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7 minutes ago, Jon Letendre said:

No, Jonathan. What the sick and disgusting, gaslighting, mentally ill narcissist pig meant by her l”egitimate question” was the snicker snicker tee hee ‘oh my god where did you even go to college?’ That was her “legitimate question.”

You have me dead to rights here, that was my sick disgusting gaslighting  mentally ill etc. question, in aid of questioning the universal significance of one poll taken on a college campus.

Guilty as charged.

Interesting to note that you are prejudiced against pigs, and probably all swine in general, no doubt due to your inadequate education. Pigs are very clean and intelligent animals,  ask Lord Emsworth.

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Well numbers don’t lie.

     Under Trump the unemployment rate is the lowest it has ever been.  It’s as close to full employment that has ever occurred.  As far as I can tell, anyone that doesn’t have a job isn’t looking very hard.

It is kind of sad how many leftists accuse him of being a racist yet more Black people are now employed than at any time in the last 40 years?

I admit that the ongoing trade disputes between Canada and the US, had even me a little worried.

65ish% of Canada’s trade is with the US. and Trudeau doesn’t understand a thing about trade negotiations, my hope is that the liberals are toast up here in next year’s election and the conservatives get back in(as faulty as they are).

   Michael was correct, Trump DID say “fuck it, let’s get rid of all tariffs on both sides of the border” but nooooo Trudeau was more freaking interested in promoting women’s rights, lgbt rights and any other perceived minorities rights.

    Why not just freaking well protect Individual rights so that ALL perceived minorities rights are completely covered?  Too hard of a concept I guess?

    Anyways I’m hoping for the best.

 

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9 minutes ago, caroljane said:

You have me dead to rights here, that was my sick disgusting gaslighting  mentally ill etc. question, in aid of questioning the universal significance of one poll taken on a college campus.

Guilty as charged.

Interesting to note that you are prejudiced against pigs, and probably all swine in general, no doubt due to your inadequate education. Pigs are very clean and intelligent animals,  ask Lord Emsworth.

I like pigs...bacon, pork chops, ham..

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16 minutes ago, Jon Letendre said:

More worthless crap designed only to prevent discussion. That’s what Carol is here for, Billyboy, too. To distract and misdirect and make sure open discussion of ideas cannot occur. They are here to belittle, put down and laugh, so that anyone new to Rand who stumbles by and may have been interested in a place that is safer than most places to discuss Rand’s ideas in open welcoming atmosphere will choose to keep looking elsewhere.

Well why didn't you say you were interested in Rand?  I have written a lot about her here, but the only things I have seen you write about were Donald Trump and pedophilia morning, noon and night, and how people need to be rounded up and lynched and whatnot.

If I have been making people feel unsafe to talk Rand here, the elsewhere is easily found . SOLO is the domain of "Righteous Anger" Linz, wannabe Kiwi Alex Jones, and he is pretty much angry all the time, and he would welcome you with open talons.

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18 minutes ago, Jon Letendre said:

I saw a study, I’ll try to find it, that said that leftists are physically ugly, usually fat. How much do you weigh, Carol?

https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.theglobeandmail.com/amp/life/the-hot-button/republican-women-prettier-than-democrats-study-finds/article4599856/

You might be onto something there Jon lol.

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Just now, Jules Troy said:

Well of  course we are all fat and ugly, but why should I answer your question when you wouldn't answer mine?

I have read studies that said Trump worshippers tend to be, to put it delicately, non-readers.

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8 hours ago, caroljane said:

I have read studies that said Trump worshippers tend to be, to put it delicately, non-readers.

Oh, yes, there's the haughty bitterness of the pretend elite! 

'Member back just a few years ago when those same illiterate derelicts were democrats? They were darlings back then. Common man heroes. The salt of the earth. They were the real people, the lifeblood of the party, the core and reason of its existence.

Now? The party has decided that there are better sob stories to be taken advantage of for the sake of elite power, so screw the worthless idiot common men. Let's mock them now. They're not obeying us, their betters. How dare they. They were always losers, but they should have been loyal and obedient to us even when we stopped campaigning to them and pretending to look out for their interests. Riffraff. Rabble. Cattle in need of our elite, learned prod. Oh, oh, how shall I put it delicately, Lord Plimperton, but they are very much like the dumb beasts of the fields, and even have an unpleasant odour about them. Ish, ish, I say.

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1 hour ago, Jonathan said:

Oh, yes, there's the haughty bitterness of the pretend elite! 

