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  posted on 10/2/2019 at 11:56 AM

You sound like an old married couple

 

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  posted on 10/2/2019 at 12:42 PM
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Don't think, even for a moment you will ever be in a position to tell me what to do.


Where did I tell you what to do? Do you speak for half the country or do we all speak for ourselves? You are one defensive dude. I'll move on.

 

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  posted on 10/2/2019 at 12:46 PM
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And the other half of the Country does not understand how anyone can Vote in line with Democratic ideals and values. Period.


Putting our differences aside for a moment, I have a very sincere and genuine question for you....have Democratic policies ever hurt you in your personal life, or caused some sort of damage? If it has, I'd like to learn about it. Maybe I'm not realizing something.

 

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  posted on 10/2/2019 at 12:52 PM
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You are one defensive dude. I'll move on.


Before you move on, could you maybe get us back on track to my question of looking at Trump objectively w/o party affiliation or scared Congressman or labels - just Don Doe who spouts off about moats w/gators & shooting migrants in the legs to slow them down & openly asks a foreign leader for dirt on his political rival - am I the only one who thinks he is unfit to be president? Thanks.

 

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  posted on 10/2/2019 at 01:51 PM
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have Democratic policies ever hurt you in your personal life, or caused some sort of damage?


Damage?..No. But having been and continuing to be a working man, I deeply resent the answer for everything to be the Democratic principle of raising Taxes to support those who can not or more importantly to "those who will not work"......Also, the Democratic conclusion that ALL Illegal immigrants are just looking for a "better life" and that WE should shoulder that cost.

It is my money, if I decide to donate it, that is my choice. Do not reach into MY wallet under the pretense that there are people out there who need help. There are soooo many other "sticky" Democratic points; for the purpose of this question, I am vehemently opposed to the diffusion of wealth.

Work harder.
Finish School.
Create your own opportunities.

Imho, any argument against the three points I've listed above strengthens my feelings against The Democratic Party, so please do not counter with such Liberal catch phrases as "White Privilege" or "Not everyone has the same contingencies"....I am without any elaboration,... not buying. There are simply way too many success stories pertaining to people who make the choice to overcome.

A question for you-----"Why are you not a Libertarian or a Republican"?
( I do not care )

Do you understand now?

Add, I am not in the least puzzled by your party affiliation, nor do I have any interest in swaying your opinion about such, which seems to be in complete contrast to your attempts at "communication"....It would appear you've no patience for an opinion that differs from yours.....Your argument as presented is that I am criticizing a "Group" of people and your measured response is to chastise me for having done so.

Interesting math.

 

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  posted on 10/2/2019 at 02:04 PM
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Before you move on, could you maybe get us back on track to my question of looking at Trump objectively w/o party affiliation or scared Congressman or labels - just Don Doe who spouts off about moats w/gators & shooting migrants in the legs to slow them down & openly asks a foreign leader for dirt on his political rival - am I the only one who thinks he is unfit to be president? Thanks.


Not sure if you meant that for me or not, but I am certainly in your corner. But I think his supporters agree with you, but they just don't care because he's fighting their fight, which is more important than whether he meets the qualifications. You have to understand that this is the fight of their lifetime.

 

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  posted on 10/2/2019 at 03:18 PM
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Damage?..No. But having been and continuing to be a working man, I deeply resent the answer for everything to be the Democratic principle of raising Taxes to support those who can not or more importantly to "those who will not work"......Also, the Democratic conclusion that ALL Illegal immigrants are just looking for a "better life" and that WE should shoulder that cost.

It is my money, if I decide to donate it, that is my choice. Do not reach into MY wallet under the pretense that there are people out there who need help. There are soooo many other "sticky" Democratic points; for the purpose of this question, I am vehemently opposed to the diffusion of wealth.

Work harder.
Finish School.
Create your own opportunities.


So then it sounds like your concerns are largely financial, and that's certainly understandable.

 

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  posted on 10/2/2019 at 04:00 PM
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Not sure if you meant that for me or not, but I am certainly in your corner.

Yes, skydog, it was meant for you. I'm trying to put his party, his supporters, everything aside & just say doesn't this guy w/these illegal & mindblowing words & actions seem ---- well, not mentally fit for the presidency?

Glad to know there are 2 of us who think so.

Were he anywhere other than the Oval Office spouting about gators in moats & shooting people in the leg so they can't run fast I think someone would be dialing 911 fairly quickly.


 

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. . .doesn't this guy w/these illegal & mindblowing words & actions seem ---- well, not mentally fit for the presidency?


I wouldn't trust him to babysit my kid for an hour, let alone watch over the country. Trump would clearly fail the DOD psychological testing and background integrity checks required of anyone working with or around our nuclear arsenal, down to the janitors and cafeteria workers - and this clown can hit the button.

