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Did you see the jacket he was wearing when he was giving a speech? 

 

"LOOK AT ME, I'M IN THE MILITARY NOW" 

 

Fud

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The Real Maroonblood
1 hour ago, Craig Gordons Gloves said:

Did you see the jacket he was wearing when he was giving a speech? 

 

"LOOK AT ME, I'M IN THE MILITARY NOW" 

 

Fud

Troops getting photos with the scumbag were probably ordered to do it.

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bobsharp

At least when we were in Egypt Anthony Eden had the decency not to visit us, instead we got Ivy Benson and her all women band. For healthy boys living like monks that was exactly what we needed. Just like these young Americans in Iraq we both got fed fantasies.

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Jambo-Jimbo
1 hour ago, The Real Maroonblood said:

Troops getting photos with the scumbag were probably ordered to do it.

 

I'm afraid I'd be up on a charge as there is no way I'd ever stand next to that horrible lying barsteward.

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Justin Z
1 hour ago, The Real Maroonblood said:

Troops getting photos with the scumbag were probably ordered to do it.

 

Unfortunately, much like with Tommy Robinson in the UK, there is a military fascination with Trump, with toxic, racist, Christian Dominionist masculinity, etc. All filtering down from the absolute top of the US military. It's as frightening as it is absolutely disgusting.

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Seymour M Hersh
4 hours ago, Craig Gordons Gloves said:

Did you see the jacket he was wearing when he was giving a speech? 

 

"LOOK AT ME, I'M IN THE MILITARY NOW" 

 

Fud

 

He's the first to ever do that damn him!!

 

 

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bobsharp
2 minutes ago, Seymour M Hersh said:

 

He's the first to ever do that damn him!!

 

 

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He most certainly is not, but I am pretty sure he is the first President that used four college deferments and bone spurs to avoid wearing the real issue uniform. The others wore jackets but again I am not sure but they all stayed more than three hours, and didn't use it to feed a captive audience their political campaign speeches. Many are giving him  credit for doing the visit, and that may be justified, but many of these same people are critical of his comments, and of course his usual compulsive lies, in this case about military pay raises. He really just cannot help himself.

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Seymour M Hersh
2 minutes ago, bobsharp said:

 

He most certainly is not, but I am pretty sure he is the first President that used four college deferments and bone spurs to avoid wearing the real issue uniform. The others wore jackets but again I am not sure but they all stayed more than three hours, and didn't use it to feed a captive audience their political campaign speeches. Many are giving him  credit for doing the visit, and that may be justified, but many of these same people are critical of his comments, and of course his usual compulsive lies, in this case about military pay raises. He really just cannot help himself.

 

Remind me how Bush Jnr avoided Vietnam and got to fly in the Coastguard (iirc).  

 

I think slick willie managed two deferments plus some other shady manoeuvres to avoid the draft. 

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bobsharp
18 minutes ago, Seymour M Hersh said:

 

Remind me how Bush Jnr avoided Vietnam and got to fly in the Coastguard (iirc).  

 

I think slick willie managed two deferments plus some other shady manoeuvres to avoid the draft. 

 George Bush was trained as a fighter pilot, he was never detailed to serve on active duty. Cliinton is a bit different, he received deferments, then they cancelled the deferments for which he had qualified, his story gets a bit confusing as some feel he was charged with evading service but later granted a pardon, he did say at one time he had nothing against serving his country but he was totally opposed as were many to the Vietnam War. People have tried to find the whole story but between deaths loss of records and Clintons unwillingness to divulge the facts the story is still incomplete. He does not however dependent on your views of military service come out looking squeaky clean. However what is most important is that he is not the President today, Donald Trump is and he is  in the words of a retired officer a couple of weeks ago on TV a draft dodger.

