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    Nope, it's real . . . I have quite a few American friends and acquaintances stemming from both living there and working for American companies for 20 years and only one isn't completely embarrassed by what is going on . . .

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    ^^^ America is a completely divided nation. There are people with brains and the rest are sheeple like in the video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman123 View Post
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    Tell me that was a spoof ffs. Are Septics really that dumbed down!
    El Trumpo fans are, that's for sure. Thick as pig shit, the lot of them.

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    Deluded lemmings who somehow think that a spoiled, petulant multiple times bankrupt billionaire who started out with 'only' $1,000,000 knows their issues and has them and their best interests in mind.

    Because hey, he reacts like a child to criticism so it shows how independent he is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Nope, it's real . . . I have quite a few American friends and acquaintances stemming from both living there and working for American companies for 20 years and only one isn't completely embarrassed by what is going on . . .
    It's pretty cringeworthy. I'm not even bothering to follow it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Nope, it's real . . . I have quite a few American friends and acquaintances stemming from both living there and working for American companies for 20 years and only one isn't completely embarrassed by what is going on . . .
    It's pretty cringeworthy. I'm not even bothering to follow it.
    And this is the democracy the US is attempting to foist on several reluctant countries by force of arms (read bombs) and, or sanctions.

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    ^ Umm shocking coming from the like of yourself. You are one of the right wing lemmings. Your post history confirms it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    ^^^ America is a completely divided nation. There are people with brains and the rest are sheeple like in the video.
    where do you choose to position yourself on that spectrum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman123 View Post
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    Tell me that was a spoof ffs. Are Septics really that dumbed down!

    To be contrite - YES.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birding View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Nope, it's real . . . I have quite a few American friends and acquaintances stemming from both living there and working for American companies for 20 years and only one isn't completely embarrassed by what is going on . . .
    It's pretty cringeworthy. I'm not even bothering to follow it.
    And this is the democracy the US is attempting to foist on several reluctant countries by force of arms (read bombs) and, or sanctions.
    Nothing new or revealing, as that democracy has been conducting such activities for decades - even into a century plus - in a variety of avenues. Covert or overtly, devil may care.

    They find the world is their business and interest - their providence, regardless.
    The populations are unaware or indifferent to what is done in their name the world over forever.....or the easier fashion is to whip up the frenzy of "nationalism" or "national security" or "preserving the American way" towards all foreign ventures, be they warranted [almost all aren't worthy] or not - simply, an historic extension of the fading British imperial system.
    Last edited by thaimeme; 17-01-2016 at 08:33 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post

    Because hey, he reacts like a child to criticism so it shows how independent he is!
    Well to be fair he's not really used to it. he's used to being surrounded by sycophants and ass kissers.
    i imagine all this having to put up with criticism without being able to fire someone must be very annoying but I'm sure it'll be easier for him when he's president . (ALA Kim Jong Un.)

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    ^ Fucking moron. Fitting you show in this thread it is named for you.

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    13 Hours flops at the box office and Paramount execs blame liberals for not giving the movie a chance. Gee, sorry guys I guess your marketing campaign directed at Fauxtards was a bust.

    Quote of the Day: Paramount Pictures Is Sad You Didn't See "13 Hours" Because You're Too Partisan - The Daily Banter
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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbert View Post
    13 Hours flops at the box office and Paramount execs blame liberals for not giving the movie a chance. Gee, sorry guys I guess your marketing campaign directed at Fauxtards was a bust.

    Quote of the Day: Paramount Pictures Is Sad You Didn't See "13 Hours" Because You're Too Partisan - The Daily Banter
    Perhaps it's simply a shit movie.

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    'Moron' can also include hypocrisy because, you know, right-wing hypocrisy:

    Congressman Who Voted For Drug Testing Food Stamp Recipients Busted For Cocaine
    January 17, 2016 1:34 pm



    Representative Trey Radel was a major proponent of Republican legislation to make food stamp recipients submit to drug tests before receiving assistance.

    The proposal for those on food stamps to urinate in cups to prove they’re not on drugs received widespread praise from Republicans. But only a month after he backed the proposal, police busted the Florida Republican on a charge of cocaine possession.

    That’s right, the Republican politician who wanted to drug test poor people – those tests incurring huge tax-payer expenses – was himself using drugs.

    “It’s really interesting it came on the heels of Republicans voting on everyone who had access to food stamps get drug tested,” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said to BuzzFeed. “It’s like, what?”

    The House approved an amendment by Rep. Richard Hudson (R-N.C.), back in the summer of 2013, that allowed states to decide whether or not to test people on food stamps.

    The amendment passed by voice vote. That means there was no record of who voted which way for the amendment.

    But later, Radel voted for even further-reaching legislation that allowed for broader food stamps restrictions, including Hudson’s measure.

    Hudson cited state legislatures around the country which had proposed similar things in recent years. But in time these efforts would prove ineffective – a waste of tax-payer money, that actually found virtually no one on food stamps using drugs.

