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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1600 on: May 03, 2018, 08:37:33 AM »
Ronny Jackson is gone too.

Another ass-kisser bites the dust:
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Like many loyal Trump staffers, Jackson was fulsome in his praise of Trump, opining about his marvelous genes and distorting the truth to protect his boss. He waxed poetic about his "excellent heart health," when the lab numbers showed something closer to heart disease. And the President apparently grew an extra inch from his previously reported 6'2", which allowed him to miss the cut off for obesity by half a pound.

If only rump could cut back on the junk food, and the lies.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1601 on: May 03, 2018, 08:51:48 AM »
I think everyone knows Trump fudged his physical and aint on the verge of winning a marathon.

Nobody cares because he never had to be tossed like a slab of beef into the back if a van and keot up a campaign schedule that would exhaust men half his age.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1602 on: May 03, 2018, 09:56:08 AM »
Except his dumb followers, who don't fact check anything.  At the time, it was big news that 'he was in great shape', and there was a lot of 'gloating' from his dumb followers.
You'd be amazed how many of his "followers" actually hold him in deep suspicion and understand his defects of character. He was high-risk, high-reward and they knew there would be uncomfortable moments along the way. The issue for them wasn't whether he told the truth about some stuff that didn't matter or even exaggerated or whatever some stuff that really did. The issue is would he fight tooth and nail for them. On immigration, trade, and non-intervention, he has done what he pledged despite facing tremendous resistance from the Democrats and within his own party.

Salena Zito said it best: Trump's supporters take him seriously but not literally. The media and Trump's haters take him literally but not seriously.

The fact that so many on the left still haven't internalized and accepted this incredibly perceptive analysis of the voting public is to the Democratic Party's detriment. The Democratic Party and its supporters are obsessed with thinking they're smarter than Republicans (despite constantly getting outmaneuvered ala the Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote) and the mistaken belief that Trump voters were just morons who were duped by Trump's rhetoric and Russian facebook ads.

Did you predict that Trump would get the nomination? Did you predict that he would win the election? Did you predict that he would start a war? Did you predict that he'd collapse the economy? Did any of these things happen? No? Then why the hell should anyone listen to you?

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1603 on: May 03, 2018, 11:34:54 AM »
https://www.cnn.com/2018/05/02/politics/giuliani-hannity-comey/index.html

So, Trump never knew about the payment to Stormy Daniels but the $130,000 reimbursed to Cohen is just "legal fees?".

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1604 on: May 03, 2018, 11:48:25 AM »
Ru-dy! Ru-dy! Ru-dy! (Of course he was a crook too.)

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In a startling revelation, President Donald Trump's new lawyer said Wednesday that Trump repaid his personal attorney $130,000 in a deal made just before the 2016 election to keep porn star Stormy Daniels quiet about her tryst with the president, directly contradicting Trump's past statements about the hush money.

During an appearance on Fox News Channel's "Hannity," Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani said the money to repay Michael Cohen had been "funneled ... through the law firm and the president repaid it."

Asked if Trump knew about the arrangement, Giuliani said: "He didn't know about the specifics of it, as far as I know. But he did know about the general arrangement, that Michael would take care of things like this, like I take care of things like this for my clients. I don't burden them with every single thing that comes along. These are busy people."

Trump told reporters several weeks ago that he didn't know about the payment to Daniels as part of a non-disclosure agreement she signed days before the 2016 presidential election.

Asked aboard Air Force One whether he knew about the payment, Trump said flatly: "No." Trump also said he didn't know why Cohen had made the payment or where he got the money.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1605 on: May 03, 2018, 11:56:22 AM »
Except his dumb followers, who don't fact check anything.  At the time, it was big news that 'he was in great shape', and there was a lot of 'gloating' from his dumb followers.
You'd be amazed how many of his "followers" actually hold him in deep suspicion and understand his defects of character. He was high-risk, high-reward and they knew there would be uncomfortable moments along the way. The issue for them wasn't whether he told the truth about some stuff that didn't matter or even exaggerated or whatever some stuff that really did. The issue is would he fight tooth and nail for them. On immigration, trade, and non-intervention, he has done what he pledged despite facing tremendous resistance from the Democrats and within his own party.

