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Thursday, June 15, 2017

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When Charles Murray was supposed to give a speech at Middlebury College, dozens of student rioters marched, threw bricks at cars, literally chased Murray and others associated with the speech, and ultimately assaulted a faculty member to the point of hospitalization.

Berkeley riots provides mindset

The students in question were given a letter of condemnation to be placed in their school file, which the school administrators agreed to remove if they were not involved in any other incidences.

There was a time when harassment, destruction of property, and assault were criminal matters. In 2017 those actions are deemed to be protected free speech by many on the left.  They are even seen as acts of valor by many.

You cannot pretend that there is no correlation between a systematic applauding of these sorts of actions across the country (in the name of the "resistance") and the escalation of said violence in the name of politics. What constitutes taking this sort of resistance "too far" should not even be a question that has multiple opinions. Common decency in following the laws of society should be the line we all draw (regardless of political affiliation). It shouldn't take a mass shooting.

95 comments:

KD, said...

Two woman that are trying really hard to destroy the USA as we know it, both are biter old woman and really hard to look at.

#RestistanceMother = Hillary Clinton , we now know where the $100's of millions that was left over at the Clinton Family Foundation is going.

Madam Yellen, who since the Election of President Trump has decided that the US Economy needs for her to slam on the brakes, put sugar in the gas tank and slow the economy with more rate hikes, and she is not done yet.

She is also going to reduce the $4 Trillion dollars in held debt at the Nut-n-pea hiding place called the federal reserve, this dumping will again be to the detriment of the US Economy.

Commonsense said...

Among the electorate, the most fervid Hillary acolytes (especially young and middle-aged women and assorted show biz celebs) seemed obtusely indifferent to her tepid performance as Secretary of State, during which she doggedly piled up air miles while accomplishing virtually nothing except the destabilization of North Africa.

Had Hillary won, everyone would have expected disappointed Trump voters to show a modicum of respect for the electoral results as well as for the historic ceremony of the inauguration, during which former combatants momentarily unite to pay homage to the peaceful transition of power in our democracy. But that was not the reaction of a vast cadre of Democrats shocked by Trump's win. In an abject failure of leadership that may be one of the most disgraceful episodes in the history of the modern Democratic party, Chuck Schumer, who had risen to become the Senate Democratic leader after the retirement of Harry Reid, asserted absolutely no moral authority as the party spun out of control in a nationwide orgy of rage and spite. Nor were there statesmanlike words of caution and restraint from two seasoned politicians whom I have admired for decades and believe should have run for president long ago—Senator Dianne Feinstein and Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi. How do Democrats imagine they can ever expand their electoral support if they go on and on in this self-destructive way, impugning half the nation as vile racists and homophobes?

All of which brings us to the issue of Trump's performance to date. The initial conundrum was: could he shift from being the slashing, caustic ex-reality show star of the campaign to a more measured, presidential persona? Perhaps to the dismay of his diehard critics, Trump did indeed make that transition at the Capitol on inauguration morning, when he appeared grave and focused, palpably conveying a sense of the awesome burdens of the highest office. As for his particular actions as president, I am no fan of executive orders, which usurp congressional prerogatives and which I was already denouncing when Obama was constantly signing them (with very little protest, one might add, from the mainstream media).

Camille Paglia

KD, #Yellendowneconomy said...

James, Mr Roger's and Opie all agreed, it is perfectly fine for the FBI Director while in office to leak to the press, they further agreed that it is perfectly fine for the former FBI Director to get with the now special procecutor and collude and leak, because it might take down the sitting US President.

You need a laugh said...

http://www.9news.com.au/national/2017/06/15/14/18/malcolm-turnbull-impersonates-donald-trump-in-leaked-audio

but this might not be so funny said...

CEOs Say Trump Is Failing

CNN: “A stunning 50% of the CEOs, business execs, government officials and academics surveyed at the annual Yale CEO Summit give Trump an ‘F’ for his first 130 days in office.”

Loretta said...

Obnoxious James Boswell trolling.

