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Re: Trump Jr: "I forgot"
« Reply #105 on: 04:45 04-Aug-2017 »
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after the likes of that sleaze bag Trump Jr. are in prison.

Trump Jr.  is a newbie, a babe in the woods, a novice, new-to-it-all.  In other words, he is not a career politician by any stretch of the imagination.

The guy has about 2 minutes of political experience; that weighs against the possibility that he is a hardened political-criminal.

How would it strengthen the rule of law to throw Trump Jr. in prison while letting the Clintons walk free after years of criminal misbehavior?



I would settle for a Sugeon Generals diagnosis of dementia and confinement to a nursing home with many tacky guilded furnishings.

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Re: Trump Jr: "I forgot"
« Reply #106 on: 05:47 12-Aug-2017 »
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Trump wasn't born on third base.

He was born a few feet away from home plate.

Are you sure his great wealth is due to his intellect?

Can you be a little more specific?
Trump inherited what percent of his wealth?

What's so interesting is how such a standard was never applied to Obama. Did you harp on his lack of experience? His affirmative action pathway to good schools? Did you even get miffed that he voted "present" as often as he did yea or nah?


Love him or hate him, he is a self made man.
He even reinvented the art of getting elected, a field he had no experience and over ruled all the experts.... and did it at a fraction of the cost.

Montaigne's axiom: "Nothing is so firmly believed as what we least know."

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Re: Trump Jr: "I forgot"
« Reply #107 on: 07:36 12-Aug-2017 »
Trump inherited about $200,000,000 when his Dad, a successful real estate investor, died.  Prior to that, Trump had his own real estate business, but that also was bankrolled by a couple million from Dad, at the beginning.  Trump's Dad was mostly involved in less flashy properties outside Manhattan.  I would maintain that if you valued what Trump inherited, and adjust that for inflation of NYC real estate, the President may not have much more than what his dad gave to him, as of 2016.
 

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Re: Trump Jr: "I forgot"
« Reply #108 on: 09:25 12-Aug-2017 »
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What's so interesting is how such a standard was never applied to Obama. Did you harp on his lack of experience? His affirmative action pathway to good schools? Did you even get miffed that he voted "present" as often as he did yea or nah?

It is no secret I hated Obama, I just did not crap on him as often as I could have. There was a lot wrong with him...but it was always "overlooked", well after all he was the first half-black man to be elected which makes him the first half-white man to be elected, so we can cut his socialist and radical past some slack. And we can forgive his screwing with freedom of the press, many overlooked his disrespect for the military and it's traditions....Jesus it is a long list of things that drove America further into the ground at a dizzying rate over the last 8 years.  Here is a fun read: and this is mild... You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

Trump, for all his faults (mostly he is a bit of a dork) will eventually settle down as the glamor of being the Big Rancid Ball of Yak Cheese wears off, not being a politician is why he got elected, America was tired of the same-old-poop year after year after year and Hilary is worse or would have been worse. Go ahead, dig deep into her past and tell me she was a good choice. (I guess she would have been the first half-man half-whatever if she was elected.)

Today we can call Trump names and sit around the pickle barrel at the local grocery store and debate until our balls fall off, but, in the end, and only the end will he be able to be judged fairly. Today, we are just dogs barking in the wind at swirling leaves. We can be historians tomorrow.

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Peace is the failure of the military to convince the government that it can and should kick its enemies ass.

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Re: Trump Jr: "I forgot"
« Reply #109 on: 12:31 12-Aug-2017 »
Obama was an easy President to have, whilst in Ukraine.  Ukrainians hated W. Bush, believed all the Russian propaganda and conspiracy theories about Bush, that he ordered the attacks on 911 and right down conspiracy lane.  God help you if you walked past a progressive Ukrainian University, after the Orange, in the Bush era!  Obama by contrast, was well liked by Europeans and the conspiracy theories didn't stick to him.  When 2014 came along and the rift with Russia, wow, conspiracy theories gone and without justification, Ukrainians sort of automatically expected Obama to save them.  Americans were popular again.   As for Trump, he is kind of a mixed bag, Rusophile he may be, but Ukraine might now get those weapons.  At least the Russian conspiracy engine appears to have blown a gasket.

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Re: Trump Jr: "I forgot"
« Reply #110 on: 14:58 12-Aug-2017 »
Still trying to find anything that our "rusophile in Chief" as done to benefit russia, other than a few complimentary comments about putler during the campaign about strong leadership and/or business savy. 

Cheap US oil (soon to be) in the export market, a strong US economy and a strong US military do not benefit russia at all.

Libs keep tossing these silly comments out with absolutely nothing to back it up.
One out of three Hillary voters are just as crazy as the other two.

