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Absolutely. The euro party on our dime is over. 



You guys are morons who are being played by an American traitor--Trump--who is more loyal to Putin--than our longtime allies. Have you wondered why Trump is making SUCH a big deal about the defense spending of our European allies. Our allies have committed to spending more--and yet Trump keeps up this harangue. Why? It's not about the money: He's doing what Putin wants him to do. Putin hates NATO, which helps to contain and constrain his authoritarian country. You freakin' rednecks are too stupid to see what is going on here. Trump plays you saps...like saps. Look at you--pretending to hate the FBI because Trump criticizes the FBI; pretending to dislike our most important allies because our traitorous a-hole president has been compromised by a dictator/ex-KGB murderous thug. And you wonder why coastal elites call you rubes. Because you are....I'm embarrassed to associate with such idiots. 

https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/11/opinions/trump-nato-strategy-opinion-ghitis/index.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twCNN&utm_term=image&utm_content=2018-07-12T00%3A36%3A05

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CNN opinion piece. Totally valuable link........not
They may have “committed” to spending more but so far it has only been lip service, no real action.
So to be clear

Putin hates NATO.
Trump wants allies to spend more on NATO
Trump=Putin puppet.

What else you got
Oh ya. Muh Putin, Muh Redneck, Muh Rubs
Who wipes your butt in the morning

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How full would kazoos depends be if he ever got out from behind his keyboard and saw one of us “rube rednecks” face to face.

We should track him down next season.
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How full would kazoos depends be if he ever got out from behind his keyboard and saw one of us “rube rednecks” face to face.

We should track him down next season.


I know Kazoo's kind.  He wouldn't last ten seconds.  Those rubes and rednecks he makes fun of are the ones who make things and grow things in this country.  Kazoo knows nothing of blisters, hard work, what it is like to walk into a factory where you can see the air, ...  When I was a machinist and when I worked in a foundry, I would have to do the "farmer's blow" several times after clearing the building.  When I worked in the one foundry, my wife fixed a place on the back porch for me to take my clothes off since they reeks so badly of "no bake" that she couldn't stand the smell and wouldn't let those clothes come inside until she hosed them off.  Kazoo knows nothing of that.  In fact, all of those qualities he admires reek of white guilt and and hatred of all of what most of us experience.  I'd like to see Kazoo walk two blocks in the neighborhood I grew up in.  He'd have given up his wallet in the first block and anything else those thugs wanted by the second block.  

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You guys are morons who are being played by an American traitor--Trump--who is more loyal to Putin--than our longtime allies. Have you wondered why Trump is making SUCH a big deal about the defense spending of our European allies. Our allies have committed to spending more--and yet Trump keeps up this harangue. Why? It's not about the money: He's doing what Putin wants him to do. Putin hates NATO, which helps to contain and constrain his authoritarian country. You freakin' rednecks are too stupid to see what is going on here. Trump plays you saps...like saps. Look at you--pretending to hate the FBI because Trump criticizes the FBI; pretending to dislike our most important allies because our traitorous a-hole president has been compromised by a dictator/ex-KGB murderous thug. And you wonder why coastal elites call you rubes. Because you are....I'm embarrassed to associate with such idiots. 

https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/11/opinions/trump-nato-strategy-opinion-ghitis/index.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twCNN&utm_term=image&utm_content=2018-07-12T00%3A36%3A05


You might be the most brainwashed of all of the socialist on this site.  When Trump went after Merkle today and chastised her for making a special deal with Putin and Russia for a secret natural gas pipeline I suppose he was making friends with Putin.  What a pud!

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lol Spaz where did that last post go? I was just going to quote it and pile on, and poof it was gone. I do admire your restraint. Still, that was funny af.
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CNN opinion piece. Totally valuable link........not
They may have “committed” to spending more but so far it has only been lip service, no real action.
So to be clear

Putin hates NATO.
Trump wants allies to spend more on NATO
Trump=Putin puppet.

What else you got
Oh ya. Muh Putin, Muh Redneck, Muh Rubs
Who wipes your butt in the morning


Adding CoachB's post...

"(kazoo) You might be the most brainwashed of all of the socialist on this site.  When Trump went after Merkle today and chastised her for making a special deal with Putin and Russia for a secret natural gas pipeline I suppose he was making friends with Putin.  What a pud! "

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lol Spaz where did that last post go? I was just going to quote it and pile on, and poof it was gone. I do admire your restraint. Still, that was funny af.

