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#1508662 --- 11/10/17 05:10 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: gassy one]
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Originally Posted By: gassy one
The whining would be from the sore loser liberals old man!

Translation: "I know you are but what am I ?" crazy
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#1508692 --- 11/11/17 02:53 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Timbo]
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Everybody knows what you are DUMBO!

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#1508722 --- 11/11/17 01:39 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Timbo]
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LOL, you can rest easy Timbo, you're utilizing powerful armory while simpleton is at best, pulling out his trusty peashooter. Another revelation that you are the clear victor, name calling is his weapon of choice but those spit wads are barely making it to the end of the straw.
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#1508754 --- 11/11/17 05:23 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker
"you started whining like a little girl."

So, being a racist and homophobe isn't good enough for you, needed to add misogynist to your resume? How very YOU. frown
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#1508755 --- 11/11/17 05:27 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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Originally Posted By: Formermac
LOL, you can rest easy Timbo, you're utilizing powerful armory while simpleton is at best, pulling out his trusty peashooter. Another revelation that you are the clear victor, name calling is his weapon of choice but those spit wads are barely making it to the end of the straw.

Thhhip! wink
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#1508891 --- 11/14/17 01:17 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Timbo]
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http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/201...t-6-months.html

Almost afraid to ask what shoe will drop next.
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#1508943 --- 11/15/17 03:43 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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For The First Time In A Very Long Time, An American President Stared Down China & China Blinked
Posted on November 13, 2017 by DCWhispers



Donald Trump arrived at the APEC summit with a bit of swagger. Though already a naturally tall and broad-shouldered man, he stood bigger than life among his world leader contemporaries as a petulant Establishment Media did all it could to downplay the aura of strength that followed Mr. Trump everywhere he went. Gone was the rapid gun-chewing insecurity that marked Barack Obama’s participation in such gatherings. There was no apologizing for America’s past. No remarking how the United States owed others. No hiding from the fact that in an increasingly volatile and complicated world, America remains the one true superpower.

And despite the media’s fake obsession with Russia these days, it is China that poses the single greatest challenge to U.S. superiority throughout the world. It has been China that has expanded the scope of its economy and influence by leaps and bounds nearly unchecked by any rival, America or other, for some fifty years. Then came Donald Trump, a political outsider but a worldly man familiar with the workings of Chinese government and business. Mr. Trump strode up to China’s President Xi, firmly grasped his hand, looked him in the eyes, and delivered an unapologetic “America First” message that sent ripples of stunned admiration through the entire delegation.

It was glorious. The Establishment Media will never report that fact. It will never participate in the truth of how strong and proud is Mr. Trump’s representation of this nation as he stands literally and figuratively towering over other world leaders.

Many thought Xi would get the better of Trump at the APEC summit. That didn’t happen as reported here by the Washington Examiner:

…Trump continued, “When the United States enters into a trading relationship with other countries or other peoples, we will, from now on, expect that our partners will faithfully follow the rules just like we do. We expect that markets will be open to an equal degree on both sides, and that private industry, not government planners, will direct investment.”

It was a message that struck implicit contrast with China. Trump wants nations to know that he seeks expanded trade, but with safeguards to prevent the dumping, intellectual property theft and market access restrictions that current affect too many arrangements. For all of Xi’s pleasant words, the audience knew that China is the number one offender in everything Trump mentioned. They also know that the U.S. imports far more from the region that it exports, so they have a vested interest in continuing to keep America on the side. These are America’s trump cards.

To conclude, Trump cleverly returned the historical argument. He noted that America’s priority was protection for “individual rights, and freedom of navigation and overflight, including open shipping lanes. Three principles and these principles create stability and build trust, security, and prosperity among like-minded nations.”



As audience followed that “shipping lanes” line with applause, Xi must have felt uncomfortable. After all, he knows that everyone in attendance is greatly concerned by China’s efforts to militarize the East and South China Sea shipping lanes. In turn, Xi fears these nations continuing to believe the American rule-of-law based system is the better than his alternative.

He is right to be concerned.

