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Trump Supporters.

Postby Alpha » Thu Sep 29, 2016 12:48 am

Please. Pretty please. Be known. Be loud and proud.

I just wanna know who you idiots are....
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby Wenchy » Thu Sep 29, 2016 6:00 am

Anyone who truly supports either of these jokers should be ashamed of themselves.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby MJW » Thu Sep 29, 2016 6:03 am

Wenchy wrote:Anyone who truly supports either of these jokers should be ashamed of themselves.


Thank you.

"I'm voting for this idiot because the other idiot is worse?"

Sure. I guess.

"I'm voting for this fine American and leader because I believe in his/her greatness and vision for this country?"

Duuuuuuuuuuude.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby mdb1958 » Thu Sep 29, 2016 6:18 am

MJW you ought to be a college professor --- you could start a movement --- wait the idiots are running rampant, I guess your not needed at this time after all.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby Ken Carson » Thu Sep 29, 2016 6:30 am

Good thread. Very necessary.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby mdb1958 » Thu Sep 29, 2016 6:37 am

Ken Carson wrote:Good thread. Very necessary.


Atleast we have plenty of cherry pickers on this board and I for one stand in marvel of it. I just know it will be a splendid day, the day they get to send their child to one of these nutcase professors.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby mightyleemoon » Thu Sep 29, 2016 7:08 am

Wenchy wrote:Anyone who truly supports either of these jokers should be ashamed of themselves.


Anyone who supports Trump in any aspect is an idiot. Clinton? She's another Obama. She's another Bush. She's another Romney. She's her husband. She's exactly like the rest of the career politicians who pander. Her stances on topics might differ here and there. But, overall? That's all she is. Nothing more. Nothing less. She's nobody to be excited about or anyone to fear. She'll carry on our shitty political traditions with consistency. If you think she's something other than that, then you're a lemming who slurps up too much extreme right wing propaganda.

Trump? He's the evolution of that. He's the real world personification of a reality TV villain. He's playing a part. Does our political culture need a shakeup? Yes. Would Clinton do that? Not a ****ing chance. Would Trump? Yes. But, in the wrong direction. You think back office shady deals in politics is bad? He's going to drag all of that **** front and center. And, he'll get away with it. Instead of a shakeup where we maybe start to come out of the rabbit hole, his aim is to throw us deeper into it. Now, maybe that's a good thing if you think rock bottom is needed in order to turn things around. But, I think he'll show just how much **** politicians can actually get away with and more like him will follow. And, you don't get these views from watching any news source talk about him and tell you who he is. HE is happy to tell you and show you all on his own. He's going to **** with the world and he openly tells us that over and over.

A vote for Clinton says "Let's just continue on this path". A vote for Trump says "Let's see just how shitty and shady we can get".

So, your option is Same vs Worse. It sucks to vote for Same...but it's the only option you have unless you just don't give a **** about this country.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby Jonny » Thu Sep 29, 2016 8:49 pm

mightyleemoon wrote:
Wenchy wrote:Anyone who truly supports either of these jokers should be ashamed of themselves.


Anyone who supports Trump in any aspect is an idiot. Clinton? She's another Obama. She's another Bush. She's another Romney. She's her husband. She's exactly like the rest of the career politicians who pander. Her stances on topics might differ here and there. But, overall? That's all she is. Nothing more. Nothing less. She's nobody to be excited about or anyone to fear. She'll carry on our shitty political traditions with consistency. If you think she's something other than that, then you're a lemming who slurps up too much extreme right wing propaganda.

Trump? He's the evolution of that. He's the real world personification of a reality TV villain. He's playing a part. Does our political culture need a shakeup? Yes. Would Clinton do that? Not a ****ing chance. Would Trump? Yes. But, in the wrong direction. You think back office shady deals in politics is bad? He's going to drag all of that **** front and center. And, he'll get away with it. Instead of a shakeup where we maybe start to come out of the rabbit hole, his aim is to throw us deeper into it. Now, maybe that's a good thing if you think rock bottom is needed in order to turn things around. But, I think he'll show just how much **** politicians can actually get away with and more like him will follow. And, you don't get these views from watching any news source talk about him and tell you who he is. HE is happy to tell you and show you all on his own. He's going to **** with the world and he openly tells us that over and over.

A vote for Clinton says "Let's just continue on this path". A vote for Trump says "Let's see just how shitty and shady we can get".

