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  1. Quote Originally Posted by Aldodds3 View Post
    But you have to be a miserable sycophantic SOB to defend that craven ignoramus.


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    Not a defender and actually very critical and especially after the 2A comment and the budget passage. Just stating the obvious. If you root against any POTUS, then you're a small, tiny, insignificant endorser of nothing. You are the media darling status quo. I ask this of anyone that roots for the demise of a US leader. Who did you vote for? And I have never once gotten an answer. Many excuses and socialist double talk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niceshootintex View Post
    Not a defender and actually very critical and especially after the 2A comment and the budget passage. Just stating the obvious. If you root against any POTUS, then you're a small, tiny, insignificant endorser of nothing. You are the media darling status quo. I ask this of anyone that roots for the demise of a US leader. Who did you vote for? And I have never once gotten an answer. Many excuses and socialist double talk.
    Really?
    No one has ever heard me say that I "hate" cops, because I don't. This is why I will never trust one again though: You just never know...

  4. Quote Originally Posted by BluesStringer View Post
    Really?
    Lol. Out of sight out of mind Brother.

    I defer to the one person that has actually plainly stated who he voted for and that has been no one for numerous elections. Point taken Blues. No one else comes to mind but I look forward to their jogging my memory if they've done so.

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  5. Quote Originally Posted by niceshootintex View Post
    Lol. Out of sight out of mind Brother.

    I defer to the one person that has actually plainly stated who he voted for and that has been no one for numerous elections. Point taken Blues. No one else comes to mind but I look forward to their jogging my memory if they've done so.

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    The last time I voted was in 2012. It was the only time in recent that there was anybody principled, stood by the Constitution and for the actual people regardless of party affiliation.

    The system was supposed to be designed bottom-up. Now that it has been turned upside down, it’s like voting for a king.

    I find it hard to vote for another considering it’s essentially voting for authority over ones self and life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niceshootintex View Post
    Says the Hillary voter. Or was it Bernie? Or Gary Johnson? Or Jill Stein? Considering who the competition was, I'll stand by my vote and I still hope he's successful. You've got to be one miserable SOB to root for the failure of a US President.

    If we go up in a mushroom cloud then that's the breaks of Naval Air"The Coup Is Complete - Trump Is Done". Deal with it.

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    First I didn't vote for Hillary. Trump should have never won the nomination, and that is where Trump got votes because people were buying all the crap he was spewing and refusing to look at the failures in his past.

    It goes much deeper than what you did one day in November.

    How many times did you vote for Trump, including primaries? Did you put a Trump sign in your yard, on your vehicle, talk about how good Trump to friends, family, and acquaintances, contribute to his election fund?

    And I am rooting for the country to rise above the bottom feeders scum-buckets that infest our government, and their mindless cheerleaders.
    “Religion is an insult to human dignity. Without it you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things.
    But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.” ― Steven Weinberg

  7. Quote Originally Posted by XD40scinNC View Post
    First I didn't vote for Hillary. Trump should have never won the nomination, and that is where Trump got votes because people were buying all the crap he was spewing and refusing to look at the failures in his past.

    It goes much deeper than what you did one day in November.

    How many times did you vote for Trump, including primaries? Did you put a Trump sign in your yard, on your vehicle, talk about how good Trump to friends, family, and acquaintances, contribute to his election fund?

    And I am rooting for the country to rise above the bottom feeders scum-buckets that infest our government, and their mindless cheerleaders.
    What "you" did, "The Coup Is Complete - Trump Is Done". You are rich. Sure, one person elected a President and one person voted and lost it too. I hide my contempt for finger pointers and blamers much better than I do with revealing my single vote in a national election. I totally own it.

    How about this XD. What level of support and whatever that entailed was my business and whatever I did is done. All you ever state is you didn't vote for Hillary. Great politician answer and a perfect dodge like most of your ilk. I've seen you label people incessantly, whine continuously about the relative "goodness" of one politician over another (good luck with that), and attack Christians for believing in something that you don't. Got a message for you. Your criticism means less than squat.

    The only two things you stay consistent on is your hate of anything that differs from your own opinion and your positive stance on the 2A and one of those is at least a redeeming quality. I don't even want to hazard a guess at who you voted for because you'll just obfuscate and talk about how "different" it would have been. High comedy.

