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interstatepawnllcinterstatepawnllc Member Posts: 9,390
edited May 2017 in Politics
So most have heard Steve Colbert's unhinged rant on television the other night. Too many double standards here to list but I would like to make this one ironic observation.

The gist of Colbert's rant is twofold, he was saying that (a) It's a bad thing that Trump's in bed with Putin and (b) that it is bad to have another man's unit in your mouth.

So where are the light loafered libtards on this one? Where is the LGBT outcry? How is Mr. Colbert NOT swinging from a Starbucks rafter?

This is because either on a conscious or subconscious level slights like this can be overlooked because the person being attacked is (a) non socialist, (b) straight or (c) white.

Marginalized and kicked to the curb, the target on the waspy man's back grows ever larger. The writing is on the wall.

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  • bigoutsidebigoutside Member Posts: 19,443
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by interstatepawnllc
    So most have heard Steve Colbert's unhinged rant on television the other night. Too many double standards here to list but I would like to make this one ironic observation.

    The gist of Colbert's rant is twofold, he was saying that (a) It's a bad thing that Trump's in bed with Putin and (b) that it is bad to have another man's unit in your mouth.

    So where are the light loafered libtards on this one? Where is the LGBT outcry? How is Mr. Colbert NOT swinging from a Starbucks rafter?

    This is because either on a conscious or subconscious level slights like this can be overlooked because the person being attacked is (a) non socialist, (b) straight or (c) white.

    Marginalized and kicked to the curb, the target on the waspy man's back grows ever larger. The writing is on the wall.


    There was a great deal of outcry.
    http://www.nbcnews.com/pop-culture/tv/stephen-colbert-defends-donald-trump-jokes-after-controversy-erupted-n754716

    What news sources did you use?
  • mjrfd99mjrfd99 Member Posts: 4,572 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Double standard as always. As usual the media missed 100 of these last week:
    http://nationalenquirer.com/2017/04/24/50-juveniles-swarm-public-train-rob-people-on-board/
    This one is being ignored too. Area surrounded by ghettos -Go figure.
    https://patch.com/new-jersey/westorange/cops-disperse-hundreds-after-late-night-brouhaha-essex-county-0
    They are EXTREMELY angry because the DNC has brainwashed the idiots forever. Hey when ya can't think for yourself- be led.
    obozo emboldened the low life POS. Blame whites-cops ANYTHING but face the truth---FAILED CULTURE OF VIOLENCE. Give 'em their own country? Just look at Jamaica- http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/lead-stories/20160125/murders-jamaica-higher-hottest-war-zone.
    Is the violence and anti social behavior genetic???
    Lying sacks of $#!& -obozo -rahm- jessie-al and all the other POS say and do nothing about mass murder of their OWN by their OWN.
    Is stupidity-arrogance and self destruction genetic?
  • interstatepawnllcinterstatepawnllc Member Posts: 9,390
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by bigoutside
    quote:Originally posted by interstatepawnllc
    So most have heard Steve Colbert's unhinged rant on television the other night. Too many double standards here to list but I would like to make this one ironic observation.

    The gist of Colbert's rant is twofold, he was saying that (a) It's a bad thing that Trump's in bed with Putin and (b) that it is bad to have another man's unit in your mouth.

    So where are the light loafered libtards on this one? Where is the LGBT outcry? How is Mr. Colbert NOT swinging from a Starbucks rafter?

    This is because either on a conscious or subconscious level slights like this can be overlooked because the person being attacked is (a) non socialist, (b) straight or (c) white.

    Marginalized and kicked to the curb, the target on the waspy man's back grows ever larger. The writing is on the wall.


    There was a great deal of outcry.
    http://www.nbcnews.com/pop-culture/tv/stephen-colbert-defends-donald-trump-jokes-after-controversy-erupted-n754716

    What news sources did you use?




    So does Colbert still have a show? I suggest you reread the post and search for the irony. Idiot!
  • chiefrchiefr Member Posts: 12,758 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Once again the DEMOCRAT party controlled media is showing its true self. Bias, slime, outright lies, hate and filth espoused daily. Not much difference between DEMOCRAT party propaganda and smut these days.

