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2nd bit is the stunner.  The cheese is not entirely on the cracker me thinks...  

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Hopefully someone is compiling a library of Trump's insane and inane words to present as evidence before Pelosi's new commitee.

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He's freaking out because the polls keep looking worse.  Add to that the drug cocktails he took or might still be on.  His doctors have made a crazy man crazier.

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3 minutes ago, Jules said:

He's freaking out because the polls keep looking worse.  Add to that the drug cocktails he took or might still be on.  His doctors have made a crazy man crazier.

And he didn’t win the Nobel Peace Prize—-again.

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Maybe the souls in that Aborted Dead Baby Extract he used to save himself are using thoughts and prayers to control the world’s most narcissistic one 

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2 minutes ago, Gouvernail said:

Maybe the souls in that Aborted Dead Baby Extract he used to save himself are using thoughts and prayers to control the world’s most narcissistic one 

I wish they could make him jump headfirst off that balcony.

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Yes, but Jeff will be along shortly to remind us that at least we don't have Hillary who would have been worse; if only the Democrats hadn't nominated a Democrat we wouldn't be in the sorry state we find ourselves in. Truly the Democrats are to blame for this debacle. Guy will be concerned yet optimistic. Tom will correctly place the blame where it belongs, on both sides. He's hoping that his boy Issa will get to the bottom of this.

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20 minutes ago, Olsonist said:

Yes, but Jeff will be along shortly to remind us that at least we don't have Hillary who would have been worse; if only the Democrats hadn't nominated a Democrat we wouldn't be in the sorry state we find ourselves in. Truly the Democrats are to blame for this debacle. Guy will be concerned yet optimistic. Tom will correctly place the blame where it belongs, on both sides. He's hoping that his boy Issa will get to the bottom of this.

Guy has made himself invisible. He must be in his basement practising his Minnie Mouse signature.

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28 minutes ago, Ishmael said:

Guy has made himself invisible. He must be in his basement practising his Minnie Mouse signature.

Or maybe he's in some basement accessible only by a trap door hidden under a rug meeting with fellow militia members of a rogue group named after some comic book hero.  #wolverinewatchmen 

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Our president.  

Speak softly?

Refreshing, huh?

 

 

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Also note the reaction of heads of state around the world:

"                                                            

 

                                                                                   ."

:ph34r:

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1 minute ago, Grog said:

Also note the reaction of heads of state around the world:

"                                                            

 

                                                                                   ."

:ph34r:

Can someone call a damn drone strike on him please... 

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This nightmare has to end.  Biden is going to have to mend a lot of fences but he's the right guy to do it.  

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Vlad must truely be delighted the dilemma will be -do we give him a “well done” Dacha or a liability tea?

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3 hours ago, Jules said:
3 hours ago, Ishmael said:

Guy has made himself invisible. He must be in his basement practising his Minnie Mouse signature.

Or maybe he's in some basement accessible only by a trap door hidden under a rug meeting with fellow militia members of a rogue group named after some comic book hero.  #wolverinewatchmen 

Last heard, he had some serious family issues that were motivating him to re-allocate his time. I hope he's playing some tasty guitar riffs and spending quality time with kith & kin.

- DSK

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2 hours ago, Cal20sailor said:

This nightmare has to end.  Biden is going to have to mend a lot of fences but he's the right guy to do it.  

I am hoping you are correct.  If Biden isn't up to it, and I fear he isn't, not any fault of his, just that he is really old, hopefully he can find some good, motivated people and keep them really busy.  There won't be any time for celebrations, especially if the Dems also take the senate.

I am looking forward to putting all this energy worrying about the future of the USA into following the Vende Globe, MiniTransAt and the chase for the Jules Verne trophy....oh, and the MotoGP championship needs some attention!

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3 hours ago, Mike G said:

Our president.  

Speak softly?

Refreshing, huh?

 

Very Presidential.

America must be proud.

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4 minutes ago, bridhb said:

I am hoping you are correct.  If Biden isn't up to it, and I fear he isn't, not any fault of his, just that he is really old, hopefully he can find some good, motivated people and keep them really busy.  There won't be any time for celebrations, especially if the Dems also take the senate.