Salena Zito said it best: Trump's supporters take him seriously but not literally. The media and Trump's haters take him literally but not seriously.

The fact that so many on the left still haven't internalized and accepted this incredibly perceptive analysis of the voting public is to the Democratic Party's detriment. The Democratic Party and its supporters are obsessed with thinking they're smarter than Republicans (despite constantly getting outmaneuvered ala the Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote) and the mistaken belief that Trump voters were just morons who were duped by Trump's rhetoric and Russian facebook ads.

Did you predict that Trump would get the nomination? Did you predict that he would win the election? Did you predict that he would start a war? Did you predict that he'd collapse the economy? Did any of these things happen? No? Then why the hell should anyone listen to you?
dems don't want to play the southern strategy game. They don't want to appeal to racists. And they believe the truth matters.

Deceiving the public is a big deal, especially when you're running for office. That deception is now corruption.

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has granted a financial hardship waiver to an oil refinery owned by billionaire Carl Icahn, a former adviser to President Donald Trump.
https://www.cnbc.com/2018/04/30/us-epa-grants-biofuels-waiver-to-billionaire-carl-icahns-oil-refinery-sources.html

BTW, since you're a trumpite and your posts are moronic, that pretty much negates your point about bone spurs' supporters.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1606 on: May 03, 2018, 01:14:39 PM »
https://www.cnn.com/2018/05/02/politics/giuliani-hannity-comey/index.html

So, Trump never knew about the payment to Stormy Daniels but the $130,000 reimbursed to Cohen is just "legal fees?".

So Trump paid a porn star to shut up. Big frickin deal.

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They don't want to appeal to racists.

Of course they do. They appeal to the anti-white and anti-male racism and hate.

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And they believe the truth matters.

They've deluded themselves into believing that their opinion=the truth

If they cared about the truth, they might have stopped and re-evaluated their competency after all their predictions did not come to pass.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1607 on: May 03, 2018, 01:33:20 PM »
https://www.cnn.com/2018/05/02/politics/giuliani-hannity-comey/index.html

So, Trump never knew about the payment to Stormy Daniels but the $130,000 reimbursed to Cohen is just "legal fees?".

So Trump paid a porn star to shut up. Big frickin deal.


And like everything else he's lied about it constantly. :laugh:
Tell me, which part of the Steele Dossier don't you believe? :laugh:
Do you believe he's the kind of guy that wouldn't  pay for a golden shower from Russian hookers  on a trip to Moscow?  :laugh:
How gullible are you?
 

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1608 on: May 03, 2018, 03:07:36 PM »
Trump is a real jerk.
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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1609 on: May 03, 2018, 03:09:14 PM »
And like everything else he's lied about it constantly. :laugh:
Tell me, which part of the Steele Dossier don't you believe? :laugh:
Do you believe he's the kind of guy that wouldn't  pay for a golden shower from Russian hookers  on a trip to Moscow?  :laugh:
How gullible are you?

I don't know what parts of the Steele dossier to believe and what parts not to believe. I do believe that it is certainly to be viewed with skepticism.

I do think gullible are the people who think at some point in 2015, someone walked into a meeting with Putin, and put their life and career at risk by pitching some idea involving using Trump as a Manchurian candidate to become President and that the way they'd accomplish this is with some facebook ads, retweets, and John Podesta falling for a password phishing scheme and knowing that somehow the DNC would feed questions to Donna Brazile months before it happened.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1610 on: May 03, 2018, 03:20:45 PM »
And like everything else he's lied about it constantly. :laugh:
Tell me, which part of the Steele Dossier don't you believe? :laugh:
Do you believe he's the kind of guy that wouldn't  pay for a golden shower from Russian hookers  on a trip to Moscow?  :laugh:
How gullible are you?

I don't know what parts of the Steele dossier to believe and what parts not to believe. I do believe that it is certainly to be viewed with skepticism.

