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svg25ssm Posted - 01/11/2018 : 6:34:13 PM
Donald wound em up again.LOL.
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spasmcreek Posted - 01/15/2018 : 4:43:15 PM
we sure do not teach anything in school about the reality of living here vs there.....
serf Posted - 01/15/2018 : 3:51:26 PM
quote:
Originally posted by select-fire

Facts are Facts... I would think those complainers.. would need a grand tour of those places..



It's how you say it. That is his biggest problem with the liberal media and liberal politicians when they jump all over his quote.

White males cannot be so forthright in language anymore and they even hate IQ ratings and will contest what I post but it would not give them any reason to say it derogatory but only Scientific evidence that they feel is misguided.

serf

Dads3040 Posted - 01/15/2018 : 3:47:48 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

quote:
Originally posted by droptop

quote:
Originally posted by Ford 23

From Rolling Stone--article about past Presidents making similar words as Trump

https://www.cnsnews.com/blog/craig-bannister/flashback-rolling-stone-defends-obama-calling-romney-bullshtter-its-magazine

I attempted to copy and paste the list no success
Some way more nasty as Trump


Your cutter-outer must not be working correctly

Rolling Stone even justified Obama calling Romney a “bullbababooeyter” – because “the dirty word is more precise.”

The magazine then listed examples of vulgarity employed by a host of presidents, vice-presidents and presidential candidates:

Abraham Lincoln: "There is nothing to make an Englishman poop quicker than the sight of General George Washington."

Barack Obama: “Obama really drew the ire of the pious, calling opponent Mitt Romney a ‘cow cookiester.’ Sometimes the dirty word is the most precise.”

Joe Biden: "This is a big f**king deal."

Dick Cheney: “Cheney reportedly told Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy to ‘go f**k [himself]’”

George W. Bush: “Commented on the presence of New York Times reporter Adam Clymer. Believing he had an audience of one, Bush called Clymer a ‘major-league jerk.’”

Barack Obama: "I don't think I should take any bababooey from anybody on that, do you?"

Richard Nixon: “The Watergate tapes put the phrase ‘expletive deleted’ on the map.”

Lyndon Johnson: "I do know the difference between chicken bababooey and chicken salad,"

John F. Kennedy: "This is obviously a f**k-up."

Harry Truman: “In Truman's eyes, General Douglas MacArthur was a "dumb son of a bitch," and Nixon was ‘a shifty-eyed dirtyed liar.’”




The real obscenity does not lie in the terminology POTUS used.

The significant point is not whether he used a word to describe nations that represent failed states, poverty, disease, or anything else.

The point is that he asked why the US should accept people from those areas as immigrants, apparently equating human character and/ or capacity with their physical location, race, or place of birth.

Keep majoring upon the minors of the quote and you will never get to the real nub of the issue... the ignorant and despicable outlook and statement.


What you and other leftists refuse to address is just how, and who, made those countries the crapholes they are. Either the residents are completely clueless, blameless, and powerless...or they and their culture are some, or all, of the problem.

We are told over and over of the great and priceless asset these folks are for us here as a minority. Yet in each and EVERY country where they are a majority...the country is a Sheethole. Why is that?

Got a C&P that addresses the question?
select-fire Posted - 01/15/2018 : 1:01:45 PM
Facts are Facts... I would think those complainers.. would need a grand tour of those places..
Mr. Perfect Posted - 01/15/2018 : 12:53:47 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-42671153

One more swamp dweller on the out. Good!
mag00 Posted - 01/15/2018 : 12:26:55 PM
quote:
Originally posted by serf

quote:
Originally posted by mag00

My hyphenated-American heritage is higher than the USA on both sides of my family.

And quite interestingly, looks like Barz is finally agreeing with what Trump said.



But character assassination is just a dumb way of saying it! Now all the libertards need votes, however, to sit on top of the pyramid. They can play the democracy game better than Republicans.

