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I'm with her
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After putting a lot of thought towards my vote...I have concluded that the people that still support Trump are too stupid to decide who should be president. I encourage opposing views and value opposing opinions, but at this point I have to support the lesser of several evils,

Trump: nope, not gonna do it.

Johnson: really wanted to like him...but after the libertarian debates he looks like a Republican opportunist to me. You don't have to agree.

I am willing to put up with the harassment that is sure to follow...but I would rather vote for a liberal political opportunist and outright political ambitious person rather than the alternative.

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Same can be said for anybody who could possibly vote for Hillary...nobody with any original thought between their ears could possibly bring themselves to vote for her.

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Re: I'm with her
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Johnson: really wanted to like him...but after the libertarian debates he looks like a Republican opportunist to me. You don't have to agree.


I agree....but when your choices are a colonoscopy with a chimney sweeps brush and a dozen kicks in the nuts, suddenly bathing in muratic acid doesn't seem all that bad.

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Re: I'm with her
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Johnson: really wanted to like him...but after the libertarian debates he looks like a Republican opportunist to me. You don't have to agree.

I am willing to put up with the harassment that is sure to follow...but I would rather vote for a liberal political opportunist and outright political ambitious person rather than the alternative.



This is the exact logic that led to a Congress with a 12% approval rating having nearly a 90% re-election rate.


And you call Trump supporters stupid.

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Johnson: really wanted to like him...but after the libertarian debates he looks like a Republican opportunist to me. You don't have to agree.

I am willing to put up with the harassment that is sure to follow...but I would rather vote for a liberal political opportunist and outright political ambitious person rather than the alternative.



This is the exact logic that led to a Congress with a 12% approval rating having nearly a 90% re-election rate.


And you call Trump supporters stupid.


Right?


While I disagree with Trump supporters, I can at least understand WHY they support him, even if they're gullible and buy into his rhetoric.

There is, however, zero rational explanation for anyone who supports Hillary. Her record is out there for everyone to see. She's more crooked than a WV back road. She's a pathological liar. She's a criminal. These are FACTS.

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Re: I'm with her
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Oh, I assure you, Hillary is NOT a PATHOLOGICAL liar.

She benefits from every one of the lies she tells.

I find it humorous that people want a politician that tells it like it is. Then Trump comes along and regardless of what I think of him as a candidate he definitely tells it like it is.

Then the press runs with it and takes it to the highest level of stupidity.

I find it humorous when those on here talked about the "fake" outrage of Obama not attending Scalia's funeral. Now we have Trump saying things, the media completely making things up, and then being outraged at what Trump says.

It is hilariously hypocritical.

I would say between the two of them Hillary or Trump, at least Trump provides entertainment. Hillary is just a complete snake in the grass. I have never seen anyone stand for less than the Clintons... both of them. She wants the office, the fame, and most importantly the speaking fees.

I doubt she could give you a prioritized list of things she will do as President. Her current list of things she would do is carefully calculated to give her the most votes she can get without actively contradicting herself.

At the end of the day...she will do nothing or next to nothing.


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You're right, my brain crossed "paths" on me there...I meant she's a sociopathic liar, not pathological.

It's too serious to be hilariously hypocritical...but it is severely hypocritical.



The worst part? This whole election cycle has completely exposed how rigged and failed the system is....and we're not going to do a goddamned thing about it.

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Re: I'm with her
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Well, we're not but the 2nd amendment freaks might.

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Well, we're not but the 2nd amendment freaks might.


^ Exactly the hypocrisy brobison was talking about.

I guess it depends on what the definition of "is" is, right?

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Tech Companies Apple, Twitter, Google and Instagram Collude to Defeat Trump
There is no such thing as Pro-Trump free speech as Clinton corporate allies serve up a carefully curated view of the campaign

By Liz Crokin • 08/12/16 8:30am


Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Voters expect CNN and others to tilt American elections. What’s new is that social media and even video games are getting in on the act. (Photo: Sara D. Davis/Getty Images)

My dad always told me that conservative candidates have to work twice as hard as their liberal opponents to win elections because they’re fighting two opponents: the Democratic Party and the media.

