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Re: Swamp Drainage
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https://townhall.com/columnists/markda ... campaign=rightrailsticky2

Great article.

From it:

How many people condemning Trump Obama for the open mic wink to the Russians that he would have “more flexibility” after the 2012 election raised the slightest eyebrow at the Barack Obama Trump cross continent fellatio fest that was Helsinki




FIFY comrade!

Seriously - you guys can't defend trump without bringing up Obama or Clinton...sad.



Спасибо за то, что вы легко управляемые овец!


Seriously, try harder. You make it too easy man.

Instead of admitting they're hypocrites, they make up words like "whataboutism"

lmao. Anything but acknowledging the truth

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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wvufan1818 wrote:
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zwaaa wrote:
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wvufan1818 wrote:
https://townhall.com/columnists/markda ... campaign=rightrailsticky2

Great article.

From it:

How many people condemning Trump Obama for the open mic wink to the Russians that he would have “more flexibility” after the 2012 election raised the slightest eyebrow at the Barack Obama Trump cross continent fellatio fest that was Helsinki








FIFY comrade!

Seriously - you guys can't defend trump without bringing up Obama or Clinton...sad.



Спасибо за то, что вы легко управляемые овец!


Seriously, try harder. You make it too easy man.

Instead of admitting they're hypocrites, they make up words like "whataboutism"

lmao. Anything but acknowledging the truth




Open in new window

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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zwaaa wrote:
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wvufan1818 wrote:
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wvufan1818 wrote:
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zwaaa wrote:
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wvufan1818 wrote:
https://townhall.com/columnists/markda ... campaign=rightrailsticky2

Great article.

From it:

How many people condemning Trump Obama for the open mic wink to the Russians that he would have “more flexibility” after the 2012 election raised the slightest eyebrow at the Barack Obama Trump cross continent fellatio fest that was Helsinki








FIFY comrade!

Seriously - you guys can't defend trump without bringing up Obama or Clinton...sad.



Спасибо за то, что вы легко управляемые овец!


Seriously, try harder. You make it too easy man.

Instead of admitting they're hypocrites, they make up words like "whataboutism"

lmao. Anything but acknowledging the truth




Open in new window


More memes. Nice. Why do you even respond here? You've never continued a conversation without looking like a douche/idiot.

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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Better to support Trump/America than it is to support Obama/Russia.

Seriously, are you just stupid? Obama literally said he will have more transparency with Russia, Hillary accepted 400 million from them, Trump had a phony witch hunt set against him because everything was set in motion for Hillary to win, except the American voters didnt want it. You can keep posting memes, and instead of admitting they're hypocrites, they make up words like "whataboutism"

lmao. Anything but acknowledge the truth

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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Better to support Trump/America than it is to support Obama/Russia.

Seriously, are you just stupid? Obama literally said he will have more transparency with Russia, Hillary accepted 400 million from them, Trump had a phony witch hunt set against him because everything was set in motion for Hillary to win, except the American voters didnt want it. You can keep posting memes, and instead of admitting they're hypocrites, they make up words like "whataboutism"

lmao. Anything but acknowledge the truth



Trump is good because Obama!!!!!



Seriously, I completely admit all of them are hypocrite. You cannot - either because of stubbornness or stupidity.

But bringing up Obama is a good way to get a rise out of you. Very telling.

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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zwaaa wrote:
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wvufan1818 wrote:
Better to support Trump/America than it is to support Obama/Russia.

Seriously, are you just stupid? Obama literally said he will have more transparency with Russia, Hillary accepted 400 million from them, Trump had a phony witch hunt set against him because everything was set in motion for Hillary to win, except the American voters didnt want it. You can keep posting memes, and instead of admitting they're hypocrites, they make up words like "whataboutism"

lmao. Anything but acknowledge the truth



Trump is good because Obama!!!!!



Seriously, I completely admit all of them are hypocrite. You cannot - either because of stubbornness or stupidity.

But bringing up Obama is a good way to get a rise out of you. Very telling.


You've offered no proof of Trump being a hypocrite. Thanks for admitting your boy is full of ****, though.

