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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Mar Wed 29, 2017 8:52 pm

He's not a conservative. He is a capitalist
Whats the difference, at least he created a lot of business and wealth for everyone to feed from...

Now he can tend to US and protecting our interests...

Whose croneys and yes girls of the past eight years??

Signing orders :lol: :lol: guess where he learn't that!!!

Like LBJ, as a negotiator.??? Like a constipated bull in a WH closet!! We'll be voting democrat for another 200 years now!! :lol:
Stop lying, and insinuating, and speculating.

That's all the crooked left and lame street media know now, a sort of last resort... With a little $$ help from jorge'...
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Mar Thu 30, 2017 9:17 am

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2 ... -hers.html
House telecom subcommittee chairman Marsha Blackburn received $84,000 from telecommunications companies in the 2016 election cycle alone.

On Tuesday, she and 264 other members of Congress, all Republicans, then voted to reverse a newly instituted FCC privacy rule that would allow internet service to sell previously private browsing data to the highest bidder.

Now one Tennessee mobile software engineer wants to prove just how disastrous the bill can be and highlight how data bought by ISPs can expose the private browsing histories—and lives—of any citizen.

Adam McElhaney wants to see Marsha Blackburn’s browsing history. And he’s trying to outbid ISPs to get it.

“She represents my state and I feel personally hurt she would sell us out for nearly $700,000,” said McElhaney, referring to Blackburn’s lifetime payout from the telecom industry.
The party of that preaches the value of individual freedoms sold us out. But Marsha got her 50 pieces....

Your ISP can track everything you do online, and then sell it. Thanks, Republicans.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Joseph » Mar Thu 30, 2017 10:31 am

And Obamacare allows private contractors access to data on EVERY FACET OF INDIVIDUALS' LIVES. Even stuff that they don't knowingly and willingly share on the Internet.

Thanks, Democrats!
Why do so many officials FEAR and kowtow to the Marshfield Airport gang?

What is the source of their power? Does it involve some kind of unseemly enterprise? A government entity?

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Mar Thu 30, 2017 10:39 am

And Obamacare
Proof? And we're not talking about that. Would Trumpcare have changed that, if true? Oh yeah, that bill failed. Trying to pass legislation that governs 1/6th of the economy in 60 days...

Anybody care to buy your search history?

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by JIMD » Mar Thu 30, 2017 11:11 am

Search History is public domain thinking otherwise is silly. It's called the world wide web for a reason. If you want it private do not put it on the web.
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Nov Tue 21, 2017 1:28 pm

Charlie Rose? Fired.

Roy Moore? The Republican Party of Alabama standing with him. Trump running and hiding behind Ivanka. Evangelical Christians? Siding with Moore. Trump trotting out Cabinet members to weasel around the issue.

Alabama apparently prefers a child molester to a Democrat. Conway? A vote for Doug Jones is a vote against lower taxes.

The family values party? Disgraced.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Nov Tue 21, 2017 6:12 pm

Alabama apparently prefers a child molester to a Democrat.
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Mushy, you are always picking the communists over the republicans...
What is the final perv count to date?? Shall we weigh them on the scales of justice??

Slickest willy @ fantasy island is not the only one who gets a pass... Don't forget the fax ass passer...

What's with that log in yer eye?? :lol: You ain't never gonna be a judge...

Let the homies elect him, he has not been impeached or is otherwise under arrest...
Your illegals on the other hand tried to elect the shrill but that did not withstand a legitimate election...
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Nov Tue 21, 2017 8:12 pm

What is the final perv count to date?? Shall we weigh them on the scales of justice??
Check this winner out, he should have listened to ole Dave Vitter who kept his place, even after his madam hung herself...
In public, Wesley Goodman was an up-and-coming conservative who championed pro-family and anti-LGBT causes and aspired to someday run for Congress.

In private, he exchanged salacious texts and emails with gay men he met on Capitol Hill, and sent sexually suggestive messages to young men he met through conservative circles who were too intimidated to publicly complain, according to three people who knew him when he worked in Washington.

Goodman's double life ended this week when he resigned from the Ohio legislature after House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger was alerted to Goodman's involvement in "inappropriate behavior" with a man in his state office in Columbus.

Ohio Rep. Wes Goodman resigns over 'inappropriate behavior'

The married, 33-year-old was elected to the 87th district seat in 2016 after working for the Conservative Action Project, a network of economic, social and national security conservatives. He previously worked for conservative U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, a Champaign County Republican.
Another phony hypocrite preachy conservative who can't walk the walk...but always better than the evil Dems, so sayeth hannity, and his loyal parrots...

At least he backed off when bagged, unlike your child molesting Alabama boy... Bannon must be sweating this one out, yes?

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Nov Wed 22, 2017 4:33 am

First it was the CHURCH, then the FAMILY, and now the NATION...

