Say what? Another open thread?

Yeah. That is what happens when there is not anything new to say.

Still loving how the progtards are going apeshit over Prsident Donald J. Trump.

Keep up the good work Sir!

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77 thoughts on “Say what? Another open thread?

  1. neocon01

    Haaa ha ha ha ha
    the “religion” of pieces go apeshiite AGAIN……..MAGA donald…luv ya.
    drudge;

    Arabs, Europe, UN reject Trump recognition of Jerusalem as Israeli capital…

    ‘Pulled pin on bomb’…

    Hamas calls for Palestinian uprising…(yet again) LOL

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  2. neocon01

    meanwhile back at the wraunch

    DEMS DUMP FRANKEN…
    DECISION: TODAY…
    Accused of Groping At MEDIA MATTERS Party…

    Conyers son arrested for domestic abuse — but not prosecuted…
    he is black, he is a donk, he wants to take his perv fathers seat in congress, did i mention he is black??

    I love the smell of burnt commies in the morning. MAGA

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  3. Tim Post author

    He was a Whitey…so hate crime.

    Meanwhile in chicadishu…..a melanin enhanced cultural enricher gets probation for participating in torturing a crippled kid in a wheel chair.

    No mention that the presiding “justice” is also culturally enhanced plus a muzzie to boot.

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  4. Tim Post author

    CNN Politics@CNNPolitics
    Barack Obama had three of the most retweeted tweets of 2017. Donald Trump didn’t make the top 10

    PDT Invented his own word. Game Set Match to President Covfefe….!

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  5. Tim Post author

    Another year has came and gone. 2017 turned out to better than anticipated and 2018 is shaping up to be even better. The Trump Train keeps rolling on.

    MAGA New Year to the dedicated few!

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  6. neocon01

    GOOD RIDDANCE to this filthy despicable oxygen waster…. POS

    Minnesota’s Tina Smith replaces Al Franken in Senate, marking record number of 22 female senators

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  7. Tim Post author

    One progtard for another. different but not by much, plumbing.

    Nationwide reports of unwanted groping have went down by 92% since he’s been gone.

    We have that. 🙂

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  8. neocon01

    http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/01/what_i_learned_in_peace_corps_in_africa_trump_is_right.html

    January 17, 2018
    What I Learned in the Peace Corps in Africa: Trump Is Right
    By Karin McQuillan
    Three weeks after college, I flew to Senegal, West Africa, to run a community center in a rural town. Life was placid, with no danger, except to your health. That danger was considerable, because it was, in the words of the Peace Corps doctor, “a fecalized environment.”

    In plain English: s— is everywhere. People defecate on the open ground, and the feces is blown with the dust – onto you, your clothes, your food, the water. He warned us the first day of training: do not even touch water. Human feces carries parasites that bore through your skin and cause organ failure.

    Never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined that a few decades later, liberals would be pushing the lie that Western civilization is no better than a third-world country. Or would teach two generations of our kids that loving your own culture and wanting to preserve it are racism.

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  9. neocon01

    sorry, but FUCK this racist NIGGER!!

    January 17, 2018
    Cory Booker completely loses it at DHS secretary Kirstjen Nielsen
    By M. Catharine Evans
    A crazed, bug-eyed Cory Booker, junior senator from New Jersey, blasted Department of Homeland Security secretary Kristjen Nielsen during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing yesterday on immigration.

    Booker became so unhinged in his staged outrage that he repeatedly threatened Nielsen, with clenched fists pointed in her direction.

    Equal to Booker’s overt violation of Nielsen’s right to be treated without hostility and intimidation was the deranged content of his tirade.

    Nielsen had stated earlier she did not hear the president say the “s-hole” word at last week’s White House meeting on DACA.

    Booker went ballistic and accused Nielsen of covering up for the real target of his outburst: President Trump.

    read more;

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2018/01/cory_booker_completely_loses_it_at_dhs_secretary_kirstjen_nielsen.html

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  10. neocon01

    Two new polls show President Donald Trump’s rising support among black voters, highlighting his political gains from pushing employers to hire Americans instead of lower-wage migrants.