That's why you don't need I.D. to vote in America.The devil is always in the details.

serf



Sorry, I didn't mean to offend Trump.
serf Posted - 01/15/2018 : 12:20:04 PM
quote:
Originally posted by mjrfd99

S***hole countries are just like our s***hole cities. Truth sucks huh?
Camden or Kingston, Baltimore or Haiti = Ruined by their own while their own victimize their own.
Sounds exactly like the demonrat plantation of Newark NJ.




The system needs to appear to be compassionate and caring for all people regardless of their apparent lack of aspirations and use of knowledge. They just can't pay for it right now, however.

People will always want more regardless of others. It's in our DNA. They say they will make money the old fashion way,we earned it.

serf

https://hbr.org/2018/01/how-automation-will-change-work-purpose-and-meaning

Part of the challenge, as economist Brian Arthur recently proposed, “will not be an economic one but a political one.” How are the spoils of technology to be distributed? Arthur points to today’s political turmoil in the U.S. and Europe as partly a result of the chasms between elites and the rest of society. Later this century, societies will discover how to distribute the productive benefits of technology for two primary reasons: because it will be easier and because they must. Over time, technology will enable more production with less sacrifice. Meanwhile, history suggests that concentration of wealth in too few hands leads to social pressures that will either be addressed through politics or violence or both.
mjrfd99 Posted - 01/15/2018 : 08:31:35 AM
S***hole countries are just like our s***hole cities. Truth sucks huh?
Camden or Kingston, Baltimore or Haiti = Ruined by their own while their own victimize their own.
Sounds exactly like the demonrat plantation of Newark NJ.
serf Posted - 01/14/2018 : 8:55:41 PM
quote:
Originally posted by mag00

My hyphenated-American heritage is higher than the USA on both sides of my family.

And quite interestingly, looks like Barz is finally agreeing with what Trump said.



But character assassination is just a dumb way of saying it! Now all the libertards need votes, however, to sit on top of the pyramid. They can play the democracy game better than Republicans.

That's why you don't need I.D. to vote in America.The devil is always in the details.

serf
mag00 Posted - 01/14/2018 : 8:42:43 PM
My hyphenated-American heritage is higher than the USA on both sides of my family.

And quite interestingly, looks like Barz is finally agreeing with what Trump said.
serf Posted - 01/14/2018 : 8:17:15 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

quote:
Originally posted by droptop

quote:
Originally posted by Ford 23

From Rolling Stone--article about past Presidents making similar words as Trump

https://www.cnsnews.com/blog/craig-bannister/flashback-rolling-stone-defends-obama-calling-romney-bullshtter-its-magazine

I attempted to copy and paste the list no success
Some way more nasty as Trump


Your cutter-outer must not be working correctly

Rolling Stone even justified Obama calling Romney a “bullbababooeyter” – because “the dirty word is more precise.”

The magazine then listed examples of vulgarity employed by a host of presidents, vice-presidents and presidential candidates:

Abraham Lincoln: "There is nothing to make an Englishman poop quicker than the sight of General George Washington."

Barack Obama: “Obama really drew the ire of the pious, calling opponent Mitt Romney a ‘cow cookiester.’ Sometimes the dirty word is the most precise.”

Joe Biden: "This is a big f**king deal."

Dick Cheney: “Cheney reportedly told Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy to ‘go f**k [himself]’”

George W. Bush: “Commented on the presence of New York Times reporter Adam Clymer. Believing he had an audience of one, Bush called Clymer a ‘major-league jerk.’”

Barack Obama: "I don't think I should take any bababooey from anybody on that, do you?"

Richard Nixon: “The Watergate tapes put the phrase ‘expletive deleted’ on the map.”

Lyndon Johnson: "I do know the difference between chicken bababooey and chicken salad,"

John F. Kennedy: "This is obviously a f**k-up."

Harry Truman: “In Truman's eyes, General Douglas MacArthur was a "dumb son of a bitch," and Nixon was ‘a shifty-eyed dirtyed liar.’”




The real obscenity does not lie in the terminology POTUS used.