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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You've offered no proof of Trump being a hypocrite. Thanks for admitting your boy is full of ****, though.



My "boy"?

Racist much?

But since you asked

1. He hammered Hillary Clinton on her use of a private email server, then discussed national security issues at at Mar-a-Lago.

When he was running for president, Trump mentioned Hillary Clinton’s emails constantly. “Hillary Clinton … sent classified information, even during her travels overseas, jeopardizing the national security of the American people by allowing her emails to be hacked by foreign intelligence services,” Trump’s website previously declared. Trump is certainly allowed to criticize someone for what he perceives to be a threat to our security. But on February 11, Trump discussed national security issues with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe while eating dinner in Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club in Florida, surrounded by other club members. Some of the diners that night even posted photos from the exchange on social media.

Trump also uses an unsecured Android phone, and Trump’s @POTUS Twitter account is linked to the personal Gmail account of Dan Scavino, Trump’s social media director.


2. He is OK with “alternative facts,” but constantly slams the media as “fake news.”



When asked in January why press secretary Sean Spicer had presented inaccurate information about the crowd size at the inauguration, Kellyanne Conway said Spicer had given “alternative facts,” a phrase which was quickly mocked even by Meriam-Webster dictionary. “Alternative facts” – otherwise known as lies – are a big part of the Trump universe. Trump even disputed the weather during his inauguration speech; it rained throughout his speech, despite his claims that “it stopped immediately ... and became really sunny.” And yet for someone with such a disregard for the truth, he sure does like to paint others as liars. Trump cries “fake news” over and over and over again, as if he’s outraged at the idea that someone would just make stuff up. Of course the term “fake news,” in the way Trump uses it, does not actually mean news that is fake, but anything negative about him or his administration, even when they’re factual claims.

@realDonaldTrump
Any negative polls are fake news, just like the CNN, ABC, NBC polls in the election. Sorry, people want border security and extreme vetting.


3. He constantly criticized Obama’s golfing, only to spend quite a lot of time on the golf course himself.


@BraddJaffy
Trump today made his 6th trip to the golf course in 30 days as president.


When he was just a private citizen, Trump was apparently not OK with the president playing golf. He tweeted three times in October 2014 criticizing Obama for playing golf. “President Obama has a major meeting on the N.Y.C. Ebola outbreak, with people flying in from all over the country, but decided to play golf!” In another tweet, he wrote, “Can you believe that, with all of the problems and difficulties facing the U.S., President Obama spent the day playing golf.” The next day, he complained that not only do taxpayers “pay for Obama’s travel,” but that we “pay for his golf.” According to CNN, he said at a 2016 event that if elected, “I’m going to be working for you. I’m not going to have time to go play golf.”

President Trump spent a collective 25 hours golfing during his first month in office, according to The Washington Post. (For reference, he only spent six hours in intelligence briefings, per the same data.) Although Trump has since come around, saying on Nov. 8 that "golf is fine," he insisted that the president should “always play with leaders of countries and people that can help us; don't play with your friends all the time." Trump has golfed with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, but he’s also golfed with a lot of non-politicians, like professional golfers Ernie Els and Rory McIlroy, and former New York Yankee Paul O'Neill.

4. He said it was absurd for taxpayers to pay for Obama’s vacations, but he’s already cost them millions with his trips to Mar-a-Lago.


@realDonaldTrump
President @BarackObama's vacation is costing taxpayers millions of dollars----Unbelievable!

@realDonaldTrump
The habitual vacationer, @BarackObama, is now in Hawaii. This vacation is costing taxpayers $4 milion +++ while there is 20% unemployment.

In 2013 Trump tweeted that it was “unbelievable” how Obama’s vacation was costing taxpayers. In his first month in office, Trump’s three trips to his Mar-a-Lago Club in Florida cost the Federal Treasury an estimated $10 million. That’s almost as much as Obama’s travel expenses for an entire year, which averaged $12.1 million annually during his presidency. A report from the Government Accountability Office — which calculated the cost of one of Obama’s trips in 2013 that Politico found was nearly identical to Trump’s Mar-a-Lago visits — indicates that Trump’s visits to his Florida club likely cost taxpayers approximately $3.6 million each time.