    The growing support from blacks – despite furious Democratic claims of racism – could become a shocking political validation in November when Trump will face millions of upper-income Democratic voters who are angry at his “Buy American, Hire American” policies

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    1. Tim Post author

      This is why they have to get him out at any cost. Rising support among Black and Hispanic voters will make sure of a second term.

      If Mike Pence is smart, he will be watching and learning how it is done and make sure of 16 years of MAGAnomics.

      A prosperous and busy people make for sad times for the progtards.

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  11. Tim Post author

    Life goes on.

    Another month is over and Donald J. Trump is still your President. All those things you do not like, the tax cuts, travel bans, increased deportations, no deal on daca, and last but most important, all those sotero era regulations that made doing business so difficult, are the Laws of the Land.

    You can dream of impeachment but in your blackened progtard heart, you know it will never happen.

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  12. neocon01

    MAGA
    Trump delivers knockout speech,
    a drooling kennedydrunk responds with hatred for Americans.
    the haters, commies, homos, muslim worshiping traitors that are the democRATs boo

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      1. neocon01

        Baaaaaaaa ha ha ha ha dream on stooge, his numbers are higher than the mulatto muslim bathhouse barrys were at the same point in his administration..

  13. Tim Post author

    donktards gave up without a fight this time around on funding the goober’mint. Did not want to press daca. It will go bye-bye in March anyway. Riddance to Rubbish.

    Now it looks like President Trump has trolled shiff for brains into a memo with lots of classified info on it and he will just let it be published as is.

    Calling the bluff?

    I believe so.

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  14. neocon01

    soooooo its the eeeeeevil AR15’s the donks are screaming about?

    How many people are killed by drugs each year?

    About 570,000 people die annually in the U.S. due to drug use.
    That breaks down to more than 480,000 deaths related to tobacco, about 31,000 due to alcohol, nearly 22,000 due to overdose from illicit (illegal) drugs, and close to 23,000 due to overdose from prescription pain relievers.

    How many people were killed by guns last year?
    All shootings: Some 13,286 people were killed in the US by firearms in 2015,
    according to the Gun Violence Archive, and 26,819 people were injured [those figures exclude suicide].

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      1. neocon01

        will you concede the 75,000,000 dead, murdered by abortions?
        or the 100,000,000 murdered by communism?
        or the millions murdered by islam?

      2. neocon01

        but of course you don’t wish to post 50000 people dead because of guns.

        show your proof of that number,
        then lets talk about the 500,000 people dead from drugs…legal and illegal….maybe we should ban them all……oh wait !!

      3. neocon01

        duane vaseline,

        https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/suicide.htm

        All suicides
        Number of deaths: 42,826
        Deaths per 100,000 population: 13.4

        Firearm suicides
        Number of deaths: 21,386
        Deaths per 100,000 population: 6.7 (not even half) you LIE!! duane

        Suffocation suicides
        Number of deaths: 11,407
        Deaths per 100,000 population: 3.6

        Poisoning suicides
        Number of deaths: 6,808
        Deaths per 100,000 population: 2.1

      4. Diane Valencen, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H [Journ.], ArF J., M.F.

        The bottom line here is that people like you are afraid. You are afraid that if you didn’t have guns you’d be dragged out of your home’s and all you live and have worked for would be taken from you by force. If it isn’t the dark skinned others it will be the government. But none of this is ever going to happen because no one is ever going to do anything and mentally ill people will continue to get guns meant for fighting wars and more children will die. This because your guilt caused by unearned privilege drives you to defend the MRS and the firearms lobby over the lives of living children.

  15. neocon01

    duane vaseline
    “A fetus has no rights;. If a woman chooses to terminate her pregnancy MURDER her CHILD, shouldn’t be a legal right why should owning an AR 15 be?:

    very simple for you….one is a constitutional RIGHT, MURDER isnt…

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  16. neocon01

    February 24, 2018
    Your Feelings Have Nothing to Do with the Second Amendment
    By William Sullivan
    Looking to capitalize on the public whirlwind demanding gun control measures, Ohio governor John Kasich took to Twitter to ask:

    If all the sudden you couldn’t buy an AR-15, what would you lose? Would you feel your second amendment [sic] rights would be eroded? These are the things that have to be looked at and action has to happen.