So often when a person is criticised now especialy Trump the old but, but,but the Clintons did ...whatever, that is of no consequence, Donald Trump along with many others found ways not to serve his Country and allowed others to do so. The fact is he was shamed into the visit to the troops being constantly reminded that he had been two years without doing so, and as usual with Trump used the present chaos in government as a time to deflect from the mess by courageously visiting a war zone for three hours

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Seymour M Hersh
22 minutes ago, bobsharp said:

 George Bush was trained as a fighter pilot, he was never detailed to serve on active duty. Cliinton is a bit different, he received deferments, then they cancelled the deferments for which he had qualified, his story gets a bit confusing as some feel he was charged with evading service but later granted a pardon, he did say at one time he had nothing against serving his country but he was totally opposed as were many to the Vietnam War. People have tried to find the whole story but between deaths loss of records and Clintons unwillingness to divulge the facts the story is still incomplete. He does not however dependent on your views of military service come out looking squeaky clean. However what is most important is that he is not the President today, Donald Trump is and he is  in the words of a retired officer a couple of weeks ago on TV a draft dodger.

So often when a person is criticised now especialy Trump the old but, but,but the Clintons did ...whatever, that is of no consequence, Donald Trump along with many others found ways not to serve his Country and allowed others to do so. The fact is he was shamed into the visit to the troops being constantly reminded that he had been two years without doing so, and as usual with Trump used the present chaos in government as a time to deflect from the mess by courageously visiting a war zone for three hours

 

I've no doubt that Trump or rather his family used their wealth and position to help him miss out on the draft. For all I know he may well have been medically unfit (certainly if you believe many on here he has the most severe mental issues and I guess that would have ruled him out). George W bush was accused of missing out on (avoiding) going to Vietnam by using his families position and wealth.  That's the first I've heard about Trump being shamed into going to see the troops in theatre but then you're probably underwater with anti-Trump coverage in Canada whereas we just get the tip of the ice-berg.

 

My original point though Bob was Trump isn't alone in avoiding all or some Military Service of the more recent Presidents and the poster I originally responded to sort of offered nobody else had worn a military jacket when speaking to the troops.

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Francis Albert

George Dubya wore a military style bomber jacket just to greet "Yo Blair" on US soil.

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Craig Gordons Gloves
3 hours ago, Seymour M Hersh said:

 

He's the first to ever do that damn him!!

 

 

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Oh, i know he was only doing what previous have done, my point was more that the current president is a fud, more so than previous. 

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NANOJAMBO

On Twitter today, the only person Trump ever employed that was fit for the job is Stormy Daniels.  And she sucks. 🤣

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Barack

What's he getting the blame for, posing with SEAL Team 5? 

 

Their faces weren't blurred out, as is usually normal. But that's surely not at his request/order? 

 

The SEAL's asked for pictures too, going by reports. Plenty to beat Trump with a stick about. This, imo, isn't one.

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Maple Leaf

2019 prediction time!!!

 

We're closing in on the mid-point of Trump's (first) Presidential term.  What do the prognosticators on JKB predict for 2019?

 

All opinions are welcome, which includes Trumpophiles and Trumpophobes.   But your prediction has to be about Trump.

 

My prediction is that Trump will not be POTUS on December 31, 2019.

 

What's yours?

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redjambo
22 minutes ago, Maple Leaf said:

2019 prediction time!!!

 

We're closing in on the mid-point of Trump's (first) Presidential term.  What do the prognosticators on JKB predict for 2019?

 

All opinions are welcome, which includes Trumpophiles and Trumpophobes.   But your prediction has to be about Trump.

 

My prediction is that Trump will not be POTUS on December 31, 2019.

 

What's yours?

 

Looking slightly further forward than 2019, Trump will serve out the rest of his first term, but with increasing drama/controversy and less effective power due to opposition from both House and Senate as more and more Republicans decide they've had enough and try to minimise the damage (as well as coming under pressure from the military and the industrial-military complex). He won't be elected for a second term.

 

Nothing more will be heard about North Korea. Mueller will continue picking off members of the Trump cabal one by one but no charges will be laid against Trump himself until he finishes being president.