So, your option is Same vs Worse. It sucks to vote for Same...but it's the only option you have unless you just don't give a **** about this country.


Aren't you a leftist? Why do you despise a yesteryear leftist whose opening line in the debate was genuinely leftist? That stuff he said about Americans losing jobs is something you would expect the idiot Bernie Sanders to say. Okay granted he is masquerading as a right winger, thanks to the rise of economically illiterate and socially conservative folk, but he has outed himself as a leftist on every single issue. Most of the "bigoted" things he has said were about people who are not American or not even currently in America. Why are you so afraid of him? Is it because he does not play for your team?
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby Jason Bourne » Fri Sep 30, 2016 5:10 am

Jonny wrote:
mightyleemoon wrote:
Anyone who supports Trump in any aspect is an idiot. Clinton? She's another Obama. She's another Bush. She's another Romney. She's her husband. She's exactly like the rest of the career politicians who pander. Her stances on topics might differ here and there. But, overall? That's all she is. Nothing more. Nothing less. She's nobody to be excited about or anyone to fear. She'll carry on our shitty political traditions with consistency. If you think she's something other than that, then you're a lemming who slurps up too much extreme right wing propaganda.

Trump? He's the evolution of that. He's the real world personification of a reality TV villain. He's playing a part. Does our political culture need a shakeup? Yes. Would Clinton do that? Not a ****ing chance. Would Trump? Yes. But, in the wrong direction. You think back office shady deals in politics is bad? He's going to drag all of that **** front and center. And, he'll get away with it. Instead of a shakeup where we maybe start to come out of the rabbit hole, his aim is to throw us deeper into it. Now, maybe that's a good thing if you think rock bottom is needed in order to turn things around. But, I think he'll show just how much **** politicians can actually get away with and more like him will follow. And, you don't get these views from watching any news source talk about him and tell you who he is. HE is happy to tell you and show you all on his own. He's going to **** with the world and he openly tells us that over and over.

A vote for Clinton says "Let's just continue on this path". A vote for Trump says "Let's see just how shitty and shady we can get".

So, your option is Same vs Worse. It sucks to vote for Same...but it's the only option you have unless you just don't give a **** about this country.


Aren't you a leftist? Why do you despise a yesteryear leftist whose opening line in the debate was genuinely leftist? That stuff he said about Americans losing jobs is something you would expect the idiot Bernie Sanders to say. Okay granted he is masquerading as a right winger, thanks to the rise of economically illiterate and socially conservative folk, but he has outed himself as a leftist on every single issue. Most of the "bigoted" things he has said were about people who are not American or not even currently in America. Why are you so afraid of him? Is it because he does not play for your team?


You do realize , trump has no idea what he is doing right ?
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby MJW » Fri Sep 30, 2016 5:30 am

mightyleemoon wrote:
A vote for Clinton says "Let's just continue on this path". A vote for Trump says "Let's see just how shitty and shady we can get".



I would actually argue a vote for either of these people = "Let's see how shitty and shady we can get." The only difference is the wrapping on the crap sandwich (Brown Paper versus Neon Orange.)

Hillary Clinton is easily one of the shadiest and most corrupt people every to secure a major party nomination. She just plays the part of being a real human being, which is more than her opponent is willing to do.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby mightyleemoon » Fri Sep 30, 2016 8:34 am

Jonny wrote:Aren't you a leftist?


No. That suggestion is a cop out. But, I get why you have to play it.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby mightyleemoon » Fri Sep 30, 2016 8:41 am

MJW wrote:Hillary Clinton is easily one of the shadiest and most corrupt people every to secure a major party nomination. She just plays the part of being a real human being, which is more than her opponent is willing to do.


She isn't. She's the same amount of shady and corrupt. Which is to say, too much. If you don't think her predecessors on both sides of the isle are as shady as her, then you've not been paying attention.

Everything she has done. Bush did. Deleting emails. Embassy attacks. All of it. But, suddenly now you care about that stuff? Clinton is nothing but more of the shitty same. That's just how it is...even though right wing propaganda is trying their best to convince you otherwise. They kind of have to...considering the complete disaster they've created for themselves. They're doing everything they can to run interference. And, I guess it works. Because, you're buying it.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby beardmcdoug » Fri Sep 30, 2016 2:02 pm

Look, shady politicians are how we GOT here, to the pinnacle of civilization. What's your beef? The only thing that has wrecked our economy as of late is the runaway influence SHADY BUSINESS.

