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« on: July 29, 2017, 09:38:45 AM »
While there is an unspoken fear that the Blue Collar
will see any move to unseat Trump as a betrayal, ther is a far greater danger to the party. Trump's refusal to deal with pan American immigration, will drive them into Democratic hands. If that is allowed to happen, the Republican Party will become irrelevant because
of the numbers.
We had all hoped Trump would rise to his surroundings but we're past that now. Dismissing Mueller of making Kushner unavailable will be
fruitless.
Sessions' refusal to step down is far reaching. He has served notice to Trump that he is subordinated and charges may be pending. It appears
that Jared Kushner has violated U>S> law in failing to register as an agent of a foreign power; by extension, his father-in-law has as well.
Trump's complete concessions to Russia have given Mueller access to any and all sources, protected or not. Trump cannot stipulate terms for
departure, he can only accept them. Any attempt to demur will result in action that will spare no one.
We must put aside old resentments and impossible loyalties the people have done all they can be asked for in elevating this man. now they are
entitled to relief.

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Re: departure
« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2017, 10:12:53 AM »
Oh good God, turn off the TV you mind numbed dolt!
Every piece of tripe you just spewed came from the lips of a NY Slimes Urinalist, fed to a CNN DNC operative talking head, for the consumption of the uninformed, idiot lib voter.

Talking points, anyone? Boy, have you got it bad...
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Re: departure
« Reply #2 on: July 29, 2017, 10:13:08 AM »
Do you seriously not know to not hold down the shift key while hitting the '.' key?

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Re: departure
« Reply #3 on: July 29, 2017, 10:14:12 AM »
Do you seriously not know to not hold down the shift key while hitting the '.' key?
After reading that shit, did you really have to ask? :lol:
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Re: departure
« Reply #4 on: July 29, 2017, 10:15:14 AM »
After reading that shit, did you really have to ask? :lol:

Do they not teach proofreading in school anymore?  I mean, just give it a quick glance before making public to all the internet.

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Re: departure
« Reply #5 on: July 29, 2017, 11:02:32 AM »
Another wandering liberal found our site.
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Re: departure
« Reply #6 on: July 29, 2017, 12:05:02 PM »
Another wandering liberal found our site.
Don't think this wandering liberal will be entertaining, I believe we just read his best.

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Re: departure
« Reply #7 on: July 29, 2017, 01:17:42 PM »
While there is an unspoken fear that the Blue Collar
will see any move to unseat Trump as a betrayal, ther is a far greater danger to the party. Trump's refusal to deal with pan American immigration, will drive them into Democratic hands. If that is allowed to happen, the Republican Party will become irrelevant because
of the numbers.
We had all hoped Trump would rise to his surroundings but we're past that now. Dismissing Mueller of making Kushner unavailable will be
fruitless.
Sessions' refusal to step down is far reaching. He has served notice to Trump that he is subordinated and charges may be pending. It appears
that Jared Kushner has violated U>S> law in failing to register as an agent of a foreign power; by extension, his father-in-law has as well.
Trump's complete concessions to Russia have given Mueller access to any and all sources, protected or not. Trump cannot stipulate terms for
departure, he can only accept them. Any attempt to demur will result in action that will spare no one.
We must put aside old resentments and impossible loyalties the people have done all they can be asked for in elevating this man. now they are
entitled to relief.

Welcome to the forum, but I am puzzled by your post and I am trying to decipher what your post is supposed to be about.  It is entitled "departure" and the actual post itself seems to ramble a bit.  I am not trying to be critical, I'm trying to grasp what you're trying to convey. Since there is no link to any article, I assume that this is your opinion on the Trump/Sessions relationship, or am I missing the point here?
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Re: departure
« Reply #8 on: July 29, 2017, 01:58:24 PM »
Do they not teach proofreading in school anymore?  I mean, just give it a quick glance before making public to all the internet.

Even if they don't, there's grammarcheck.

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Re: departure
« Reply #9 on: July 29, 2017, 03:46:08 PM »
Welcome to the forum, but I am puzzled by your post and I am trying to decipher what your post is supposed to be about.  It is entitled "departure" and the actual post itself seems to ramble a bit.  I am not trying to be critical, I'm trying to grasp what you're trying to convey. Since there is no link to any article, I assume that this is your opinion on the Trump/Sessions relationship, or am I missing the point here?
Think Russian leftist troll, using a Spanish language translation program via into English.
Seriously, it's why his use of certain words simply don't fit, and the disconnect in structure, but he has a solid grip on leftist talking points.

