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February 7, 2020, 10:25 am
Hmmm, could it be that realistic members do not wish to waste their time replying to your erroneous farcical posts? The old saying rings true. Don't argue with morons because they beat you with experience.
Erroneous farcical posts? That's funny. Maybe it's just because morons don't know how to respond.



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Post by jai yen yen » February 7, 2020, 12:27 pm

i am not a Trump lover although I do respect what he has done and is still doing which is improving America and the lives of it's people. You can deny what you want but even a simple minded person should be able to see what is going on. The main reason I post on this subject is because I will always call B.S. when I hear it and there is a lot going on here.

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Re: The Historic Impeachment Trial of Trump

Post by tamada » February 7, 2020, 3:12 pm

jai yen yen wrote:
February 7, 2020, 12:27 pm
i am not a Trump lover although I do respect what he has done and is still doing which is improving America and the lives of it's people. You can deny what you want but even a simple minded person should be able to see what is going on. The main reason I post on this subject is because I will always call B.S. when I hear it and there is a lot going on here.
He's spending money like a drunken sailor so for the most part everyone is happy but it's their great grand-kids that will have to pay for this largesse. He'll be dead, so will his siblings but their siblings siblings will be OK burning page-by-page the two, thin books at the Trump Presidential Library to keep warm.

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Post by Doodoo » February 7, 2020, 3:20 pm

Jai I know wed is legal in Canada now but to smoke a blunt before entering anything here on UM is iffy.

Respect for the Golden Blunder
He is destroying the US and it once respected stance it had in the world. As for its citizens if you dont golf, or have a Billion dollars to give to him he couldn't give a ------

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Post by Doodoo » February 7, 2020, 6:11 pm

It seems that Donald Duck isnt improving the life style in this area Obama Care ,Medicare taking a back seat to more aircraft carriers, 1 Trillion USD spent on Iraq, Tariffs etc So how one could say he is improving the lifestyles of Americans
is beyond me

But there’s another major health threat that seems to be getting lost in the fray: the flu. An estimated 19 million Americans have been infected with the flu so far this season, and 180,000 of them have been hospitalized because of the illness, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The flu virus has already killed an estimated 10,000 people across the U.S., including 68 children, according to the CDC. In fact, the 2019-2020 flu season is shaping up to be one of the worst in years.

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Re: The Historic Impeachment Trial of Trump

Post by jai yen yen » February 8, 2020, 4:01 am

tamada wrote:
February 7, 2020, 3:12 pm
jai yen yen wrote:
February 7, 2020, 12:27 pm
i am not a Trump lover although I do respect what he has done and is still doing which is improving America and the lives of it's people. You can deny what you want but even a simple minded person should be able to see what is going on. The main reason I post on this subject is because I will always call B.S. when I hear it and there is a lot going on here.
He's spending money like a drunken sailor so for the most part everyone is happy but it's their great grand-kids that will have to pay for this largesse. He'll be dead, so will his siblings but their siblings siblings will be OK burning page-by-page the two, thin books at the Trump Presidential Library to keep warm.
He is spending to stimulate the economy, how it will end up I do not know for sure as I can't see into the future, I do know he has beaten Canada and Mexico in regards to a better trade deal for the U.S. and the U.S. has the lowest unemployment in nearly 50 years. He is also wrangling a better deal with China which will be a huge bonus for the states. How well would the economy be if the democrats were in power with all of their socialist policies? I think much worse.

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Re: The Historic Impeachment Trial of Trump