    Imagine for a minute if a Fox commentator made such a comment about a Klinton or an Obama.
  • shilowarshilowar Member Posts: 38,807 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Just another worthless POS.
  • interstatepawnllcinterstatepawnllc Member Posts: 9,390
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by mjrfd99
    Double standard as always. As usual the media missed 100 of these last week:
    http://nationalenquirer.com/2017/04/24/50-juveniles-swarm-public-train-rob-people-on-board/
    This one is being ignored too. Area surrounded by ghettos -Go figure.
    https://patch.com/new-jersey/westorange/cops-disperse-hundreds-after-late-night-brouhaha-essex-county-0
    They are EXTREMELY angry because the DNC has brainwashed the idiots forever. Hey when ya can't think for yourself- be led.
    obozo emboldened the low life POS. Blame whites-cops ANYTHING but face the truth---FAILED CULTURE OF VIOLENCE. Give 'em their own country? Just look at Jamaica- http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/lead-stories/20160125/murders-jamaica-higher-hottest-war-zone.
    Is the violence and anti social behavior genetic???
    Lying sacks of $#!& -obozo -rahm- jessie-al and all the other POS say and do nothing about mass murder of their OWN by their OWN.
    Is stupidity-arrogance and self destruction genetic?



    I really wonder sometimes.
  • He DogHe Dog Member Posts: 49,292 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    It has long been open season on all presidents. Some thought Bed time for Bonzo was Reagan's finest hour. Personally I preferred Death Valley Days.
  • Don McManusDon McManus Member Posts: 22,938 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    I really don't understanding the outcry. Colbert has been out in left field for years. Making a story about this benefits him far more than it hurts him.

    FWIW, it is not irony if you create both the premise and the result.
    Freedom and a submissive populace cannot co-exist.

    Brad Steele
  • Sam06Sam06 Member Posts: 21,060 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    I think it is very classless to go on TV and trash your President. I could care less about the LGBTQ whatever being upset but this libtard and Baldwin trashing the Pres is just a bit much.

    It used to be in fun now it is down right hateful.

    These libtards need a dose of reality, like a kick in the nutz or just an old fashion * whipping.
    RLTW

  • Mr. PerfectMr. Perfect Member Posts: 62,912 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Before all this, I had no idea the dude was even on TV still.
    Some will die in hot pursuit
    And fiery auto crashes
    Some will die in hot pursuit
    While sifting through my ashes
    Some will fall in love with life
    And drink it from a fountain
    That is pouring like an avalanche
    Coming down the mountain
  • Sam06Sam06 Member Posts: 21,060 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by Mr. Perfect
    Before all this, I had no idea the dude was even on TV still.


    I have never even watched 1 second of his show and I don't plan too either. SNL lost me in the 90's.

    This used to be comedy but now its really just hateful mocking and bullying. The libtards are always criticizing the bully but that is exactly what they are doing.

    bleen these pinkos
    RLTW

  • p3skykingp3skyking Member Posts: 25,750
    edited November -1
    I've never watched Cold Bert for more than a couple of minutes. I find him to be a pussy that Erkel could bitchslap.
    He not French and he's damn pretentious with his name pronunciation. He's nothing more than a Letterman knockoff.
  • bigoutsidebigoutside Member Posts: 19,443
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by interstatepawnllc
    quote:Originally posted by bigoutside
    quote:Originally posted by interstatepawnllc
    So most have heard Steve Colbert's unhinged rant on television the other night. Too many double standards here to list but I would like to make this one ironic observation.

    The gist of Colbert's rant is twofold, he was saying that (a) It's a bad thing that Trump's in bed with Putin and (b) that it is bad to have another man's unit in your mouth.

    So where are the light loafered libtards on this one? Where is the LGBT outcry? How is Mr. Colbert NOT swinging from a Starbucks rafter?

    This is because either on a conscious or subconscious level slights like this can be overlooked because the person being attacked is (a) non socialist, (b) straight or (c) white.

    Marginalized and kicked to the curb, the target on the waspy man's back grows ever larger. The writing is on the wall.


    There was a great deal of outcry.
    http://www.nbcnews.com/pop-culture/tv/stephen-colbert-defends-donald-trump-jokes-after-controversy-erupted-n754716

    What news sources did you use?




    So does Colbert still have a show? I suggest you reread the post and search for the irony. Idiot!


    Just to be clear... you're calling me an idiot?

    The irony I saw was your claim that no one was upset. So I linked to an article that referenced that people in the LGBT community are upset. And the conservative community is also upset.

