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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby Monker » Thu Jan 26, 2017 2:57 pm

Fact Finder wrote:Secure fence Act (2006)

https://www.senate.gov/legislative/LIS/ ... vote=00262

Obama -Yea
Clinton - Yea
Biden - Yea
Schumer - Yea
Byrd - Yea


So what? What's the difference in price between a 50billion dollar wall and a FENCE. Maybe 49.9 billion dollars?
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby Monker » Thu Jan 26, 2017 3:03 pm

K.C.Journey Fan wrote:Monker posts what he thinks. Stupid things like the moon landing was staged and Bush is responsible for 9/11.


Yeah, I say that in parody of you naive idiots believing every damn conspiracy theory that is peddled your way.
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby Monker » Thu Jan 26, 2017 3:13 pm

Boomchild wrote:
UncleKG wrote:
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Man, that'd be as bad as belittling a Vietnam POW for being captured, or suggesting the mother of a Gold Star family didn't speak because of her religion, or making a joke about a reporter "bleeding from everywhere." Spare me your hypocritical indignation.


There is a problem with your analogy here. All the examples that you are giving here are responses to people that directly spoke out or directly showed public support against Donald Trump himself. Please show me where Barron Trump said something or attacked them and they were merely responding to his personal involvement. Clearly this is about people attacking someone that has nothing to do with the what they are protesting. Again, no matter how you want to slice it or spin it, a CHILD is not responsible for the actions of the parent and to attack said CHILD to goat and get under the parent's skin is "deplorable" and a sign of desperation. Your attempt to legitimize the actions of those that attacked an INNOCENT CHILD is disturbing.


Trump went after the wife of Ted Cruz in order to get under his skin...and it worked. HE opened up this can of worms and now he has to eat them. EVERYTHING is fair game - because he made it that way.

In addition, for DECADES Republicans have written insults towards Chelsea Clinton. Even in this very forum you can go to the Obama thread and read some modern examples...but it dates back to when Chelsea was a kid also. So, excuse me for saying you are full of shit and want a double standard.

For me, Baron looks like a spoiled, and privileged, mamma's boy who constantly looks bored and not wanting to be in public. I don't think he has some type of weird disease, or whatever.
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby Monker » Thu Jan 26, 2017 3:28 pm

Boomchild wrote:
Fact Finder wrote:The air and water will still be protected bigly, believe me. Quit hyperventilating already, between you and some people on my Facebook, it's you guys blowing out all this hot air polluting shit. Relax, you are not gonna die. 4 realz. :wink:


Now that is funny.


You are a sick people.

Yeah, it was such a funny joke when people died of bad water tainted with lead in Flint, MI. I bet they really laugh at such jokes. Maybe all those dead people voted for Trump and that's why he won the state.

And, BTW, there was once a big fight about lead...that there was an acceptable amount that the body could tolerate and the lead in people's bodies did not come from car exhaust from leaded gasoline, or paint or other industrial uses. The great majority of scientists believed this to be false and said so. But, industry, specifically the mining industry fought this with their own scientists. This went on for years until it was finally widely accepted that lead was incredibly toxic (which has been known for thousands of years) and NO amount of lead is acceptable. So, gasoline, paint, pipes, etc..all had to get the lead out.

The same exact situation is happening right now with climate change. Those who study it KNOW man is causing it. Industry, especially the fossil fuel industry, does not like it so they prop up their own made up science with bought and paid for scientists to back it up.
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby Monker » Thu Jan 26, 2017 3:32 pm

ANY of them could. Since there are so many, there is no reason to add any more.

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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby Monker » Thu Jan 26, 2017 3:46 pm

He is completely right. Buy low, sell high. The market is artificially inflated and there is way too much uncertainty to confident that we will keep bulling ahead.

A crash with Trump seems inevitable to me. THEN it will be time to buy.

