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Posted by golfboy
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NeoConvict » 22 Apr 2016 1:21 pm wrote:
greatnpowerfuloz » 22 Apr 2016 12:36 pm wrote:

He'll have to convince US industries that they don't really want undocumented workers first.


It doesn't matter what industry wants, they are using the modern equivalent of slave labor and profiting from it. No one should support this kind of abuse.

And yet that's exactly what you are supporting with Obama's ignorant open border policy.
Bringing in a bunch of undocumented slave labor designed to drive down wages.
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ES » 07 Oct 2014 11:23 am wrote:
I've been doing face plants before your lies ever darkened any political forum.

Cannonpointer » 15 Oct 2014 10:46 am wrote:
Facts suck when you're a progressive.

Technocrat » 04 Sep 2014 12:15 pm wrote:
British invented English, you know.
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TotallyRad » 22 Apr 2016 12:14 pm wrote:

No point pulling out a gun if you're not going to use it.


now who is advocating war? :LOL:
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NeoConvict » 22 Apr 2016 1:21 pm wrote:
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NeoConvict » 19 Apr 2016 2:17 pm wrote:

The wall could be done. And Mexico could be made to pay for it. :D


He'll have to convince US industries that they don't really want undocumented workers first.


It doesn't matter what industry wants, they are using the modern equivalent of slave labor and profiting from it. No one should support this kind of abuse.
till they want to avoid taxes to pay to secure the border. Then we will give them a free ride.
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Posted by TotallyRad
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TotallyRad » 22 Apr 2016 12:14 pm wrote:

No point pulling out a gun if you're not going to use it.


now who is advocating war? :LOL:


Actually, You are. You want to negotiate from a position of strength. If there is no promise of dire consequences, Your strongman tactic will fail anyway.
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golfboy » 22 Apr 2016 3:47 pm wrote:
One has to wonder if Tommy is intelligent enough to know what FDR was referring to, when he talked about the "big stick".


golfboy » 04 May 2016 8:47 am wrote:
I always admit when I'm wrong.

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What he is saying is in a deal you must have violence on the table to make them take your position.
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  48,016 22 Apr 2016, 3:47 pm

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tommy.huttegger » 22 Apr 2016 2:34 pm wrote:
What he is saying is in a deal you must have violence on the table to make them take your position.

One has to wonder if Tommy is intelligent enough to know what FDR was referring to, when he talked about the "big stick".
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ES » 07 Oct 2014 11:23 am wrote:
I've been doing face plants before your lies ever darkened any political forum.

Cannonpointer » 15 Oct 2014 10:46 am wrote:
Facts suck when you're a progressive.

Technocrat » 04 Sep 2014 12:15 pm wrote:
British invented English, you know.
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golfboy » 22 Apr 2016 3:47 pm wrote:
tommy.huttegger » 22 Apr 2016 2:34 pm wrote:
What he is saying is in a deal you must have violence on the table to make them take your position.

One has to wonder if Tommy is intelligent enough to know what FDR was referring to, when he talked about the "big stick".
that was teddy goofy.
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It's true you can't rattle a saber if you don't have a couple to rattle.
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Posted by golfboy
  48,016 22 Apr 2016, 3:58 pm

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tommy.huttegger » 22 Apr 2016 3:54 pm wrote:
golfboy » 22 Apr 2016 3:47 pm wrote:
One has to wonder if Tommy is intelligent enough to know what FDR was referring to, when he talked about the "big stick".
that was teddy goofy.

What do you think he meant by "big stick" dumbass?
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ES » 07 Oct 2014 11:23 am wrote:
I've been doing face plants before your lies ever darkened any political forum.

Cannonpointer » 15 Oct 2014 10:46 am wrote:
Facts suck when you're a progressive.

Technocrat » 04 Sep 2014 12:15 pm wrote:
British invented English, you know.
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You tell me old wise one...
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You didn't even have the right person that said it. So please tell me your uninformed information.
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golfboy » 22 Apr 2016 3:47 pm wrote:
One has to wonder if Tommy is intelligent enough to know what FDR was referring to, when he talked about the "big stick".