Sorry. I had a civil moment. It won’t happen again

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I like the new slimmed down, no holds barred Coach
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Straight outta Moscow

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Straight outta Moscow

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Their me me's are slaying me.

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In case you were wandering. 


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Trump is corrupt, mentally ill and a dupe of Russian and Putin. He's got to be the most absurd wanker in a leadership position in the history of this country. A uncivil man liked by those who are uneducated and somewhat uncivil themselves. Everyone else is utterly appalled--every day--but his rants and his insults and his non-stop idiocy. A massive embarrassment--and, let me repeat, completely corrupt. Everybody knows he's corrupt--he doesn't even try to hide it--but the rubes try to look away and pretend other people and other institutions must be the problem. Oh, if only everyone had a brain and a modicum of integrity.....And the Republican Party has become utterly corrupt too--so determined to wrest power from the Democrats that they cheat and lie about everything. Spent years spewing propaganda and lies about Clinton--the fake Benghazi scandal; the fake email scandal. This is the modern GOP--gerrymandering, propaganda, stealing Supreme Court picks. Look at the 2000 election--stolen when conservatives on the Supreme Court refused to allow a recount in Florida. Why? Rampant corruption among conservatives. 

Meanwhile, here's even more on how Russians has used fake news twitter accounts to play the rubes. Of course, there are conservative groups in America that have been doing this as well--creating fake news organization accounts to spread their BS. This is the state of conservatism in America these days. "Polls by Kaiser, Pew, Reuters, Politico, and Gallup [have] found that an overwhelming majority of Americans think that access to abortion — at the least under certain circumstances — should not be outlawed." And yet we have a small minority of undemocratic conservative crazies who want to reverse Roe v. Wade. It all shows how completely undemocratic conservatives have become. Look at all the dark-money conservative groups operating now....Notice how the Koch Brothers and the Mercers and all the other wealthy conservative crazies try to operate in secret, anonymously, afraid to defend their extremist positions in public. Pathetic. 

https://www.npr.org/2018/07/12/628085238/russian-influence-campaign-sought-to-exploit-americans-trust-in-local-news?utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=npr&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=20180712 



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Emotional he is, so full of angst, his post is littered with despair, yes suicidal I'm afraid, such despair, so sad to witness. Kazoo and scotty need help, any volunteers?
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Don't let facts get in the way of a good emotional rant......
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Trump is A Very Stable Genius



FTFY

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Are you ready yet to admit your guy is a flaming idiot?  He made a total fool of himself - and US - at the NATO summit.  He put his ignorance on full display and put our democracy at risk.  A new poll shows that over 40% of Germans now want all US forces out of their country.  Do you realize the gravity of that? 

Wake up, Reps.  This man is seriously impaired.

https://www.mediaite.com/tv/ex-fox-news-analyst-ralph-peters-tears-into-trump-over-nato-comments-we-have-a-fool-for-a-president/

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MAGA, poll Americans on NATO and we'll be glad to get out of Germany
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Are you ready yet to admit your guy is a flaming idiot?  He made a total fool of himself - and US - at the NATO summit.  He put his ignorance on full display and put our democracy at risk.  A new poll shows that over 40% of Germans now want all US forces out of their country.  Do you realize the gravity of that? 

Wake up, Reps.  This man is seriously impaired.

https://www.mediaite.com/tv/ex-fox-news-analyst-ralph-peters-tears-into-trump-over-nato-comments-we-have-a-fool-for-a-president/

seriously.  Muh Russia?  We went over this.  
Trump blasts Germany for Russia Pipeline.  That is directly against Putins' desires.

Europe better wake up and realize that they have been living off the backs of Americans for a lot of years.  NATO funding, Defense Spending and Tariffs.  It is not ok. Time for them to get the f' off our hind teets and carry their part of the load.

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  • corrupt,
  • mentally ill 
  • dupe 
  • most absurd wanker 
  • uncivil man 
  • those who are uneducated and somewhat uncivil themselves
  • non-stop idiocy
  • A massive embarrassment
  • completely corrupt.R
  • Rampant corruption among conservatives. 



Full blown EMO, hyperbole can only take you so far freshyturd

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seriously.  Muh Russia?  We went over this.  
Trump blasts Germany for Russia Pipeline.  That is directly against Putins' desires.

Europe better wake up and realize that they have been living off the backs of Americans for a lot of years.  NATO funding, Defense Spending and Tariffs.  It is not ok. Time for them to get the f' off our hind teets and carry their part of the load.


She doesn't understand the Germany-Russia connection and hasn't bothered to investigate is the big problem.

