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#15065035
This was baked in from the start. Everyone who is surprised, raise your hand.

I've got no problem with Romney voting as he did if he truly felt that was how he had to vote.

He's guaranteed that he'll never be President, though.


Romney is a Mormon from Utah. He will get a career out of this. I doubt he has aspirations to be president but Trump shows us that Romney could screw a choirboy on the courthouse steps and still win election. Look at McCain. He defied the party many times and was their presidential candidate. With the Mormons in Utah his voting his conscience will play very well with their religious narrative.

Now, as Blackjack and I have been predicting for months, Trump will begin his "Exoneration Stadium Tour" and put this election to rest.

And how did the democrats respond? Another circular firing squad in Iowa. Pathetic. They are going to lose and lose big. Probably in the down ticket elections too. If I were their leadership I would be scrambling to just keep the house. Forget the senate. IF Trump gets the house the political reprisals will be monumental.

By the way....IMO the problem in Iowa will become obvious when they finally release the results. A socialist and a homosexual.
#15065091
I love how Republican congressfolk keep trying to cover for Trump and then he just shits all over it because he can't read even the most obvious hints or coordinate the simplest of messages.

Murkowski: "I believe Trump learned his lesson, which is why I voted to acquit."

*Hours later*

Trump: "Total exoneration! It was a perfect call!"
#15065105
SpecialOlympian wrote:I love how Republican congressfolk keep trying to cover for Trump and then he just shits all over it because he can't read even the most obvious hints or coordinate the simplest of messages.

Murkowski: "I believe Trump learned his lesson, which is why I voted to acquit."

*Hours later*

Trump: "Total exoneration! It was a perfect call!"


You're absolutely clueless.

Murkowski didn't say that.

I know you wish you knew what you were talking about, but you don't, so you should probably stop.
#15065118
Well I'm stunned, absolutely stunned.

Mitt Romney, Mitt Romney an apologist, nay an adulator of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young has the effrontery to criticises the ethics of Donald Trump. Those hypocritical, narcissistic bigots said men could have multiple sexual partners whole women must remain faithful. Add in Brigham Young's hideous racism. No bishop Romney, sorry to disappoint you, but we'll not take moral lectures from the likes of you.
#15065123
Prosthetic Conscience wrote:Trump is certainly an immoral, despicable character, far, far worse than the average American. He's probably in the bottom 1%, morally.


Is that why they voted for him? :roll:
#15065128
Harley wrote:You're absolutely clueless.

Murkowski didn't say that.

I know you wish you knew what you were talking about, but you don't, so you should probably stop.


You're right, Collins said it. Sorry I mixed up two interchangeable turd golems and hurt your fee fees.
#15065132
Rich wrote:Well I'm stunned, absolutely stunned.

Mitt Romney, Mitt Romney an apologist, nay an adulator of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young has the effrontery to criticises the ethics of Donald Trump. Those hypocritical, narcissistic bigots said men could have multiple sexual partners whole women must remain faithful. Add in Brigham Young's hideous racism. No bishop Romney, sorry to disappoint you, but we'll not take moral lectures from the likes of you.

Not to mention that Brigham Young used to have his political opponents "cut off from the Earth" (translation: murdered in cold blood). He even had the gall to justify it by calling it "blood atonement"; the idea was that the murdered person had 'atoned' for their 'sin' of opposing Brigham Young by being murdered, and could therefore get into heaven again. So that's alright then. Lol.
#15065140
Prosthetic Conscience wrote:Trump is certainly an immoral, despicable character, far, far worse than the average American. He's probably in the bottom 1%, morally.

Rugoz wrote:Is that why they voted for him? :roll:

One of the reasons. About 20% of Americans voted for him; for a significant part of that 20%, he's their 'revenge' president, who hates the same people they do and is brazen enough to do what they want done, eg immigrant children locked up, Muslim countries banned from entering the USA. They are his base, who were enthusiastic in the primaries. They are probably mostly nicer people than him in person (eg they like animals, and would help a neighbour in trouble), but have a mean streak he satisfies. Many of his voters were just 'good Republicans', who went with the flow in the primaries, and justify supporting him because he installs the judges the Federalist Society tells him to, and works with the party for high-end tax cuts (the permanent policy of the party).

Get real; no one thinks Trump is better, morally, than they are. Republicans think he's flawed, but useful to them.
#15065144
Potemkin wrote:Not to mention that Brigham Young used to have his political opponents "cut off from the Earth" (translation: murdered in cold blood). He even had the gall to justify it by calling it "blood atonement"; the idea was that the murdered person had 'atoned' for their 'sin' of opposing Brigham Young by being murdered, and could therefore get into heaven again. So that's alright then. Lol.


Hence, why I placed such men in the Faustian Pantheon as examples of their kind. And, as I also explained, why we'll be seeing such men again.
#15065151
SpecialOlympian wrote:You're right, Collins said it. Sorry I mixed up two interchangeable turd golems and hurt your fee fees.


No, more likely you stupidly repeated something you heard and, in an attempt to look smart, attributed it to someone who never said it. You didn't know Collins said it until you googled it after I told you that you were wrong.
By Rich
#15065171
The other thing that is bizarre about Romney's vote which nobody seems to mention. Romney says Trump's behaviour is so bad that he must be removed from office now, he can't be trusted to serve out the last year of his term. If Trump is so bad why has Romney not found someone else to oppose Trump in the Republican primary, or failing that stand himself? Or if he thinks that hopeless why is he not standing as a third party candidate?

