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Re: Dangerous Donald
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wvufan1818 wrote:
https://www.reddit.com/r/The_Donald/co ... ationalist_kicked_out_of/

White nationalist kicked out by trump supporters. Looks like cryin' Strohs is out of talking points. Poor kid


That's pretty weak you huckster dufus. W

Posted on: 7/7 4:18 pm
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Re: Dangerous Donald
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"Donald Trump is not the target of any investigation. "
-Robert Mueller


Hmmm, that's interesting:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/politic ... ml?utm_term=.8c40ad3210ba


Keep oiling that propaganda machine. Spin us some more tales about that '93 Miami game while you're at it.


Take your fake news and fake beach stories and shove them up your ass Russia boy.


See, that's funny. You can't take a rational point and argue it respectfully. You're a petulant child. You say you took your kid to the '93 Miami game. That would reasonably put you somewhere in your 50s, right? You really act like a spoiled millennial with the words and phrases you use. I can have civil disagreements with anybody on here and be respectful. You have to resort to calling people idiots, stupid, and say things like "Tell Me how my ass tastes." 50 year old men don't talk that way, especially not to fellow WVU fans. That's my problem with you. Being a WVU fan is something special but you treat others on here with so much disrespect that it's almost like you're not really part of the club. You're a fraud.

Posted on: 7/7 4:14 pm
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Re: Dangerous Donald
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From Robert Reich:

Trump promised to be America’s dealmaker in chief, touting his “extraordinary” ability to negotiate. But so far – whether he’s dealing with foreign governments or with Congress – Trump has shown that he can’t make a deal. Here’s the list of no-deals:

1. No deal with North Korea. Following his summit with Kim Jong Un, Trump declared on Twitter that “there is no longer a nuclear threat” from North Korea. But in fact, there’s no deal. Kim conceded nothing on weapons and missile programs. Recent satellite imagery shows the North is actually improving its nuclear capability.

2. No deal on Nafta. Mexico and Canada won’t budge.

3. No deal with China on trade. Instead, we’re on the brink of a trade war with China, which is retaliating against U.S. tariffs.

4. No deal on steel and aluminum imports. Europe has imposed retaliatory tariffs on several products exported from the U.S. to Europe.

5. No deal to save jobs at Carrier. Since Trump promised to save jobs at Carrier’s Indianapolis plant, the company has outsourced hundreds of jobs to Mexico.

6. No deal on Syria.

7. No deal on Russia. Even though Trump and Putin will soon meet, Trump has given away any bargaining leverage by playing right into his hands.

8. No deal on Iran. Trump announced America’s exit from Iran nuclear deal. Since then, no negotiations.

9. No deal on climate change. Trump simply pulled out of the Paris accords. There have been no negotiations since.

10. No deal on Cuba. Last year, Trump reinstated travel and trade restrictions on the island nation lifted by the Obama administration, promising to strike a better relationship. Since then, talks have gone nowhere.

11. No deal with Group of 7 leading economic powers.

12. No deal on DACA or immigration. Trump promised to sign what he called a "bill of love" to extend protections for DREAMers. No deal.

13. No budget deal. Trump promised he wasn’t “going to cut Social Security like every other Republican and I’m not going to cut Medicare or Medicaid.” But he has proposed cutting Social Security disability programs, Medicare, and Medicaid, all while increasing the federal deficit. So far, no deal on any of this.

14. No deal on replacing the Affordable Care Act. Trump and the Republican Congress never agreed to a new plan.

15. No deal on gun control. After the Parkland shooting, Trump promised to tighten background checks for gun buyers and said he’d consider raising the age for buying certain types of guns. Instead, he bowed to the NRA.

Bottom line: Trump can’t make deals. He can only pull out of deals already made, or pretend he’s made deals that soon evaporate. He’s perfected the art of the no deal.


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Re: Dangerous Donald
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Story confirmed by NPR back in April. Both are pretty solid on the media bias chart, for what it's worth. Seems like the investigation is now focusing on the Inauguration Parties and the presence of wealthy Russians.

Posted on: 7/7 12:23 pm
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Re: WVU Football Thread for Things That Don't Need Their Own Thread
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I was in Myrtle Beach during the game. I remember the build up, the weather, everything. I'm as die hard as it gets but I certainly don't remember the time on the clock when Walker crossed the goal line. I find it weird to even mention it. It seems a little like Verbil Kent telling the detective he was in a barber shop quartet in Skokie, IL. Maybe 1818 had to look it up on youtube. But why was that detail so important? Because details are the calling card of the con man.