    What I’d lose should be pretty obvious. I’d lose the ability to purchase an AR-15 to defend my family, my life, and my home because the federal government has prohibited me from doing so – i.e., infringed upon my right to do so. The Second Amendment could not be clearer in declaring that the federal government has no such right enumerated in the Constitution.

    If the practical result is that my rights are inarguably infringed, why would your feelings, my feelings, or anyone else’s feelings have any relevance whatsoever?

    This is not a discussion. These are my rights. How you feel about the exercising of my rights doesn’t matter at all. And if it is decided that your feelings warrant the legal erosion of my rights, isn’t it clear that what we’re talking about are not, in fact, “rights” as understood by our Founders, but allowances that government either permits or rescinds based upon the whims of a perceived majority opinion?

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/02/your_feelings_have_nothing_to_do_with_the_second_amendment.html

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  17. neocon01

    MEDIA IGNORING 1 CRUCIAL FACTOR IN FLORIDA SCHOOL SHOOTING
    ‘Guns,’ ‘depression,’ ‘trouble’ cited – but key information not yet disclosed
    Published: 02/15/2018 at 8:39 PM

    pillsB

    Here we go again. A horrific mass shooting occurs. Everyone is in shock and grief. Democrats blame guns and Republicans. Pundits urge the public, “If you see something, say something.” And everyone asks, “Why?”

    As information about the perpetrator emerges, a relative confides to a newspaper that the “troubled youth” who committed the mass murder was on psychiatric medications – you know, those powerful, little understood, mind-altering drugs with fearsome side effects including “suicidal ideation” and even “homicidal ideation.”

    Yet the predictable response from the press is always the same – not only a total lack of curiosity, but disdain for any who ask the question, as though connecting psychiatric meds to mass shootings is pursuing a “conspiracy theory.”

    Florida school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz

    Here’s a good way to tell whether or not something is a conspiracy theory: If it’s true, it’s not a conspiracy theory.

    In the case of Nikolas Cruz, the 19-year-old Florida mass-shooter, his mother’s sister, Barbara Kumbatovich, told the Miami Herald that she believed Cruz was on medication to deal with his emotional fragility.

    Newtown, Connecticut, school shooter Adam Lanza

    This is strikingly similar to reports right after the 2013 school massacre in Newtown, Connecticut, when Mark and Louise Tambascio, family friends of shooter Adam Lanza and his mother, were interviewed on CBS’ “60 Minutes,” during which Louise Tambascio told correspondent Scott Pelley: “I know he was on medication and everything, but she homeschooled him at home cause he couldn’t deal with the school classes sometimes, so she just homeschooled Adam at home. And that was her life.” And here, Tambascio tells ABC News, “I knew he was on medication, but that’s all I know.”

    http://www.wnd.com/2018/02/media-ignoring-1-crucial-factor-in-florida-school-shooting/

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  18. neocon01

    BTY for visitors who dont know, diane vulcan….WORKS for this guy…..Pfffftttt ROTFLMAO!!!

    This is an example of the fucking raving insanity of the left….

    “My view of mankind on Earth is greater than anyone living on Terra today can fathom. I was born in the year 1635 C.E. and have lived these nearly 400 years witnessing history as man as species emerged in the flash of Enlightenment into the age of Technology. Consider this, if you are man who has lived to be 70 years of age on Terra I have been frustrated more times than the number of days he has lived.
    I have watched brutal religious wars cull hundreds of thousands of Souls from the ranks of the Living. I have watched as a great emerging nation turned on itself over the rights of men to be free from bondage. I have watch female Human Beings struggle to be free from their gilded cage built by the lusty hands of those who wish to keep them silent, compliant and available.

    Now in my 384th year, I stand witness to the trials and tribulations of history yet again. I am not a fan of the man sitting in the American White House as most of you already know. “

    PS, he purports to be a demon living in hell.
    WHO KNEW they had laptops there LOL X a zillion

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  19. neocon01

    the TRUTH comes out and it AINT the AR 15

    February 26, 2018
    Incompetence Wasn’t the Problem in Broward County
    By Jack Cashill
    No one who follows the blogging collective known as the “Conservative Treehouse” will dispute my claim that its most prominent blogger, “Sundance” by name, is America’s best reporter. I got to know Sundance doing research for my book on the Trayvon Martin shooting, If I Had a Son. So instrumental was the research of Sundance and his colleagues that I made the “Treepers” the protagonists of the book.

