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« Reply #105 on: Feb 21st, 2017, 6:27pm »

Thanks Sys and Gort. If you can't refute the facts, attack the messenger.

So where do you guys stand on the real burning question: catsup or steak sauce?

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« Reply #106 on: Feb 22nd, 2017, 08:10am »

on Feb 21st, 2017, 6:27pm, bonehead wrote:
Thanks Sys and Gort. If you can't refute the facts, attack the messenger.

So where do you guys stand on the real burning question: catsup or steak sauce?

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Just try to follow even a hint of logic in what this woman is saying. This is typical of the Obama/Hillary/Kerry/Democrat/liberal mindset and the way they think. And you wonder why itís impossible to have a discussion with a liberal? Facts? The only fact I see here is that you canít discuss politics with a liberal. They have their own interpretation of reality.

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« Reply #107 on: Feb 22nd, 2017, 10:30am »

on Feb 21st, 2017, 1:19pm, MrGort wrote:
SNL is hiring and looking for good skit writers. Your talents can be put to good use there.

Osama bin laden would still be alive today if he had only said 3 words before he was shot

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Uh.. isn't that four words, MrGort...?

I'm reading through this thread, and I must say it's a joy to see the quality of reasoning and perspective in the debate. Great input guys!

Just to clarify my position, I do not wish to compare the persons Hitler and Donald Trump, merely felt some of President Trump's latest addresses reminded me of the great national socialist demagogues. It's how I felt he SOUNDED. I do not yet know (with all due respect to Bonehead's persuasive analysis) what kind of man he really is.

And before this cat gets served with favorite condiments: I do not side with Trump nor with his US liberal (plus a few Republican) critics, but with a Friendly People. I want America to be well, and am leaning towards finding ways to help rather than hinder/aggravate to distraction this new pres.


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« Reply #108 on: Feb 22nd, 2017, 11:46pm »

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« Reply #109 on: Feb 23rd, 2017, 09:25am »

on Feb 19th, 2017, 10:53am, LoneGunMan wrote:
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I note that style (to be perfectly blunt) is aggressively demagogue and gives me flashbacks to a Goebbels and Hitler shocked. It's most undemocratic content imo is placing CNN and "the opposition" = Hillary voters kinda outside of 'The People'. And that's bad, people. Not good...
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Haven't they put themselves in that position? The reactions of the press and the 'opposition' hasn't been this outrageous since Lincoln!

When were the riots after Obama was elected with a large percentage of Republicans thought we got screwed? Where were the riots and burning and destruction of the 'Tea' Party' ??

The connections of the media directly to the Democratic machine and specifically the Kilinton cartel are starting to show themselves! Rats are starting to jump the ship!

We'll see who's crazy and just who has been misdirecting who in the near future!

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Lone, reading your post I am with you on many levels. But I think it's not about who is "crazy" versus "not crazy", again I tend to call all of us human beings a little crazy (constitutes the bread and butter of Psychologists/Psychiatrists): what worries me is voters kinda slipping in a president/premier who is just plain bad.

'Nother level: I have found Trump's claims about CNN to be not entirely unsubstantiated. Did so by first listening to CNN reporting on his addresses (East Room where he supposedly got unhinged and Florida rally), then listened SEVERAL TIMES to the actual thing, addresses themselves!

They differed TREMENDOUSDOUSLY!! The CNN version made him look like a hilarious yet scary nutcase. The full recording made him look extremely right-wing yet coherent and in his own peculiar way working toward a (controversial) vision for America.

I do see him making sense regarding how to deal with Islam, how to prosper as a nation and support (long overdue!) police and the military. On the negative side he sounds aggressive and overbearing, a matter of style and personality. Or maybe he ought to FIRE his speechwriter and that Bannon dude?

Also, it seemed the guy in one of his inimitable stumbles managed to get it right(!) on Swedens' immigrant troubles before the Swedes have caught on themselves! (Many Swedish women KNOW though, just by trying to walk their streets without getting molested...)(And for especially HAL/INT21: most commentators seem to overlook the significance of the recent Swede rioters, purportedly of predominantly immigrant origins, said to 'throw rocks', which imo is the practice of 'stoning' Kafir/unbelievers and sinners, a form a Sharia punishment.)


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« Reply #110 on: Feb 23rd, 2017, 3:15pm »

on Feb 23rd, 2017, 09:25am, purr wrote:
Lone, reading your post I am with you on many levels. But I think it's not about who is "crazy" versus "not crazy", again I tend to call all of us human beings a little crazy (constitutes the bread and butter of Psychologists/Psychiatrists): what worries me is voters kinda slipping in a president/premier who is just plain bad.

'Nother level: I have found Trump's claims about CNN to be not entirely unsubstantiated. Did so by first listening to CNN reporting on his addresses (East Room where he supposedly got unhinged and Florida rally), then listened SEVERAL TIMES to the actual thing, addresses themselves!