Shady politicians have always worked with shady business, that's been the natural world since, ****, a couple thousand years, realistically. THE PROBLEM is, never before in the history of mankind, have businesses been capable of concentrating such RIDICULOUS amounts of wealth in such relatively small numbers. They now write the script. And their flexibility in doing so is unprecedented.

Oh, you're going to tax us? Fine, we'll move overseas and avoid that. (see: Apple, Ireland)

Oh, you're going to ask we pay our workers living wages? Factories: over seas (see: every ****ing company in the world)

Oh, you're going to try to impose environmental regulations? Enjoy your next job search, governor *slaps face with stack of 100's*, Jim-Bob Diddley is here and he's happy to do your job (and what we say). Oh we fucked **** up? Ya, fine, we'll pay up a few peanuts.... and make that **** TAX DEDUCTIBLE LOL (see: Gulf oil spill)

Oh, citizens, you want a choice? Media friends, **** their **** up, here's 2 billion to convince those dumb fucks they've got two choices. make that **** interesting too, the kardashians are on a break til november.



Shady politicians of the 1960's, 1970's, 1980's, 1990's, and 2000's HANDED us this world. God love Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton, but those dumb son's of bitches couldn't possibly imagine the fuckery of damage they did helping corporate america shoot the moon the way they've done over the past 40 years. THE ONLY way to pull the emergency breaks on this runaway **** train is to get curmudgeon ass "I don't give a **** about your corporation" (read: socialist) guy in there that is going to RAIL every. single. god. damn. day. about getting money out of politics. THAT'S IT. And so if you're not voting for Bernie Sanders to get THAT MOST BASIC THING, that will have undoubtedly the most positive impact on our society (can YOU come up with a more beneficial rule change for American politics and society over the next century? handing the keys to the democracy back to WE, the people?), then what are you complaining about? You still want "change" though? Well, REAL change isn't coming from a boisterous dumbfuck who is less stable and more full of **** than my ***hole after taco bell. He's not going "**** **** up" like everybody thinks he is - he's not going to chop down that motherfucking desk and yell BYAAHHH. He's going to walk in there, try to wreck everything good we've got going on, get **** blocked in congress on literally everything he wants to do, yell at other countries' leaders for 4 years, make general ***holes out of americans... then he's going to peeter out and leaving us to look back in 50 years thinking, jesus ****ing christ...
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So either vote based on your principles, or bite the **** sandwich; just don't bitch when you do, you know what you're doing, and its OK, its really not that bad, its how we GOT here. If you're happy with our country, and think we've been great for the past 50 years; if you want AMERICA, then go vote for Hillary Clinton, she's your president, she'll keep the boat on the path (sure, you'll have to put up with an escalating assault on the white male LOL); but don't get tricked into voting for the ****ing buffoon everybody's got a secret power boner for, expecting some big change in american politics. The guy is making a mockery of what it means to be a successful American. He's a product of the worsts of this country. He doesn't give a **** about America, he just happened to be born here. You don't think he'd be the same meteoric fuckjob sucking Plutus's **** if he were born on the other side of the planet?
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby SDBucs » Sat Oct 01, 2016 4:51 pm

Alpha graduated from Harvard and currently teaches neurosurgery at MIT.

Just in case anyone is wondering why he has the "credentials" to label people as idiots.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby SDBucs » Sat Oct 01, 2016 8:38 pm

beardmcdoug wrote:Look, shady politicians are how we GOT here, to the pinnacle of civilization. What's your beef? The only thing that has wrecked our economy as of late is the runaway influence SHADY BUSINESS.

Shady politicians have always worked with shady business, that's been the natural world since, ****, a couple thousand years, realistically. THE PROBLEM is, never before in the history of mankind, have businesses been capable of concentrating such RIDICULOUS amounts of wealth in such relatively small numbers. They now write the script. And their flexibility in doing so is unprecedented.

Oh, you're going to tax us? Fine, we'll move overseas and avoid that. (see: Apple, Ireland)

Oh, you're going to ask we pay our workers living wages? Factories: over seas (see: every ****ing company in the world)

Oh, you're going to try to impose environmental regulations? Enjoy your next job search, governor *slaps face with stack of 100's*, Jim-Bob Diddley is here and he's happy to do your job (and what we say). Oh we fucked **** up? Ya, fine, we'll pay up a few peanuts.... and make that **** TAX DEDUCTIBLE LOL (see: Gulf oil spill)

Oh, citizens, you want a choice? Media friends, **** their **** up, here's 2 billion to convince those dumb fucks they've got two choices. make that **** interesting too, the kardashians are on a break til november.