    Sundance’s research into the political dynamics of Martin’s Miami-Dade school system led him to expand his research into neighboring Broward County years before the Parkland shooting. We communicated the day after that shooting. We had a shared sense of what had gone wrong. I detailed some of this last week in an article on what one public interest magazine called the “Broward County solution.” In Broward County, they call it more modestly the “PROMISE Program.”

    In November 2013, Sundance first reported that Broward County was “willing to jump on the diversionary bandwagon.” As an attached Associated Press article noted, “One of the nation’s largest school districts has reached an agreement with law enforcement agencies and the NAACP to reduce the number of students being charged with crimes for minor offenses.” The goal, as the article explained, was to create an alternative to the zero-tolerance policies then in place by giving principals, not law enforcement, the authority to determine the nature of the offense.

    In a collaborative agreement among school officials and law enforcement, the presence of the NAACP might seem anomalous, but not in the Obama era, where considerations of race routinely shaped educational policy. “One of the first things I saw was a huge differential in minority students, black male students in particular, in terms of suspensions and arrests,” Broward’s recently hired school superintendent, Robert Runcie, told the American Prospect. A black American, Runcie assumed that the differential was due largely to some unspoken institutional bias against minorities. As he saw it, these suspensions played a major role in the so-called “achievement gap” between white and minority students.

    The first two “whereas” clauses in the collaborative agreement deal with opportunities for students in general, but the third speaks to the motivating issue behind the agreement: “Whereas, across the country, students of color, students with disabilities, and LGBTQ students are disproportionately impacted by school-based arrests for the same behavior as their peers.”
    more here;
    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/02/incompetence_wasnt_the_problem_in_broward_county.html

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  20. Tim Post author

    How long before your minders take away your net again Diane. You know it just upsets you and hampers your recovery. You should concentrate on getting better instead of living your make believe life.

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  21. neocon01

    March 2, 2018
    Not a ‘Shooter,’ but a ‘Mass Murderer’
    By Alan Fraser
    The reporting on the mass murder of Parkland, Fla. is the one millionth example of most of us passively letting the left dictate how reality is to be described and discussed. Let’s start off by declaring without hesitation that Nikolas Cruz is not a “shooter” or a “gunman.” He is a “mass murderer.” On the U.S. Olympic team, there are shooters. When one of us goes to the “shooting range” to practice, we are shooters.

    See the difference? Not subtle, is it? Would anyone want to openly disagree or debate this? Evil sub-humans like Cruz and Omar Mateen, etc. are mass “murderers,” not “shooters” or “gunmen.”

    Heavens…we might be seen as being “judgmental,” as the murderer has not yet been proven guilty. OK, then let’s used the good old phrase “alleged murderers” to describe the Cruzes and Mateens of the world. Note that you seldom see the phrase “alleged shooter”…just “shooter.” (By the way, when a murderer uses a knife, do we see the term “knifeman” used in reports? Yeah, go ahead and Google it.)

    This is no little, trivial thing. Even the left loves never stops reminding us, “words matter.” The problem is that we’ve bought into the nomenclature of the left, and our doing so has shifted the conversation dramatically in their favor and kept us from focusing and thinking and seeing clearly, and it prevents us from solving our problems – in this case, what seems to be the growth of mass murders. This is destructive because it focuses our minds on the “shooting” – i.e., the use of guns and not the crime of mass murder.

    more

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/03/not_a_shooter_but_a_mass_murderer.html

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  22. neocon01

    To put this in perspective, the 2010 age 18-44 population was 112.8 million. This means that 37 million or more people are taking one to four drugs a day, 3.3 million using antidepressants. That 37 million amounts to over ten people per square mile, averaged over the whole U.S., but probably hundreds or thousands per block in NYC! (I should have become a pharmacist.)

