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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #600 on: September 14, 2018, 02:56:34 PM »
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Class jealousy is just as ugly as any other jealousy.

TRUMP IS RICH AND HAS BEEN SEEN SOCIALIZING WITH OTHER RICH PEOPLE!

EEEK! EEEK! EEEK!
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #601 on: September 14, 2018, 02:56:39 PM »


I've had pictures taken like that with people my entire professional life.  It doesn't mean shit to anybody who understand how business...at that level...is conducted.

I believe today, President Trump would stop to pick up Bubba....walking down a dark road in the rain.   

Believe he'd drive right by Hillary and never look back.
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #602 on: September 14, 2018, 02:57:07 PM »
Said it in June, 2015 and I'll say it again... Donald Trump is a profound gift to the nation from God.  The Man for the times.

Anybody willing to take their nose off the bark should be able to see it.     

@DCPatriot   "The Lord works in mysterious ways his wonders to perform." 

That is not actually from the Bible but it is a common saying used to describe things we can't understand.

I'm not sure but I do believe that Trump is the right man for the current time.
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #603 on: September 14, 2018, 02:59:25 PM »
I've had pictures taken like that with people my entire professional life.  It doesn't mean shit to anybody who understand how business...at that level...is conducted.

I believe today, President Trump would stop to pick up Bubba....walking down a dark road in the rain.   

Believe he'd drive right by Hillary and never look back.

But look at that last picture @INVAR posted.  It kinda refutes what some people around here keep saying ... that Trump wasn't around his kids when they were growing up.
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #604 on: September 14, 2018, 03:01:22 PM »
Anybody willing to take their nose off the bark should be able to see it.     

Are you accusing us of being just a bunch of tree huggers?

Well, I never!

(Actually, I just never heard your saying before now.)

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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #605 on: September 14, 2018, 03:02:25 PM »
I've had pictures taken like that with people my entire professional life.  It doesn't mean shit to anybody who understand how business...at that level...is conducted.

I believe today, President Trump would stop to pick up Bubba....walking down a dark road in the rain.   

Believe he'd drive right by Hillary and never look back.

@DCPatriot

We are both wasting our time trying to reason with them. They hate rich people,and the ones they hate the most are the ones that inherited their wealth. They will spend the rest of their lives hating Trump regardless of how well he does as a president. In FACT,if he is judged to be one of the best ones,their heads will explode and they might become suicidal.
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #606 on: September 14, 2018, 03:05:16 PM »
Well, these "ridiculous notions" will be proven or disproven definitively in less than two months.   What I do know is the generic ballot question - will you vote for a Republican or a Dem for Congress -  has been trending badly for the last several months.   The gap between the GOP and the Dems on this polling question is currently at the widest point it's been this election cycle.

That doesn't make sense if you consider the excellent state the economy's in.   By all conventional logic,  the GOP should get credit for prosperity,  but instead more and more appear to, at least as a generic matter, prefer Dems.    The same Dems that are tripping over themselves rushing to the socialist left. 

The only explanation is the unity of message between Trump and the Democratic party that this election isn't about the economy but rather Trump himself.    Trump is betting his entire Presidency - and the prosperity of us all - on his selfish need for validation.   

@Emjay

You're right, the democrats are not just moving left; they are rushing like lemmings over a cliff to be more left all the time.  And not just left but crazy left.

We all like validation; Trump maybe a little more than most, but the difference is... Trump has earned validation.

I saw a coal worker almost cry on TV this morning in appreciation for Trump's support of the coal industry.  That's just a tiny example of the things Trump is doing to help the economy.

And what about his Supreme Court picks?  Two of the best.



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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #607 on: September 14, 2018, 03:07:37 PM »
@DCPatriot

We are both wasting our time trying to reason with them. They hate rich people,and the ones they hate the most are the ones that inherited their wealth. They will spend the rest of their lives hating Trump regardless of how well he does as a president. In FACT,if he is judged to be one of the best ones,their heads will explode and they might become suicidal.

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You're a better man than I, Gunga Din!

I scroll past 90% of their posts.  Only time I speak up now is when it gets too stupid.    :laugh:
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #608 on: September 14, 2018, 03:29:54 PM »
Maybe you could get your pal Jesus to come down and save us all?

Already done.  It's just a matter of either accepting or rejecting the offer.

Class jealousy is just as ugly as any other jealousy.

I have no use for class or caste.  I actually get along better with the dirt poor rather than the snobby rich.  I'm not motivated to persue money.   But that said, I know quite a few self-made millionaires whom no one would even suspect their wealth.  It's the character of people that I am interested in, I can care less what their class or wealth is.


TRUMP IS RICH AND HAS BEEN SEEN SOCIALIZING WITH OTHER RICH PEOPLE!


Birds of a feather and all that.  Craps on the entire insistence that Trump is just like us Joe Sixpacks out here.

We are both wasting our time trying to reason with them. They hate rich people,and the ones they hate the most are the ones that inherited their wealth.