Post by Kenr6583 » February 8, 2020, 5:08 am

jai yen yen wrote:
February 8, 2020, 4:01 am
tamada wrote:
February 7, 2020, 3:12 pm
jai yen yen wrote:
February 7, 2020, 12:27 pm
i am not a Trump lover although I do respect what he has done and is still doing which is improving America and the lives of it's people. You can deny what you want but even a simple minded person should be able to see what is going on. The main reason I post on this subject is because I will always call B.S. when I hear it and there is a lot going on here.
He's spending money like a drunken sailor so for the most part everyone is happy but it's their great grand-kids that will have to pay for this largesse. He'll be dead, so will his siblings but their siblings siblings will be OK burning page-by-page the two, thin books at the Trump Presidential Library to keep warm.
He is spending to stimulate the economy, how it will end up I do not know for sure as I can't see into the future, I do know he has beaten Canada and Mexico in regards to a better trade deal for the U.S. and the U.S. has the lowest unemployment in nearly 50 years. He is also wrangling a better deal with China which will be a huge bonus for the states. How well would the economy be if the democrats were in power with all of their socialist policies? I think much worse.
If it's a good economy it would not need stimulation. It is actually a fake economy right now. And one day someone is going to have to pay it back. Who do you think that someone is? And those trade deals, nothing to brag about, just a different signature on it.

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Re: The Historic Impeachment Trial of Trump

Post by tamada » February 8, 2020, 6:05 am

jai yen yen wrote:
February 8, 2020, 4:01 am
tamada wrote:
February 7, 2020, 3:12 pm
jai yen yen wrote:
February 7, 2020, 12:27 pm
i am not a Trump lover although I do respect what he has done and is still doing which is improving America and the lives of it's people. You can deny what you want but even a simple minded person should be able to see what is going on. The main reason I post on this subject is because I will always call B.S. when I hear it and there is a lot going on here.
He's spending money like a drunken sailor so for the most part everyone is happy but it's their great grand-kids that will have to pay for this largesse. He'll be dead, so will his siblings but their siblings siblings will be OK burning page-by-page the two, thin books at the Trump Presidential Library to keep warm.
He is spending to stimulate the economy, how it will end up I do not know for sure as I can't see into the future, I do know he has beaten Canada and Mexico in regards to a better trade deal for the U.S. and the U.S. has the lowest unemployment in nearly 50 years. He is also wrangling a better deal with China which will be a huge bonus for the states. How well would the economy be if the democrats were in power with all of their socialist policies? I think much worse.
He is spending money to stimulate the economy [then insert comment that you don't have a clue about how that works in the real world followed by the standard '10 commandments' of DJT adulation to include the new but totally untested trade deals with near neighbors and the as-yet un-negotiated and thus irrelevant "but it will be beautiful" China trade agreement plus another claim that the unemployment decline that was already happening before he got the job is all due to his large, perfect brain. Then top it off with another pointlessly speculative "if Hillary" validation.]

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Re: The Historic Impeachment Trial of Trump

Post by Kenr6583 » February 8, 2020, 6:21 am

The measurement used to calculate unemployment is not 100% accurate.

"Unemployment is not an absolute calculation and it is prone to errors and biases related to data assembly and inconsistencies in reporting."

Calculating the unemployment rate is not an exact science, especially when part of the data is relied on surveys.

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Re: The Historic Impeachment Trial of Trump

Post by jai yen yen » February 8, 2020, 8:26 am

tamada wrote:
February 8, 2020, 6:05 am
jai yen yen wrote:
February 8, 2020, 4:01 am
tamada wrote:
February 7, 2020, 3:12 pm
jai yen yen wrote:
February 7, 2020, 12:27 pm
i am not a Trump lover although I do respect what he has done and is still doing which is improving America and the lives of it's people. You can deny what you want but even a simple minded person should be able to see what is going on. The main reason I post on this subject is because I will always call B.S. when I hear it and there is a lot going on here.
He's spending money like a drunken sailor so for the most part everyone is happy but it's their great grand-kids that will have to pay for this largesse. He'll be dead, so will his siblings but their siblings siblings will be OK burning page-by-page the two, thin books at the Trump Presidential Library to keep warm.
He is spending to stimulate the economy, how it will end up I do not know for sure as I can't see into the future, I do know he has beaten Canada and Mexico in regards to a better trade deal for the U.S. and the U.S. has the lowest unemployment in nearly 50 years. He is also wrangling a better deal with China which will be a huge bonus for the states. How well would the economy be if the democrats were in power with all of their socialist policies? I think much worse.
He is spending money to stimulate the economy [then insert comment that you don't have a clue about how that works in the real world followed by the standard '10 commandments' of DJT adulation to include the new but totally untested trade deals with near neighbors and the as-yet un-negotiated and thus irrelevant "but it will be beautiful" China trade agreement plus another claim that the unemployment decline that was already happening before he got the job is all due to his large, perfect brain. Then top it off with another pointlessly speculative "if Hillary" validation.]

