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1 hour ago, wildcat09 said:

Longhornmatt is probably a good dude but he might be my least favorite CR poster. Just pure sunshine pumping all the time. "Mack is killing it on the recruiting trail you guys!" 

At least he doesn’t write in novels like atomheartbevo

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10 minutes ago, longhornmatt said:

Oh, so we’re doing Festivus then?  Well, I got a lot of problems with you people, too.  

Get it line, buddy. I've had it up to *here* with myself.

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17 hours ago, The Dog said:

I think i could actually use that article to enhance my grift chances.

"Listen up, Cletus.....those facist libtards over at snopes spent the last 5 years claiming everything that comes out of trump's mouth is bullshit. You gonna listen to the fake news now? Ok how many do you need? Six.....yeah they all have the same seat number, listen we did that so the deep state cant track your whereabouts. We'll make sure he is aware of your support. Trump Bless you, you're a goddamn patriot" 

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27 minutes ago, SydneyCarton said:

I mean, technically with this picture you are attempting to say that the 70's produced an Eddie murphy movie that was filmed in 2019. Should have stuck with shaft. 

Some shots of Pam Grier wouldn’t have hurt. 

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On 6/14/2021 at 2:00 PM, Brisketexan said:

He's going to live to be 99.

He's running in 2024.

He will win.  Easily.  Because 1) 45% of America is made up of moronic proto fascists, 2) voter suppression will take care of a good chunk of opposition voting, and 3) state legislatures/governors/potentates give the power will simply invalidate state election results, handing MAGA the win.

 

I reach all of these conclusions because......this fucking timeline, man.

majority rule don't work in mental institutions

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17 minutes ago, bolverk said:

Holy shit this thread, especially tweet #10

 

Number 10 is wholly unsurprising.  Just a rehash of Paxton's bullshit.

I find it somewhat hilarious that Meadows tried to push the Italian satellite horseshit onto the AG and USAO as recounted in 31 et seq.

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3 hours ago, Matuka said:

 

You forget, a few soliloquies aside...80% of my posts are as truncated and pithy as Hemingway's terse prose giving your mother an abbreviated climax.

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Serious question: how far does Secret Service authority extend? Homeboy is touting going to the border with governer hot wheels. If the ex prez insists on doing some improv, how far does the SS have to go to protect him? What protections are in place in that situation? I know they're not really going to the border. But damn this seems like a dangerous and expensive stunt. Probably not of the cunning variety.

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12 hours ago, Biff Tannen said:

Everything here is exactly what we all thought was happening. It’s all so obvious. It’s how a mafia member would do things and that is how Dotard operates. 
 

This was nothing less than an attempt to completely subvert our system of government and everything this country has worked for for 200+ years. They should all be executed. 

To add onto this, why have our government officials apparently decided that being a traitor is no longer an offense that warrants harsh justice (or apparently any justice)?  I suppose if we are talking sedition, the actual punishment is 20 years, but even that prospect is laughable it seems.  The overall question is: have we as a country forgotten why these laws exist?  Do we not have the ability to police ourselves any longer?

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52 minutes ago, Biff Tannen said:

To add onto this, why have our government officials apparently decided that being a traitor is no longer an offense that warrants harsh justice (or apparently any justice)?  I suppose if we are talking sedition, the actual punishment is 20 years, but even that prospect is laughable it seems.  The overall question is: have we as a country forgotten why these laws exist?  Do we not have the ability to police ourselves any longer?

Because Democratic leadership think it is bad politics to enforce laws against Republicans. That's all it is, really. They're so fucking timid that they're not even going to investigate the insurrection that their GOP colleagues incited because doing so might result in their GOP colleagues saying mean things about them.

Paul Gosar and at least twenty other Republican congressmen tried to have Dem leadership killed and they won't even say what happened. If this somehow doesn't all get erased from history, nobody in the future will be able to comprehend why the Democratic party has reacted the way it has. 

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14 minutes ago, wildcat09 said:

Because Democratic leadership think it is bad politics to enforce laws against Republicans. That's all it is, really. They're so fucking timid that they're not even going to investigate the insurrection that their GOP colleagues incited because doing so might result in their GOP colleagues saying mean things about them.

Paul Gosar and at least twenty other Republican congressmen tried to have Dem leadership killed and they won't even say what happened. If this somehow doesn't all get erased from history, nobody in the future will be able to comprehend why the Democratic party has reacted the way it has. 

Would you support the Democrats trying to outlaw the Republican Party? I wouldn’t. I fear that the Republicans might try to outlaw the Democratic Party. But I don’t think that’s an argument for the Democrats outlawing the Republican Party. 

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15 minutes ago, wildcat09 said:

Because Democratic leadership think it is bad politics to enforce laws against Republicans. That's all it is, really. They're so fucking timid that they're not even going to investigate the insurrection that their GOP colleagues incited because doing so might result in their GOP colleagues saying mean things about them.

Paul Gosar and at least twenty other Republican congressmen tried to have Dem leadership killed and they won't even say what happened. If this somehow doesn't all get erased from history, nobody in the future will be able to comprehend why the Democratic party has reacted the way it has. 

Yes, it's like the idea of enforcing the law is being conflated with the idea of political retribution.  They are so afraid the Rs will punish them for punishing the Rs.  Guess what?  That's the game now!  Except the Dems actually have some real reasons to punish the Rs.  It's like they forgot the Benghazi shit show farce.  

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25 minutes ago, wildcat09 said:

Because Democratic leadership think it is bad politics to enforce laws against Republicans. That's all it is, really. They're so fucking timid that they're not even going to investigate the insurrection that their GOP colleagues incited because doing so might result in their GOP colleagues saying mean things about them.