Damn you also just made a compelling argument for Trump.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby bucfanclw » Sat Oct 01, 2016 9:05 pm

SDBucs wrote:
beardmcdoug wrote:Look, shady politicians are how we GOT here, to the pinnacle of civilization. What's your beef? The only thing that has wrecked our economy as of late is the runaway influence SHADY BUSINESS.

Shady politicians have always worked with shady business, that's been the natural world since, ****, a couple thousand years, realistically. THE PROBLEM is, never before in the history of mankind, have businesses been capable of concentrating such RIDICULOUS amounts of wealth in such relatively small numbers. They now write the script. And their flexibility in doing so is unprecedented.

Oh, you're going to tax us? Fine, we'll move overseas and avoid that. (see: Apple, Ireland)

Oh, you're going to ask we pay our workers living wages? Factories: over seas (see: every ****ing company in the world)

Oh, you're going to try to impose environmental regulations? Enjoy your next job search, governor *slaps face with stack of 100's*, Jim-Bob Diddley is here and he's happy to do your job (and what we say). Oh we fucked **** up? Ya, fine, we'll pay up a few peanuts.... and make that **** TAX DEDUCTIBLE LOL (see: Gulf oil spill)

Oh, citizens, you want a choice? Media friends, **** their **** up, here's 2 billion to convince those dumb fucks they've got two choices. make that **** interesting too, the kardashians are on a break til november.





Damn you also just made a compelling argument for Trump.

How so? Is your argument really to cut out the middle man and just put shady companies directly in control of the nation?
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby Go_Bucs! » Sat Oct 01, 2016 9:43 pm

bucfanclw wrote:
SDBucs wrote:
Damn you also just made a compelling argument for Trump.

How so? Is your argument really to cut out the middle man and just put shady companies directly in control of the nation?


Its a better option to get more of government handout, out of work individuals back on the grid, I would rather give big corporations incentives to stay here and hire over taxing the middle man more and creating more handouts, thus adding to the population of government handout dependents.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby SDBucs » Sat Oct 01, 2016 10:55 pm

bucfanclw wrote:
SDBucs wrote:
Damn you also just made a compelling argument for Trump.

How so? Is your argument really to cut out the middle man and just put shady companies directly in control of the nation?


Oh, you're going to tax us? Fine, we'll move overseas and avoid that. (see: Apple, Ireland)

Oh, you're going to ask we pay our workers living wages? Factories: over seas (see: every ****ing company in the world)

Oh, you're going to try to impose environmental regulations? Enjoy your next job search, governor *slaps face with stack of 100's*, Jim-Bob Diddley is here and he's happy to do your job (and what we say). Oh we fucked **** up? Ya, fine, we'll pay up a few peanuts.... and make that **** TAX DEDUCTIBLE LOL (see: Gulf oil spill)

Oh, citizens, you want a choice? Media friends, **** their **** up, here's 2 billion to convince those dumb fucks they've got two choices. make that **** interesting too, the kardashians are on a break til november.


The first three are the results of globalism, the fourth is the steep influence/corruption that our media takes part in. Trump is against both of these things.

Globalism makes taxes overseas better on business, puts jobs overseas, and uses regulations to accomplish both. The media has wanted you to hate Trump since he first took stage as an anti-establishment/anti-globalism candidate. That alone should make you ask... why?

And if you don't like the power of world corporations anybody supporting the TPP should be on your "No" list.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby PrimeMinister » Sat Oct 01, 2016 11:01 pm

beardmcdoug wrote:Look, shady politicians are how we GOT here, to the pinnacle of civilization. What's your beef? The only thing that has wrecked our economy as of late is the runaway influence SHADY BUSINESS.

Shady politicians have always worked with shady business, that's been the natural world since, ****, a couple thousand years, realistically. THE PROBLEM is, never before in the history of mankind, have businesses been capable of concentrating such RIDICULOUS amounts of wealth in such relatively small numbers. They now write the script. And their flexibility in doing so is unprecedented.