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Re: The Historic Impeachment Trial of Trump

Post by tamada » February 8, 2020, 10:23 am

jai yen yen wrote:
February 8, 2020, 8:26 am
Did you run out of soy milk? A little pouty aren't you/
It's full fat actually. Darn! Another failed attempt to stick the wrong label where one isn't needed anyway.

Just having a joust with someone who, although he professes not to be Trump lover, doesn't have a single, original excuse for having such an obvious, raging boner for DJT.

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Post by Earnest » February 8, 2020, 10:33 am

Am I on the right thread, chaps? Yes, I think I am so here goes. :D

Trump fires two impeachment witnesses
US President Donald Trump has dismissed two senior officials who testified against him at his impeachment trial.
The US envoy to the EU, Gordon Sondland, said he "was advised today that the president intends to recall me effective immediately".
Just hours earlier, Lt Col Alexander Vindman, a top expert on Ukraine, was escorted from the White House.
Mr Trump is said to desire a staff shake-up after senators cleared him in the impeachment case on Wednesday.
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-51408704

All rather unfortunate if you consider how many people the old boy has fired during his term. Obviously, I don't have the experience that the President has in running teams but I have two and I work hard to keep my chaps because the issue is that you lose experience. :(

I may drop the old fella a line on his Twitter page.
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Post by jackspratt » February 8, 2020, 11:26 am

Telling the truth is never going to get you far in the strange world that is the Bloated Orange Bullshiitter.

In fact, it is the very antithesis of his existence, as demonstrated time after time after time.

Not that that small fact will change the steel trap minds of the hypocritical christians, and Trump priapists, both here and in the general US population. :D

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Post by semperfiguy » February 8, 2020, 11:38 am

I read some interesting stats on the following website:

https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2 ... elections/

It seems that roughly 70% of people that vote Republican have religious affiliations, and 70% of people that vote Democratic have no religious affiliation. What this tells me is that there is more to the political divide than just a difference of opinions. We're talking about the root of the reasons why people are liberal versus conservative. It's good versus evil, it's God-fearing versus God hating/indifference and it's a Christian worldview versus a hodgepodge of conflicting worldviews. No liberal is going to change his/her worldview overnight, and the same goes for the Christian. It has taken years for this far-left liberal ideology to manifest into the insanity that we are witnessing today, and I suspect that a monster has surfaced which will not be easily suppressed. The strategy of "winning hearts and minds" through dialog with a liberal is like trying to convert an ISIS fighter to a Christian worldview. A hardened heart on two feet walking in darkness is a terror to be reckoned with. I'm afraid that America is in a fight for its very survival. "The Only Thing Necessary for the Triumph of Evil is that Good Men Do Nothing"! The only way to turn the tide of this scourge is for all decent freedom loving people to get off their couch and vote Republican for the House, Senate and Presidency on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. I promise you...you will not like the alternative!
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Post by Earnest » February 8, 2020, 11:48 am

Oh, I'm not so sure. I rather like living in a secular society, which England is, of course (<5% regularly attend church). I don't see it as a descent into hell.
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Post by anefarious1 » February 8, 2020, 11:53 am

semperfiguy wrote:
February 8, 2020, 11:38 am
I read some interesting stats on the following website:

