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    Quote Originally Posted by Farangrakthai View Post
    the rush video: the working man of the u.s.
    Quote Originally Posted by Farangrakthai View Post
    the working man of america
    errrr....the members of rush are canadian.


    and....didn't you flounce from the forum like a big girl's dress?

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    yep, grandpa (snaff) and unfortunately the td mod are morons and will delete this discussion in the morning (because they are on the other side of the issue or are a fan of ant).

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    didn't you flounce from the forum like a big girl's dress?
    ooh, great come back, ray (you used that before, if you dont' recall).

    anyways, agree or disagree and why?

    Quote Originally Posted by Farangrakthai View Post
    the rush video: the working man of the u.s.:

    what have the democrats done for them? their standard of living hasn't increased since the 70s. did the trade deals of clinton 1 help the working class of america? no

    will the trade deals of clinton 2 help them? no

    trump cancelled the asia trade deal and promises to make trade deals that help the american worker.

    america's a service economy, but with a manufacturing base.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farangrakthai View Post
    you used that before
    yet you still haven't addressed it.....you just keep dodging it.

    why is that?


    simple question....didn't you flounce from the forum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    yet you still haven't addressed it.....you just keep dodging it.

    why is that?


    simple question....didn't you flounce from the forum?
    your memory is very weak. i asked you if you would prefer if i didn't post here and you said "no".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Farangrakthai View Post
    your memory is very weak. i asked you if you would prefer if i didn't post here and you said "no".




    i posted i didn't care one way or the other. and i really don't.

    but what is curious to me is why someone who would make such a dramatic flounce from a forum would return to the very thread he flounced so dramatically from.

    but hey, whatever.


    back on topic......what happened is that hillary lost....i wonder if/when trump is going to get over it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post



    back on topic....

    so, go on then:


    what have the democrats done for them? their standard of living hasn't increased since the 70s. did the trade deals of clinton 1 help the working class of america? no

    will the trade deals of clinton 2 help them? no

    trump cancelled the asia trade deal and promises to make trade deals that help the american worker.

    america's a service economy, but with a manufacturing base.

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    waiting for your reply, ray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farangrakthai View Post
    what have the democrats done for them? their standard of living hasn't increased since the 70s.
    you write that as if democrats controlled the legislative and executive branches of government since the 70s. which they didn't....not even close.

    and bush 41 was desperate to sign nafta into law before he left office, but he ran out of time.



    Quote Originally Posted by Farangrakthai View Post
    did the trade deals of clinton 1 help the working class of america? no
    more house republicans voted for nafta than did democrats.
    more senate republicans voted for nafta than did democrats




    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_...._ratification

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    and bush 41 was desperate to sign nafta into law before he left office, but he ran out of time.
    GHB signed it, but it will Bill Clinton that lobbied massively to get the Dem majority in Congress to pass it. Clinton was instrumental.

    Remember Clinton using Al Gore in the NAFTA debate against Ross Perot.


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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    you write that as if democrats controlled the legislative and executive branches of government since the 70s. which they didn't....not even close.

    and bush 41 was desperate to sign nafta into law before he left office, but he ran out of time.

    more house republicans voted for nafta than did democrats.
    more senate republicans voted for nafta than did democrats




    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_...._ratification

    that may all be true, but we're talking about 2016 and hillary was seen as another free trader who wouldn't take the working class into account when making trade deals while trump flat out said he'd pull out of tpp and he did.

    of course, there are good arguments for joining the tpp (prevent more chinese influence in asia), but, IMO, hillary lost because the rust belt voters didn't trust her to have their backs and not because of all this russian conspiracy theory nonsense that hillary is still talking about to this day.

    heard her go on about it and all the reasons she lost for an hour,

    a couple weeks ago in one of my favorite podcasts "politics and more", presented by the new yorker magazine:

    https://itunes.apple.com/th/podcast/...=1000392987234

    it was pitiful to hear he whine like that.

    some on this thread say what the heck are you guys doing still talking about hillary, without acknowledging the fact that hillary's the one who's still talking, as it were.