The usual suspects from left-leaning major media outlets like The New York Times, MSNBC, CNN and even entertainment networks are doing everything in their power to ensure a Clinton victory. Look no further than to Wolf Blitzer mincing around and drinking wine at the Democratic convention, celebrating Hillary’s nomination. But the propaganda skewing this election runs much deeper than just the media: our iPhones, iPads, social media networks, Google and even video games are all in the tank for Hillary Clinton—and it’s chilling.

I began looking into how strong the bias and censorship runs in these forums after I did an interview on the pro-Trump podcast, MAGAPod. The show’s host, Mark Hammond, was disappointed Apple wouldn’t run his show without an “explicit” warning. Hammond’s podcast didn’t contain content that would be deemed explicit under Apple’s policy, and most other shows in the News & Politics category aren’t labeled as such.

On June 18, Hammond talked to Sandra, a representative from Apple. She explained that, since the description of his show is pro-Trump, his show is explicit in nature—because the subject matter is Donald Trump. So, an Apple employee concluded the Republican presidential candidate is explicit.

iTunes has dozens of podcasts discussing Osama Bin Laden and Adolf Hitler—none of which is marked explicit. I encouraged Hammond to contact Apple again, via email to their podcast support team. Within 48 hours he received a response from “Tim,” who informed Hammond that his podcast would be updated to “clean” within 24 hours. Further digging on Apple revealed more evidence that the computer giant is feeding users pro-Hillary and anti-Trump propaganda.

Over the past year, Apple twice refused to publish a satirical Clinton Emailgate game, “Capitol HillAwry,” claiming it was “offensive” and “mean spirited” even though the game’s developer, John Matze, cited in communications with Apple that the game fits the standards of Apple’s own satire policy. Apple has, however, approved dozens of games poking fun at Donald Trump—including a game called “Dump Trump,” which depicts the GOP nominee as a giant turd.

On July 25, Breitbart exposed this blatant double standard and favoritism toward Clinton. A few days after the article was released, Apple caved and published Capitol HillAwry, 15 months after Matze’s first attempt to go live.

While it’s commendable that Apple resolved both situations, Trump supporters and conservative users should never have faced such biased treatment in the first place.

Around the same time I was a guest on MAGAPod, a friend complained to me about how biased his Apple News feed is against Trump. I set up an Apple News account on my iPhone. First step: select an outlet. Fox News. Conservative. But my news feed? Liberal.

And if there are articles above the fold from more right-leaning sites? They paint Trump in a negative light and Hillary in a positive light. Of all the channels listed in the Apple News politics section, only two of the 16 arguably lean right—the rest are reliably left-wing.

This has, of course, been pointed out before, and anyone with an iPhone or iPad can go to Apple News to determine on his or her own if Apple is pushing leftist propaganda. Apple claims not to endorse candidates, but their actions suggest otherwise, and some of their executives—including CEO Tim Cook—actively support Clinton’s campaign. Buzzfeed recently obtained an invitation to a private $50,000-per-plate fundraiser Cook is hosting for Clinton with his Apple colleague, Lisa Jackson, at the end of this month.

Apple isn’t the only corporation doing Clinton’s bidding. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange said Clinton made a deal with Google and that the tech giant is “directly engaged” in her campaign. It’s been widely reported Clinton hired Eric Schmidt—chairman of Alphabet, the parent company of Google—to set up a tech company called The Groundwork. Assange claims this was to ensure Clinton had the “engineering talent to win the election.” He also pointed out that many members of Clinton’s staff have worked for Google, and some of her former employees now work at Google.

So it should come as no surprise that there have been multiple reports accusing Google of manipulating searches to bury negative stories about Clinton. SourceFed details how Google alters its auto-complete functions to paint Clinton in a positive light.

For example, when you type “Hillary Clinton cri” into other engines like Yahoo! or Bing, the most popular autofills are “Hillary Clinton criminal charges” but in Google it’s “Hillary Clinton crime reform.” Google denies they changed their algorithm to help Clinton, and insists the company does not favor any candidate. They also claim their algorithms don’t show predicted queries that are offensive or disparaging.

