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racially abuses 4 US Congresspersons the day after it is revealed that he is starving Iranian children just to get back at a black President!

Thank you, Brexiter Lards, for getting us our independence!

Fryingfuckingpans and fuckingfires. Eh?

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One of the four heavily hinted that Nancy Pelosi was being racist to them before denying it when was asked directly. Another one of the four is undeniably anti-semitic, as per the instructions in her religious handbook.

Standard tactics when they can't do debate.

He did invite them all to come back again.

I have to admit that if anyone moves to a country on purpose and especially if someone seeks sanctuary in a country, and then spends all their waking hours whinging about that country, it doesn't exactly fill me with sympathy towards them. In fact, if they don't find it to their liking, they should leave. 

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Ah, the Hulltim8 argument. "If you don't like it (don't try to change it) go and live in North Korea."


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Freedom of speech! But only for those born in a specific geographical location!


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Quote Quote by theotherphantom on 15/07/2019 at 16:48
One of the four heavily hinted that Nancy Pelosi was being racist to them before denying it when was asked directly. Another one of the four is undeniably anti-semitic, as per the instructions in her religious handbook.

Standard tactics when they can't do debate.

He did invite them all to come back again.

I have to admit that if anyone moves to a country on purpose and especially if someone seeks sanctuary in a country, and then spends all their waking hours whinging about that country, it doesn't exactly fill me with sympathy towards them. In fact, if they don't find it to their liking, they should leave.


When are you leaving north America? You've done nothing but whinge about it for years.  

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15/07/2019 at 21:46

'Thank you, Brexiter Lards, for getting us our independence!'

Not that I'm that bothered, but even the basic google turns up the way Northamptonshire voted in the referendum.

So maybe turn your simplistic vitriol on your neighbours? 

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Quote Quote by Obadiah on 15/07/2019 at 21:01


When are you leaving north America? You've done nothing but whinge about it for years.


I think you'll find I've been whinging about the EU for years and I have every intention of leaving it. 

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So. Trump makes a change and, in order to distract from it, says something that's obviously going to annoy people, and it does.

Change goes through under the radar.

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Quote Quote by candw on 15/07/2019 at 10:58
racially abuses 4 US Congresspersons the day after it is revealed that he is starving Iranian children just to get back at a black President!


Obama's spies (Mueller & co) framed Mike Flynn because he opposed the Iran deal. So there's another reason for Trump to oppose it. Flynn will be out of prison soon; expect whoever framed him to take his place. Flynn was being illegally spied on by US agencies. He thought he was lobbying for a Dutch company. What he didn't know, and what the FBI did know - because of illegally spying on him - was that this Dutch company was working for a Turkish company. The FBI are legally obliged to warn its citizens if they come into contact with foreign spies, etc. They didn't warn him and he didn't know. They got him to sign a paper and then charged him with lying. In addition, a partner of Flynn's, who had been working with him and had done exactly the same work, was treated as a witness rather than a co-conspirator, and was not charged at all. 

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I think you'll find I've been whinging about the EU for years and I have every intention of leaving it.


Don't you think it's hypocritical to deny people born in the US the right to criticise it whilst giving yourself the right to criticise the EU?

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Quote Quote by I'm an alligator... on 15/07/2019 at 21:46
So maybe turn your simplistic vitriol on your neighbours?


Blimey, Ace, rather vitriolic!

I thought you'd have known, after all these years, that 'lards refers to the lumpen posters on this forum, almost all of whom were avid Brexiteers from the start. As opposed to me, who was mortally afraid of falling into the clutches of the like of the Orange Shitgibbon as a price of our "freedom".

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Trump's a cunt, however you present him to us or defend him. FACT.

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Quote Quote by Obadiah on 16/07/2019 at 08:41


Don't you think it's hypocritical to deny people born in the US the right to criticise it whilst giving yourself the right to criticise the EU?



Seeing as my only criticism on this thread specifically referred to people not born there, I haven't done what you claim. In the case of Ilhan Omar, she did exactly what I said, and was not born in the USA. All four are campaigning for totally open borders there, and are incapable of coherent argument. 

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Quote Quote by candw on 16/07/2019 at 09:19
Trump's a cunt, however you present him to us or defend him. FACT.


Quite possibly. 

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Seeing as my only criticism on this thread specifically referred to people not born there, I haven't done what you claim. In the case of Ilhan Omar, she did exactly what I said, and was not born in the USA. All four are campaigning for totally open borders there, and are incapable of coherent argument.