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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby Monker » Thu Jan 26, 2017 3:48 pm

K.C.Journey Fan wrote:
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Fact Finder wrote: I don't think he'd rate a pimple on TNCs ass. :shock:


Man, quite an assessment. Good thing I could give two $&%^$ what you think of me, Bieber. :wink: :lol:


Trust me, many of us feel the same about you. :wink: :lol: :lol:



Would you two just get a room already...so much flirting and winking and laughing, just get it over with.
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby UncleKG » Thu Jan 26, 2017 11:51 pm

K.C.Journey Fan wrote:http://globalnews.ca/news/1069624/how-do-crude-spills-compare-by-rail-truck-pipeline-you-may-be-surprised/


This is the equivalent of saying, "it's better to get stabbed than to be shot."

"The biggest pipeline accidents, including one in 1980 in Alberta where 6.5 million litres of crude were spilled, dwarf the biggest train accidents. The largest spill of crude oil from a train (between January 1, 2006 and June 30, 2013) was 90,000 litres on May 21, 2013."
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby Boomchild » Fri Jan 27, 2017 12:02 am

Border fences work

Yes, border fences work. And that is exactly why the political class is so stridently intent on opposing the construction of a full double-layered fence or any effective barrier at the border.

One of the most pervasive arguments against a border fence is the puerile nursery chant, “show me a 20-foot fence, I’ll show you a 21-foot ladder.” Even 2016 presidential candidate Rick Perry was oft to advance this intellectually dishonest argument. The problem is they can’t show us the 21-foot ladder. The border fence that conservatives are advocating has worked in San Diego and it has worked in Israel. It will work for much of the rest of the border.

https://www.conservativereview.com/comm ... ences-work
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby UncleKG » Fri Jan 27, 2017 12:46 am

Boomchild wrote:
Border fences work

Yes, border fences work. And that is exactly why the political class is so stridently intent on opposing the construction of a full double-layered fence or any effective barrier at the border.

One of the most pervasive arguments against a border fence is the puerile nursery chant, “show me a 20-foot fence, I’ll show you a 21-foot ladder.” Even 2016 presidential candidate Rick Perry was oft to advance this intellectually dishonest argument. The problem is they can’t show us the 21-foot ladder. The border fence that conservatives are advocating has worked in San Diego and it has worked in Israel. It will work for much of the rest of the border.

https://www.conservativereview.com/comm ... ences-work


Well, since you used such an unbiased and scholarly source as Conservative Review.com :roll:

Let's see what MIT has to say:
"(D)rump might say it would be worth the cost since border crossings are out of control. However, because of several factors, including improvements in the Mexican economy and increases in Border Patrol staffing, fewer people are making the attempt. Officers caught 331,000 people crossing the Mexican border in fiscal 2015, less than one-fifth the number in 2000."

https://www.technologyreview.com/s/602494/bad-math-props-up-trumps-border-wall/

So, you can't show cause and effect it's the wall that's stopping them. Also, note that MIT expects the cost to be as high as $40 billion, not including maintenance.

Pew Research (who Drump referred to as the organization that supposedly said there were millions of illegal voters, even though they didn't) says this:

"The drop in Mexican emigration to the U.S. during and since the Great Recession has at least three main causes. First, there was a decrease in the number of jobs available in the U.S. to Mexican immigrants, particularly in construction. Second, since the mid-2000s there has been stricter enforcement of immigration laws at the U.S.-Mexico border (with the number of Border Patrol agents now above 17,000) and an increase in the number of deportations of Mexican immigrants. Third, there are demographic changes underway in Mexico that could be affecting would-be immigrants. Today, a declining share of the population in Mexico is made up of people ages 15 to 29 (24.9% in 2014 versus 29.4% in 1990) – and immigrants are more likely to migrate at younger ages, particularly between the ages of 20 and 30 years old. This reflects the decline of the fertility rate in Mexico since the 1970s, which has led to a decades-long process of population aging in Mexico.

As Pew Research Center reported last fall in an analysis of Mexican and U.S. data, migration flows from Mexico had recently reversed for the first time since the 1940s. Between 2009 and 2014, some 870,000 Mexican immigrants arrived in the U.S. while about 1 million left. This change followed on a five-year period of net-zero migration from Mexico after several decades of large inflows of Mexican immigrants into the U.S."

