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pabar61

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I don't lie. I might be wrong. I don't lie.


Got it - you were wrong about your own party affiliation.  Who hasn't made that mistake?

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Obviously, it can't be said about everybody here.
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Fresh, 

Thanks for making it official that you are in deed the poster child for the left nut ball society. To come here and read and occasionally post , seeing your endless rants of how EVERYTHING  the left does is without failure, no conspiracy with no fault or how anything posted or published is " non factual " yet EVERYTHING  the right does is wrong, criminal and how anything published is without merit unless YOU determine it to be so even denying that the media is owned and operated by the left. You are in deed the nuttiest of them all. I picture you as that screaming imbecile during Trumps inauguration. 

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"Getting your motor revved about taking our guns is going to be what undoes your efforts."

"I like to establish the parameters of my own thoughts and don't think I need a director."

"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
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Your ability to bring something original to the conversation is astounding. Congratulations on finding the quote button.
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Fresh, 

Thanks for making it official that you are in deed the poster child for the left nut ball society. To come here and read and occasionally post , seeing your endless rants of how EVERYTHING  the left does is without failure, no conspiracy with no fault or how anything posted or published is " non factual " yet EVERYTHING  the right does is wrong, criminal and how anything published is without merit unless YOU determine it to be so even denying that the media is owned and operated by the left. You are in deed the nuttiest of them all. I picture you as that screaming imbecile during Trumps inauguration. 

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"Getting your motor revved about taking our guns is going to be what undoes your efforts."

"I like to establish the parameters of my own thoughts and don't think I need a director."

"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
TheNarrator

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You said you didn’t threaten your wife would shoot someone defending you.
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Durden, that doesn't make any sense what you said there........
TheNarrator

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He threatened his wife would shoot someone if they messed with him. Then he denied saying it.

Mom jeans must have been tight that day.

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What a reach. 
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Fresh, 

Thanks for making it official that you are in deed the poster child for the left nut ball society. To come here and read and occasionally post , seeing your endless rants of how EVERYTHING  the left does is without failure, no conspiracy with no fault or how anything posted or published is " non factual " yet EVERYTHING  the right does is wrong, criminal and how anything published is without merit unless YOU determine it to be so even denying that the media is owned and operated by the left. You are in deed the nuttiest of them all. I picture you as that screaming imbecile during Trumps inauguration. 

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"Getting your motor revved about taking our guns is going to be what undoes your efforts."

"I like to establish the parameters of my own thoughts and don't think I need a director."

"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
bluedog

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Fresh, why you deny stuff you said?...........Doesn't that expose you?........Nevermind, there's no doubt it does..........
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What a reach. 


You are welcome to explain what her not sharing your aversion for handguns meant - especially in the context of an altercation.

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I like a reach around 

FTFY
#rustytrombone

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I like a reach around

Everyone does, captain obvious.


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Apologize for the lack of updates.....  been busy.  Here are a few -

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/17/opinion/trump-lies-media.html

Let’s connect four different news stories from the past 24 hours:

1. President Trump admitted in a filing that he did indeed reimburse his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, for hush money paid to the porn actress Stormy Daniels. He had previously lied about the payment.

2. In testimony to Congress, the president’s son, Donald Trump Jr., tried to downplay his father’s role in various aspects of the Russia scandal. Trump Jr. has previously lied about these same issues. Given the Trump family’s repeated lying, no one should put much stock in these new claims. They may be true, or they may be false.

3. In a graduation speech at the Virginia Military Institute, Rex Tillerson, the former secretary of state, took an obvious swipe at Trump, his former boss.

“If our leaders seek to conceal the truth, or we as people become accepting of alternative realities that are no longer grounded in facts, then we as American citizens are on a pathway to relinquishing our freedom,” Tillerson said. “A responsibility of every American citizen to each other is to preserve and protect our freedom by recognizing what truth is and is not, what a fact is and is not, and begin by holding ourselves accountable to truthfulness, and demand our pursuit of America’s future be fact-based.”