5. Trump says the media shouldn’t use anonymous sources, but he doesn’t seem to have a problem using them himself.

At the 2017 CPAC, Trump went on one of his anti-media tirades, this time attacking the media’s use of anonymous sources. “I’m against the people that make up stories and make up sources,” Trump said. “They shouldn’t be allowed to use sources unless they use somebody’s name. Let their name be put out there.” Four days later, Trump became an anonymous source himself. During a private meeting with national news anchors, Trump spoke to the journalists as a “senior administration official.” In 2012, Trump tweeted that an “extremely credible source,” who remains anonymous, called him and told him that Obama’s birth certificate is fake.


And let’s not forget the 1991 tape obtained by The Washington Post that suggested Trump posed as his own PR person when talking to reporters, often going under the name John Miller or John Barron. This “PR” person would defend Trump in any situation, and the only thing he revealed about himself was that “I’m somebody that [Trump] knows and I think somebody that he trusts and likes.” During a 1990 court case, Trump reportedly admitted that “I believe on occasion I used that name,” referencing John Miller, according to The Washington Post.

6. He claimed there was massive election fraud, but when Jill Stein wanted an investigation into the results, he said it was a waste of money.


@realDonaldTrump
Trump is going to be our President. We owe him an open mind and the chance to lead." So much time and money will be spent - same result! Sad

@realDonaldTrump
I will be asking for a major investigation into VOTER FRAUD, including those registered to vote in two states, those who are illegal and....

When Jill Stein announced her vote recount campaign in late November, Trump was not happy. He called it “a Stein scam to raise money,” as she raised more than $7 million for the recount, and he criticized Democrats for joining the effort. Trump also tweeted, “So much time and money will be spent - same result! Sad” about the recount.

But in November, the same month that Stein announced her recount effort, Trump made the unsubstantiated claim that he “won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally.” In January, after questions about why he wasn’t investigating the election results given that fraud of this scale would be a huge scandal, Trump called for a full investigation led by Mike Pence.

7. The electoral college was a “disaster” until he won. Then it was “genius.”

@realDonaldTrump
The electoral college is a disaster for a democracy.

@realDonaldTrump
The Electoral College is actually genius in that it brings all states, including the smaller ones, into play. Campaigning is much different!

Before Trump ran for president, he had very different views on the Electoral College and its future in American elections. “This election is a total sham and a travesty. We are not a democracy!” he tweeted in 2012 after Mitt Romney lost the election because Obama received more electoral college votes. (Obama also won the popular vote that year.) He also tweeted, “The Electoral College is a disaster for democracy” and called for a march on Washington. It’s interesting then that, just one week after he won the 2016 election, he tweeted that “the Electoral College is actually genius.”

8. He claims to promote clean air and water, but he wants to gut the EPA.


At the bottom of Trump’s energy plan page on the White House website, it clearly states his mission to improve environmental conditions: “Protecting clean air and clean water, conserving our natural habitats, and preserving our natural reserves and resources will remain a high priority. President Trump will refocus the EPA on its essential mission of protecting our air and water.” During his first address to Congress on Feb. 28, Trump again mentioned his pledge to “promote clean air and water.” That same day, he signed an executive order to review one of Obama’s environmental policies that aimed to reduce the amount of pollution flowing into water sources. Scott Pruitt, who Trump picked to lead the EPA, sued the Obama administration over this environmental rule in 2015.

Oh, and I'll add he calls for open, transparent government but forcibly removes reporters from press briefings that don't kiss his a$$




Enjoy the butt hurt, amateur!

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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Will the real zwaa please stand up, you know, the libertarian, not the socialist democrat.

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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Will the real zwaa please stand up, you know, the libertarian, not the socialist democrat.


Actually the real zwaaa likes baiting those with irrationally polarized attitudes

Wind 'em up and watch 'em go!

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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Will the real zwaa please stand up, you know, the libertarian, not the socialist democrat.