So, we're going to put up a $40 billion wall that will keep more from leaving than are coming in? Makes perfect sense.

http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2016/04/14/mexico-us-border-apprehensions/
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby UncleKG » Fri Jan 27, 2017 12:49 am

K.C.Journey Fan wrote:"This is the equivalent of saying, "it's better to get stabbed than to be shot."
Try both, get back to us on what you found out. FACT IS, it was WAY down with pipelines, which can be shut off, and built OUTSIDE of towns and cities. :roll: :roll:


Yeah, they can be shut down, if and when the leak is detected. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-pipelines-colonial-analysis-idUSKCN1200FQ

"A Reuters review of U.S. federal records shows that sensitive technology designed to pick up possible spills is about as successful as a random member of the public like Aldridge finding it, despite efforts from pipeline operators.

In the past 20 months, Colonial has had eight pipeline spills across its 5,500-mile (8,851 km) fuel pipeline system. None of them were uncovered by the company's primary leak-detection system, according to federal data."
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby UncleKG » Fri Jan 27, 2017 12:53 am

Boomchild wrote:
UncleKG wrote:Inefficient, ineffective, way too costly to build and maintain. That sums it up pretty well.


The establishment in our government both Democratic and Republican as well as the many progressive liberals never have and never will want to do anything to solve the problem.


What "problem" are you referring to? http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2016/04/14/mexico-us-border-apprehensions/
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby UncleKG » Fri Jan 27, 2017 12:55 am

Boomchild wrote:
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I don't support what they said, or them saying it. I'm pointing out how amusing it is that a group of people who support a guy who continually attacks other people are now faux outraged. Drump has consistently set the tone for the level of discourse.


Bullshit you are just trying to find a roundabout way to explain away their actions. The tit for tat bullshit doesn't fly.


I just read this in Foghorn Leghorn's voice. "I say, sir! This transgression will not stand! Not unless it's my candidate attacking people. Then and only then is it acceptable!" :lol:
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby UncleKG » Fri Jan 27, 2017 1:23 am

Drump's staffers are trying to figure out how they can get through the next four years without him giving any interviews. What a dumpster fire. His obsession with his popularity just reveals how thin-skinned, shallow and delusional this guy really is.

He essentially said in this interview, "Hey, you know that thing I said on Twitter and that I've repeated a number of times? Yeah, I never said that."

DAVID MUIR: ... those people who are on the rolls voted, that there are millions of illegal votes?

PRESIDENT TRUMP: I didn't say there are millions. But I think there could very well be millions of people. That's right.

DAVID MUIR: You tweeted though ...

PRESIDENT TRUMP: And I also say this ...

DAVID MUIR: ... you tweeted, "If you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally, I won the popular vote."

http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/transcript-abc-news-anchor-david-muir-interviews-president/story?id=45047602

This exchange is particularly hilarious, too. They were talking about the CIA speech. Now, which of them brings up the inauguration speech?

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Not you personally but your network -- and they tried to demean the speech. And I know when things are good or bad. A poll just came out on my inauguration speech which was extraordinary that people loved it. Loved and liked. And it was an extraordinary poll.

DAVID MUIR: I guess that's what I'm getting at. You talked about the poll, the people loving your inaugural speech and the size of your ...

PRESIDENT TRUMP: No, because you bring it up.

DAVID MUIR: I'm asking, well, on day one you ...

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Well, you just brought it up. I didn't bring it up. I didn't wanna -- talk about the inauguration speech.But I think I did a very good job and people really liked it. You saw the poll. Just came out this morning. You bring it up. I didn't bring it up.

:lol: :roll: :lol: :roll: :lol: :roll:
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby Memorex » Fri Jan 27, 2017 1:41 am

UncleKG wrote:Drump's staffers are trying to figure out how they can get through the next four years without him giving any interviews. What a dumpster fire. His obsession with his popularity just reveals how thin-skinned, shallow and delusional this guy really is.

He essentially said in this interview, "Hey, you know that thing I said on Twitter and that I've repeated a number of times? Yeah, I never said that."

DAVID MUIR: ... those people who are on the rolls voted, that there are millions of illegal votes?

PRESIDENT TRUMP: I didn't say there are millions. But I think there could very well be millions of people. That's right.

