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Trell

Trell

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Trump will have to die off and some of the Republicans into retirement. Specifically McConnell and Graham. But even then the odor still sits. I doubt Faux can be saved. Unlike the representatives, I see them on screen all the time LOL.:p
English is not my native tongue. I think that most, if not all, current G.O.P. members of Congress should be voted out of office, for the sake of US democracy.
 
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English is not my native tongue. I think that most, if not all, current G.O.P. members of Congress should be voted out of office, for the sake of US democracy.
They think it's political suicide, but someone of significance is gonna have to step out.
 
Trell

Trell

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They think it's political suicide, but someone of significance is gonna have to step out.
What happened to the oath they publicly made when accepting the office?

"I'm a Quisling in my heart and soul,
beholden to my benefactors,
to the detriment of Americans,
but we are the Freedom Cacus!"
 
Irvrobinson

Irvrobinson

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At one point it's no longer about policy where we all can disagree to disagree and live along peacefully. Now it's becoming a struggle for democracy, once again, and rule of law, once again, and so many Republicans thinks the same. At local and state level Republicans have generally been staunchly pro-democracy at high personal cost, and that I think should be recognized.

At this stage silence is Trump assent with respect to the US 2020 elections, but how do @Irvrobinson respond? The guy who fears the radical left? He knows very well that I live in Sweden, but here is response: "I've never seen someone who isn't a US citizen or at least a resident so obsessed with US politics. " That is very ignorant or an reflection of too much Fox News?
I don't fear the radical left, I just completely disagree with them. I especially enjoy the view of the CEO of the Whole Foods division of Amazon, John Mackey, who said, "...socialism is trickle-up poverty." I wish I had thought of that. Of course, it's just a derivative of what Margaret Thatcher said in the 1980s, “The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money.”

And I still think it's odd that you are so obsessed by US politics. You also seem obsessed by me. How do you hold down a job when you're so argumentative? Or are you a member of union that protects you?
 
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I don't fear the radical left, I just completely disagree with them. I especially enjoy the view of the CEO of the Whole Foods division of Amazon, John Mackey, who said, "...socialism is trickle-up poverty." I wish I had had thought of that. Of course, it's just a derivative of what Margaret Thatcher said in the 1980s, “The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money.”

And I still think it's odd that you are so obsessed by US politics. You also seem obsessed by me. How do you hold down a job when you're so argumentative? Or are you a member of union that protects you?
"Republicans for Biden" - it's that sort of thing when things get so bad you're willing to vote for the other party to get the menace out of your own.
Edit: a little self-reflection and understanding that sometimes it goes beyond policy when the leader in charge is such a failure in every other regard. Things like character, tone, climate etc.
 
Trell

Trell

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I don't fear the radical left, I just completely disagree with them. I especially enjoy the view of the CEO of the Whole Foods division of Amazon, John Mackey, who said, "...socialism is trickle-up poverty." I wish I had had thought of that. Of course, it's just a derivative of what Margaret Thatcher said in the 1980s, “The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money.”
Are you asking me to search in your own posts in this forum to provide an actual quote, which I can since I replied to it? Can you delete your posts before I quote them?

And I still think it's odd that you are so obsessed by US politics. You also seem obsessed by me. How do you hold down a job when you're so argumentative? Or are you a member of union that protects you?
@JerryLove save me from this moron.

Yes, moron. Utterly dumb.
 
Irvrobinson

Irvrobinson

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My favorite was the air traffic control guys.
They were protected all the way to their new jobs on the night shift at Circle K.
That was a long time ago... the Reagan administration. As I remember Reagan claimed the strike was illegal. I should probably search for it, but I'm too busy stressing my moronic brain to come up with a response to Trell.
 
Trell

Trell

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That was a long time ago... the Reagan administration. As I remember Reagan claimed the strike was illegal. I should probably search for it, but I'm too busy stressing my moronic brain to come up with a response to Trell.
Please reply when you are able to think four self.

Skip your racism, tough, please.
 