I am looking forward to putting all this energy worrying about the future of the USA into following the Vende Globe, MiniTransAt and the chase for the Jules Verne trophy....oh, and the MotoGP championship needs some attention!

Biden is up for it, maybe not the whole four years but enough to make peace after the debacle called Trump.   Biden is known very well to all our major players, he will make nice and we will have some semblance of order.  Dog, you must be hating life.  Your boy is going down in flames.  

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3 hours ago, Cal20sailor said:

This nightmare has to end.  Biden is going to have to mend a lot of fences but he's the right guy to do it.  

When he gives is victory speech I hope he uses Jerry Ford's line;

"Our long national nightmare is over".

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1 hour ago, bridhb said:

I am hoping you are correct.  If Biden isn't up to it, and I fear he isn't, not any fault of his, just that he is really old, hopefully he can find some good, motivated people and keep them really busy.  There won't be any time for celebrations, especially if the Dems also take the senate.

I am looking forward to putting all this energy worrying about the future of the USA into following the Vende Globe, MiniTransAt and the chase for the Jules Verne trophy....oh, and the MotoGP championship needs some attention!

As an outsider, I think this is Biden's biggest plus. He'll be more that willing not to micro manage, listen to people that actually know what they're talking about, take informed advise etc.

A president really should only be the figurehead and mouthpiece of the party that controls congress, he should be working with his team to make policy but leave the detail and the negotiations to those Secretaries of state he's appointed to talk to the departmental players and congress.

Electing Biden could be the reset the USA needs.

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4 minutes ago, Shortforbob said:

Electing Biden could be the reset the USA needs.

Yes, the issue will be Donnies empowerment of the lunatic righties, you ain't gonna stuff that back in a bottle and put a padlock on it.

Trump has so divided a nation I really worry that it will ever be the same, the right wing cowards hiding behind freedom can and will continue Donnies hateful rhetoric  spreading lies and conspiracy theories.

They will seek to derail what should be a time of healing for the nation after the tenure of a monstrous fuckwit.

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2 hours ago, Shortforbob said:

A president really should only be the figurehead and mouthpiece of the party that controls congress

Um... not a parliamentary system, remember?  The party controlling Congress isn't always the President's party.  

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6 minutes ago, frenchie said:

Um... not a parliamentary system, remember?  The party controlling Congress isn't always the President's party.  

So they work with the controlling party.

In our parliamentary system, our speaker of the house and president of the senate are supposed to play this sort of role and be impartial even they usually belong to the ruling party.

There's no reason why in theory, your president cannot adopt a similar role.

Impartiality[edit]

While impartial, the Speaker does not usually quit the membership of his or her party – as is traditional Westminster convention. The only two speakers to have not been formally a member of a party were Sir Frederick Holder (who resigned from the Free Trade Party upon taking the role) and Peter Slipper (who resigned from the Liberal Party the day after his election to the chair).

On the other hand, the Speaker is not an active political figure like the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. He or she does not take part in debates in the House, does not vote in the House except in the (rare) event of a tied vote, and does not speak in public on party-political issues (except at election time in his or her own constituency). He or she is expected to conduct the business of the House in an impartial manner, and generally does so.

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3 hours ago, SloopJonB said:

When he gives is victory speech I hope he uses Jerry Ford's line;

"Our long national nightmare is over".

Was that what he said after falling down the stairs of AF1?

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Shorty - trying to draw comparisons between our Parliamentary systems and the American system is an exercise in futility.

The only thing they have in common is that they are democratically elected.

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3 hours ago, SloopJonB said:

When he gives is victory speech I hope he uses Jerry Ford's line;

"Our long national nightmare is over".

But Biden's nightmare will be just beginning.

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1 minute ago, SloopJonB said:

Shorty - trying to draw comparisons between our Parliamentary systems and the American system is an exercise in futility.

The only thing they have in common is that they are democratically elected.

not really, though compulsory voting on a saturday will fix that..

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6 minutes ago, SloopJonB said:

Shorty - trying to draw comparisons between our Parliamentary systems and the American system is an exercise in futility.

The only thing they have in common is that they are democratically elected.

Well, with the electoral college, we don't even have that!

