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Posted in: Trump helped parents shield millions from taxes: New York Times See in context

Liberals act like Trump himself sits down with a pencil and a calculator and does all this. There are obviously paid, licensed professionals who do this

Lol! Are you suggesting the accountants the Trump clan hired were acting of their own accord? ;)

 the IRS accepted the documents based on the laws when they were submitted and there is a statute of limitations.

Of course there is a statute of limitations, lucky for Trump, but he still faces fines and penalties. Does the fact that he can't be charged, not because he's innocent, but rather the statute of limitations has run out, make you feel better? Personally, I find that it speaks very poorly of Donny's character.

When did The NY Times reporters become tax accountants?

Now you're just being silly. Let's extend this logic to about anything: When did NYT become professional athletes? When did NYT become politicians? When did they become doctors? When did NYT become botanists? ;)

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Posted in: Trump: Heads of state 'were laughing with me,' not at me See in context

 A gibbon would do better in office than the politicians on offer.

Patently false. The orangutan in office is proof of that. Short of flinging poo at zoo visitors, he's nothing. Can't organize, can't think strategically. A small, embarrassing "man."

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Posted in: Trump: Heads of state 'were laughing with me,' not at me See in context

He can gut the Dept. of Education, while his detractors rant about his grammatical skills. 

Sure, fire off another EO. Most of these "serious" changes you speak of are done through executive order, and will quickly be changed along with the inarticulate bum.

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Posted in: Trump: Heads of state 'were laughing with me,' not at me See in context

You guys actually make him look smarter.

Totally. ;) Trump looks very smart, has he mastered two-syllable words yet?

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Posted in: Trump, Iran's Rouhani exchange threats, insults on U.N.'s world stage See in context

Look how that turned out.

About as badly as could was predicted. Who could have guessed electing an inarticulate moron would have turned out poorly?

Only insecure school-children worry about being laughed at.

Glad we can both agree that Donny is just a angsty schoolboy. Look at him sulking :D 1:49. Who cares if people laugh at you, right? ;)


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Posted in: Don't rip Britain apart, May appeals to fellow EU leaders on Brexit See in context

I think this is quite sad, but it seems that it is the Northern Irish who want to stay in the UK rather than English people wanting them to stay.

Obviously you didn't bother reading the title. May apparently wants a whole United Kingdom.

And I hope it tears the Kingdom apart, enjoy your crow, Teresa.

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Posted in: Pence: I'm confident no one on my staff wrote the NYT column See in context

But you don’t know if this person was a Republican or a Democrat, man or woman because their anonymous....ahem.....

They're. I'll take they're *word on it, unless you can give me a reason to believe they are not Trump administration officials.

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Posted in: Trump wants Justice Dept to unmask author of New York Times opinion piece See in context

Good idea. Then maybe we can have the justice department release fatty's tax returns. Transparency is a virtue, right fatty?

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Posted in: Twitter permanently bans far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones See in context

Loving the feigned outrage by the righties here. On the one hand you gladly remind folks that the NFL has the right to force players to stand for the national anthem, but at the same time seem to think twitter banning Jones is a violation of his right to free speech. What gives?

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Posted in: Kaepernick ads spark boycott calls, but Nike is seen as winning in the end See in context

if I were Nike's competitors, I'd be releasing shoes/apparel that had Stars & Stripes designs.

Well now you're just being disrespectful to our flag. Very selective on when and how you respect the flag.

That would be the final nail in Nike's coffin.

They'd certainly lock down the angry white man vote.

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Posted in: Kaepernick ads spark boycott calls, but Nike is seen as winning in the end See in context

Go check out the today's closings for Starbucks,

Closed up. finance.yahoo.com/quote/SBUX


Also closed up, just off the 52-week high. search.yahoo.com/search?p=TGT&fr=uh3_finance_vert&fr2=p%3Afinvsrp%2Cm%3Asb&.tsrc=fin-srch

Sam's Sporting Goods, etc.

Dicks? I think you mean Dick's Sporting Goods- also closed up.


, that all are still paying the price for making the corporate

Paying bigly, sitting on near record highs. ;) .