Too awesome...
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golfboy » 22 Apr 2016 3:47 pm wrote:
One has to wonder if Tommy is intelligent enough to know what FDR was referring to, when he talked about the "big stick".


golfboy » 04 May 2016 8:47 am wrote:
I always admit when I'm wrong.

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Independent » 19 Apr 2016 7:19 am wrote:
All except for Mark Levin. The rest have sold their soul and principles to line up behind Trump. A man who does not have the character or principles these guys like Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity etc claim to hold.

I used to believe these guys were thinkers and could see right through the vacuous Trump (whose answer to every thing is I'm gonna make it better, it's gonna be great) without any substance whatsoever. And fueling this antiestablishment fiction. Yes, there is an establishment that believes in big government liberalism, but it sure ain't Ted Cruz. Hell, it ain't even Marco Rubio (although he blew it on the gang of eight).

The truth of the matter is talk radio could have squashed Trump, but instead they have cynically latched on to his opportunistic pandering to the anger and frustration of so many conservatives.

So which do you think it is. They honestly see Trump as some sort of conservative, or they know inflaming the ignorant masses to support Trump means more money in their pockets.

I think it's clearly the latter.

I just hope we can dig up Joe Paterno to help stop the next 7/11!!

The fallacy in your post is they would make the same money if they opposed Trump. What you ignore is Trump going ballistic is a different personality than when off camera. They have talked to him that way.
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golfboy » 22 Apr 2016 3:47 pm wrote:
One has to wonder if Tommy is intelligent enough to know what FDR was referring to, when he talked about the "big stick".

Lol. FDR
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"Europe’s a big place," he said. "I’m not going to take cards off the the table. We have nuclear capability.'
Trump discussing nuking Europe.

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Posted by Sgt Bilko
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TotallyRad » 22 Apr 2016 2:30 pm wrote:
socially centered » 22 Apr 2016 1:35 pm wrote:
TotallyRad » 22 Apr 2016 12:14 pm wrote:

No point pulling out a gun if you're not going to use it.


now who is advocating war? :LOL:


Actually, You are. You want to negotiate from a position of strength. If there is no promise of dire consequences, Your strongman tactic will fail anyway.

Aka the Obama method!!
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TotallyRad » 22 Apr 2016 5:09 pm wrote:
golfboy » 22 Apr 2016 3:47 pm wrote:
One has to wonder if Tommy is intelligent enough to know what FDR was referring to, when he talked about the "big stick".
Too awesome...

Isn't it ironic that he constantly calls others stupid?

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3 Russians walk into Trump Tower: a lawyer, a hacker, and a money launderer......

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Misty » 02 May 2016 6:20 pm wrote:
TotallyRad » 22 Apr 2016 5:09 pm wrote:
golfboy » 22 Apr 2016 3:47 pm wrote:
One has to wonder if Tommy is intelligent enough to know what FDR was referring to, when he talked about the "big stick".
Too awesome...

Isn't it ironic that he constantly calls others stupid?

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golfboy » 22 Apr 2016 3:47 pm wrote:
One has to wonder if Tommy is intelligent enough to know what FDR was referring to, when he talked about the "big stick".


golfboy » 04 May 2016 8:47 am wrote:
I always admit when I'm wrong.

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I would vote for Weed before I would ever vote for Drumpf or Hillary.

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This is Heather Heyer. She was killed by the Nazi who ran people over in #Charlottesville.
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3 Russians walk into Trump Tower: a lawyer, a hacker, and a money launderer......

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golfboy » 22 Apr 2016 3:47 pm wrote:
One has to wonder if Tommy is intelligent enough to know what FDR was referring to, when he talked about the "big stick".


Yeah, I've never wondered about that....
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Misty » 02 May 2016 6:31 pm wrote:

I would vote for Weed before I would ever vote for Drumpf or Hillary.

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My order of preference is Kasich, Cruz, then Trump. Never ever another Clinton. She would be worse than Obama!
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