    Help me through this. Cause I've been known to get my panties bunched. [;)]

    He still has a show.
    Rachel Maddow owns FOX in her time slot.
    Obama is no longer president.
    More people identify with his politics than your's or mine.
  • Sam06Sam06 Member Posts: 21,060 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    quote:Just to be clear... you're calling me an idiot?

    Yep I would say he called you and idiot. I am not sure why but it looks like he did[;)]
    RLTW

  • spasmcreekspasmcreek Member Posts: 38,925
    edited November -1
    and letterman was the bottom of the barrel
  • bigoutsidebigoutside Member Posts: 19,443
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by Sam06
    quote:Just to be clear... you're calling me an idiot?

    Yep I would say he called you and idiot. I am not sure why but it looks like he did[;)]


    Well consider my panties BUNCHED!

    And my feelers is hurt!

    I am considering getting Don to kick someone's *!!



    [;)]
  • JgreenJgreen Member Posts: 2,579 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    As far as I'm concerned, Colbert's rant was the x ring.

    It is patently obvious that trump is a bullshi--er who has a chubby for tyrants and tyranny.

    trump mistakes rudeness and cruelty for strength, as you would expect a cowering little man to do.

    I think that trumps' success is that he is the weak man's idea of what a strong man would be, and he sells that shi- to people who don't know any better. He also lucked out, in that the democrats ran a terrible candidate, and there were people who voted for him while clearly holding their nose, because they didn't want the alternative.

    Did you actually see his interview with Face the Nation, that led up to the smackdown?

    If you didn't see it, the interviewer asks Trump, while they are in the Oval office, "Do you still believe that Obama had you wiretapped?"

    Trump says "I have my own opinions".

    The interviewer says "But you're the president, and I'm interested in your opinions."

    Trump then says "This interview is over" and walks over to the desk, that has maybe 10 sheets of paper on it. He sits down and pretends to read them, shuffles them a bit, and "fumfers" around with them, being ever so busy with these obviously important documents. It is staggeringly pathetic.

    As far as I'm concerned, the president doesn't get to insult people because he's the president. The best part of it is that one of the questions before trump pulled this pathetic little move was that the interviewer said something about a former president (Bush 1? I can't remember...) was that "the scary thing about the oval office is that there are no corners to hide in", to which trump replied "well, it is an oval, that's right..."

    Outrage is cheap currency. The people who are "offended" at the idea of trump fellating putin are missing that it is a dominance thing, as opposed to a "happy" thing.
  • Mr. PerfectMr. Perfect Member Posts: 62,912 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by bigoutside
    quote:Originally posted by interstatepawnllc
    quote:Originally posted by bigoutside
    quote:Originally posted by interstatepawnllc
    So most have heard Steve Colbert's unhinged rant on television the other night. Too many double standards here to list but I would like to make this one ironic observation.

    The gist of Colbert's rant is twofold, he was saying that (a) It's a bad thing that Trump's in bed with Putin and (b) that it is bad to have another man's unit in your mouth.

    So where are the light loafered libtards on this one? Where is the LGBT outcry? How is Mr. Colbert NOT swinging from a Starbucks rafter?

    This is because either on a conscious or subconscious level slights like this can be overlooked because the person being attacked is (a) non socialist, (b) straight or (c) white.

    Marginalized and kicked to the curb, the target on the waspy man's back grows ever larger. The writing is on the wall.


    There was a great deal of outcry.
    http://www.nbcnews.com/pop-culture/tv/stephen-colbert-defends-donald-trump-jokes-after-controversy-erupted-n754716

    What news sources did you use?




    So does Colbert still have a show? I suggest you reread the post and search for the irony. Idiot!


    Just to be clear... you're calling me an idiot?

    The irony I saw was your claim that no one was upset. So I linked to an article that referenced that people in the LGBT community are upset. And the conservative community is also upset.

    Help me through this. Cause I've been known to get my panties bunched. [;)]

    He still has a show.
    Rachel Maddow owns FOX in her time slot.
    Obama is no longer president.
    More people identify with his politics than your's or mine.