They differed TREMENDOUSDOUSLY!! The CNN version made him look like a hilarious yet scary nutcase. The full recording made him look extremely right-wing yet coherent and in his own peculiar way working toward a (controversial) vision for America.

I do see him making sense regarding how to deal with Islam, how to prosper as a nation and support (long overdue!) police and the military. On the negative side he sounds aggressive and overbearing, a matter of style and personality. Or maybe he ought to FIRE his speechwriter and that Bannon dude?

Also, it seemed the guy in one of his inimitable stumbles managed to get it right(!) on Swedens' immigrant troubles before the Swedes have caught on themselves! (Many Swedish women KNOW though, just by trying to walk their streets without getting molested...)(And for especially HAL/INT21: most commentators seem to overlook the significance of the recent Swede rioters, purportedly of predominantly immigrant origins, said to 'throw rocks', which imo is the practice of 'stoning' Kafir/unbelievers and sinners, a form a Sharia punishment.)


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ABC, CBS, and NBC sometimes produce some entertaining shows but their news segments and their cable counterparts, MSNBC, CNBC HLN, CNN, etc. are all to the left sometimes disgustingly so. If you really want to get the real news Fox is the only cable network worth watching. Watters World is particularly entertaining and enlightening and at the same time disturbing as he interviews people (some on college campuses) who presumably would have some basic knowledge of America but are sadly so intellectually depauperate regarding current affairs or Americaís history that itís really disturbing. You should watch it sometime, people who thought we fought the American Revolution in 1980, Lincoln was our first president, and never heard of Vietnam and on and on.
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« Reply #111 on: Feb 23rd, 2017, 3:57pm »

"President Trump brandished executive pen and fresh hyperbole last week in blessing the coal industry's decades-old practice of freely dumping tons of debris into the streams and mountain hollows of America's communities.

The signing ceremony was not just an insult to the benighted coal hamlets of Appalachia, where the industry's dumping of debris down the mountainsides has created a wasteland. It also ignored two truths. One is that by official estimates the rules, while helping the environment, would in fact cost very few jobs --- 260 on average a year offset the same number of jobs for people hired to comply with the rules.

What's been costing jobs in the industry for years --- and this is the second and larger truth --- is a shifting global market in which power plants have turned to cleaner natural gas. In cynically promising the resurgence of King Coal, Mr. Trump might as well have been signing a decree that the whaling industry was being restored to Nantucket.

Picking off these easy targets is only the beginning of the administration's retreat from environmental sanity, using fantasy claims of job creation to cater to the Tea Party's resentment of federal regulation.

One leader of this retreat will be the new boss of the Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt, the former Oklahoma attorney general and aggressive skeptic of climate change who made his political career out of suing the agency he now leads.

Within days of his swearing in, demoralized E.P.A. workers were reminded of Mr. Pruitt's close working ties to the fossil fuel industry as thousands of his emails were released showing his office dealing hand in glove with industry lobbyists.

selected quotes: "Letting Polluters Run Free" --- NYT's EDITORIALS/LETTERS Thursday, February 23, 2017

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« Reply #112 on: Feb 23rd, 2017, 3:59pm »

PRESIDENT TRUMP, AND HIS GANG OF HENCHMEN, ARE ENVIRONMENTAL TERRORISTS!!

WAKE UP PEOPLE!!
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When is someone going to sort out the oversize post that is causing the panning problem ?

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There's no problem on my tablet Hal. It appears normal..


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"And now, things that are Really Happening in the world of Donald Trump.

We bring you this list as a public service. It's easy to be distracted by all the strange/contradictory/awful things the president says. For instance, a lot of people were stunned when he responded to a question about anti-Semitic attacks in the United States by citing his winning numbers in the Electoral College. Then, when the question came up again and he yelled at the reporter who asked it.

Much, much later, Trump did read a statement denouncing racism and anti-Semitism. But even that seemed...worrisome."

selected quotes: "Trump Is Bad For Puppies" --- Gail Collins - NYT's OP-ED, Thursday, February 23, 2017
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FASCIST TRUMP/BANNON TEAM FROM HELL!!
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« Reply #118 on: Feb 23rd, 2017, 5:46pm »

One month in office and you're all crapping your pants. He's getting done exactly what he told all of us he would do! Your just way too used to elected officials who sit on their hands after the election is over!!~

I've bought extra popcorn to watch you slowly lose your minds when he actually does what he promised!

friggin' hilarious!!

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« Reply #119 on: Feb 23rd, 2017, 5:50pm »

Cliff,

It's one of SuruAwe's pictures on his latest thread.

If you use 'search' and ask for the last 50 posts you will find that the text is running off the edge and you have to pan to read it.

Are you going to be able to see the latest aurora ?

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