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I get it! You ARE FIVE X FIVE!
And have postitis of stupid music threads!

 

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Vegas » Yesterday, 11:51 am » wrote: Here is how it works among debate of the common people in America: 
  • If you are a Democrat, then you will praise everything a Democrat leader does. If the Democrat messes up, then you blame the Republicans.
  • If you are a Republican,  then you will praise everything a Republican leader does. If the Republican messes up, then you blame the Democrats.
Repeat..

Please tell me I am not the only one that sees this blatant behavior. Intelligence would suggest to make decisions based on individual actions, not on partisan loyalty. 

Here is a challenge for us all in the next 4 years:

Repubs: If Biden does a great job on a particular policy, event, or leadership, then we praise him for it.
Democrats: If Biden screws up on a particular policy, event, or leadership, then call him out for it. 

This would show signs of maturity, intellect, and integrity.


 

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Late, but funny!

 
 

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DeezerShoove » 25 Nov 2020, 12:06 am » wrote: Brought it on himself... 
Deez, why are you a FASCIST?

And why are you a moderator?
 

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Vegas » Yesterday, 12:35 pm » wrote: Actually, I prefer it as "what if I told you that the left wing and right wing are two different cheeks on the same ***."

That's a good one! About the same thing!      

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Squatchman » 27 Nov 2020, 8:24 am » wrote: Apparently trump doesn't know what the 1st amendment is about.
Trump should never talk to the Free Press that way!  
 

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Zeets2 » 26 Nov 2020, 11:04 am » wrote: If you really wanted that, you'd start by acknowledging what an incredible job our fine President has done in rushing through the Trump vaccine, which is what it should be called throughout the world!  An ignorant bureaucrat like Biden who knows nothing about how business works would have still been going through the normal channels of red tape and spending years creating a vaccine while millions more died.  You idiots want "unity", but I haven't heard a single one of you morons take your tongue and tell the truth about how Trump's actions not only saved thousands of lives in the US by stopping inbound flights from China AS BIDEN AND OTHER DEMOCRATS CALLED HIM A RACIST FOR DOING SO, then providing immediate aid for the entire world with ventilators, PPE, and emergency help while Democrat idiots like Pelosi and Schumer urged people to ignore the virus and an even dumber Gov. Cuomo murdered thousands by putting infected people into nursing homes!

Bring Cuomo up on charges, let Congress chastise all 3 of them for worsening the devastation of the virus, and nominate Trump for the Noble Peace Prize for both science and humanitarian aid in addition to his 5 nominations for achieving peace in the Middle East. 

And when you do all that, THEN we can begin to discuss an end to "divisive talk"!
 
Reminder: Its is lab scientiists who develop vaccines, not Trump!
 Your PIG threw Dr. Fauci under the bus! And staged "mass spreader rallies all over the US!


 

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Atomicblonde » 25 Nov 2020, 8:33 pm » wrote: Volunteering to help feed needy families
Excellent!  That's what we need! There is a lot of suffering going on out there!
     

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FOS » 25 Nov 2020, 11:55 pm » wrote: Not gonna happen, guy.
I was being sarcastic , mocking the magik kneegro!  
 

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I'm just kiddin ya! But we still have a lot on the plate to overcome. We gotta whip this stinking virus, Number one! And this is a time for healing! 
You Trumpies need to put down your war clubs for this to happen! So get over it, and work towards a United States of America. No more DIVISIVE talk!
 
 

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supraTruth » 25 Nov 2020, 2:40 pm » wrote: tRump is an annoying lying scumbag idiot & an embarrassment to all white people & America, that is why he lost.  

 
 

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Vegas » 24 Nov 2020, 10:09 pm » wrote: Biden is senile
Harris is a hoe
His 'handsy' hands are vile
While her mouth gives him a blow
**** Brilliant! We knew you had it in you!
Mine: Here I sit broken hearted, tried to **** but only farted!
   
Another; Old Mother Hubbard went to her cupboard to get her poor dog a bone,
And when she bent over, old Rover slipped her his bone!
 
 

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WOW!21 Republican Senators have expressed extreme contempt for Donald Trump
Carl Bernstein has said that these 21 Republican Senators have expressed in private conversations their contempt for Donald Trump and his fitness for office.

I believe that the number of Republican Senators that actually dislike Donald Trump and think that he is unfit for office is higher than this. Republican Senators,

with the exception of Mitt Romney, can't say anything bad about Trump because he is so popular with the base.