    Might want to check what he said. All the outcry is from the right, that I can see.[:I]
    Some will die in hot pursuit
    And fiery auto crashes
    Some will die in hot pursuit
    While sifting through my ashes
    Some will fall in love with life
    And drink it from a fountain
    That is pouring like an avalanche
    Coming down the mountain
  • bigoutsidebigoutside Member Posts: 19,443
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by Mr. Perfect
    quote:Originally posted by bigoutside
    quote:Originally posted by interstatepawnllc
    quote:Originally posted by bigoutside
    quote:Originally posted by interstatepawnllc
    So most have heard Steve Colbert's unhinged rant on television the other night. Too many double standards here to list but I would like to make this one ironic observation.

    The gist of Colbert's rant is twofold, he was saying that (a) It's a bad thing that Trump's in bed with Putin and (b) that it is bad to have another man's unit in your mouth.

    So where are the light loafered libtards on this one? Where is the LGBT outcry? How is Mr. Colbert NOT swinging from a Starbucks rafter?

    This is because either on a conscious or subconscious level slights like this can be overlooked because the person being attacked is (a) non socialist, (b) straight or (c) white.

    Marginalized and kicked to the curb, the target on the waspy man's back grows ever larger. The writing is on the wall.


    There was a great deal of outcry.
    http://www.nbcnews.com/pop-culture/tv/stephen-colbert-defends-donald-trump-jokes-after-controversy-erupted-n754716

    What news sources did you use?




    So does Colbert still have a show? I suggest you reread the post and search for the irony. Idiot!


    Just to be clear... you're calling me an idiot?

    The irony I saw was your claim that no one was upset. So I linked to an article that referenced that people in the LGBT community are upset. And the conservative community is also upset.

    Help me through this. Cause I've been known to get my panties bunched. [;)]

    He still has a show.
    Rachel Maddow owns FOX in her time slot.
    Obama is no longer president.
    More people identify with his politics than your's or mine.





    Might want to check what he said. All the outcry is from the right, that I can see.[:I]


    From the article:

    The comments, which some interpreted as samephobic, birthed #FireColbert as a Twitter trend and a call from conservative viewers and Trump supporters to boycott Colbert's advertisers. The hashtag has been tweeted approximately 350,000 times since Tuesday
  • bigoutsidebigoutside Member Posts: 19,443
    edited November -1
    Freakin iPhone. [:D]
    AND

    the LGBT team were up in arms.

    Spend more time on Tranny websites. You'll see for yourself!

    [:D]
  • droptopdroptop Member Posts: 8,925
    edited November -1
    Quote: Marginalized and kicked to the curb, the target on the waspy man's back grows ever larger. The writing is on the wall.

    Who/what is the waspy man?

    What writing is on the wall?
  • riflemikeriflemike Member Posts: 10,599
    edited November -1
    dont have cable if he/she is on cable...in bed by 10 pm always

    have no idea who he/she is
  • Dads3040Dads3040 Member Posts: 13,788
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by Jgreen
    As far as I'm concerned, Colbert's rant was the x ring.

    It is patently obvious that trump is a bullshi--er who has a chubby for tyrants and tyranny.

    trump mistakes rudeness and cruelty for strength, as you would expect a cowering little man to do.

    I think that trumps' success is that he is the weak man's idea of what a strong man would be, and he sells that shi- to people who don't know any better. He also lucked out, in that the democrats ran a terrible candidate, and there were people who voted for him while clearly holding their nose, because they didn't want the alternative.

    Did you actually see his interview with Face the Nation, that led up to the smackdown?

    If you didn't see it, the interviewer asks Trump, while they are in the Oval office, "Do you still believe that Obama had you wiretapped?"

    Trump says "I have my own opinions".

    The interviewer says "But you're the president, and I'm interested in your opinions."

    Trump then says "This interview is over" and walks over to the desk, that has maybe 10 sheets of paper on it. He sits down and pretends to read them, shuffles them a bit, and "fumfers" around with them, being ever so busy with these obviously important documents. It is staggeringly pathetic.

    As far as I'm concerned, the president doesn't get to insult people because he's the president. The best part of it is that one of the questions before trump pulled this pathetic little move was that the interviewer said something about a former president (Bush 1? I can't remember...) was that "the scary thing about the oval office is that there are no corners to hide in", to which trump replied "well, it is an oval, that's right..."

    Outrage is cheap currency. The people who are "offended" at the idea of trump fellating putin are missing that it is a dominance thing, as opposed to a "happy" thing.




