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rk9152 wrote:

I can't see why this deserves an additional topic, but here we are.

 

Think about the nations he was talking about - are they not dysfunctional? Are they not able to feed and protect their citizens? Are they not places that the citizens are fleeing?

 

Now, you might prefer alternate phraseology however, was his thinking  not accurate?


Trump used a gross and crass term in a way that even gave it racial overtones.  If nothing else it was not 'presidential'.  Yet trump cult members and those of the Alt-Right desperately try to defend what he said. It just ain't workin' .............


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As to Dems not interested in his meaning but using his colorful phraseology to attack him, we now have Dick Durbin ranting about arguing against "chain migration" being offensive to blacks because their ancestors came in chains.

 

It appears that reality has little meaning to the "Resistance".


Back to the subject. He made the comment per Reb. Senator Graham. No one has said he did not. Fox gave the marching orders last night to followers to use the approach you use.

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As to Dems not interested in his meaning but using his colorful phraseology to attack him, we now have Dick Durbin ranting about arguing against "chain migration" being offensive to blacks because their ancestors came in chains.

 

It appears that reality has little meaning to the "Resistance".

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Liddle donnie got confused - again - and mistakenly - and inadvertently - in an extremely rare moment of truthfullness - described his supporters and followers...

 

No wonder he's trying to deny having been truthful...

 

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I can't see why this deserves an additional topic, but here we are.

 

Think about the nations he was talking about - are they not dysfunctional? Are they not able to feed and protect their citizens? Are they not places that the citizens are fleeing?

 

Now, you might prefer alternate phraseology however, was his thinking  not accurate?

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I hope even Trump's base will someday look at this moron and say "we're better than THIS"

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From a MoC, Utah:   

Washington • Rep. Mia Love, a Utah Republican and the only Haitian-American in Congress, called on President Donald Trump to apologize Thursday after reports said he questioned why the United States was allowing immigrants from “s---hole countries” like Haiti, El Salvador and African nations.

“The president’[s] comments are unkind, divisive, elitist, and fly in the face of our nation’s values,” Love said in a statement, noting that her parents, Mary and Jean Maxime Bourdeau, emigrated from Haiti and made their home in America. “This behavior is unacceptable from the leader of our nation.”

Her parents, she said, took an oath to their adopted country and “took on the responsibilities of everything that being a citizen comes with.”

 

“They never took a thing from our federal government,” she added. “They worked hard, paid taxes, and rose from nothing to take care of and provide opportunities for their children. They taught their children to do the same. That’s the American Dream. The president must apologize to both the American people and the nations he so wantonly maligned.”

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ChasKy53 wrote:

Now Trump,  the 'Liar-In Chief',  denies making his "BLEEPHOLE" comment about African countries. Deny it and it's not true is his motto. Deny it and it will go away. Some Right Wing posters here seem to be of the same persuasion.

 

The Extreme Right Wing here has been rather silent on the "bleephole" statement that Trump made. Now that Trump has denied it, they will likely say that everyone was lying about Trump saying it.

 

Reality is closing in on Trump. Everyone knows what he said and what he meant by it. If the Republicans stand behind Trump on this it will hurt them in this fall's elections, and rightfully so. Trump denying what he said will not make it go away.


Hey - in trump's mind - he may well be certain that he can deny it and everyone will believe his denial, and accept it as fact...

Too bad he's dead freakin' wrong...

 


I gotta' wonder if anyone on the Right here is foolish enough to think that he really didn't say it.  I wonder if they are foolish enough to admit that he said it yet it is OK that he denies saying it. How can they support this buffoon ??????

 

It's an interesting question, the answer to which varies from individual to individual - some are clearly bone-deep stupid, and others are plainly every bit as deliberately and maliciously evil as trump...

 

 

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ChasKy53 wrote:

Now Trump,  the 'Liar-In Chief',  denies making his "BLEEPHOLE" comment about African countries. Deny it and it's not true is his motto. Deny it and it will go away. Some Right Wing posters here seem to be of the same persuasion.

 

The Extreme Right Wing here has been rather silent on the "bleephole" statement that Trump made. Now that Trump has denied it, they will likely say that everyone was lying about Trump saying it.

 

Reality is closing in on Trump. Everyone knows what he said and what he meant by it. If the Republicans stand behind Trump on this it will hurt them in this fall's elections, and rightfully so. Trump denying what he said will not make it go away.


Hey - in trump's mind - he may well be certain that he can deny it and everyone will believe his denial, and accept it as fact...

Too bad he's dead freakin' wrong...

 


I gotta' wonder if anyone on the Right here is foolish enough to think that he really didn't say it.  I wonder if they are foolish enough to admit that he said it yet it is OK that he denies saying it. How can they support this buffoon ??????


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ChasKy53 wrote:

Now Trump,  the 'Liar-In Chief',  denies making his "BLEEPHOLE" comment about African countries. Deny it and it's not true is his motto. Deny it and it will go away. Some Right Wing posters here seem to be of the same persuasion.

 

The Extreme Right Wing here has been rather silent on the "bleephole" statement that Trump made. Now that Trump has denied it, they will likely say that everyone was lying about Trump saying it.

 

Reality is closing in on Trump. Everyone knows what he said and what he meant by it. If the Republicans stand behind Trump on this it will hurt them in this fall's elections, and rightfully so. Trump denying what he said will not make it go away.


Hey - in trump's mind - he may well be certain that he can deny it and everyone will believe his denial, and accept it as fact...

Too bad he's dead freakin' wrong...

 

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