 

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bobsharp

I have said all along that he will not complete his first term, I think the Syria move, the Russian nuclear developments, and the new disc losure of selfie pictures of him which a Russian company have released  and have been apparently deemed as a potential security  threat have all changed the tide. Pressure from his own party, and some of his advisers will assure him that his policies, lies, and tantrums have become dangerous and he should get out now. His presence has become a threat to many of his ass kissers own careers, and his independent actions a threat to the safety of the country.

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ri Alban

A single gunshot.

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I P Knightley
On 27/12/2018 at 20:12, bobsharp said:

 George Bush was trained as a fighter pilot, he was never detailed to serve on active duty. Cliinton is a bit different, he received deferments, then they cancelled the deferments for which he had qualified, his story gets a bit confusing as some feel he was charged with evading service but later granted a pardon, he did say at one time he had nothing against serving his country but he was totally opposed as were many to the Vietnam War. People have tried to find the whole story but between deaths loss of records and Clintons unwillingness to divulge the facts the story is still incomplete. He does not however dependent on your views of military service come out looking squeaky clean. However what is most important is that he is not the President today, Donald Trump is and he is  in the words of a retired officer a couple of weeks ago on TV a draft dodger.

So often when a person is criticised now especialy Trump the old but, but,but the Clintons did ...whatever, that is of no consequence, Donald Trump along with many others found ways not to serve his Country and allowed others to do so. The fact is he was shamed into the visit to the troops being constantly reminded that he had been two years without doing so, and as usual with Trump used the present chaos in government as a time to deflect from the mess by courageously visiting a war zone for three hours

The difference, in my view, between Clinton/Dubya and Trump is that, almost daily, Trump will belt out some guff about the glory of the US military. It's too needy and a little hypocritical.

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Jambo-Jimbo

I predict that several of his dodgy business/financial dealings will be exposed, one in particular will have serious ramifications upon Trump and the entire Trump mafia commonly known as his family.

 

I also predict that his state of mind and mental stabilty will become a matter of increasing concern.

 

 

 

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Francis Albert
11 hours ago, Maple Leaf said:

2019 prediction time!!!

 

We're closing in on the mid-point of Trump's (first) Presidential term.  What do the prognosticators on JKB predict for 2019?

 

All opinions are welcome, which includes Trumpophiles and Trumpophobes.   But your prediction has to be about Trump.

 

My prediction is that Trump will not be POTUS on December 31, 2019.

 

What's yours?

Is there such a thing as a Trumpophile? Even within his immediate family? Polls suggest that even his voters generally dislike him but buy into the myth that he is an effective businessman who can "get things done".

Anyway I predict that at this time next year people will still be posting that he will be gone in six months, that various smoking bombs are about to explode, and that if he chooses to run he will still have a decent chance of re-election in 2020.

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The Real Maroonblood
30 minutes ago, Jambo-Jimbo said:

I predict that several of his dodgy business/financial dealings will be exposed, one in particular will have serious ramifications upon Trump and the entire Trump mafia commonly known as his family.

 

I also predict that his state of mind and mental stabilty will become a matter of increasing concern.

 

 

 

I hope you're right. 

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Seymour M Hersh
1 hour ago, Francis Albert said:

Is there such a thing as a Trumpophile? Even within his immediate family? Polls suggest that even his voters generally dislike him but buy into the myth that he is an effective businessman who can "get things done".

Anyway I predict that at this time next year people will still be posting that he will be gone in six months, that various smoking bombs are about to explode, and that if he chooses to run he will still have a decent chance of re-election in 2020.

 

I'm predicting that your prediction will be pretty much on the money FA. I'm also predicting people will continue to lose their shit on a daily basis on here about Trump. 

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Barack

One of his kids will be indicted.

 

Take the rest of the year as it comes.

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bobsharp

There are various opinions on Trump, some like myself extremely critical, others critical but more tempered, and the third who feel that people like myself are too blinded by disdain for Trump to make a valued opinion. Usually I like to hammer my opinion and be steadfast in it, however in this case I find it hard to blow holes in any of the opinions different to my own. Thats Trump, its what he creates I, I think, try to associate him with Presidents of the past, but truly he does not fit into any of these categories he is individual and is totally different, but I am not changing my Vegas bet, he is going, going, gone.

