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7 days ago  ::  Jun 11, 2019 - 9:10PM #581
louisiana_lightning
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Jun 11, 2019 -- 8:51PM, NY23 wrote:


Jun 11, 2019 -- 8:26PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jun 11, 2019 -- 8:18PM, NY23 wrote:


What should put fear in every American is the modern conservative


movement:  A toxic mix of faux Christianity, plutocratic socialism,


and white supremacy.




Nah, it’s pro religious freedom, pro free exchange, and anti-identity politics.


Not nearly as frightening as Modern Monetary Theory which history should tell us can’t work.




Let's return to reality:


1. Religious freedom is a politically correct matter to describe


religious tyranny. Religious freedom, for example, is too oppose


gay marriage. Religious tyranny is too make gay marriage illegal.


I would prefer the government be out of the marriage business all together.


2. There is not free exchange will one has overwhelming power over


another: plutocratic socialism.


The politically connected will always hold the power


3. The conservative movement is all about identity politics; the movement


is just dishonest about it.


I honestly would like to get past all the arbitrary differences that divide us and look out for the ultimate oppressed minority... the individual.





6 days ago  ::  Jun 12, 2019 - 10:57AM #582
yankoldfan
Posts: 7,011

Jun 11, 2019 -- 6:49PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jun 11, 2019 -- 9:33AM, bertram wrote:


BTW, I saw somewhere a post saying all of our recent presidents were deeply flawed human beings.  My question is...


What was wrong with President Obama, other than having the wrong skin color and a (D) after his name?




I think he was disingenuous and has poor dogma.  It really bugged me how someone who taught at all places the University of Chicago with their esteemed history in economics could be that dismissive of libertarian views to the point he would pretend they didn’t exist or disqualify them as doing nothing.  That nothing would have been far more effective and less expensive than his something.


Racking up the highest deficit in history and bragging that he cut it in half by the end of his Presidency, it was still significantly above normal.


I could relate to his upbringing because we were both raised by single mothers with the assistance of devoted grandparents.  How he handled it bothered me.  It seemed to me he was rather critical of his grandparents, the people that were there and raised him as their own and placed his father on a pedestal that he was unworthy of.  His father took several wives and sired several children while working as an anti-colonialist communist economist.  He died drunk driving, this was not a person to revere or follow the dreams of.  Preaching collectivism while leaving a wake of broken lives in your path following your appetites is hypocritical.  To his credit Barack seems to be a solid family man, I am sure he learned that from Dunhams and not his deadbeat father.


Obama had the opportunity to unite us and help guide us towards a post racial society.  Instead when opportunities arose he would fall back to the community organizer activist language that sows division.


I don’t think he is a bad man but I don’t think he was a good or particularly honest President.




But-but-but you would vote for him again ??? Not because he's good for the country, but he's good for your pocket book ???

6 days ago  ::  Jun 12, 2019 - 11:03AM #583
bertram
Posts: 7,987

"Obama had the opportunity to unite us and help guide us towards a post racial society."


Obama was fought tooth and nail by a Republican Party that wanted nothing to do with racial unity or with compromise on legislation.  The GOP feeds on racial discord.  Have you been living on the moon?  The Republican leadership held a meeting the night of Obama's inauguration and vowed right then and there to oppose everything Obama proposed...without exception.

6 days ago  ::  Jun 12, 2019 - 11:11AM #584
yankoldfan
Posts: 7,011

Jun 12, 2019 -- 11:03AM, bertram wrote:


"Obama had the opportunity to unite us and help guide us towards a post racial society."


Obama was fought tooth and nail by a Republican Party that wanted nothing to do with racial unity or with compromise on legislation.  The GOP feeds on racial discord.  Have you been living on the moon?  The Republican leadership held a meeting the night of Obama's inauguration and vowed right then and there to oppose everything Obama proposed...without exception.




Mitch McConnel said from day one of the Obama administration he would do everything in his power to see that Obama would be a one term POTUS, when that didn't happen he did everything in his power to block every bill that came in front of him that was put forth by Obama to never happen... Today the R. party knew just what a dick head donald is/was, yet they knew that he would push all their agenda's through, but now they don't know what to do with him, still they look forward to him and their party to get some more crap pushed on the American people with donald as the idiot in control...

6 days ago  ::  Jun 12, 2019 - 11:15AM #585
NY23
Posts: 1,180

6 days ago  ::  Jun 12, 2019 - 2:54PM #586
prof. quiz
Posts: 7,067

Jun 12, 2019 -- 11:03AM, bertram wrote:


Have you been living on the moon?  




I just heard that the moon is part of Mars.

5 days ago  ::  Jun 13, 2019 - 3:56PM #587
Max
Posts: 1,105

Trump Disgraces Himself By Calling Charles The Prince Of Whales



www.politicususa.com/2019/06/13/trump-pr... via @politicususa


Image result for whales



1 day ago  ::  Jun 17, 2019 - 10:59AM #588
NY23
Posts: 1,180

Yes, Crazy Donnie is literally that insane............








Maggie Haberman

@maggieNYT



"There's never been a time in the history of our country where somebody was so mistreated as I have been," Trump tells @GStephanopoulos




Yep, worse than slaves and Native Americans for starters.







1 day ago  ::  Jun 17, 2019 - 12:24PM #589
Max
Posts: 1,105

LOL! No coughing allowed.



‘Please Leave The Room!’ Trump Tosses Mick Mulvaney For Coughing During Interview


The president asked his acting chief of staff to leave the Oval Office after he dared to cough.


“I don’t like that, you know. I don’t like that.”




www.huffpost.com/entry/donald-trump-mick... via @HuffPost





7 hours ago  ::  Jun 18, 2019 - 1:28PM #590
prof. quiz
Posts: 7,067

The real story was just leaked by WH aides.


Trumpet got mad at Mulvaney and asked him to leave because he wasn't really coughing. He was uttering "BJ" under his breath while faking a cough like that courtroom scene from Animal House.


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