Loretta said...

Obnoxious James Boswell trolling.

KD said...

Yep, so now he is concerned what CEO's think. He is very changeable.

I am not sure what James point is, is it to tell us he is now a capitalist and he wants Trump to succeed?

KD said...

“A stunning 50% of the CEOs, business execs, government officials and academics surveyed at the annual Yale CEO Summit give Trump an ‘F’ for his first 130 days in office.” James


I googled it, I can not find it. odd.

rrb said...

I googled it, I can not find it. odd.
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it's one of the pederasts favorite asshats:

https://politicalwire.com/2017/06/15/ceos-say-trump-failing/


pederast can't think for himself. he needs goddard to wipe his ass each day, right pederast?

janes said...

obviously weighted to government officials and academics.

And they are the biggest reason we have a TWENTY TRILLION DOLLAR DEBT

I LIKE THAT "F"

rrb said...



Correction: June 15, 2017

An earlier version of this editorial incorrectly stated that a link existed between political incitement and the 2011 shooting of Representative Gabby Giffords. In fact, no such link was established.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/14/opinion/steve-scalise-congress-shot-alexandria-virginia.html?_r=0



fucking cowardly shitstains. print a retraction after the smear damage has been done.

OPIE said...

Loretta the spammer opined
James Boswell is nothing but an obnoxious troll

No wonder why you're so lonely and hang out here with rathole. Nothing but stupid!!!! LOLOLOL

janes said...


Now they need to correct that to "no such link exists"

Loretta said...

"fucking cowardly shitstains. print a retraction after the smear damage has been done."

Never ever trust a liberal.

Loretta said...

And yet, here you are fatty.

LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Loretta said...

Just a reminder everyone!

Opie has a cabin!!!!!

LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

janes said...

"Opie has a cabin!!!!!"

WITH AN OUTHOUSE !!!

and boy is he proud about that

Loretta said...

"and boy is he proud about that"

LOL

Commonsense said...

fucking cowardly shitstains. print a retraction after the smear damage has been done.

Only because their lawyers told them they open themselves up to a defamation suit.

Pretty damn easy to prove malice when you deliberately lie and the truth is public record.

KD said...

The non-story of the Yale CEO BS.

Reading it, was fun, and I like this part the best.

Not one of the CEO's was willing to go on the record on how they voted for or against the Sitting President.

next


Mr. Opie made two cases one that coal is dead and one that coal is providing 40% of world wide electricity and is fundamental to the production of iron.

C.H. Truth said...

As they always say...

Put your money where your mouth is? Where do you suppose all those people are who "shorted" the Dow when Trump became President because they insisted the market would crash?

The people willing to bet their own money believe that things are heading on the right path. I think that's a better gauge than what a CNN survey might tell us.

btw... a quick survey of CNN analyses would have predicted a 90% Hillary Clinton victory, since 90% of their panel were Clinton voters.

Myballs said...

This ball field shooter is the current dem base voter liberalized and radicalized to the point of hatred and violence. This is precisely why trump won the old dem demographic .

Loretta said...

"This ball field shooter is the current dem base voter liberalized and radicalized to the point of hatred and violence."

That's a fact.

Read the vile venom and vitriol on CNN'S Facebook.

Downright scary.

rrb said...

Anonymous Myballs said...
This ball field shooter is the current dem base voter liberalized and radicalized to the point of hatred and violence. This is precisely why trump won the old dem demographic .
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indeed.

and i'll bet you that at least half the facebook groups he belonged to the alky belongs to as well.

rrb said...




Remember when it was frightening for the losing party not to accept the results of an election? During the third debate, Trump refused to pre-emptively agree to the election results, saying he'd "look at it at the time."