    Always a treat to see the moral bankruptcy and intellectual vacancy of the left clearly displayed.
  • JgreenJgreen Member Posts: 2,579 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Dads3040
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    USA
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    Posted - 05/05/2017 : 3:20:54 PM Show Profile Reply with Quote


    quote:
    Originally posted by Jgreen

    As far as I'm concerned, Colbert's rant was the x ring.

    It is patently obvious that trump is a bullshi--er who has a chubby for tyrants and tyranny.

    trump mistakes rudeness and cruelty for strength, as you would expect a cowering little man to do.

    I think that trumps' success is that he is the weak man's idea of what a strong man would be, and he sells that shi- to people who don't know any better. He also lucked out, in that the democrats ran a terrible candidate, and there were people who voted for him while clearly holding their nose, because they didn't want the alternative.

    Did you actually see his interview with Face the Nation, that led up to the smackdown?

    If you didn't see it, the interviewer asks Trump, while they are in the Oval office, "Do you still believe that Obama had you wiretapped?"

    Trump says "I have my own opinions".

    The interviewer says "But you're the president, and I'm interested in your opinions."

    Trump then says "This interview is over" and walks over to the desk, that has maybe 10 sheets of paper on it. He sits down and pretends to read them, shuffles them a bit, and "fumfers" around with them, being ever so busy with these obviously important documents. It is staggeringly pathetic.

    As far as I'm concerned, the president doesn't get to insult people because he's the president. The best part of it is that one of the questions before trump pulled this pathetic little move was that the interviewer said something about a former president (Bush 1? I can't remember...) was that "the scary thing about the oval office is that there are no corners to hide in", to which trump replied "well, it is an oval, that's right..."

    Outrage is cheap currency. The people who are "offended" at the idea of trump fellating putin are missing that it is a dominance thing, as opposed to a "happy" thing.





    Always a treat to see the moral bankruptcy and intellectual vacancy of the left clearly displayed.

    Always a disappointment to see the moral bankruptcy and feebleness of those who support trump and resort to ad hominem attacks when faced with reality...
  • chiefrchiefr Member Posts: 12,758 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by Dads3040
    quote:Originally posted by Jgreen
    As far as I'm concerned, Colbert's rant was the x ring.

    It is patently obvious that trump is a bullshi--er who has a chubby for tyrants and tyranny.

    trump mistakes rudeness and cruelty for strength, as you would expect a cowering little man to do.

    I think that trumps' success is that he is the weak man's idea of what a strong man would be, and he sells that shi- to people who don't know any better. He also lucked out, in that the democrats ran a terrible candidate, and there were people who voted for him while clearly holding their nose, because they didn't want the alternative.

    Did you actually see his interview with Face the Nation, that led up to the smackdown?

    If you didn't see it, the interviewer asks Trump, while they are in the Oval office, "Do you still believe that Obama had you wiretapped?"

    Trump says "I have my own opinions".

    The interviewer says "But you're the president, and I'm interested in your opinions."

    Trump then says "This interview is over" and walks over to the desk, that has maybe 10 sheets of paper on it. He sits down and pretends to read them, shuffles them a bit, and "fumfers" around with them, being ever so busy with these obviously important documents. It is staggeringly pathetic.

    As far as I'm concerned, the president doesn't get to insult people because he's the president. The best part of it is that one of the questions before trump pulled this pathetic little move was that the interviewer said something about a former president (Bush 1? I can't remember...) was that "the scary thing about the oval office is that there are no corners to hide in", to which trump replied "well, it is an oval, that's right..."

    Outrage is cheap currency. The people who are "offended" at the idea of trump fellating putin are missing that it is a dominance thing, as opposed to a "happy" thing.




    Always a treat to see the moral bankruptcy and intellectual vacancy of the left clearly displayed.

    [^]
  • mag00mag00 Member Posts: 4,668
    edited November -1
    Always a treat to chow down on fresh made Rice Crispy Squares.

    Do I win?
  • Dads3040Dads3040 Member Posts: 13,788
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by Jgreen
    Dads3040
    Advanced Member



    USA
    12161 Posts

    Posted - 05/05/2017 : 3:20:54 PM Show Profile Reply with Quote


    quote:
    Originally posted by Jgreen

    As far as I'm concerned, Colbert's rant was the x ring.

    It is patently obvious that trump is a bullshi--er who has a chubby for tyrants and tyranny.

    trump mistakes rudeness and cruelty for strength, as you would expect a cowering little man to do.