The significant point is not whether he used a word to describe nations that represent failed states, poverty, disease, or anything else.

The point is that he asked why the US should accept people from those areas as immigrants, apparently equating human character and/ or capacity with their physical location, race, or place of birth.

Keep majoring upon the minors of the quote and you will never get to the real nub of the issue... the ignorant and despicable outlook and statement.



Trump needs to use numbers instead of words!

serf

https://iq-research.info/en/page/average-iq-by-country

1 Hong Kong Hong Kong 108
1 Singapore Singapore 108
2 South Korea South Korea 106
3 Japan Japan 105
3 China China 105
4 Taiwan Taiwan 104
5 Italy Italy 102
6 Iceland Iceland 101
6 Mongolia Mongolia 101
6 Switzerland Switzerland 101
7 Austria Austria 100
7 Luxembourg Luxembourg 100
7 Netherlands Netherlands 100
7 Norway Norway 100
7 United Kingdom United Kingdom 100
8 Belgium Belgium 99
8 Canada Canada 99
8 Estonia Estonia 99
8 Finland Finland 99
8 Germany Germany 99
8 Poland Poland 99
8 Sweden Sweden 99
9 Andorra Andorra 98
9 Australia Australia 98
9 Czech Republic Czech Republic 98
9 Denmark Denmark 98
9 France France 98
9 Hungary Hungary 98
9 Latvia Latvia 98
9 Spain Spain 98
9 United States United States 98
10 Belarus Belarus 97
10 Malta Malta 97
10 Russia Russia 97
10 Ukraine Ukraine 97
11 Moldova Moldova 96
11 Slovakia Slovakia 96
11 Slovenia Slovenia 96
11 Uruguay Uruguay 96
12 Israel Israel 95
12 Portugal Portugal 95
13 Armenia Armenia 94
13 Georgia Georgia 94
13 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 94
13 Romania Romania 94
13 Vietnam Vietnam 94
14 Argentina Argentina 93
14 Bulgaria Bulgaria 93
15 Greece Greece 92
15 Ireland Ireland 92
15 Malaysia Malaysia 92
16 Brunei Brunei 91
16 Cambodia Cambodia 91
16 Cyprus Cyprus 91
16 Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 91
16 Lithuania Lithuania 91
16 Sierra Leone Sierra Leone 91
16 Thailand Thailand 91
17 Albania Albania 90
17 Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 90
17 Chile Chile 90
17 Croatia Croatia 90
17 Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan 90
17 Turkey Turkey 90
18 Costa Rica Costa Rica 89
18 Laos Laos 89
18 Mauritius Mauritius 89
18 Serbia Serbia 89
18 Suriname Suriname 89
19 Ecuador Ecuador 88
19 Mexico Mexico 88
19 Samoa Samoa 88
20 Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 87
20 Bolivia Bolivia 87
20 Nauru Nauru 87
20 Guyana Guyana 87
20 Indonesia Indonesia 87
20 Iraq Iraq 87
20 Myanmar Myanmar 87
20 Tajikistan Tajikistan 87
20 Turkmenistan Turkmenistan 87
20 Uzbekistan Uzbekistan 87
21 Kuwait Kuwait 86
21 Philippines Philippines 86
21 Seychelles Seychelles 86
21 Tonga Tonga 86
22 Cuba Cuba 85
22 Eritrea Eritrea 85