The media responded in their usual laid-back style:

A 'HORRIFYING' REPUDIATION OF DEMOCRACY -- The Washington Post, Oct. 20, 2016

DENIAL OF DEMOCRACY -- Daily News (New York), Oct. 20, 2016 DANGER TO DEMOCRACY -- The Dallas Morning News, Oct. 20, 2016

ONE SCARY MOMENT; IT ALL BOILED DOWN TO ... DEMOCRACY -- Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Oct. 21, 2016

"(Shock) spiked down the nation's spinal column last night and today when the Republican nominee threatened that this little election thing you got there, this little democratic process you've got here, it's nice, it's fine, but he doesn't necessarily plan on abiding by its decision when it comes to the presidency." -- Rachel Maddow, Oct. 20, 2016




"Trump's answer on accepting the outcome of the vote is the most disgraceful statement by a presidential candidate in 160 years." -- Bret Stephens, then-deputy editorial page editor at The Wall Street Journal

"I guess we're all going to have to wait until Nov. 9 to find out if we still have a country -- if Donald Trump is in the mood for a peaceful transfer of power. Or if he's going to wipe his fat a-- with the Constitution." -- CBS's Stephen Colbert, Oct. 19, 2016

"It's unprecedented for a nominee of a major party to themselves signal that they would not accept -- you know, respect the results of an election. We've never had that happen before. ... This really presents a potentially difficult problem for governing ..." -- MSNBC'S Joy Reid, Oct. 22, 2016

"This is very dangerous stuff ... would seriously impair our functioning as a democracy. ... This is about as serious as it gets in the United States." -- CNN's Peter Beinart, Oct. 20, 2016

"Obviously, it's despicable for him to pretend that there's any chance that he would not accept the results of this election; it would be -- in 240 years you've never had anybody do it. ..." -- CNN's Van Jones, Oct. 20, 2016

Then Trump won, and these very same hysterics refused to accept the results of the election.

http://www.anncoulter.com/columns/2017-06-14.html


KD, Dispicalable Democrats said...

The root cause.

Trump won, their war started on Nov 9th, 2016 around 3 am central time and turned to a shooting war just the other day with the Political Assassination Attempt by the Left (not radical, the main stream of today's left).

Reap what you have sown Democrats.

KD, US Household Wealthiest EVER, got that, EVER said...

Put your money where your mouth is? Where do you suppose all those people are who "shorted" the Dow when Trump became President because they insisted the market would crash?"

Well , even thou Mr Roger's did not put his money in, he did post that he was rooting for the dow to collapse.

I on the other hand went all in before the open on Nov. 9th, 2016, and just WOW< Thanks Mr President Trump. My kids college funds are extra healthy, my 457 B and Roth IRS's are wicked high and well Little HOME DEPOT, paid me again for trusting them with a nice block of my money by paying a outstanding 89 cents per share today.

another thing about the so called CEO Yale poll, their is a very nice chart that shows CEO's of the S & P 500 companies are accumulating stock in the companies they run, IF, and I don't , but IF you believe in the Yale CEO poll, you would think that they would be in masse selling stock.

Loretta said...

Exactly...

"PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — I can’t do it anymore. I won’t. After a politically active Democrat-Socialist attempted to assassinate every Republican he could see on a baseball field – I’m supposed to rethink MY political rhetoric? I’m supposed to work harder to come together with Democrats to display unity? Yeah, no thanks."

http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2017/06/15/chris-stigall-column-on-the-contrary-hate-has-a-home/

Roger Amick said...

You dig out one old event.

Every single one of the most partisan on both sides, talked about that we are one people and one country. Every single one.

Politico said...

Aides Fret Over Trump’s Russia Obsession

Politico: “The greatest threat to Trump and his presidency, say administration officials and outside advisers, comes from his own conduct and obsessive behavior after he took office. While congressional and FBI investigations may prove Trump or his team broke laws before he took office, his advisers say they’re more worried that the things he’s done since the inauguration may have left him exposed to obstruction of justice or other charges.

“Trump, for months, has bristled almost daily at the ongoing probes. He has sometimes, without prompting, injected ‘I’m not under investigation’ into conversations with associates and allies. He has watched hours of TV coverage every day — sometimes even storing morning news shows on his TiVo to watch in the evening — and complained nonstop.”

