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    Today, 08:50 AM
    A body can only take so much spam.
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    Today, 07:59 AM
    He didn't step up and take responsibility as Commander in Chief and protect the troops because he had better things to do. He was a busy man. He had mean tweets to send.
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    Today, 07:03 AM
    More important things to do than to ensure he wasn't demanding that his FDA chief fast-track poison for our veins. Yes, I heard you the first time. But thank you for repeating it. It's always helpful when Trump's Delusional Supporters clarify the man's priorities, because they're so perverted that people call his critics conspiracy theorists for telling the truth about them.
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    Today, 06:56 AM
    Yeah. Like that. Did Swordy just personally put Ron Paul on a "kill list" that no one else had added him to? I wonder why. Could it be so he can claim Ron Paul and Trump have something -- anything -- in common?
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    Today, 06:49 AM
    No, in all fairness, he makes a thousand lame excuses for it. He glorifies his god by reporting his pipe dreams about what he'd like to see Trump do next as if they were campaign promises. Catch the drift of it? He had no choice but believe the MSM (which he had just called "fake news" a thousand times) because he had hired none of the best people, couldn't make a better deal, and had more important things to do than to consider if he might be demanding his bureaus fast track the approval of poison for our veins.
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    Today, 06:24 AM
    Boy are people going to get as mad as intended when they declare him the winner after all of this gaming.
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    Today, 06:22 AM
    No, but you can still compare the stats you don't have to the stats you do have from last year, and pretend like it means something.
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    Today, 05:27 AM
    Gee, it's a shame he didn't consider our health important enough to make time. Gee, it's a shame he didn't pick "all the best people" like he promised, but a bunch of Deep State operatives he couldn't and shouldn't have trusted. Gee, it's a shame he didn't ask the people in the FDA what the holdup was, instead of just demanding their rubber stamp. Gee, it's a shame he couldn't find one doctor in a country of 330 million to explain it to him. Gee, it's too bad that he couldn't find one person in a country of 330 million to go to even one of the emergency rooms the MSM was claiming was swamped, to see if that was true (after saying the phrase "fake news" about ten thousand times during his campaign). It amazes me the degree to which you TDS-affected cultists think gross incompetence and negligence is a selling point.
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    Yesterday, 12:17 PM
    Yeah, Jon Stewart points out the pandering. But he still glosses over the fact that Target was pandering to people who encourage children not to be happy with themselves just the way they are.
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    Yesterday, 12:00 PM
    Except now he's the one signalling, if you want to be free follow me back to Russia.
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    Yesterday, 11:57 AM
    No, it's more than that. That's a palliative, and doomed to fail at the current rate of devaluation. Yes it is. Better than that other idea.
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    Yesterday, 11:06 AM
    What the fuck do you want from me? Appeasement? Do you want to see if I can diplomatically concede areas of commonality with a big government worshipper who self-identifies as "conservative"? Is that the name of the thing that's stuck in your craw? Fine. I'll see what I can do. Though it's distressingly much more temporary, I suppose there is a certain copacetic commonality between giving some people permanent relief from this onerous burden through eliminating this tax on broad classifications of income types, and just readjusting the income threshold below which one does not have to file. The latter does also give relief to a certain number of people for the moment. Perhaps we should kick the can down the road a year for these people. Ron Paul might even approve, though I won't believe he ever addressed such directly until I find out different. It would not be uncharacteristic or unprincipled for him to do so. I still don't see raising the minimum earnings on which income tax must be paid (putting it only on fewer people arbitrarily defined as "the rich") as a cure for the problem. It's just a palliative. It isn't a fix. It's highly unlikely to keep up with inflation. It's putting sawdust in the gears until you can replace the transmission without a plan to replace the transmission. Why don't you do better, now, and admit that? The stupid part of all this is, I've never even heard Trump talk about exempting people earning less income from income tax. I think you're arguing a point that Swordy pulled out of his ass like there's a snowball's chance in hell of Trump ever doing it. Trump promised to eliminate income tax in toto on a classification of income and I never once said I disapprove of that. Why are you harping on this fade it out by fading it up -- making income tax "upwardly mobile" -- pipe dream? It was just Swordy again demanding that we believe Trump will actually do what Swordy wishes Trump would do. Do better.