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Jamboelite

I think if we all make it to the end of the year without him causing a nuclear winter then i’ll take that as a +.

 

I see more extreme views and a divided nation that will only get more embittered and hate filled  as the year progresses, all at his hands and gob.

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Maple Leaf
3 hours ago, Francis Albert said:

Is there such a thing as a Trumpophile?

 

Yes.  I have relatives in the USA who consider him to be the best POTUS ever.  They're elderly, conservative white people, so maybe that isn't a surprise.  What does surprise me is that their kids despise the man.

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A Boy Named Crow
19 hours ago, Francis Albert said:

Is there such a thing as a Trumpophile? Even within his immediate family? Polls suggest that even his voters generally dislike him but buy into the myth that he is an effective businessman who can "get things done".

Anyway I predict that at this time next year people will still be posting that he will be gone in six months, that various smoking bombs are about to explode, and that if he chooses to run he will still have a decent chance of re-election in 2020.

Aye, all through the process, from primaries to the election to the various scandals that have smouldered away,  he has shown that he has the ability to just brass neck his way out of any situation.

 

I remember in Dubya’s first term it was unthinkable to many that he’d possibly get a second crack at it, just goes to show!

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Ugly American
On 28/12/2018 at 18:45, Maple Leaf said:

2019 prediction time!!!

 

We're closing in on the mid-point of Trump's (first) Presidential term.  What do the prognosticators on JKB predict for 2019?

 

All opinions are welcome, which includes Trumpophiles and Trumpophobes.   But your prediction has to be about Trump.

 

My prediction is that Trump will not be POTUS on December 31, 2019.

 

What's yours?

 

The huge question is what Mueller is sitting on, and that office does not leak for anyone. It's so airtight you could launch it into space and it would come back down calmly issuing subpoenas and getting guilty pleas.

 

Romney's op-ed today was the usual spineless guff from him, but it at least shows that some more high-level GOP folks are starting to test the waters of anti-Trumpism. He's got a nice base for it, as Utah is one deep red state that continues to strongly dislike him.

 

Tomorrow's a new day, though. Pelosi gets the Speaker's gavel and I honestly don't think 45 knows what's about to hit him. Love her or hate her, Pelosi is a damn good legislator and she's knows how to spar with bullies.

 

My prediction: we'll have at least one major Congressional hearing in the next six months that has loads of drama.

 

I'm done trying to predict what the GOP is going to do, other than be generally spineless and evil, and he's not getting removed from office without at least 20 GOP Senator votes.

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Ugly American
On 29/12/2018 at 06:13, Francis Albert said:

Is there such a thing as a Trumpophile? Even within his immediate family? Polls suggest that even his voters generally dislike him but buy into the myth that he is an effective businessman who can "get things done".

Anyway I predict that at this time next year people will still be posting that he will be gone in six months, that various smoking bombs are about to explode, and that if he chooses to run he will still have a decent chance of re-election in 2020.

 

Really? I guess you see different news over there...

 

Yes. He remains wildly popular with registered GOP members, who are a shrinking percentage of the population but are still about 37% of the country.

 

Like we have to suffer major through stories about this at least once a month, with the New York Times feeling compelled to go to West Virginia or Wyoming on a regular basis to interview the same three guys with pickup trucks.

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Posted (edited)
7 hours ago, Ugly American said:

 

Really? I guess you see different news over there...

 

Yes. He remains wildly popular with registered GOP members, who are a shrinking percentage of the population but are still about 37% of the country.

 

Like we have to suffer major through stories about this at least once a month, with the New York Times feeling compelled to go to West Virginia or Wyoming on a regular basis to interview the same three guys with pickup trucks.

As an Americanophile I get quite a lot of my news from American sources - the New York Times, New Yorker, and New York Review of Books and for a few weeks a year the LA Times (all impeccably anti-Trump).

