Liberals supprees bronto free speechPosted 2 years Ago

Bronto is being banned for supporting donald Trump. Spread the word.
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Changed ManPosted 2 years Ago

At 10/9/2016 11:11:00 PM, twocupcakes wrote:

Mrs. Clinton wants to attack the Iranians. And seeing she has moments where she isn't even mentally present, I think she is dangerous with the nuke codes. How do you feel about that cupcakes?

I think it is better than letting Saudi Barbaria get nukes, sucking up to Putin, and withdrawing from NATO.

Threaten to blast them into oblivion, then Give them $150 billion. Interesting strategy.
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DemocracyPosted 2 years Ago

At 10/10/2016 12:39:20 PM, JustJim97 wrote:
No, I'm not saying we should adopt some other system. No, I'm not with the socialist guys who pester you at every archway or intersection. Yes, the swastika looks cool. No I dont want to be shot since i dont have blonde hair and blue eyes. Right lets get down to the... rant?

Democracy is great. If all the people know what is right and act towards the best interests of society as a whole. Quite frankly they don't. Although yes, average education level is increasing, we still have people who should not hold the right to vote. This is especially and painfully obvious in Australia. Yes, we have compulsory primary and secondary education which is entirely payed for by the government as well as very easy access to tertiary education which is subsidized generously well. But not every individual takes advantage of this. Why? they would rather live off taxpayer money from Centrelink (pretty much free money for anyone too lazy to work, for more info plz just consult uncle google). This is putting a very large and negative strain on the government budget. Now when some election comes forward, these parasites would rather elect the leader who acts for their interests rather than someone who acts for the interests of the whole country. Yes they are entirely entitled to do that, but at least Hitler could have them shot (no, that is not nice, angry mustache man was a bad person).

My proposition is to only allow people who pay a certain amount of tax to vote. They are the ones contributing to society. They get to determine who gets to use that money and how they do it. Not those who just want to leech.

//endrant

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The moment Trump won the debatePosted 2 years Ago

At 10/10/2016 12:43:24 PM, TeaPatriot wrote:
It was pretty ugly in the first part I do have to say, with the lewd comments scandal Trump is going through

But this was just a knock out punch



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Ya, but did you hear what he said !Posted 2 years Ago

At 10/10/2016 11:48:42 AM, Stymie13 wrote:
At 10/10/2016 11:40:21 AM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 10/10/2016 11:35:57 AM, Stymie13 wrote:
At 10/10/2016 11:19:55 AM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 10/10/2016 11:04:50 AM, Stymie13 wrote:
While I don't necessarily disagree with the contention, one thing I've learned is that pointing out hypocrisy only leads to more examples of hypocrisy. Seeing it, recognizing it, and then being open about ones own double standards is how it is best addressed.

Ex: atracking this admin and Clinton for pulling out of Iraq in 2011 when that date was negotiated under the previous administration.

Which was an arbitrary date that Obama had no obligation to. He himself said "I said I would get us out of Iraq. I did." Not Bush said. "I said. I did."

Your point is not lost but it doesn't change the central fact that his admin set the date. A more apt criticism would be crediting Obama for withdrawing troops for Iraq when the date was negotiated by the previous admin.

An example that's more inclined with your political leanings. Bush is blamed for the 'housing crisis'. The ball was set in motion a year and a half prior to him assuming office, Dodd-frank:

http://www.forbes.com...

Bush was a clown. Obama was not forced to bow out to a puppet government that couldn't even hold off a group of militant rebels. His executive decision was to leave. Now he his executive decision is go back. Should have never left.

Again, that's a fair criticism: why restart something one bragged on stopping? Acknowledging both admin mistakes lends more credibility to ones point.