DAVID MUIR: You tweeted though ...

PRESIDENT TRUMP: And I also say this ...

DAVID MUIR: ... you tweeted, "If you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally, I won the popular vote."

http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/transcript-abc-news-anchor-david-muir-interviews-president/story?id=45047602

This exchange is particularly hilarious, too. They were talking about the CIA speech. Now, which of them brings up the inauguration speech?

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Not you personally but your network -- and they tried to demean the speech. And I know when things are good or bad. A poll just came out on my inauguration speech which was extraordinary that people loved it. Loved and liked. And it was an extraordinary poll.

DAVID MUIR: I guess that's what I'm getting at. You talked about the poll, the people loving your inaugural speech and the size of your ...

PRESIDENT TRUMP: No, because you bring it up.

DAVID MUIR: I'm asking, well, on day one you ...

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Well, you just brought it up. I didn't bring it up. I didn't wanna -- talk about the inauguration speech.But I think I did a very good job and people really liked it. You saw the poll. Just came out this morning. You bring it up. I didn't bring it up.

:lol: :roll: :lol: :roll: :lol: :roll:


You'd have to go back a little more than 8 years to find a president that didn't talk about himself all the time. You think the last guy didn't have an ego? Read any speech and count the number of "I's". He had just as big of an ego, but he was more sly about it.

I wonder if today's politics are such that it takes that ego to get there. Hillary certainly praised herself a lot. Maybe it's just the state of things.
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby UncleKG » Fri Jan 27, 2017 2:26 am

Memorex wrote:
UncleKG wrote:Drump's staffers are trying to figure out how they can get through the next four years without him giving any interviews. What a dumpster fire. His obsession with his popularity just reveals how thin-skinned, shallow and delusional this guy really is.

He essentially said in this interview, "Hey, you know that thing I said on Twitter and that I've repeated a number of times? Yeah, I never said that."

DAVID MUIR: ... those people who are on the rolls voted, that there are millions of illegal votes?

PRESIDENT TRUMP: I didn't say there are millions. But I think there could very well be millions of people. That's right.

DAVID MUIR: You tweeted though ...

PRESIDENT TRUMP: And I also say this ...

DAVID MUIR: ... you tweeted, "If you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally, I won the popular vote."

http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/transcript-abc-news-anchor-david-muir-interviews-president/story?id=45047602

This exchange is particularly hilarious, too. They were talking about the CIA speech. Now, which of them brings up the inauguration speech?

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Not you personally but your network -- and they tried to demean the speech. And I know when things are good or bad. A poll just came out on my inauguration speech which was extraordinary that people loved it. Loved and liked. And it was an extraordinary poll.

DAVID MUIR: I guess that's what I'm getting at. You talked about the poll, the people loving your inaugural speech and the size of your ...

PRESIDENT TRUMP: No, because you bring it up.

DAVID MUIR: I'm asking, well, on day one you ...

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Well, you just brought it up. I didn't bring it up. I didn't wanna -- talk about the inauguration speech.But I think I did a very good job and people really liked it. You saw the poll. Just came out this morning. You bring it up. I didn't bring it up.

:lol: :roll: :lol: :roll: :lol: :roll:


You'd have to go back a little more than 8 years to find a president that didn't talk about himself all the time. You think the last guy didn't have an ego? Read any speech and count the number of "I's". He had just as big of an ego, but he was more sly about it.

I wonder if today's politics are such that it takes that ego to get there. Hillary certainly praised herself a lot. Maybe it's just the state of things.


Talking about yourself is one thing. I just demonstrated where he (again) got caught saying he didn't say something he clearly said. He Tweeted that millions of illegals voted, then says he didn't say millions. He then brings up his inauguration speech and tries to say the reporter brought it up. It's incredibly comical.
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby UncleKG » Fri Jan 27, 2017 2:29 am

K.C.Journey Fan wrote:Look what is coming out today. From the people at Wikileaks, with love. Sorry about your hero KGB and Monker.

http://www.australiannationalreview.com ... ist-names/


At the risk of being redundant (but I have to be with you, because you either don't pay attention or are too ignorant to keep up), I'm not a Hillary supporter.
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby verslibre » Fri Jan 27, 2017 2:51 am

UncleKG wrote:At the risk of being redundant (but I have to be with you, because you either don't pay attention or are too ignorant to keep up), I'm not a Hillary supporter.