But Google has gotten into hot water on multiple occasions for connecting Trump to Adolf Hitler. In June, when users searched “when Hitler was born” it generated the expected information on Hitler but also an image of Trump. In July, searches for Trump’s book, Crippled America, returned images of Adolf Hitler’s manifesto Mein Kampf. Google has since fixed both—but again, why do these issues always conveniently disparage Trump and help Clinton?

Twitter is another culprit. The company has gotten a lot of slack for banning conservatives and Trump supporters such as Breitbart’s Milo Yiannopoulos and, most recently, rapper Azealia Banks after she came out in support of Trump. Twitter has provided vague answers as to why conservative voices have been banned while they’ve allowed other users to call for the killing of cops.

Just yesterday, Buzzfeed revealed that the social media giant’s top executive personally protected the President from seeing critical messages last year. “In 2015, then-Twitter CEO Dick Costolo secretly ordered employees to filter out abusive and hateful replies to President Barack Obama.”

This year, Twitter isn’t just banning conservatives—the platform also changed its algorithms to promote Clinton while giving negative exposure to Trump.

The founders of some of the most popular pro-Trump Twitter handles—including @USAforTrump2016 and @WeNeedTrump—insist Twitter is censoring their content. They’ve pointed out that Twitter changes trending hashtags associated with negative tweets about Clinton (which has been reported before). On August 4, shortly after the hashtag “HillaryAccomplishment” began trending, it was taken over by anti-Clinton users, who used it to mention Benghazi or Emailgate. Eric Spracklen, @USAforTrump2016 founder, noticed the hashtag was quickly changed—pluralized to #HillarysAccomplishments.

“They take away the hashtag that has negative tweets for Clinton and replace it with something that doesn’t so the average person doesn’t see what was really trending,” Spracklen said. “This happens every day.”

Jack Murphy, founder of @WeNeedTrump, says followers complain they often aren’t able to retweet his pro-Trump tweets.

Instagram has also banned accounts that depict Clinton in a negative light. In June, a conservative comedy group called Toughen Up America was banned with no warning or explanation. Last week, the popular Australian-based graffiti artist, Lushsux, was banned from Instagram after he posted photos of a bikini-clad Clinton mural he painted.

“I don’t want to sound like a conspiracy theorist with a tin foil hat, but the timing of the Hillary Clinton mural posting and the deletion that ensued can’t just be a coincidence,” he told the Daily Mail Australia. Lushsux has posted photos of way more graphic murals, including a topless Melania Trump and a naked Donald with his package in full sight. These images did not trigger any censorship from Instagram.

Facebook has a long history of shutting down pages and blocking conservative users while promoting progressive voices like Black Lives Matter activists. The problem became so transparent that Sen. John Thune sent a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg asking him to explain their practices.
Facebook denies it discriminates against “any sources of ideological origin” and Zuckerberg did meet with conservatives in an attempt to resolve this issue. While some walked away from the meeting encouraged that Zuckerberg wants to repair their relationship, other prominent conservatives rejected the invitation as a publicity stunt. It should be noted that Facebook employees have donated more to Clinton than to any other candidate.

Many conservatives have come to expect this kind of thing from the mainstream media. CNN, which paints itself as the centrist antidote to right-leaning Fox News and left-leaning MSNBC, has actually been among the most disingenuous offenders during this cycle, fully earning its derisive nickname “Clinton News Network.” For example, as NewsBusters pointed out for just one day, “CNN set aside nearly half of its air time on Wednesday’s New Day to various recent controversies involving the Trump campaign — 1 hour, 24 minutes, and 18 seconds over three hours. By contrast, the program clearly didn’t think much of the Wall Street Journal‘s revelation that the Obama administration secretly airlifted $400 million in cash to Iran. John Berman gave a 27-second news brief to the report, but didn’t mention that the payment was sent on “an unmarked cargo plane.” New Day, therefore, devoted over 187 times more coverage to Trump than to the millions to Iran.”