Oh, you're going to tax us? Fine, we'll move overseas and avoid that. (see: Apple, Ireland)

Oh, you're going to ask we pay our workers living wages? Factories: over seas (see: every ****ing company in the world)

Oh, you're going to try to impose environmental regulations? Enjoy your next job search, governor *slaps face with stack of 100's*, Jim-Bob Diddley is here and he's happy to do your job (and what we say). Oh we fucked **** up? Ya, fine, we'll pay up a few peanuts.... and make that **** TAX DEDUCTIBLE LOL (see: Gulf oil spill)

Oh, citizens, you want a choice? Media friends, **** their **** up, here's 2 billion to convince those dumb fucks they've got two choices. make that **** interesting too, the kardashians are on a break til november.



Shady politicians of the 1960's, 1970's, 1980's, 1990's, and 2000's HANDED us this world. God love Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton, but those dumb son's of bitches couldn't possibly imagine the fuckery of damage they did helping corporate america shoot the moon the way they've done over the past 40 years. THE ONLY way to pull the emergency breaks on this runaway **** train is to get curmudgeon ass "I don't give a **** about your corporation" (read: socialist) guy in there that is going to RAIL every. single. god. damn. day. about getting money out of politics. THAT'S IT. And so if you're not voting for Bernie Sanders to get THAT MOST BASIC THING, that will have undoubtedly the most positive impact on our society (can YOU come up with a more beneficial rule change for American politics and society over the next century? handing the keys to the democracy back to WE, the people?), then what are you complaining about? You still want "change" though? Well, REAL change isn't coming from a boisterous dumbfuck who is less stable and more full of **** than my ***hole after taco bell. He's not going "**** **** up" like everybody thinks he is - he's not going to chop down that motherfucking desk and yell BYAAHHH. He's going to walk in there, try to wreck everything good we've got going on, get **** blocked in congress on literally everything he wants to do, yell at other countries' leaders for 4 years, make general ***holes out of americans... then he's going to peeter out and leaving us to look back in 50 years thinking, jesus ****ing christ...
Image


So either vote based on your principles, or bite the **** sandwich; just don't bitch when you do, you know what you're doing, and its OK, its really not that bad, its how we GOT here. If you're happy with our country, and think we've been great for the past 50 years; if you want AMERICA, then go vote for Hillary Clinton, she's your president, she'll keep the boat on the path (sure, you'll have to put up with an escalating assault on the white male LOL); but don't get tricked into voting for the ****ing buffoon everybody's got a secret power boner for, expecting some big change in american politics. The guy is making a mockery of what it means to be a successful American. He's a product of the worsts of this country. He doesn't give a **** about America, he just happened to be born here. You don't think he'd be the same meteoric fuckjob sucking Plutus's **** if he were born on the other side of the planet?


It won't make a difference, but well said.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby bucfanclw » Sat Oct 01, 2016 11:26 pm

SDBucs wrote:
bucfanclw wrote:How so? Is your argument really to cut out the middle man and just put shady companies directly in control of the nation?


The first three are the results of globalism, the fourth is the steep influence/corruption that our media takes part in. Trump is against both of these things.

Globalism makes taxes overseas better on business, puts jobs overseas, and uses regulations to accomplish both. The media has wanted you to hate Trump since he first took stage as an anti-establishment/anti-globalism candidate. That alone should make you ask... why?

And if you don't like the power of world corporations anybody supporting the TPP should be on your "No" list.

Trump was certainly demonstrating how anti-globalism he was when he violated federal law to pursue business interests in Cuba during the trade embargo. What are your feelings on that one, or are you just going to turtle up in response as usual?
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby Ken Carson » Sat Oct 01, 2016 11:56 pm

bucfanclw wrote:
SDBucs wrote:
The first three are the results of globalism, the fourth is the steep influence/corruption that our media takes part in. Trump is against both of these things.

Globalism makes taxes overseas better on business, puts jobs overseas, and uses regulations to accomplish both. The media has wanted you to hate Trump since he first took stage as an anti-establishment/anti-globalism candidate. That alone should make you ask... why?

And if you don't like the power of world corporations anybody supporting the TPP should be on your "No" list.

Trump was certainly demonstrating how anti-globalism he was when he violated federal law to pursue business interests in Cuba during the trade embargo. What are your feelings on that one, or are you just going to turtle up in response as usual?


What are your personal thoughts on Cuban relations?
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby SDBucs » Sun Oct 02, 2016 3:12 am

bucfanclw wrote:
SDBucs wrote:
The first three are the results of globalism, the fourth is the steep influence/corruption that our media takes part in. Trump is against both of these things.