She's a politician for the opposition.. It's her job to criticise, do you expect her to sit in silence or agreement. For someone who has written a lot about snowflakes and freedom of speech, you seem to be easily triggered. How about letting her say what she wants and allow the public to decide if they agree with her or not.

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Quote Quote by theotherphantom on 16/07/2019 at 13:55


Seeing as my only criticism on this thread specifically referred to people not born there, I haven't done what you claim. In the case of Ilhan Omar, she did exactly what I said, and was not born in the USA. All four are campaigning for totally open borders there, and are incapable of coherent argument.


The world exists outside this thread. What is Fun in the USA except a huge whinge about US politics? Where you born there? Do you live there? What gives you a greater right to criticise the US than Ihan Omar? At least she's an elected representative.

It can't be because she criticises the Trump border policy because you believe in free speech. You've posted hundreds of videos to prove it. 

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She's a politician for the opposition.. It's her job to criticise, do you expect her to sit in silence or agreement. For someone who has written a lot about snowflakes and freedom of speech, you seem to be easily triggered. How about letting her say what she wants and allow the public to decide if they agree with her or not.

Libertarian, my harris!


Stuff like this confirms my decision (and roughly a third of the people registered to vote in GE's) not to partake in the corrupt, circular charade of politics.

It's the opposition's 'job' to criticise? Really? Even if they know they're wrong? Are they not allowed to agree? That's truly pathetic.

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16/07/2019 at 19:25

It's two party politics. Been going on for centuries.

Similarly I don't vote nationally or locally, although vote in my union elections.



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It's the opposition's 'job' to criticise? Really? Even if they know they're wrong? Are they not allowed to agree? That's truly pathetic.

One didn't get much opposition criticism in the Politburo. Is that what you hanker after?

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Quote Quote by essexgull on 16/07/2019 at 19:25
It's two party politics. Been going on for centuries.

Similarly I don't vote nationally or locally, although vote in my union elections.



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I remember thinking what the fook, when I was 'made up' and swore a (drunken) oath of allegiance to the union I had to join to stay in my job, after apprenticeship. Worthy Chair and Brothers All - I recall the handbook advised you to not bash your Mrs... how quaint, I still have it somewhere.

Is there still a political levy to the Labour Party? Not that I minded then, but there ain't many Tony Crosslands about nowadays are there, amongst today's caricatures.

Worst advise I got from old big gob, the shop steward, was to always vote - whereas the opposite would have the effect of exposing the sham of two party politics that's apparently been going on for centuries. Actually, fat chance of that. Even though the same number of people don't use their vote as both the leading parties combined, they still carry on regardless.

My fault for reading too many clever French bastards instead of Parade, I suppose...

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Quote Quote by I'm an alligator... on 16/07/2019 at 23:02


I remember thinking what the fook, when I was 'made up' and swore a (drunken) oath of allegiance to the union I had to join to stay in my job, after apprenticeship. Worthy Chair and Brothers All - I recall the handbook advised you to not bash your Mrs... how quaint, I still have it somewhere.

Is there still a political levy to the Labour Party? Not that I minded then, but there ain't many Tony Crosslands about nowadays are there, amongst today's caricatures.

Worst advise I got from old big gob, the shop steward, was to always vote - whereas the opposite would have the effect of exposing the sham of two party politics that's apparently been going on for centuries. Actually, fat chance of that. Even though the same number of people don't use their vote as both the leading parties combined, they still carry on regardless.

My fault for reading too many clever French bastards instead of Parade, I suppose...



It has its faults, it's over-bureaucratic, slightly dogmatic and leans to the equivalent of the Labour party and actually costs me money as my role isn't really protected by it, but it has maintained offshore wages higher than onshore ones and has demanded that safety procedures are significantly higher than the UK's and so helicopter and offshore accidents are less than a quarter of the UK's, so I support it, although am critical of aspects of it - I'm a voluntary member who has complaints and votes to change how I think will improve it.


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The world exists outside this thread. What is Fun in the USA except a huge whinge about US politics? Where you born there? Do you live there? What gives you a greater right to criticise the US than Ihan Omar? At least she's an elected representative.

It can't be because she criticises the Trump border policy because you believe in free speech. You've posted hundreds of videos to prove it.


Fun In The USA is largely a commentary on what's happening. It's about the illegal activities carried out by the Obamas/Clintons. It's not criticism of the USA and it's not whinging. It's what is happening. It's there to inform. I can't understand how you've missed that. 