That is as stupid and as intellectually vapid as those Leftists who insist that we hate poor people; people of color and all the other garbage that I see you have adopted for your own use quite well.

Fart for freedom, fart for liberty and fart proudly.  - Benjamin Franklin

...Obsta principiis—Nip the shoots of arbitrary power in the bud, is the only maxim which can ever preserve the liberties of any people. When the people give way, their deceivers, betrayers and destroyers press upon them so fast that there is no resisting afterwards. The nature of the encroachment upon [the] American constitution is such, as to grow every day more and more encroaching. Like a cancer, it eats faster and faster every hour." - John Adams, February 6, 1775

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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #609 on: September 14, 2018, 03:35:33 PM »
@INVAR

I have no use for class or caste.  I actually get along better with the dirt poor rather than the snobby rich.  I'm not motivated to persue money.   But that said, I know quite a few self-made millionaires whom no one would even suspect their wealth.  It's the character of people that I am interested in, I can care less what their class or wealth is.


Birds of a feather and all that.  Craps on the entire insistence that Trump is just like us Joe Sixpacks out here.

 


ROFLMAO! The second quote above proves my point by contradicting every claim you made in the first one.
 
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #610 on: September 14, 2018, 03:41:00 PM »

ROFLMAO! The second quote above proves my point by contradicting every claim you made in the first one.

See what I mean?   888high58888
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #611 on: September 14, 2018, 03:42:06 PM »
I can lead you to water......

You mean koolaid.

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How would you know? You believe in miracles.

Naw, Pete... I believe in Yahovah. I don't have to believe in miracles. I am one. And so is my father, and my daughter, and my brother in law. Evidence of God is not hard to find, if you want to find it.

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Says someone who is still upset because his alleged Republican party creature lost to Trump.

Nah. In fact, the guy I voted for wasn't even in the Republican Party.

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Jealousy is never pretty,but rarely that out in the open and raw.

ROTFLMAO!! Jealous of what? I want NONE of all that. It turns my belly to even think of it. Nope, Pete. There ain't a damn thing to be jealous of there.

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Maybe you could get your pal Jesus to come down and save us all? Or isn't he answering your phone calls? Try giving your religious gooroo more generous contributions and see if that helps.

Funny you should mention that. Soon.

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Yeah,causen we all nos dat presidents bees dictators and haz total control over budgets,huh? Just how freaking old are you,anyway?


His staff participated in the construction of that porkulous, and his hand signed the bill. You'd have a point if he had vetoed it and  made congress go around him... But he didn't. He owns it.

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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #612 on: September 14, 2018, 03:51:12 PM »
Christ. This idiot will have left the party, rejoined it and have died on natural causes before this train wreck thread ends.

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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #613 on: September 14, 2018, 03:53:39 PM »
@DCPatriot

We are both wasting our time trying to reason with them. They hate rich people,and the ones they hate the most are the ones that inherited their wealth. They will spend the rest of their lives hating Trump regardless of how well he does as a president. In FACT,if he is judged to be one of the best ones,their heads will explode and they might become suicidal.

And out comes the 'hater' card. Like clockwork, really.

I don't hate rich people. A lot of my friends are rich.... Money is just a way of keeping score in a game I don't play anymore. To measure success by way of wealth is not even on the board. I know how fleeting that can be.

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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #614 on: September 14, 2018, 03:55:23 PM »
You're right, the democrats are not just moving left; they are rushing like lemmings over a cliff to be more left all the time.  And not just left but crazy left.


And the so-called right is running right behind them, for the same destination.

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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #615 on: September 14, 2018, 03:57:46 PM »
I have no use for class or caste.  I actually get along better with the dirt poor rather than the snobby rich.  I'm not motivated to persue money.   But that said, I know quite a few self-made millionaires whom no one would even suspect their wealth.  It's the character of people that I am interested in, I can care less what their class or wealth is.

That's pretty right.

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Birds of a feather and all that.  Craps on the entire insistence that Trump is just like us Joe Sixpacks out here.

TRUE.

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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #616 on: September 14, 2018, 04:17:35 PM »
Christ. This idiot will have left the party, rejoined it and have died on natural causes before this train wreck thread ends.

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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #617 on: September 14, 2018, 04:17:57 PM »

ROFLMAO! The second quote above proves my point by contradicting every claim you made in the first one.

Does nothing of the sort.  You were the one who made the accusation that we are jealous and hate Trump for his wealth and economic class.  Recognizing his wealth and class is not the same thing as being 'jealous' of it and 'hating it' as you assert and accuse.  And, the entire reason I posted the pics of Trump with the Clinton and his rich Liberal NYC pals was to buttress the point Roamer_1 made:

What IS evident is that he did indeed spend his whole life neck deep in that very effluent, among the very affluent people you claim he can't stand. He plays golf with them. He eats with them. Many of them he has known his whole life.

He was calling another Trumpian bullshit claim, what it was - and the pictures prove the point.

