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I wouldn't put it past the narcissist-in-chief to invent some exigency that requires his further services as President, and even without holding the office you know this creep is going to stick his oar in the national water whenever possible, but it looks like we're only a couple hours away from the end of Barack Hussein Obama's 8 years in the Oval Office.  The national debt is doubled and we have had the most anemic economic recovery since WWII.  Our allies cringed (James Taylor, seriously?) and our enemies rejoiced.  He lit a match to race relations.  He crushed an already tottering health care system.  He regulated the life out of countless industries.  He emboldened an already politicized bureaucracy and watched as it targeted political enemies while announcing that he was unable to discern even a "smidgen of corruption".  He spied on journalists --  the same journalists that spent the better part of the last decade felching him -- and pardoned military traitors.  He oversaw drone hit lists that occasionally targeted US citizens, but brushed off ISIS as a "jayvee team". 

Tell him, Ric:


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Great speech! It was refreshing to see a president name the enemy by name.
It's also refreshing to see a president make decisions without being influenced by lobbyists.

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BlueThunder wrote: Great speech! It was refreshing to see a president name the enemy by name.
It's also refreshing to see a president make decisions without being influenced by lobbyists.

Turns out that the CIA had told both Bush and Obama not to call them by name because it's used as a recruiting tool.  They listened.

But hey, what does the CIA know, right?

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DaNkinator wrote: BlueThunder wrote: Great speech! It was refreshing to see a president name the enemy by name.
It's also refreshing to see a president make decisions without being influenced by lobbyists.

Turns out that the CIA had told both Bush and Obama not to call them by name because it's used as a recruiting tool.  They listened.

But hey, what does the CIA know, right?


Eh, it projects weakness. I don't think the strategy worked seeing that terrorism has been on the rise.

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DaNkinator wrote: BlueThunder wrote: Great speech! It was refreshing to see a president name the enemy by name.
It's also refreshing to see a president make decisions without being influenced by lobbyists.

Turns out that the CIA had told both Bush and Obama not to call them by name because it's used as a recruiting tool.  They listened.

But hey, what does the CIA know, right?

There's no better recruiting tool than the Koran.  All else pales in comparison. 

As for what the CIA knows, that's a question for which the answer is long overdue.  The agency's track record this century is hardly one to write home about. 

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that was the whitest crowd at a inauguration I have ever seen. lol that's not good at all.

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KGB channeling his inner Stingmark
FWIW I hope Trump succeeds on some of his policies.  However, the impending trade war is going to be a brutal one - if your job on either side of the border relies on trade with another nation you might want to invest in some education and fucking soon.  China and Russia (once the honeymoon period is over) are going to fuck Trump up the ass raw on trade.

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I'm afraid that the nightmare is just going to get worse. Trump's ego is so big that he will say or tweet something and people will get killed over it.

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I'm asking because I don't know.

How is Russia specifically going to hurt us tradewise?

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Franchise wrote: I'm asking because I don't know.

How is Russia specifically going to hurt us tradewise?

They are not.

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China on the other hand....

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Our long natinional nightmare has been going on since at least the Wilson administration and is continuing right on schedule.

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broke wrote: China on the other hand....

Isn't our trade greatly unbalanced? They need us waaay more than we need them when it comes to trade.

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BlueThunder wrote: broke wrote: China on the other hand....

Isn't our trade greatly unbalanced? They need us waaay more than we need them when it comes to trade.

Have shopped anywhere like Walmart or Target lately? Almost all the cheap shit a lot of people who supported Trump buy comes from China. If that starts costing more they are gonna be pissed. 

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gwlee7 wrote: BlueThunder wrote: broke wrote: China on the other hand....

Isn't our trade greatly unbalanced? They need us waaay more than we need them when it comes to trade.

Have shopped anywhere like Walmart or Target lately? Almost all the cheap shit a lot of people who supported Trump buy comes from China. If that starts costing more they are gonna be pissed. 

Order maybe they should just stop buying it. 

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srossi wrote: Our long natinional nightmare has been going on since at least the Wilson administration and is continuing right on schedule.
There was a brief interregnum during the Coolidge administration, and another partial one during Reagan's time in office.

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KGB wrote: srossi wrote: Our long natinional nightmare has been going on since at least the Wilson administration and is continuing right on schedule.
There was a brief interregnum during the Coolidge administration, and another partial one during Reagan's time in office.

Reagan is monumentally overrated, but Silent Cal is my type of president. 



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