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Fanatics will follow their leader into the grave, so no use talking to them.

 

For those still capable of rational thought, the inescapable conclusion to observing Der Trumpers words and deeds is that he is a psychopathic emotional and intellectiual 6 year-old who has the Nuclear launch codes, AND a Congress that will be okay with whatever he decides to do.

 

Can't cure his psychopathology, force him to mature or keep him away from the launch codes.

 

CAN remove the Congress that cheers him on.

 

VOTE OUT THE NRAGOP IN NOVEMBER.

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@mickstuder wrote:

 

Ha Ha Ha - Man - You're killing me

 

1. WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump referred to Haiti and African nations as "s**bleep* countries" during a meeting with a bipartisan group of senators at the White House

When the residents are fleeing a nation, what would you call it, "Heaven On Earth"?

 

According to the aide, when the group came to discussing immigration from Africa, Trump asked why America would want immigrants from "all these **bleep** countries" and that the U.S. should have more people coming in from places like Norway. 

Which would be better for America??

 

The White House issued a statement that did not deny the remark

 

Source - https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-doesnt-deny-calling-african-countries-**bleep**holes-2018-4

 

2. The publisher of a website that serves as a platform for white nationalism was a guest last weekend at the home of President Trump’s top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow.

Is it your point that the President should control guests of employees? Then there were the Obama bomber buddies Bill Ayers and Bernadette Dohrn. Guilt by association??

 

Peter Brimelow attended the gathering, a birthday bash for Kudlow, one day after a White House speechwriter was dismissed in the wake of revelations that he had spoken alongside Brimelow on a 2016 panel.

 

Source - https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trump-adviser-larry-kudlow-hosted-publisher-of-white-nationa...

 

3. Donald Trump responds to the Khan family: ‘Maybe she wasn’t allowed to have anything to say’

And????

 

Source - https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2016/07/30/donald-trump-responds-to-the-khan-family-m...

 

4. Trump has been roundly denounced, by the left and right, for saying U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel may be biased against him because of his Mexican heritage.

...and his association with a Mexican Lobbyist group that was opposing him.

 

Source - https://www.politifact.com/wisconsin/article/2016/jun/08/donald-trumps-racial-comments-about-judge-t...

 

So - keep up the phony laughing, it's all ya got.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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@Cirice wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@WebWiseWoman wrote:

As an old person (60+) I am concerned this "white" thing going on with the current admin will bring us to our knees.

 

I have no racist/sexist/econmist issues, but this #dotard seems to and if you don't agree you are lost and I'm sorry.

 

How do we survive Trump presidensy and post-Trump presidensy? Read op piece yesterday that made sense, so wondering about that more than anything...

 

Thanks!

 

#VegasStrong

 


What is this "white" thing that bothers you? The President does not deal in race, he deals in people. As a result, the economic conditions for blacks have improved amazingly right along with whites (and all people).

 

Is that a "bad thing"?


The only bad thing about it is that it's a lie.


More blacks are working, less are unemployed - what is the lie.

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@mickstuder wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@angeleyes64 wrote:
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And the rich keep getting richer.

There were three more categories. You seem to focus on the successful. Why is that?


The Same Reason Most Reasonable People Focus on Anything that doesn;t Add Up

 

Being Successful at Running a Crooked Enterprise - is not admirable

 

The Crony Capitialism Running Rampant in the Trump Administration may equate to success to you but using the USA and the Power of the US Presidency to direct business to your own Hotels and Golf Courses - Using the USA and the Power of the US Presidency to get 500 million in loans for your Son in Law from the same people you are negotiating US Domestic & Foreign Policy with is not admirable

 

 


If there was anything "crooked" in his businesses you'd think that there are laws to deal that rather than vague innuendos by a Trump hater. 

 

No - I believe it is a matter of an underlying envy/hatred of the more successful.

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The only "successful" people in America since 1980 are those who landed a position that can determine how profits are distributed, which is basically all of senior management. They did not become 300% smarter, put in 300% more hours or work $300% harder.

 

All they did was keep the money their predecessors from 1936 until 1980 gave to the workers and instead use it to raised their own PAY by 300%. No skill or intelligence or innovation increases required.

 

The only "genius move" by the managers was to get the workers think it was all because of "Globalization" or "Automation", which they didn't even have to explain because IT SOUNDED SO GOOD it became Republican dogma.


There are many, many people out there making a good living, supporting their families, and contributing to the overall good of the nation. They come in two categories, one is those who are on board with the needs of the modern work environment. The other is those who have learned a trade - there is a great need for such people today.

 

And none of them are in a position to "divide profits".

 

BTW - you specified 1980. Is that part of your normal meme of blaming everything on the Reagan tax cuts or are you trying to make people forget that the income "leveling" began in the '70s?