PUT THAT NUT IN A STRAIGHT JACKET AND KEEP HIM FROM THE NUCLEAR CODES.

The Guardian said...

Lobbyist for Russia Says He Attended Sessions Dinners

“An American lobbyist for Russian interests who helped craft an important foreign policy speech for Donald Trump has confirmed that he attended two dinners hosted by Jeff Sessions during the 2016 campaign, apparently contradicting the attorney general’s sworn testimony given this week,” The Guardian reports.

“Sessions testified under oath on Tuesday that he did not believe he had any contacts with lobbyists working for Russian interests over the course of Trump’s campaign. But Richard Burt, a former ambassador to Germany during the Reagan administration, who has represented Russian interests in Washington, told the Guardian that he could confirm previous media reports that stated he had contacts with Sessions at the time.”

The Washington Post said...

World Leaders Laughing at Trump

June 15, 2017By Taegan Goddard53 Comments
“Two weeks ago in the Rose Garden, President Trump declared that under his leadership, foreign leaders won’t be ‘laughing at us anymore,'” the Washington Post reports.

“Since then, he’s been the butt of jokes in capitals around the world.

“Far from being cowed by Trump’s vow to achieve ‘peace through strength,’ fellow world leaders appear emboldened to poke fun at him as a way to bolster their political standing. To a degree, the strategy is similar to one employed by Democrats, celebrities and some Republicans who have calculated that mocking Trump can boost their popularity.”

(The Australian PM recently imitated Trump in a video that went viral.)

The Washington Post said...

Mueller Is Investigating Kushner’s Business Dealings

Special counsel Robert Mueller “is investigating the finances and business dealings of Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and adviser, as part of the probe into Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election,” the Washington Post reports.

“FBI agents and federal prosecutors have also been examining the financial dealings of other Trump associates, including former national security adviser Michael Flynn, former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and Carter Page, who was listed as a foreign-policy adviser for the campaign.”
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Taegan Goddard speculates that following in the money trail can lead to even greater scandals.

Amy Walter said...

The All Drama, No Substance Presidency

Amy Walter: “So much is happening in Washington and yet nothing is happening at all. The investigation into Russian meddling into the 2016 campaign continues to get lots of attention (and produce a lot of leaks), but it’s not likely to come to a conclusion anytime soon. Republicans fret privately about the president and publicly lament his lack of Twitter discipline, yet they show no signs of abandoning him. The imminent White House shake-up (Reince is out! Bannon is out!) has yet to materialize. And, the GOP-led government has yet to produce any significant legislative accomplishments. Meanwhile, President Trump’s lack of message discipline continues to undercut his agenda and his own political standing.”

Sarah Kliff said...

“Republicans do not want the country to know what is in their health care bill.”

Nancy Pelosi said...


We need to pass this bill to see what's in it

james fucking boswell said...


bat shit insane "pastor"

Loretta said...

Obnoxious James Boswell trolling.

Loretta said...

Obnoxious James Boswell trolling

Loretta said...

Obnoxious James Boswell trolling

Loretta said...

Obnoxious James Boswell trolling

Loretta said...

Obnoxious James Boswell trolling

Loretta said...

Obnoxious James Boswell trolling

Loretta said...

Exactly.

rrb said...


what i believe to be the money quote from your link, 'ette:

"It’s time Democrats acknowledge the game they’ve been playing for years almost turned deadly. When you assign ill intent, meanness, cruelty, and evil to your political opposition – this day was bound to arrive."


indeed.

rrb said...

Roger Amick said...
You dig out one old event.

Every single one of the most partisan on both sides, talked about that we are one people and one country. Every single one.
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yup. that's right alky. and then, within 24 hours, democrats reverted back to being assholes with pelosi leading the way.

hypocrisy is, has been, and always will be the bedrock of liberalism.

if i were you i'd be less concerned about the patronizing and self-serving rhetoric and more concerned about when the right finally says "enough!" and starts firing back.




personally, my attitude has always been - don't start none, won't be none.

but since you fucksticks have chosen to cross that line, then you will reap what you've sown.