Globalism makes taxes overseas better on business, puts jobs overseas, and uses regulations to accomplish both. The media has wanted you to hate Trump since he first took stage as an anti-establishment/anti-globalism candidate. That alone should make you ask... why?

And if you don't like the power of world corporations anybody supporting the TPP should be on your "No" list.

Trump was certainly demonstrating how anti-globalism he was when he violated federal law to pursue business interests in Cuba during the trade embargo. What are your feelings on that one, or are you just going to turtle up in response as usual?


Oh, an uncomfirmed he said she said story broken by CNN. You're bringing the heat! And you really don't get globalism if you think this has much to do with where it is today. But I know I know, you read this "breaking" cuban story on your favorite garbage media site and just had to dangle it around.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby bucfanclw » Sun Oct 02, 2016 6:49 am

SDBucs wrote:
bucfanclw wrote:Trump was certainly demonstrating how anti-globalism he was when he violated federal law to pursue business interests in Cuba during the trade embargo. What are your feelings on that one, or are you just going to turtle up in response as usual?


Oh, an uncomfirmed he said she said story broken by CNN. You're bringing the heat! And you really don't get globalism if you think this has much to do with where it is today. But I know I know, you read this "breaking" cuban story on your favorite garbage media site and just had to dangle it around.

So you're 100% convinced in the conspiracy theories from your Reddit page yet discount anything with actual evidence?
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby bucfanclw » Sun Oct 02, 2016 7:04 am

Ken Carson wrote:What are your personal thoughts on Cuban relations?

It would be nice if we could build a relationship with them being that they're so close, but I still think the Castro's are like teenagers. Everything is fine when they get their way, but they'll turn back into monsters at the smallest percieved slight.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby mightyleemoon » Sun Oct 02, 2016 12:05 pm

SDBucs wrote:Damn you also just made a compelling argument for Trump.


Yea. He says Shady Business is the issue and your answer is to hire the shadiest business guy to ever business in shade.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby SDBucs » Sun Oct 02, 2016 4:01 pm

mightyleemoon wrote:
SDBucs wrote:Damn you also just made a compelling argument for Trump.


Yea. He says Shady Business is the issue and your answer is to hire the shadiest business guy to ever business in shade.


I forgot Trump signed trade deals and enacted laws that allowed businesses to act this way.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby bucfanclw » Sun Oct 02, 2016 4:54 pm

SDBucs wrote:
mightyleemoon wrote:
Yea. He says Shady Business is the issue and your answer is to hire the shadiest business guy to ever business in shade.


I forgot Trump signed trade deals and enacted laws that allowed businesses to act this way.

So you think he'd sign deals that would take away the loopholes for his companies to **** on the American worker? How many unpaid bills does he need to have before you realize he doesn't give a **** about anything but his bottom line?
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby SDBucs » Sun Oct 02, 2016 7:58 pm

bucfanclw wrote:
SDBucs wrote:
I forgot Trump signed trade deals and enacted laws that allowed businesses to act this way.

So you think he'd sign deals that would take away the loopholes for his companies to **** on the American worker? How many unpaid bills does he need to have before you realize he doesn't give a **** about anything but his bottom line?


I'm sure that's what his stances or Islam and our borders are for. For his bottom line. You gotta spend money to make money... er become president, right?

I'm sure the 70 year old man who has made enough to take care of his grandchildren's grandchildren is using his money and reputation just to make even more money.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby bucfanclw » Sun Oct 02, 2016 9:43 pm

SDBucs wrote:
bucfanclw wrote:So you think he'd sign deals that would take away the loopholes for his companies to **** on the American worker? How many unpaid bills does he need to have before you realize he doesn't give a **** about anything but his bottom line?


I'm sure that's what his stances or Islam and our borders are for. For his bottom line. You gotta spend money to make money... er become president, right?

I'm sure the 70 year old man who has made enough to take care of his grandchildren's grandchildren is using his money and reputation just to make even more money.

Glad to see you're finally coming to grips with reality.
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Re: Trump Supporters.

Postby SDBucs » Sun Oct 02, 2016 10:25 pm

bucfanclw wrote:
SDBucs wrote:
I'm sure that's what his stances or Islam and our borders are for. For his bottom line. You gotta spend money to make money... er become president, right?

I'm sure the 70 year old man who has made enough to take care of his grandchildren's grandchildren is using his money and reputation just to make even more money.

Glad to see you're finally coming to grips with reality.


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