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  1. #8668
    Quote Originally Posted by EihTooms  [View Original Post]
    And this is the most alarming part cited right there in the highlighted sub headline and body of your link!

    By stark contrast, the one below wasn't an alarming cue card telling a real POTUS the stage directions and speaking / entering / exiting order of things for a public meeting.

    No, the one below was a perfectly reasonable cue card telling a so-called potus how to look and sound somewhat like a normal human being listening to testimonials about the mass murder of children:

    Trump was actually caught holding a note from staffers reminding him to be empathetic when talking to people

    https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/trum...203053997.html
    And once again, it's even worse than that.

    I bet he was holding that note right in front of his face when he told a military widow that her late husband knew the risks.

    https://www.militarytimes.com/news/p...-signed-up-for

  2. #8667
    Quote Originally Posted by PVMonger  [View Original Post]
    "Trump had great people around him" Really? By what measure? If one measures "greatness" by the number if indictments handed down, then yes,.

    Bannon, Manafort, Stone, Flynn, Papadopoulos, Gates and Cohen. All indicted. All close to the Orange Buffoon. But let's not forget the dozens of people who Donnie "I only hire the best people" the Dumbass hired, then fired and who left the administration to the tune of "he was a loser".

    Of course, compared to Nixon (28 people indicted who were "close to" Nixon) and Reagan (33 people indicted), the Mango Mussolini was an angel.

    But compared to Clinton (2 people indicted), Obama (0 people indicted) and Carter (0 people indicted), not so much. https://www.politifact.com/factcheck...trump-reagan-/.

    But sure, keep up the falsehoods. You guys crack me up!
    All were setup, by a corrupt Democratic Party, FBI CIA, and others. Manafort was a mistake and definitely a crook. I would take any of these guys over the clowns Bidden has surrounded himself. Take a look at the economy, gas prices and crime all way up, no denying it. Yes, Trump was a bad guy, but he did a good job up until.

    Jan 6.

    I guarantee the war would have never started or would have ended under Trump. Bidden for some stupid reason is doing everything in his powers to keep it going and doing nothing to find a solution or compromise between the 2 countries. Again, Bidden is not calling the shots. He has one foot out the door, he will powerless in 4-6 months or sooner. If liberal media is turning on him his days are numbered, thank god. He is destroying this country. Somebody needs to step in before it is too late.

  3. #8666

    Boycott amazon

    Quote Originally Posted by Gino02  [View Original Post]
    Biden accidentally flashed a cue card telling him exactly where to go and what to do at a White House event.

    https://www.businessinsider.com/bide...meeting-2022-6

    You're right. Like I said earlier, puppeteers are calling all the shots in this joke of an administration. Sad and bad for the people.
    Don't buy anything from that turd.

    https://amgreatness.com/2022/06/23/t...erating-purge/

  4. #8665

    How loooooow can he go

    Quote Originally Posted by Gino02  [View Original Post]
    "Joe Biden's presidency is failing. And Americans are hurting because of it. " - Opinion by Chris Schlak, USA Today.

    (https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/opini...-it/ar-AAYOKw1).

    Even MSM like USA Today are calling Biden a failure now. I am not even quoting the real news orgs like Fox, OAN or Newsmax.

    "Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell wants to 'get back' to the Trump era of low inflation and rising wages. "

    (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...IM-TALENT.html).

    So what's your vote on this? We will tally all votes on Monday June 27th.

    "Donald Trump would have been a much better POTUS now than Joe Biden". - YES / NO / Not sure?
    https://amgreatness.com/2022/06/24/j...rafalgar-poll/

  5. #8664

    Ron Klain is the first Jewish potus

    Quote Originally Posted by Gino02  [View Original Post]
    Biden accidentally flashed a cue card telling him exactly where to go and what to do at a White House event.

    https://www.businessinsider.com/bide...meeting-2022-6

    You're right. Like I said earlier, puppeteers are calling all the shots in this joke of an administration. Sad and bad for the people.
    I must say I'm not impressed.

