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the end of Age of Reason

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"I whine until I win!" - Trump

 

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:lmao::dead:

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13 hours ago, Skin said:

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Do people still want the wall? I feel like it's just an after thought now :lol:

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14 hours ago, Kilt said:

the end of Age of Reason

Back to the Middle Ages

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2 hours ago, ULIZOS said:

 

I am still amazed that a man "so successful" has already had several chapter 11 moments in his illustrious entrepreneurial career, yet he's excused from showing his tax returns and he also happens to have managed to become President

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7 hours ago, XXL said:

 

I am still amazed that a man "so successful" has already had several chapter 11 moments in his illustrious entrepreneurial career, yet he's excused from showing his tax returns and he also happens to have managed to become President

Welcome to AMERIKU YEEHAW

 

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16 hours ago, ULIZOS said:

Do people still want the wall? I feel like it's just an after thought now :lol:

Yes they still want it.  When he skipped out on that dinner and did a rally instead people started yelling out "THE WALL!!!". And Trump swore to them the plans for it were coming together beautifully. Lmao

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Unhappy Birthday today Donald Trump! Hopefully you've already been impeached well before your next birthday! 

 

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19 hours ago, ULIZOS said:

Welcome to AMERIKU YEEHAW

 

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So, this shooting yesterday on the baseball field by a Bernie Sanders volunteer and supporter who singled out republicans. And, predictably, they're beginning to blame democrats for their <GASP> 'toxic rhetoric'. 

Give me a fucking break. 

Hannity, Beck, Coulter, Yiannopoulos, Limbaugh, Alex Jones, and the like have been bathing in toxicity for decades and spewing some of the most vile, hate filled speech I've ever heard. I have NEVER heard progressives sound even close to these pieces of shit. 

And the fact republicans are against any kind of common sense gun control on just about any level just puts the cherry on top of the cake. I have sympathy for those involved in this incident, but I think it's pretty obvious where this 'toxic' brand of politics originated from. And it wasn't from the left. 

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Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull making fun of Trump at the Winter ball which has always been "media free"  but this audio leaked. 

 

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Always deflecting 

 

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1 hour ago, Hector said:

Always deflecting 

 

He is a disgrace.  Pathetic man and nothing like a leader. When is America going to rid itself of this orange revolting buffoon as president. 

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WTH   :semifunny:  :blink:

 

US signs $12bn worth jet deal with Qatar days after Trump called Doha ‚Äėterrorist funder‚Äô

The contract sealed after meeting between US Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis and Qatari Minister of State for Defense Affairs Khalid al-Attiyah. Qatar bought 36 F-15 warplanes produced by McDonnell Douglas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

More of the usual, pathetic divide and conquer strategy, enough!

And the irony about his Qatar speech :rotfl:  when days before he had received a medal of honour from King Salman of SA

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how does trump still have supporters lmaooo ??? :wacko: its like these people lack critical thinking

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On 6/15/2017 at 7:03 AM, KalamazooJay said:

So, this shooting yesterday on the baseball field by a Bernie Sanders volunteer and supporter who singled out republicans. And, predictably, they're beginning to blame democrats for their <GASP> 'toxic rhetoric'. 

Give me a fucking break. 

Hannity, Beck, Coulter, Yiannopoulos, Limbaugh, Alex Jones, and the like have been bathing in toxicity for decades and spewing some of the most vile, hate filled speech I've ever heard. I have NEVER heard progressives sound even close to these pieces of shit. 

And the fact republicans are against any kind of common sense gun control on just about any level just puts the cherry on top of the cake. I have sympathy for those involved in this incident, but I think it's pretty obvious where this 'toxic' brand of politics originated from. And it wasn't from the left. 

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On 6/15/2017 at 10:03 AM, KalamazooJay said:

So, this shooting yesterday on the baseball field by a Bernie Sanders volunteer and supporter who singled out republicans. And, predictably, they're beginning to blame democrats for their <GASP> 'toxic rhetoric'. 

Give me a fucking break. 

