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  • #31
    Originally posted by Brad Thomson View Post

    ... Trump attempts to incite ...
    Can you stretch that out any further? Huh? Probably, maybe, might have, sorta, almost, kinda ... incite?

    Seriously, get past the extreme left's manipulated cropped 5 second sound bites ... like Jan. 6th!!! ... drill down!

    Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg just realized his little ploy backfired, ha!

    Next week we'll see if he can walk the talk.








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    • #32
      Originally posted by Neil Frarey View Post
      incite?
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ID:	225545 Trump himself posted this not particularly subtle attempt to incite his idiots to violence. This man is deeply sick and dangerous. You do yourself no service pretending to support him. There is nothing wrong with advocating right-wing politics, I am no lefty myself, but supporting Trump demonstrates considerably more than one's political stance.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Brad Thomson View Post
        Trump himself posted this not particularly subtle attempt to incite his idiots to violence. This man is deeply sick and dangerous. You do yourself no service pretending to support him. There is nothing wrong with advocating right-wing politics, I am no lefty myself, but supporting Trump demonstrates considerably more than one's political stance.
        Agree 100%.
        "We hang the petty thieves and appoint the great ones to public office." - Aesop
        "Only the dead have seen the end of war." - Plato
        "If once a man indulges himself in murder, very soon he comes to think little of robbing; and from robbing he comes next to drinking and Sabbath-breaking, and from that to incivility and procrastination." - Thomas De Quincey

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Brad Thomson View Post
          Trump himself posted this not particularly subtle attempt to incite his idiots to violence. This man is deeply sick and dangerous. You do yourself no service pretending to support him. There is nothing wrong with advocating right-wing politics, I am no lefty myself, but supporting Trump demonstrates considerably more than one's political stance.
          Trump will never win the Mr. Nice Guy award ... granted. Nor could he, ha!

          But as a leader of the free world he was very effective on several critical important national and global issues.

          You don't have to like the guy, but he got sh*t done.

          Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg better put up or shut up! His little ill conceived ploy to grab hits and clicks for his next campaign definitely gave Trump more of a lead in the polls!

          Trump / DeSantis 2024

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Peter McKillop View Post

            Agree 100%.
            Finding a politician who is not a crook is more difficult than finding a needle in a haystack. Perhaps in a Libertarian system, like circles within circles, which Bob A and me are very fond of, where even the 'head' of government would be an ordinary job, not a celebrity one, it would be easier...
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            • #36
              Originally posted by Neil Frarey View Post
              But as a leader of the free world he was very effective on several critical important national and global issues.
              I do agree with this. And unlike many American Presidents, he did not start a war.

              The hush money payment to a cheap, ugly hooker is meaningless, but the theft of classified documents is bad, the attempt to manipulate election results in Georgia is horrendous, and the incitement of insurrection on January 6 is an act of treason.

              America needs to put Trump out of business one way or another.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Brad Thomson View Post

                America needs to put Trump out of business one way or another.
                So Trump doesn't go to war ... Trump saves countless lives with his swift presidential action with Operation Warp Speed ... and you want to get rid of that guy?

                In favor of what?

                The guy that does go to a proxy war ... forces crippling covid mandates upon millions of people?

                Why?







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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Neil Frarey View Post
                  Why?
                  Treason cannot be tolerated.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Neil Frarey View Post
                    The guy that does go to a proxy war
                    This "proxy" war is absolutely necessary. Psychopaths like Putin do not stop until they are stopped. History presents us with many examples of this sort of person. The most recent one was Hitler, before him Napoleon. These monsters must be eliminated, there is no appeasing them. Anyone who is against the helping of Ukraine is without a knowledge of how human history operates. If Putin were to win and take Ukraine, he would set his sights on another country next, probably Moldova. And on and on he would go until he was stopped. Putin is Hitler/Napoleon on nuclear steroids. There has never been a more dangerous human.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Neil Frarey View Post
                      forces crippling covid mandates upon millions of people?
                      This is open to debate. If the earlier strains of COVID had been quite weak, such as they are now, then of course no mandates would have been required. If COVID had been as virulent as Ebola, or the Bubonic Plague, then the mandates put into effect would not have been nearly severe enough. An over-reaction (and it may well have been one) is safer than an under-reaction. Again, this is open to debate. In democracies, we elect people to make these sorts of decisions for us, and we toss them out if we do not like the decisions that they make. Trump got tossed out on his ass. He is entitled to try again unless he is put out of business by being convicted of a felony, or by some other means. I suspect that he will be convicted of a felony for stealing and concealing and lying about the classified documents (where his own lawyers that he lied to, thereby removing attorney-client privilege, will have to testify against him to protect themselves), and for the manipulations in Georgia (where his own recorded voice proves his guilt).