There was a time when more Republican Senators would speak out against someone that they thought was unfit for office. Even though Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham are obsequious

followers of Donald Trump, there was a time when both of them felt differently. With Ted Cruz the derogatory comments may have been mostly politics but with Lindsey Graham it

seemed that he was expressing his true opinion.



https://www.yahoo.com/news/reporter-...044739929.html

"The 21 senators he named include names you would expect, but also some surprises, like Sen. John Cornyn (Texas), Sen. Rick Scott (Fla.), and Senate Majority Whip John Thune (S.D.). The other 18 GOP senators are Rob Portman (Ohio), Lamar Alexander (Tenn.), Ben Sasse (Neb.), Roy Blunt (Mo.), Susan Collins (Maine), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), Mitt Romney (Utah), Mike Braun (Ind), Todd Young (Ind.), Tim Scott (S.D.), Marco Rubio (Fla.), Chuck Grassley (Iowa), Richard Burr (N.C.), Pat Toomey (Pa.), Martha McSally (Ariz.), Jerry Moran (Kansas), Pat Roberts (Kansas), and Richard Shelby (Ala.)."

"With few exceptions" — Romney and Sasse, mostly — "their craven public silence has helped enable Trump's most grievous conduct — including undermining and discrediting the U.S. the electoral system," wrote Bernstein, who's made his own feelings about Trump clear for a while. He had named 15 of those senators on CNN late last week, saying "many, of not most, of these individuals, from what I have been told, were happy to see Donald Trump defeated in this election, as long as the Senate could be controlled by the Republicans."


Both Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham thought that Donald Trump wasn't fit for honest prior to the 2016 election. Are both of them glad that Trump is the face of the Republican Party?

Ted Cruz: Donald Trump is a pathological liar; he lies - practically every word that come out of his mouth. He is a narcissist - at a level that the country has never seen, a serial philanderer and morality doesn't exist for him

Lindsey Graham :
And Lindsey Graham sums it up with, “I think he’s a kook. I think he’s crazy. I think he’s unfit for office.”"He's a race-baiting, xenophobic, religious bigot," Graham told Alisyn Camerota. "He doesn't represent my party. He doesn't represents the values that the men and women who wear the uniform are fighting for. ... He's the ISIL man of the year."Graham said Trump's rhetoric benefits ISIS in helping them recruit people to their cause. He said having traveled to the Middle East 36 times as a lawmaker and in the Air Force reserve, he knows the troops and diplomats on the front lines are very concerned.

https://www.cnn.com/2015/12/08/polit...ruz/index.html
"What Mr. Trump is doing -- and I don't think he has a clue about anything. He's just just trying to get his numbers up and get the biggest reaction he can," Graham said. "He is helping the enemy of this nation. He is empowering radical Islam. And if he knew anything about the world at all, you would know that most Muslims reject this ideology."

"You know how you make America great again? Tell Donald Trump to go to hell," Graham said on CNN's "New Day" on Tuesday, picking up on the GOP front-runner's famous slogan, "make America great again."

"Graham also called out other presidential candidates for not being stronger against Trump, saying the entire party needs to speak out against the mogul."
"He specifically spotlighted his fellow GOP presidential candidate, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, for not condemning Trump strongly enough."

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We've seen this movie before. We've been in it for over eighty years. The GOP is a fascist cabal.

We’ve seen this movie before.

In fact, we’ve never NOT been in this movie:

President Franklin Roosevelt made an enemy of the richest Americans with remarkable haste. By his first term, his heavily progressive New Deal taxes and the suspension of the gold standard inspired vocal opponents within the highest echelons of industry. Among them was an irate William Randolph Hearst, who filmed a message decrying the “impudent” and “despotic” new tax code. Yet of all of Roosevelt’s powerful enemies, perhaps none were more formidable, or incensed, than those who considered throwing him out of office by way of a fascist military coup.

It is impossible to say exactly how close the Business Plot — also called the White House Coup and Wall Street Putsch — came to overthrowing the president. Nearly all we know about the plot is the result of an investigation conducted by the House McCormack-Dickstein Committee in November, 1934. Its chief whistleblower was one Major General Smedley Butler, a respected and tenured military leader with a talent for rallying support to his side. His part in the story began on July 1, 1933, the day he met with two members of the American Legion who had ties to Wall Street heavies…

MacGuire informed Butler that the press would soon make an announcement about the league of businessmen fatigued by the president’s reckless economic reforms. They planned to plant stories about Roosevelt’s ill health, and expected the president to comply with orders from his fellow patricians to hand over the highest seat of government. He would be permitted a ceremonial position while Butler and his allies steered the country in the proper direction.