    I think that trumps' success is that he is the weak man's idea of what a strong man would be, and he sells that shi- to people who don't know any better. He also lucked out, in that the democrats ran a terrible candidate, and there were people who voted for him while clearly holding their nose, because they didn't want the alternative.

    Did you actually see his interview with Face the Nation, that led up to the smackdown?

    If you didn't see it, the interviewer asks Trump, while they are in the Oval office, "Do you still believe that Obama had you wiretapped?"

    Trump says "I have my own opinions".

    The interviewer says "But you're the president, and I'm interested in your opinions."

    Trump then says "This interview is over" and walks over to the desk, that has maybe 10 sheets of paper on it. He sits down and pretends to read them, shuffles them a bit, and "fumfers" around with them, being ever so busy with these obviously important documents. It is staggeringly pathetic.

    As far as I'm concerned, the president doesn't get to insult people because he's the president. The best part of it is that one of the questions before trump pulled this pathetic little move was that the interviewer said something about a former president (Bush 1? I can't remember...) was that "the scary thing about the oval office is that there are no corners to hide in", to which trump replied "well, it is an oval, that's right..."

    Outrage is cheap currency. The people who are "offended" at the idea of trump fellating putin are missing that it is a dominance thing, as opposed to a "happy" thing.





    Always a treat to see the moral bankruptcy and intellectual vacancy of the left clearly displayed.

    Always a disappointment to see the moral bankruptcy and feebleness of those who support trump and resort to ad hominem attacks when faced with reality...


    You express a high level of support for a crass and obscene comment about the president...but are upset about ad hominem. That is just silly enough to almost be cute.

    You might want to check into that old saying about opening one's mouth and removing all doubt.
  • CaptFunCaptFun Member Posts: 16,677 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    I went to high school with that *. Had more than enough of his bs then.
  • JgreenJgreen Member Posts: 2,579 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    "You express a high level of support for a crass and obscene comment about the president...but are upset about ad hominem. That is just silly enough to almost be cute."

    What's silly is that you don't know what an ad hominem attack is. It's not just a personal insult. It is a personal insult in lieu of a response to an argument.

    Seems to me that you haven't been following this discussion. Here's the Cliff's notes version:

    1. President insults a reporter in a craven and cowardly manner.

    2. Colbert, a comedian, roasts him over his conduct, including a "fact based" insult, which is funny because Trump has a fetish for dictators, and the act of which he has been deemed suitable for is one that is commonly associated with subservience.

    3. People claim to be bent out of shape over Colbert's remarks.

    4. I explain why the remarks are well-deserved.

    5. Rather than take issue with what I said, a personal insult is made. That, folks, is an ad hominem argument.
  • He DogHe Dog Member Posts: 49,292 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    quote:I am considering getting Don to kick someone's *!!



    I say he kicks everyone's *; group attitude adjustment.
  • Dads3040Dads3040 Member Posts: 13,788
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by Jgreen
    "You express a high level of support for a crass and obscene comment about the president...but are upset about ad hominem. That is just silly enough to almost be cute."

    What's silly is that you don't know what an ad hominem attack is. It's not just a personal insult. It is a personal insult in lieu of a response to an argument.

    Seems to me that you haven't been following this discussion. Here's the Cliff's notes version:

    1. President insults a reporter in a craven and cowardly manner.

    2. Colbert, a comedian, roasts him over his conduct, including a "fact based" insult, which is funny because Trump has a fetish for dictators, and the act of which he has been deemed suitable for is one that is commonly associated with subservience.

    3. People claim to be bent out of shape over Colbert's remarks.

    4. I explain why the remarks are well-deserved.

    5. Rather than take issue with what I said, a personal insult is made. That, folks, is an ad hominem argument.


    You seem unable to grasp the idea that because you say something, doesn't make it true. Claiming something is "reality", or stating that you have "explained why the remarks are well-deserved" has little relation to accuracy.

    You made a silly little rant typical of a leftist with it's panties still bunched over an election loss. It isn't exactly what one considers an intellectual tour de force. I am sure you can look up what that means.
  • interstatepawnllcinterstatepawnllc Member Posts: 9,390
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by droptop
    Quote: Marginalized and kicked to the curb, the target on the waspy man's back grows ever larger. The writing is on the wall.

    Who/what is the waspy man?

    What writing is on the wall?