22 Fiji Fiji 85
22 Kiribati Kiribati 85
22 Peru Peru 85
22 Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 85
22 Yemen Yemen 85
23 Afghanistan Afghanistan 84
23 The Bahamas The Bahamas 84
23 Belize Belize 84
23 Colombia Colombia 84
23 Iran Iran 84
23 Jordan Jordan 84
23 Marshall Islands Marshall Islands 84
23 Micronesia Micronesia 84
23 Morocco Morocco 84
23 Nigeria Nigeria 84
23 Pakistan Pakistan 84
23 Panama Panama 84
23 Paraguay Paraguay 84
23 Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 84
23 Solomon Islands Solomon Islands 84
23 Uganda Uganda 84
23 United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates 84
23 Vanuatu Vanuatu 84
23 Venezuela Venezuela 84
24 Algeria Algeria 83
24 Bahrain Bahrain 83
24 Libya Libya 83
24 Oman Oman 83
24 Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea 83
24 Syria Syria 83
24 Tunisia Tunisia 83
25 Bangladesh Bangladesh 82
25 Dominican Republic Dominican Republic 82
25 India India 82
25 Lebanon Lebanon 82
25 Madagascar Madagascar 82
25 Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 82
26 Egypt Egypt 81
26 Honduras Honduras 81
26 Maldives Maldives 81
26 Nicaragua Nicaragua 81
27 Barbados Barbados 80
27 Bhutan Bhutan 80
27 El Salvador El Salvador 80
27 Kenya Kenya 80
28 Guatemala Guatemala 79
28 Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 79
28 Zambia Zambia 79
29 Democratic Republic of the Congo Democratic Republic of the Congo 78
29 Nepal Nepal 78
29 Qatar Qatar 78
30 Comoros Comoros 77
30 South Africa South Africa 77
31 Cape Verde Cape Verde 76
31 Congo Congo 76
31 Mauritania Mauritania 76
31 Senegal Senegal 76
32 Mali Mali 74
32 Namibia Namibia 74
33 Ghana Ghana 73
34 Tanzania Tanzania 72
35 Central African Republic Central African Republic 71
35 Jamaica Jamaica 71
35 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 71
35 Sudan Sudan 71
36 Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda 70
36 Benin Benin 70
36 Botswana Botswana 70
36 Rwanda Rwanda 70
36 Togo Togo 70
37 Burundi Burundi 69
37 Côte d'Ivoire Côte d'Ivoire 69
37 Ethiopia Ethiopia 69
37 Malawi Malawi 69
37 Niger Niger 69
38 Angola Angola 68
38 Burkina Faso Burkina Faso 68
38 Chad Chad 68
38 Djibouti Djibouti 68
38 Somalia Somalia 68
38 Swaziland Swaziland 68
39 Dominica Dominica 67
39 Guinea Guinea 67
39 Guinea-Bissau Guinea-Bissau 67
39 Haiti Haiti 67
39 Lesotho Lesotho 67
39 Liberia Liberia 67
39 Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Kitts and Nevis 67
39 São Tomé and Príncipe São Tomé and Príncipe 67
40 The Gambia The Gambia 66
41 Cameroon Cameroon 64
41 Gabon Gabon 64
41 Mozambique Mozambique 64
42 Saint Lucia Saint Lucia 62
43 Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinea 59
Barzillia Posted - 01/14/2018 : 6:52:01 PM
quote:
Originally posted by droptop