Loretta said...

"if i were you i'd be less concerned about the patronizing and self-serving rhetoric and more concerned about when the right finally says "enough!" and starts firing back."

It won't end until for the libs....

KD said...

The very public Political Assassination Attempt on Republicans by one of the Democrats is not going to be ever forgotten, and it will be remembered where it counts, at the ballot box.

Irony, Libs hate an armed US Citizenry, yet , it is the very tool they turn to attempt to Invalidate my VOTE.

opie said...

Good, I see the sycophants are in full panic and blame the D's mode. Look in donnie's mirror....he is your worst nightmare and totally unstable. Most amusing sitting here watch you spin worse than spicer. LOLOLOL

rrb said...

It won't end until for the libs....
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it won't end well for some, but the irony here is that those liberals who have the loudest megaphones, the largest audiences, and garner the most attention are those who live cloaked in a blanket of security.

democrat politicians, the media, and entertainment personalities are surrounded by armed guards, reside in secure luxury high rise apartments or gated communities. these are people who never have to suffer the consequence of words or deeds, and after the obligatory kumbaya grace period will be back with their full-throated, hate filled vitriol aimed at trump and us on the right.

at the very least what i would expect them to do at this point - but they won't - is to examine the potential end result of their actions. some have observed that alexandria was the first shots of a second civil war. that may well turn out to be true. it doesn't have to be but as always, liberals just can't help themselves.

James said...

Some time ago when Gabby Gifford was shot people on the left went far too far in trying to blame eveyone on the3 right for that shooting. (Make a purely political issue out of it.)

Now we have another shooting, and people on the right are going far too far in trying to blame everyone on the left for that shooting (make a purely political issue out of it.l
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Meanwhile we have a President who is going to try to roll back some of the progressive agenda of the Obama administration regarding Cuba.

What Trump is doing doesn't amount to a hill of beans. The really important things will stay in place. The only thing that will be most affected will be the complete freedom of American citizens to visit Cuba without impediments, and that will decrease the tremendous numbers of people who have been going, and that will hurt a lot of the ordinary people of Cuba who have been benefiting financially from American tourism.

It will serve to strengthen, rather than lessen, Raoul's control.

Not smart.

It's just grandstanding on the part of Trump who is unable to get hardly anything accomplished in any area that is really helpful.

opie said...

Getting better every day for the donnie......LOL


WASHINGTON (AP) — A clear majority of Americans believe President Donald Trump has tried to interfere with the investigation into whether Russia meddled in the 2016 election and possible Trump campaign collusion, a new poll released Thursday shows. Just one in five support his decision to oust James Comey from the FBI.

Following Comey's blockbuster appearance before Congress, an Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll shows 68 percent of Americans are at least moderately concerned about the possibility that Trump or his campaign associates had inappropriate ties to Russia. Almost half of Americans say they're very concerned. Only 3 in 10 say they're not that concerned.

Americans largely view the issue along partisan lines. Sixty-two percent of Republicans say they're not very concerned or not at all concerned about any Russia ties. Though just over half of Americans say they disapprove of Trump's firing of Comey, the number grows to 79 percent among Democrats. Overall, only 22 percent of Americans support Comey's dismissal.

I guess all the claimed fake news is becoming reality for donnie. Idiot. Next Jared takes the gas pipe.

opie said...

rrb said...
It won't end until for the libs....

Drinking a little early today, rathole?????

Pence said...

I'm lawyering up. I'm not stupid. I'm not going down with this ship.

Loretta said...

Obnoxious James Boswell trolling

Loretta said...

Obnoxious James Boswell trolling

opie said...

Another ret sees the light.....BWAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!

Ever watch paint dry? Just like watching pence speak.

opie said...

more fake data from the Wa Post


It’s common knowledge that the coast of Louisiana is quietly sinking into the balmy Gulf waters. But new research suggests we may have been underestimating how quickly it’s happening.

