Anyone here that still thinks Trump should be President of the States?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by dahldrin, Jul 31, 2016.

  1. This thread gives me cancer. Not sure what the OP thought would be gained by starting off blasting one side of the presidential race.
  2. tell us why you are voting for trump you scum
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  3. Thai
    or was the other way round lol
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  4. lol we weren't debating really. :cool:

    Yeah, the fact someone born with a penis thinks they should have been born with a vagina is a pretty clear sign they may have some sort of disorder. It's not natural to want to reject normal body parts you're born with.
  5. You know who is the scum? the one who is a libtard or/and a socialist
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  6. Listen dingbat, you seem to have a short or/and fucked up memory, so let me remember you some things
    Anyone who prefers illegals to his own people and people who deal with terrorist is full of shit, unamerican and has nothing to do in the US. Patriotism is not racism, if you believe so then you are a sell out and a fucking idiot.
  7. EXACTLY. Just clicking the first link proves my point. You're a gullible twit. You do zero fact checking on anything that conforms to your world view. The author of that book, Gary Byrne, was a glorified rent-a-cop who didn't have nearly the access he claimed. You ever been to DC and visited the landmarks? You ever see those uniformed security personnel standing outside? That was him.
    The author of a new tell-all book about Hillary Clinton could never have seen any of what he claims — he was too low-ranking — say several high-level members of Secret Service presidential details, including the president of the Association of Former Agents of the United States Secret Service.

    On Tuesday, AFAUSSS, which is strictly nonpartisan, is set to release a statement blasting Gary Byrne author of “Crisis in Character,” saying members “strongly denounce” the book, which they add has made security harder by eroding the trust between agents and the people they protect.

    “There is no place for any self-moralizing narratives, particularly those with an underlying motive,” reads the statement from the group’s board of directors, which says Byrne has politics and profit on his mind.

    AFAUSSS rarely issues public statements of any kind.

    The book has rankled current and former members of the Secret Service, who don’t like anyone airing their business in public — but who also take issue with Byrne inflating his role. Byrne was a uniformed officer in Bill Clinton’s White House. But that’s the lowest level of protection within the White House and around the president.

    People familiar with West Wing security laugh at the idea that Byrne or any uniformed officer ever would have walked in on Bill Clinton anywhere, whether in a meeting or, as a New York Post article over the weekend claims, in the middle of a make-out session in the Map Room with the late daughter of former Vice President Walter Mondale. The Secret Service presidential detail would have stopped him. (That affair was a well-worn rumor during the Clinton years, though strongly denied by Eleanor Mondale, who died of brain cancer in 2011.)

    “The inner perimeter is 100 percent controlled by the presidential protective division,” said a former supervisor of the presidential protective division, who asked not to be identified by name.

    And if Byrne or any uniformed officer had been posted near a room the president entered, he would have been moved at least 15 yards away, to the outer edges of the security bubble — not quite what Byrne describes in his book: “I stood guard, pistol at my hip, outside the Oval Office, the last barrier before anyone saw Bill Clinton,” according to the Post, which has been teasing excerpts of the book.

    “Operationally, one who has the working knowledge of how things are done there would realize that certain of those statements do not coincide with the operational plan,” said Jan Gilhooly, AFAUSSS president and a 29-year Secret Service veteran.

    The group’s statement, which POLITICO obtained in advance of its release, very carefully calls Byrne a liar.

    “One must question the veracity and content of any book which implies that its author played such an integral part of so many [claimed] incidents. Any critique of management by one who has never managed personnel or programs resounds hollow. Additionally, why would an employee wait in excess of ten years after terminating his employment with the Service to make his allegations public?” it reads.

    The closest contact that Byrne could have had, according to Gilhooly and others, is seeing the president or the first lady pass in the hallway — far from the intimate access he would have needed to catch Bill Clinton in the act or see Hillary Clinton fly into the cursing rages he now writes have convinced him that she doesn’t have the “integrity and temperament” to be president.

    I certainly don't need a lesson on patriotism from some gullible, simple-minded knuckle dragger.
  8. I'm not afraid of this "Moo"

    Bring it on b1tchslet, let's fite
  9. Let's do it
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  10. R U sure u wanna wrestle a HIPPO

    U gonna get crushed
  11. It's a hippo on drugs, I may stand a chance!
  12. Don't anger the moo. You wouldn't like it when it's angry. maxresdefault.jpg
  13. I'll bet 100 Canadian bucks that Moo crushes Hippo.
  14. This is so awkward, haha
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  15. Anyone got a link for a live stream of this fight?
  16. I'll bet 100 bucks it's gonna end up sharing vodak and watching the We Love Russia youtube series.
    Before going to the map dungeon in a concrete sealed bunker where we roleplay Hitler on how he should have done it. He did have the means and tech to do it, after all.
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  17. Would end up all like:

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  18. loolz, "no blecks lyke Trump. Except this won don't count we just make it disoppear."
  19. I get the feeling that most people in the US don't really understand what Socialism is.
  20. I think most were trained in the 80s to have a kneejerk negative reaction to it
    'we dont do that, thats what the enemy does'
  21. I don't know what socialism is.

    Edit: Besides it being a word that is randomly used to define a huge variety of sometimes vaguely defined economic and political systems. Like anything between North Korea and Sweden and beyond.
  22. You are correct.

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