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From Slate - still think this guy isn't unhinged????


For all that Donald Trump is often described as “erratic” or “unpredictable,” the basic worldview underlying his foreign policy is pretty consistent and easy to understand: He doesn’t think the U.S. should be expending resources on any initiative that he believes “helps other countries a hell of a lot more than it helps us,” as he once said in reference to U.S. troop deployments in the Middle East. Don’t talk to him about international stability or global order. Other countries’ conflicts are not our problem, and there’s little we can do to solve them anyway.

It’s this thinking that guides his opposition to maintaining U.S. troops and military exercises in South Korea and continuing combat operations in Syria and Afghanistan. To this end, the president has spent the week so far hammering other members of NATO for spending too little on defense and free-riding on U.S. security guarantees. Trump probably doesn’t actually care that much about the specific 2 percent spending target that’s become such a flashpoint, but it’s a useful cudgel to bash an alliance that, in Trump’s view, “helps them a lot more than it helps us.”

So it was a little mind-blowing to hear Trump end his press conference in Brussels this morning by contradicting all of that. The answer came in response to what was, in fairness, a somewhat difficult-to-understand question from a Tunisian journalist about what the U.S. could do to help resolve conflicts in North Africa. Trump seemed to take it as a question about “Africa” as a whole (my emphasis):

We are looking for peace. Africa, as you know, is on our very strong list. But we are looking for peace. We want peace all over. We want to solve problems. We’re looking for peace. Africa right now has got problems that few people would understand. They have things going on there that nobody could believe in this room. If you see, some of the things I see through intelligence, what’s going on in Africa, it is so sad and so vicious and violent. And we want peace. We want peace for Africa. We want peace all over the world. That’s my number one goal, peace all over the world. And we’re building up a tremendous military because I really believe through strength you get peace. But, we’re going to have a military like we have never had before. We have given out orders for, you know, the best fighter jets in the world. The best ships, the best everything. But, hopefully we will never have to use them. That would be a dream. To buy the best stuff, to have the best stuff, to have the best equipment in the world, and to never have to use it would be a really great part of my dream.

Put aside for the moment that the president, who described some African nations as “sh!thole countries” in January, has reduced an entire highly diverse and varied continent to a monolith of violence and despair. (And what “very strong list” is he talking about?) What jumps out here is that Trump has spent the entire past week repeatedly arguing that the U.S. is spending too much on countries that should be helping themselves, and is now saying that the purpose of having a strong U.S. military is to “solve problems” and bring peace to the “vicious and violent” conflicts of Africa. Sending the military overseas to solve conflicts is precisely what he has repeatedly argued the U.S. should not be doing anymore.

Perhaps Trump was just ad-libbing at the end of a long press conference following a long meeting. Regardless, if this becomes a regular feature of his rhetoric, nothing coming from him will make any sense anymore.


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Total opinion piece from an emo news outlet read by an emo DC.  Emo - no rational thought.
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How Trump used his "charitable" foundation for illegal purposes--to buy things for himself, to pay personal debts, to make political contributions to his own campaign and the campaigns of others. All illegal. A former IRS attorney says he could be criminally liable. It's vintage Trump--corrupt to the bone. 

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/15/opinion/trump-foundation-new-york-attorney-general.html

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This guy is too smart for Fox News -


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Shepherd Smith is the token libtard so Fox can claim objectivity
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How Trump used his "charitable" foundation for illegal purposes--to buy things for himself, to pay personal debts, to make political contributions to his own campaign and the campaigns of others. All illegal. A former IRS attorney says he could be criminally liable. It's vintage Trump--corrupt to the bone. 

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/15/opinion/trump-foundation-new-york-attorney-general.html


Then charge him or STFU.  While you're at it, you may as well throw handcuffs on Bill and Hillary for the same thing.

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From Slate - still think this guy isn't unhinged????


For all that Donald Trump is often described as “erratic” or “unpredictable,” the basic worldview underlying his foreign policy is pretty consistent and easy to understand: He doesn’t think the U.S. should be expending resources on any initiative that he believes “helps other countries a hell of a lot more than it helps us,” as he once said in reference to U.S. troop deployments in the Middle East. Don’t talk to him about international stability or global order. Other countries’ conflicts are not our problem, and there’s little we can do to solve them anyway.

