Re: Trump
« Reply #3540 on: January 16, 2019, 02:01:59 PM »
https://www.npr.org/2019/01/15/685416350/feast-fit-for-a-burger-king-trump-serves-fast-food-to-college-football-champs


Our president...
Cheap as fuck?  Or just no taste in food?
A) Not cheap, just pragmatic, as everyone with a sane mind knows exactly what typical food college athletes enjoy; and,
Two) No real US citizen would adopt a moniker using the word, "Lord."
You do know that professional athletes, college included, have strict nutritional rules to ensure maximum performance,yes?  They are told by their nutrition coach not to each fast food.
Yeah, yeah, yeah...cupcake...

Looks like they didn't freaking listen to their nutritional coach there, Einstein...

https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/ncaafb/clemson-qb-trevor-lawrence-calls-out-fake-twitter-quote-praising-fast-food-at-white-house/ar-BBSilUh?li=BBnb7Kz
Also, stick to a numbering scheme if you wanna use one.
Indicating some semblance of attentiveness to detail still resides within you...
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/trump-has-concealed-details-of-his-face-to-face-encounters-with-putin-from-senior-officials-in-administration/2019/01/12/65f6686c-1434-11e9-b6ad-9cfd62dbb0a8_story.html

On the notion of acting very, very guilty. This really is a crazy meme at this point.
Guilty of what?

LOL!


Good question because no president would ever bother hiding conversations by destroying evidence.  Right?
Care to point out where the word, "destroyed," was ever used?
You're right, a fail on my part . Trump took the notes.  He problably kept them in a safe place incase he forgot what was said.  And made sure no one else could see it . For some reason.
Taking notes and keeping them somewhere is not a crime.

Having private conversations is not a crime.

But destroying evidence and government records is a crime...So you are for jailing Hillary Clinton, James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, and Lisa Page?
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On the notion of acting very, very guilty. This really is a crazy meme at this point.
Guilty of what?

LOL!


Good question because no president would ever bother hiding conversations by destroying evidence.  Right?

We wouldn't know, because hiding something effectively means it's hidden. It's possible no other president did something like this, or it's possible that many others did it, but more competently.
Well, we know Nixon did.  But you're right.
Nixon didn't destroy evidence.

You must really like daytime soaps for the high drama and meaningful dialogue...

Along with hamsters for the high level of entertainment.
Correct, but he did hide evidence.  Which is what Rushy said and I agreed with.
Yeah, he hid it real well...

Jesus, you will believe anything...

Re: Trump
« Reply #3541 on: January 16, 2019, 04:25:55 PM »
https://www.npr.org/2019/01/15/685416350/feast-fit-for-a-burger-king-trump-serves-fast-food-to-college-football-champs


Our president...
Cheap as fuck?  Or just no taste in food?
A) Not cheap, just pragmatic, as everyone with a sane mind knows exactly what typical food college athletes enjoy; and,
Two) No real US citizen would adopt a moniker using the word, "Lord."
You do know that professional athletes, college included, have strict nutritional rules to ensure maximum performance,yes?  They are told by their nutrition coach not to each fast food.
Yeah, yeah, yeah...cupcake...

Looks like they didn't freaking listen to their nutritional coach there, Einstein...

https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/ncaafb/clemson-qb-trevor-lawrence-calls-out-fake-twitter-quote-praising-fast-food-at-white-house/ar-BBSilUh?li=BBnb7Kz
And?  They were gonna eat it no matter what.  Could have been nothing but ice cream.  But he could have catered something at least befitting a presidential dinner, not, ya know, a cheap date.





https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/trump-has-concealed-details-of-his-face-to-face-encounters-with-putin-from-senior-officials-in-administration/2019/01/12/65f6686c-1434-11e9-b6ad-9cfd62dbb0a8_story.html

On the notion of acting very, very guilty. This really is a crazy meme at this point.
Guilty of what?

LOL!


Good question because no president would ever bother hiding conversations by destroying evidence.  Right?
Care to point out where the word, "destroyed," was ever used?
You're right, a fail on my part . Trump took the notes.  He problably kept them in a safe place incase he forgot what was said.  And made sure no one else could see it . For some reason.


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Taking notes and keeping them somewhere is not a crime.
It might be for the president.

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Having private conversations is not a crime.
No one claimed it was.

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But destroying evidence and government records is a crime...So you are for jailing Hillary Clinton, James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, and Lisa Page?
I haven't the power.  And apparently, neither does Trump.  So unless you know something he doesn't, I'm just gonna point to his lack of "locking her up" and you go ahead and try to justify why he hasn't been able to. 


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On the notion of acting very, very guilty. This really is a crazy meme at this point.
Guilty of what?

LOL!


Good question because no president would ever bother hiding conversations by destroying evidence.  Right?

We wouldn't know, because hiding something effectively means it's hidden. It's possible no other president did something like this, or it's possible that many others did it, but more competently.
Well, we know Nixon did.  But you're right.
Nixon didn't destroy evidence.

You must really like daytime soaps for the high drama and meaningful dialogue...