Check out the first paragraph, it's all over the map and full of disconnects, as in, : "While there is an unspoken fear that the Blue Collar
will see any move to unseat Trump as a betrayal, ther is a far greater danger to the party
."

Say what? ? ? What blue collar, and since when did anyone but the left want to Impeach Trump?

Then he follows with: "Trump's refusal to deal with pan American immigration,  will drive them into Democratic hands."
Again, WTF? Who uses Pan American in the US press outside of a politically correct Marxist? Someone not living in North America, that's who, as in Russian troll.

And finally, this BS: "If that is allowed to happen, the Republican Party will become irrelevant because
of the numbers.
"

ROFL, as if a handful of illegals voting could save the Dim party from its own self inflicted gun shot to the head, attempted suicide.
And all that was in the opening paragraph. :lol:
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Re: departure
« Reply #10 on: July 29, 2017, 03:53:46 PM »
For a second there, I was imagining myself as a FISH, maybe a Wahoo or Yellow Fin Tuna off the coast...  and someone just dumped a bucket of fresh bait into the water, and started "trolling" through it.   

Whadda think we are, a school of "suckers"?

BTW... I really, really, really like Jeff Sessions, he's most likely to nail the Clintons and make it stick - anyone else is questionable.

Oh.. did I get the subject wrong... you're departing, never mind. :mellow:
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Re: departure
« Reply #11 on: July 29, 2017, 04:08:18 PM »
For a second there, I was imagining myself as a FISH, maybe a Wahoo or Yellow Fin Tuna off the coast...  and someone just dumped a bucket of fresh bait into the water, and started "trolling" through it.   

Whadda think we are, a school of "suckers"?

BTW... I really, really, really like Jeff Sessions, he's most likely to nail the Clintons and make it stick - anyone else is questionable.

Oh.. did I get the subject wrong... you're departing, never mind. :mellow:
Yeah, he had a departure from reality. :laugh:
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Re: departure
« Reply #12 on: July 29, 2017, 04:12:33 PM »
Yeah, he had a departure from reality. :laugh:
Maybe he was Grandpa having a religious experience at a stop light....?
http://conservativepoliticalforum.com/jokes/grandma-still-drives/

the funniest stuff usually has a bit of reality mixed in.
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Re: departure
« Reply #13 on: July 29, 2017, 08:07:09 PM »
While there is an unspoken fear that the Blue Collar
will see any move to unseat Trump as a betrayal, ther is a far greater danger to the party. Trump's refusal to deal with pan American immigration, will drive them into Democratic hands. If that is allowed to happen, the Republican Party will become irrelevant because of the numbers

The democrats already have a lock on pan american voters.

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We had all hoped Trump would rise to his surroundings but we're past that now. Dismissing Mueller of making Kushner unavailable will be
fruitless.

Meuller is still investigating and Kushner has appeared in front of congress in a closed door meeting.

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Sessions' refusal to step down is far reaching. He has served notice to Trump that he is subordinated and charges may be pending.


He has not refused to step down. He has not been asked to step down. He said he would step down if asked.


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It appears
that Jared Kushner has violated U>S> law in failing to register as an agent of a foreign power; by extension, his father-in-law has as well.

What law exactly?

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Trump's complete concessions to Russia have given Mueller access to any and all sources, protected or not. Trump cannot stipulate terms for
departure, he can only accept them. Any attempt to demur will result in action that will spare no one.
We must put aside old resentments and impossible loyalties the people have done all they can be asked for in elevating this man. now they are
entitled to relief.

Is this supposed to be English or did you simply throw a dictionary into a wood chipper?
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Re: departure
« Reply #14 on: July 29, 2017, 08:34:34 PM »
The democrats already have a lock on pan american voters.

Meuller is still investigating and Kushner has appeared in front of congress in a closed door meeting.
 

He has not refused to step down. He has not been asked to step down. He said he would step down if asked.


What law exactly?

Is this supposed to be English or did you simply throw a dictionary into a wood chipper?

It's postmodern composition.

These days they structure sentences the way Tarantino structures plot.

Who needs the antiquated subject-verb-object structure? Just dump a whole bunch of words in a blender and hit puree.
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