It’s this thinking that guides his opposition to maintaining U.S. troops and military exercises in South Korea and continuing combat operations in Syria and Afghanistan. To this end, the president has spent the week so far hammering other members of NATO for spending too little on defense and free-riding on U.S. security guarantees. Trump probably doesn’t actually care that much about the specific 2 percent spending target that’s become such a flashpoint, but it’s a useful cudgel to bash an alliance that, in Trump’s view, “helps them a lot more than it helps us.”

So it was a little mind-blowing to hear Trump end his press conference in Brussels this morning by contradicting all of that. The answer came in response to what was, in fairness, a somewhat difficult-to-understand question from a Tunisian journalist about what the U.S. could do to help resolve conflicts in North Africa. Trump seemed to take it as a question about “Africa” as a whole (my emphasis):

We are looking for peace. Africa, as you know, is on our very strong list. But we are looking for peace. We want peace all over. We want to solve problems. We’re looking for peace. Africa right now has got problems that few people would understand. They have things going on there that nobody could believe in this room. If you see, some of the things I see through intelligence, what’s going on in Africa, it is so sad and so vicious and violent. And we want peace. We want peace for Africa. We want peace all over the world. That’s my number one goal, peace all over the world. And we’re building up a tremendous military because I really believe through strength you get peace. But, we’re going to have a military like we have never had before. We have given out orders for, you know, the best fighter jets in the world. The best ships, the best everything. But, hopefully we will never have to use them. That would be a dream. To buy the best stuff, to have the best stuff, to have the best equipment in the world, and to never have to use it would be a really great part of my dream.

Put aside for the moment that the president, who described some African nations as “sh!thole countries” in January, has reduced an entire highly diverse and varied continent to a monolith of violence and despair. (And what “very strong list” is he talking about?) What jumps out here is that Trump has spent the entire past week repeatedly arguing that the U.S. is spending too much on countries that should be helping themselves, and is now saying that the purpose of having a strong U.S. military is to “solve problems” and bring peace to the “vicious and violent” conflicts of Africa. Sending the military overseas to solve conflicts is precisely what he has repeatedly argued the U.S. should not be doing anymore.

Perhaps Trump was just ad-libbing at the end of a long press conference following a long meeting. Regardless, if this becomes a regular feature of his rhetoric, nothing coming from him will make any sense anymore.



Trump never has any freakin' idea what he's talking about. He doesn't know the first thing about Africa, as he makes clear with this rambling, incoherent response. But go read any transcript of an interview with Trump. He rambles nonsensically--has no clue what he's talking about; rants a bit, as he always does, but makes no sense. He's got mental problems---and of course spends every minute of every day lying to promote himself.

Remember how he claimed to have solved the North Korea nuclear problem. Joke. He accomplished nothing--but Trump has no real interest in accomplishing things. His goal in meeting Kim was merely to promote himself--period. Nothing of substance was signed--zero. Pompeo went over to Pyongyang to follow up and accomplished nothing--the North Koreans accused him of making demands like a "gangster." The North Koreans were supposed to be at a meeting today about the return of Korean War remains--they didn't show. 

Trump is constantly either ranting about something, stupidly, or trying to promote himself--often he'll do both in a matter of minutes. He's an insecure gangster wannabe with mental issues. 

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Germany gets less than 20 percent of its fuel from natural gas, so natural gas from Russia does not put Germany under Russia's control. Trump just seems to have this need to blurt out insults to anybody and everybody--but Putin--and rant about whatever crosses his addled, chemically or dementia-damaged mind.

What Trump REALLY needs to do is STFU. Just STFU, man. Try listening, dude; trying being civil instead of strutting around with your tie down to your ankles and bloviating about anything and everything. Trump seems to get his jollies from trying to push people around--everybody...but Putin. The man needs to just STFU. He can't do it. This is a man that ordered fake Time magazine covers of himself and put them up in his golf clubs. This is a man with fake hair, fake tan, fake teeth and a fake persona--a classic con man. This is a man who lied, for years, about making charitable contributions. Turns out he'd made almost none--but he did use his own charitable foundation to benefit himself, which is against the law, not that breaking the law bothers Trump in the least. This is a man who scammed thousands of average Americans out of their life savings with his fake real-estate seminars. The poor saps--like others before them--had fallen for this fraudulent idea that Trump was a successful real estate developer, when the fact was he'd declared bankruptcy four times and could not build anything himself because no Western banks would lend him money any more. He was reduced to licensing his Trump brand name to others who also fell for his fraudulent image of success. Were it not for Russian mobsters investing in his properties--and if you know Russians, they are suckers for bling, real or imagined--he'd have no real estate business. This is why he is soooo thankful to Russians--one mobster to another. 

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