Actually the real zwaaa likes baiting those with irrationally polarized attitudes

Wind 'em up and watch 'em go!


Yeah there’s some real three dimensional chess going on with this one.

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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zwaaa wrote:
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joedaddyski wrote:
Will the real zwaa please stand up, you know, the libertarian, not the socialist democrat.


Actually the real zwaaa likes baiting those with irrationally polarized attitudes

Wind 'em up and watch 'em go!


Yeah there’s some real three dimensional chess going on with this one.


The old, "be an idiot, and when someone calls you out on being an idiot, admit that you were being an idiot on purpose" routine. Classic! Maybe next he can act like hes contributing to discussions.

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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EERY wrote:
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zwaaa wrote:
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joedaddyski wrote:
Will the real zwaa please stand up, you know, the libertarian, not the socialist democrat.


Actually the real zwaaa likes baiting those with irrationally polarized attitudes

Wind 'em up and watch 'em go!


Yeah there’s some real three dimensional chess going on with this one.


The old, "be an idiot, and when someone calls you out on being an idiot, admit that you were being an idiot on purpose" routine. Classic! Maybe next he can act like hes contributing to discussions.



Ahh...the conservative circle jerk... let's soak deeply in our opinions.

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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zwaaa wrote:
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wvufan1917 wrote:
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EERY wrote:
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zwaaa wrote:
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joedaddyski wrote:
Will the real zwaa please stand up, you know, the libertarian, not the socialist democrat.


Actually the real zwaaa likes baiting those with irrationally polarized attitudes

Wind 'em up and watch 'em go!


Yeah there’s some real three dimensional chess going on with this one.


The old, "be an idiot, and when someone calls you out on being an idiot, admit that you were being an idiot on purpose" routine. Classic! Maybe next he can act like hes contributing to discussions.



Ahh...the conservative way... let's soak deeply in our facts.


FTFY

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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Lisa Page admits there was no collusion between Russia and Trump. As zwaa mentioned, conservatives have known this for over a year because it is common sense and the conservative way is to soak deeply in the facts

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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wvufan1818 wrote:
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zwaaa wrote:
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wvufan1917 wrote:
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EERY wrote:
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zwaaa wrote:

joedaddyski wrote:
Will the real zwaa please stand up, you know, the libertarian, not the socialist democrat.


Actually the real zwaaa likes baiting those with irrationally polarized attitudes

Wind 'em up and watch 'em go!


Yeah there’s some real three dimensional chess going on with this one.


The old, "be an idiot, and when someone calls you out on being an idiot, admit that you were being an idiot on purpose" routine. Classic! Maybe next he can act like hes contributing to discussions.



Ahh...the conservative way... let's be oblivious to reality and soak deeply in our "alternative facts."



Right back at'cha!

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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Lisa Page admits there was no collusion between Russia and Trump. As zwaa mentioned, conservatives have known this for over a year because it is common sense and the conservative way is to soak deeply in the facts



ahh. From a story on American Thinker sourced from an unsourced story on the hill - based loosely on a story on You News Wire..noted fake news vomitorium that is based on a tweet.

Conservatives - where facts = "Some **** I heard on twitter"

Curious how they know this given that the meeting was closed door and we have no access to the transcript.

Maybe conservatives have a leaking problem. That's a bad thing based on past rhetoric from their komandir i nachal'nik in the White House. He hates leakers, right?

Anyhoo - Not saying this didn't happen - certainly feel the government is corrupt across the board and with the current президент in the white house there's certainly no example being set to be ethical and moral, plus page is apparently bucking for a plea deal.

Actually, I am guessing it's entirely possible she said this

I'm just waiting until we know for sure. Right now, no one knows anything, especially conservatives.

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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Are these the payments he said never happened?

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/20/us/ ... ael-cohen-trump-tape.html

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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Congratulations to Judicial Watch and Tom Fitton on being successful in getting the Carter Page FISA documents. As usual they are ridiculously heavily redacted but confirm with little doubt that the Department of “Justice” and FBI misled the courts. Witch Hunt Rigged, a Scam!

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