Jonathan,

This guy is a Trump supporter and he is a probably a non-reader. He retired as the world's the most famous brain surgeon, but who's looking at details?

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Probably a non-black, too.

:evil:  :) 

He's such a cultural zero he's on President Trump's cabinet helping poor black people who want to do great things like what he did with his life.

Michael

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1 hour ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

Jonathan,

This guy is a Trump supporter and he is a probably a non-reader. He retired as the world's the most famous brain surgeon, but who's looking at details?

07.11.2018-08.38.png

Probably a non-black, too.

:evil:  :) 

He's such a cultural zero he's on President Trump's cabinet helping poor black people who want to do great things like what he did with his life.

Michael

Heh. Exactly.

I think that Carol perfectly captures the left's mindset of self-graded entitlement to power over others:

Gather in the faculty lounge, bask in their own perceived status as being the best and brightest, and theorize and pontificate on how best to maintain and enhance their own power by fooling the dumb herd with schemes too complex for them to understand and reject. Pose as their protectors, promise them hope and change, and convince them to believe the lies. After all, they are uneducated, and therefore are unaware of the brutal history of the results of the same theories and lies of the past. When the promises are broken, and the theories fail in reality, and pain is delivered where paradise was promised, mock the herd for walking away and taking their votes elsewhere. How dare they trust reality, perceived through their own lowly, uneducated eyes, over their superiors' academic theoretical brilliance! The left is smarter! The proof is in their degrees and awards and published papers, and, most of all, in their haughtiness. Only uneducated dolts would measure the left's status by how well their ideas and policies have worked out in reality.

They didn't learn their lesson in the last election. Geniuses.

J

 

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In the gadda da vida, honey ...

11 hours ago, OL's Resident Dale Carnegie impersonator said:

[T]he sick and disgusting, gaslighting, mentally ill narcissist pig

"Also, flame wars will be extinguis[h]ed the moment they erupt. We will try to be as diplomatic as possible about this but gratuitous insults are not tolerated. We hold good manners as a value in exchanging ideas."

"On an emotional level, we nurture positive emotions like love, admiration, curiosity, etc., and not negative ones like hatred, contempt, rage, etc. This is not an exclusive policy, since some things must be condemned, but predominance is on the positive side."
 

And then there's Maude.

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3 minutes ago, william.scherk said:

In the gadda da vida, honey ...

"Also, flame wars will be extinguis[h]ed the moment they erupt. We will try to be as diplomatic as possible about this but gratuitous insults are not tolerated. We hold good manners as a value in exchanging ideas."

"On an emotional level, we nurture positive emotions like love, admiration, curiosity, etc., and not negative ones like hatred, contempt, rage, etc. This is not an exclusive policy, since some things must be condemned, but predominance is on the positive side."
 

And then there's Maude.

Go fuck yourself. You, she and others are on record here laughing and backslapping about the child rape.

Go. Fuck. Your. Disgusting, subhuman, self.

Thanks.

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Trump, Germany, Russia, NATO ...  natural gas, delinquent, deficit

On 7/9/2018 at 8:48 AM, william.scherk said:

Trump, Putin, NATO ...

Trump begins NATO summit with attacks on 'delinquent' allies

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President Trump on Wednesday wasted no time at the NATO summit in airing grievances over a perceived lack of defense spending by allies, previewing what is likely to be a confrontational next couple of days in Belgium.

Trump started the day by meeting with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, and upon his arrival took credit for an increase in defense spending among alliance members. 

However, Trump said that hike is "not nearly enough."

"Many countries are not paying what they should. And, frankly, many countries owe us a tremendous amount of money for many years back, where they're delinquent, as far as I'm concerned, because the United States has had to pay for them," Trump said.  
"So if you go back 10 or 20 years, you'll just add it all up. It's massive amounts of money is owed," he added.

Trump has repeatedly criticized NATO allies for not spending enough on defense, a criticism that has added to tensions between the U.S. and traditional allies such as Germany, France and the United Kingdom that has been further exacerbated by a growing fight over trade. 

The U.S. does spend far more on defense than other members of NATO, with U.S. spending representing about 70 percent of the alliance's total. 

At the same time, NATO officials have been quick to point out that other countries have increased their spending each year since 2015. 

NATO members agreed in 2014 to spend at least 2 percent of their respective gross domestic product on defense by 2024.