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4 minutes ago, Jules said:

But Biden's nightmare will be just beginning.

There is nothing easier to look good at than taking over a fucked up operation from an incompetent.

Everything you do is an improvement.

I speak from experience.

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Just now, SloopJonB said:

There is nothing easier to look good at than taking over a fucked up operation from an incompetent.

Everything you do is an improvement.

I speak from experience.

It might not be that easy when the reason for the operation being fucked up still has an almost majority of the people that fucked it up (and now a super majority of the supreme court) still able to fuck it up.  In a business, you can get rid of them.  Where I worked we had a new CEO come in....first thing he did was have security escort half a dozen VP's out.  

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You assume the Senate will remain the same?

Despite all the fears of the right wing SCOTUS, They didn't seem to give Trump an easy time.

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53 minutes ago, Shortforbob said:

So they work with the controlling party.

In our parliamentary system, our speaker of the house and president of the senate are supposed to play this sort of role and be impartial even they usually belong to the ruling party.

There's no reason why in theory, your president cannot adopt a similar role.

Impartiality[edit]

While impartial, the Speaker does not usually quit the membership of his or her party – as is traditional Westminster convention. The only two speakers to have not been formally a member of a party were Sir Frederick Holder (who resigned from the Free Trade Party upon taking the role) and Peter Slipper (who resigned from the Liberal Party the day after his election to the chair).

On the other hand, the Speaker is not an active political figure like the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. He or she does not take part in debates in the House, does not vote in the House except in the (rare) event of a tied vote, and does not speak in public on party-political issues (except at election time in his or her own constituency). He or she is expected to conduct the business of the House in an impartial manner, and generally does so.

You're trying to compare apples to kumquats.

The President has no role in Congress (except once a year, when they invite him to deliver a speech).

The job's closer to that of the Lieutenant-Governor (or the Queen), if they had their own cabinet/government and actually handled the day-to-day affairs of running the country. 

Congress writes laws; does not form a government/cabinet (if the President chooses a member of Congress for a cabinet role, they have to give up their seat).  Congress does not, in any way, shape or form, handle day-to-day affairs.

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22 minutes ago, frenchie said:

You're trying to compare apples to kumquats.

The President has no role in Congress (except once a year, when they invite him to deliver a speech).

The job's closer to that of the Lieutenant-Governor (or the Queen), if they had their own cabinet/government and actually handled the day-to-day affairs of running the country. 

Congress writes laws; does not form a government/cabinet (if the President chooses a member of Congress for a cabinet role, they have to give up their seat).  Congress does not, in any way, shape or form, handle day-to-day affairs.

if congress writes laws and votes on those laws, i cant see why the role of the president cannot simply be to sign off on them in good faith that those laws are the will of the people. much like our GG and the queen do. The queen never intervenes and GG almost never.<_<

Just because it isn't so, surely doesn't mean it cant be so.

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3 minutes ago, Mike G said:

 

That's fuckinghilarious 

Cheering me up bigly 

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2 hours ago, Mike G said:

 

Yeah, but the Kenyan wore a tan suit.

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15 hours ago, SloopJonB said:

There is nothing easier to look good at than taking over a fucked up operation from an incompetent.

Everything you do is an improvement.

I speak from experience.

You forget how critical Americans are toward their president.  We erroneously believe the moment a new president takes over, everything is his fault and we aren't shy about taking our presidents to task.  Trump never got that.

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15 hours ago, Shortforbob said:

if congress writes laws and votes on those laws, i cant see why the role of the president cannot simply be to sign off on them in good faith that those laws are the will of the people. much like our GG and the queen do. The queen never intervenes and GG almost never.<_<

Just because it isn't so, surely doesn't mean it cant be so.

Actually it was intended to be so,   Before your despot became a figurehead, rich strong personalities sometimes had more power then your manga carta intended,    Our founders didn’t want to imitate you, so they designed a weak president that could do little more then veto controversial bills lacking a supermajority,   

Strong individuals gained more power then the constitution intended.

congressmen prefer getting their ass kissed to responsiblilty, so they gave POTUS power whenever they weren’t smart enough to make money off the responsibility.  