Along with hamsters for the high level of entertainment.
Correct, but he did hide evidence.  Which is what Rushy said and I agreed with.
Yeah, he hid it real well...

Jesus, you will believe anything...
Better than Trump.


Re: Trump
« Reply #3542 on: January 16, 2019, 04:47:35 PM »
https://www.npr.org/2019/01/15/685416350/feast-fit-for-a-burger-king-trump-serves-fast-food-to-college-football-champs


Our president...
Cheap as fuck?  Or just no taste in food?
A) Not cheap, just pragmatic, as everyone with a sane mind knows exactly what typical food college athletes enjoy; and,
Two) No real US citizen would adopt a moniker using the word, "Lord."
You do know that professional athletes, college included, have strict nutritional rules to ensure maximum performance,yes?  They are told by their nutrition coach not to each fast food.
Yeah, yeah, yeah...cupcake...

Looks like they didn't freaking listen to their nutritional coach there, Einstein...

https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/ncaafb/clemson-qb-trevor-lawrence-calls-out-fake-twitter-quote-praising-fast-food-at-white-house/ar-BBSilUh?li=BBnb7Kz
And?  They were gonna eat it no matter what.  Could have been nothing but ice cream.  But he could have catered something at least befitting a presidential dinner, not, ya know, a cheap date.
It was not a presidential dinner.

He was hosting teenagers and early 20 somethings...and being the acknowledged genius he is, he took a look at the guest list and came to the only logical conclusion, that being...wait for it...KIDS THAT AGE LOVE BURGERS AND FRIES!!!

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/trump-has-concealed-details-of-his-face-to-face-encounters-with-putin-from-senior-officials-in-administration/2019/01/12/65f6686c-1434-11e9-b6ad-9cfd62dbb0a8_story.html

On the notion of acting very, very guilty. This really is a crazy meme at this point.
Guilty of what?

LOL!


Good question because no president would ever bother hiding conversations by destroying evidence.  Right?
Care to point out where the word, "destroyed," was ever used?
You're right, a fail on my part . Trump took the notes.  He problably kept them in a safe place incase he forgot what was said.  And made sure no one else could see it . For some reason.

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Taking notes and keeping them somewhere is not a crime.
It might be for the president.
No.

It isn't.

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Having private conversations is not a crime.
No one claimed it was.
Then stop insinuating it is.
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But destroying evidence and government records is a crime...So you are for jailing Hillary Clinton, James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, and Lisa Page?
I haven't the power.  And apparently, neither does Trump.  So unless you know something he doesn't, I'm just gonna point to his lack of "locking her up" and you go ahead and try to justify why he hasn't been able to.
People are not going to be locked up until their trial, which in Hillary's case and the rest, is coming shortly.


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On the notion of acting very, very guilty. This really is a crazy meme at this point.
Guilty of what?

LOL!


Good question because no president would ever bother hiding conversations by destroying evidence.  Right?

We wouldn't know, because hiding something effectively means it's hidden. It's possible no other president did something like this, or it's possible that many others did it, but more competently.
Well, we know Nixon did.  But you're right.
Nixon didn't destroy evidence.

You must really like daytime soaps for the high drama and meaningful dialogue...

Along with hamsters for the high level of entertainment.
Correct, but he did hide evidence.  Which is what Rushy said and I agreed with.
Yeah, he hid it real well...

Jesus, you will believe anything...
Better than Trump.
Get over it.

There is nothing better than the performance of Trump!

ALL HAIL OUR BELOVED LEADER!

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Re: Trump
« Reply #3543 on: January 16, 2019, 04:59:42 PM »
ur retartet but u donut even no it and i walnut tell u y

Re: Trump
« Reply #3544 on: January 16, 2019, 05:12:32 PM »
https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/trump-shutdown-we-ll-be-out-long-time-n959251

Nice. I'm going to need a new job soon if this keeps up.
If you have any kind of position with government, I hope you get a new job...the rest of the country would definitely benefit.

Re: Trump
« Reply #3545 on: January 16, 2019, 05:56:45 PM »
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It was not a presidential dinner.

He was hosting teenagers and early 20 somethings...and being the acknowledged genius he is, he took a look at the guest list and came to the only logical conclusion, that being...wait for it...KIDS THAT AGE LOVE BURGERS AND FRIES!!!
Was the president hosting a dinner?  Then its a presidential dinner.  Not sure what definition you're using.


Also, Trump likes burgers and fries.  I like burgers and fries.  My 4 year old likes burgers and fries.  Its not age specific.


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No.

It isn't.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presidential_Records_Act
Yes . Yes it is.




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Then stop insinuating it is.
I'm not insinuating a private conversation is evil.  I'm insinuating that a specific private conversation between Trump and Putin has things discussed that our president is afraid will get out, even to his trusted staff.


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People are not going to be locked up until their trial, which in Hillary's case and the rest, is coming shortly.
Been 2 years . Sure is taking his time, eh?[/quote]
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Re: Trump
« Reply #3546 on: January 16, 2019, 06:06:31 PM »
https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/trump-shutdown-we-ll-be-out-long-time-n959251

Nice. I'm going to need a new job soon if this keeps up.


