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Not so.  Obama was the biggest disaster yet.  Hillary would have been an equally, if not even worse, disaster for America and for Americans.  Compared to those two alone.... Trump ain't bad at all.
I tend to think That the GOP majorities in Congress might have had the balls to restrain spending under Hitlery, like they restrained her husband's.  You're entitled to your opinion, and @XenaLee and I'm sorry we don't agree, but I do agree Obama was one of the worst Presidents of my lifetime, although I'd rate LBJ and Carter worse than Obama, and we could argue who was worse but why bother when I'm sure you think both LBJ and Carter sucked also. :laugh:

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But your anti-Trump obsession is duly noted....(again and as usual).... happy77
I was obsessed by the Kenyan just a few years ago.  The problem for me is I think President Trump is a very bad person and a worse executive.  I think he has purposefully divided the country and is a terrible role model for humanity and my children.  I think he is impaired mentally and I get frustrated that others don't see it or acknowledge it, but I understand I don't get to pick what you think or what you see. It's OK you think Trump ain't bad at all.  I'm sure you could present a solid argument that glosses over the deficit, no investigation of Hitlery, continued funding of PP, and the loss of the House...which is hard because I bet we both think all those things are terrible.  For me the terrible outweighs the good(taxes, regulations, judges)

I don't see you praising Trump as the BEST President.  We agree on this too.
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You all laugh and mock this insanity now, but know this...the current "educational" system is priming the pump for this bullshit to happen in the not so distant future.  Get your $hit together because it's coming.

Yes, I don't think it's distant at all.
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Conversely leftist are who I have to work with as an opposition to Trump.  Sad days.

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If you're siding with leftists that would tell a reasonable person that they need to reexamine their assumptions.
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I tend to think That the GOP majorities in Congress might have had the balls to restrain spending under Hitlery, like they restrained her husband's.  You're entitled to your opinion, and @XenaLee and I'm sorry we don't agree, but I do agree Obama was one of the worst Presidents of my lifetime, although I'd rate LBJ and Carter worse than Obama, and we could argue who was worse but why bother when I'm sure you think both LBJ and Carter sucked also. :laugh:
I was obsessed by the Kenyan just a few years ago.  The problem for me is I think President Trump is a very bad person and a worse executive.  I think he has purposefully divided the country and is a terrible role model for humanity and my children.  I think he is impaired mentally and I get frustrated that others don't see it or acknowledge it, but I understand I don't get to pick what you think or what you see. It's OK you think Trump ain't bad at all.  I'm sure you could present a solid argument that glosses over the deficit, no investigation of Hitlery, continued funding of PP, and the loss of the House...which is hard because I bet we both think all those things are terrible.  For me the terrible outweighs the good(taxes, regulations, judges)

I don't see you praising Trump as the BEST President.  We agree on this too.

Obsession - that's a good description.
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Stick to the topic, please. This is not a Trump thread.

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Stick to the topic, please. This is not a Trump thread.

Well, I can see the correlation between trashing Trump and cow farts. But that is just me.

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The best part of Sandy from the 'Burbs' plan is telling men to urinate in a bottle and then use the liquid to make coffee. Mmm, mmm, good!
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Someone had better tell this stupid B to visit Sheffield, England.

The most important thing. If the train carrying my zoom-zooms and wham-whams is late, it is off with her head.

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Someone had better tell this stupid B to visit Sheffield, England.

The most important thing. If the train carrying my zoom-zooms and wham-whams is late, it is off with her head.

Ok.  I just woke up and no caffeine yet.  So... you're gonna have to explain that one.  What's significant about Sheffield, England?
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Germany's announcement they are going green isn't going to end well, IMO. Free unicorns or not.

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Yes, I don't think it's distant at all.
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I agree. Andrew Wilkow said on his radio show that as soon as one of the big lobbyists figures out how to be the main government contractor of our slavery, they will pull the strings of the republican establishment who will suddenly see how beneficial the enslavement will be for their power and control. I think he's right. Our "public servants" don't give a crap about us. The founders should have put term limits in the Constitution but they couldn't know how the pigs would feed at the trough. They had no trough then.
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Ok.  I just woke up and no caffeine yet.  So... you're gonna have to explain that one.  What's significant about Sheffield, England?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheffield

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Sheffield has a reputed 4.5 million trees[5] and has been described as the greenest city in Europe

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=2&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwjpoOWO_67gAhVFjoMKHbr5DPEQFjABegQICRAB&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.theguardian.com%2Fuk-news%2F2018%2Ffeb%2F25%2Ffor-the-chop-the-battle-to-save-sheffields-trees&usg=AOvVaw3CW1bd8KWHUD2l1rSb9Lpi

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‘Europe’s greenest city’ has lost 5,000 trees, chopped down by a private company despite furious local protests. Michael Gove calls the destruction “bonkers”. Now, after a brief truce, the chainsaws are about to start their work again …


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Germany's announcement they are going green isn't going to end well, IMO. Free unicorns or not.

They've been trying to go green for some time now.  Interesting article re: that....

http://www.newgeography.com/content/00766-germanys-green-energy-goals-are-potentially-unrealistic
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They've been trying to go green for some time now.  Interesting article re: that....

http://www.newgeography.com/content/00766-germanys-green-energy-goals-are-potentially-unrealistic

Interesting. Nine year old article. The writing is still on the wall.

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So rather than promote independence in energy, Germany’s green policies are making it ever more dependent on an autocracy.


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Interesting. Nine year old article. The writing is still on the wall.

Yep.  Sure is.   Their slide is 'ongoing'..... just as ours is.... thanks to the idiot left.
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Yep.  Sure is.   Their slide is 'ongoing'..... just as ours is.... thanks to the idiot left.

The train and zoom-zoom reference is this person obviously doesn't understand the need and importance of rapid food distribution in this country. Especially of perishables like fresh fruit and vegetables. A lot of people don't plan ahead. Start telling people the train is late and they are going to go hungry isn't going to go over well.

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They seem to think American can cultivate all its crops with horse-drawn plows. Hey, I know! Let's all go Amish!
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They seem to think American can cultivate all its crops with horse-drawn plows. Hey, I know! Let's all go Amish!

No, the problem is.... they don't "think" at all.   They merely emote and feeeeeeeel.   **nononono*
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No, the problem is.... they don't "think" at all.   They merely emote and feeeeeeeel.   **nononono*
You're absolutely right, I used the wrong terminology. They believe, and their beliefs are based on feelings and unicorn farts.
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They seem to think American can cultivate all its crops with horse-drawn plows. Hey, I know! Let's all go Amish!

That would be for a lot more horses.

Before the horseless carriage, the concern was cities would be buried in horse apples.

And why does anyone think a horse would fart less than a cow?

Facts on Farts

https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&ved=2ahUKEwimkuOuh6_gAhWK5YMKHQqIB5QQjB16BAgBEAQ&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.heptune.com%2Ffarts.html&psig=AOvVaw1AeLnEMmPPdlWGdV9vuWU5&ust=1549815626150047

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You're absolutely right, I used the wrong terminology. They believe, and their beliefs are based on feelings and unicorn farts.

 :beer:
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Feed the cows Beano and there will "be no gas".

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Feed the cows Beano and there will "be no gas".

Think more tech oriented.

What we need is a cattlelytic converter.



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Think more tech oriented.

What we need is a cattlelytic converter.

Lol.... clever wordplay.   
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