https://www.pewresearch.org/.../how-religious-groups.../

It seems that roughly 70% of people that vote Republican have religious affiliations, and 70% of people that vote Democratic have no religious affiliation. What this tells me is that there is more to the political divide than just a difference of opinions. We're talking about the root of the reasons why people are liberal versus conservative. It's good versus evil, it's God-fearing versus God hating/indifference and it's a Christian worldview versus a hodgepodge of conflicting worldviews. No liberal is going to change his/her worldview overnight, and the same goes for the Christian. It has taken years for this far-left liberal ideology to manifest into the insanity that we are witnessing today, and I suspect that a monster has surfaced which will not be easily suppressed. The strategy of "winning hearts and minds" through dialog with a liberal is like trying to convert an ISIS fighter to a Christian worldview. A hardened heart on two feet walking in darkness is a terror to be reckoned with. I'm afraid that America is in a fight for its very survival. "The Only Thing Necessary for the Triumph of Evil is that Good Men Do Nothing"! The only way to turn the tide of this scourge is for all decent freedom loving people to get off their couch and vote Republican for the House, Senate and Presidency on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. I promise you...you will not like the alternative!
So let me get this straight...

Religious folks want Donald Duck to lead them — the same guy who paid hush money to a stripper for sex while he was newly married with an infant at home and then lied about the whole thing? The same guy who says he never had to ask God for forgiveness? The same guy who is so immoral that it would be too time consuming to list all his disgraceful transgressions here.

Here are Ten Reasons You Can't Be a Christian and Vote For Trump:

https://www.dallasnews.com/opinion/comm ... ald-trump/
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Post by semperfiguy » February 8, 2020, 12:41 pm

anefarious1 wrote:
February 8, 2020, 11:53 am
semperfiguy wrote:
February 8, 2020, 11:38 am
I read some interesting stats on the following website:

https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2 ... elections/

It seems that roughly 70% of people that vote Republican have religious affiliations, and 70% of people that vote Democratic have no religious affiliation. What this tells me is that there is more to the political divide than just a difference of opinions. We're talking about the root of the reasons why people are liberal versus conservative. It's good versus evil, it's God-fearing versus God hating/indifference and it's a Christian worldview versus a hodgepodge of conflicting worldviews. No liberal is going to change his/her worldview overnight, and the same goes for the Christian. It has taken years for this far-left liberal ideology to manifest into the insanity that we are witnessing today, and I suspect that a monster has surfaced which will not be easily suppressed. The strategy of "winning hearts and minds" through dialog with a liberal is like trying to convert an ISIS fighter to a Christian worldview. A hardened heart on two feet walking in darkness is a terror to be reckoned with. I'm afraid that America is in a fight for its very survival. "The Only Thing Necessary for the Triumph of Evil is that Good Men Do Nothing"! The only way to turn the tide of this scourge is for all decent freedom loving people to get off their couch and vote Republican for the House, Senate and Presidency on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. I promise you...you will not like the alternative!
So let me get this straight...

Religious folks want Donald Duck to lead them — the same guy who paid hush money to a stripper for sex while he was newly married with an infant at home and then lied about it the whole thing? The same guy who says he never had to ask God for forgiveness? The same guy who is so immoral that it would be too time consuming to list all his disgraceful transgressions here.

Here are Ten Reasons You Can't Be a Christian and Vote For Trump:

https://www.dallasnews.com/opinion/comm ... ald-trump/

Why does everyone always want to change the conversation and focus on the sins of Donald Trump when we've all missed the mark and fallen short of the glory of God? Let him who is without sin cast the first stone.

The real question should be "are we ready to accept the alternative"? Would you rather have a communist or socialist for president, or perhaps you'd like to have an inexperienced young homosexual leading the country with his gay husband as 1st "who knows what" in the White House chasing all the male staffers around. If you think the LGBTQ community is out of control now, just wait till Mayor Pete starts pushing that agenda. Is this really what you want in America?
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Post by joudon » February 8, 2020, 1:01 pm

Whatever people think of Christianity, the 10 commandments ( read themsometime) form the basis of civilised society.

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Post by jackspratt » February 8, 2020, 1:07 pm

joudon wrote:
February 8, 2020, 1:01 pm
Whatever people think of Christianity, the 10 commandments ( read themsometime) form the basis of civilised society.
However, last time I read them they didn't give carte blanche to breathtaking cant, hypocrisy and bigotry. =;

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Re: The Historic Impeachment Trial of Trump

Post by joudon » February 8, 2020, 1:13 pm

Show me a politician who is not hypocritical

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