It’s a nice — and important — sentiment. But given how often Tillerson stood by silently while other members of the Trump administration told blatant lies, his indirect criticism now isn’t nearly sufficient. He should be brave enough to acknowledge whom he’s really talking about. (For more on Tillerson’s outstanding debt to the country, read Michelle Goldberg.)

4. Pro-Trump media outlets — many of which have little regard for truth — are spreading, Sara Fischer of Axios reports. These outlets include Salem Radio, Sinclair Broadcasting, Fox News and, Fischer writes, local websites promoting Republican candidates that are “intentionally framed to look like real news websites.”

Greg Sargent of The Washington Post notes that this pro-Trump media may become even more significant as the Russia investigation moves forward: “Trump’s ability to rely on an extensive media network that will back him to the hilt no matter what gives him an advantage that President Richard Nixon did not have during the climax of Watergate. As Fischer’s reporting indicates, we don’t really have a clear sense of just how extensive or influential that network really is. And we don’t have any idea yet what this really means for the country over the long term.”

The connection among the four stories: The president is going to keep lying, and his allies are going to keep covering for him. The rest of us need to remember that a lie is still a lie, even when it’s coming from the president.


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keepinitreal

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so from the new muh mueller news, diet cheap cola is still running around with a lie detector.  What a sniveling biatch, grab a hankie woman and compose yourself
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"Getting your motor revved about taking our guns is going to be what undoes your efforts."

"I like to establish the parameters of my own thoughts and don't think I need a director."

"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
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http://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/387468-juan-williams-trumps-dangerous-lies-on-iran

Martin Luther King Jr. once said there is nothing in the world more dangerous than sincere ignorance.

Well, sincere ignorance had a banner day last week when President Trump unilaterally withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal.

A CNN/ORC poll taken shortly before Trump’s decision found that a majority of Americans — 63 percent — wanted the U.S. to stay in the deal. But get this: 62 percent of Americans believed Iran had violated its terms. 

To me, the second result is the more alarming.

That poll is proof of sincere ignorance of the deal on the part of nearly two-thirds of Americans. They are under the spell of Trump’s distortions.

The president’s partisan attacks on the Democrats who negotiated the deal — President Obama and former Secretary of State John Kerry — have left people with the sense that this is nothing more than one more political fight among many.

Trump has turned national security into just another political act in the Trump reality show.

No matter how provably false Trump’s claims about the Iran deal, he has succeeded in producing a fog of public confusion and uncertainty about the truth — more of that sincere ignorance.

For the record, Iran never violated the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). And there is no evidence the deal is “defective at its core,” as Trump likes to say.

Trump’s own State Department has repeatedly certified — as recently as last month — that Iran was living up to its end of the deal. In April, Defense Secretary James Mattis described the pact’s verification provisions as “pretty robust.”

And the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has issued quarterly reports certifying that Iran is in compliance.

But the truth has not stopped Trump.

He keeps calling the deal “disastrous” and “a great embarrassment,” and telling Americans that it allowed Iran to eventually “reach the brink of a nuclear breakout.”

The Washington Post’s Fact Checker gave Trump a four Pinocchio rating — a “whopper” of a lie — for the claim that the deal frees Iran in seven years to “create nuclear weapons.”

But just as the facts are not in question, neither is the power of Trump’s false sales pitch. It is the only way to explain why 62 percent of Americans believe Iran violated the deal.

Trump’s success in twisting public thinking with brassy indifference to the truth on Iran and nuclear weapons fits with the distortions he used last year when he pulled the U.S. out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Paris climate accords.

For TPP, the lie was that the deal was harmful to American workers. In reality, American businesses and American workers lost out on opportunities in emerging Asian countries.

For the climate deal, the lie was that it would cost American jobs and raise American energy prices. In reality, the U.S. lost out yet again on the burgeoning green energy sector and all the jobs and clean, cheap energy it would have created.

But while TPP and Paris were missed economic opportunities, the decision to end the Iran deal endangers the national security of the United States and opens a box of evil spirits in the Middle East. Already, Israel and Iran are trading fire in Syria, opening the way for a new round of potentially deadlier warfare.