    “This is a clear and obvious problem in our communities as nearly 30 states have introduced legislation to drug test for welfare programs,” Hudson stated. “We have a moral obligation to equip the states with the tools they need to discourage the use of illegal drugs.”

    Back in June of 2012, Rep. Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) asked why recipients of crop insurance and other government benefits haven’t also been targeted for drug testing.

    “Why don’t we drug test all the members of Congress here,” McGovern asked. “Force everybody to go urinate in a cup or see whether or not anybody is on drugs? Maybe that will explain why some of these amendments are coming up or why some of the votes are turning out the way they are.”

    In fact, the majority of Americans support such a measure. They want to see politicians drug tested. After all, they are the ones passing so many of the drug laws in this country, and they are doing so on our dime. Isn’t it time that they step up to the plate and prove they aren’t using drugs like Rep. Radel was?
    Congressman Who Voted For Drug Testing Food Stamp Recipients Busted For Cocaine - Counter Current News

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    Same same but different . . . just like the Republican or evangelical Christian homophobic arseholes who are caught with their pants down (literally) in public toilets propositioning other men . . .

    Same same but different. God will absolve them because God loves them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    'Moron' can also include hypocrisy because, you know, right-wing hypocrisy:

    Congressman Who Voted For Drug Testing Food Stamp Recipients Busted For Cocaine
    January 17, 2016 1:34 pm



    Representative Trey Radel was a major proponent of Republican legislation to make food stamp recipients submit to drug tests before receiving assistance.

    The proposal for those on food stamps to urinate in cups to prove they’re not on drugs received widespread praise from Republicans. But only a month after he backed the proposal, police busted the Florida Republican on a charge of cocaine possession.

    That’s right, the Republican politician who wanted to drug test poor people – those tests incurring huge tax-payer expenses – was himself using drugs.

    “It’s really interesting it came on the heels of Republicans voting on everyone who had access to food stamps get drug tested,” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said to BuzzFeed. “It’s like, what?”

    The House approved an amendment by Rep. Richard Hudson (R-N.C.), back in the summer of 2013, that allowed states to decide whether or not to test people on food stamps.

    The amendment passed by voice vote. That means there was no record of who voted which way for the amendment.

    But later, Radel voted for even further-reaching legislation that allowed for broader food stamps restrictions, including Hudson’s measure.

    Hudson cited state legislatures around the country which had proposed similar things in recent years. But in time these efforts would prove ineffective – a waste of tax-payer money, that actually found virtually no one on food stamps using drugs.

    “This is a clear and obvious problem in our communities as nearly 30 states have introduced legislation to drug test for welfare programs,” Hudson stated. “We have a moral obligation to equip the states with the tools they need to discourage the use of illegal drugs.”

    Back in June of 2012, Rep. Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) asked why recipients of crop insurance and other government benefits haven’t also been targeted for drug testing.

    “Why don’t we drug test all the members of Congress here,” McGovern asked. “Force everybody to go urinate in a cup or see whether or not anybody is on drugs? Maybe that will explain why some of these amendments are coming up or why some of the votes are turning out the way they are.”

    In fact, the majority of Americans support such a measure. They want to see politicians drug tested. After all, they are the ones passing so many of the drug laws in this country, and they are doing so on our dime. Isn’t it time that they step up to the plate and prove they aren’t using drugs like Rep. Radel was?
    Congressman Who Voted For Drug Testing Food Stamp Recipients Busted For Cocaine - Counter Current News

    Excellent.
    Hope he does time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo
    Hope he does time.
    Not even a bit.

    Update to that story: whilst he lost his job the conviction for the cocaine was expunged from his record.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo
    Hope he does time.
    Not even a bit.

    Update to that story: whilst he lost his job the conviction for the cocaine was expunged from his record.
    Disappointing but to be expected I suppose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo
    Dissapointing but to be expected I suppose.
    Yeah, pretty much. I very much doubt the same leniency would apply to the poor that the Republicans like to demonise so much for being, well, poor.

    There is some delicious irony though... Whilst he was on probation he was required to submit to random drug tests each month.

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    Off topic! not so much a right wing moron, as a right wing hypocrite. Talking of hypocrisy Trey-

    He founded Trey Communications LLC, a conservative media relations firm. The company purchased and sold domain names, including some of a pornographic nature
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trey_Radel

    Dontcha just love those family values.
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    FFS....


    Nearly 10 percent of college graduates in the United States think that TV host Judith “Judge Judy” Sheindlin sits on the Supreme Court, according to a recent study.

    When the survey sample is expanded to the general American public, the results are even worse — with 13 percent saying Sheindlin is a member of SCOTUS.

    The study — commissioned by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni in late August 2015 — found college grads lacked basic knowledge on all branches of government.

    Based on 1,000 interviews nationwide, 47 percent of graduates couldn’t identify the term lengths for members of Congress. Nearly 40 percent didn’t know that the US Constitution gives Congress the power to declare war.
    No, America ? Judge Judy does not sit on the Supreme Court | New York Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    The study — commissioned by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni in late August 2015 — found college grads lacked basic knowledge
    Could have saved themselves a lot of money - fairly obvious, one would think

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