we just found some cat GIFs and pics of Anthony Weiner's dick, which is sad but not illegal." But it doesn't matter -- everyone thinks Hillary Clinton is the Baba Yaga of emails at this point. Trump wins the election.

Word spreads pretty quick that Trump may have some ties to Russia, whom we now suspect meddled in the election worse than Scooby and the gang meddled in the day-to-day business affairs of your average haunted amusement park. And by "some ties," I mean everyone Trump has appointed, worked with, met, or looked at is probably a sleeper Russian agent who, when given the signal, will together form Mech-Putin. So Comey heads up an investigation into the Trump/Russia ties, and along the way Sally Yates gets fired, and so does Preet Bharara -- both of whom are looking into Team Trump's connections to Russia. Well ain't that a *****?

Then in comes Trump out of the blue with the firing of Comey, claiming it was because of how he dealt with the emails months previously -- something which Trump publicly praised Comey for at the time.

What in the merciful f** is going on? Trump fired the guy investigating Russia's interference with the election (which Trump won). And Trump gets to pick the replacement FBI director, who will take over the investigation. Trump firing Comey is like you **** on your neighbor's lawn, then having the ability to kick them out of their house for complaining you **** on their lawn. In fact, it's like being able to fire the detective investigating your mass **** spree across the entire country. Who the hell is OK with this? Sure, Comey seems as competent as a one-armed man in a clapping competition, but could there be any more suspect timing for canning him? Just days before, he asked for more funding for the investigation into Russia's meddling in the election. Even villains in Disney movies would call this a little too on the nose.

This story gets more and more ludicrous with each passing detail. If you pitched this as a political thriller to Hollywood executives, they'd usher you out of the building before you hit paragraph four of your synopsis, because it's dumb as **** and, by extension, so are you.

Look at the details here. Jeff Sessions had to recuse himself from any potential Russia investigation because of his own dealings with Russians. He's the one who recommended that the president fire Comey. The guy who's supposed to not be involved in the Russia investigation helped fire the head of the Russia investigation.

Rex Tillerson, also up to his old man balls in vodka and suspicious business dealings, met with Russian Minister Sergey Lavrov along with Trump the very next day at the White House, and Lavrov blatantly joked about Comey being fired. He then proceeded to have a private meeting which only Russian media was permitted to attend. In the f'ing White House. The American one.

Everyone -- all the intelligence agencies, and from the look of things, Congress too -- is on board with the idea that Russia tried to influence the 2016 election. They might have just tried to do the same thing in France, too. Trump, meanwhile, continually calls the Russia investigation **** like "fake" and a waste of time. Sarah Huckabee Sanders went on TV after Comey was fired and said it's time to leave the investigation behind us. But it's ongoing, you unbelievable mind slug! The FBI issued subpoenas for General Flynn's business associates the same day Comey was fired. This is a real thing. There's real evidence.

You don't even have to lean left to see that this is a thing. No one, right now, is saying Trump is personally involved. It's heavily inferred, sure, but there's no evidence yet. But there sure as **** is evidence that people around him are involved, despite the dumb crap Kellyanne Conway told Anderson Cooper that made him roll his eyes so hard that the inside of his skull must have gotten a friction burn.

People in the administration, people with ties to the White House, have clearly been involved in shady ways with the Russian government. Embrace that ****. Deal with it. No one likes it, but it's not like a kid on the schoolyard telling everyone you **** your pants when it didn't really happen. This **** really happened. And it's spiraling out of control in the most unbelievable way, made all the more unbelievable by the fact that every time someone hits political rock bottom, they pull out a goddamn shovel and dig just a little bit deeper, while the sane people in the world keep shaking their heads and hoping an adult shows up soon to make this all better. Well hold on to your butts, because there are no adults left in the f'ing building.

If you need the perfect image of just how bull-goose loony this is, how utterly baffling and beyond surreal, you have but to look at Press Secretary Sean Spicer. Sean "Are You Kidding?" Spicer dealt with this situation by hiding in some goddamn shrubs like he was a bush pig trying to lay low while a coyote ran past. There he stayed until reporters turned their lights and cameras off so he could venture out like a timid little chipmunk eager to eat your peanut but fearful of your heady man-stench. This is the White House press secretary, who required the cover of darkness and the safety of woodlands to address a pressing issue. Can you imagine what would happen if we ever went to war with North Korea? You'll have to dig to the bottom of a Chuck E. Cheese ball pit to find Spicer, sitting in a tepid pool of urine and cheese with a snorkel on.

Not crazy enough for you? No worries, CBS news caught up with Vladimir Putin himself, in full hockey gear, at a hockey game, and asked his thoughts on Comey being fired. Putin offered an empty bag of sh!ts to give about this, and explained Trump was following the Constitution and the law and hey, let's play hockey!