    Stay with the 2A instead of cheerleading for the failure of others. You sound like a sports fan rooting for another team's loss so you can back into the playoffs.

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    You have your hand over your heart praising the incompetent while the country circles the drain. If *_you_* supported him you have your hand on the flush handle, along with many others.

    The reactionaries that whose attention span is no longer than a tweet are responsible for the two most unqualified people being on the ballot in November. The dumbing down of America is complete, and the proof is in the Whitehouse.
    “Religion is an insult to human dignity. Without it you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things.
    But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.” ― Steven Weinberg

  9. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by niceshootintex View Post
    Not a defender and actually very critical and especially after the 2A comment and the budget passage. Just stating the obvious. If you root against any POTUS, then you're a small, tiny, insignificant endorser of nothing. You are the media darling status quo. I ask this of anyone that roots for the demise of a US leader. Who did you vote for? And I have never once gotten an answer. Many excuses and socialist double talk.

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    I root for the failure of Trump! I view it as a win for America, given that his actions have repeatedly shown he only wishes to destroy the accomplishments that have made this country great. I voted for Hillary and will tell anyone who asks.
    Evangelical Christians have traded in their morality for a lust for power. Never let them pretend they have the moral high ground!

  10. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by S&W29 View Post
    I root for the failure of Trump! I view it as a win for America, given that his actions have repeatedly shown he only wishes to destroy the accomplishments that have made this country great. I voted for Hillary and will tell anyone who asks.
    S&W: You are one of the new breed of people who seem to think they have all the answers to today's problems when you have yet to learn the questions. To root for Trump's failure is absolutely stupid and his failure will be more than disastrous for the country. If the Democrats were intelligent they should realize that helping Trump rather than fighting him for the past year would have greatly benefited the country as a whole. Their help, rather than constant investigations, would also have hidden all the crimes committed by the Democrats. Now they have only shown how despicable and criminal their actions have been. If the Dems are oh so clean, why haven't they prosecuted the criminal faction of their own party? Are they immune to criminal prosecution? Can they even admit to the slime they have created only to enrich themselves? I don't understand how, with a straight face, they can call themselves Americans.

    When I put my hand over my heart, I pledge allegiance to the United States and the Republic for which it stands, not for the Democratic Party nor any members thereof. They have long ago ceased to be Americans and are on the teats of the super rich and will do the bidding of whoever will feed them the most. It is amazing how little the Millennialists really understand their movement today nor can they see the similarity to what happened in Germany in the 1930s using the same tactics they are using today. By the way, those accomplishments that have made America great were destyroyed by Obama, not Trump.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldgrunt View Post
    S&W: You are one of the new breed of people who seem to think they have all the answers to today's problems when you have yet to learn the questions. To root for Trump's failure is absolutely stupid and his failure will be more than disastrous for the country. If the Democrats were intelligent they should realize that helping Trump rather than fighting him for the past year would have greatly benefited the country as a whole. Their help, rather than constant investigations, would also have hidden all the crimes committed by the Democrats. Now they have only shown how despicable and criminal their actions have been. If the Dems are oh so clean, why haven't they prosecuted the criminal faction of their own party? Are they immune to criminal prosecution? Can they even admit to the slime they have created only to enrich themselves? I don't understand how, with a straight face, they can call themselves Americans.

    When I put my hand over my heart, I pledge allegiance to the United States and the Republic for which it stands, not for the Democratic Party nor any members thereof. They have long ago ceased to be Americans and are on the teats of the super rich and will do the bidding of whoever will feed them the most. It is amazing how little the Millennialists really understand their movement today nor can they see the similarity to what happened in Germany in the 1930s using the same tactics they are using today. By the way, those accomplishments that have made America great were destyroyed by Obama, not Trump.


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    Yeah, the people who investigated Benghazi for seven years don't get to say squat about endless investigations. Some people are so bad, rooting for them to lose is the only thing a person of good consicence can do.

    As Mark Twain said. "Patriotism is supporting your country all the time, and your government when it deserves it." Donald Trump and the current government do not deserve my support, so I root for their failure.
    Evangelical Christians have traded in their morality for a lust for power. Never let them pretend they have the moral high ground!

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