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by JIMD » Nov Wed 22, 2017 6:00 am

https://mic.com/articles/29702/massachu ... .Ed6hsUDut

Wood the judge vote for Moore if he could
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by bobkat » Nov Wed 22, 2017 10:17 am

JIMD wrote:
Nov Wed 22, 2017 6:00 am
https://mic.com/articles/29702/massachu ... .Ed6hsUDut

Wood the judge vote for Moore if he could
JIMD good article even though it is 4 years old. You get a good understanding by clicking on the Boston Globe article. I don't understand why you posted "Would the judge vote for Moore if he could" It was 7 judges that ruled. Maybe consent should be change to 18.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by JIMD » Nov Wed 22, 2017 10:28 am

I was looking for a recent article about the MA legislation recently wanting to change MA laws concerning the age of consent, it's disturbing what our government wants to allow with minors. Typical liberal democrat immoral views, behavior and beliefs.

I'll try again....

Found it Goofballs got caught so now they're back pedaling

http://newbostonpost.com/2017/11/01/mas ... y-of-bill/
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by HokieAl » Nov Wed 22, 2017 11:14 am

If you want to eliminate crime, get rid of the laws. Then there will be no crime. Good answer.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Nov Wed 22, 2017 11:41 am

"Would the judge vote for Moore if he could"
Will the voters vote for someone soft on crime, soft on borders, soft on drugs, or a 40 year old rumor??

My money is on the voters...
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by bobkat » Nov Wed 22, 2017 4:52 pm

JIMD wrote:
Nov Wed 22, 2017 10:28 am
Typical liberal democrat immoral views, behavior and beliefs.

I'll try again....

Found it Goofballs got caught so now they're back pedaling

http://newbostonpost.com/2017/11/01/mas ... y-of-bill/
JIMD you should do a little digging before you post . There are 50 states and 27 of them have the age of consent at age 16. Out of those 27 states are 19 red states. You need to stop painting with a broad brush. So I say those white conservatives in those 19 states need to stop thinking with that little head between their legs.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by JIMD » Nov Wed 22, 2017 6:54 pm

I'm going to teach my kids to call their penis a "bobcat" and their balls "democrats"
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Nov Wed 22, 2017 8:49 pm

I'm going to teach my kids
to never grow up to be like Republican Joe Barton.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by HokieAl » Nov Wed 22, 2017 9:20 pm

Ya Mac because you know that perversion is politically based

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by bobkat » Nov Thu 23, 2017 4:44 am

JIMD wrote:
Nov Wed 22, 2017 6:54 pm
I'm going to teach my kids to call their penis a "bobcat" and their balls "democrats"
JIMD I thought your kids were girls .

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Nov Thu 23, 2017 6:38 am

Add up the dem pervs against the repub perv rumors and you will see the score...

'IT' has melted down, now take your tax break like a freed American... Borders too...

Don't even bother with swilly or fantasy island...

Democracy is coming to the USA... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DU-RuR-qO4Y
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Nov Thu 23, 2017 8:05 am

Add up the dem pervs against the repub perv rumors and you will see the score...
Ya Mac because you know that perversion is politically based
It seems we have a disagreement.

Holier than thou conservative hypocritical phonies on every corner hiding under clouds of sanctimonious rhetoric...

How come you clowns aren't outraged by one of our best left behind to be executed fulfilling a useless mission in a country not 1 in a 1000 could find on a map?

And Donny arguing with the widow...pathetic. Where are the howls for an investigation? 4 gone; but you don't have HC to skewer any more so they don't matter...

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by JIMD » Nov Thu 23, 2017 9:19 am

JIMD I thought your kids were girls .

wrong again like you are all the time
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Nov Thu 23, 2017 9:37 am

Aye, and the repubs are with us today like for a year now with yet another day of thanks...

Gratitude, that's it...

Like for our believing nation and the waning of the communists...

For a full year now marx is dead so long live our Mighty King...

Scarce believe that Donny has killed many Americans...

Get over it, mushy, besides we are not sore winners...
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by MCasper » Dec Fri 08, 2017 3:14 pm

Mac66 wrote:
Nov Tue 21, 2017 1:28 pm
Charlie Rose? Fired.

Roy Moore? The Republican Party of Alabama standing with him. Trump running and hiding behind Ivanka. Evangelical Christians? Siding with Moore. Trump trotting out Cabinet members to weasel around the issue.

Alabama apparently prefers a child molester to a Democrat. Conway? A vote for Doug Jones is a vote against lower taxes.

The family values party? Disgraced.
1) Roy Moore is a candidate, not an employee. He will be hired or not by his would-be employer next Tues.
2) They prefer a Republican to a Democrat. A backer of the POTUS they voted for 62-34. Not another vote to stop his agenda and even impeach him.
3) Trump isn't hiding, be criticized for not hiding in fact.
4) Troubling tidbit. Sexual predators don't just stop being sexual predators. Yet this alleged one apparently did? Odd?
5) What a load of sophistry
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Dec Sat 09, 2017 7:57 am

Mark, so given the opportunity, would you vote for Roy Moore?

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by HokieAl » Dec Sat 09, 2017 8:07 am

You guys reelected Bill Clinton and there were plenty of allegations at that point.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Dec Sat 09, 2017 8:26 am

Thank God you guys still have the Clintons to kick around. When he’s dead and gone 20 years, the right will still be claiming he killed Vince Foster...