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Fun In The USA is largely a commentary on what's happening. It's about the illegal activities carried out by the Obamas/Clintons. It's not criticism of the USA and it's not whinging. It's what is happening. It's there to inform. I can't understand how you've missed that.


Really? I must have missed that. I thought you wanted the swamp cleared? Isn't that having an opinion on what's happening in the US? Isn't it you giving yourself the right to comment on US politics whilst denying that right to others on this thread?

I see Trump was on the BBC news today touching some woman's backside at a party with Epstein. If Trump is about to backdown to Iran and is linked to Epstein I can see why he'd rather be arguing about race. 

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How's about that anyone can complain and whinge if they choose? You're not obliged to listen or read it, Top old bean.


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Hear, hear...

Or Heeeearrrrrrrrrrr heaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrr... as the Westminster shitgibbons go...

Me, I'd like to complain and whine about Boris the fucking retarded over-privileged totalcunt caracture, Trump-Clinton the mind numbingly shocking reality farce that envelops the world, Corbyn the Islington barbarian and his sad sack side show of deja fucking vu clowns for a kick off.

And don't get me started on the myopia surrounding the capitalist Animal Farm-like stench of the EU...

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Quote Quote by essexgull on 16/07/2019 at 15:47


She's a politician for the opposition.. It's her job to criticise, do you expect her to sit in silence or agreement. For someone who has written a lot about snowflakes and freedom of speech, you seem to be easily triggered. How about letting her say what she wants and allow the public to decide if they agree with her or not.

Libertarian, my harris!


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Gordon Bennett, what is up with you lot?

I'm not talking about her criticising Trump or the Republicans. I'm talking about her general mendacious and disingenuous criticisms of a country that's given her a home and refuge from the troubles in her country of origin. I'm talking about her mandacious and disingenuous criticisms of the USA. 

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I'm talking about her mendacious and disingenuous criticisms of the USA.

If the above is accurate, so what? Is it only white folk who are allowed to comment adversely on their country? How many generations must they have been in the country to be allowed to do so? Is the President allowed to spout mendacious and disingenuous lies about most things, just because he's President? Or because he's a white President?

ToP Trump?

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I'm talking about her mandacious and disingenuous criticisms of the USA.


Such as?


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Gordon Bennett, what is up with you lot?

I'm not talking about her criticising Trump or the Republicans. I'm talking about her general mendacious and disingenuous criticisms of a country that's given her a home and refuge from the troubles in her country of origin. I'm talking about her mandacious and disingenuous criticisms of the USA.


What's up with me is fairly simple. You posted hours and hours of film demanding free speech and then when somebody exercises that right you criticise her for doing so.

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Quote Quote by Obadiah on 18/07/2019 at 20:38


What's up with me is fairly simple. You posted hours and hours of film demanding free speech and then when somebody exercises that right you criticise her for doing so.



I didn't. I criticised her for being a stupid ingrate, for lying, for saying stupid things, and for not taking the obvious recourse. She can say whatever the hell she likes, but, like when everyone else opens their mouths, she runs the risk of being judged on it. 

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Such as?


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You think the US detention centres are concentration camps? I bet you can think of millions of people from any number of countries or religions or whatever, from various times in history, who would have appreciated being in the kind of concentration camp that lets you go home whenever you want to.

You think there's joined-up thinking in complaining about the state of the detention centres and then voting against increasing the funding for them?

She's history before next year's out anyway.

Oh, wait, that's AOC. 

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I have to admit that if anyone moves to a country on purpose and especially if someone seeks sanctuary in a country, and then spends all their waking hours whinging about that country, it doesn't exactly fill me with sympathy towards them. In fact, if they don't find it to their liking, they should leave.


In all your posts on free speech you didn't mention that free speech comes at a price. The price being having to leave if they don't like living in a country that gave her parents asylum?

I think telling her to leave the US isn't criticising what she said, but punishing her for what she says.



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You think there's joined-up thinking in complaining about the state of the detention centres and then voting against increasing the funding for them?

LOL! Tart them up or close them altogether? And you choose tarting up! Shameful.

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Been really busy. Will get back to you. 

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Quote Quote by candw on 19/07/2019 at 13:01
You think there's joined-up thinking in complaining about the state of the detention centres and then voting against increasing the funding for them?

LOL! Tart them up or close them altogether? And you choose tarting up! Shameful.