Hannity, Beck, Coulter, Yiannopoulos, Limbaugh, Alex Jones, and the like have been bathing in toxicity for decades and spewing some of the most vile, hate filled speech I've ever heard. I have NEVER heard progressives sound even close to these pieces of shit. 

And the fact republicans are against any kind of common sense gun control on just about any level just puts the cherry on top of the cake. I have sympathy for those involved in this incident, but I think it's pretty obvious where this 'toxic' brand of politics originated from. And it wasn't from the left. 

But don't you remember how civil these people were to Obama for 8 years? :madgemanson:

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11 hours ago, XXL said:

WTH   :semifunny:  :blink:

 

US signs $12bn worth jet deal with Qatar days after Trump called Doha ‚Äėterrorist funder‚Äô

The contract sealed after meeting between US Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis and Qatari Minister of State for Defense Affairs Khalid al-Attiyah. Qatar bought 36 F-15 warplanes produced by McDonnell Douglas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

More of the usual, pathetic divide and conquer strategy, enough!

And the irony about his Qatar speech :rotfl:  when days before he had received a medal of honour from King Salman of SA

I can't believe that every day he is even worse than the day before.  Makes me sick inside. 

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This is insane. And scary. 

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Cuba to Trump: US in no 'condition to lecture us' on human rights

Responding to President Donald Trump's announcement Friday that he is reversing the Obama administration's steps to normalize relations with Cuba, the Castro government said the US is in no "condition to lecture us."

Trump's speech in Miami to announce the rollback was "full of hostile rhetoric," Havana's statement said, adding that the announced policies will "revert" the progress achieved between the two countries in the past two years.
 
Under the President's executive order, the Trump administration will begin strictly enforcing the exemptions that allow travel between the US and Cuba and prohibit commerce with Cuban businesses owned by the military and intelligence services. Trump also directed Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to convene a task force on expanding Internet access on the island and reiterated the United States' opposition to efforts in the United Nations to lift the Cuban embargo until more is done to honor human rights.
    During his speech, Trump slammed Cuba for human rights abuses, saying, "The Castro regime has shipped arms to North Korea and fueled chaos in Venezuela. While imprisoning innocents, it has harbored cop killers, hijackers and terrorists. It has supported human trafficking, forced labor and exploitation all around the globe."
     
    The Cuban government rebuked those statements in a lengthy response Friday, writing that Trump's executive order betrays a double standard on human rights.
     
    "We have deep concerns by the respect and the guaranties of the human rights in that country, where there is a large number of cases of murder, brutality and police abuse, particularly against the African Americans; the right to live is violated as a result of deaths by firearms," the statement read.
     
    It went on to list a litany of concerns: racial discrimination, salary inequality between genders, the marginalization of immigrants and refugees from Islamic and other countries, Trump's proposed wall on the southern border, his decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord, the imprisonment of enemy combatants at Guantanamo Bay, the killing of US and foreign citizens in drone attacks, the preface for and conduct of the wars in Iraq and other Middle Eastern countries, and estimates that the Republican health care bill would cause 23 million people to lose medical insurance.
     
    The Cuban government also called the Trump's executive order a "backward step," saying the administration was resorting to "coercive methods from the past" in taking steps to strengthen the embargo.
     
    "The US President, ill-advised once again, takes decisions that favor the political interests of an extremist minority of Cuban origin in the state of Florida, who driven by petty motivation, do not desist from their objective to punish Cuba and its people for exercising the legitimate and sovereign right to be free and for having taken the reins of their own destiny," the statement said.
     
    Trump said Friday that any easement of restrictions on doing US business in Cuba would have to wait until political prisoners are freed and fair elections are held.
     
    "This is the simple truth of the Castro regime," Trump said. "My administration will not hide from it, excuse it or glamorize it. And we will never, ever be blind to it. We know what's going on and we remember what happened."
     
    Applauding the Cuban dissidents in the audience, some of whom were tortured by the Castro regime, Trump pledged to "expose" the Cuban dictatorship for its human rights abuses.

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/06/17/politics/cuba-trump-response/index.html

     

     

     

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    so is U$A going to ban traveling to Cuba? 

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