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    I think it's more like someone whose head is not firmly planted up their ass! These statements are pretty readily available to see for yourself, coming right out of that jackass'es mouth on videos.
    "They" don't really tell anyone anything, it's common sense looking at basic human nature coupled with a lifetime e of observations.
    Pelosi could have prevented the huge insurrection, but just like covid and junkies shitting in the streets and robbing businesses blind, it wouldn't have helped her cause.
    The whole second sham impeachment was immediately over the minute they wanted to have Pelosi testify.
    "They" didn't tell me that, I watched the circus show live myself.
    People will always believe what they want to believe.
    I'd rather drink kool-aid than the fool-aid you're on.

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    WOW! So if Pelosi could have prevented the insurrection, the same could be said for Trump! Uhmmm the koolaid is powerful in this one (Yoda accent)

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    Quote Originally Posted by flatman View Post
    WOW! So if Pelosi could have prevented the insurrection, the same could be said for Trump! Uhmmm the koolaid is powerful in this one (Yoda accent)
    Except that the Capitol Police are under Pelosi. They report to her.
    Trump was very careful not to cross boundaries.
    I like grape Kool-aid, like your hair color.
    Last edited by 70fatster; 07-31-2021 at 4:57 PM.

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    Well since we have stooped low into personal insults, we need to talk. You have more problems than your political leanings. I am going to go out on a limb here, I think you meant to say in that first sentence that my head was up my ass. Not that it wasnt up my ass. You may want to go back and edit that! Also I thought Koop was the surgeon General at one time? I suggest you hit the koolaid AFTER you hit the send button (or post quick reply) And since you want to talk hair, time to get your man bun on and hit the streets with that grape, I can see clearly now, cocktail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 70fatster View Post
    Except that the Capitol Police are under Pelosi. They report to her.
    Sorry that is not correct, please see below:

    Republican Rep. Jim Banks said that Pelosi, as speaker, “has more control and authority and responsibility over the leadership of the Capitol Police than anyone else in the United States Capitol” and therefore, “is ultimately responsible for the breakdown of security at the Capitol that happened on Jan. 6.” The speaker does not oversee security of the U.S. Capitol. The speaker appoints one member of a four-member board that oversees Capitol security, and who then must be approved by the House.

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    Go back and read again. You had just called confab a trump tent revival something or other.
    Since you started with the name calling I figured that's the level we had gone to.
    The limb you're on is pretty weak because your reading comprehension is sub par. I'm sure you passed all your English classes however because we can't tell kids they're stupid anymore so they passed you through and gave you a trophy.
    I'm sorry our system has failed so many in this way.
    So that you will understand what I was saying, I was referring to Confabs head not being up his ass.
    Who in the fuck is talking about Koop?
    I'm sure you think it's normal for someone to have a man bun so I understand your fantasy about me having one, but too bad for you, I have no hair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 70fatster View Post
    Go back and read again. You had just called confab a trump tent revival something or other.
    He was talking to me?

    It was such non sequitur bullshit, I had no idea what it meant or who it was addressed to?

    lol.

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    Man, just reading these comments makes me sad. This country is incredibly divided, and for what? Both sides of the isle peddle the same exact bs covered with different color sprinkles. The right doesn't understand that Trump was not the type of leader they needed, while the left doesn't realize that Trump being elected was a direct consequence of bs politics in years leading up to 2016. And now? Now the pendulum swings the other way. I personally don't think Trump is a good businessman, which is touted as one of his main positive traits. The guy ran a casino in one of the largest gambling hot spots on the east coast. Tell me, can you find his casino on this list? https://www.nodepositdaily.com/featu...und-the-world/ No? Neither can I because it doesn't exist anymore. The guy was and still is a crappy businessman, and is nothing more than an overly glorified reality TV star.

    That being said, he was better than anything dems had to offer. Hillary? Are you kidding me? The only problem is that he gave the dems enough momentum to undo everything the conservatives built over the past decade or so. It's all coming down now. The way I see it, this ends in one of two ways — either America wakes tf up and elects a non-polarizing president in 2024, or we're heading all the way down to the bottom.

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    ...either America wakes tf up and elects a non-polarizing president...

    Frankly? The contemporary left are a bunch of totalitarian, hypocritical, uber-assholes, and their ideas don't work. They have cast off objective reality, wholesale. Discussion is therefore impossible.

    There's no way to not be "polarizing" in the current political environment.

    It is simply impossible without agreeing with them and giving them everything they want. Which still won't be enough.

    So much for that idea.

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    Can't say I find Biden non-polarising. His contempt for others views is blinding clear. A response to an auto workers question on guns?
    It was:
    'you're full of shit' .
    Not to mention numerous occasions he's lost it with reporters.

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    PS: I really do wish we could talk, though. Honestly and openly.

    There's a lot of problems right now that need to be addressed. Real ones.

    Sadly. I don't feel as though Americans have many advocates in DC at the moment. I think they haven't for a very long time.

    All I see when I look at that place is a very developed and thoroughly bipartisan political class who spend most of their time accommodating special interests, to the detriment of everyone else.

    I can think of no coherent argument for the continued existence of this self dealing class in American politics, today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by confab View Post
    PS: I really do wish we could talk, though. Honestly and openly.

    There's a lot of problems right now that need to be addressed. Real ones.

    Sadly. I don't feel as though Americans have many advocates in DC at the moment. I think they haven't for a very long time.

    All I see when I look at that place is a very developed and thoroughly bipartisan political class who spend most of their time accommodating special interests, to the detriment of everyone else.