This year, seven of the 28 non-U.S. members are meeting or are expected to meet the 2 percent goal, and alliance spending is expected to increase by another 3.78 percent. Additionally, 15 members have plans to meet the 2 percent goal by the 2024 deadline.

The goals are also for each country's own defense budget, not payments into the alliance.

Those efforts have been unsatisfactory to Trump, however, who has for months pushed allies to increase spending and has complained that the U.S. is unfairly burdened with higher costs for little gain.

"You know, we're protecting Germany, we're protecting France. We're protecting everybody. And yet we're paying a lot of money to protect," Trump said.

Trump's opening remarks on Wednesday underscored the president's increasingly hostile rhetoric toward long-time U.S. allies.

In addition to railing against spending discrepancies, Trump claimed Germany is "captive to Russia" because of a gas pipeline deal between the two countries.

"If you look at it, Germany is a captive of Russia because they supply," Trump said during his meeting with Stoltenberg. "They got rid of their coal plants. They got rid of their nuclear. They're getting so much of the oil and gas from Russia. I think it's something that NATO has to look at. I think it's very inappropriate."

Stoltenberg attempted to downplay Trump's concerns and urge unity, while acknowledging that a group as large as NATO is bound to have disagreements.

"The strength of NATO is that despite these differences, we have always been able to unite around our core task, to protect and defend each other, because we understand that we are stronger together than apart," he said.

Trump was unmoved, asserting that the deal was "just making Russia richer."

German Chancellor Angela Merkel also defended the agreement, saying Germany is able to make "independent decisions." She added that Germany is among the largest troop contributors to NATO.

The exchange served as a preview of what is to come for the rest of Trump's stay in Brussels. [...]

 

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39 minutes ago, Jonathan said:

I think that Carol perfectly captures the left's mindset of self-graded entitlement to power over others:

Jonathan,

Carol certainly stepped in it by letting loose such an elitist-like prejudiced comment:

11 hours ago, caroljane said:

I have read studies that said Trump worshippers tend to be, to put it delicately, non-readers.

All anyone has to do is go to Amazon, click on books as category, then type Trump into the search field, like here.

As of this post, there are 101 pages of results with at least 12 books sold per page. That comes to about 1,200 books on Trump. Let's knock off a couple of hundred for books that have Trump in the title, but deal with topics like how to play bridge, and that leaves about 1,000. Then let's say only half of them present President Trump in a favorable light. We are talking about 500 books dealing with Trump from a positive angle being sold this very minute on Amazon. Many of these books have best-seller status, too. 

Somebody is reading those books. It's reasonable to assume that people who buy books read them. At least many do. And these are not people who hate President Trump. They are Trump supporters. What's more, this particular search is for books only about Trump. God knows what else the people who read these books read. 

Probably books...

:) 

This is kinda obvious, so I'm surprised someone as intelligent as Carol would miss it and talk about a study of Trump supporters being non-readers. And calling them "Trump worshippers" at that. You know, that almost sounds like something a bigot would say...

:evil:  :) 

Michael

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26 minutes ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

Jonathan,

Carol certainly stepped in it by letting loose such an elitist-like prejudiced comment:

All anyone has to do is go to Amazon, click on books as category, then type Trump into the search field, like here.

As of this post, there are 101 pages of results with at least 12 books sold per page. That comes to about 1,200 books on Trump. Let's knock off a couple of hundred for books that have Trump in the title, but deal with topics like how to play bridge, and that leaves about 1,000. Then let's say only half of them present President Trump in a favorable light. We are talking about 500 books dealing with Trump from a positive angle being sold this very minute on Amazon. Many of these books have best-seller status, too. 

Somebody is reading those books. It's reasonable to assume that people who buy books read them. At least many do. And these are not people who hate President Trump. They are Trump supporters. What's more, this particular search is for books only about Trump. God knows what else the people who read these books read. 

Probably books...

:) 

This is kinda obvious, so I'm surprised someone as intelligent as Carol would miss it and talk about a study of Trump supporters being non-readers. And calling them "Trump worshippers" at that. You know, that almost sounds like something a bigot would say...

:evil:  :) 

Michael

Who is Donald Trump ? 

Who is John Galt ? 

I cannot wait to read Trumps book about 2016- 2024 , that’s going to be the greatest read ever ! 

Atlas ain’t Shrugging anymore , could be the title 

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22 minutes ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

This is kinda obvious, so I'm surprised someone as intelligent as Carol would miss it and talk about a study of Trump supporters being non-readers. And calling them "Trump worshippers" at that. You know, that almost sounds like something a bigot would say...