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Re: Trump Jr: "I forgot"
« Reply #111 on: 15:24 12-Aug-2017 »
Isn't calling Trump a Russophile, because he expresses admiration for Putin and spends more unofficial time shmoozing with Putin than other heads of state and expressed a desire to end sanctions several times, isn't that a different thing than accusing Trump of actually doing things to benefit Russia, most of which are presently illegal for him to do?
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Re: Trump Jr: "I forgot"
« Reply #112 on: 15:56 12-Aug-2017 »
They were seated (according to protocol) next to each other at a State dinner at the Summit in Germany and Melania (who is fluent in russian) did most of the chatting and I'm sure did some interpreting for her husband as well.

Other than the two meetings, which needed to happen to discuss some fairly important topics like Syria, putting ISIS down and putler's role in the election meddling, just how much could be called schmoozing?   More like confronting. The two leaders have a currently adversarial relationship, but they also recognize the need for direct communications.   

Again, Trump is not the choice putler had in mind for POTUS.  He wanted the one who signed away 20% of the US uranium to him.

World leaders meet and talk about issues.  How many other Summit leaders could actually do anything to help anywhere in the world today?
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Re: Trump Jr: "I forgot"
« Reply #113 on: 21:32 12-Aug-2017 »
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They were seated (according to protocol) next to each other at a State dinner at the Summit in Germany and Melania (who is fluent in russian) did most of the chatting and I'm sure did some interpreting for her husband as well.

Other than the two meetings, which needed to happen to discuss some fairly important topics like Syria, putting ISIS down and putler's role in the election meddling, just how much could be called schmoozing?   More like confronting. The two leaders have a currently adversarial relationship, but they also recognize the need for direct communications.   

Again, Trump is not the choice putler had in mind for POTUS.  He wanted the one who signed away 20% of the US uranium to him.

World leaders meet and talk about issues.  How many other Summit leaders could actually do anything to help anywhere in the world today?

Melania was seated near Putin and Chatted with him at this G20 banquet.  President Trump's official dinner companion, at the more than 2.5 hour event was the wife of Japan's PM, Abe.   President Trump got up and moved away from his place, pulled up a chair to where Putin was sitting and spoke to Putin for about an hour, with no American translator, using only Putin's translator (Trump's translator for the banquet, only one allowed, could not translate Russian.)  They were seated in a visible location, but the conversation was private.   Trump later explained that he had to speak to Putin instead of his official dinner companion, because she spoke only Japanese and he couldn't understand her.  However, Abe's wife is known to speak fluent English and of course, Trump's Japanese interpreter was right there.  Other heads of state looked on, at this situation, worried, because the President of the United States did not have similar a similar rapport with any of them.

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Re: Trump Jr: "I forgot"
« Reply #114 on: 21:57 12-Aug-2017 »
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They were seated (according to protocol) next to each other at a State dinner at the Summit in Germany and Melania (who is fluent in russian) did most of the chatting and I'm sure did some interpreting for her husband as well.

Other than the two meetings, which needed to happen to discuss some fairly important topics like Syria, putting ISIS down and putler's role in the election meddling, just how much could be called schmoozing?   More like confronting. The two leaders have a currently adversarial relationship, but they also recognize the need for direct communications.   

Again, Trump is not the choice putler had in mind for POTUS.  He wanted the one who signed away 20% of the US uranium to him.

World leaders meet and talk about issues.  How many other Summit leaders could actually do anything to help anywhere in the world today?

Melania was seated near Putin and Chatted with him at this G20 banquet.  President Trump's official dinner companion, at the more than 2.5 hour event was the wife of Japan's PM, Abe.   President Trump got up and moved away from his place, pulled up a chair to where Putin was sitting and spoke to Putin for about an hour, with no American translator, using only Putin's translator (Trump's translator for the banquet, only one allowed, could not translate Russian.)  They were seated in a visible location, but the conversation was private.   Trump later explained that he had to speak to Putin instead of his official dinner companion, because she spoke only Japanese and he couldn't understand her.  However, Abe's wife is known to speak fluent English and of course, Trump's Japanese interpreter was right there.  Other heads of state looked on, at this situation, worried, because the President of the United States did not have similar a similar rapport with any of them.

Abe's wife, like a stuck up Japanese bitch, chose not to talk. Her mistake. Trump and Putin had an opportunity to actually speak off the record for as much as they could....others were worried, as they should be. None of them had the balls to stand up to Putin or even go talk to his ass. But, Trump did, and it seems without hesitation. He sat down and started chewing the fat. If you are going to ignore the two white elephants in the room then they are gonna gravitate to each other and eventually sh it on your dinner plate...... So, they spoke...big...fu cking...deal. 

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Re: Trump Jr: "I forgot"
« Reply #115 on: 22:54 12-Aug-2017 »
Like I said:

World leaders meet and talk about issues. 

Who else at the G20 was in any position to do anything at all about ISIS, Syria, etc except to attempt to placate and appease?  No one, except the two you're whining about because they had a "private" convo at a PUBLIC dinner.
One out of three Hillary voters are just as crazy as the other two.