A new paper, published Wednesday in the Geological Society of America’s bulletin GSA Today, includes an updated map of the Louisiana coastline and the rate at which it’s sinking into the sea, a process scientists call “subsidence,” which occurs in addition to the climate change-caused process of sea-level rise. The new map suggests that, on average, the Louisiana coast is sinking at a rate of about 9 millimeters, or just over a third of an inch, per year — a faster rate than previous studies have suggested, according to the authors.

“I think it’s a point worth making that we are finding here that what people recently have considered worst case scenarios are actually conditions that we already see right now,” said Torbjörn Törnqvist, a geologist at Tulane University and a co-author on the new paper.

[Scientists stunned by Antarctic rainfall and a melt area bigger than Texas]

Scientists have long known that Louisiana is sinking. Subsidence is believed to be a natural process, which has likely been occurring in the region for thousands of years. But scientists believe the process has bee

Soon, south florida including menstral will be up to their necks in salt water. How funny is that he will hold up a cross and try to wish the water away.

Loretta said...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Fatty

opie said...

Race/Topic (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
President Trump Job Approval PPP (D) Approve 41, Disapprove 52 Disapprove +11
Congressional Job Approval PPP (D) Approve 11, Disapprove 71 Disapprove +60

Gee, anyone here see a problem???????


Make sure you all realize all these are fake polls, just like all the news.

caliphate4vr said...

Anonymous opie said...
rrb said...
It won't end until for the libs....

Drinking a little early today, rathole?????


Fatty you can't follow a thread. Fucking high and fat

Jeez you're dumb

Loretta said...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Fatty

opie said...

No wonder the senate is hiding behind closed doors....a great plan that trump care. Seems a whole lot of people are going to get screwed. Elections do have consequences, just wondering when sycophants like those here will come out of their coma and realize their party is out for everyone but the voters. LOLOLOL

ASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump promised to make health care more affordable but a government report finds that out-of-pocket costs — deductibles and copayments — would average 61 percent higher under the House Republican bill.

And even though the sticker price for premiums would be lower than under the Obama-era law, what consumers actually pay would edge up on average because government financial assistance would be curtailed.

The report from the Office of the Actuary, a nonpartisan economic unit at the Health and Human Services Department, was released earlier this week with little fanfare.

"It's fascinating," said Chris Sloan, a policy expert with the Avalere Health consulting firm. "They actually think that on average people will be paying more even though the underlying premium is less."

The estimates are for the year 2026, and apply to people who buy their own health insurance policies. That group was a major focus of former President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act. Individually-purchased coverage is also key to the GOP's American Health Care Act, which would roll back much of "Obamacare.

Loretta said...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Fatty

opie said...

Fatty you can't follow a thread. Fucking high and fat

Feel better now. As our original spell checker, who thinks ratholes word make sense. Now, that is about as funny as loretta's scrawny ass. Dayum idiot.

It won't end until for the libs....Wanna try again, asswipe??????

Loretta said...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Fatty

caliphate4vr said...

Retard ette wrote that

Fat high and retarded

opie said...

Trump really helping the Ga open seat race....another bad news poll for the R

Race/Topic (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Georgia 6th District Run-Off Election - Handel vs. Ossoff Trafalgar Group (R) Ossoff 50, Handel 47

Getting some consistency as the vote gets closer. I'm sure the investigations are not helping to mobilize the R vote. Oh well, I know it is just a single seat, but it is the first one with all the variables in play.

opie said...

caliphate4vr said...
Retard ette wrote that

Really? Then someone sucks at C&P, like you. Idiot Another example of not taking responsibility for your own stupidity.

Caliphate4vr said...

Who didn't see that coming?

Fatty blames others for his fuck ups

Pitiful

Rev. Jim Boswell said...

Any reader turned off by the senseless insulting blather taking place here can go the refreshing and informing commentary at politicalwire.com

You're welcome.

opie said...

Anonymous Caliphate4vr said...
Who didn't see that coming?