Posted on: 7/7 12:09 pm
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Re: Dangerous Donald
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wvufan1818 wrote:
"Donald Trump is not the target of any investigation. "
-Robert Mueller


Hmmm, that's interesting:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/politic ... ml?utm_term=.8c40ad3210ba


Keep oiling that propaganda machine. Spin us some more tales about that '93 Miami game while you're at it.

Posted on: 7/7 10:02 am
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Re: Dangerous Donald
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76% of immigrant families with children are on welfare.

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvesp ... on-welfare-again-n2498018

Knowledge is power, comrade. Dont be a idiot


Illegal immigrants are not eligible for Medicaid or food stamps.
You say Welfare but the stats you cite are for LEGAL immigrants and are for all forms of public assistance, such as school lunch programs, not just welfare. Many economists believe that providing assistance for legal immigrants is an investment in the future. The second generation of immigrants will enter the middle class after being educated and supported:
"A CBO report on the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2007 concluded that a path to legalization for immigrants would increase federal revenues by $48 billion. Such a plan would see $23 billion in increased costs from the use of public services, but ultimately, it would produce a surplus of $25 billion for government coffers, CBO said."

The full article is here:
http://money.cnn.com/2014/11/20/news/ ... igration-myths/index.html

The DREAM Act is also a good source for these studies as to the impact of educating legal immigrants. The DREAM Act was introduced by Lindsey Graham and Jeff Flake, among others

No need to let your hatred of different skin colors get in the way of facts


Posted on: 7/7 9:54 am
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Re: Dangerous Donald
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8, 13, and 11 fall into the Xenophobic category. The rest is a mixture of half-truths and blatant lies. The facts are that most illegals working in this country pay taxes without receiving any of the benefits but you've been convinced they walk in and the government hands them money. You can't receive social security benefits without first paying into the social security system

Your reply is full of half truths and lies. Prove the lies then then come back. I ask for 4 or 5. You can’t.


I mean, the amount of money that illegal aliens pay in taxes is pretty well documented:

https://bipartisanpolicy.org/blog/how- ... deral-taxes-an-explainer/

"The IRS estimates that undocumented immigrants pay over $9 billion in withheld payroll taxes annually. Undocumented immigrants also help make the Social Security system more solvent, as they pay into the system but are ineligible to collect benefits upon retiring. In 2010, $12 billion more was collected from Social Security payroll taxes of undocumented workers than were paid out in benefits."

Benefits for illegals are pretty much limited to the CHIP program. So no food stamps, whatever the $4500 for a new car means, and whatever the guy means by free rent.

I think that pretty much covers it, Joe but there are plenty of resources for this stuff if you're interested in educating yourself

Posted on: 7/7 7:33 am
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Re: WVU Football Thread for Things That Don't Need Their Own Thread
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That sure does make for a nice story comrade. Give my regards to the Premier.

Posted on: 7/6 9:05 pm
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Re: Dangerous Donald
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8, 13, and 11 fall into the Xenophobic category. The rest is a mixture of half-truths and blatant lies. The facts are that most illegals working in this country pay taxes without receiving any of the benefits but you've been convinced they walk in and the government hands them money. You can't receive social security benefits without first paying into the social security system

Posted on: 7/6 9:03 pm
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Re: WVU Football Thread for Things That Don't Need Their Own Thread
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wvufan1818 wrote:
Good post, apizzle. I love reading and listening to stories too. And before you know it, your stories will be "the good old times". So tell them often.

I'd say one of my favorite moments was in 93 when we beat Miami. We had 4 generations there. My grandfather, my father, myself, and my son. I will never understand how we packed over 70,000 of us in that stadium. But it was FULL. and it was LOUD. I remember reading an article that said that stadium of that night "formed the biggest city in West Virginia" lol. But I will never forget the crazy pandemonium and the ridiculous frenzy the crowd erupted in after Robert Walker galloped into the endzone to give us a 17-14 lead. Holy crap will i never forget how loud that damn stadium was. My son was screaming and crying, I was jumping up and down yelling, my dad had his hands on his head, fingers overlapped onto of his head in utter shock, and my grandpa was just nodding his head up and down and said "there's still 6 minutes and 19 seconds left".