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https://www.npr.org/sections/insurrection-at-the-capitol/2021/01/16/957680133/house-lawmakers-open-investigation-into-capitol-attack

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20 hours ago, conVINCEd said:

New Zealand is the play if you can swing it.

Fucking expensive to get an investor/old person visa.  
 

Portugal is the go to play for getting the fuck out of here if you have the resources.

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On 6/14/2021 at 3:06 PM, Horn Under a Bad Sign said:

 

this is just like the reasonablists (parks and rec) when they keep pushing back the date that zorp is coming and the world is ending.  pretty sure there's a better chance of that happening than this.

On 6/14/2021 at 7:58 PM, Eskimohorn said:

Yeah I know. I've stored up rather a large amount of pee to piss on his grave.

i've been stockpiling arrowhead jugs in my garage.  lulz at my neighbors thinking i'm doomsday prepping.

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1 hour ago, henrygandorf said:

this is just like the reasonablists (parks and rec) when they keep pushing back the date that zorp is coming and the world is ending.  pretty sure there's a better chance of that happening than this.

i've been stockpiling arrowhead jugs in my garage.  lulz at my neighbors thinking i'm doomsday prepping.

Hail Zorp

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6 hours ago, Walden Ponderer said:

This page is such a disappointment. Someone requested pics of Pam Grier, and no one came through.

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To be fair, the best ones would have to be posted in a different subforum. But here’s one I think can be considered...ahem...family friendly.

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On 6/14/2021 at 7:27 AM, Beantown Express 2.0 said:

The answer to your question is “all of them”  he needs all the loans.

Also, nothing to see here.  Both sides do it.  Why just last week I took out a 800 billion dollar loan from Freddie Mac at unbelievable terms.  You all should be doing this too you bunch of educated, elitist, Democrat libtards.  Now let me go back to my double wide and hang my confederate flag next to my front door that has a giant Q painted on it.

One issue I have with the article is the following line below.  WTF does his sister’s features have to do with any of this.  Just thought that was a weird thing to put in the article.

“Meyer, who shares her brother’s slight build, porcelain features and dark chestnut hair, lobbied Freddie Mac in person on behalf of Kushner Companies”

 

I think he was trying to say Kushner is effeminate without saying it outright. 

 

On 6/15/2021 at 6:56 PM, bolverk said:

Holy shit this thread, especially tweet #10

 

Well now we know what all those many many important phone calls and meetings were about.  Between this and selling pardons, Donnie was a busy boy.

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2 hours ago, pyrohornIII said:

Well now we know what all those many many important phone calls and meetings were about.  Between this and selling pardons, Donnie was a busy boy.

so is this supposed to make me feel better that the guard rails worked?

they did, i guess. 

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1 hour ago, Judge Roybeanbag said:

In case anyone hits the pay wall:

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The day after the United Nations voted to recognize the People’s Republic of China, then–California Governor Ronald Reagan phoned President Richard Nixon at the White House and vented his frustration at the delegates who had sided against the United States. “Last night, I tell you, to watch that thing on television as I did,” Reagan said. “Yeah,” Nixon interjected. Reagan forged ahead with his complaint: “To see those, those monkeys from those African countries—damn them, they’re still uncomfortable wearing shoes!” Nixon gave a huge laugh.

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Had the story stopped there, it would have been bad enough. Racist venting is still racist. But what happened next showed the dynamic power of racism when it finds enablers. Nixon used Reagan’s call as an excuse to adapt his language to make the same point to others. Right after hanging up with Reagan, Nixon sought out Secretary of State William Rogers.

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“As you can imagine,” Nixon confided in Rogers, “there’s strong feeling that we just shouldn’t, as [Reagan] said, he saw these, as he said, he saw these—” Nixon stammered, choosing his words carefully—“these, uh, these cannibals on television last night, and he says, ‘Christ, they weren’t even wearing shoes, and here the United States is going to submit its fate to that,’ and so forth and so on.”

 

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In the fall of 1971, the Nixon administration was engaged in a massive welfare-reform effort, and was also facing school busing. These two issues apparently inspired Nixon to examine more deeply his own thinking on whether African Americans could make it in American society. Only three weeks before the call with Reagan, Nixon had revealed his opinions on Africans and African Americans in a conversation with the Harvard professor Daniel Patrick Moynihan, who had briefly served in the Nixon administration. Nixon was attracted to the theories of Richard Herrnstein and Arthur Jensen, which linked IQ to race, and wondered what Moynihan thought.

“I have reluctantly concluded, based at least on the evidence presently before me … that what Herrnstein says, and what was said earlier by Jensen, is probably … very close to the truth,” Nixon explained to a quiet Moynihan. Nixon believed in a hierarchy of races, with whites and Asians much higher up than people of African descent and Latinos. And he had convinced himself that it wasn’t racist to think black people, as a group, were inferior to whites, so long as he held them in paternalistic regard. “Within groups, there are geniuses,” Nixon said. “There are geniuses within black groups. There are more within Asian groups … This is knowledge that is better not to know.”

Nixon’s analysis of African leadership reflected his prejudice toward America’s black citizens. This is, at least, what he told Moynihan. “Have in mind one fact: Did you realize there is not, of the 40 or 45—you’re at the United Nations—black countries that are represented there, not one has a president or a prime minister who is there as a result of a contested election such as we were insisting upon in Vietnam?” And, he continued, a little later in the conversation: “I’m not saying that blacks cannot govern; I am saying they have a hell of a time. Now, that must demonstrate something.”

 

 

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Mike Pence wakes up everyday and politely thanks Donald Trump for ruining his life.
 
 
Mike Pence would be a sympathetic figure in this if he hadn't lied in lock step with Dotard and his lackies prior to the election. Also, that whole imposing his personal beliefs on people is a no go for me.
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