Please trump, stay the course

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pulitzerdave
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Re: Please trump, stay the course

Post by pulitzerdave » June 30th, 2020, 8:41 am

"These new rules are kinda tricky. If you make it a habit of turning people in (not talking about you KITNooga), sooner or later it will come back to bite you",

TAKE A BIG BITE OF THAT MULLIGAN STEW. IT TASTES MIGHTY GOOD!

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Post by pulitzerdave » June 30th, 2020, 8:43 am

spot2180 wrote:
June 30th, 2020, 7:16 am
I recall this kind of thing going around the first time: Trump doesn't really want it. Trump isn't serious. Trump is gonna drop out.

I was one of those people. I didn't think he was serious. But I was wrong. At this point, it is just wishful thinking by the left.

The left doesn't want Pence to step in either. If Trump was gonna get out, he'd do it really soon so Pence has a chance to campaign. It would be far more likely that if Trump was gonna step down, it would make more sense to step down when he wins a second term, but I don't see that happening either. Trump doesn't want history to portray him as a quitter. No matter what happens, he won't be seen as a quitter.

All of the chaos going on right now hasn't been planned, but it has been enabled by the left, and it may be to their detriment. Most people are not willing to embrace that much chaos for that long. People want some security, and rioting, tearing down statues and defunding the police don't provide security. I heard this morning that the two people in Missouri who where pointing guns at the mob ouside their house vote democrat. I bet they don't this year. I know my aunt in California who has voted for California democrats for a long time is voting republican this year. Pelosi and Schumer might do better by trying to reign it all in, but they are too far in at this point. Only the young would vote in chaos, if they vote. Chaos is dependent upon emotions.

Chaos has set up shop between Biden ears. He never was the sharpest tool in the shed, but I just feel sorry for him now. He's 'there' enough to know that he is in a campaign, but he isn't there enough to do a presser or even an interview if the answers to the questions aren't known beforehand. Trump isn't dropping out against feeble minded influence peddler.
Do I need to repost the the trump windmill poem?

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Post by spot2180 » June 30th, 2020, 8:46 am

Why do that pulitzerdave? It would be just another thing you post that I won't waste my time reading. Something tells me you'll do it anyway.
"Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored." ~ Aldous Huxley
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Post by powercat5000 » June 30th, 2020, 8:58 am

Well, Biden’s chances just went back to 0%
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Post by pulitzerdave » June 30th, 2020, 8:59 am

spot2180 wrote:
June 30th, 2020, 8:46 am
Why do that pulitzerdave? It would be just another thing you post that I won't waste my time reading. Something tells me you'll do it anyway.
Everyone should read the windmill poem. There has to be some hidden, brilliant meaning in it's flexuous rambling.

So for those who haven't read it, here it is again.



I never understood wind.
You know, I know
windmills very much.
I have studied it
better than anybody
else. It’s very expensive.
They are made in China
and Germany mostly.
—Very few made here, almost none,
but they are manufactured, tremendous
—if you are into this—
tremendous fumes. Gases are
spewing into the atmosphere. You know
we have a world
right?

So the world
is tiny
compared to the universe.
So tremendous, tremendous
amount of fumes and everything.
You talk about
the carbon footprint
— fumes are spewing into the air.
Right? Spewing.
Whether it’s in China,
Germany, it’s going into the air.
It’s our air
their air
everything — right?

A windmill will kill many bald eagles.
After a certain number
they make you turn the windmill off.
That is true.
—By the way
they make you turn it off.
And yet, if you killed one
they put you in jail.
That is OK.

You want to see a bird graveyard?
You just go.
Take a look.
A bird graveyard.
Go under a windmill someday,
you’ll see
more birds
than you’ve ever seen
in your life.

~ D. Trump
12/21/2019

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Post by pulitzerdave » June 30th, 2020, 9:01 am

powercat5000 wrote:
June 30th, 2020, 8:58 am
Well, Biden’s chances just went back to 0%
Is that a threat, or a prediction. :o :o :o

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Post by pulitzerdave » June 30th, 2020, 9:18 am

spot2180 wrote:
June 30th, 2020, 7:16 am
I recall this kind of thing going around the first time: Trump doesn't really want it. Trump isn't serious. Trump is gonna drop out.

I was one of those people. I didn't think he was serious. But I was wrong. At this point, it is just wishful thinking by the left.

The left doesn't want Pence to step in either. If Trump was gonna get out, he'd do it really soon so Pence has a chance to campaign. It would be far more likely that if Trump was gonna step down, it would make more sense to step down when he wins a second term, but I don't see that happening either. Trump doesn't want history to portray him as a quitter. No matter what happens, he won't be seen as a quitter.

All of the chaos going on right now hasn't been planned, but it has been enabled by the left, and it may be to their detriment. Most people are not willing to embrace that much chaos for that long. People want some security, and rioting, tearing down statues and defunding the police don't provide security. I heard this morning that the two people in Missouri who where pointing guns at the mob ouside their house vote democrat. I bet they don't this year. I know my aunt in California who has voted for California democrats for a long time is voting republican this year. Pelosi and Schumer might do better by trying to reign it all in, but they are too far in at this point. Only the young would vote in chaos, if they vote. Chaos is dependent upon emotions.

Chaos has set up shop between Biden ears. He never was the sharpest tool in the shed, but I just feel sorry for him now. He's 'there' enough to know that he is in a campaign, but he isn't there enough to do a presser or even an interview if the answers to the questions aren't known beforehand. Trump isn't dropping out against feeble minded influence peddler.
Nice try.

Pence? Wasn't it Pence who presided over the COVID chorus yesterday? Good example there.

"All of the chaos going on right now hasn't been planned, but it has been enabled by the left." Cop's knee on George Floyd, then he dies. trump clears street by White House with chemical agents and brute force so he can blaspheme God and country by holding a bible.

]"Chaos has set up shop between Biden ears. He never was the sharpest tool in the shed,"
Reference: trump's windmill poem.

"He (Biden) is 'there' enough to know that he is in a campaign, but he isn't there enough to do a presser or even an interview ...". Biden doesn't need to say a word right now. trump is doing his campaigning for him.

"Trump isn't dropping out against feeble minded influence peddler.".

trump:
So the world
is tiny
compared to the universe.
So tremendous, tremendous
amount of fumes and everything.
You talk about
the carbon footprint
— fumes are spewing into the air.
Right? Spewing.
Whether it’s in China,
Germany, it’s going into the air.
It’s our air
their air
everything — right?

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Post by wild@nite » June 30th, 2020, 1:40 pm

spot2180 wrote:
June 30th, 2020, 8:46 am
Why do that pulitzerdave? It would be just another thing you post that I won't waste my time reading. Something tells me you'll do it anyway.
Thank you for not quoting him. I have him blocked. Love that feature.

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Post by spot2180 » June 30th, 2020, 1:44 pm

wild@nite wrote:
June 30th, 2020, 1:40 pm
spot2180 wrote:
June 30th, 2020, 8:46 am
Why do that pulitzerdave? It would be just another thing you post that I won't waste my time reading. Something tells me you'll do it anyway.
Thank you for not quoting him. I have him blocked. Love that feature.
Just so you know, he posted it anyway. And I didn't waste my time reading it.
"Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored." ~ Aldous Huxley
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Post by JazzCatDRP » June 30th, 2020, 1:50 pm

This one's heading to the war zone. Not because of any specific post...it's just petty bickering across the board. Please remember folks, if you're wanting to start a pissing match, make our jobs easier and just do it in the war zone. If you want to actually discuss policy, start that here.

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