keep your friends close but your enemies closer
Published on January 16, 2017 By Anthony R In Current Events

So now, "human rights legend" John Lewis claims that Donald Trump is illegitimate. Thats odd, it seemed to me like Trump won an electoral landslide. Its also worth noting that the partisan Democrats who are in total control of our intelligence agencies reported that there was no evidence of vote tampering by Russia or anyone else. What a crybaby sore loser John Lewis... cry me a river. I still remember the last public tantrum Lewis pitched when he claimed that a teapartier spit on him and called him the N-word in front of hundreds of people. Brietbart immediately offered a huge reward for any evidence of the incident, but none was ever found. Not one of the hundreds of cameras, phones, or witnesses saw any racial attacks. Whatever John Lewis once did, he is now a racial demagogue and a Democrat party hack. Its also important to remember that when Donald Trump starts doing away with as much of Obama's pen and a phone style of governance that is better suited for a balcony rather than an executive office, that Obama's declarations of "I won and you lost," and "elections have consequences," leaves little sympathy for those like John Lewis who are now shocked, shocked that people are gambling in Casablanca.


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on Jan 18, 2017

Racist

on Jan 18, 2017

Can't wait for this week to be over so we can get on with our lives. 

I've learned so much about my friends from this election. Some relationships will never be the same.  You learn a lot about people when they lose, and a lot about people when they "win."  

On a side note, I find it disturbing how many Americans are willing to throw the country into anarchy simply because they didn't get their way.  As if they don't realize that no matter how bad they think it "might" be, civil war would be eons worse.  

I'm just done.  

 

on Jan 19, 2017

Mumblefratz

Racist
Is this satire, or are you being serious? I can't tell.

on Jan 19, 2017

I've enjoyed this election a great deal Tova. I even enjoyed my dads anguish when his beloved, "Madame President" took a dive in the first round. I'm glad because another 4 years of what Obama was doing would have destroyed everything that once was. I am so happy and will be celebrating the inauguration regardless of the tantrums of Hollywood and the boorish intellectual left who are acting like a bunch of crybabies. I hope Trump can turn back as much of the damage of the Obama wrecking ball to our nation as he can.

on Jan 19, 2017

I wasn't on the Trump train at first.  No need to go into all the why, but once it came down between Trump and Clinton, well there is NO WAY I could vote for her.  She was so stinking dishonest.  I like that Trump tweets. lol  I love that he cuts through the media and goes straight to the public.  Ultimately though I voted for Mike Pence.  

Don't get me wrong.  I have more hope now than I have at any point over the last 8 years of hope and change.  I was really worried about our nation when the Obamabots worshipped his breathing.

I'm looking forward to the new year.

(I've watched the youtube "night of the election" reactions from the  media probably a hundred times.  I think it's hysterical.)   

on Jan 19, 2017

Mumblefratz

Racist

Anthony R

Is this satire, or are you being serious? I can't tell.

Which word didn't you understand?

 

on Jan 20, 2017

Interesting.  That appears to be a very pointed personal attack.

 

on Jan 20, 2017

Fear not...I'm watching....

They're both grownups...but I can bring them to tears if they don't behave...

on Jan 20, 2017


They're both grownups...but I can bring them to tears if they don't behave
Well, being that I've done nothing wrong imo, I fail to see why I need a warning. I don't wish for anything to happen to Mumblefratz. He can call me silly names if he wishes.

on Jan 20, 2017

Isn't a 'warning'...just a simple statement...

If there becomes a need for a warning the recipient will get a 'PM'....

Politics as a topic is allowed on the JU forums, hence the topic heading, but people will still be people and resort to questionable commentary that has been known in the past to violate Stardock's TOU, hence the 'passing supervision'.

on Jan 21, 2017

http://www.wsj.com/articles/donald-trump-strikes-nationalistic-tone-in-inaugural-speech-1484957527?tesla=y&mod=e2tw

http://www.rawstory.com/2017/01/internet-rips-trump-speech-over-batman-villain-quote-at-least-bane-stood-up-to-wall-street/

http://americablog.com/2017/01/trump-uses-obama-inauguration-photo.html   Only someone with small hands would have to do that...

 

http://www.cjr.org/covering_trump/trump_white_house_press_corps.php

 

Be careful what you wish for folks... A President promising a populist agenda with a cabinet and advisers who have no interest in populism. This should be interesting. The robots are coming and the blue collar jobs will keep disappearing. And there is nothing that Trump can materially do about it. Sit back and watch the fun...

 

on Jan 21, 2017


Its also worth noting that the partisan Democrats who are in total control of our intelligence agencies reported that there was no evidence of vote tampering by Russia or anyone else. 

Direct vote tampering isn't the issue....

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/19/us/politics/trump-russia-associates-investigation.html

http://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/1/21/14335112/trump-russia-intelligence-fbi

http://www.businessinsider.com/is-trump-a-legitimate-president-russia-hacking-2017-1

"The South Carolina senator weeks ago said Russia should suffer "crippling sanctions" because of its election-related cyberattacks and accused the Kremlin of hacking his campaign accounts also."

on Jan 21, 2017

It's come to this:  Kremlin 'election-related cyberattacks' concern me less than NSA, et al, 'election-related cyberattacks' (eg., Georgia, State of).

No one has refuted (or even denied) the veracity of the leaked information, so whoever was responsible, it was never a 'disinformation' campaign.  The whole 'Russia did it' ploy was just that, a diversionary tactic meant to divert attention away from the content of the leaked material.  Just MHO.

on Jan 21, 2017

Another train wreck in the making...But just like Trump can shoot someone in the middle of the street and get away with it, Trump supporters will blame Obama and Clinton if the Republican dismantling of the ACA blows up. Blind faith is not a virtue....

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/21/upshot/what-does-the-order-against-the-health-law-actually-do.html?_r=0

 

on Jan 21, 2017


It's come to this:  Kremlin 'election-related cyberattacks' concern me less than NSA, et al, 'election-related cyberattacks' (eg., Georgia, State of).

No one has refuted (or even denied) the veracity of the leaked information, so whoever was responsible, it was never a 'disinformation' campaign.  The whole 'Russia did it' ploy was just that, a diversionary tactic meant to divert attention away from the content of the leaked material.  Just MHO.

A Russia friendly administration doesn't concern you in the least? If the NSA bothers you, do you think the KGB is a better choice?

Never going to see Trumps tax returns. Do you know why? "Wait until the audit is over" was just an excuse.

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