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The applause among Asian leaders for POTUS Trump’s speech (with the exception of China) was thunderous and far surpassed anything received overseas in eight years by Barack Obama. It points to something Mr. Obama and his supporters never understood. Much of the world does not hate America – it envies it, it emulates it, it wants to stand with it. Some of the greatest cesspools against American values come not from places like Japan, Vietnam, or India, but rather the American media, Congress, and U.S. universities. It is a form of collective self-loathing that leaves the world shaking its head at us.

No more. Donald Trump loves his country and he also happens to be its president. The world is taking notice and if the response to Mr. Trump at the APEC summit is any measure, they are very glad to have a strong and confident America back and open for business.

Read more at http://dcwhispers.com/first-time-long-ti...CM12iLecMDHl.99
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#1508945 --- 11/15/17 04:04 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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WASHINGTON &#8213; Senate Republicans are increasingly lining up behind the women accusing Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore (R) of sexual misconduct, saying he shouldn’t be able to serve given the disturbing allegations against him.

“The women who have come forward are entirely credible,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) declared Tuesday. “He’s obviously not fit to be in the United States Senate.”

But ask those Republicans if they believe the women who accused President Donald Trump of sexual assault, and the conversation is over.


“Look, we’re talking about the situation in Alabama,” McConnell told HuffPost, when asked about Trump’s accusers. “I’d be happy to address that if there are any further questions.”

Moore’s scandal has put his party in an incredibly uncomfortable predicament: the more Republicans say the allegations by five women against Moore are proof that he doesn’t belong in the Senate, the more hypocritical they look for ignoring the 16 women who have accused Trump of sexual assault and helping him become president.

The White House position on the president’s accusers is that they are all liars. Trump denied all of the allegations again last month, calling them “fake news” and “made-up stuff.”

So why do Republicans believe Moore’s accusers but not Trump’s? HuffPost spent Tuesday asking GOP senators why the situations are different. Few could offer a convincing argument, instead opting to shrug their shoulders, pivot or abruptly walk away.

Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kansas) said Moore should “step aside” because the women accusing him of misconduct “appear to have the preponderance of the evidence.”

Asked if he believes Trump’s accusers, Roberts replied, “I don’t know them.” He started to leave but turned back and said, referring to Moore’s accusers, “I don’t know the others, either.”

Perhaps realizing his answers made no sense, Roberts turned back again and said with a smile, “Or [Bill] Clinton.”

Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) said Moore’s accusers “certainly seem credible.” He had a harder time responding to the allegations against Trump.

“You’re obviously asking what everybody’s asking. You know, what about all these other folks,” said Cassidy, before taking a lengthy pause. “You know, I don’t know. Without going into [Bill] Clinton, or Trump, or anyone else, I’ll just stay with where I am with Roy Moore.”

Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) argued that the “sheer volume and the level of detail that’s been provided” by Moore’s accusers “draws enough conclusion” for him to say the Alabama Republican ought to withdraw from the race. As for whether Trump’s accusers should be believed, Burr said he was “only addressing Roy Moore.”

It’s no secret that Republicans don’t want Moore in their ranks, and it’s not just because of the latest allegations against him. He thinks homosexuality should be illegal and compared it to bestiality. He fueled conspiracies about former President Barack Obama being born in Kenya. As chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, Moore was expelled from office &#8213; twice &#8213; for defying the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage equality and for refusing to remove a Ten Commandments statue from the courthouse.

Perhaps most unnerving to Republicans, though, is that Moore has Steve Bannon’s support. Bannon, a former top aide to Trump and executive chairman of the conservative website Breitbart, is on a mission to dismantle the political establishment in Washington and sees Moore’s candidacy as a way to do it. He’s vowed to use his website’s platform to try to unseat Republican incumbents in 2018 and wants McConnell out as majority leader.

That’s arguably the biggest factor in Republicans siding with Moore’s accusers. GOP leaders are so desperate to keep Moore out, they’re exploring the idea of a last-minute write-in campaign for another Republican candidate, including Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who previously held the seat. Moore’s name, however, will still appear on the ballot as required by Alabama law &#8213; prompting some Republicans to call for a vote to expel him if he wins the Dec. 12 special election.