But I will never forget that. I wish there was a video that truly captured how loud that crowd was. What an amazing night. Another was when we FINALLY beat PSU. But to me, personally, nothing beats that 93 game. Maybe our first BCS win. But sentimentally nothing beats that game.


The time on the clock is an oddly specific thing to remember after 25 years. And the bit about the stadium capacity being larger than any city in the state was mentioned on the original tv broadcast of this game. You can watch it on youtube. Been brushing up on your WVU football history, comrade? Seems like you're trying a little too hard

Posted on: 7/6 8:15 pm
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Re: Pruitt Resigns....
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EERY wrote:
Looks like the Liberal bully tactics of threatening people and their families is still effective. Here’s hoping the next person that Trump appoints has balls of brass, or boobs of brass if the case may be.


meh, he accomplished what he set out to do. Now he can take a cushy, high 6-figure salary job with the gas company he was working for while in office.

Posted on: 7/6 8:08 pm
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Re: Dangerous Donald
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I didn't know where else to put this but, whoever wrote it should get a medal.




A medal for Xenophobia and stupidity?

Posted on: 7/6 7:18 pm
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Re: Sags is Back We Love Him or Sags Left We Hate Him
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Sags measured in at 6'7.5" with shoes at the NBA draft combine. 6'6.5" without shoes. I doubt that helps his draft prospects

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Re: Dangerous Donald
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Republicans investigating other Republicans using even more Republicans as sources/witnesses. Liberals have nothing to do with it other than trying to keep even more Republicans from interfering.

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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Interesting article on Trump associate Elliot Broidy
https://theintercept.com/2018/04/20/el ... ons-lifted-for-26-million

If Broidy's name sounds familiar its that he was the third "client" of Trump/Hannity fixer Michael Cohen. Broidy used Cohen to pay over a million dollars in hush money to a Playboy model to cover up an extramarital affair. Anyway, the article is about Broidy brokering a deal to end sanctions on Russian gas company. Broidy has ties to people popping up in the Mueller investigation.

Speaking of Mueller, if you haven't researched this guy, he's led a pretty remarkable life. Despite being a lifelong Republican he's known as someone with impeccable integrity. He left a cushy job as a defense attorney with a prominent DC law firm because he couldn't bear the thought of defending people that might be guilty. He was born into a wealthy family and attended a prestigious boarding school. After graduating college he enlisted in the Marine Corps and served in Vietnam. His Marine Corp career alone is worth the read

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Re: WVU BBall Thread for Things that Don't Need their Own Thread
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Turkish wrote:
Ebanks definitely had some production as a backup. The Lakers liked him and I remember Kobe himself giving Ebanks mad props for the role he played on the team.


Kobe actually praised Ebanks for his improvement in the preseason. When it came to regular season production, Ebanks wasn't very good. He played 16 mpg 24 games in his second season and only 10 mpg in 19 games in his 3rd. I remember seeing Kobe's comments and thinking Ebanks was going to make a big leap, but it never happened. If you look at his stats, it's pretty obvious that he never learned how to shoot and wasn't good enough in other aspects of his game to warrant a roster spot.

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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EERY wrote: I’m letting this Cohen thing shake out before I make anymore statements on the matter. I still think that they were going to dig until they found something on Trump. It looks like they might have found something to achieve that goal. However the mainstream media has claimed victory over every “revelation” since the inauguration. I’m just going to wait and see what happens at this point. Meanwhile Trump’s base has taken a bigger hit over what has happened in Syria. There are people who are feeling that Trump is going back on a big promise over this. Kinda ironic that the people who want to make a sporting rifle illegal could seem to care less about dropping bombs on another country, and bailing out ISIS who were all but defeated in the conflict.
Yeah, I saw Alex Jones had a meltdown about the Syria bombings. You must be going through quite the existential crisis right now

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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Lol. Sean Hannity was also revealed to be a client of Michael Cohen. Cohen has three "clients." We know two of these clients were usung him as the go between to pay hush money to women. I wonder what Hannity was using him for?

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Re: Fluoride
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I grew up in Cancer Valley where the DuPont plant in Washington, WV tried to poison everyone within a 25 mile radius with something called C8. Fluoride in the water was the least of our concern. My parents still live in the area and received notice last week that the company that took over the DuPont plant is putting a chemical called GenX into the water supply.

http://www.thenewscenter.tv/content/n ... 8-now-GenX-438177943.html

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