Another favored CNN trick is to present a “balanced” panel comprised of two Republicans, two Democrats and a host, as they did on the afternoon of July 29, just to name one instance of a hundred. However, the Republican side always features one Trump supporter and one “Never Trump” Republican, with the host grilling the Trump Supporter—often a beleaguered Jeffrey Lord—in what amounts to a 4-on-1. So much for balance.

Right now, CNN has a story on its site called “Which Republicans oppose Trump and why?” There’s no corresponding story about Democrats who oppose Clinton, even though her underdog challenger in the primary lasted far longer and received far more votes than any of Trump’s Republican challengers.

No Republican willing to criticize Trump is too insignificant to merit coverage on CNN. When a minor Christie staffer announced on her personal Facebook that she’d be backing Hillary, she somehow merited a 1200 word story on CNN’s website and euphoric coverage on the air by Brooke Baldwin for “splitting with her party.”

So that’s the traditional media. But this new strand, where one cannot even search for alternative viewpoints amid technology companies who stand to benefit from the free-trade policies and eased immigration regulations of a Clinton presidency, represents a dangerous sea change. There’s absolutely no question the digital forums we use every day are censoring conservatives and favoring Clinton. You can’t simply scroll through photos on Instagram, look for a video game in the App Store or do a quick Google search without being fed anti-Trump and pro-Clinton propaganda.

These companies are engaging in activity that can quickly lead down a very dangerous slippery slope and this should concern all freedom-loving Americans—not just conservatives. If you don’t know when the election is, no problem! Just Google it and see for yourself what comes up…

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Re: I'm with her
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After putting a lot of thought towards my vote...I have concluded that the people that still support Trump are too stupid to decide who should be president. I encourage opposing views and value opposing opinions, but at this point I have to support the lesser of several evils,

Trump: nope, not gonna do it.

Johnson: really wanted to like him...but after the libertarian debates he looks like a Republican opportunist to me. You don't have to agree.

I am willing to put up with the harassment that is sure to follow...but I would rather vote for a liberal political opportunist and outright political ambitious person rather than the alternative.


A lot of thought? You've clearly been a hillary guy from day one. I've called you on this multiple times, you start threads with Gary Johnson in the title, then just use the thread to bash Trump.

With that being said, there's no worse statement a person can make when it comes to voting than, "i'm choosing the lesser of two evils."

How bout you choose no evils, wouldn't that make more sense?

If someone says, this tuesday you have the right to come stand in line and choose between getting kicked in the groin or stabbed in the leg. Are you really contemplating taking the kick because it's your "right to choose"?

Why not just spend your tuesday doing something else?

What do you accomplish by choosing the lesser of two evils? Besides of course, perpetuating this bullshit system, and these bullshit people.

As for Hillary, aside from the hours and hours of video evidence, you can easily access on youtube, of her lying about literally everything, there's also multiple books out describing her interactions with secret service members. All of which give detailed accounts of her as a wretched human being.

Now let's put that into context, if she's horrible to the people that will take a bullet for her, how in the world would you think she cared about your well being?




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Hey America, take a look in the mirror...

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Re: I'm with her
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eer_4da_beer wrote:
After putting a lot of thought towards my vote...I have concluded that the people that still support Trump are too stupid to decide who should be president. I encourage opposing views and value opposing opinions, but at this point I have to support the lesser of several evils,

Trump: nope, not gonna do it.

Johnson: really wanted to like him...but after the libertarian debates he looks like a Republican opportunist to me. You don't have to agree.

I am willing to put up with the harassment that is sure to follow...but I would rather vote for a liberal political opportunist and outright political ambitious person rather than the alternative.


A lot of thought? You've clearly been a hillary guy from day one. I've called you on this multiple times, you start threads with Gary Johnson in the title, then just use the thread to bash Trump.

With that being said, there's no worse statement a person can make when it comes to voting than, "i'm choosing the lesser of two evils."

How bout you choose no evils, wouldn't that make more sense?

If someone says, this tuesday you have the right to come stand in line and choose between getting kicked in the groin or stabbed in the leg. Are you really contemplating taking the kick because it's your "right to choose"?

Why not just spend your tuesday doing something else?

What do you accomplish by choosing the lesser of two evils? Besides of course, perpetuating this bullshit system, and these bullshit people.