  6. #8663
    Quote Originally Posted by Xpartan  [View Original Post]
    Ah, that's what it was. Shrewd and intelligent. So shrewd, in fact, that no one was supposed to know exactly how shrewd and intelligent that "diplomat" (LOL) was.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/world...0a8_story.html

    That's before he ditched interpreters altogether.

    https://thehill.com/homenews/adminis...-taker-report/
    Compared to this one (Buyden) we are stuck with now until removal by impeachment, 25th amendment or forced resignation, Trump was way better diplomat. Can you deny that?

    Is Trump the best ever diplomat? Nope.

    Is Trump better diplomat than Buyden? Definitely.

    Stay on point please.

  7. #8662
    Quote Originally Posted by Gino02  [View Original Post]
    Biden accidentally flashed a cue card telling him exactly where to go and what to do at a White House event.

    https://www.businessinsider.com/bide...meeting-2022-6

    You're right. Like I said earlier, puppeteers are calling all the shots in this joke of an administration. Sad and bad for the people.
    Yes, he had a great week. Fell off a bike, sent more money to Ukraine to keep the war going and making Russia richer. The more gas prices go up the less incentive Putin has to compromise. He got what he wanted, he has the ports, I doubt he really cares about anything else. I do not think this was not his initial strategy and they were definitely losing for awhile, but this does not seem to be the case now. Putin is laughing at the states and Europe, they are definitely winning now and no end in site, of the dumb war. Great job Bidden.

    Lastly, he gets in a fight with oil companies, this is the last thing he should be doing. Find a compromise and a solution, but Democrats want to fight with everyone and blame everyone for their problems.

    If you subtract Trump from the polls, I would bet Bidden approval is in the teens now, not the 30's.

  8. #8661

    Repub Majority SCOTUS' Rating Sinks To All Time Historic Low

    https://news.gallup.com/poll/394103/...toric-low.aspx

    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- With the U.S. Supreme Court expected to overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision before the end of its 2021-2022 term, Americans' confidence in the court has dropped sharply over the past year and reached a new low in Gallup's nearly 50-year trend.
    Gee, who would have predicted this outcome with 6 of the 9 justices appointed by a Repub so-called potus who was either kicked out of office after one horrible term, never got the most votes in a presidential election, produced among the worst results of all time or, as in the case of Trump's 3, were appointed by a so-called potus who falls into all of those categories along with being the most corrupt occupant of the White House in history.

  9. #8660

    Yes, truly alarming

    Quote Originally Posted by Gino02  [View Original Post]
    Biden accidentally flashed a cue card telling him exactly where to go and what to do at a White House event.

    https://www.businessinsider.com/bide...meeting-2022-6

    You're right. Like I said earlier, puppeteers are calling all the shots in this joke of an administration. Sad and bad for the people.
    And this is the most alarming part cited right there in the highlighted sub headline and body of your link!

    Cue cards are common, but right-wing commentators treated this one as a serious gaffe.
    By stark contrast, the one below wasn't an alarming cue card telling a real POTUS the stage directions and speaking / entering / exiting order of things for a public meeting.

    No, the one below was a perfectly reasonable cue card telling a so-called potus how to look and sound somewhat like a normal human being listening to testimonials about the mass murder of children:

    Trump was actually caught holding a note from staffers reminding him to be empathetic when talking to people

    https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/trum...203053997.html

  10. #8659

    Lesson Number One

    Quote Originally Posted by Gino02  [View Original Post]
    You guys are so rookies about diplomacy, probably even worse than the stupid Buyden. Hilarious.

    Diplomacy Lesson #1 for you dumb dumb dems. An intelligent and shrewd diplomat makes the other parties think that they are the ones making the decision, but actually they are dancing to the tune of the smart diplomat. That's Trump, but you and your still Buyden supporters will never get that.
    Lesson number one is to not insult the other party (ies). That would include name calling. You must have been absent from school that day.

  11. #8658
    Quote Originally Posted by EihTooms  [View Original Post]
    Elvis, you don't know anything about history, the political parties, the economy or the stock market. Best you steer clear of those topics and just be happy your latest coin flip recouped a small portion of your gambling losses.

    Glass-Steagall, which went through several revisions since the early 1930's, was already being violated and allowed to be violated by court decisions years before it was deemed obsolete in the global banking world, repealed by an overwhelming veto-proof Repub Majority Congress and replaced in late 1999.