Doesn't matter to them. Since you're not a Trump supporter, you must be a Hillary supporter or Democrat by default. They understand no other way.
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby verslibre » Fri Jan 27, 2017 2:55 am

Monker wrote:Trump went after the wife of Ted Cruz in order to get under his skin...and it worked. HE opened up this can of worms and now he has to eat them. EVERYTHING is fair game - because he made it that way.

In addition, for DECADES Republicans have written insults towards Chelsea Clinton. Even in this very forum you can go to the Obama thread and read some modern examples...but it dates back to when Chelsea was a kid also. So, excuse me for saying you are full of shit and want a double standard.

For me, Baron looks like a spoiled, and privileged, mamma's boy who constantly looks bored and not wanting to be in public. I don't think he has some type of weird disease, or whatever.


Chelsea's "bedroom eyes." "Moochelle." And so on. This kind of crap has been flung back and forth for years.

Muir's interview with Trump last night was interesting. He referred to one of his (unnamed) opponents in the race as a combatant. I'm not sure if he meant to use that word, but if he did, it tells a lot about the man. He did refer to the letter Obama left him as "long, complex and very thoughtful," though he wouldn't share anything from it. At the very least, maybe he learned from that letter to act a little more "Presidential."
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby verslibre » Fri Jan 27, 2017 3:11 am

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/symbolic-doomsday-clock-moves-closer-to-midnight/ar-AAmhcYy?OCID=DELLDHP

Symbolic 'Doomsday Clock' moves closer to midnight

Comments by US President Donald Trump and a "darkening global security landscape" have made the world less safe, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists warned Thursday, moving its symbolic "Doomsday Clock" 30 seconds closer to midnight.

The clock -- which serves as a metaphor for how close humanity is to destroying the planet -- was last changed in 2015, from five to three minutes to midnight.

It is now set at two and a half minutes to midnight.

The decision to move the clock or not is led by a group of scientists and intellectuals, including 15 Nobel laureates.

The minute-hand on the clock was moved amid concerns about "a rise in strident nationalism worldwide, President Donald Trump's comments on nuclear arms and climate issues, a darkening global security landscape that is colored by increasingly sophisticated technology, and a growing disregard for scientific expertise," the group said in a statement.

The Doomsday Clock was created in 1947. It has changed 19 times since then, ranging from two minutes to midnight in 1953 to 17 minutes before midnight in 1991.

"Never before has the Bulletin decided to advance the clock largely because of the statements of a single person," two scientists at the Bulletin, Lawrence Krauss and David Titley, said in an opinion piece published by The New York Times.

"But when that person is the new president of the United States, his words matter."
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby JBlake » Fri Jan 27, 2017 3:16 am

K.C.Journey Fan wrote:
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JBlake wrote: He had to spend a few hours yesterday shoveling three feet of fresh climate change off his driveway.


"It still snows, so there must not be any man made climate change." Truly one of the dumbest arguments one can offer. Come on, man, you can do better than that...or maybe you can't.


Why waste time on an idiot. He spent far too much time on you as it is. I'm guilty of that myself.


Absolutely. Trying to reason with Monker, UncleKG, etc. is like trying to reason with a dog turd on your lawn. No matter what you say, that turd still going to stink. Eventually brute force kicks in and it's forcefully removed from the lawn.
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby ebake02 » Fri Jan 27, 2017 3:22 am

Monker wrote:
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Fact Finder wrote:Well, the dude does what he says he's gonna do..

Trump Expected to Order Mexican Border Wall

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/24/us/p ... .html?_r=0


He is doing what he said he was going to do...waste hundreds of billions of dollars on an ineffective and impractical "solution."

https://www.cato.org/blog/border-wall-impractical-expensive-ineffective-plan

And since I know someone's going to try and attack the source without trying to disprove anything presented in the article...https://www.cato.org/about


There is only so much that can be spent by executive order....there is no way he can order the billions to be spent on the entire wall. The order is to just get it started - the funding will need to be approved by congress.


