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Termin8tor » Yesterday, 6:42 pm » wrote: .
I still don't have a clue how so many noses fit into one man's buttocks.


 
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Seem to recall democrats doing the same thing to Mitt Romney.

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Crazytrain » Yesterday, 3:21 pm » wrote: I would bet on that for sure.
He doesn't lie so much as he exaggerates and makes claims without evidence. 
 
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Sa'ratheHippiecrit » Yesterday, 8:51 am » wrote: Hmm... and what do you think the root of that is sir/madame? Slavery. Black families have been tore apart since first day in America. This is generational. Habits/behaviors have been taught and passed down for generations. The emasculated black male, and the strong black female forced into head of household manship. So, not the black man isnt good at keeping himself down. History has kept him down and continues to do so by not acknowledging what lead to struggles within (and without) the black community.
****. Prior to 1960 the black community enjoyed a very low illegitimacy rate, relatively low crime, and lived in strong multi generational house holds. Something changed during the Civil Rights movement and not for the better.
 
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Huey » Yesterday, 8:12 am » wrote: I coulda swore trump pandered to the white supremacists. And here he labeling the KKK a terrorist group.
All those damn dog whistles!    
 
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Sa'ratheHippiecrit » Yesterday, 8:04 am » wrote: Perhaps the issue isn't Trump. Perhaps it is the dual party system...
Trump isn't really a part of the two party system which is why he is attacked so aggressively. 
 
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Americans have a history of not giving into terrorists.
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Crazytrain » 26 Sep 2020, 2:47 pm » wrote: Abd all Biden has to do is say that I'm sorry you don't like veterans but my son served bravely.
"Beau was a good guy, not sure what happened with your criminal son Hunter."
 
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Anti-republiKlan » 27 Sep 2020, 7:09 am » wrote:  The so called "leader" of the free world spoke of the Nobel Peace Prize as if he had repeatedly won the award.

 Trump made the complaints he has not received the recognition he thinks he deserves during a campaign rally in Middletown, Pennsylvania.“They didn’t cover two Nobel Prizes,” Trump says he told first lady Melania Trump. “I got two in one week, did you ever hear of that?” Trump received two nominations, he has never won a Nobel Peace Prize.

“And my only complaint is, I should have gotten about seven or eight, because if you knew some of the other things — some of the other things I have done much better,” Trump argued, despite having not won the award a single time. “I should have gotten seven.” “But the fake news never even put it on,” Trump whined. “And somebody had a show and where they said, ‘the amount of time devoted to Donald Trump’s Nobel Peace Prize — two of them — zero on the networks, zero.'”“It is so disgraceful, they are so bad, but we just have to keep on winning. There is nothing like winning,” Trump said, even though he has not won a Nobel Prize. “Keep on winning, keep on winning.”Watch:
If Obama was nominated for a second undeserved Nobel prize it would have been covered. 
 
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RollingRock » 27 Sep 2020, 8:45 am » wrote: You still have failed to produce any evidence of your assertion.  It's a damn lie.  Democrats have ZERO interest in decriminalizing child rape.  Your assertion that they do is both repugnant and a flat-out lie.
Consensual sex with minors has long been a part of the LGBTQ movement. Look up Henry Hay and other gay rights movement leaders and their support of the practice. Look at gay rights groups attacking the age of consent. Look at the UN council on children's promotion of sexual expression for kids. These are more damning than any perceived dog whistle heard from Trump. Most democrats have zero interest in normalization of pedophilia. Most Republicans have no interest in white supremacy.
 
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Anti-republiKlan » 25 Sep 2020, 4:11 pm » wrote: With November’s election less than 40 days away, CNN is reporting Wall Street executives and investors are reading the writing on the wall and flooding the campaign of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden with cash at five times the rate Donald Trump is getting contributions.Noting that in 2016 former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton also outraised Trump to the tune of $88 million to Trump’s $20.8 million, CNN reports the disparity in the percentage of donations split between the two major-party candidates ($51.1 million to Biden and $10.5 million to Trump’s presidential campaign) has grown this time — which is not good news for an incumbent who already handed the ultra-rich a substantial tax decrease.  