quote:
Originally posted by Ford 23

From Rolling Stone--article about past Presidents making similar words as Trump

https://www.cnsnews.com/blog/craig-bannister/flashback-rolling-stone-defends-obama-calling-romney-bullshtter-its-magazine

I attempted to copy and paste the list no success
Some way more nasty as Trump


Your cutter-outer must not be working correctly

Rolling Stone even justified Obama calling Romney a “bullbababooeyter” – because “the dirty word is more precise.”

The magazine then listed examples of vulgarity employed by a host of presidents, vice-presidents and presidential candidates:

Abraham Lincoln: "There is nothing to make an Englishman poop quicker than the sight of General George Washington."

Barack Obama: “Obama really drew the ire of the pious, calling opponent Mitt Romney a ‘cow cookiester.’ Sometimes the dirty word is the most precise.”

Joe Biden: "This is a big f**king deal."

Dick Cheney: “Cheney reportedly told Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy to ‘go f**k [himself]’”

George W. Bush: “Commented on the presence of New York Times reporter Adam Clymer. Believing he had an audience of one, Bush called Clymer a ‘major-league jerk.’”

Barack Obama: "I don't think I should take any bababooey from anybody on that, do you?"

Richard Nixon: “The Watergate tapes put the phrase ‘expletive deleted’ on the map.”

Lyndon Johnson: "I do know the difference between chicken bababooey and chicken salad,"

John F. Kennedy: "This is obviously a f**k-up."

Harry Truman: “In Truman's eyes, General Douglas MacArthur was a "dumb son of a bitch," and Nixon was ‘a shifty-eyed dirtyed liar.’”




The real obscenity does not lie in the terminology POTUS used.

The significant point is not whether he used a word to describe nations that represent failed states, poverty, disease, or anything else.

The point is that he asked why the US should accept people from those areas as immigrants, apparently equating human character and/ or capacity with their physical location, race, or place of birth.

Keep majoring upon the minors of the quote and you will never get to the real nub of the issue... the ignorant and despicable outlook and statement.
droptop Posted - 01/14/2018 : 11:56:46 AM
CNN is cursing up a S***load of BullS*** and appears to be enjoying themselves while shoveling S*** as fast as possible, what a bunch of S***holes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkkKzKAa7-w
Don McManus Posted - 01/14/2018 : 10:45:04 AM
quote:
Originally posted by dakotashooter2

In mamy of those countries the people are truly worse than wild animals.



Do you say Mammy?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PIaj7FNHnjQ
Barzillia Posted - 01/14/2018 : 09:26:21 AM
https://fas.org/sgp/crs/homesec/R42048.pdf
Captplaid Posted - 01/14/2018 : 08:00:37 AM
All he did was suggest we import a few more Norwegians and everyone loses their minds.
dakotashooter2 Posted - 01/14/2018 : 01:59:41 AM
In mamy of those countries the people are truly worse than wild animals.
Laredo Lefty Posted - 01/14/2018 : 01:11:24 AM
Yep, he probably said it....... so what. He was speaking the truth, that's all that matters to me.
Marc1301 Posted - 01/13/2018 : 8:13:50 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

quote:
Originally posted by Marc1301

I know two 'former Marine officers' personally that run businesses in this area, and they are far from honorable men.

Simply having been in the military does not automatically make one honorable, nor does never having served make one less likely to be honorable.

Generalizations usually suck.



It really doesn't matter who you know. Two out of a sample of tens of thousands leaves a lot to be desired if you are thinking along the lines you seem to be taking. I don't think that is also the approach you take at Memorial Day. Or is it ?

It is not the service, but the quality of service, that matters.

As far as I can tell, the man has served honorably in both the military, as well as foreign, service. It is reasonable that the vetting process for an Ambassador would have revealed less than honorable service, I think.

You can believe whatever you want to about the value of those things in assessing character.

But the point was actually that when compared to someone who is known to be openly abusive and fallacious in their reasoning, when it comes to having to make a comparative decision about the credibility or value of a persons statements and actions, those things are certainly within the realm of appropriate considerations.

You do it however you want.


I'm going to try my best to get to a point where I care even less than I do now about what you think. I'd let you know if I'm able to get there except for one thing,....I don't care enough to bother.
mag00 Posted - 01/13/2018 : 6:10:12 PM
quote:
Originally posted by SG

What a snowflake...



LOL, I have the same "issue", I don't speak snowflake either.

Just point out their flaws using their rules, and watch them melt down and make stuff up, true GB fun.
35 Whelen Posted - 01/13/2018 : 6:08:49 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

quote:
Originally posted by dcon12

quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

Somehow, I think the opinion of a Marine Corps officer (and Trump appointee to the Diplomatic Corps) might be a little bit more honorable and informed than yours.




Why? Don



Because honorable and informed opinions are usually not characterized by abusive terminology and fallacious reasoning.




A simple solution to that would be to stop posting entirely.
SG Posted - 01/13/2018 : 6:01:44 PM
What a snowflake...
Barzillia Posted - 01/13/2018 : 5:03:01 PM
quote:
Originally posted by mag00

quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

quote:
Originally posted by mag00

quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

quote:
Originally posted by dcon12

quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

Somehow, I think the opinion of a Marine Corps officer (and Trump appointee to the Diplomatic Corps) might be a little bit more honorable and informed than yours.