    Take a look at a package insert for any prescription drug, and you will find a long list of side-effects, with everything from night sweats to “homicidal ideation.” That’s a technical term meaning “you’re gonna wanna kill somebody.” And if you are taking multiple drugs, these side-effects do not add up; they multiply. My father took two drugs with bradycardia as a side-effect. His body handled the first for three years, but the addition of the second nearly killed him in a week.

    After every mass shooting in the U.S., the non-mainstream media look into the prescription drugs used by the perpetrator, where possible. Judging from these investigations, it appears there may be a link between antidepressant use and extreme violent outbursts. Suspicious bloggers slam the mainstream media for not investigating this link, citing billions in pharmaceutical advertising dollars the media don’t want to endanger.

    To chase this rabbit further, I thought I would scan all the package inserts of all prescription drugs on the market, looking for the key words “suicide” and “homicide.” Sure enough, I found that the National Institutes of Health maintain easily downloadable archives of drug labels in several categories. I downloaded the human prescription drug label files, consisting of over 36,000 labels.

    Combing through all these labels manually would be a task only the government would do, so I wrote a computer program to scan these files quickly. The search is complicated by the fact that there are distinct labels for each form of a drug, whether caplet, capsule, liquid, etc. After identifying all the unique drug types, 8,638 drugs remained. The labels were scanned for the text strings “suicide” and “homicide,” resulting in 1,118 drug labels having at least one match on at least one of the two strings, with some having dozens of matches.

    Thus, 12.9% of the human prescription drug labels scanned had a warning about suicidal or homicidal behavior as a side effect.

    This does not tell us how many of these drugs are commonly used, and an additional analysis would be required to provide that data. But would you shop at a grocery where 12.9% of the food had been found in lab tests to send some consumers into a premeditated homicidal rage? What would you think if 12.9% of supposedly quality products on Amazon.com gave you a tendency to commit suicide?

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/03/prescription_for_death.html

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  23. neocon01

    March 6, 2018
    The Broward County Superintendent’s Corrupt and Dangerous Agenda
    By M. Catharine Evans
    There’s little doubt Broward County Public Schools superintendent Robert Runcie’s rabid implementation of his “no arrest” policy in 2011 helped Nikolas Cruz to stay “in the classroom and out of the courtroom,” a phrase Runcie often repeated when touting his signature PROMISE program.

    Runcie’s plan served as an exemplary model for 50 participating school districts across the country, affecting 6.35 million children. In a July 2015 White House conference attended by Runcie and his former boss in Chicago, education secretary Arne Duncan, the superintendent received high praise for leading the nation in reducing student arrests.

    But according to many outside reports, by 2015, the Obama-directed school discipline guidelines were creating chaos in the country’s classrooms. After Oklahoma City instituted the new discipline policies, teachers referred violent students to the administration, only to have them returned to the classroom a short time later.

    From the Oklahoman Editorial Board, November 2015:

    “It is amazing the district reports to the local news media that the disciplinary/referrals issues have gone down when that is not the case at all,” one teacher wrote. “Teachers are being abused physically[;] there is total defiance from students as early as 1st-2nd grade.”

    We were told that referrals would not require suspension unless there was blood,” one teacher said.

    We have written many times about the demographic challenges the district faces. Yet no teacher, when asked what the job is really like, should ever describe it this way: “Students are yelling, cursing, hitting and screaming at teachers and nothing is being done but teachers are being told to teach and ignore the behaviors.”
    MORE
    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/03/the_broward_county_superintendents_corrupt_and_dangerous_agenda.html

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  24. Tim Post author

    Got a problem with a boy? Dope him up with ritalin or some such garbage. Going outside and playing Cowboys and Indians is racism. Shouting “bang-bang” is toxic masculinity.

    Pay the price proggies, pay the price. You bought it in full.

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  25. Tim Post author

    mccabe got his ass fired. AMF mr mccabe. riddance to rubbish.

    any is complaining about the right not having any organized opposition to the left. maybe she should break out the old animal references again. Too bad they do not comment where she can delete or ban them.

    We warned them over and over again. Could not make them listen. What to do? What to do?

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  26. neocon01

    participated in saving a young guy from certain death last week end….
    was a “hold my beer and watch this” moment LoL

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