That you and the thin-skinned Trump acolytes knee-jerk to screaming 'Haters!" continues to make the self-evident case that it is getting harder to tell you people apart in behavior from the rabid Left, except by the name of him whom you accolade with hosannas.

Fart for freedom, fart for liberty and fart proudly.  - Benjamin Franklin

...Obsta principiis—Nip the shoots of arbitrary power in the bud, is the only maxim which can ever preserve the liberties of any people. When the people give way, their deceivers, betrayers and destroyers press upon them so fast that there is no resisting afterwards. The nature of the encroachment upon [the] American constitution is such, as to grow every day more and more encroaching. Like a cancer, it eats faster and faster every hour." - John Adams, February 6, 1775

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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #618 on: September 14, 2018, 04:54:22 PM »
88devil

Threads decay after too long and this one is rotting.  It's smelling up my office.
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #619 on: September 14, 2018, 05:23:53 PM »
Threads decay after too long and this one is rotting.  It's smelling up my office.

Then stop digging in it and gulping down morsels you vomit back into it, if it so offends you.
Fart for freedom, fart for liberty and fart proudly.  - Benjamin Franklin

...Obsta principiis—Nip the shoots of arbitrary power in the bud, is the only maxim which can ever preserve the liberties of any people. When the people give way, their deceivers, betrayers and destroyers press upon them so fast that there is no resisting afterwards. The nature of the encroachment upon [the] American constitution is such, as to grow every day more and more encroaching. Like a cancer, it eats faster and faster every hour." - John Adams, February 6, 1775

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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #620 on: September 14, 2018, 06:56:53 PM »
My President is fine, sorry about yours. 888mouth

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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #621 on: September 14, 2018, 07:10:21 PM »
My President is fine, sorry about yours. 888mouth

Yeah... I hear the same thing about Dubya and his daddy...

And McCain't and Romney...

Mere Republican-ism.

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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #622 on: September 14, 2018, 08:29:56 PM »
Your source, please.  And your reasoning for why you believe it.  Maybe President Hillary Clinton's been whispering in your ear.

Take a look at the root of this dynamic.  For Christsake the WP blamed the President for a hurricane.  Up next on Mueller's to do list is an interview with the President's date to the senior prom.

If you really, honestly want this election to be about the economy, why don't you try spending half the amount of time talking about *this* instead of the claptrap about the President's demeanor and how it offends your oh-so-delicate feelings? 






Why not try pumping up the President's agenda and accomplishments instead of tearing down the man behind the "I care so very much about our winning" bullshit? 

When it comes to the problems you wring your hands over, you are ground zero.



Agree. Does anyone on here want to change their posting style or personality for others?  NO.  Why would people expect president TRUMP..to change and why?  I love him, just the way he is. I personally, see nothing wrong with him.  I talk the way he does, not P.C. and blunt, so I really, really understand him.  We had the same parents.  wink777

Nothing bothers me about him. Nothing. How many times have people been told, "don't try to change your mate", it will not work.  He is, who he is, and I am proud of him. He is very brave to take on this ungrateful, NO PAY , job.

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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #623 on: September 14, 2018, 08:47:22 PM »
Hey, I did say that maybe the problem was that I hadn't had enough to drink....


Ok.  lol. PEACE.   :kisses2: 

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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #624 on: September 14, 2018, 09:01:43 PM »
Well, these "ridiculous notions" will be proven or disproven definitively in less than two months.   What I do know is the generic ballot question - will you vote for a Republican or a Dem for Congress -  has been trending badly for the last several months.   The gap between the GOP and the Dems on this polling question is currently at the widest point it's been this election cycle.

That doesn't make sense if you consider the excellent state the economy's in.   By all conventional logic,  the GOP should get credit for prosperity,  but instead more and more appear to, at least as a generic matter, prefer Dems.    The same Dems that are tripping over themselves rushing to the socialist left. 

The only explanation is the unity of message between Trump and the Democratic party that this election isn't about the economy but rather Trump himself.    Trump is betting his entire Presidency - and the prosperity of us all - on his selfish need for validation.   

@Emjay



Jazzy,  how about YOU CHANGE?   Go ahead, do it.  If you care for our country, you would need to STOP helping the LEFT with your comments.  OR, just stop, watching all left, lying media, that bad mouth my president TRUMP. Will you do that?  Doubt it, because that means you would have to change.   Now, how, how do you think, your criticism is helping our country or our president, siding with the left?  We have to be smarter, than that.  You don't think enough of the LEFT/DEMS, or left media don't do enough criticizing, you feel you need to pile on?  Be stronger then that!  ****sheep****

They even blame my president now, for the weather!  The Hurricanes.  President TRUMP, is such a GOD. He took a number 4 hurricane down to a one, and saved millions of lives.  I figure if the LEFT are going to blame him for hurricanes, I should give him credit for reducing the stength of the hurricane and saving millions of lives.    333cleo


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