    I can think of no coherent argument for the continued existence of this self dealing class in American politics, today.
    This is really the problem. This is what Trump is against and was trying to tell people about. Both sides are deeply entrenched and he is a serious threat to the gravy train.
    The worst part is that the mainstream news is now also owned and politicized to the point of propaganda. We really have no advocates in Washington, or anyone to check up on them.
    Whether you hate Trump or not, anyone should agree this situation is not good for We the People.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 70fatster View Post
    Whether you hate Trump or not, anyone should agree this situation is not good for We the People.
    They don't.

    Today? We're the only ones who hate the political establishment and view it as a self dealing construct of cronies and takers.


    The contemporary left are so hateful and embittered, all they want now is to cause pain. It's like trying to have an adult conversation with your crazy ex girlfriend.

    If you want a real eye opener and a unique insight into how they think and what motivates them? Check out the Unabomber's Manifesto.

    He's an actual genius (Tested IQ: 167) and a big leftist, and he's pleading with them about the dangers of technology. (That part is pretty boring, actually.)

    But during this LENGTHY process (He was a professor and it shows. Holy FUCK! Talk about putting people to sleep categorizing and analyzing absolutely EVERYTHING? This guy could write a book about his breakfast cereal, and take 4 volumes to do it.) he lets a lot slip about motivations and how they view the world. And that part is absolutely fascinating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DustyDave View Post
    More Republican Lies!!!!!!

    Republican says he wasn’t involved in fatal crash despite motorcycle stuck to the front of his car

    I hate to stereotype them all, but Republicans across the country have garnered reputations for their lack of empathy towards humanity. However, one GOP official has allegedly taken it to the next level. A Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate is under investigation in connection with a fatal motor vehicle accident in which he claims he wasn’t involved … although a motorcycle was found stuck to the front of his car.

    According to the Associated Press, Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate Charlie Gerow, who announced his candidacy last month, shared Friday that he is cooperating with police in an investigation into an accident during which a motorcyclist was killed. While Gerow claims he had no involvement, he apparently drove several miles with the motorcycle stuck to the front of his car, a witness told Spotlight PA.

    The witness, a highway construction worker, was working on the turnpike when he saw that a motorcycle was “sitting upright, with the side stuck into the front of the car.” He said he and his crew watched in disbelief as sparks flew from the car, which was traveling at a high rate of speed.

    "It was a big motorcycle, too. There were a bunch of sparks. And it was very loud," Nicholas Forgette, the witness, told Spotlight PA. As a result of the accident, the highway was closed for several hours.

    Forgette also told the outlet that he saw Gerow’s Mercedes pulled over by state police several miles down the road from where he first saw the car pass. He said Gerow was sitting on a guardrail, stone-faced and "kind of disconnected.”

    Pennsylvania state police officials have released little to no information about the incident outside of confirming a vehicle belonged to Gerow. The accident occurred Wednesday night, but how the crash happened has not yet been made public.

    According to a police news release, the victim—identified a 30-year-old Logan Carl Abbott—died as a result of multiple blunt impacts. Toxicology tests on the victim are pending.

    In a statement to the Associated Press, Gerow said he “looks forward to the State Police completing their investigation and is confident that the investigation will confirm that he was not the cause (of) the accident.” He did not comment on the motorcycle being stuck to his car or why he did not notice it while driving for several miles.

    According to the AP, Gerow’s gubernatorial campaign is his first statewide campaign after running unsuccessfully for Congress and the state legislature. Driving for miles without realizing he had a motorcycle attached to his grill is not a good look.
    I haven't logged in here for awhile. I see things are the same, bash bad orange man, even though he's gone, you still feel threatened by him. He is living rent free in the heads of the democrats.
    I'm in Pennsylvania. So far the investigation shows that the guy on the bike collided with a truck and the disabled bike was already laying on the Turnpike when Charlie Gerow hit it.
    He volunteered to take a blood test and was declared stone sober.
    Why he kept driving is not yet clear. Possibly in shock?
    Whatever, he apparently did not cause the accident, just hit the bike that was laying on the road, and pushed it a few miles.
    Feel free to retract your biased AP story, and apologize.

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    Could have been in a Pennsylvania construction zone. They use Jersey barriers to make narrow corridors for miles with nowhere to pull off in an emergency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 70fatster View Post
    Could have been in a Pennsylvania construction zone. They use Jersey barriers to make narrow corridors for miles with nowhere to pull off in an emergency.
    Yes, or maybe he was in a state of shock because he'd never seen a dead body laying on the road. Did the rubberneck thing and hit the bike.
    The story did say the witness was a construction worker. That is, the only witness who said what the media wanted to hear that fits their narrative.

    But since he's a republican, he's declared guilty by the media before the investigation even starts.
    The haters fall for it and read it as the truth of the Gospel.

    Then, if the results of the investigation show he's innocent, it won't even be reported because it doesn't fit the narrative or agenda of the Marxist left.
    Move along, find something else to speculate or lie about.

    He could be guilty, but surely the opposition would have had more to say by now if the investigation was headed that way.
    I'm hearing crickets in my part of PA.
    They'll dream up something else to distract from the election audits that are exposing their fraud.

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    How ever they dress, I don't trust the Dems
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoghead View Post
    How ever they dress, I don't trust the Dems
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    That's a great look for Hillary! It's pretty clear why he was messing with the interns.
    Unless he was waaay sicker than we thought!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 70fatster View Post
    That's a great look for Hillary! It's pretty clear why he was messing with the interns.
    Unless he was waaay sicker than we thought!
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    No contest really....

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    And.... Cuomo is toast!

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