I do think gullible are the people who think at some point in 2015, someone walked into a meeting with Putin, and put their life and career at risk by pitching some idea involving using Trump as a Manchurian candidate to become President and that the way they'd accomplish this is with some facebook ads, retweets, and John Podesta falling for a password phishing scheme and knowing that somehow the DNC would feed questions to Donna Brazile months before it happened.
No, gullible is the person who thinks that that's what anyone thinks.  (I'm leaving "gullible" there for parallelism, but frankly there are more apposite adjectives.)

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1611 on: May 03, 2018, 03:24:33 PM »
And like everything else he's lied about it constantly. :laugh:
Tell me, which part of the Steele Dossier don't you believe? :laugh:
Do you believe he's the kind of guy that wouldn't  pay for a golden shower from Russian hookers  on a trip to Moscow?  :laugh:
How gullible are you?

I don't know what parts of the Steele dossier to believe and what parts not to believe. I do believe that it is certainly to be viewed with skepticism.

I do think gullible are the people who think at some point in 2015, someone walked into a meeting with Putin, and put their life and career at risk by pitching some idea involving using Trump as a Manchurian candidate to become President and that the way they'd accomplish this is with some facebook ads, retweets, and John Podesta falling for a password phishing scheme and knowing that somehow the DNC would feed questions to Donna Brazile months before it happened.
Ok,
So that's a yes to the Golden Shower then. ;D But what the hell aye?  Who cares right? :laugh:
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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1612 on: May 03, 2018, 06:41:36 PM »
And like everything else he's lied about it constantly. :laugh:
Tell me, which part of the Steele Dossier don't you believe? :laugh:
Do you believe he's the kind of guy that wouldn't  pay for a golden shower from Russian hookers  on a trip to Moscow?  :laugh:
How gullible are you?

I don't know what parts of the Steele dossier to believe and what parts not to believe. I do believe that it is certainly to be viewed with skepticism.

I do think gullible are the people who think at some point in 2015, someone walked into a meeting with Putin, and put their life and career at risk by pitching some idea involving using Trump as a Manchurian candidate to become President and that the way they'd accomplish this is with some facebook ads, retweets, and John Podesta falling for a password phishing scheme and knowing that somehow the DNC would feed questions to Donna Brazile months before it happened.
Ok,
So that's a yes to the Golden Shower then. ;D But what the hell aye?  Who cares right? :laugh:
Check!

You know your side is desperate when one side can talk about solving one of an 'unsolvable' crisis and your side has Russian hookers peeing.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1613 on: May 03, 2018, 06:51:43 PM »
And like everything else he's lied about it constantly. :laugh:
Tell me, which part of the Steele Dossier don't you believe? :laugh:
Do you believe he's the kind of guy that wouldn't  pay for a golden shower from Russian hookers  on a trip to Moscow?  :laugh:
How gullible are you?

I don't know what parts of the Steele dossier to believe and what parts not to believe. I do believe that it is certainly to be viewed with skepticism.

I do think gullible are the people who think at some point in 2015, someone walked into a meeting with Putin, and put their life and career at risk by pitching some idea involving using Trump as a Manchurian candidate to become President and that the way they'd accomplish this is with some facebook ads, retweets, and John Podesta falling for a password phishing scheme and knowing that somehow the DNC would feed questions to Donna Brazile months before it happened.
No, gullible is the person who thinks that that's what anyone thinks.  (I'm leaving "gullible" there for parallelism, but frankly there are more apposite adjectives.)

How many of your predictions regarding Trunp have come true? In the case of the left, virtually none save an attempt to repeal Obamacare (which I admit is a big one that I was against).

Otherwise the predictions of doom and gloom have failed to materialize. Life goes on.

As for what the left believes, it seems to be borderline incoherant regarding Trump and often contradictory or verging on the deranged. Like Trump somehow concoctimg evil schemes that secretly enrich him yet being senile.

It seems to be little more than "Someone said something bad about Trump? Must be true."

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1614 on: May 03, 2018, 07:11:12 PM »
And like everything else he's lied about it constantly. :laugh:
Tell me, which part of the Steele Dossier don't you believe? :laugh:
Do you believe he's the kind of guy that wouldn't  pay for a golden shower from Russian hookers  on a trip to Moscow?  :laugh:
How gullible are you?

I don't know what parts of the Steele dossier to believe and what parts not to believe. I do believe that it is certainly to be viewed with skepticism.