 

So I can say that we get pretty much same same news and reporting on Trump over here as over there (thankfully minus Fox News and the like), even from usually right wing media. We even have whole prime time TV series of our own with the sort of "discovering Trump's America" you refer to ... whole series with say Ed Balls, the ex Labour MP and Chancellor, or Miriam Margolyes the actress,  interviewing the same guys with pickup trucks. (As someone wrote, the coastal media could save money on air fares by for example taking the Staten Island Ferry and discovering many Trump supporters and in particular funders closer to home).

 

My comment on Trumpophiles was really about posters on here, where I am aware of few if any who would qualify. But I stand by the wider point. Yes, he retains an alarmingly high number of supporters who will vote for him but polls and even much of the anecdotal stuff suggest he is not so widely respected or admired or loved as a person. How could he be? (in my travels the only people who I have encountered who openly volunteer that they love him were a few  Israelis).

 

 

 

 

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Craig Gordons Gloves

The Dept of Defense is being run by a former Boeing Exec, The EPA is being run by a former Coal Industry Exec, the Dept of the Interior is about to be run by a former Oil Industry Lobbyist and Health & Human Services is run by a former Pharmaceutical lobbyist.

 

How's the swamp draining going?

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Jambo-Jimbo
4 minutes ago, Craig Gordons Gloves said:

The Dept of Defense is being run by a former Boeing Exec, The EPA is being run by a former Coal Industry Exec, the Dept of the Interior is about to be run by a former Oil Industry Lobbyist and Health & Human Services is run by a former Pharmaceutical lobbyist.

 

How's the swamp draining going?

 

It's going absolutely marvellously, Trump is doing exactly as he promised, he's draining the swamp.

 

Mind he forgot to tell his base that he planned to replace all the swamp monsters with his own swamp monsters, who will be reminded just who put them where they are, as and when Trump needs to.

Of course Trump would never remind them in person, oh no he's too much of a draft dodging coward to do the dirty work himself.

 

But hey-ho as long as the wall is built and Mexico pays for it..........................................oh wait.

 

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Ulysses
16 hours ago, Ugly American said:

 

Really? I guess you see different news over there...

 

Yes. He remains wildly popular with registered GOP members, who are a shrinking percentage of the population but are still about 37% of the country.

 

Like we have to suffer major through stories about this at least once a month, with the New York Times feeling compelled to go to West Virginia or Wyoming on a regular basis to interview the same three guys with pickup trucks.

 

 

Don't go down the rabbit hole, UA. 

 

 

Just saying. 

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bobsharp

I watched the news yesterday to see if any result came from the big White House meeting, nothing, stalemate. What was quite interesting to me was Trump making a statement that he would have made a really good General. As one would expect this led to a review of his military deferments from service potentally in Vietnam.

He received four education related deferments, in 1968 he had graduated so was listed as  liable for service. He was examined by a family doctor who diagnosed a bone spur. Trump was later interviewed about this and stated it was on the heel of one foot, he was unable to say which foot.  On a later interview he stated that the problem was on both feet, when further questioned he removed his shoes and advised the interviewer the spurs were on the back of his heels, he stated there was no limitations to his ability to walk but that doing long distance marches as done by the military was out of the question so he had a medical deferment.

It was later found that the doctor doing the diagnosis was paid well for the examination, and was living in a Trump owned apartment for a very low rent, it was also suggested that where Trump indicated the spurs were present was not in fact a proper location for such a condition. It wasn't stated but my own opinion is that this man who claims a superior intellect thought because he was supposed to have bone spurs that he felt they would be where one would wear spurs. Even if I liked or at least respected the man, by his own mouth and ridiculous claims he would have destroyed that feeling, he is without doubt an idiot of the first order, why do people especially those in a position of power continue to pander to him, when it all comes to the ultimate end, like the Titanic escape will be too late and they will go down with him.

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Ugly American
5 hours ago, Ulysses said:

 

 

Don't go down the rabbit hole, UA. 

 

 

Just saying. 