He is crazy, and everyone who follows him is crazy. Kookoo for koko puffs.

 

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  posted on 10/2/2019 at 04:24 PM
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. . .doesn't this guy w/these illegal & mindblowing words & actions seem ---- well, not mentally fit for the presidency?


I wouldn't trust him to babysit my kid for an hour, let alone watch over the country. Trump would clearly fail the DOD psychological testing and background integrity checks required of anyone working with or around our nuclear arsenal, down to the janitors and cafeteria workers - and this clown can hit the button.

He is crazy, and everyone who follows him is crazy. Kookoo for koko puffs.


Interesting, my unsolicited advice is "Don't Vote for him".

 

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Interesting, my unsolicited advice is "Don't Vote for him".


I think I had that figured out by now, but thanks for the wisdom.



 

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Crazy is an understatement....He's also growing ever more desperate as can be seen by the lashing out with what seems to me to be just stupid excuses and deflection attempts by blaming everyone but himself for the mess he's created for himself. Case in point was the craziness from today in the oval office.

What is as equally bizarre as the President's behavior is the lengths the people around him will go to protect him. What is it about this guy that makes people believe the oh so obvious con he's playing? If it smells and tastes like dog sh*t, it probably is. Why can't his supporters smell it too?

 

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  posted on 10/2/2019 at 06:33 PM
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I wouldn't trust him to babysit my kid for an hour, let alone watch over the country.

Great so I'm not alone in thinking the man - regardless of party affiliation - is not fit for office.

Although I've thought the 25th amendment should've been invoked the day after his inauguration, there is a new possibility w/the Ukraine quid pro quo - he may have torpedoed his eligibility to be a candidate in 2020 by tampering w/that election.




 

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I wouldn't trust him to babysit my kid for an hour, let alone watch over the country.

Great so I'm not alone in thinking the man - regardless of party affiliation - is not fit for office.

Although I've thought the 25th amendment should've been invoked the day after his inauguration, there is a new possibility w/the Ukraine quid pro quo - he may have torpedoed his eligibility to be a candidate in 2020 by tampering w/that election.






I wonder if there are some Republicans within the party hierarchy that have reached the limit with this crook and are thinking they could just vote to impeach this nut job and take their chances with Mike Pence for the rest of this term. For the sake of the future of the Republican party mind you and not necessarily for the country.

But then again, if the most recent reporting is true, Pence may well be up to his neck in this Ukraine thing too....

 

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I wonder if there are some Republicans within the party hierarchy that have reached the limit with this crook and are thinking they could just vote to impeach this nut job and take their chances with Mike Pence for the rest of this term.


You do understand what Impeachment is.......?

 

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Crazy is an understatement....He's also growing ever more desperate as can be seen by the lashing out with what seems to me to be just stupid excuses and deflection attempts by blaming everyone but himself for the mess he's created for himself. Case in point was the craziness from today in the oval office.

What is as equally bizarre as the President's behavior is the lengths the people around him will go to protect him. What is it about this guy that makes people believe the oh so obvious con he's playing? If it smells and tastes like dog sh*t, it probably is. Why can't his supporters smell it too?


No doubt why they hooked their horse to that wagon and didn't cut the reins long ago is again beyond me...He's useless, doesn't care about anything but himself and controlling the news cycle

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I wouldn't trust him to babysit my kid for an hour, let alone watch over the country.

Great so I'm not alone in thinking the man - regardless of party affiliation - is not fit for office.

Although I've thought the 25th amendment should've been invoked the day after his inauguration, there is a new possibility w/the Ukraine quid pro quo - he may have torpedoed his eligibility to be a candidate in 2020 by tampering w/that election.



There's many who agree with you...There's at least one we know who claims to have not voted for him but seems unfazed by the total corruption on top of the obvious personality issues and working against our allies

It makes me wonder whose families fought in WWII and are just OK with crapping on our allies while kissing up to Putin, Kim and Saudi Arabia and looking for ways to corrupt our next election...oh yeah he has the nuke codes too

 

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  posted on 10/2/2019 at 07:15 PM
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Crazy is an understatement....He's also growing ever more desperate as can be seen by the lashing out with what seems to me to be just stupid excuses and deflection attempts by blaming everyone but himself for the mess he's created for himself. Case in point was the craziness from today in the oval office.

What is as equally bizarre as the President's behavior is the lengths the people around him will go to protect him. What is it about this guy that makes people believe the oh so obvious con he's playing? If it smells and tastes like dog sh*t, it probably is. Why can't his supporters smell it too?


I watched him today on TV. He is one angry and desperate snake. He senses the alligators closing in on him. He was amped up with rage today. He went after Biden, Dems, the media, and whistleblower today. Wouldn't answer a reporter's question, lied, made up stories, and was 1000 miles from what we would expect of a statesman.