    And this is utterly aside from the fact that the Great Repub-Bush Financial Crisis Crash that happened 9 very long years later was not for lack of regulations on the books to prevent Liar Loans from prevailing to prop up an otherwise typically crap Repub economy. It was for lack of enforcing those regulations and, further, for lack of interest in enforcing banking regulations by the Repib administration at the time, a constant theme in all Great Repub Banking Crisis Disasters for the past 100 years.

    https://www.cato.org/policy-analysis...t-myth-reality#what-exactly-did-the-glass-steagall-act-proscribe.
    Damn you ElhTooms! I also read the revisionist history of Glass-Steagall written by Elvis but you were faster on the draw. His "history" of the Glass-Steagall Act wasn't even close. First of all it wasn't written by Joe Kennedy. Senator Glass was the principal author and his original bill stalled in the House in 1932. In 1933 with Representative Henry Steagall as a co-sponsor the bill passed and was signed into law by FDR. I'm positive Elvis has no idea what the purpose of Glass-Steagall was or why it was important to Depression era banking.

    I found it interesting that Elvis claimed that President Clinton repealled the Glass-Steagall Act. I wonder if they teach Civics where Elvis comes from? Presidents don't pass or repeal laws. When a bill is passed by the Congress the President signs it into law or vetos the bill. In the relevant case, Representatives Leach and Bliley along with Senator Gramm (all Republicans) sponsored the bill which passed both houses of Congress and was signed into law by then President Clinton.

    Of course, as you pointed out the Glass Steagall Act even if it had not been largely repealled would have done nothing to prevent the Great Recession of 2008.

    https://www.federalreservehistory.or...s-steagall-act

  12. #8657

    Wtf

    Quote Originally Posted by DramaFree11  [View Original Post]
    Best post ever, but I really do not think Bidden is calling the shots. It is the crazy ass people he has surrounded himself with. Trump was an Ass, no denying it, but for the most part he did a good job, he does need to go away. The difference between Trump and Bidden, is Trump had great people around him, that at least tried and had some common sense.

    I think one of Trumps biggest mistake was keeping Fauci, he should have fired him immediately. He deserves a lot of blame as well. If he had his ways we would still be locked down. Trump was able to keep sone of the economy up and running, if this would not have happened we would be in even worse shape.
    "Trump had great people around him" Really? By what measure? If one measures "greatness" by the number if indictments handed down, then yes,.

    Bannon, Manafort, Stone, Flynn, Papadopoulos, Gates and Cohen. All indicted. All close to the Orange Buffoon. But let's not forget the dozens of people who Donnie "I only hire the best people" the Dumbass hired, then fired and who left the administration to the tune of "he was a loser".

    Of course, compared to Nixon (28 people indicted who were "close to" Nixon) and Reagan (33 people indicted), the Mango Mussolini was an angel.

    But compared to Clinton (2 people indicted), Obama (0 people indicted) and Carter (0 people indicted), not so much. https://www.politifact.com/factcheck...trump-reagan-/.

    But sure, keep up the falsehoods. You guys crack me up!

  13. #8656

    Doesn't beat a "stable genius" but "shrewd diplomat" is a good laugh too, LOL

    Quote Originally Posted by Gino02  [View Original Post]
    You guys are so rookies about diplomacy, probably even worse than the stupid Buyden. Hilarious.

    Diplomacy Lesson #1 for you dumb dumb dems. An intelligent and shrewd diplomat makes the other parties think that they are the ones making the decision, but actually they are dancing to the tune of the smart diplomat. That's Trump, but you and your still Buyden supporters will never get that.
    Ah, that's what it was. Shrewd and intelligent. So shrewd, in fact, that no one was supposed to know exactly how shrewd and intelligent that "diplomat" (LOL) was.

    President Trump has gone to extraordinary lengths to conceal details of his conversations with Russian President Vladi*mir Putin, including on at least one occasion taking possession of the notes of his own interpreter and instructing the linguist not to discuss what had transpired with other administration officials, current and former U.S. officials said.
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/world...0a8_story.html

    That's before he ditched interpreters altogether.