According to the report a possible contributing factor in the race for campaign contributions from investors is the fact that many of them reside in the Democratic strongholds of New York City, Boston, Chicago and San Francisco — all of which have come under attack by Trump. According to Ed Mills, policy analyst at Raymond James, “The bigger deal is where you live versus where you work. It’s as simple as that.” The flood of cash to Biden is all the more surprising in that investors are wary of another “Blue wave” election like the one in 2018 that led to a Democratic takeover of the House and a narrowing of the difference between Democratic and Republican seats in the Senate.Despite reports that Biden is likely to increase corporate taxes should he win, CNN reports investment banks still prefer the former vice president to the volatile Trump.“For instance, Biden has raised $156,584 from individuals at Goldman Sachs, according to OpenSecrets. With just $11,943 in contributions, Trump ranks a staggering 45th among federal campaign recipients — well behind House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, US Senator Lindsey Graham, Graham’s opponent Jaime Harrison and Andrew Yang, a CNN political commentator who has called for universal basic income,” the report states, adding, “At Citigroup, Trump has been outraised by Biden as well as Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sanders, Yang, vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris and US Senator Doug Jones.” “It’s not just Wall Street that is snubbing Trump,” the CNN report continues.

“The broader sector encompassing finance, insurance and real estate also tilts heavily blue, sending $86.7 million to Biden and outside groups that support the Democrat. By contrast, Trump has received only $50.4 million from the finance sector. Trump is even narrowly trailing Biden in fundraising from real estate, the industry where he made a name for himself on the national stage. Biden and outside groups aligned with him have raised $19.8 million from real estate, compared with $16.7 million for Trump.”You can read more here.
Usually a Democrat climbing into the sack with Wallstreet and the military industrial complex would be met with derision. You have sold your souls.
 
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Cannonpointer » 25 Sep 2020, 7:30 pm » wrote: No religious test may be used in deciding a government seat - no LEGAL scholar would consider disclosing that which the law prohibits them being asked.

Dumb ****.

The rest was rubbish. Grow some balls and call her a racist, you **** coward.
They should just jump right into rapist. Racist has lost it's power due to overuse. Rapist hasn't enjoyed such normalization. 


 
 
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RickyTavy » 24 Sep 2020, 11:50 am » wrote: Thank you for going one post in a row without using sexual deviancy to deflect from your cowardly bigotry and the admitted cowardice that you have to use your  mod powers to unpin my threads in hopes that while you cannot compete fairly, you can at least be a minor annoyance, a gnat, in an effort to avenge your wounded pride, such as it is.  Luckily, your stupidity prevents you from being aware of the way you are admitting how I own your twitchy ***.
I have never seen any claim of mod abuse substantiated. 
 
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Cannonpointer » 25 Sep 2020, 8:47 pm » wrote: I understand she also scissored her face.
Yep.


 And Amy likes beer.  
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simplejack » 25 Sep 2020, 6:55 am » wrote: The cheatin' lyin' commie inbred conturds will be headed for the border come January.At gunpoint!

Not seeing illegal aliens getting thrown in ovens. I do see democrats supporting the modern day brown shirts, or as they call them, mostly peaceful protesters. 
 
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Misty » 24 Sep 2020, 9:25 pm » wrote: They keep saying don't listen to Trump.
He's just talking.
But he has a bunch of Republican enablers in Congress who are more than willing to help him carry out his wishes.
They are complicit in the dismantling of our democracy.

We are going to have an unprecedented amount of mail-in ballots this election, and Scott wants them all counted within 24 hours which he knows is totally impossible.
Why?
He wants to prevent boxes of ballots from mysteriously being found after election night.
 
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Squatchman » 25 Sep 2020, 4:55 am » wrote: Still with the conspiracy theories?
Hard to call what has been happening to Trump a conspiracy theory; its more like a study in sedition and resistance. Obviously you think the sedition is warranted by the situation, I disagree. We are well past the point that you can deny it's existence. 

As for national unsolicited mail in voting? It's unknown if there will be massive fraud or not. It's never been done so there are some unknowns. What isn't an unknown is that there are millions of illegal aliens, legal aliens, deceased people, people who have moved, felons, and minors on the voting rolls. What is known is that, if we send ballots to ineligible persons, it can reasonably be assumed some will return the ballots unaware of their ineligible status. It's unknown how prevalent ineligible voters returning ballots will be.
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