“We’ve looked at all the options,” McConnell said Tuesday.

For now, Republicans insist that Moore’s accusers are enough proof that he doesn’t belong in the Senate &#8213; even if they can’t explain why they don’t see Trump’s accusers as just as credible.

Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) said he believes the women accusing Moore of sexual misconduct but threw his hands in the air when asked about Trump’s accusers.

“I don’t think in this particular case that there was a lot of disagreement among those individuals, so ...” he said, trailing off.

Sen. Steve Daines (R-Mont.), one of four senators who endorsed Moore’s campaign, walked away without saying anything when asked if Trump’s accusers deserve the same benefit of the doubt as the women who accused Moore of sexual assault.

“I’m working on taxes right now and concentrating on that and heading to a meeting where I have to speak and that’s what I’m concentrating on,” Sen. Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.) told HuffPost, walking quickly down a Senate hallway.

Asked if he has any thoughts at all on the Moore scandal, he replied, “My thoughts are on taxes. If you want to talk about taxes.”

“OK. Do you want to tax Roy Moore?” asked HuffPost.

Enzi said nothing and walked away.
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#1508949 --- 11/16/17 10:50 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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From Fox news!

http://insider.foxnews.com/2017/11/15/ne...jones-12-points

A new poll from by the National Republican Senatorial Committee shows Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore trailing by 12 points.

In the poll, reported by Politico, Democrat Doug Jones leads the former state supreme court judge with 51 percent support compared to 39 percent for Moore.

The survey was conducted Sunday and Monday following allegations of sexual misconduct against Moore, including that he pursued a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old girl when he was in his early 30s.
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#1508953 --- 11/16/17 01:40 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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The trouble is how many if any of the complaints against him are valid and how many are after 5 minutes of fame! I tend to think most are crap after waiting over ten years to complain!

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#1508970 --- 11/16/17 04:21 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: gassy one]
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Originally Posted By: gassy one
The trouble is how many if any of the complaints against him are valid and how many are after 5 minutes of fame! I tend to think most are crap after waiting over ten years to complain!
Baloney. There is never any fame involved for a woman. Just the opposite. Women are hesitant to complain because they think it makes them looks bad. It takes a lot of nerve to say what happened to them. Ask any woman you know. Any woman. I dare you.
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#1509030 --- 11/17/17 03:18 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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They are coming out for the money and you know it!

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#1509031 --- 11/17/17 03:20 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: gassy one]
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#1509052 --- 11/17/17 04:53 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: gassy one]
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Originally Posted By: gassy one
They are coming out for the money and you know it!
No. You are totally wrong. But you are too ignorant to understand.
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#1509061 --- 11/17/17 06:55 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/tru...kushpmg00000009

In Post-Weinstein Era, Trump Sexual Assault Accusers Await His Downfall

One woman said it’s “disturbing” that supporters still can’t see the “president is just as guilty as Roy Moore.”

By Alanna Vagianos

The women who have accused President Donald Trump of sexual assault are patiently awaiting his undoing.

Three of the 16 women who have accused Trump of some form of sexual assault spoke to People on Thursday. The women discussed what it’s been like for them as more and more men in power are being publicly condemned for accusations of sexual misconduct in the wake of the #MeToo movement.


Journalist Natasha Stoynoff, who accused Trump of assaulting her in 2005 while she was attempting to conduct an interview with him, told People she feels the accusations against him have been “on hold.”

“It’s been simmering on the stove with the lid on, like a pressure cooker,” she said. “But now the heat’s on and it’s going to boil and the lid is going to blast off.”

Last month, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the White House’s official stance on the sexual assault accusations is that every single one of the women is lying. In October 2016, Trump brushed off a now-infamous 2005 “Access Hollywood” tape, which featured him bragging about grabbing women “by the pussy,” as “locker room talk.”