Shameful? What would you be doing? The open borders option? Just let all the traffickers and drug runners in without question? Do you know 30% of "families" that turn up with kids are not related to the kids? What's your solution? They get better fed at these centres.

The detention centres were instituted by Obama. They are, as you know full well, processing centres rather than detention centres, and people can go home if they want to. Everything the Dems are complaining about was put in place by Obama, including the cages that are suddenly concerning certain people, and now it's all suddenly Trump's fault for "caging children". Since March/April this year, there has been a huge rise in the numbers trying to get in. The recent 2019 monthly figures are as many as the 2016-18 figures combined. How would you deal with the increase? Remove funding completely?

People have been getting in illegally by coming along with some child, often not theirs, then they get released into the US on condition they go for an immigration hearing somewhere down the line when their application has been processed. Of course, several years on, when they get called, they ignore it, and that's pretty much it. This is widely known to immigrants - especially with certain Dems explaining to would-be immigrants how to play the system, partly because those are future votes the Dems are hoping for. Do you think illegal aliens should be allowed to vote?

While Trump has been amusing the Dems and the rest of the world with his distraction technique of suggesting certain Dem loonies go home and come back after they've fixed home, they've ignored the fact that he's changed the rules on who can apply for asylum. It'll reduce the numbers. Very strange that the Dems haven't had a hissy fit about that.

You say it's "shameful" that the Yanks have places for would-be immigrants to bide their time while their applications for entry is processed. I expect you have a better idea how they can deal with the three or four thousand turning up every day hoping to get in. Feel free to enlighten us. Also feel free to explain why there wasn't a problem when Obama arranged all the rules in the first place. 

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Shameful? What would you be doing? The open borders option? Just let all the traffickers and drug runners in without question? Do you know 30% of "families" that turn up with kids are not related to the kids? What's your solution? They get better fed at these centres.

The detention centres were instituted by Obama. They are, as you know full well, processing centres rather than detention centres, and people can go home if they want to. Everything the Dems are complaining about was put in place by Obama, including the cages that are suddenly concerning certain people, and now it's all suddenly Trump's fault for "caging children". Since March/April this year, there has been a huge rise in the numbers trying to get in. The recent 2019 monthly figures are as many as the 2016-18 figures combined. How would you deal with the increase? Remove funding completely?

People have been getting in illegally by coming along with some child, often not theirs, then they get released into the US on condition they go for an immigration hearing somewhere down the line when their application has been processed. Of course, several years on, when they get called, they ignore it, and that's pretty much it. This is widely known to immigrants - especially with certain Dems explaining to would-be immigrants how to play the system, partly because those are future votes the Dems are hoping for. Do you think illegal aliens should be allowed to vote?

While Trump has been amusing the Dems and the rest of the world with his distraction technique of suggesting certain Dem loonies go home and come back after they've fixed home, they've ignored the fact that he's changed the rules on who can apply for asylum. It'll reduce the numbers. Very strange that the Dems haven't had a hissy fit about that.

You say it's "shameful" that the Yanks have places for would-be immigrants to bide their time while their applications for entry is processed. I expect you have a better idea how they can deal with the three or four thousand turning up every day hoping to get in. Feel free to enlighten us. Also feel free to explain why there wasn't a problem when Obama arranged all the rules in the first place.


The US could have the same arrangements in the South as they have in the North. 

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😀😀😀 

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You think the US detention centres are concentration camps? I bet you can think of millions of people from any number of countries or religions or whatever, from various times in history, who would have appreciated being in the kind of concentration camp that lets you go home whenever you want to.

You think there's joined-up thinking in complaining about the state of the detention centres and then voting against increasing the funding for them?

She's history before next year's out anyway.

Oh, wait, that's AOC.


What I think is irrelevant. Some don't think they are concentration camps, the dominant western world media and it's voices believes them to be, so will continue to tell us/the world that they are. You or I, disputing it will cause zero change, so it is a waste of energy.

It's always been this way, we just pay for it through taxes. Same as you and I will pay for the plastic to be removed from the pacific ocean and same as we will also pay for carbon off-setting several thousand Indian and Chinese coal fired power stations.

All the 'ind3pend3nt' media voices and the Tommy Robinsons will have zero effect and are just part of the machine. Girls and boys will still get abused by the section of society that the power leaders want to vote for them, as they always have and the general public will ultimately pay for any paradigm change or power shift.

Very little you or I can do about it. Very little is said by the current media about the 500+ planes landing in the UK everyday from Asia, China, India and the Middle East, despite causing as much air pollution in a week as the entire UK motor vehicle supply does in a year, because that would cause objections and remove support from the current power base.. For example.