We should have never went into Iraq. We should have never ousted Sadaam. It wasn't our place, it wasn't our job, and it was a culture that the West doesn't even understand. Then this mistake was compounded by an even bigger mistake: not finishing what they started which is on Obama. And then Obama continued the mindless proccess of ousting Middle Eastern leaders, which sent the region into chaos. The next President needs to get all soldiers out, and seal the border from inbound flights fromthe ME, or stay and police the hornets nest that we created and probably never be able to leave again.
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Ya, but did you hear what he said !Posted 2 years Ago

At 10/10/2016 11:35:57 AM, Stymie13 wrote:
At 10/10/2016 11:19:55 AM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 10/10/2016 11:04:50 AM, Stymie13 wrote:
While I don't necessarily disagree with the contention, one thing I've learned is that pointing out hypocrisy only leads to more examples of hypocrisy. Seeing it, recognizing it, and then being open about ones own double standards is how it is best addressed.

Ex: atracking this admin and Clinton for pulling out of Iraq in 2011 when that date was negotiated under the previous administration.

Which was an arbitrary date that Obama had no obligation to. He himself said "I said I would get us out of Iraq. I did." Not Bush said. "I said. I did."

Your point is not lost but it doesn't change the central fact that his admin set the date. A more apt criticism would be crediting Obama for withdrawing troops for Iraq when the date was negotiated by the previous admin.

An example that's more inclined with your political leanings. Bush is blamed for the 'housing crisis'. The ball was set in motion a year and a half prior to him assuming office, Dodd-frank:

http://www.forbes.com...

Bush was a clown. Obama was not forced to bow out to a puppet government that couldn't even hold off a group of militant rebels. His executive decision was to leave. Now he his executive decision is go back. Should have never left.
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Ya, but did you hear what he said !Posted 2 years Ago

http://youtu.be...
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Ya, but did you hear what he said !Posted 2 years Ago

At 10/10/2016 11:04:50 AM, Stymie13 wrote:
While I don't necessarily disagree with the contention, one thing I've learned is that pointing out hypocrisy only leads to more examples of hypocrisy. Seeing it, recognizing it, and then being open about ones own double standards is how it is best addressed.

Ex: atracking this admin and Clinton for pulling out of Iraq in 2011 when that date was negotiated under the previous administration.

Which was an arbitrary date that Obama had no obligation to. He himself said "I said I would get us out of Iraq. I did." Not Bush said. "I said. I did."
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What will Hillary's America be like?Posted 2 years Ago

At 10/9/2016 5:03:00 AM, desmac wrote:
At 10/9/2016 2:37:32 AM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 10/8/2016 2:30:45 PM, desmac wrote:
At 10/8/2016 2:19:23 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
How to ride a trade agreement-

http://youtu.be...

In the 2 seconds of your personal video I watched, no reference was made to a trade agreement.

It looked like a trade and an agreement. Any questions?

You have still offered nothing approaching an explanation of how to ride a trade agreement.

In Clinton's case she rides it for all the money she can get out of pushing a free trade agreement that never benefits the U.S., padding those already fat pockets, and then when Trump calls her out on it, she knowing there is no way to defend it, says she never called it the "gold standard", fulling planning to back said agreement in her next 4 years in office.
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10 Reasons to vote for Donald TrumpPosted 2 years Ago

At 10/8/2016 8:20:03 PM, TBR wrote:
At 10/8/2016 7:49:00 PM, U.n wrote:
1. Trump would repeal ObamaCare and replace it with something terrific.

2. Trump will build a great wall. And nobody builds walls better than Trump. And he'll build them very inexpensively. He will build a great, great wall on our southern border, and he will make Mexico pay for that wall.

3. Trump only hires the best people.

4. Trump knows words, he has the best words.

5. Trump has the best temperament or certainly one of the best temperaments of anybody that's ever run for the office of president, ever. Because he has a winning temperament. He knows how to win.

6. If elected, Mr. Trump, unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency.

7. Trump will be the greatest jobs president that God ever created.

8. Trump's IQ is one of the highest.

9. His daughter is hot. If Ivanka wasn't Donald Trump's daughter, perhaps he'd be dating her.

10. Trump will Make America Great Again!

What 10 reasons he will never become POTUS? I think I have several hundred.

The race is lost. Lost long ago, today is just the funeral.

Hillary looks like she can barely stand. She has a 500 year 10,000 step plan for getting rid of ISIS. George Chimp Bush would have already put them on the extinct list.
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