The gradual invention of government agencies gave secretaries and the POTUS a huge increase in power,

We ended up with a standing army and perpetual mini wars.   That made the commander in chief role important.

 

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4 hours ago, Jules said:

You forget how critical Americans are toward their president.  We erroneously believe the moment a new president takes over, everything is his fault and we aren't shy about taking our presidents to task.  Trump never got that.

I used to manage almost 90 women.

Whose fault do you think everything was? :D

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23 hours ago, bridhb said:

I am hoping you are correct.  If Biden isn't up to it, and I fear he isn't, not any fault of his, just that he is really old, hopefully he can find some good, motivated people and keep them really busy.  There won't be any time for celebrations, especially if the Dems also take the senate.

I am looking forward to putting all this energy worrying about the future of the USA into following the Vende Globe, MiniTransAt and the chase for the Jules Verne trophy....oh, and the MotoGP championship needs some attention!

Fuck you.  I get medical help in the mail.  Every thing else is whatever I imagine it to be.

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23 hours ago, SloopJonB said:

When he gives is victory speech I hope he uses Jerry Ford's line;

"Our long national nightmare is over".

Fortunately it was not his victory speech.  Unfortunately, a Kennedy gave us the ray gun.

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31 minutes ago, SloopJonB said:

I used to manage almost 90 women.

Whose fault do you think everything was? :D

Um..the managers der.

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53 minutes ago, hasher said:

Fuck you.  I get medical help in the mail.  Every thing else is whatever I imagine it to be.

and the horse I rode in on

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53 minutes ago, Shortforbob said:

Um..the MANagers der.

FTFY

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8 minutes ago, SloopJonB said:

FTFY

ah..nah. It actually comes from the latin for "hand"

hand job? manager..there you go.

ipso facto "all managers are wankers" :D

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2 hours ago, SloopJonB said:

I used to manage almost 90 women.

Whose fault do you think everything was? :D

Yeah strip clubs are less fun to work at than the average guy thinks.

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46 minutes ago, Shortforbob said:

ah..nah. It actually comes from the latin for "hand"

hand job? manager..there you go.

ipso facto "all managers are wankers" :D

And all librarians are zero personality virgins with glasses.

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7 minutes ago, SloopJonB said:

And all librarians are zero personality virgins with glasses.

Probably. I'm glad I'm not a librarian :D

 

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1 hour ago, Shortforbob said:

ah..nah. It actually comes from the latin for "hand"

hand job? manager..there you go.

ipso facto "all managers are wankers" :D

I could use a hand here.

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1 hour ago, SloopJonB said:

And all librarians are zero personality virgins with glasses.

Purple font?

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1 hour ago, SloopJonB said:

And all librarians are zero personality virgins with glasses.

Selma is a librarian. Glasses, yes. Otherwise I think you'd be surprised at how subversive librarian are. 

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52 minutes ago, Rain Man said:

Purple font?

Jeezuss! you people are disappointing me today.

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41 minutes ago, sshow bob said:

 I think you'd be surprised at how subversive librarian are. 

Our library director makes it a point to be sure The Nation mag is there right next to the execrable National Review among the journals. 

She said it would be that way as long as she was around. 

Check out those progressive mags so your library keeps them on the shelves !! 

Librarians' firm stance for a diversity of views makes them pariahs for the Reich. 

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"Suburban women will you please like me?" Trump pleaded. "I saved your damn neighbourhood!"

:begging:

:lalalala:

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58 minutes ago, Mid said:

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Does America have a grossly disproportionate number of these laughable dimwits or does it just seem that way because the country is so huge?

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On 10/11/2020 at 1:15 PM, AJ Oliver said:

Our library director makes it a point to be sure The Nation mag is there right next to the execrable National Review among the journals. 

She said it would be that way as long as she was around. 

Check out those progressive mags so your library keeps them on the shelves !! 

Librarians' firm stance for a diversity of views makes them pariahs for the Reich. 

 :D No you twerp, Nation comes before National Review on the shelves.:rolleyes:

 

It's coinkidinkle.

But yes, most library workers tend progressive.

 

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9 hours ago, SloopJonB said:

Does America have a grossly disproportionate number of these laughable dimwits or does it just seem that way because the country is so huge?