This madness is a daily occurrence now. How is no one with any degree of authority not sick of this crap yet? How can this be the longest presidency in the history of time after barely 100 days? If this was a Twilight Zone episode, you'd skip to the next one because it's too long, too stupid, and too frustrating to make whatever hamfisted point it was trying to make. You'd also yell at the screen and call all the characters stupid the whole time. But this isn't The Twilight Zone or a bad movie script or a terrible novel. This is the bullshit dragging everyone down, every day, on every side of the aisle, and I have $5 that say it gets a whole lot worse -- and, more specifically, stupider -- before it gets better.


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Re: Anti Trumpsters

by Liquor Kitty » Thu May 11, 2017 1:02 pm

RedandWhite wrote:...you guys gotta admit though, there's been a lot of fun going on...not like some old boring Carter or Ford presidency...


I find it all surreal ... glad I don't have to live "in" it.
Sad part is, that there are under-privileged people in the States that voted in this POS and are now coming around to seeing him not so funny. They and their plight are not even on his radar.
As time goes by, I think more and more of his supporters that thought the Trump "reality show" was entertaining and funny will find out the harsh reality and sadness of it all.
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Re: Anti Trumpsters

by PTBO Dave » Thu May 11, 2017 1:07 pm

Liquor Kitty wrote:
RedandWhite wrote:...you guys gotta admit though, there's been a lot of fun going on...not like some old boring Carter or Ford presidency...


I find it all surreal ... glad I don't have to live "in" it.
Sad part is, that there are under-privileged people in the States that voted in this POS and are now coming around to seeing him not so funny. They and their plight are not even on his radar.
As time goes by, I think more and more of his supporters that thought the Trump "reality show" was entertaining and funny will find out the harsh reality and sadness of it all.


Yes, hopefully all parties will be much more careful when choosing candidates in the future. I'm so glad that O'Leary dropped out of the Conservative party leadership race. The last thing we need is more candidates whose renown derives from nepotism and/or reality TV.
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Re: Anti Trumpsters

by RedandWhite » Thu May 11, 2017 1:15 pm

Liquor Kitty wrote:Sad part is, that there are under-privileged people in the States that voted in this POS and are now coming around to seeing him not so funny. They and their plight are not even on his radar.


...not that I don't feel for these people, but in all honesty anyone that was relying on ol' Don there to save their butts and change their lives is someone not dealing with their daily dose of reality in the first place..."I owe all I have to those fine folk in Washington" said no rural person ever...probably urban guy too...
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Re: Anti Trumpsters

by jamie » Thu May 11, 2017 1:19 pm

Dave...how do the parties act more carefully in choosing their leaders.

trump won the primaries necessary to gain the republican nod based on the will of those voters. How do you negate that? I don't have an answer to that.
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Re: Anti Trumpsters

by Lyle B. Style » Thu May 11, 2017 1:53 pm

All hell will have officially broken loose when Sean Spicer and Kellyanne Conway - two of Trumpstain's most loyal soldiers resign on the same day!

Spicer is a boot-licker, no doubt and he's risen to a prominent position defending a mentally ill sick leader. Conway is a different kettle of fish - the fact 30% of americans believe what she (and her boss) are vomiting out of their mouths tells me that those americans have extreme disabilities in discerning reality & fakery. But we kinda knew that already, didn't we? Woulda thought the percentage was closer to 75% though! :cowboy:
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Re: Anti Trumpsters

by jamie » Thu May 11, 2017 2:17 pm

Just curious. Did N. Korea drop into the ocean? Is that threat gone now?

Did the US find their armada? And is it in range of N. Korea?
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Re: Anti Trumpsters

by PTBO Dave » Thu May 11, 2017 5:21 pm

jamie wrote:Dave...how do the parties act more carefully in choosing their leaders.

trump won the primaries necessary to gain the republican nod based on the will of those voters. How do you negate that? I don't have an answer to that.


Basically I just mean that the party members who vote for their leaders should act more carefully in whom they vote for. It seemed like in the last US election, so many voters believed the choice was for one bad candidate or another bad candidate (I prefer the terminology South Park used to describe it but can't type that in a family site like here), and as a result, they're stuck with a bad president.
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Re: Anti Trumpsters

by Aerial » Thu May 11, 2017 5:49 pm

But PTBO, Trump was maybe the person they knew had the best chance of winning regardless if he was the least qualified and least suited for the job, intellectually, emotionally etc. There is a difference there.
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Re: Anti Trumpsters

by PTBO Dave » Thu May 11, 2017 6:34 pm

Aerial wrote:But PTBO, Trump was maybe the person they knew had the best chance of winning regardless if he was the least qualified and least suited for the job, intellectually, emotionally etc. There is a difference there.


That may be true, and of course winning is important, but so is running the country after the victory. Hopefully for US voters' sake, both parties can find candidates who potentially can win and govern effectively.
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