Why? Don




Because honorable and informed opinions are usually not characterized by abusive terminology and fallacious reasoning.




Quit abusing me with your generalizations.




Q.E.D.



Again, just your opinion which by your owner manual says if I don't like it it must be false and abusive.

But this is why most that like Trump like him. He says it like it is, not abusive, not fallacious, just the way it is, then says what he wants to do to get it fixed, only to be obstructed by the democrats and rhinos.

Here's the thing, if you don't like his lowbrow language, hire an interpreter Most of us know exactly what he is talking about.




Try reading with comprehension.

You are neither the original poster, posting immediately above my remark, or POTUS. Two of those individuals were not the subject of my post.

However, if you want to wedge yourself into the universe of my post, feel free, but it is foolish to then complain if you have made yourself silly in doing so.
Barzillia Posted - 01/13/2018 : 4:56:34 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Marc1301

I know two 'former Marine officers' personally that run businesses in this area, and they are far from honorable men.

Simply having been in the military does not automatically make one honorable, nor does never having served make one less likely to be honorable.

Generalizations usually suck.



It really doesn't matter who you know. Two out of a sample of tens of thousands leaves a lot to be desired if you are thinking along the lines you seem to be taking. I don't think that is also the approach you take at Memorial Day. Or is it ?

It is not the service, but the quality of service, that matters.

As far as I can tell, the man has served honorably in both the military, as well as foreign, service. It is reasonable that the vetting process for an Ambassador would have revealed less than honorable service, I think.

You can believe whatever you want to about the value of those things in assessing character.

But the point was actually that when compared to someone who is known to be openly abusive and fallacious in their reasoning, when it comes to having to make a comparative decision about the credibility or value of a persons statements and actions, those things are certainly within the realm of appropriate considerations.

You do it however you want.
droptop Posted - 01/13/2018 : 4:55:41 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Ford 23

From Rolling Stone--article about past Presidents making similar words as Trump

https://www.cnsnews.com/blog/craig-bannister/flashback-rolling-stone-defends-obama-calling-romney-bullshtter-its-magazine

I attempted to copy and paste the list no success
Some way more nasty as Trump


Your cutter-outer must not be working correctly

Rolling Stone even justified Obama calling Romney a “bullbababooeyter” – because “the dirty word is more precise.”

The magazine then listed examples of vulgarity employed by a host of presidents, vice-presidents and presidential candidates:

Abraham Lincoln: "There is nothing to make an Englishman poop quicker than the sight of General George Washington."

Barack Obama: “Obama really drew the ire of the pious, calling opponent Mitt Romney a ‘cow cookiester.’ Sometimes the dirty word is the most precise.”

Joe Biden: "This is a big f**king deal."

Dick Cheney: “Cheney reportedly told Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy to ‘go f**k [himself]’”

George W. Bush: “Commented on the presence of New York Times reporter Adam Clymer. Believing he had an audience of one, Bush called Clymer a ‘major-league jerk.’”

Barack Obama: "I don't think I should take any bababooey from anybody on that, do you?"

Richard Nixon: “The Watergate tapes put the phrase ‘expletive deleted’ on the map.”

Lyndon Johnson: "I do know the difference between chicken bababooey and chicken salad,"

John F. Kennedy: "This is obviously a f**k-up."

Harry Truman: “In Truman's eyes, General Douglas MacArthur was a "dumb son of a bitch," and Nixon was ‘a shifty-eyed dirtyed liar.’”
mag00 Posted - 01/13/2018 : 4:39:51 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

quote:
Originally posted by mag00

quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

quote:
Originally posted by dcon12

quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

Somehow, I think the opinion of a Marine Corps officer (and Trump appointee to the Diplomatic Corps) might be a little bit more honorable and informed than yours.




Why? Don




Because honorable and informed opinions are usually not characterized by abusive terminology and fallacious reasoning.