The upside to his out of control behavior is that SNL got some good stuff for Saturday night's episode.

 

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I wouldn't trust him to babysit my kid for an hour, let alone watch over the country.

Great so I'm not alone in thinking the man - regardless of party affiliation - is not fit for office.

Although I've thought the 25th amendment should've been invoked the day after his inauguration, there is a new possibility w/the Ukraine quid pro quo - he may have torpedoed his eligibility to be a candidate in 2020 by tampering w/that election.






I wonder if there are some Republicans within the party hierarchy that have reached the limit with this crook and are thinking they could just vote to impeach this nut job and take their chances with Mike Pence for the rest of this term. For the sake of the future of the Republican party mind you and not necessarily for the country.




Doubtful, Chain.

Trump has neutered most of the GOP Senators. They're along for the good ride of complicity.

Just take a look at the way Trump treated Ted Cruz, Cruz's wife, and father during the primaries - horrible and despicable. Now Ted says to Ukraine Don, "Sir, can I have another"?

 

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I wouldn't trust him to babysit my kid for an hour, let alone watch over the country.

Great so I'm not alone in thinking the man - regardless of party affiliation - is not fit for office.

Although I've thought the 25th amendment should've been invoked the day after his inauguration, there is a new possibility w/the Ukraine quid pro quo - he may have torpedoed his eligibility to be a candidate in 2020 by tampering w/that election.






I wonder if there are some Republicans within the party hierarchy that have reached the limit with this crook and are thinking they could just vote to impeach this nut job and take their chances with Mike Pence for the rest of this term. For the sake of the future of the Republican party mind you and not necessarily for the country.




Doubtful, Chain.

Trump has neutered most of the GOP Senators. They're along for the good ride of complicity.

Just take a look at the way Trump treated Ted Cruz, Cruz's wife, and father during the primaries - horrible and despicable. Now Ted says to Ukraine Don, "Sir, can I have another"?


Ha, ha.....Right out of the scene from "Animal House". It says a great deal about the BS politicians in both parties will endure to keep their relatively cozy jobs in Washington.

 

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  posted on 10/3/2019 at 10:18 AM
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Because no matter what he does, they will always hate liberals more.

It's just that simple.


This is 100% the root of everything going on here. But as easy as it is to criticize this mentality, people were preyed upon by a massive Russian troll operation that fed them fanatical lies about liberals as far back as the Obama administration, compounded by a disturbed demogogue candidate pouring gas on the fire. They exploited these folks through the wonders of modern technology like predators. They are victims of fraud by the ulimate fraudsters.


It all goes back waaaaay longer than that. Where we are now has just been the natural progression of things.

 

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  posted on 10/3/2019 at 11:43 AM
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So much for the intelligent dialogue that was developing.


Interesting statement in that this is a belief that infects both major parties. Roughly translated ....

..."It's easy to talk Politics when everyone involved sees things the way we do"

 

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Because no matter what he does, they will always hate liberals more.

It's just that simple.


No, it is not. For everyone that despises Liberals and the Policies they stand behind, there is someone who has no tolerance for The right wing and the Conservative narrative.

Politics and the power yielded is very much like a pendulum, back and forth we go and each time one party moves ahead in the WH, Congress or Senate, all of the "Headway" made by your party becomes secondary. It is that balance that allows us to continue to move forward.....

 

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Because no matter what he does, they will always hate liberals more.

It's just that simple.


No, it is not. For everyone that despises Liberals and the Policies they stand behind, there is someone who has no tolerance for The right wing and the Conservative narrative.

Politics and the power yielded is very much like a pendulum, back and forth we go and each time one party moves ahead in the WH, Congress or Senate, all of the "Headway" made by your party becomes secondary. It is that balance that allows us to continue to move forward.....


Yes, it is that simple.

Both sides are not exactly the same. There are not two equally valid sides to every issue.

Tolerance and agreement are not the same thing, either.

There's a lot of things we don't move forward on. Ever.

 

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  posted on 10/3/2019 at 12:57 PM
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There's a lot of things we don't move forward on. Ever.


For example?

 

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I am vehemently opposed to the diffusion of wealth.


Then stop paying Fed tax and stay the hell off our public lands, until you "voluntarily donate" a user fee to the rest of us who share ownership. Did you know that before public land was nationalized, ONE ranching family OWNED all the present National Forest land from Flagstaff to Cottonwood? Until they were bought out by the US govt and all those billions of $ of real estate wealth you enjoy every day was distributed equally among all of us? I met a couple of them, who still run cattle on the rim - they still think it belongs to them, the way they talk. According to them we are all trespassers. Same deal with vast stretches of public lands across the Western Interior. Nationalized. That is textbook hardline socialism. A rockbottom bargain for the taxpayer, privlege of land use, a priceless resource for a pittance.


 
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