As for Hillary, aside from the hours and hours of video evidence, you can easily access on youtube, of her lying about literally everything, there's also multiple books out describing her interactions with secret service members. All of which give detailed accounts of her as a wretched human being.

Now let's put that into context, if she's horrible to the people that will take a bullet for her, how in the world would you think she cared about your well being?




Word.

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A lot of thought? You've clearly been a hillary guy from day one. I've called you on this multiple times, you start threads with Gary Johnson in the title, then just use the thread to bash Trump.

With that being said, there's no worse statement a person can make when it comes to voting than, "i'm choosing the lesser of two evils."

How bout you choose no evils, wouldn't that make more sense?

If someone says, this tuesday you have the right to come stand in line and choose between getting kicked in the groin or stabbed in the leg. Are you really contemplating taking the kick because it's your "right to choose"?

Why not just spend your tuesday doing something else?

What do you accomplish by choosing the lesser of two evils? Besides of course, perpetuating this bullshit system, and these bullshit people.

As for Hillary, aside from the hours and hours of video evidence, you can easily access on youtube, of her lying about literally everything, there's also multiple books out describing her interactions with secret service members. All of which give detailed accounts of her as a wretched human being.

Now let's put that into context, if she's horrible to the people that will take a bullet for her, how in the world would you think she cared about your well being?




Word.


Words actually. Now watch this...

Mr. TheMac...can you please link to one example where you called me out on being a Hillary supporter? Spoiler alert: you can't. Multiple times? Sorry, no you didn't.

Exactly which threads did I start with Gary Johnson in the title? Don't bother looking, there are none.

So let's ignore the complete made-up part of your post and get to the rest of your nonsense...

1. I'm part of the problem for picking the lesser of two evils.
Response: With absolutely no good choices, the lesser of the evils available is the best choice. You may disagree, but unfortunately for you I can use whatever criteria I choose for my vote.

Who do you support? Missed that in your holier-than-thou response to my post.

2. There are hours of video evidence of her being a liar.
Response: you sound a lot like Limbaugh. Be specific.

Email? I work in IT and most people over 50 have no idea how it works. I choose to believe that she chose her own server due to the threat of political scrutiny and her ambition to be president. Then when it became obvious that she screwed up, she scrambled to hide all of the off-the-record stuff. Republicans ignore their own that did the same and attempt to paint her as evil. Sorry...it is BS and we all know it. Quit whining about what she was too uneducated to avoid and show intentions and malice. FBI couldn't do it...but of course you know better.

Benghazi? Whatever. Tragedy that those patriots died. It needs to be shared equally amongst those that actually cut the funding for embassy security. No other Secratary of State has ever been personally blamed for such an incident. But keep humping that chicken. Please be specific in your retort and I am happy to debate.

3. The people that will take a bullet for her?
Response: Oof! Channeling your inner Limbaugh? Let's get something straight about the military. Yes, they are heroes that protect all that we hold dear...but this is something that gets lost on the anti-Hillary talk: when you sign up for the military you forfeit your right to judge. It's a job. You have to do your job regardless of who is in the Oval Office. Can't do your job? GTFO. More reasonable people will protect us. My wife's cousin is a lifelong military man, Citadel educated and multiple Iraq/Afghanistan/Balkan/etc deployments. He hates Hillary but agrees with this. Please correct us.


Love the confidence in your post. Just don't expect a free ride when you talk ****.







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So to you JoeDaddyWhatever..."word".

Jump on TheMac circle jerk all you want.

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Same can be said for anybody who could possibly vote for Hillary...nobody with any original thought between their ears could possibly bring themselves to vote for her.


Sounds like you've really thought that out. Care to talk specifics?

Bring it.

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Johnson: really wanted to like him...but after the libertarian debates he looks like a Republican opportunist to me. You don't have to agree.

I am willing to put up with the harassment that is sure to follow...but I would rather vote for a liberal political opportunist and outright political ambitious person rather than the alternative.



This is the exact logic that led to a Congress with a 12% approval rating having nearly a 90% re-election rate.


And you call Trump supporters stupid.