    Trump, Putin talked at G20 without US translator, note-taker: report
    https://thehill.com/homenews/adminis...-taker-report/

  14. #8655
    Quote Originally Posted by EihTooms  [View Original Post]
    Elvis, you don't know anything about history, the political parties, the economy or the stock market.

    Glass-Steagall, which went through several revisions since the early 1930's, was already being violated and allowed to be violated by court decisions years before it was deemed obsolete in the global banking world, repealed by an overwhelming veto-proof Repub Majority Congress and replaced in late 1999.
    What do you call a bill that passed with 75% of Democrats in the House voting for it and 84% of the Democrats in the Senate voting for it and signed into law by Bill Clinton originated by Robert Rubin? Well, if you are Eih, you call it a bill passed into law by "a veto proof Republican majority".

    A year before the law was passed, Citicorp, a commercial bank holding company, merged with the insurance company Travelers Group in 1998 to form the conglomerate Citigroup, a corporation combining banking, securities and insurance services under a house of brands that included Citibank, Smith Barney, Primerica, and Travelers. Because this merger was a violation of the GlassSteagall Act and the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, the Federal Reserve gave Citigroup a temporary waiver in September 1998.

    Robert Rubin received more than $126 million in cash and stock during his tenure at Citigroup, up through and including Citigroup's bailout by the USA Treasury, but according to you Eih, that was just a happy coincidence.

    During debate in the House of Representatives, Rep. John Dingell (Democrat of Michigan) argued that the bill would result in banks becoming "too big to fail. " Dingell further argued that this would necessarily result in a bailout by the Federal Government.

    Well, at least he got the first part right.

    Quote Originally Posted by EihTooms  [View Original Post]
    And this is utterly aside from the fact that the Great Repub-Bush Financial Crisis Crash that happened 9 very long years later was not for lack of regulations on the books to prevent Liar Loans from prevailing to prop up an otherwise typically crap Repub economy.
    I am shocked, shocked that you let all those Wall Street bankers who have bankrolled the Dems and are the ones who actually granted those liar loans a pass. The problem with a dumb Dem like you is that you do not look at the what but the who. Any accusation against a Republican and they are guilty and all Dems are great, great people incapable of unethical or criminal acts. Lloyd Blankefein and Robert Rubin are scum who just so happen to be Democrat.

    Quote Originally Posted by EihTooms  [View Original Post]
    And just be happy your latest coin flip recouped a small portion of your gambling losses.
    What losses are you talking about Gramps? You are the one losing not me. I sold 25% of my portfolio when we had the huge move down (and my portfolio went up huge) and then bought most of it back today and lowered my cost basis. Unlike you, I talk about what I am doing versus brag about what I have done in the past. Truth be told, you would not believe what I have done in the past anyway.

    You are only guy I know talking about how great this Biden economy is, and you live in Thailand. LOL.

  15. #8654

    So true

    Quote Originally Posted by Gino02  [View Original Post]
    You guys are so rookies about diplomacy, probably even worse than the stupid Buyden. Hilarious.

    Diplomacy Lesson #1 for you dumb dumb dems. An intelligent and shrewd diplomat makes the other parties think that they are the ones making the decision, but actually they are dancing to the tune of the smart diplomat. That's Trump, but you and your still Buyden supporters will never get that.
    Yeah, we remember when Trump brilliantly made it seem like it was his idea Instead of Xi's to mass murder a million Americans by laying all the groundwork for and being the #1 Most Influencial World Leader to produce the global economy-destroying Trump's Pandemic.

    Then there was that time he jumped in to assure Putin on the world stage that his intel is so superior to ours that he surely ought to believe every word of it that tells him Ukranians would love and embrace a Russian invasion to, you know, "De-Natzify", occupy their country and slaughter its citizens.

    Yep, Trump was a stable diplomatic genius.

    And don't even get us started on his domestic policy brilliance in making it look like it was his idea and not Putin's to inspire, organize, encite and lead a violent Insurrection against America in order to install a unelected authoritarian dictator, him.

    Damn clever how he took over the agenda of our sworn enemies, made it look like it was his idea instead of theirs and did all their dirty work for them.

    Now, why didn't Obama think of that? LOL. And Biden is just too confused to figure out how to do that, right? Silly Dems.

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