Indeed. And Carol isn't alone in showing her colors. We're seeing it in the culture everywhere. They can't get a grip on themselves in the way that Obama always could. He was cool as a cucumber while lusting for power and selling his lies. He knew he had to wear the happy mask to hide the monster. The new left seems to believe that the monster is just fine, and is going to attract people.

Cool. Go for it, kids. Knock yourselves out with the campaign strategy of insulting the voters.

 

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5 minutes ago, Jonathan said:

Indeed. And Carol isn't alone in showing her colors. We're seeing it in the culture everywhere. They can't get a grip on themselves in the way that Obama always could. He was cool as a cucumber while lusting for power and selling his lies. He knew he had to wear the happy mask to hide the monster. The new left seems to believe that the monster is just fine, and is going to attract people.

Cool. Go for it, kids. Knock yourselves out with the campaign strategy of insulting the voters.

 

And they haven’t even started to turn on each other in earnest yet.

I so look forward to watching them tear each other apart in the final act.

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14 hours ago, caroljane said:

Marc, capable of what? Blowing up, or else intimidating an alien life force through sign language on his tiny fingers ?

You know I love your enthusiasm and optimism, but come on.

Stormy said "he was average," and you know you can trust a merchant.

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2 hours ago, william.scherk said:

In the gadda da vida, honey ...

"Also, flame wars will be extinguis[h]ed the moment they erupt. We will try to be as diplomatic as possible about this but gratuitous insults are not tolerated. We hold good manners as a value in exchanging ideas."

"On an emotional level, we nurture positive emotions like love, admiration, curiosity, etc., and not negative ones like hatred, contempt, rage, etc. This is not an exclusive policy, since some things must be condemned, but predominance is on the positive side."
 

And then there's Maude.

Maude? I like the theme song to "WKRP in Cincinnati." "Magnum P.I." is pretty good. Does President Trump like music?  

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54 minutes ago, Jon Letendre said:

And they haven’t even started to turn on each other in earnest yet.

I so look forward to watching them tear each other apart in the final act.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has many of them terrified. She's openly standing for what they've tried so hard to deny believing in for decades. I think she'll be a major cause of dems tearing each other apart. 

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Finally, a heroic Demoncrat with "true socialist values who isn't an old fart like Bernie." Let's see. They have Poco-hauntus  (Elizabeth Warren) and now this pretty Latina. What a one two punch! Trump may even win Minnesota in 2020. 

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7 hours ago, Jon Letendre said:

Go fuck yourself. You, she and others are on record here laughing and backslapping about the child rape.

Go. Fuck. Your. Disgusting, subhuman, self.

Thanks.

You better not be lumping me into laughing about child rape, that’s not a laughing matter.

I am guilty of busting your balls for being a jerk to an elderly woman.  That’s it, that’s all.

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9 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

Jonathan,

Carol certainly stepped in it by letting loose such an elitist-like prejudiced comment:

All anyone has to do is go to Amazon, click on books as category, then type Trump into the search field, like here.

As of this post, there are 101 pages of results with at least 12 books sold per page. That comes to about 1,200 books on Trump. Let's knock off a couple of hundred for books that have Trump in the title, but deal with topics like how to play bridge, and that leaves about 1,000. Then let's say only half of them present President Trump in a favorable light. We are talking about 500 books dealing with Trump from a positive angle being sold this very minute on Amazon. Many of these books have best-seller status, too. 

Somebody is reading those books. It's reasonable to assume that people who buy books read them. At least many do. And these are not people who hate President Trump. They are Trump supporters. What's more, this particular search is for books only about Trump. God knows what else the people who read these books read. 

Probably books...

:) 

This is kinda obvious, so I'm surprised someone as intelligent as Carol would miss it and talk about a study of Trump supporters being non-readers. And calling them "Trump worshippers" at that. You know, that almost sounds like something a bigot would say...

:evil:  :) 

Michael

Indeed it does. It sounds like something a person did say who is bigoted against Jon Letendre. "an individual" as the courts say, but I have seen no evidence of individuality in him, nothing that he doesn't get direct from Trump Worshippers headquarters or Conspiracy Today. His obscene juvenile attacks on me are justified , because I am a leftist, and any filth he throws is fair, because after all, the left is always worse than anything the right could ever do, or say . I am bigoted, against bigots like him, oh yes.

You betcha.

Now if you will excuse me, I am late for my Luciferian study group at the Reformed Brandenite Brotherhood.

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