    Hillary Clinton just floated the possibility of contesting the 2016 election - CNNPolitics

    But in an interview Monday with NPR's Terry Gross, Clinton raised that critique up a notch -- not only questioning the legitimacy of Trump's presidency but refusing to rule out the possibility of contesting the results if Russian collusion is proven by special counsel Bob Mueller.
    Last edited by Farangrakthai; 05-10-2017 at 08:35 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farangrakthai View Post
    we're talking about 2016
    yeah, i guess we are if you move the goal posts....because this is what you posted:


    Quote Originally Posted by Farangrakthai View Post
    did the trade deals of clinton 1 help the working class of america? no

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    and btw, this is a bit rich...

    you posted....
    Quote Originally Posted by Farangrakthai View Post
    what have the democrats done for them? their standard of living hasn't increased since the 70s.
    and then literally 1 minute later...

    Quote Originally Posted by Farangrakthai View Post
    waiting for your reply, ray.
    i eventually responded with....
    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    you write that as if democrats controlled the legislative and executive branches of government since the 70s. which they didn't....not even close.
    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    more house republicans voted for nafta than did democrats.
    more senate republicans voted for nafta than did democrats
    which led you to pathetically come back with...

    Quote Originally Posted by Farangrakthai View Post
    that may all be true, but

    and yet you wonder why you have no credibility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    yeah, i guess we are if you move the goal posts....because this is what you posted:

    Originally Posted by Farangrakthai (What Happened to Hillary?)
    did the trade deals of clinton 1 help the working class of america? no

    yes, but that was in the context of trump vs. clinton:

    Quote Originally Posted by Farangrakthai View Post
    the rush video: the working man of the u.s.:

    what have the democrats done for them? their standard of living hasn't increased since the 70s. did the trade deals of clinton 1 help the working class of america? no

    will the trade deals of clinton 2 help them? no

    trump cancelled the asia trade deal and promises to make trade deals that help the american worker.

    america's a service economy, but with a manufacturing base.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post


    and yet you wonder why you have no credibility.
    "have no credibility" with whom, praytell?

    the way you post that it sounds like you are proclaiming that raycarey has "credibility" while standing on the speakers' corner of teak door.


    well, i guess, ray, that accomplishment will be in your obituary: "raycarey, a man who had great credibility on teakdoor.com where he contributed more than 10,000 posts".

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    well, if i did a big girly flounce as often as you do, i'd likely have fewer posts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    well, if i did a big girly flounce as often as you do, i'd likely have fewer posts.
    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post




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    There's this daily weekly radio show on BBC radio 4 called "Woman's hour" and the presenter Sue just loves Hiliary, so much so she's had her on the show for years and during the last US elections Sue plugged Hiliary to be the next female president. They where so confident of her win they even had a date after victory when she would soon appear on the show, and Sue could show off her new friend.
    Monday the show starts and they announced that Hiliary was going to be on today's show.
    At the end of the hour Sue ended the show with a fighting spirit, "Everybody's been stood up at sometime in their lives, Hiliary will be rebooked and she will appear on this show "
    What went wrong, Sues buddy let her down today.

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    Hillary blaming Nigel Farage for losing is latest excuse

    Brexit and Nigel Farage! Hillary Clinton?s latest excuse for losing the US election

    According to Fox there are now 24 excuses for her losing.

    Here's a List of Everyone & Everything Hillary Has Blamed for Her Loss | Fox News Insider

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    Now, I'm no fan of Hillary Clinton.

    But I watched this unique Australian interview of her ... and enjoyed it thoroughly.

    Some promo clips ...



    The Hillary Clinton I met in New York for our recent interview with Four Corners was an angrier, less guarded version of the
    person we have come to know over her decades in public life.

    I have been following Hillary Clinton's career since the mid-1990s as a journalist in Washington reporting on the first term of Bill Clinton's presidency.


    The Hillary Clinton I knew then would not have said publicly she had been "shivved" by the former head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, James Comey.


    She referred to Comey's handling of the investigation into her use of a private email server as secretary of state, in particular the letter written by
    Comey days before the election re opening the investigation: "He did shiv me, yeah we also know that opponents of mine, like former mayor Rudy Giuliani,
    knew something was coming.


    "So there was clearly an effort to derail my campaign at the end."

    Our fingerprints never fade from the lives we touch

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    The full interview ... Hillary Clinton: The Interview - Four Corners

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    She really is currently coming off as a sad, bitter old shrew. She lost through her own failures. Trump won, in part, because people hated her more than they feared him. She should just fade away....but she won't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    She really is currently coming off as a sad, bitter old shrew. She lost through her own failures. Trump won, in part, because people hated her more than they feared him. She should just fade away....but she won't.
    She's got a book to sell.

    Although she should have called it "I fucked up".

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