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About freakingeek

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    Keeper of the flame
  • Birthday 03/14/1951

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    Southern middle Tennessee, Planet Earth
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    Living each day like it is my last.

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  1. The gap between the GOP and Democrats is far and wide. The middle ground will never be reached when one party holds all the power. Time for term limits and caps on fund raising.
  2. So Trump had a 100 friends who died in the WTC but didn't go to a single funeral? Riiight. I got some ocean front property in Kansas you might be interested in. Talk about dense, you're exposing yourself. I've been listening to the radio all week about the health care bill. I've also been reading the Bloomberg report, Wall Street Journal, CNN, MSNBC so I can get ALL the information and not just one slanted side. Why don't you back your argument with facts and figures? Oh I forgot, Trumpers don't deal with facts well. I guess I shouldn't expect that much given your avatar. Let me help you out. Link about immigrant law. Same law, not a new one. From Wikipedia Donald Trump Further information: Donald Trump § Political_career_up_to_2015 In March 2011, during an interview on Good Morning America, Donald Trump said he was seriously considering running for president, that he was a "little" skeptical of Obama's citizenship, and that someone who shares this view should not be so quickly dismissed as an "idiot" (as Trump considers the term "birther" to be "derogatory"[168]). Trump added, "Growing up no one knew him",[169] a claim ranked Pants-on-Fire by Politifact.[170] Later, Trump appeared on The View repeating several times that "I want him [Obama] to show his birth certificate." He speculated that "there [was] something on that birth certificate that [Obama] doesn’t like", a comment which host Whoopi Goldberg described as "the biggest pile of dog mess I’ve heard in ages."[171] On the March 30, 2011, edition of CNN Newsroom, anchor Suzanne Malveaux commented on Trump's statements, pointing out that she had made a documentary for which she had gone to Hawaii and spoken with people who knew Obama as a child.[172][173] In an NBC TV interview broadcast on April 7, 2011, Trump said he would not let go of the issue, because he was not satisfied that Obama had proved his citizenship.[174] After Trump began making his views public, he was contacted by Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily, who was reportedly on the phone with Trump every day for a week, providing Trump with a "birther primer", answers to questions, and advice.[175] After Obama released his long-form birth certificate on April 27, 2011, Trump said "I am really honored and I am really proud, that I was able to do something that nobody else could do."[176] On October 24, 2012, Trump offered to donate five million dollars to the charity of Obama's choice in return for the publication of his college and passport applications before October 31, 2012.[177] On September 16, 2016, as the Republican Party presidential nominee, Trump stated "President Barack Obama was born in the United States. Period." Trump took credit for putting the controversy to rest and also repeated a false claim that Hillary Clinton (his opponent in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and one of Obama's opponents in the 2008 Democractic presidential primaries) had started the controversy concerning Obama's place of birth.[178] 911 lie "I'll keep lobbyists out of my administration" lie
  3. Yeah I hear McDonalds need help. Why is the auto industry laying off thousands if things are so great?
  4. Baaaaa- baaaaaa! As a business owner I pay a HIGH tax rate. I have a right to have an opinion on how it should be spent. You don't like that? TS. I pay more than my fair share of taxes. I don't particularly like Pelosi either. I have learned that if you do not stand up for what you believe in, big business and corporations will run over you and most of the time it's th middle class and low income people that take it in the pants.
  5. Try reading the first post in this thread as #1. Law passed by Bill Clinton, not Trump. LIE. What about Trump boasting of losing a hundred "friends" in 911? LIE. How about Obama not being an American citizen? LIE. Russians hacking the election was fake news by fabricated by Dems. LIE. Of course you'll have a bullshit answer for anything I post because you can't deal in facts. Go ahead post another dumb gif.
  6. Trump had done NOTHING is his first 100 days. NO legislation has been passed. His crazy assed travel ban was unconstitutional and the was the closest he came to actually doing something.
  7. I believe in protecting our environment. I believe in clean water and clean air and clean energy. I believe in global warming. I believe in helping those who NEED help. I believe the big corporations and the wealthiest 1% should pay higher taxes because they can afford to. None of which Trump believes. His healthcare plan is going to hurt the people that voted for HIM. In the 1 TRILLION dollars worth of cuts the GOP proposes with their health care plan, 70% fucking percent goes to tax breaks for the insurance industry, pharmaceutical companies and richest 1%. THAT is a fact. Read it. Meanwhile the cuts they propose hurt the elderly and the poor(Medicaid), defunds Planned Parenthood which provides women's health care and birth control for low income families and single women and will strip healthcare from 23 million Americans. Drain the swamp my ass.
  8. If you think the majority of the Democratic party wants all Republicans shot and killed, you're seriously out of touch. Gimme a break.
  9. I'm not scared of him. He's a complete nimrod with his lying and hsi policies suck.
  10. As a franchise AND a fanbase, we have a lot to prove. I'm ready to do my part.
  11. Tux and Ben are 2 peabrains in a pod if they aren't the same person.
  12. You are by far the biggest uninformed dumbass on this board but I don't judge the board's collective intelligence by your blatant ignorance. .
  13. Tux, Obama isn't President anymore. How about staying on current issues and try striving for quality instead of quantity with these type of posts.
  14. That is unacceptable behavior and there's no place where that type of reaction is appropriate. It's a bad reflection on the party. Fortunately one nutjob doesn't define the entire party's values.
  15. Trump is a loose cannon. He's his own worst enemy. Although things have gotten a lot quieter since Mueller put the dream team on his ass. His popularity rating is the lowest it's been since he was elected and about half of the 23 million people that will lose healthcare if the reform is passed are the ones that voted for him. They won't be happy.