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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #575 on: September 13, 2018, 11:19:48 PM »


I agree.  Why do people want to be lied to, like ALL the other politicians have done? We did not want that same-o, same-o, that got us into the mess, we are in now.  It is not about TRUMP, per se,  Many, many, MEN are jealous of him. It is about their ego's, not president TRUMPS.  lol. They want another pantywaist, limp wristed president? 
I don't.   :patriot: :patriot: :patriot:

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.     
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« Reply #576 on: September 13, 2018, 11:23:28 PM »
   TOS is at 98% when they reach their quota can we trade this one back for a couple of draft picks to be determined later? 
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #577 on: September 13, 2018, 11:25:31 PM »
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #578 on: September 13, 2018, 11:32:26 PM »
   TOS is at 98% when they reach their quota can we trade this one back for a couple of draft picks to be determined later?
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #579 on: September 13, 2018, 11:46:37 PM »
    @Jazzhead in case your haven't noticed (I sure did), you've been pushed off the Train.



I hate when you do that @corbe and you always do it.

You are trying to start trouble because you can't stand it when two members support Trump.

@Jazzhead and I are not arguing about that.  We are arguing because he thinks Trump will have to change his personality or be defeated.

I would like for Trump to be more like Ronald Reagan or even George W. Bush in his personal behavior.  Because I'm arguing with Jazz about this doesn't mean I wouldn't likeTrump better personally if he modified his tweets or stopped them.

But we may both be wrong about that because Trump is NOT losing popularity; he is gaining it and his behavior hasn't changed an iota.

A lot of people think Trump is right to tweet and that he needs to tweet to get his viewpoint out daily beyond a media that hates him and lies about him constantly.
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #580 on: September 13, 2018, 11:52:30 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.     



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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #581 on: September 13, 2018, 11:57:13 PM »
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Dear Lord...I said I messed up previous quote.

 Then I tried to fix it.  Still did not get it all.  Not my words. See  the poster I tried to quote, his quote. I figured people could figure it out. I guess not.  Learning this site. Did not see all of the post. 

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« Reply #582 on: September 13, 2018, 11:59:21 PM »
I hate when you do that @corbe and you always do it.

You are trying to start trouble because you can't stand it when two members support Trump.

@Jazzhead and I are not arguing about that.  We are arguing because he thinks Trump will have to change his personality or be defeated.

I would like for Trump to be more like Ronald Reagan or even George W. Bush in his personal behavior.  Because I'm arguing with Jazz about this doesn't mean I wouldn't likeTrump better personally if he modified his tweets or stopped them.

But we may both be wrong about that because Trump is NOT losing popularity; he is gaining it and his behavior hasn't changed an iota.

A lot of people think Trump is right to tweet and that he needs to tweet to get his viewpoint out daily beyond a media that hates him and lies about him constantly.

   @Emjay my dear, I am not trying to stir $hit up, being a regular here I have noticed @Jazzhead take a decidedly turn away from the TRUMP endearment of before the last few weeks.  I like the guy regardless, but he's been catching hell now.   I think it was @Maj. Bill Martin a couple of days ago that convinced me Trump ain't gonna change, accept that and move on.

    I still think Jazzy has been hit in the head with too many lanterns, though.  Which begs the question,Were you around Trains a lot growing up?
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #583 on: September 14, 2018, 12:00:00 AM »
I hate when you do that @corbe and you always do it.

You are trying to start trouble because you can't stand it when two members support Trump.

@Jazzhead and I are not arguing about that.  We are arguing because he thinks Trump will have to change his personality or be defeated.

I would like for Trump to be more like Ronald Reagan or even George W. Bush in his personal behavior.  Because I'm arguing with Jazz about this doesn't mean I wouldn't likeTrump better personally if he modified his tweets or stopped them.

But we may both be wrong about that because Trump is NOT losing popularity; he is gaining it and his behavior hasn't changed an iota.

A lot of people think Trump is right to tweet and that he needs to tweet to get his viewpoint out daily beyond a media that hates him and lies about him constantly.



 :thumbsup:  I love my president TRUMP...just the way he is.  HUMAN.  Oh & correct.

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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #584 on: September 14, 2018, 12:05:21 AM »
   If I was still fertile I'd certainly want to have his baby, too.
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #585 on: September 14, 2018, 12:08:31 AM »
   If I was still fertile I'd certainly want to have his baby, too.

Bless your heart!    :beer:
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #586 on: September 14, 2018, 12:13:34 AM »

Dear Lord...I said I messed up previous quote.