You should be a big Clinton guy: his Dem party paved the way for Trump. Read Listen Liberal by Thomas Frank for the scoop on Clinton’s courting the elites, moving away from the rest of us...

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by HokieAl » Dec Sat 09, 2017 8:31 am

Are you still blaming Bush?

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Dec Sat 09, 2017 11:19 am

Did you see that President last night on the telly??
Looked like top shelf leadership to me...

Not a trace though on the fake channels... That was all borus and natashia...

Standby for critically edited version to feed the puppies with... Add dangling participles to suit the pogrom...

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Dec Sat 09, 2017 12:16 pm

Top shelf leadership means deporting thousands of Hondurans currently under TPS. Destroying families, ruining the construction industry in TX and other places, causing a net loss to the USA of billions, drying up money sent to a country that really needs it.

Yeah, I missed Donny last night; who I did our Chief Twitter Troll go after last night?

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by bobkat » Dec Sat 09, 2017 1:10 pm

specialties wrote:
Dec Sat 09, 2017 11:19 am
Did you see that President last night on the telly??
Looked like top shelf leadership to me...
specialties. yes he look like a leader of a White Separatist group. In case you forgot what that means

a person who supports the separation of a particular group of people from a larger body on the basis of ethnicity, religion, or gender.

Here is a good tweet from one of Trump's followers.

@SteveKingIA
Diversity is not our strength. Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban, “Mixing cultures will not lead to a higher quality of life but a lower one.”



Also John McCain a true American Hero had this to say about Victor Orban. Called him a Neo -fascist.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Vlad_Rap » Dec Sat 09, 2017 1:29 pm

Mark, so given the opportunity, would you vote for Roy Moore?
Well - aren't you voting for Maura Healey??? Let me help you with that. Yes - you are.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Dec Sat 09, 2017 1:37 pm

What a load of sophistry
Republicans have been preaching for years that character counts. Yet, it's the dems pressuring Conyers and Franken out, while the conservatives say, yeah, he might be a perv, the accusers are probably telling the truth, but we need the votes.

They are all over the map on this. Trumps paid flacks and his own daughter are contradicting Trump.

Character? Seriously?

Aside from the allegations, Moore doesn't want Muslims serving in Congress or the military, and apparently was under the impression that Illinois was under Sharia law.

And the guy who led the parade of ousters from the congress for sexual misconduct? Bob Packwood, a Republican.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Vlad_Rap » Dec Sat 09, 2017 1:58 pm

"and they ran like scalded dogs"
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by JIMD » Dec Sat 09, 2017 2:42 pm

Where the heck were all the liberal democrats when slick willy was raping women? Every lib defended him 100%, libs disparaged the women who made serious accusations, none of you have any moral ground to stand on, if you think for a second you do, you're full of [expletive]. Your fake outrage about Moore is just that. You're pissed because Franklin quit but Moore may win and he'll stay.

Mac66 and Bobpussy did you vote for Slick Willy? I can't vote for Moore and if I could I probably wouldn't
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by bobkat » Dec Sat 09, 2017 3:25 pm

JIMD wrote:
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Mac66 and Bobpussy did you vote for Slick Willy? I can't vote for Moore and if I could I probably wouldn't
jimmy both Bill Clinton and Roy Moore are bad but there is a big difference between these two men. Roy Moore is a Pedofile and the GOP (Grand Old Pedofile) are the same now.

a paraphilia in which an adult desires or engages in sexual relations with a child; it may be either homosexual or heterosexual

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Dec Sat 09, 2017 4:19 pm

"and they ran like scalded dogs"
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Vlad_Rap » Dec Sat 09, 2017 4:39 pm

a paraphilia in which an adult desires or engages in sexual relations with a child; it may be either homosexual or heterosexual
Ohhhhhh.... a "paraphilia" !!! This has to be relevant somehow! I just know it!! Is that anything like a "package treatment plant"?
I think you must be wearing out "Google"- not to mention your poor editor.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by JIMD » Dec Sat 09, 2017 7:44 pm

Bobpussy admit it you voted for a rapist, I didn't vote for the rapist you did, you POS

All my liberal friends voted for the rapist, they knew it, ideology trump all and they/you voted for Slick the criminal, get off your high horse a-hole a [expletive] you
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by bobkat » Dec Sat 09, 2017 8:39 pm

JIMD wrote:
Dec Sat 09, 2017 7:44 pm
Bobpussy admit it you voted for a rapist, I didn't vote for the rapist you did, you POS

All my liberal friends voted for the rapist, they knew it, ideology trump all and they/you voted for Slick the criminal, get off your high horse a-hole a [expletive] you
jimmy. when was Bill Clinton convicted of being a Rapist. Did he use his position of power on women .Yes he did but like I said before Paula Jones was the only one to take him to court but her dumb lawyers settled . So when did this rape happen. Yes I did vote for Bill Clinton twice 1992 and 1996. If I had known what he had been accused of . I would have stayed home and not voted.

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