I do think gullible are the people who think at some point in 2015, someone walked into a meeting with Putin, and put their life and career at risk by pitching some idea involving using Trump as a Manchurian candidate to become President and that the way they'd accomplish this is with some facebook ads, retweets, and John Podesta falling for a password phishing scheme and knowing that somehow the DNC would feed questions to Donna Brazile months before it happened.
No, gullible is the person who thinks that that's what anyone thinks.  (I'm leaving "gullible" there for parallelism, but frankly there are more apposite adjectives.)

How many of your predictions regarding Trunp have come true? In the case of the left, virtually none save an attempt to repeal Obamacare (which I admit is a big one that I was against).

Otherwise the predictions of doom and gloom have failed to materialize. Life goes on.

As for what the left believes, it seems to be borderline incoherant regarding Trump and often contradictory or verging on the deranged. Like Trump somehow concoctimg evil schemes that secretly enrich him yet being senile.

It seems to be little more than "Someone said something bad about Trump? Must be true."

Sounds a lot like Trump's twitter feed.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1615 on: May 04, 2018, 04:30:11 AM »
https://www.cnn.com/2018/05/02/politics/giuliani-hannity-comey/index.html

So, Trump never knew about the payment to Stormy Daniels but the $130,000 reimbursed to Cohen is just "legal fees?".

So Trump paid a porn star to shut up. Big frickin deal.

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They don't want to appeal to racists.

Of course they do. They appeal to the anti-white and anti-male racism and hate.

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And they believe the truth matters.

They've deluded themselves into believing that their opinion=the truth

If they cared about the truth, they might have stopped and re-evaluated their competency after all their predictions did not come to pass.
More idiotic deflection.

Pro-diversity does not equate to being anti-white.

Being honest has nothing to do with opinion.

Did you pay a porn star not to talk is a yes or no question.

Why do you defend lies and liars? Are you  a habitual liar too?

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1616 on: May 04, 2018, 04:35:46 AM »
And like everything else he's lied about it constantly. :laugh:
Tell me, which part of the Steele Dossier don't you believe? :laugh:
Do you believe he's the kind of guy that wouldn't  pay for a golden shower from Russian hookers  on a trip to Moscow?  :laugh:
How gullible are you?

I don't know what parts of the Steele dossier to believe and what parts not to believe. I do believe that it is certainly to be viewed with skepticism.

I do think gullible are the people who think at some point in 2015, someone walked into a meeting with Putin, and put their life and career at risk by pitching some idea involving using Trump as a Manchurian candidate to become President and that the way they'd accomplish this is with some facebook ads, retweets, and John Podesta falling for a password phishing scheme and knowing that somehow the DNC would feed questions to Donna Brazile months before it happened.
Ok,
So that's a yes to the Golden Shower then. ;D But what the hell aye?  Who cares right? :laugh:
Check!

You know your side is desperate when one side can talk about solving one of an 'unsolvable' crisis and your side has Russian hookers peeing.
Talking about sides--typical repugnican thinking that leads to politicians who care only about power and not serving their country.

Dems have plenty to talk about--tax cuts for the rich that are ballooning the deficit, attacks on voting rights, increases in hate crimes, bringing back the failed war on drugs, a new war on the poor, cuts to education and the arts, the continued attacks on the environment, corruption throughout the administration.

But this thread is about impeaching trump for collusion and other crimes.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1617 on: May 04, 2018, 03:22:28 PM »
And like everything else he's lied about it constantly. :laugh:
Tell me, which part of the Steele Dossier don't you believe? :laugh:
Do you believe he's the kind of guy that wouldn't  pay for a golden shower from Russian hookers  on a trip to Moscow?  :laugh:
How gullible are you?

I don't know what parts of the Steele dossier to believe and what parts not to believe. I do believe that it is certainly to be viewed with skepticism.

I do think gullible are the people who think at some point in 2015, someone walked into a meeting with Putin, and put their life and career at risk by pitching some idea involving using Trump as a Manchurian candidate to become President and that the way they'd accomplish this is with some facebook ads, retweets, and John Podesta falling for a password phishing scheme and knowing that somehow the DNC would feed questions to Donna Brazile months before it happened.
Ok,
So that's a yes to the Golden Shower then. ;D But what the hell aye?  Who cares right? :laugh:
Check!