An astounded Butler debated where to turn first, and decided to enlist a liberal Philadelphia paper to verify the details of his outlandish story. The paper sent their star reporter Paul Comly French who feigned anti-Roosevelt sympathies to interview MacGuire, who was candid about his views and details of the plot. He mentioned that the Remington arms manufacturers would supply the army, thanks to a working relationship with the DuPonts. “We need a Fascist government in this country,” he told the reporter, “to save the nation from the communists who want to tear it down and wreck all that we have built in America. The only men who have the patriotism to do it are the soldiers and Smedley Butler is the ideal leader. He could organize a million men overnight.” (emphasis added)

Remember, the next time someone says to you ‘it’s about the 1%, not fascism’, the two are indistinguishable, as they were in Italy and Germany and the US in the 1920’s and ‘30’s:

I found “Führer” among thousands of pages of documents compiled by the Washington law firm of Cohen, Milstein, Hausfeld & Toll, which sought damages from Ford on behalf of a Russian woman who toiled as a slave laborer at its German plant…

That Ford and a number of other American firms–including General Motors and Chase Manhattan–worked with the Nazis has been previously disclosed. So, too, has Henry Ford’s role as a leader of the America First Committee, which sought to keep the United States out of World War II. However, the new materials, most of which were found at the National Archives, are far more damning than earlier revelations. They show, among other things, that up until Pearl Harbor, Dearborn made huge revenues by producing war matériel for the Reich and that the man it selected to run its German subsidiary was an enthusiastic backer of Hitler. German Ford served as an “arsenal of Nazism” with the consent of headquarters in Dearborn, says a US Army report prepared in 1945.

Moreover, Ford’s cooperation with the Nazis continued until at least August 1942–eight months after the United States entered the war–through its properties in Vichy France. Indeed, a secret wartime report prepared by the US Treasury Department concluded that the Ford family sought to further its business interests by encouraging Ford of France executives to work with German officials overseeing the occupation. “There would seem to be at least a tacit acceptance by [Henry Ford’s son] Mr. Edsel Ford of the reliance…on the known neutrality of the Ford family as a basis of receipt of favors from the German Reich,” it says.

The generous treatment allotted Ford Motor by the Nazi regime is partially attributable to the violent anti-Semitism of the company’s founder, Henry Ford. His pamphlet The International Jew: The World’s Foremost Problem brought him to the attention of a former German Army corporal named Adolf Hitler, who in 1921 became chairman of the fledgling Nazi Party. When Ford was considering a run for the presidency that year, Hitler told the Chicago Tribune, “I wish that I could send some of my shock troops to Chicago and other big American cities to help.” (The story comes from Charles Higham’s Trading With the Enemy, which details American business collaboration with the Nazis.) In Mein Kampf, written two years later, Hitler singled Ford out for praise. “It is Jews who govern the stock exchange forces of the American Union,” he wrote. “Every year makes them more and more the controlling masters of the producers in a nation of one hundred and twenty millions; only a single great man, Ford, to their fury, still maintains full independence.” In 1938, long after the vicious character of Hitler’s government had become clear, Ford accepted the Grand Cross of the German Eagle, the Nazi regime’s highest honor for foreigners...

Ford Motor set up shop in Germany in 1925, when it opened an office in Berlin. Six years later, it built a large plant in Cologne, which became its headquarters in the country. Ford of Germany prospered during the Nazi years, especially with the economic boom brought on by World War II. Sales increased by more than half between 1938 and 1943, and, according to a US government report found at the National Archives, the value of the German subsidiary more than doubled during the course of the war.

Ford eagerly collaborated with the Nazis, which greatly enhanced its business prospects and at the same time helped Hitler prepare for war (and after the 1939 invasion of Poland, conduct it). In the mid-thirties, Dearborn helped boost German Ford’s profits by placing orders with the Cologne plant for direct delivery to Ford plants in Latin America and Japan. In 1936, as a means of preserving the Reich’s foreign reserves, the Nazi government blocked the German subsidiary from buying needed raw materials. Ford headquarters in Dearborn responded–just as the Nazis hoped it would–by shipping rubber and other materials to Cologne in exchange for German-made parts. The Nazi government took a 25 percent cut out of the imported raw materials and gave them to other manufacturers, an arrangement approved by Dearborn.



It’s a mistake to think the GOP leadership co-opted the rank and file voters to support there fascist endeavors.

Why did 70 million vote GOP?



Those who commit crimes against humanity, and those that are complicit, either in the support of their vote, or in their silent tolerance, must be confronted and held to account.

Absolution given cheaply, exoneration without acknowledgement, atonement and consequences, leads only to the same crimes being committed again, by the the very same group of people.

That is what we are witness to today, whether we see it, or pretend not to.

The member of a group like the GOP, a person who invests their identity in it, is already imbued with the core messages of the group before ‘the leader’ expresses them.

They rally to it, they are not drawn into it.

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This was so funny when were young!
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Isabel » 24 Nov 2020, 1:21 am » wrote: Trump's lawyers are worried that their client is a deranged fool who is making them look bad.
That NAILS IT! 2 more greenies for ya!
     

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NEO is a "bitter clinger'!
Its best to ignore these types.
 

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FOS » 18 Nov 2020, 11:41 am » wrote: Are you literally incapable of understanding nuance?

War is justified against an existential threat.

That is the only time it Is justified.
Most people understand that! Libs are against 'needless wars' like NAM, Berserkistan, etc.  
 

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