Yep! And unlike Trump...I'm not walking it back. If you support Trump then you are the problem.

Congrats on supporting Johnson. I'm sure it makes you feel like you are making a difference. I applaud you for putting your money where your mouth is. I just see him as a Republican opportunist who smelled the discontent with the normal electorate and made his move. Hillary is bashed for her opportunism but I'm supposed to accept Mr. Johnson as my political alternative? Thanks for the option, but I'm not buying it.

At least you put critical thinking towards your vote.

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No, you're not a Hillary supporter at all...

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Re: I'm with her
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Mr. TheMac...can you please link to one example where you called me out on being a Hillary supporter? Spoiler alert: you can't. Multiple times? Sorry, no you didn't.

Exactly which threads did I start with Gary Johnson in the title? Don't bother looking, there are none.


I was wrong, you didn't make the Gary Johnson posts, I made a mistake and confused you with zwaaa, I apologize for that.

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With absolutely no good choices, the lesser of the evils available is the best choice. You may disagree, but unfortunately for you I can use whatever criteria I choose for my vote.


That's terrible logic, with absolutely no good choices, then the best choice would be to pick none, because no one is making you pick one.

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There are hours of video evidence of her being a liar.
Response: you sound a lot like Limbaugh. Be specific.


How can you be specific when she lies about everything?

Enjoy...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dY77j6uBHI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftx7soJIaKg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uT68riwrFI

My favorite, Bill Burr explains it perfectly...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QFRTZ4JEWA

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Quit whining about what she was too uneducated to avoid and show intentions and malice. FBI couldn't do it...but of course you know better.


You want someone who can't figure out how to work e-mail to be making the most important decisions for the country?

I also think you need to re-read what I said about the secret service and how she treats people that protect her...

“Good morning, ma’am,” a member of the uniformed Secret Service once greeted Hillary Clinton.

“F*** off,” she replied.

That exchange is one among many that active and retired Secret Service agents shared with Ronald Kessler, author of First Family Detail, a compelling look at the intrepid personnel who shield America’s presidents and their families — and at those whom they guard.

Kessler writes flatteringly and critically about people in both parties. Regarding the Clintons, Kessler presents Chelsea as a model protectee who respected and appreciated her agents. He describes Bill as a difficult chief executive, but an easygoing ex-president. And Kessler exposes Hillary as an epically abusive Arctic monster.

“When in public, Hillary smiles and acts graciously,” Kessler explains. “As soon as the cameras are gone, her angry personality, nastiness, and imperiousness become evident.” He adds: “Hillary Clinton can make Richard Nixon look like Mahatma Gandhi.”

“Hillary was very rude to agents, and she didn’t appear to like law enforcement or the military,” former Secret Service agent Lloyd Bulman recalls. “She wouldn’t go over and meet military people or police officers, as most protectees do. She was just really rude to almost everybody. She’d act like she didn’t want you around, like you were beneath her.”

“Hillary didn’t like the military aides wearing their uniforms around the White House,” one former agent remembers. “She asked if they would wear business suits instead. The uniform’s a sign of pride, and they’re proud to wear their uniform. I know that the military was actually really offended by it.”

Former agent Jeff Crane says, “Hillary would cuss at Secret Service drivers for going over bumps.” Another former member of her detail recollects, “Hillary never talked to us . . . Most all members of first families would talk to us and smile. She never did that.”
“We spent years with her,” yet another Secret Service agent notes. “She never said thank you.”

One former Secret Service agent states, “If Hillary was walking down a hall, you were supposed to hide behind drapes used as partitions.”

Hillary one day ran into a White House electrician who was changing a light bulb in the upstairs family quarters. She screamed at him, because she had demanded that all repairs be performed while the Clintons were outside the Executive Mansion.
“She caught the guy on a ladder doing the light bulb,” says Franette McCulloch, who served at that time as assistant White House pastry chef. “He was a basket case.”





Posted on: 8/17/2016 5:48 am
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Re: I'm with her
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It finally makes sense as to why you would vote for Killary.

https://youtu.be/ZSfy4eYvVSU

Posted on: 8/17/2016 9:05 am
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