Quit abusing me with your generalizations.




Q.E.D.



Again, just your opinion which by your owner manual says if I don't like it it must be false and abusive.

But this is why most that like Trump like him. He says it like it is, not abusive, not fallacious, just the way it is, then says what he wants to do to get it fixed, only to be obstructed by the democrats and rhinos.

Here's the thing, if you don't like his lowbrow language, hire an interpreter Most of us know exactly what he is talking about.
SG Posted - 01/13/2018 : 2:49:01 PM
Don't forget to check your s**t for s**hole AIDS! LMAO

https://youtu.be/l7sKwCnlDc0
nutfinn Posted - 01/13/2018 : 2:40:46 PM
MAGA - He says is like it is
Marc1301 Posted - 01/13/2018 : 2:19:33 PM
I know two 'former Marine officers' personally that run businesses in this area, and they are far from honorable men.

Simply having been in the military does not automatically make one honorable, nor does never having served make one less likely to be honorable.

Generalizations usually suck.
serf Posted - 01/13/2018 : 1:59:30 PM
He is just not going along with the Program but he is flaunting his power before others that have a different agenda. If he doesn't watch out they are going to take him out one way or another. Pence may be president sooner that later.

serf
Barzillia Posted - 01/13/2018 : 1:44:22 PM
quote:
Originally posted by mag00

quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

quote:
Originally posted by dcon12

quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

Somehow, I think the opinion of a Marine Corps officer (and Trump appointee to the Diplomatic Corps) might be a little bit more honorable and informed than yours.




Why? Don



Because honorable and informed opinions are usually not characterized by abusive terminology and fallacious reasoning.




Quit abusing me with your generalizations.




Q.E.D.
Dads3040 Posted - 01/13/2018 : 1:28:35 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

Somehow, I think the opinion of a Marine Corps officer (and Trump appointee to the Diplomatic Corps) might be a little bit more honorable and informed than yours.


Why? Because the guy served in the Marines before becoming a "career diplomat", it exalts his opinions and actions forevermore?

There are quite a number of people who served honorably in the military, and then went on to become leftists, statists, and worse. It turns out military service does not guarantee someone will never be a Dumas, politically or otherwise.
mag00 Posted - 01/13/2018 : 1:03:58 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

quote:
Originally posted by dcon12

quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

Somehow, I think the opinion of a Marine Corps officer (and Trump appointee to the Diplomatic Corps) might be a little bit more honorable and informed than yours.




Why? Don



Because honorable and informed opinions are usually not characterized by abusive terminology and fallacious reasoning.




Quit abusing me with your generalizations.
Barzillia Posted - 01/13/2018 : 12:44:38 PM
quote:
Originally posted by dcon12

quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

Somehow, I think the opinion of a Marine Corps officer (and Trump appointee to the Diplomatic Corps) might be a little bit more honorable and informed than yours.




Why? Don



Because honorable and informed opinions are usually not characterized by abusive terminology and fallacious reasoning.
dcon12 Posted - 01/13/2018 : 11:09:37 AM
quote:
Originally posted by Barzillia

Somehow, I think the opinion of a Marine Corps officer (and Trump appointee to the Diplomatic Corps) might be a little bit more honorable and informed than yours.




Why? Don
Captplaid Posted - 01/13/2018 : 10:29:14 AM
Today Donald Trump will say "Democrats need to stop acting like a bunch of pussies."
TooBig Posted - 01/13/2018 : 10:12:17 AM
Saw a blip on the TV where all the black Politicians were all in a uproar so I have to ask them what have they done to help their poor Constituents besides keep them on the plantations and fill their pockets. Every American should sound off and tell the Politicians to support Americans not Illegals.
MSMBC was full of Politicians sounding off and some report are saying B.Clinton and Obama have said about the same thing but nobody said a thing about it


Trump summed up the weakness of America- we’re far too nice. We think about everyone, but our own people and our own taxpayers. Why on earth would we allow the world’s poor, unskilled, desperate and dependent masses to come into our country, while we’re $20 trillion in debt? Those days are over. It’s time to be picky and choosy.