“For Trump and his press secretary to continue to push the false agenda that the women are liars and continue to so cavalierly defame private citizens is outrageous and improper,” Stoynoff said.

Jessica Leeds, who alleges that Trump groped her on a flight in the 1980s, said she’s “extremely disappointed” that punishment for Trump has stalled.

“It’s disturbing that many of Trump’s diehard supporters are so stubborn,” Mindy McGillivray, who says Trump groped her while she was attending a concert at Mar-a-Lago in 2003, told People. “That they can’t seem to come to terms with the reality that their president is just as guilty as Roy Moore.”

Moore, a Republican Senate nominee in Alabama, has been accused by eight women of some form of sexual misconduct when he was an adult and they were minors.

Former “Apprentice” contestant Summer Zervos is suing Trump for defamation after he publicly called her allegations fake. Zervos has accused Trump of groping and forcibly kissing her on several occasions in 2007. She served him a subpoena last month requesting all documents from his campaign that pertain to “any woman alleging that Donald J. Trump touched her inappropriately.” The judge in Zervos’ case is expected to decide before the end of the year whether the suit should move ahead.
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#1509086 --- 11/18/17 01:49 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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All about money Kyle!

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#1509146 --- 11/18/17 06:47 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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President Trump Accomplishes the Impossible: Reduces Debt to GDP Ratio by 1% His First Year in Office




Guest post by Joe Hoft


President Trump’s policies have decreased the Debt to GDP ratio by 1% while at the same time the Atlanta Fed announced yesterday that the 4th Quarter GDP estimates have increased by 0.2% to 3.4%.

Since his inauguration President Trump has focused his efforts on the security of the country and on the prosperity of its economy. The results of his actions are taking shape.


http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/11/...st-year-office/
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#1509154 --- 11/18/17 08:25 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker

President Trump Accomplishes the Impossible: Reduces Debt to GDP Ratio by 1% His First Year in Office
Guest post by Joe Hoft


https://www.salon.com/2017/10/02/gateway-pundit-blog-blames-geary-danley-las-vegas-shooting/

Stephen Paddock is the man local police have accused of shooting up a country music festival in Las Vegas on Sunday. But in its haste to place blame for the massacre, far-right blog Gateway Pundit informed its readers otherwise.

Relying on unverified information posted on the internet, Gateway Pundit writer Joe Hoft wrote a post on Monday claiming that the shooter was "reportedly" Geary Danley, an Arkansas man who is not known to have been in the Las Vegas area.

In his article, Hoft — who describes himself as having "gained attention for his ability to accurately identify and predict outcomes before they take place" — characterized Danley as "a far left loon," citing his Facebook page which indicated he is a fan of various Democratic-oriented groups and television programs. After police officially named Paddock as the suspect, Hoft appears to have deleted his posting.

Hoft's twin brother, Jim, is the owner of the Gateway Pundit. During the GOP presidential primaries, it became one of the few Republican-oriented websites that heavily promoted the candidacy of Donald Trump.
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#1509196 --- 11/19/17 02:18 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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#1509375 --- 11/20/17 09:27 PM Re: The Trump defect continues! More WHINING! [Re: Formermac]
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America first and other baloney from POTUS

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/u-s-bombs-afghan-opium-plants-new-strategy-cut-taliban-n822506

The U.S. Air Force is on track to triple the number of bombs dropped in Afghanistan this year compared with last year, new figures reveal as the White House opens a new front in America’s longest war.

The military dropped 3,554 weapons against the Taliban as of Oct. 31 — already nearly three times the 1,337 dropped in 2016 and nearly four times as the 947 fired in 2015.

Despite the significant uptick in strikes from above, the Taliban continues to terrorize a significant portion of Afghan territory below.

Gen. John Nicholson, the commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, said that the number of districts controlled by the Taliban was “roughly the same as last year” and noted that the Taliban had failed to take control of any cities.

But Bill Roggio, a senior fellow with the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and editor of its Long War Journal, disputed that assessment somewhat, saying that the Taliban controls or contests about 40 percent of Afghanistan — more than twice the area it had in 2015.
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