Here is a Democrat, Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), a longstanding opponent of the original deal, pointing out that with the U.S. out of the deal, Iran is closer to having nuclear weapons:

"With this decision President Trump is risking U.S. national security, recklessly upending foundational partnerships with key U.S. allies in Europe and gambling with Israel’s security. Today’s withdrawal from the [Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action] makes it more likely Iran will restart its nuclear weapons program in the future."

When he was running for president, Trump made a similar point.

Trump told NBC News in August 2015 that if he were president, he “would police that contract so tough that [Iran would not] have a chance [to cheat.] As bad as the contract is, I will be so tough on that contract.”

Now there is no deal to enforce and no chance to be “tough.” And it isolates the U.S. from its global partners.

French President Emmanuel Macron, probably the European leader closest to Trump, also called the decision a “mistake.”

And Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake pointed out the obvious when he said withdrawing from the Iran deal now makes no sense because “Iran has already realized the benefits of sanctions relief and the release of frozen assets.” Flake added that since Iran is free of international oversight, Tehran is “off the hook when it comes to honoring their nuclear obligations under the agreement."

Flake is right. Even so, there are Middle Eastern leaders who want war. The New York Times Editorial Board declared last week that war in the Middle East does not matter to “anti-Iran hard-liners in [the Trump] administration, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and Saudi Arabia, who all seem to believe their problems with Iran can best be solved by driving out the regime through economic crisis or military action.”

A cynic might look at this and conclude that those same hardliners pushed Trump to end the deal without cause in order to move the US closer towards a military confrontation with Iran.

National Security Advisor John Bolton, we’re looking at you.


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oh my, what an unhealthy obsession.  No wonder you have to take a week off between your posts, sheer exhaustion.  Why in the world would you stay and defend your positions, after all that copy/pasta thing going on.

  The force is strong with this one

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"Getting your motor revved about taking our guns is going to be what undoes your efforts."

"I like to establish the parameters of my own thoughts and don't think I need a director."

"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
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No apology necessary.  Nobody noticed or cared that you were gone.


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Trump has absolutely no regard for the truth--never has. He is absolutely sinister in that way. It is beyond disturbing to have a president who just spouts--loudly and brazenly--obvious fraudulent statements, and he does it every day. His Iran speech was one lie or distortion after another. He's a genuine mobster--look at his personal attorney, Cohen. Cohen, like Trump, has done a lot of business with criminal types, including Russians. Trump worked with Felix Sater, a Russian-American felon, for 10 years in NYC--and now pretends he never heard of the guy. It is not a good thing for this country to have a seriously corrupt man in the White House--it makes it easier to have another one.

And the point above about right-wing media is absolutely true. There are all these crackpot right-win media outlets around run by crazies who are eager to spew propaganda. Look at Sinclair--this company that owns a large group of local TV stations across the country. It is run by a crackpot conservative who's ordered all his local affiliates to cast aspersions on the mainstream media. I'm sure the conservatives on this board watch their local TV news--it's laughably bad. No real reporting on anything--24 minutes of nightly fires, cats in trees, weather and sports--PABLUM for old people. But this 4th-rate company wants to tell its viewers that the New York Times and the Washington Post can't be trusted. Oh, my--that's funny. That's like some playground basketball loser talking trash about Labron James. If you drive through rural America and turn on the radio, you can't miss a variety of crazy Christian talk shows and other assorted right-wing outlets spreading conspiracy nonsense--all basically picked up from fox. It's how rural folks--who don't read--get their information. Simpletons, I'm afraid. 

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Rural folks have pony express you phuckwad
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"I like to establish the parameters of my own thoughts and don't think I need a director."

"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
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So emotional
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That she is
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"Getting your motor revved about taking our guns is going to be what undoes your efforts."

"I like to establish the parameters of my own thoughts and don't think I need a director."

"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
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https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2018/05/17/chris-cuomo-facts-first-trump-immigration-claim-newday.cnn
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Until I return - a good source on Twitter -

#trumplies


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Rural folks have pony express you phuckwad

Wow, envious.  That must be the crap out of crappy USPS.  My mail man tried to run me over in my driveway with his crappy little jeep because I don't like getting the junk mail out of my box.

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Wow.  We are going full salt mode from DC.  Going to be great!!
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