 Then I tried to fix it.  Still did not get it all.  Not my words. See  the poster I tried to quote, his quote. I figured people could figure it out. I guess not.  Learning this site. Did not see all of the post.

You lied, got caught.

Now spinning and dancing to new lies to cover your previous lie.

But be proud.

You lie simply to lie and get a reaction, just like the political messiah you worship.
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #587 on: September 14, 2018, 12:47:43 AM »
   @Emjay my dear, I am not trying to stir $hit up, being a regular here I have noticed @Jazzhead take a decidedly turn away from the TRUMP endearment of before the last few weeks.  I like the guy regardless, but he's been catching hell now.   I think it was @Maj. Bill Martin a couple of days ago that convinced me Trump ain't gonna change, accept that and move on.

    I still think Jazzy has been hit in the head with too many lanterns, though.  Which begs the question,Were you around Trains a lot growing up?

Ha, ha @corbe   Well, my daddy worked for the railroad; what's your excuse?
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #588 on: September 14, 2018, 12:53:28 AM »
   I didn't have a vote @Emjay

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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #589 on: September 14, 2018, 02:17:00 AM »
Did you find those Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C helpful at all? I think we talked about that some time ago.

I didn't because I had some good vitamin C at the time.  I had forgotten about this. I might get some now though.
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« Reply #590 on: September 14, 2018, 02:19:13 AM »
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #591 on: September 14, 2018, 08:51:10 AM »
No, corbe.  Jazzhead is still on the train but he has to sit in the back for a while until he gets over two ridiculous notions.

One is that Trump will ruin everything if he doesn't 'change.'

Two is that Trump needs to change.

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.   

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« Reply #592 on: September 14, 2018, 09:21:12 AM »
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.   

Your source, please.  And your reasoning for why you believe it.  Maybe President Hillary Clinton's been whispering in your ear.

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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.   

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.
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« Reply #593 on: September 14, 2018, 09:26:34 AM »
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.

Excellent POV, @Right_in_Virginia
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #594 on: September 14, 2018, 09:55:21 AM »
Your source, please.  And your reasoning for why you believe it.  Maybe President Hillary Clinton's been whispering in your ear.

He told you the source.
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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #595 on: September 14, 2018, 10:08:11 AM »
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.

What bullshit.   My oh-so-delicate feelings are irrelevant, @Right_in_Virginia ;  I'm voting GOP in spite of Trump, not because of him.  What's at stake is the millions of us who like what's happening with the economy, but view the President as mired in chaos and self-absorption.   Those are the voters who are going to decide this fall's elections,  and it is that cohort that Trump - and his sycophant supporters like yourself - don't want to acknowledge or accommodate (indeed, your response is to belittle and insult!).    Instead,  Trump doubles down by insisting this election be a referendum on himself.

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Re: GOP senator says he 'regularly' considers leaving Republican Party
« Reply #596 on: September 14, 2018, 12:07:07 PM »
I hate when you do that @corbe and you always do it.

You are trying to start trouble because you can't stand it when two members support Trump.

@Jazzhead and I are not arguing about that.  We are arguing because he thinks Trump will have to change his personality or be defeated.

I would like for Trump to be more like Ronald Reagan or even George W. Bush in his personal behavior.  Because I'm arguing with Jazz about this doesn't mean I wouldn't likeTrump better personally if he modified his tweets or stopped them.

 

@corbe  @Emjay @Jazzhead

NONE of you "get it". IF Trump were to screw up and become like Reagan or that drunken cokehead homosexual from Texas,HE WOULD JUST BE ONE MORE POLITICIAN TRYING TO SWAP DEALS WITH THE DIMS.

He is PERFECT as what he is now,a NON-POLITICIAN/ANTI-POLITICIAN who doesn't give a damn whose toes he steps on or who he pisses off BECAUSE he is a Billionaire and can't be bought. BECAUSE he is a Billionaire he is NOT looking to make deals for personal advantage,or for the advantage of his big-buck supporters so he can get elected the next time.

ALL Trump cares about is his ego,and how he goes down in the history books. Will he be written off as another who compromises the nation and our way of life for personal profits and power,or will he be described as an effective President that "Made America Great Again"? That is ALL he cares about and that is WHY he "ain't playing the political game like a professional pol.

Our system has became so politically corrupted during the 20th Century do ANY of you SERIOUSLY think that "more of the same" is going to change anything?