Fatty blames others for his fuck ups

Seems none of you can type or have the ability to post or type a cogent thought, and that is my problem???? Yer an idiot, still, \

The only fuck up is your inability to think in a rational way or admit your idiots can't type. LOLOLOL

Good ole James said...

Rev. Jim Boswell said...
Any reader turned off by the senseless insulting blather taking place here can go read the refreshing and informing commentary at politicalwire.com

You're welcome.

Loretta said...

Obnoxious James Boswell trolling

Loretta said...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Fatty

Loretta said...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Fatty

Loretta said...

Obnoxious James Boswell trolling

opie said...

Another big oops as the bad news keeps piling up. But, sycophants who are mindless, will bring up typos their side made. Simple things for really simple minds...

Jared Kushner's finances and business dealings are now a focus of the Trump-Russia investigation
Business Insider
MARK ABADI
Jun 16th 2017 6:28AM
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The business dealings of Jared Kushner have become a focus in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, according to a Washington Post report Thursday night.

Kushner, the adviser and son-in-law of President Donald Trump, met separately with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. and a Russian businessman in December — interactions that were already under scrutiny as part of the FBI probe.

Sources informed The Post of the financial focus of the investigation.

caliphate4vr said...

Fatty your inability to follow a thread has been pointed out a minimum 30 to 40 times.

You're fucking dense

Loretta said...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Fatty

rrb said...



geezus, piehole...

is it just me or are you more fucktarded than usual today?

caliphate4vr said...

geezus, piehole...

is it just me or are you more fucktarded than usual today?


He's suffering from TIA's

Loretta said...

LOL

rrb said...




i'm starting to think he's suffering from a traumatic brain injury. perhaps someone on his famed indy car race team finally got sick of his shit and shattered his skull with a lug wrench.

caliphate4vr said...

LOL

opie said...

aliphate4vr said...
Fatty your inability to follow a thread has been pointed out a minimum 30 to 40 times.

You're fucking dense


LOL....you feel better now salesman? You can't type, blame it on others and post blame others away. Seems to be rathole is more desperate than evah. Keep pursuing typos of your side, blame me and carry on. It is all you got dumbass. Go sell some insurance that will cost everyone a whole lot more under trump care. IDIOT Keep wishing, it is all you got other than stupid. Again, rathole being lazy omits the original poster. Lazy is what you do best. And pauline, your inability to accept responsibly is epic. LOL..

Loretta said...

"i'm starting to think he's suffering from a traumatic brain injury. perhaps someone on his famed indy car race team finally got sick of his shit and shattered his skull with a lug wrench."

LOL.

(He has a cabin)

rrb said...

Again, rathole being lazy omits the original poster.
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an issue that seems to affect only YOU, pie hole.

those of us without a metal plate in our head seem to be able to follow a thread just fine.

rrb said...

(He has a cabin)
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me too!

it's the alky's cranium. rent free since around 2004 or so.

pie hole has a view of an outhouse while i have a view of a dumpster overflowing with empty liquor bottles.

i think i have the pie hole beat by just a little on the view.

James said...

Rev. Jim Boswell said again...
Any reader turned off by the senseless, meaningless, low brow, insulting blather taking place here can go read the refreshing and informing commentary at politicalwire.com

I just put a little of it on Ch's last post (above).

You're welcome. :-)

Loretta said...

Obnoxious James Boswell trolling

opie said...

Rathole posts....

an issue that seems to affect only YOU, pie hole.


Laziness is your trait since if you are not posting sophomoric insults, all you do is C&P's others thinking. The pinnacle of laziness. If you only had a brain. The funny thing is you used a troll for your post which pauline pointed out. LOL Idiot

Roger Amick said...

Every single member one of Republican leadership stands behind the investigation into special investigation of obstruction of justice. None of them is buying into the witch hunt tweets. His impulsive behavior and unwillingness to take any advice, has brought his approval rating down to 35%.

His impulsive tweets are possibly going to used as evidence against him. He has been hurting himself.

Fair minded James said...

Absolutely correct, Roger.
All the Republicans who have any sense are worried sick about this albatross hanging around their necks.