A lot of Americas seem to engage in pathetic fantasies about their political system. The idea that Congress members are going to remove a President from office, when Presidents now seem to get a pretty much automatic nomination for a second term is for the birds. Executive presidencies create a huge and unnecessary concentration of power. All recent presidents with the exception of Bush senior have been seen as abusing the power of presidency by their political opponents. I mean really how can anyone argue that what Trump has done is more serious than the Iran -Contras.
#15065172
Harley wrote:No, more likely you stupidly repeated something you heard and, in an attempt to look smart, attributed it to someone who never said it. You didn't know Collins said it until you googled it after I told you that you were wrong.



Oh Lord, I am getting another intuition that Harley is another incarnation of Big Steve/Indy. Joining in late January and following confrontational patterns again, nitpicking and so on....smugly thinking he is snowing people by his many accounts. I think he needs help. Get some help.


Harley from Harley Davidson motorcycles. Indy from Independent voters....Harley trying to be sober...can't fake lack of intellectual discipline and falling into the same patterns it will reveal your moves....

It doesn't matter about the impeachment....you will have to accept that you are in charge of your own problems.

Lol. If @noemon traces all the accounts to St Agustine Florida or some phone number and related accounts to an individual? Hmmm.

Why do you have to come in and go crazy with 200 posts in less than six days and post with the same nasty habits of calling people's opinions stupid? It gives your ruse away....

Look, do something different? Say you are a Black Republican that loves Trump and you really wanted Ben Carson for president but they stole it from him. Then be nice, don't be offensive and act like a polite church going Black man who goes to pancake breakfasts and attends church regularly but loves reprobates like Trump and will go an do penance for Trump's sins.....be creative for once in your life! :lol: :D :lol: :knife: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
#15065183
Tainari88 wrote:intuition that Harley is another incarnation of Big Steve


I tested Harley out and purposely entered into a pissing contest with him. Every time I posted he either responded with nonsense which was frequently just made up shit or meaningless nit pics ( at one point I said that Rush Limbaugh made a million dollars a week and he corrected me. It is actually $961,538 :lol: ). He would likely still be pissing away but I dropped out to take a nap. I don't think he is Large Steve though. He is slightly less offensive but he is still a waste of time.
#15065192
jimjam wrote:I tested Harley out and purposely entered into a pissing contest with him. Every time I posted he either responded with nonsense which was frequently just made up shit or meaningless nit pics ( at one point I said that Rush Limbaugh made a million dollars a week and he corrected me. It is actually $961,538 :lol: ). He would likely still be pissing away but I dropped out to take a nap. I don't think he is Large Steve though. He is slightly less offensive but he is still a waste of time.



No Indy joined in late January and went crazy posting and then Harley joined on the 31st and similar pattern. I am good with vibrations with people typing. He is the same man. I have good intuition with writing styles.

I might tell you more about yourself based on reading you for years.

You feel comfortable in just about any group. And are not shy in the least. I know that about you Jimjam. I also think you are creative too. And I share a lot of interests with you.

I think I am right about Harley though....he is the Big Steve. He tries hard to keep a low profile. But he can't.

The waste of time is true enough.
#15065198
Drlee wrote:Now, as Blackjack and I have been predicting for months, Trump will begin his "Exoneration Stadium Tour" and put this election to rest.

He started today. He seems to have really gotten under Pelosi's skin.

Drlee wrote:By the way....IMO the problem in Iowa will become obvious when they finally release the results. A socialist and a homosexual.

There's no way for Biden to spin it. He came in fourth. He's looking a lot like the Jeb Bush of 2016.

Prosthetic Conscience wrote:Get real; no one thinks Trump is better, morally, than they are. Republicans think he's flawed, but useful to them.

Finally, someone gets it.
#15065199
Tainari88 wrote:No Indy joined in late January and went crazy posting and then Harley joined on the 31st and similar pattern. I am good with vibrations with people typing. He is the same man. I have good intuition with writing styles.

I might tell you more about yourself based on reading you for years.

You feel comfortable in just about any group. And are not shy in the least. I know that about you Jimjam. I also think you are creative too. And I share a lot of interests with you.

I think I am right about Harley though....he is the Big Steve. He tries hard to keep a low profile. But he can't.

The waste of time is true enough.


Harley=Indy=Big Steve. Pretty sure of that.
#15065338
Harley wrote:No, more likely you stupidly repeated something you heard and, in an attempt to look smart, attributed it to someone who never said it. You didn't know Collins said it until you googled it after I told you that you were wrong.


I like how your primary position for arguments is based on a lack of object permanence: "I can't see it therefore it doesn't exist."

You did the same with the electoral college discussion, citing your own ignorance as proof that nobody had ever discussed dismantling it before.

Anyway, here is a link to a video. Try not to blink so you can believe it exists.

https://www.msnbc.com/all-in/watch/susan-collins-claims-trump-has-learned-his-lesson-78274629862

I don't know why you thought this was a particularly worthwhile thing to argue over but whatever, I'm sure you'll look away from the screen and forget I exist after reading this.
#15065343
Drlee wrote:Romney is a Mormon from Utah. He will get a career out of this. I doubt he has aspirations to be president

Why not? He's only 72 and in good shape. Look at Biden and Sanders. They're both 78 and Biden looks like a mummy while Bernie had a heart attack. Romney would be a young sporty handsome champion in the Democratic field. :lol:
#15065347
Mormons are slightly more consistent than Evangelicals in their faith. Not enough to not vote for Trump, but enough to vote for a senator who doesn't obey Trump like he's king.
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