You know your side is desperate when one side can talk about solving one of an 'unsolvable' crisis and your side has Russian hookers peeing.

Interesting that you label it a crisis.
I think we'd agree that the longevity of this presidency faces far greater crises.
Still they don't come much trashier than that one.
Just wondering if your country's standing in the world concerns you much anymore?
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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1618 on: May 04, 2018, 05:57:29 PM »
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Over a thousand economists have written to Donald Trump warning his “economic protectionism” and tough rhetoric on trade threatens to repeat the mistakes the US made in the 1930s, mistakes that plunged the world into the Great Depression.

The 1,140 economists, including 14 Nobel prize winners, sent the letter on Thursday amid an escalating row over trade between the US and the European Union. Trump has imposed tariffs on steel and aluminium imports but has granted temporary reprieves to the EU, Australia and other countries.

“In 1930, 1,028 economists urged Congress to reject the protectionist Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act,” the authors write, citing a trade act that many economists argue was one of the triggers for the Great Depression.

“Today, Americans face a host of new protectionist activity, including threats to withdraw from trade agreements, misguided calls for new tariffs in response to trade imbalances, and the imposition of tariffs on washing machines, solar components, and even steel and aluminum used by US manufacturers.

“Congress did not take economists’ advice in 1930, and Americans across the country paid the price. The undersigned economists and teachers of economics strongly urge you not to repeat that mistake. Much has changed since 1930 – for example, trade is now significantly more important to our economy – but the fundamental economic principles as explained at the time have not.”, sent the letter on Thursday amid an escalating row over trade between the US and the European Union. Trump has imposed tariffs on steel and aluminium imports but has granted temporary reprieves to the EU, Australia and other countries.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/may/03/donald-trump-trade-economists-warning-great-depression

Hmmm, 1,140 economists, including 14 Nobel prize winners seems like a lot of very smart people.

Been staying out of this using a lot of willpower, but my only comment will be:

Isn't it interesting that we can compare our country to the 1930's and worry about what might happen and that's okay, but at the same time the Bill of Rights is "outdated" and the constitution is irrelevant.  Why do we always defend things with such hypocrisy? (on both sides of the aisle)

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1619 on: May 05, 2018, 11:09:11 AM »
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Over a thousand economists have written to Donald Trump warning his “economic protectionism” and tough rhetoric on trade threatens to repeat the mistakes the US made in the 1930s, mistakes that plunged the world into the Great Depression.

The 1,140 economists, including 14 Nobel prize winners, sent the letter on Thursday amid an escalating row over trade between the US and the European Union. Trump has imposed tariffs on steel and aluminium imports but has granted temporary reprieves to the EU, Australia and other countries.

“In 1930, 1,028 economists urged Congress to reject the protectionist Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act,” the authors write, citing a trade act that many economists argue was one of the triggers for the Great Depression.

“Today, Americans face a host of new protectionist activity, including threats to withdraw from trade agreements, misguided calls for new tariffs in response to trade imbalances, and the imposition of tariffs on washing machines, solar components, and even steel and aluminum used by US manufacturers.

“Congress did not take economists’ advice in 1930, and Americans across the country paid the price. The undersigned economists and teachers of economics strongly urge you not to repeat that mistake. Much has changed since 1930 – for example, trade is now significantly more important to our economy – but the fundamental economic principles as explained at the time have not.”, sent the letter on Thursday amid an escalating row over trade between the US and the European Union. Trump has imposed tariffs on steel and aluminium imports but has granted temporary reprieves to the EU, Australia and other countries.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/may/03/donald-trump-trade-economists-warning-great-depression

Hmmm, 1,140 economists, including 14 Nobel prize winners seems like a lot of very smart people.

And yet if you talked to people in the tech industry (you know, actual business people instead of academics) they'd tell you that what's in the pipeline regarding health tech, energy, 5G, and so on, and the US being the leader in these industries, means that talk of a great depression if Trump's tariffs fail is ridiculous.