Irvrobinson

Irvrobinson

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Are you asking me to search in your own posts in this forum to provide an actual quote, which I can since I replied to it? Can you delete your posts before I quote them?
You're going to search for posts in which I express a dislike for Democratic Socialists? Go for it.

@JerryLove save me from this moron.

Yes, moron. Utterly dumb.
Okay, I've been outed. I'm dumb for arguing with you. You know what they say about wrestling with a pig. I knew you'd go running back to Jerry.
 
Irvrobinson

Irvrobinson

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"Republicans for Biden" - it's that sort of thing when things get so bad you're willing to vote for the other party to get the menace out of your own.
Edit: a little self-reflection and understanding that sometimes it goes beyond policy when the leader in charge is such a failure in every other regard. Things like character, tone, climate etc.
What are you talking about?
 
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What are you talking about?
When you criticize a post because they're from Sweden and go on about policy when the OP is talking about democracy, that's what's dumb about this era under Trump. Some get it: they voted for Trump on the economy, but they don't really like Trump as a human being. 'He's garbage, but well at least I have more $$$ in my pocket. Thanks. Bye. Cause even though I agree with his policy I don't really want in any way to be associated with him on a personal level.' Hence the "closet" Trump voters. Now the Trump diehards defend everything about the man even at the expense of looking stupid. The biggest asshole in history was voted into office but than wonder why people are criticizing him. A SMH moment. Character and tone go along with policy. Trump diehards don't get that. As one person said, electing Trump normalized that behavior. It's what I mean by political "climate."
Edit: it's a respectable position to be a straight shooter and tell it like it is. But that's not what Trump diehards want. They want him to lift the middle finger to the left and call names. His tweet storming, playing golf since the election, he's LOUD, a bully, petty and childish behavior, the chronic lying. Oh, but wait! Look at how well the economy is doing! Some just voted for the economy, but ya don't go to a fucking Trump rally. SMH
 
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Trell

Trell

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You're going to search for posts in which I express a dislike for Democratic Socialists? Go for it.



Okay, I've been outed. I'm dumb for arguing with you. You know what they say about wrestling with a pig. I knew you'd go running back to Jerry.
Trump said: It is what is! But will whatever you spawned will vote on Trump, like you?
 
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Irvrobinson

Irvrobinson

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When you criticize a post because they're from Sweden and go on about policy when the OP is talking about democracy, that's what's dumb about this era under Trump. Some get it: they voted for Trump on the economy, but they don't really like Trump as a human being. 'He's garbage, but well at least I have more $$$ in my pocket. Thanks. Bye. Cause even though I agree with his policy I don't really want in any way to be associated with him on a personal level.' Hence the "closet" Trump voters. Now the Trump diehards defend everything about the man even at the expense of looking stupid. The biggest asshole in history was voted into office but than wonder why people are criticizing him. A SMH moment. Character and tone go along with policy. Trump diehards don't get that. As one person said, electing Trump normalized that behavior. It's what I mean by political "climate."
Don't be silly. I didn't criticize his post, I observed that he's obsessed with US politics and I find that odd. I have discussed closet Trump voters before, and I've previously posted that I believe there are millions of closet Trump voters because of the rise of the Democratic Socialists in the Democratic party. Trell is just obnoxious; don't be like him.
 
Irvrobinson

Irvrobinson

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Trump said: It is what is! But will whatever you spawned vote on Trump, like you?

Edit: Now you'll whine like a snowflake that I claimed that you voted on Trump, even though all reasonable people thinks so. But you claim to be a "father" or perhaps the genetics of this surpasses you?
Nope. Foolish again, Trell.
 
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Dude#1279435

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Don't be silly. I didn't criticize his post, I observed that he's obsessed with US politics and I find that odd. I have discussed closet Trump voters before, and I've previously posted that I believe there are millions of closet Trump voters because of the rise of the Democratic Socialists in the Democratic party. Trell is just obnoxious; don't be like him.
I tend to think there's even MORE closet voters for Trump because of the stigma attached to his behavior.
 

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