I'm curious, whats the overall feel for whose to blame in your area?

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Re: Trump
« Reply #3547 on: January 16, 2019, 07:37:37 PM »
You just made my list, buddy.  >:(
this world does not have room for another mind as intelligent as yours.

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Re: Trump
« Reply #3548 on: January 16, 2019, 08:06:34 PM »
https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/trump-shutdown-we-ll-be-out-long-time-n959251

Nice. I'm going to need a new job soon if this keeps up.

The party of small government is finally living up to the meme.

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Re: Trump
« Reply #3549 on: January 16, 2019, 10:41:10 PM »
https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/trump-shutdown-we-ll-be-out-long-time-n959251

Nice. I'm going to need a new job soon if this keeps up.

The party of small government is finally living up to the meme.

2 questions:1) Is Trump currently getting paid? 2) How many years of government shutdown would it take to clear the deficit?
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Re: Trump
« Reply #3550 on: January 16, 2019, 10:52:29 PM »
2 questions:1) Is Trump currently getting paid?

Even if he was, it would hardly matter, since he has so far donated every dime of his salary to charities. One of his campaign promises was that he wouldn't accept a salary, so it seems he's trying to keep that promise.

2) How many years of government shutdown would it take to clear the deficit?

Shutdowns don't save the government any money, so this question makes no sense. The money gained by not paying personnel is immediately lost to paying those same people overtime to work through the backlogs the shutdown caused.

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Re: Trump
« Reply #3551 on: January 16, 2019, 11:26:00 PM »
Thanks for sucking all the joy out of the shutdown Rushy. Thanks a lot.
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Re: Trump
« Reply #3552 on: January 17, 2019, 01:26:43 AM »
Thanks for sucking all the joy out of the shutdown Rushy. Thanks a lot.

Saddam is still working every day without pay, so there's still a lot of fun to enjoy.

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Re: Trump
« Reply #3553 on: January 17, 2019, 04:31:51 AM »
The altruism of Trump, so nobly working without pay on behalf of the American people.
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Re: Trump
« Reply #3554 on: January 17, 2019, 09:07:20 AM »
He is a generous god.
I stopped going to the gym because of Trump. Now I can't open jars

Re: Trump
« Reply #3555 on: January 17, 2019, 09:15:46 AM »
2 questions:1) Is Trump currently getting paid?

Even if he was, it would hardly matter, since he has so far donated every dime of his salary to charities. One of his campaign promises was that he wouldn't accept a salary, so it seems he's trying to keep that promise.
No, government agencies.
Like the Small Business Administration.
https://www.cnbc.com/2018/10/03/trump-donates-second-quarter-salary-to-small-business-administration-white-house-says.html


This is done at the treasury so he never gets most of his money.  Thus, less of a donation and more of a redirection of government funds.

Re: Trump
« Reply #3556 on: January 17, 2019, 12:13:14 PM »
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It was not a presidential dinner.

He was hosting teenagers and early 20 somethings...and being the acknowledged genius he is, he took a look at the guest list and came to the only logical conclusion, that being...wait for it...KIDS THAT AGE LOVE BURGERS AND FRIES!!!
Was the president hosting a dinner?  Then its a presidential dinner.  Not sure what definition you're using.


Also, Trump likes burgers and fries.  I like burgers and fries.  My 4 year old likes burgers and fries.  Its not age specific.
So, he did the right thing and everyone there had a good time.

ANOTHER TRUMP VICTORY!
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No.

It isn't.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presidential_Records_Act
Yes . Yes it is.
You need to read that again.
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Then stop insinuating it is.
I'm not insinuating a private conversation is evil.  I'm insinuating that a specific private conversation between Trump and Putin has things discussed that our president is afraid will get out, even to his trusted staff.
Keeping records to oneself is no more indicative of fear than your lousy take is indicative of meaningful rhetoric.

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People are not going to be locked up until their trial, which in Hillary's case and the rest, is coming shortly.
Been 2 years . Sure is taking his time, eh?

Why rush a good thing?

I would take my time over turning a good screw!

LOL!

ALL HAIL OUR BELOVED LEADER!

Re: Trump
« Reply #3557 on: January 17, 2019, 12:17:35 PM »
The altruism of Trump, so nobly working without pay on behalf of the American people.
As if altruism is a worthwhile aspiration?

Honest, you need to get the hell out of government.

Re: Trump
« Reply #3558 on: January 17, 2019, 01:44:11 PM »
Dancy Nancy at it again!

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/%E2%80%98she-wields-the-knife%E2%80%99-pelosi-moves-to-belittle-and-undercut-trump-in-shutdown-fight/ar-BBSlOIc?li=BBnb7Kz

...claiming she doesn't feel secure!

Nielsen fires right back!

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Re: Trump
« Reply #3559 on: January 18, 2019, 12:56:11 AM »
The altruism of Trump, so nobly working without pay on behalf of the American people.
As if altruism is a worthwhile aspiration?

Is selfishness, the antonym of 'altruism', the more worthwhile aspiration?
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