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    Can these geriatric old fools die off already so we can focus on fixing the planet?
    Cnuts.
    snowflake liberal left bile on display yet again.

    you lot are worse than the extreme right once you get going.

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    cyrille, the khan farrakhan story is true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    snowflake liberal left bile on display yet again.

    you lot are worse than the extreme right once you get going.
    LULZ... would you like some iron pills, princess?

    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    cyrille, the khan farrakhan story is true.
    So after cut 'n paste posting and spreading a load of bollocks / Fake News / character assassination bullshit that you obviously couldn't care less if it were true or not you now want to cherry-pick from it?

    Have you no shame or intellectual integrity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    you lot are worse than the extreme right once you get going.
    Riighht...


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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    i'd take trump any time over khan, the hypocritical mayor of london.
    More whataboutism
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    "ignoramus narcissism." (whatever that is)
    You didn't think, did you? You're much too eloquent to really wonder what that is.
    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    Sadiq Khan was a human rights lawyer before he entered politics, and spent his time defending radical Islamists and self-confessed terrorists. He also defended hate preacher Louis Farrakhan in 2002,
    WTF? Everyone is entitled to a defense. Is the Public Defender or lawyer hired for any supplicant/applicant/defendant to be tarred by the brush that discloured his client? That was a redundant, disingenuos, and sly approach to your whataboutism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    Secretary Chao
    I do like the plural

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    i'd take trump any time over khan, the hypocritical mayor of london.




    all over the net
    Wow, I didn't know that.

    Anyway here's a good read.
    https://www.theguardian.com/politics...08d4e6b70dcfca

    Sorry about the the link.
    Maybe if bsnub could.. you know...
    If we stop testing right now wed have very few cases, if any. Donald J Trump.

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    Why do you always do that? Post something, and ten or so minutes later post it again. You are the only poster who does this. Is it a condition like alzheimers?

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    A condition 'like'?

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    Yeah, "like". I don't want to accuse you of Alzeimers, so the condition you have whereby you post something and then a while later post it again may be similar to Alzheimers.
    "Like", ie you forget you posted it.

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    Good old USA.



    Black man lynched and burned in Oklahoma during "Red Summer" 1919

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowie View Post
    yup, good ole USA -
    Wow, that is one hell of a long line to get into Taco Bell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowie View Post
    Is this your photo?

    President Donald Trump-694940094001_5851570009001_5851574662001-vs-jpg

    https://www.republicanmatters.com/tr...662001-vs-jpg/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    Wow, I didn't know that.

    Anyway here's a good read.
    https://www.theguardian.com/politics...08d4e6b70dcfca

    Sorry about the the link.
    Maybe if bsnub could.. you know...
    I looked at that, but it's a huge article ... what did you want reproduced?

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    Classic. A clip of Boris mouthing off about a "stupefyingly ignorant" Trump is projected onto Big Ben.

    https://www.indy100.com/article/bori...box=1559571184

    "I think Donald Trump is clearly out of his mind"


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    ...invisible crowds..again

    President Donald Trump-61905135_10156536831266872_7807618028589285376_o-jpg
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    Judge rejects Democrats' effort to block Trump's use of emergency powers for border

    Zachary Basu

    A federal judge in D.C. has rejected an effort by House Democrats to block President Trump's use of emergency powers to reprogram military funds for his border wall.
    "This is a case about whether one chamber of Congress has the “constitutional means” to conscript the Judiciary in a political turf war with the President over the implementation of legislation. ... [W]hile the Constitution bestows upon Members of the House many powers, it does not grant them standing to hale the Executive Branch into court claiming a dilution of Congress’s legislative authority. The Court therefore lacks jurisdiction to hear the House’s claims and will deny its motion."
    Judge Trevor McFadden
    Context: Per the judge's opinion, the House was attempting to block the administration "from spending certain funds to build a wall along our southern border. The House argues that this expenditure would violate the Appropriations Clause of the Constitution 2 and usurp Congress’s authority. This harm, the House suggests, constitutes an 'institutional injury' supporting Article III standing."

    • The administration, meanwhile, argued that the court cannot intervene "because the Constitution grants the House no standing to litigate these claims."
    • The judge sided with the administration, adding: "To be clear, the Court does not imply that Congress may never sue the Executive to protect its powers." But he argues that House Democrats do not, in this case, overcome the constitutional burden to establish they have standing in this lawsuit.

    Why it matters: It's a much needed legal victory for the Trump administration, which has lost two consecutive court battles with Democrats related to subpoenas for the president's financial records.
    Read the judge's full opinion:


    The winning never stops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPETER65
    It's a much needed legal victory for the Trump administration, which has lost two consecutive court battles with Democrats related to subpoenas for the president's financial records.

    ...

    The winning never stops.
    Err... never mind, Trumptards gonna Trumptard.


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    He had a lovely banquet today at Buckingham Palace.

    I sat there watching that feast whilst eating a pot noodles.

    Bunch of cvnts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    I looked at that, but it's a huge article ... what did you want reproduced?
    Thanks but I think I posted the wrong link.

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    (Please no meddling, we are british...)

    Corbyn accuses Trump of interfering in UK politics with Johnson comments

    LONDON (Reuters) - UK Labour opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Saturday U.S. President Donald Trump’s comments endorsing Conservative front-runner Boris Johnson as the next prime minister were an “unacceptable interference” in Britain’s affairs.

    In an interview with the Sun newspaper ahead of his three-day state visit to Britain next week, Trump said of the former foreign secretary: “I think Boris would do a very good job. I think he would be excellent.”

    Other Conservative lawmakers in the leadership race had sought his backing, he said, although not environment minister Michael Gove, who has criticized his stance on Iran.

    Veteran Socialist Corbyn, who has declined an invitation to attend a state banquet with Trump during the visit, said: “President Trump’s attempt to decide who will be Britain’s next prime minister is an entirely unacceptable interference in our country’s democracy.”

    He added in a statement on Saturday: “The next prime minister should be chosen not by the U.S. president, nor by 100,000 unrepresentative Conservative party members, but by the British people in a general election.”

    Read more
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-u...+World+News%29

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    Some protest signs from Drumpf's visit. The Brit sense of humor is alive and well:







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    love it

    if only they could be that motivated to revolt against their own political elite

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    with their infantile slogans and hollow posturing these empty leftists demean themselves even more than the person they are demonstrating against.

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