Only can look out for yourself and your own family as at the end of it, they are all that matter.


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Concentration Camps were set up to concentrate certain undesirables - such as Socialists - into one area. They were different from labour camps and death camps, at least at the beginning.

The Trumpist ones are for brown people seeking a better life, but without regular entry visas. All of them have been concentrated in camps. Soon, any old immigration officer will be able to deport someone, with no recourse to the law. Probably only brown ones though.

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Just let all the traffickers and drug runners in without question?

So are you OK with the rapists?

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Oh, wait, that's AOC.


She may not be the most knowledgeable of politicians and made a few gaffes, as every other politician has, but she has been put there to hold the ruling party to account for all of their actions. I don't agree with some of what she campaigns for - the green new deal, I do other things - I found it incredible that minimum wage earning republicans were convinced to and happy to support a few thousand billionaires to not have to pay higher taxes... but she's a thorn in the side that the media are happy to report on. Every parliament equivalent needs someone like her.


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She may not be the most knowledgeable of politicians and made a few gaffes, as every other politician has, but she has been put there to hold the ruling party to account for all of their actions. I don't agree with some of what she campaigns for - the green new deal, I do other things - I found it incredible that minimum wage earning republicans were convinced to and happy to support a few thousand billionaires to not have to pay higher taxes... but she's a thorn in the side that the media are happy to report on. Every parliament equivalent needs someone like her.


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And regarding Omar, I think she's perfectly right to ask why US tax payers are funding a public health system in Israel, which is denied to themselves.


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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article- 7281399/Rashida-Tlaib-called-Trump-DEPORT ED.html

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24/07/2019 at 19:58

Good girl! A better sense of humour than Single Play!

Deport the Kraut and his East European wives.

He should go back to his own county and sort out the Nazi EU run from Hitler's former stamping ground.

Mind you, many people in this country love him. Don't they?

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Quote Quote by essexgull on 23/07/2019 at 19:05


She may not be the most knowledgeable of politicians and made a few gaffes, as every other politician has, but she has been put there to hold the ruling party to account for all of their actions. I don't agree with some of what she campaigns for - the green new deal, I do other things - I found it incredible that minimum wage earning republicans were convinced to and happy to support a few thousand billionaires to not have to pay higher taxes... but she's a thorn in the side that the media are happy to report on. Every parliament equivalent needs someone like her.


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Thorn in the side? Very amusing. She's one of Trump's major advantages for 2020. Now that she's one of the four Main Faces of the Democratic party, they'll be leaking voters more and more. Hardly matters - AOC and Omar won't be re-elected next year. Omar's being investigated for possible dodgy paperwork by the sound of it. Apparently anyone who disagrees with anything they say is racist, as Biden and Pelosi have recently found out. Trump's been called racist every day for the last three years, so he's not bothered by it. It didn't seem to happen until he decided to run.

Mueller's performance on Wednesday was occasionally interesting but mostly sad. He didn't want to be there and had the demeanour of someone with dementia. He clearly didn't write the document that has his name on it.

I don't know what the Middle East answer is. Never have. Looks like six of one and half a dozen of another and they should all have their heads banged together. Odd, or perhaps not quite accurate, that it appears to be the Palestinians that are descended from Shem, which would make them the real Semites. Unless I got that mixed up. 

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Not a racist bone in his body.

Before the Presidency

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Quote Quote by theotherphantom on 25/07/2019 at 23:29


Thorn in the side? Very amusing. She's one of Trump's major advantages for 2020.


That's so funny. 

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Quote Quote by Obadiah on 26/07/2019 at 13:11


That's so funny.


It appears you disgree. Even the Dems were trying to sideline them until Trump's recent distraction tweets putting them centre stage.

Ah well, different interpretations. 

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Trump's been called racist every day for the last three years, so he's not bothered by it. It didn't seem to happen until he decided to run.

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Quote Quote by theotherphantom on 25/07/2019 at 23:29


Thorn in the side? Very amusing. She's one of Trump's major advantages for 2020. Now that she's one of the four Main Faces of the Democratic party, they'll be leaking voters more and more.


All you are, and have been, doing is repeating opinions written on twitter by 'alternative' commentators. I feel that you've brainwashed yourself by reading too much into it and holding too much weight in their opinions. If the economy is still going well, wages rising and unemployment falling, Trump will stay in in 2020, the same as every US second election and presidency.



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