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  • #31
    Originally posted by CHEEZY08 View Post
    Nah, its just the flip side of "The world is going to end because...Trump!"
    The truth is probably more in the middle. Some things will probably be better and some things will probably be worse. If jobs, the economy, taxes, immigration all improve I will take that trade for a few more euroweenies, the PC Police, Hollywood or the Mexican government not liking us.
    It's not about people "liking" us. Its about credibility. These daily and weekly assaults on reality are eroding our credibility in a pretty quick order. If you think that's not important as "leader of the free world" then I'm not sure what to tell you. Its like Tillerson saying we will launch a pre-emptive strike on North Korea if provoked. Is there anyone that has much confidence in this administrations ability to determine fact from fiction as far as who or what might provoke us into war at this point? Are you going with the theory that behind closed doors they are really slick geniuses that are playing everyone?

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    • #32
      So so we are aware, I can't upload the picture because fuck UJ but North Korea is right now trolling Trump regarding the possibility of war. Who here is confident a twitter rant won't start a war?

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      • #33
        Originally posted by posthuman View Post
        So so we are aware, I can't upload the picture because fuck UJ but North Korea is right now trolling Trump regarding the possibility of war. Who here is confident a twitter rant won't start a war?

        These things gotta happen every five years, 10 years. Helps to get rid of the bad blood. You know you gotta stop them at the beginning.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by CHEEZY08 View Post

          So in 3.5 years when the economy is humming along nicely, job creation has grown, personal savings has grown and the world hasnt ended via nuclear war are we going to get a "Whoops! My bad." from you?
          "We'll see."

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          • #35
            The British are not the only one's that are really owed an apology. In fact, the main harm has yet to be apologized for.

            If Chump didn't have a ton of SS guys around him at all times, the victim of the slander should give him a bloody nose next time they meet.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by CHEEZY08 View Post

              So in 3.5 years when the economy is humming along nicely, job creation has grown, personal savings has grown and the world hasnt ended via nuclear war are we going to get a "Whoops! My bad." from you?
              The economy improved dramatically under Obama. Job growth has been steady. Obama started exactly zero wars. So where is your "Whoops! My bad?"

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              • #37
                Originally posted by spudoc View Post
                The economy improved dramatically under Obama. Job growth has been steady. Obama started exactly zero wars. So where is your "Whoops! My bad?"
                He did ok. Some things I liked and some things I didnt. I bitched about the things I didnt like but I was never an "Obama is going to end the world!" kind of guy like so many of the anti-Trump people are here so the comparison doesnt work. Sorry.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by CHEEZY08 View Post

                  He did ok. Some things I liked and some things I didnt. I bitched about the things I didnt like but I was never an "Obama is going to end the world!" kind of guy like so many of the anti-Trump people are here so the comparison doesnt work. Sorry.
                  I'll give Trump an "Oops my bad" just as soon as he gives Obama one for making up the wiretapping bullshit. Any day now. What is the whoops my bad for anyway? So the economy humming along when it was in good shape when he got it is worth him making an embarrassment out of our country on pretty much every level? And that is the view of it now. We haven't seen him deal with any serious crises yet. His "embarrassing us" days might seem quaint if he starts getting us involved in conflicts based on bullshit.

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                  • #39
                    Seems to be a bit of confusion in the well oiled trump admin, first we get apologies and an assurance not to repeat the claims, then spicer says he didn't apologise and trump stands by his claims, and the donald explains there was no problem really because he was merely repeating claims made by fox, from the WH podium, and any questions should go to fox. Then trump doubles down on his wiretapping claims during Merkel's visit. I'm embarrassed for y'all.

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                    • #40
                      He looked like such a clueless little bitch next to Merkel. I'm embarrassed for us as well.

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                      • #41
                        This machine is so well oiled I just don't know how much longer we can stand it.






                        Did anyone notice yesterday when shit for brains read "his favorite Irish proverb" for the Irish Prime Minister that was actually a poem written by Albasheer Adam Alhassan, a Nigerian?


                        "As we stand together with our Irish friends, I'm reminded of that proverb -- and this is a good one, this is one I like. I've heard it for many, many years and I love it. 'Always remember to forget the friends that proved untrue. But never forget to remember those that have stuck by you.'"

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                        • #42
                          Quite a few Irish people noticed that they'd never heard of it. He appears to have pulled it off instagram. The Nigerian poet seems to have plagiarised it though, poor bastard didn't expect this level of scrutiny I suppose.

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                          • #43
                            My favorite Irish quote

                            "I would have been glad to have lived under my wood side and to have kept a flock of sheep rather than to have undertaken this government."

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                            • #44
                              White House Cites Satire Story to Support Trump's Nightmare Budget

                              http://gizmodo.com/white-house-cites...htm-1793377945

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by AnalHamster View Post
                                Quite a few Irish people noticed that they'd never heard of it. He appears to have pulled it off instagram. The Nigerian poet seems to have plagiarised it though, poor bastard didn't expect this level of scrutiny I suppose.
                                It's not Shakespeare so I can see how maybe more than one person might have come up with the phrase separately. I think the thing Trump likes about it is it supports grudges as policy and sycophants as allies. There's so many better mantras to guide you through life. His supposedly favorite book "The Bible" has a lot of great quotes about forgiveness and charity, 2 subjects he doesn't seem to care for in his personal life or his government.

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