    Waspy as in white Anglo Saxon Protestant. The writing on the wall means it's open season on old white guys.
  • interstatepawnllcinterstatepawnllc Member Posts: 9,390
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by CaptFun
    I went to high school with that *. Had more than enough of his bs then.


    Trump or Colbert?
  • droptopdroptop Member Posts: 8,925
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by interstatepawnllc
    quote:Originally posted by droptop
    Quote: Marginalized and kicked to the curb, the target on the waspy man's back grows ever larger. The writing is on the wall.

    Who/what is the waspy man?

    What writing is on the wall?


    Waspy as in white Anglo Saxon Protestant. The writing on the wall means it's open season on old white guys.


    Who are you taking about and what writing is on the wall?
  • TfloggerTflogger Member Posts: 3,056 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by Jgreen
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    quote:
    Originally posted by Jgreen

    As far as I'm concerned, Colbert's rant was the x ring.

    It is patently obvious that trump is a bullshi--er who has a chubby for tyrants and tyranny.

    trump mistakes rudeness and cruelty for strength, as you would expect a cowering little man to do.

    I think that trumps' success is that he is the weak man's idea of what a strong man would be, and he sells that shi- to people who don't know any better. He also lucked out, in that the democrats ran a terrible candidate, and there were people who voted for him while clearly holding their nose, because they didn't want the alternative.

    Did you actually see his interview with Face the Nation, that led up to the smackdown?

    If you didn't see it, the interviewer asks Trump, while they are in the Oval office, "Do you still believe that Obama had you wiretapped?"

    Trump says "I have my own opinions".

    The interviewer says "But you're the president, and I'm interested in your opinions."

    Trump then says "This interview is over" and walks over to the desk, that has maybe 10 sheets of paper on it. He sits down and pretends to read them, shuffles them a bit, and "fumfers" around with them, being ever so busy with these obviously important documents. It is staggeringly pathetic.

    As far as I'm concerned, the president doesn't get to insult people because he's the president. The best part of it is that one of the questions before trump pulled this pathetic little move was that the interviewer said something about a former president (Bush 1? I can't remember...) was that "the scary thing about the oval office is that there are no corners to hide in", to which trump replied "well, it is an oval, that's right..."

    Outrage is cheap currency. The people who are "offended" at the idea of trump fellating putin are missing that it is a dominance thing, as opposed to a "happy" thing.





    Always a treat to see the moral bankruptcy and intellectual vacancy of the left clearly displayed.

    Always a disappointment to see the moral bankruptcy and feebleness of those who support trump and resort to ad hominem attacks when faced with reality...

    you being politically naive and historically ignorant makes your comments the equivalent of a blind man yelling about bright lights.
  • TfloggerTflogger Member Posts: 3,056 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by Jgreen
    As far as I'm concerned, Colbert's rant was the x ring.

    It is patently obvious that trump is a bullshi--er who has a chubby for tyrants and tyranny.

    trump mistakes rudeness and cruelty for strength, as you would expect a cowering little man to do.

    I think that trumps' success is that he is the weak man's idea of what a strong man would be, and he sells that shi- to people who don't know any better. He also lucked out, in that the democrats ran a terrible candidate, and there were people who voted for him while clearly holding their nose, because they didn't want the alternative.

    Did you actually see his interview with Face the Nation, that led up to the smackdown?

    If you didn't see it, the interviewer asks Trump, while they are in the Oval office, "Do you still believe that Obama had you wiretapped?"

    Trump says "I have my own opinions".

    The interviewer says "But you're the president, and I'm interested in your opinions."

    Trump then says "This interview is over" and walks over to the desk, that has maybe 10 sheets of paper on it. He sits down and pretends to read them, shuffles them a bit, and "fumfers" around with them, being ever so busy with these obviously important documents. It is staggeringly pathetic.

    As far as I'm concerned, the president doesn't get to insult people because he's the president. The best part of it is that one of the questions before trump pulled this pathetic little move was that the interviewer said something about a former president (Bush 1? I can't remember...) was that "the scary thing about the oval office is that there are no corners to hide in", to which trump replied "well, it is an oval, that's right..."

    Outrage is cheap currency. The people who are "offended" at the idea of trump fellating putin are missing that it is a dominance thing, as opposed to a "happy" thing.




    politically naive and historically ignorant is no way to go through life.
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