Also, compare the number of their franchises. All of them have had to close their doors (predominantly in liberal controlled states, btw) to keep from going belly up.*

What?! Lololololol They had to close shops in predominately liberal states, because of angry conservatives boycotting their stores? That makes 0 sense. Why wouldn't they close shop in conservative areas where they were being boycotted? Come on, I don't even think you believe this hooey.

 haven’t bought any in years. I don’t buy really anything from Nike and I won’t, especially now

Oooohhhhh I'm sure you're continuing to not buy from them is really gonna put a hurt to them. Way to fight the man, man! ;)

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Posted in: Kaepernick ads spark boycott calls, but Nike is seen as winning in the end See in context

“Stockholders” did.

No they didn't, not unless they sold today.

Oh unless you are recommending they keep it and lose another 3 billion tomorrow.

Absolutely. The fundamentals are unchanged, perfect time to buy.

that stock is toxic now.

lololololol No its not. Right wingers have the attention span of a small child, they'll soon move on to boycotting the next company that hurts their fragile feelings. ;)

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Posted in: Kaepernick ads spark boycott calls, but Nike is seen as winning in the end See in context

A $3 billion loss in one day just to be politically correct? How stupid can you be?

About as stupid as someone thinking a stock price dropping in one day means anything of significance. It'll be right back up in no time. Buy on the dip.

I wound up making many thousands of dollars today.

I'll bet you did. Ride it all the way down to zero. ;)

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Posted in: Obama, Meghan McCain rebuke Trump in tribute to fallen senator See in context

Funerals shouldn't be about people who aren't there.

About people who aren't there? lolololololol Who was it about, Trump? How many time's was Donny's name mentioned? Guilty conscious, I suppose.

I can't wait to send balloons to the clown's funeral.

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Posted in: Trump, Sessions approved of Putin meeting proposal: former campaign adviser See in context

Taking a follow-the-money approach it could be much of the money comes from the hidden piles that have been laundered for Trump's 'foreign' financial and political backers, those who've paid cash to buy properties from him.

Or the inauguration slush fund. Or a combination there of. Where did that money go? https://www.google.co.jp/amp/s/amp.usatoday.com/amp/1043804001

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Posted in: Trump warns of violence if Republicans lose fall elections See in context

He has been excluded because he is not a part of the swamp.

Lol Sure. He's not part of the swamp, he is the swamp. Pure swamp.

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Posted in: Trump warns of violence if Republicans lose fall elections See in context

The term globalist is commonly used to refer to policies or people who advocate globalization.

Would that include real estate magnates with property around the globe? How about right wing politicians hawking "anti-globalist" paraphernalia made in China? Asking for a friend.

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Posted in: Trump says China making things 'much more difficult' with N Korea See in context

Leaning on China to deal with North Korea, whilst simultaneously ratcheting slapping them with tariffs was some real 3d chess. Brilliant move, Trump.

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Posted in: Trump, under pressure to honor McCain, orders flags to half-staff See in context

Then McCain was the one calling him a dictator and calling his supporters crazy. So Trump just has to let McCain jump all over him insult him and just take it? That’s just not going to happen. McCain started it and Trump finished it.

And before that Trump claimed he wasn't a hero. He TRASHED his service. Cowardly Donny, the fatty who took 5 draft deferments, trashed McCain for having the gall the to publicly disagree with Trump's characterization of Mexicans. OMG!!! He disagreed with Trump, so Trump should trash his service? Classless.


Oh, stop! If Trump was overly sincere and sweet as apples everyone would have said, Trump is faking it. No one on the left would’ve said, the President was so kind and gracious, he did the right thing, the left would’ve found something to complain about.

Oh Stop! Trump should have apologized. He didn't. He doesn't. Because he is a narcissist and a coward. Hypothetical scenarios are all you have, the sad reality is Trump is trash.

I don’t think so, Trump is President and is still alive

For now. If I were in office, I wouldn't ever lower the flag for Donny, the 5 time draft dodger.

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Posted in: Trump, under pressure to honor McCain, orders flags to half-staff See in context

He didn’t, the media is doing that

Baloney. Trump's released the statement and the media reported it.

. What was Trump supposed to do? Pretend he liked McCain?

Oh, I don't know? He should have never trashed McCain's service? Apologize for what he said and take it? Not be so petty as to order the flag raised back to full staff.

Why doesn't Trump ever apologize? Is somehow beneath the president?

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Posted in: Trump, under pressure to honor McCain, orders flags to half-staff See in context

Trump's latest tweet is telling:

Despite our differences on policy and politics, I respect Senator John McCain’s service to our country and, in his honor, have signed a proclamation to fly the flag of the United States at half-staff until the day of his interment.