The dimwits realized they could make a living by simply talking...  They have the airwaves and somehow got a reality tv guy in the oval.  The normal people don't really give a fuck and just want to go on with their jobs/lives.  The elk have no lives, have no prospects and see the middle class as unachievable and lash out.  Or they hate their lot in life so much that they see no out so they gravitate toward whatever everyone else is doing to have a sense of community.  They basically follow the piper at that point....  Talking about rural citizens btw, not urban, urban is an entirely different world..  

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9 hours ago, SloopJonB said:

Does America have a grossly disproportionate number of these laughable dimwits or does it just seem that way because the country is so huge?

If we don't measure it, I am confident it will disappear.  It will be like magic.

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8 hours ago, Shortforbob said:

 But yes, most library workers tend progressive.

Only because they know how to read.

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9 hours ago, Shortforbob said:

 :D No you twerp, Nation comes before National Review on the shelves.:rolleyes:

Um, I did not write anything about "before" or "after" 

I wrote "The Nation mag is there right next to the execrable National Review" 

Come on m'am, at least wait until I make a mistake 

before ya jump on me. Lord knows I make enough of them. 

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3 hours ago, AJ Oliver said:

Um, I did not write anything about "before" or "after" 

I wrote "The Nation mag is there right next to the execrable National Review" 

Come on m'am, at least wait until I make a mistake 

before ya jump on me. Lord knows I make enough of them. 

So, your library doesn't keep magazines in alpha order?

How odd.

C'mon man, just admit that in hindsight, she was probably having a lend of you.

It's no biggie.

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37 minutes ago, Shortforbob said:

So, your library doesn't keep magazines in alpha order?

How odd.

C'mon man, just admit that in hindsight, she was probably having a lend of you.

It's no biggie.

You're saying that The Nation should be after National Review? Every library I have been in drops "the" when filing. 

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3 minutes ago, Ishmael said:

You're saying that The Nation should be after National Review? Every library I have been in drops "the" when filing. 

no before National review. Yes, Drop "The"

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56 minutes ago, Ishmael said:

You're saying that The Nation should be after National Review? Every library I have been in drops "the" when filing. 

One of my department heads didn't do that with her files.

The "T" folder was huge, the rest not so much. :D

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On 10/9/2020 at 12:43 PM, Ishmael said:

Guy has made himself invisible. He must be in his basement practising his Minnie Mouse signature.

I think Guy has more important issues to deal with right now.

He and I don't see eye to eye, but he's not a bad man.

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6 minutes ago, Mrleft8 said:

I think Guy has more important issues to deal with right now.

He and I don't see eye to eye, but he's not a bad man.

I wish him well. I never thought he was a bad person, just misled.

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4 hours ago, Shortforbob said:

no before National review. Yes, Drop "The"

and @Shortforbob  

Stop it, stop it - you are driving me more insane than I already am  . .

Youse guys get the award for the Most Silly Thread Drift of the Week !!

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3 hours ago, SloopJonB said:

One of my department heads didn't do that with her files.

The "T" folder was huge, the rest not so much. :D

Don't even ask about Mc, Mac, Maas, and Marple. :)

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On 10/10/2020 at 10:26 AM, Jules said:

You forget how critical Americans are toward their president.  We erroneously believe the moment a new president takes over, everything is his fault and we aren't shy about taking our presidents to task.  Trump never got that.

Unless he’s been keeping a list....

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Biden just has to keep his mouth closed, Trump is handing him the election, on a gilded plate!

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“Trump falsely accuses Ilhan Omar of entering the US illegally and marring her brother in wild rally speech“

https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-falsely-accuses-ilhan-omar-225412992.html

He is totally off the rails. And we still have 2 1/2 weeks to go to the election.

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Talk about a freakin' pancake!

 He's just flip-flopped on emergency aid to California for the wild fires..... I guess one of his trusted advisors told him that people outside of Ca. cared about this situation....:rolleyes:

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Since this is the insane ramblings thread. I have lots for you all. Enjoy!

 

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Biden tells 5 lies in 40 seconds.

 

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Plagiarism lies.

 

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Joe has no idea where he is.

 

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Joe forgets what office he is running for.

 

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