 

Wasn't planning on it, but cheers all the same. I figure you occasionally extend some folks some good faith -- did it with niblick periodically. But trying to do better about getting in pointless arguments. The old saying about wrestling a pig...

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ri Alban
Posted (edited)
9 hours ago, Craig Gordons Gloves said:

The Dept of Defense is being run by a former Boeing Exec, The EPA is being run by a former Coal Industry Exec, the Dept of the Interior is about to be run by a former Oil Industry Lobbyist and Health & Human Services is run by a former Pharmaceutical lobbyist.

 

How's the swamp draining going?

That's a question for Francis, Alpha and Jake.

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ri Alban

Hopefully the coming Wall At collapse will finish this muppet.

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Normthebarman
7 hours ago, Ugly American said:

 

Wasn't planning on it, but cheers all the same. I figure you occasionally extend some folks some good faith -- did it with niblick periodically. But trying to do better about getting in pointless arguments. The old saying about wrestling a pig...

You know, I've been thinking for a while that this place is fractionally less bat shit crazy than it used to be and I couldn't put my finger on why. 

 

Now I realise it's because Nibbles seems to have disappeared. The New World Order finally get to him then? 

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The Real Maroonblood
20 minutes ago, Normthebarman said:

You know, I've been thinking for a while that this place is fractionally less bat shit crazy than it used to be and I couldn't put my finger on why. 

 

Now I realise it's because Nibbles seems to have disappeared. The New World Order finally get to him then? 

The kiss of death post.

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Normthebarman
2 minutes ago, The Real Maroonblood said:

The kiss of death post.

Aw ****. I figured it'd be safe as I thought he'd been ban hammered. Is he just on holiday then? 

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The Real Maroonblood
5 minutes ago, Normthebarman said:

Aw ****. I figured it'd be safe as I thought he'd been ban hammered. Is he just on holiday then? 

I’m sure he disappeared before for a while then reappeared.

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Smithee
35 minutes ago, Normthebarman said:

You know, I've been thinking for a while that this place is fractionally less bat shit crazy than it used to be and I couldn't put my finger on why. 

 

Now I realise it's because Nibbles seems to have disappeared. The New World Order finally get to him then? 

He's not the only gobshite on a sabbatical, there are a couple of other prominent bollocksmiths giving us peace just now. 

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Francis Albert
8 hours ago, Ugly American said:

 

Wasn't planning on it, but cheers all the same. I figure you occasionally extend some folks some good faith -- did it with niblick periodically. But trying to do better about getting in pointless arguments. The old saying about wrestling a pig...

I have no idea what rabbit hole I might have been dragging you down but I don't think anyone is asking you for your "good faith". On Trump (for whom I have never expressed any love or respect)  and Brexit the board is increasingly intolerant of any view which differs not just in opinion but in the manner of expressing opinion from the consensus.

Which if you are into talking to a mirror (or your kettle) is I suppose fine.

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Ulysses
Posted (edited)
9 hours ago, Ugly American said:

 

Wasn't planning on it, but cheers all the same. I figure you occasionally extend some folks some good faith -- did it with niblick periodically. But trying to do better about getting in pointless arguments. The old saying about wrestling a pig...

 

There's nothing wrong with a good argument or debate, and you won't always get that from people who agree with you. 

 

It's sensible to distinguish between diversity and toxicity, and to give the latter a wide berth.  But temptation can be a terrible thing.  :whistling:

 

I've never wrestled a pig, so I can legitimately claim to be undefeated in that sport.  :laugh: 

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ri Alban
1 hour ago, Francis Albert said:

I have no idea what rabbit hole I might have been dragging you down but I don't think anyone is asking you for your "good faith". On Trump (for whom I have never expressed any love or respect)  and Brexit the board is increasingly intolerant of any view which differs not just in opinion but in the manner of expressing opinion from the consensus.

Which if you are into talking to a mirror (or your kettle) is I suppose fine.

:D

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The Real Maroonblood
10 minutes ago, milky_26 said:

trump is willing to have the government shutdown last months or years if he doesn't get funding for his wall

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-46763940

He should be sectioned.

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