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by Brad Thomson View Post

                        Trump should have been assassinated long ago. America could end up paying seriously for not taking Trump off..
                        ....convicted of a felony, or by some other means....
                        OMG! The demon in Trump seems to have taken residence in you...becoming even more ferocious... :-)

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Brad Thomson View Post

                          This "proxy" war is absolutely necessary. Psychopaths like Putin do not stop until they are stopped. History presents us with many examples of this sort of person. The most recent one was Hitler, before him Napoleon. These monsters must be eliminated, there is no appeasing them. Anyone who is against the helping of Ukraine is without a knowledge of how human history operates. If Putin were to win and take Ukraine, he would set his sights on another country next, probably Moldova. And on and on he would go until he was stopped. Putin is Hitler/Napoleon on nuclear steroids. There has never been a more dangerous human.
                          Xi's peace plan:
                          The war stops and Ukraine, Moldova retain their independence, if they agree to be a neutral geographical barrier between NATO and Russia.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Brad Thomson View Post

                            This is open to debate. If the earlier strains of COVID had been quite weak, such as they are now, then of course no mandates would have been required. If COVID had been as virulent as Ebola, or the Bubonic Plague, then the mandates put into effect would not have been nearly severe enough.
                            Very reasonable assessment of the issues, Brad!

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by Brad Thomson View Post

                              Treason cannot be tolerated.
                              One person's treason is another's 'revolution'...

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Brad Thomson View Post

                                This is open to debate. If the earlier strains of COVID had been quite weak, such as they are now, then of course, no mandates would have been required. If COVID had been as virulent as Ebola, or the Bubonic Plague, then the mandates put into effect would not have been nearly severe enough. An over-reaction (and it may well have been one) is safer than an under-reaction. Again, this is open to debate. In democracies, we elect people to make these sorts of decisions for us, and we toss them out if we do not like the decisions that they make. Trump got tossed out on his ass. He is entitled to try again unless he is put out of business by being convicted of a felony, or by some other means. I suspect that he will be convicted of a felony for stealing and concealing and lying about the classified documents (where his own lawyers that he lied to, thereby removing attorney-client privilege, will have to testify against him to protect themselves), and for the manipulations in Georgia (where his own recorded voice proves his guilt).
                                Originally posted by Brad Thomson View Post
                                If the earlier strains of COVID had been quite weak
                                The fact is the original strain SARSCOV2 was quite weak for almost the entire population except for the elderly or those that were immunocompromised. Locking down people with no symptoms and masking healthy people and children was the main crime resulting in the greatest unnecessary mass transfer of wealth in history from small businesses to elite corporations like Amazon and The Chinese Communist Party, which was among the biggest beneficiaries of the lockdowns.
                                This paper was published in November 2020 by CAO et al. tracked over 1174 close contacts of asymptomatic cases (tested positive but no symptoms) and found ZERO cases contracted from the asymptomatic.
                                https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-020-19802-w
                                "There were no positive tests amongst 1,174 close contacts of asymptomatic cases."

                                Hence lockdowns of the healthy and masking of the healthy were insanely stupid concepts regardless of the virulence of the virus. The laws of evolution dictate that a virulent virus will never spread to pandemic proportions as it kills its hosts very quickly and hence cannot spread. That is why you do not see ebola pandemics.

                                .

                                This is an important thread of how China conned the Western World into lockdown policies resulting in. the devastation of Western Economies while
                                China's. GDP in 2020 flourished.

                                https://twitter.com/MichaelPSenger/s...31084047253513

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