We don’t have enough jobs for middle class Americans. We don’t have enough money for poor Americans. We have no obligation or need to let in more people who desperately need to use up our resources and our hard-earned taxpayer money. It’s time for “America First.” It’s time for extreme vetting. It’s time to cut off “Visa lotteries.” It’s time to let in skilled craftsman from Norway, and business owners from China, and doctors from Israel.
NeoBlackdog Posted - 01/13/2018 : 09:31:29 AM
quote:
Originally posted by Captplaid

Democrats need to stop acting like a bunch of pussies.


They're not acting!
Barzillia Posted - 01/13/2018 : 09:02:51 AM
Somehow, I think the opinion of a Marine Corps officer (and Trump appointee to the Diplomatic Corps) might be a little bit more honorable and informed than yours.
mjrfd99 Posted - 01/13/2018 : 08:48:31 AM


^^^ and there ya go.
Those countries are s***holes just like our demonrat failres of Baltimore-Chicago-St Louis-Newark and 100's more run to ruin s***holes. S***heads run all the S***holes.
The demonrat desperation on the "news" is hilarious. "RACIST RACIST RACIST!!!"
The truth is a bitch to crybaby knutties.
Barzillia Posted - 01/13/2018 : 08:20:02 AM
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-42671153
Captplaid Posted - 01/13/2018 : 04:12:17 AM
Democrats need to stop acting like a bunch of pussies.
Ford 23 Posted - 01/13/2018 : 02:25:01 AM
From Rolling Stone--article about past Presidents making similar words as Trump

https://www.cnsnews.com/blog/craig-bannister/flashback-rolling-stone-defends-obama-calling-romney-bullshtter-its-magazine

I attempted to copy and paste the list no success
Some way more nasty as Trump
mag00 Posted - 01/12/2018 : 11:44:16 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Don McManus

quote:
Originally posted by bullshot



While I agree wholeheartedly with Trumps remarks (100%) the remark was surely less than presidential






Yes it was, but dollars to snowflake these ‘offended’ Senators say the same thing in a safe situation.

Trumps only mistake was believing he was talking to a group of adults who actually wanted to accomplish something rather than agenda driven hacks looking for political advantage. He shouldn’t have said it, but more importantly it should not have been leaked.



I don't know about that. PC snoflake and libturbs have been trying to shame us regular people for a long time. I think it is absolutely presidential to speak to the people honestly and in plain language.

It's the other behavior that is not presidential, but political. Let's get politics out of governance.
kimi Posted - 01/12/2018 : 11:27:58 PM
quote:
Originally posted by gearheaddad

As a gun loving, God Loving Deplorable tax payer, I love what Trump says. Oh Hell Yeah!
I agree 100% with his feelings. Absolutely!
I like that he has no filters. He's like "Uncle Ed" at the family dinner table after a few Whiskeys.
I'm Uncle Ed.
And I'm Damn proud of it.



Captplaid Posted - 01/12/2018 : 11:23:08 PM
If Jeff Sessions has some indictments to hand out, Monday would be a good day.
gearheaddad Posted - 01/12/2018 : 10:56:06 PM
quote:
Originally posted by 35 Whelen







Perfect!
35 Whelen Posted - 01/12/2018 : 10:20:07 PM


jimdeere Posted - 01/12/2018 : 9:37:00 PM
Yet all those celebrities can say “f... Trump” and the media adores them?
Don McManus Posted - 01/12/2018 : 9:31:23 PM
quote:
Originally posted by bullshot



While I agree wholeheartedly with Trumps remarks (100%) the remark was surely less than presidential






Yes it was, but dollars to snowflake these ‘offended’ Senators say the same thing in a safe situation.

Trumps only mistake was believing he was talking to a group of adults who actually wanted to accomplish something rather than agenda driven hacks looking for political advantage. He shouldn’t have said it, but more importantly it should not have been leaked.

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