 

BTW(2) - globalization and automation are not Republican dogma - they are reality.

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@rk9152 wrote:

@WebWiseWoman wrote:

As an old person (60+) I am concerned this "white" thing going on with the current admin will bring us to our knees.

 

I have no racist/sexist/econmist issues, but this #dotard seems to and if you don't agree you are lost and I'm sorry.

 

How do we survive Trump presidensy and post-Trump presidensy? Read op piece yesterday that made sense, so wondering about that more than anything...

 

Thanks!

 

#VegasStrong

 


What is this "white" thing that bothers you? The President does not deal in race, he deals in people. As a result, the economic conditions for blacks have improved amazingly right along with whites (and all people).

 

Is that a "bad thing"?


The President does not deal in race, he deals in people

 

Ha Ha Ha - Man - You're killing me

 

1. WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump referred to Haiti and African nations as "s**bleep* countries" during a meeting with a bipartisan group of senators at the White House

 

According to the aide, when the group came to discussing immigration from Africa, Trump asked why America would want immigrants from "all these **bleep** countries" and that the U.S. should have more people coming in from places like Norway. 

 

The White House issued a statement that did not deny the remark

 

Source - https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-doesnt-deny-calling-african-countries-**bleep**holes-2018-4

 

2. The publisher of a website that serves as a platform for white nationalism was a guest last weekend at the home of President Trump’s top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow.

 

Peter Brimelow attended the gathering, a birthday bash for Kudlow, one day after a White House speechwriter was dismissed in the wake of revelations that he had spoken alongside Brimelow on a 2016 panel.

 

Source - https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trump-adviser-larry-kudlow-hosted-publisher-of-white-nationa...

 

3. Donald Trump responds to the Khan family: ‘Maybe she wasn’t allowed to have anything to say’

 

Source - https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2016/07/30/donald-trump-responds-to-the-khan-family-m...

 

4. Trump has been roundly denounced, by the left and right, for saying U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel may be biased against him because of his Mexican heritage.

 

Source - https://www.politifact.com/wisconsin/article/2016/jun/08/donald-trumps-racial-comments-about-judge-t...

 

 

 

 

 

 

( " China if You're Listening - Get Trumps Tax Returns " )

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@rk9152 wrote:

@WebWiseWoman wrote:

As an old person (60+) I am concerned this "white" thing going on with the current admin will bring us to our knees.

 

I have no racist/sexist/econmist issues, but this #dotard seems to and if you don't agree you are lost and I'm sorry.

 

How do we survive Trump presidensy and post-Trump presidensy? Read op piece yesterday that made sense, so wondering about that more than anything...

 

Thanks!

 

#VegasStrong

 


What is this "white" thing that bothers you? The President does not deal in race, he deals in people. As a result, the economic conditions for blacks have improved amazingly right along with whites (and all people).

 

Is that a "bad thing"?


The only bad thing about it is that it's a lie.

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@rk9152 wrote:

@angeleyes64 wrote:
@mickstuder

And the rich keep getting richer.

There were three more categories. You seem to focus on the successful. Why is that?


The Same Reason Most Reasonable People Focus on Anything that doesn;t Add Up

 

Being Successful at Running a Crooked Enterprise - is not admirable

 

The Crony Capitialism Running Rampant in the Trump Administration may equate to success to you but using the USA and the Power of the US Presidency to direct business to your own Hotels and Golf Courses - Using the USA and the Power of the US Presidency to get 500 million in loans for your Son in Law from the same people you are negotiating US Domestic & Foreign Policy with is not admirable

 

 

( " China if You're Listening - Get Trumps Tax Returns " )

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RE: “The president does not deal with race, he deals with people.” Tell the blacks whom he has denigrated and the datker skinned people (for example) Puerto Rico) that. 

Tell that garbage to the White Nationalists, KKK members, and the bottom feeding Alt. Right—all who feel empowered because trump’s ravism is well known.

As the HYENA tries desperately to dispower ANYONE who is not lilly white, he does his best to empower the RACIST PIGS WHO ARE WHITE. 

trump’s base—such liars, so blind to the truth, allowing this animal to do so much damage to the country they ONLY PROFESS to love.

What they really love is WHITE SUPREMACY—just like the racist they embrace.

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!

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The only "successful" people in America since 1980 are those who landed a position that can determine how profits are distributed, which is basically all of senior management. They did not become 300% smarter, put in 300% more hours or work $300% harder.

 

All they did was keep the money their predecessors from 1936 until 1980 gave to the workers and instead use it to raised their own PAY by 300%. No skill or intelligence or innovation increases required.

 

The only "genius move" by the managers was to get the workers think it was all because of "Globalization" or "Automation", which they didn't even have to explain because IT SOUNDED SO GOOD it became Republican dogma.

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