Nope,what we need is a verbal bomb-thrower that doesn't go along to get along with the professional white collar criminals we call "politicians"

And trust me,Trump has spent his whole life having to bribe those people to get them to do what they are already being paid to do after being elected or appointed to their jobs,so chances are he is even more pissed off about all the professional corruption than any of us are.

Not only that,but he grew up hearing from his father how he and his grandfather both had to bribe public officials to get them to do the things they were already being paid to do,and how they were protected by the politicians they gave a cut of the take to.

BTW,this is one reason the professional pols in both branches of the Ruling Party hate Trump so much. They KNOW he has broken the law by paying them bribes in the past,but there is no way they can accuse him of it without admitting to guilt themselves,and they know all Trump would have to do to defend himself would be demand time on  prime time tv stations to tell the public those politicians made paying them bribes a part of any deal made,and THAT is why it costs the public so much to get anything done.

A non-political president is our only hope because anyone else would make compromise after compromise to the point where all we would have is more of the same until a corporate board is appointed to run the country and voting by common people is no longer allowed.

Ironic how the movers and shakers are using anarchy to create their dream police state,ain't it?
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« Reply #597 on: September 14, 2018, 02:12:32 PM »
@corbe  @Emjay @Jazzhead

NONE of you "get it". IF Trump were to screw up and become like Reagan or that drunken cokehead homosexual from Texas,HE WOULD JUST BE ONE MORE POLITICIAN TRYING TO SWAP DEALS WITH THE DIMS.

He is PERFECT as what he is now,a NON-POLITICIAN/ANTI-POLITICIAN who doesn't give a damn whose toes he steps on or who he pisses off BECAUSE he is a Billionaire and can't be bought. BECAUSE he is a Billionaire he is NOT looking to make deals for personal advantage,or for the advantage of his big-buck supporters so he can get elected the next time.

LOL! That's one helluva spin you're throwin @sneakypete

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ALL Trump cares about is his ego,and how he goes down in the history books. Will he be written off as another who compromises the nation and our way of life for personal profits and power,or will he be described as an effective President that "Made America Great Again"? That is ALL he cares about and that is WHY he "ain't playing the political game like a professional pol.

Our system has became so politically corrupted during the 20th Century do ANY of you SERIOUSLY think that "more of the same" is going to change anything?

You are under the delusion that there is nothing in-between those two points, when there is. It's called Conservatism, and it works every time it's tried.

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Nope,what we need is a verbal bomb-thrower that doesn't go along to get along with the professional white collar criminals we call "politicians"

And trust me,Trump has spent his whole life having to bribe those people to get them to do what they are already being paid to do after being elected or appointed to their jobs,so chances are he is even more pissed off about all the professional corruption than any of us are.

Not only that,but he grew up hearing from his father how he and his grandfather both had to bribe public officials to get them to do the things they were already being paid to do,and how they were protected by the politicians they gave a cut of the take to.

Again more wishful  thinking, without evidence. 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.

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BTW,this is one reason the professional pols in both branches of the Ruling Party hate Trump so much. They KNOW he has broken the law by paying them bribes in the past,but there is no way they can accuse him of it without admitting to guilt themselves,and they know all Trump would have to do to defend himself would be demand time on  prime time tv stations to tell the public those politicians made paying them bribes a part of any deal made,and THAT is why it costs the public so much to get anything done.

LOL! More abracadabera. More likely is he has dirt on them. He's just as dirty as they are, and he has played this same game the whole time. how the hell does he come out of it with this glowing halo?

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A non-political president is our only hope because anyone else would make compromise after compromise to the point where all we would have is more of the same until a corporate board is appointed to run the country and voting by common people is no longer allowed.

You mean like the compromise that got us yet another massive porkulous bill? you mean like that?

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« Reply #598 on: September 14, 2018, 02:46:14 PM »
Again more wishful  thinking, without evidence. 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.









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« Reply #599 on: September 14, 2018, 02:54:58 PM »
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LOL! That's one helluva spin you're throwin @sneakypete

I can lead you to water......

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You are under the delusion that there is nothing in-between those two points, when there is. It's called Conservatism, and it works every time it's tried.

How would you know? You believe in miracles.

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Again more wishful  thinking, without evidence.

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

 
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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.

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

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LOL! More abracadabera. More likely is he has dirt on them. He's just as dirty as they are, and he has played this same game the whole time. how the hell does he come out of it with this glowing halo?

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.

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You mean like the compromise that got us yet another massive porkulous bill? you mean like that?

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

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Rose colored glasses, the whole way Pete...

I think there is more to it than that,but I guess you could try taking them off to see if things get any clearer.
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