Doesn't matter what he spends, it's still a waste of taxpayer money. He can build whatever wall he wants, illegal aliens and smugglers will tunnel under it like they're doing now. Mexico won't be reimbursing us either, anybody who thinks so is fucking stupid.
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby JBlake » Fri Jan 27, 2017 3:39 am

ebake02 wrote:
Doesn't matter what he spends, it's still a waste of taxpayer money. He can build whatever wall he wants, illegal aliens and smugglers will tunnel under it like they're doing now. Mexico won't be reimbursing us either, anybody who thinks so is fucking stupid.


Obviously you're in favor of and approve illegal aliens and smuggler tunnel activities.

Simple solution, drop BLU-109's, 113's, 116's and 118/Bravos on the first tunnels discovered and watch all drug and illegal alien tunnel activities secure In short order.
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby YoungJRNYfan » Fri Jan 27, 2017 3:40 am

How long has it been? Not even a week and we're already entering "Worst President That Ever Lived" territory. Oof!
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby JBlake » Fri Jan 27, 2017 3:53 am

Every time I hear this environmentalist bs I always think of this skit on In Living Color. The painting of an eye causes this freak to associate that with the killing of a king crab. That's how these freaks actually think. I wonder if Monker and UncleKG resemble Carey in this video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzf57RqH6qc
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby UncleKG » Fri Jan 27, 2017 4:48 am

K.C.Journey Fan wrote:Here you go J. Blake. Brought a smile to my face.

http://www.newsmax.com/Politics/EPA-Cut ... id/769942/


Why do you see this as a good thing? Defend your position.
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby UncleKG » Fri Jan 27, 2017 4:57 am

JBlake wrote:
ebake02 wrote:
Doesn't matter what he spends, it's still a waste of taxpayer money. He can build whatever wall he wants, illegal aliens and smugglers will tunnel under it like they're doing now. Mexico won't be reimbursing us either, anybody who thinks so is fucking stupid.


Obviously you're in favor of and approve illegal aliens and smuggler tunnel activities.

Simple solution, drop BLU-109's, 113's, 116's and 118/Bravos on the first tunnels discovered and watch all drug and illegal alien tunnel activities secure In short order.


:roll: :roll: "NUKE 'EM ALL!" You realize a lot of these tunnels are built in border towns, right? Brilliant idea.

Have you ever had alcohol? Then you're a hypocrite. Ever smoked a cigarette? You're a hypocrite. Ever taken a painkiller or muscle relaxer? You're a hypocrite. Ever had coffee? You're a hypocrite.

A drug is a drug is a drug, legal or otherwise. Do you advocate dropping bombs on domestic pot farmers as well?

And he's right. They'll find a way to get in.

“The Border Patrol has done an incredible job, given its resources,” said Gen. Barry R. McCaffrey, the White House drug policy director in the Clinton administration. “But it would be a stretch to say that the border and border communities are secure when the agency lacks a high-confidence ability to detect cross-border tunnels. No wall is going to fix that.

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/02/us/us-mexico-border-wall-tunnels.html?_r=0
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Re: President Donald J. Trump - Term 1 Thread

Postby UncleKG » Fri Jan 27, 2017 4:58 am

JBlake wrote: Eventually brute force kicks in and it's forcefully removed from the lawn.


I hear ya', "keyboard cowboy." Jibber jabber.
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Postby UncleKG » Fri Jan 27, 2017 5:04 am

K.C.Journey Fan wrote:How sad they can't see Trump giving the Country back to the people.


What are you babbling about? Do you keep a notebook of Drumpisms?
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Postby verslibre » Fri Jan 27, 2017 5:04 am

JBlake wrote:Simple solution, drop BLU-109's, 113's, 116's and 118/Bravos on the first tunnels discovered and watch all drug and illegal alien tunnel activities secure In short order.


Tie that bandana 'round your head, Rambo. You may as well get up and close and personal if you want results. Get your hands dirty. Bombing empty tunnels won't do shit. :lol:
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