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    Yesterday, 10:47 AM
    There's a lot of that going around.
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    Yesterday, 09:56 AM
    A Senator rear-ended someone, and no citations were issued. Because of course not.
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    Yesterday, 09:12 AM
    You're a mighty good Republican. And part of the problem. PAF have you ever noticed that when a Republican accuses you of being nitpicky, it's always a prelude to them attempting to nitpick the shit out of you?
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    Yesterday, 09:02 AM
    "Dem" in this case being short for "Democratic". The irony lies thick upon the ground.
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    Yesterday, 08:02 AM
    That's why Democrats create problems, so Republicans can implement Orwellian "solutions". And Republicans buy the b.s. over and over and over. Then a Ron Paul pops up in their midst and they try to conflate big government "solutions" (like rewriting the tax tables) with his principled stances. And then the good old boys weigh in with all the gravitas they can muster and say, waaall, that simple solution Ron Paul mentioned and this complicated big government rewriting of the tax table can sorter do the same thing if it were done right, so let's give this conflater the benefit of the doubt and just say he didn't know what he was conflatin'. And they buy the same bull over and over and can't figger out how nothin' ever stays fixed. Propagandists have been doing that to Republican voters my whole life. And the sources they trust continue to confuse them, and they continue to let the people they elect get away with literal mass murder because these are pretty good ol' boys compared to that Other Totalitarian Party. And they can't stop. Then they wonder why I won't stop. It's the same old fucking bait and switch. Oh, say the Republican politicians, let me readjust this tyranny so it's more comfortable for you. Now that Trump borrowed an unprecedented eight trillion and kicked all this inflation off, we will tinker with the tax tables for you. Let me know when the dollar crashes enough that it gets uncomfortable again, and we'll promise to look at fine tuning it some more if we're out of power again and actually need some votes.
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    Yesterday, 07:53 AM
    Do you, though? Or are you just making excuses for the people making excuses for Trump? You may think whatever you want as well. You may think eliminating income taxes on an entire category of income is the same thing as tinkering with the tax tables... Suit yourself. I'm not going to agree.
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    Yesterday, 07:40 AM
    That is excising it in toto for tips. Did anyone say anything about up to a certain level, or exempting servers who work at places with hundred dollar entrees? He's being misleading and you're playing word games. Fine. Let's play. For Pete's sake, because you know he never approved of people trying to give Trump credit for things Ron Paul popularized.
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    Yesterday, 07:32 AM
    And the GOP clearly wants the next president to be a lame duck from Day One. Republicans generally don't hold politicians wearing their brand to their promises, but these are extraordinary times. The Deep State doesn't want a president who worries about getting reelected for the next four years.
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    Aw, thank you! : ) Very kind of you to say that.
  2. Dammit Pete, I'd do you in a heartbeat.
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    Yeah he was upset he didn't get a chance to see you. You're a good guy, Pete, don't let this keep you down.
  5. I have a really good book on the subject if you should ever want any additional info, I really should scan the whole thing but sending e-copies, well--you know.
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    Your inbox is full, so I'm leaving my message here:
    Hi Pete!

    A lot of us over at are hoping you'll join and play with us there. You're definitely one of the most requested enlistees. We've already got such luminaries as AF, amypi, JFK3, eduardo, flightlesskiwi, and myself. I hope you'll consider it.

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    i don't troll politcal forums, i'm not andrew breitbart
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    Hey, Pete, here's the link where I picked up the Holder story:

    lots of info there

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    nvm. found it. was "Cuddy"!! last name of the author. duh.
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    howdy... i'm trying to find one of the links you posted awhile back... has "cuddlynwo" or some such in the addy. can't find it. can you send it to me, pretty please??? enlightening a new Ron Paul supporter who asked to be enlightened.
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