Notice the correct grammar and punctuation and lack of random capitalization. The adults have clearly seized his phone again.

It doesn't appear this was a tweet. This appears to be a statement prepared by whitehouse staffers.

It never ceases to amaze me how even mourning the death of a Semator, Donny has to make himself the center of attention. Is it too much to ask to just make a statement McCain's service and declaring all flags at half-staff?

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Posted in: Trump, under pressure to honor McCain, orders flags to half-staff See in context

The flag was lowered for a period of time and condolences were given to the family.

What, a couple of hours? That's a period of time? Lol

That’s more than enough considering McCain’s disrespect to the President in this “final message” and the funeral arrangements.

Can you blame them?! I wouldn't want to be eulogized by such an inarticulate moron. Especially after throwing in Trump's narcissism and denigration of McCain's service.

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Posted in: U.S. Senator John McCain dead at 81 See in context

McCain and the Democrats did a great disservice to the nation by voting against the repeal of Obamacare. .

Totally Serrano, let's kill all the poor people. Hey Serrano, what was Donny's solution? Oh, right.. Hahaha hahaha

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Posted in: Veteran U.S. Senator McCain ends cancer treatment See in context

Saying things like "I never thought he was a real conservative" etc. on this article about McCain ending his cancer treatment is like commenting on saying "I never cared for her music" on an article about Aretha Franklin's death; Not the flipping point. You may not have liked her music, and you may not like McCain's policies, but is it really the place to make such comments? I think not, but whatever- keep showing how little a person you can really be.

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Posted in: Man charged in Iowa college student's murder in U.S. legally: attorneys See in context

People, yes, solid source of journalistic integrity

Careful, Bass. Do you of all posters want to criticize people's sources? Shall we have a look at some of the garbage sources you link?

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Posted in: Cohen testifies Trump told him to commit crime by paying off women See in context

No, I’m saying it’s full corruption because it is.

There is 0 proof of that, read the IG report. It made very clear that while Strzok's text's were unprofessional, there was no proof of bias.

Yeah, tell that to Martha Stewart, Bob Blogovitch, Flynn, Manafort, Kristian Saucier, Susan McDougal, Nakoula Basseley Nakoula Just to name a few, ask them what they think about the Justice system, they would say something completely different.

"Just to name a few." lol You have no idea what you are talking about. It isn't Bob Blagojevich, it's Rod Blagojevich, Former Democrat governor of Illinois. After being caught on tape attempting to auction off Obama's vacated Senate seat. Not only was he convicted in a court of law, he was also impeached nearly unanimously by a Democrat controlled Senate. "Blago" is a crook who got what he deserved, full stop.

Nakoula Basseley Nakoula

You mean the fraudster who pleaded no contest to using fake names and stolen social security numbers?


Manafort was just convicted in a court of law administered by a Republican appointed judge? Not good enough? What would be good enough for you?

Why should we ask this criminals how they view the justice system? Hilarious stuff, Bass. 10/10

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Posted in: Trump, White House deny wrongdoing after Cohen plea deal See in context

Yes, you are right, but the crime being an impeachable offense is far, far more difficult to prove and Mueller knows it. I give the guy credit, got a lot of tenacity.

You keep mentioning "impeachable crime." What is an "impeachable crime," and where did you get this legal "concept" from?

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Posted in: Trump worries that Mueller interview could be a 'perjury trap' See in context

All you have to do is mis-remember a minor event from several years previous, and you can be facing perjury charges and several years in prison

Nonsense. Not only did he make false statements, he did so intentionally. And that was proven in a court of law.

Let's just have a look at the justice department guidelines:


The third element of a perjury offense is proof of specific intent, that is, that the defendant made the false statement with knowledge of its falsity, rather than as a result of confusion, 

Why would Donny lie? What would a virtuous man like Donald have to lie about?

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Posted in: Trump revokes ex-CIA chief's security clearance, evaluating other critics See in context

Good move.

Amen, Brother! Who does Brennan think he is? No one should be allowed to criticize the president.

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Posted in: Trump revokes ex-CIA chief's security clearance, evaluating other critics See in context

Im sure this move has nothing to do with the Omarosa tapes, no no. :D

Petulant man-baby.

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