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  2. Everyone see the new fence being built around the White House? He finally got his wall - too bad it was built to keep his citizens out.
  3. I was not making the article up: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/jun/03/donald-trump-church-photo-op-evangelicals The Horbowys had gathered in Tallahassee, Florida, to watch live as Trump walked from the White House to St John’s. “My mother just shouted out, ‘God give him strength! He’s doing a Jericho walk!’” A Jericho walk, in some evangelical circles, refers to the biblical book of Joshua, where God commanded the Israelites to walk seven times around the opposing city of Jericho, whose walls then came crashing down. Horbowy already supported Trump politically – he heads the local chapter of a pro- Trump motorcycle club and is campaigning for a seat in Florida’s state senate – but when Trump lifted the Bible, Horbowy and his family felt overcome spiritually. “My mother started crying. She comes from Pentecostal background, and she started speaking in tongues. I haven’t heard her speak in tongues in years,” he said. “I thought, look at my president! He’s establishing the Lord’s kingdom in the world.”
  4. Shapiro is the type that frustrates me because I don't disagree with him on every point - and he make many valid ones along the way, but he consistently seems to have too much of an agenda to both be right while making others wrong in the name of monetizing a political bent. And again tends to call out others for what he himself has so often done (mini-example: stop calling Trump/repubs Nazi/fascists; has often called Obama/Dems Nazi/fascists). He listens for rebuttal only, like the annoying kid on the Jr High debate team who was trying to get back for the times he got picked last at kick ball. Just not much patience for people like that at this point in my life. Though if I were about 20 and approaching things from not only the right but an aggressive, combative, reactionary right sided stance I would probably find him to be my guy. Hitchens was on a different level altogether than the lot running around these days although they might count him as inspiration. Shapiro has often misrepresented his "facts" to win in the eyes of his audience: doctored videos, out of context quotes, false indignation. He's a bit of an ends justify the means kinda person. Peterson as much as I love parts of him - mainly the one sec calm but just underneath the overtly emotional ready to break down in tears, really really CARES guy - gets caught up in a bit of circular reasoning at times that he grounds in a shaky underpinning of mythological/biblical foundations. The fact he has tied himself to that mast tends to obscure a broader vision, creating blind spots in his arguments that seemed to expand as his fame, finance and ego rose. Which is a shame to me because I think he is a great guy at heart with a fascinating way of processing information. I still encourage many to give him a fair listen (like say adult women/moms, especially with sons) while at the same time pointing out that most of his active core audience would not be their cup of tea in the slightest.
  5. I disagree. This is going exactly how trump wants. He wants civil unrest because thats what Putin told him to want.. He has the cops and (suprisingly) the military on his side becuase these people aren't taught to think critically and to obey the chain of command. Sure.. 55% of the country hates him. 10% dont like him... but it doesnt matter. He has the ability to do what he wants whether he wins the election or not. It's exactly what he wants... to cause a war in our streets, to ostracize our allies, to lower the world economy so that those with fucktons of cash can profit on everyones losses.. and to have the gun power to stop a revolt.
  6. There are not "lots of people" alive who are children of Civil War veterans. There are lots of descendants yes, but not children. And who said she was a widow? You must have an issue with comprehension.
  7. no way in hell is Butler a top 12 corner. On a good secondary he's CB3
  8. Lewandowski a scholar, Idiocracy full steam ahead.
  9. Our weak link in the secondary is Vaccaro. He can’t cover and sometimes he looks like he is running in mud but he is great in run support and blitzing and is good to cover someone for a few seconds but after that his speed won’t allow him to recover when a QB breaks the pocket or we don’t generate rush. I think we see a shift from Vaccaro to Hooker at SS this year.
  10. There are lots of people descended from Civil War veterans . . . And she wasnt a widow.
  11. Bull Butler is still a top 12 CB, and Adoree put his name in the top 10 hat after this year. If Jackson had INT to go with his performance people would be over the moon with him. I thought he was a lot like Antoine Winfield that had all the traits but wasn’t a turnover machine. He would go out and cover his guy like a blanket and would get 1-3 picks a year maybe, and that seems to be correct. He has dropped around 5-7 interceptions since drafted and has knocked down quite a bit that he could have picked off. I think we see him make more plays on the ball defensively this year. I think he will gamble more and it will pay off
  12. Adoree is a true #1. He just doesnt get the turnovers right now. He also gets targeted less because the coverage is so good and he's pretty great at PBUs.
  13. I wanted Lattimore so bad at 5 and someone like Howard at 18 and JuJu in 2 What we should have done was taking CMC at 5, and White/Jackson at 18 and JuJu in round 2 and this team would be prolific on offense and we still walk away with a top CB. We had a lot of interest in CMC so I was legit surprised we took Davis at 5 over him and the defensive players sitting at 5 especially Lattimore I was also extremely high on Sidney Jones at CB and if it wasn’t for that injury I’m sure he would be a top player by now
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  15. Trump clearly isn't responsible for a worldwide pandemic or for social unrest that has existed for generations. However...he is 100% responsible for the manner in which he has responded to these challenges and for providing direction and leadership for the nation in times of crisis. And in both cases, his response and handling of these issues was an absolute embarrassment. Trump is capable of functioning within the comfort zones he understands......which is basically trade and economics. Even if we don't all agree with his approach or his decisions, you gotta admit he gets stuff done in those areas. (And also Twitter. He definitely has the Twitter thing down pat). But when forced out of his comfort zone, he's been a disaster. His initial response to COVID was to downplay and discount the impending threat, assuring the entire country that the situation was completely under control.....until it was completely out of control. Perhaps if he had shown greater foresight and been proactive instead of reactive, we could have saved a lot of lives and maybe the economic impact is softened. But instead, there was little or no advance preparation while we watched it wreak havoc in other parts of the world....and when COVID hit American soil, the nation was woefully unprepared. Trump's handling of the current social unrest has been just as disastrous and embarrassing. Rather than promoting unity and working to bring people together and find a solution for a better America, Trump immediately went on the attack with finger-pointing, divisive language, and aggressive criticism, openly encouraging states to forcibly shut down protesters authoritarian-style. Apparently he feels Tienanmen Square and Kent State turned out so great, he wants a similar event attached to his own legacy.
  16. Peaceable assembly is a constitutional First Amendment right. If the police can't tell the difference between a peaceful assembly and a riot, then they are not qualified to be policemen. All of this "dominate the protesters" talk is un-American and can GTFO. Rioting is not legal. Inciting a riot is not legal. That includes passing out bricks. That includes smashing windows. That includes driving a car into a crowd. The police also do not have a right to incite a riot. When the police incite a riot, it exposes the absence of accountability that is being protested in the first place. The police should not be clearing a peaceful protest with tear gas and rubber bullets and flash grenades and mace. The police should not be smashing windows. The police should not be driving cars into a crowd. These actions are illegal for protestors and police.
  17. Commander Clorox is an idiot. Horrible person, and he sucks as a leader.
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