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    Thumbs down 'Carnival barking clown', Bloomberg's attack on Prez Trump crosses the line

    Even if one doesn't agree with politics and policies of GOPA wing leadership, whatever happened to sticking to polite, civil langauge in political criticisms?




    Mayor Bloomberg should have known better.



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    How is your operation - Trump take down - going?

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    Bloomberg needs to step up his game when it comes to good insults. Maybe Trump can give him some pointers.
    "Perhaps one of the most important accomplishments of my administration is minding my own business."

    Calvin Coolidge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Globalist View Post
    Bloomberg needs to step up his game when it comes to good insults. Maybe Trump can give him some pointers.


    https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays/s...00275737604096
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    That sure was a humdinger! No malarkey I really think that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannno View Post


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    This kind of language about any sitting POTUS should never be accpetable in political discourse... let alone about one funded by one of the most successful globally respected business owners in Las Vegas and Macau.

    Winning by any means is not a worthwhile thing to pursue, the mayor is playing a troubling political game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enhanced_deficit View Post
    This kind of language about any sitting POTUS should never be accpetable in political discourse... let alone about one funded by one of the most successful globally respected business owners in Las Vegas and Macau.

    Winning by any means is not a worthwhile thing to pursue, the mayor is playing a troubling political game.
    So far all he is managing to do is waste a lot of money .

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    Whoa...burn.

    Sounds like Sheldon Cooper just pwnd Trump.


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    Maybe it is just me but the bloomturd thing seems like a joke . Midwest dems are not going to vote for the ny dick who opposes soda pop but thinks teenage abortion is the way to go. Gun grabber to boot .

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    Not a fan of Bloomberg, but his digs @ Trump are unique & funny so far imo

    Guess he has enough F* u $$$ & knows him enough to get down & dirty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Whoa...burn.

    Sounds like Sheldon Cooper just pwnd Trump.

    Sheldon Cooper can come up with way better insults.
    "Perhaps one of the most important accomplishments of my administration is minding my own business."

    Calvin Coolidge

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    Quote Originally Posted by oyarde View Post
    Maybe it is just me but the bloomturd thing seems like a joke . Midwest dems are not going to vote for the ny dick who opposes soda pop but thinks teenage abortion is the way to go. Gun grabber to boot .
    Ya think the Democratic's would have learned that lesson losing blue state Pennsylvaina in 16. Not gonna take away guns or coal/NG jobs in Pa.
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    Bloomberg has a hideous hermaphroditical character, which has neither the force and firmness of a man, nor the gentleness and sensibility of a woman.
    "I shall bring justice to Westeros. Every man shall reap what he has sown, from the highest lord to the lowest gutter rat. They have made my kingdom bleed, and I do not forget that."
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    Quote Originally Posted by oyarde View Post
    So far all he is managing to do is waste a lot of money .
    Hopefully his pockets are not as deep as MAGA wing's.

    Quote Originally Posted by sam1952 View Post
    Ya think the Democratic's would have learned that lesson losing blue state Pennsylvaina in 16. Not gonna take away guns or coal/NG jobs in Pa.
    To be fair, on 'take away guns' policy, both are probably on same page.



    Quote Originally Posted by Philhelm View Post
    Bloomberg has a hideous hermaphroditical character, which has neither the force and firmness of a man, nor the gentleness and sensibility of a woman.



    Mayor B may have been under the illusion that he's alpha too.
    We all now there is only one alpha in this photo.


    On a related note, he may have got the ideas of such ads from NYT and some recent meme makers.
    Caution, not confirmed if any of these photos were modified by media/meme artists:


    https://i.redd.it/g5k5qbydqtjy.jpg

    Trump To NYT Photographer: Your Photo Makes It Look Like I Have ‘Double Chin’!

    talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/trump-double-chin

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    GOP conservatives rising star and one of the leading 2024 Presidential propsects turns the tables on mayor B:

    Published 1 hour ago

    Donald Trump Jr. slams Mike Bloomberg's debate performance: 'You can't buy personality'

    By Charles Creitz | Fox News

    Trump Organization executive vice president Donald Trump, Jr. reacts to Michael Bloomberg and the Democratic debate.

    Donald Trump Jr. ripped former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg's performance in Wednesday night's Democratic debate, telling "Hannity" on Thursday that the 78-year-old media mogul dumped millions of dollars into his campaign for naught.
    "Mike Bloomberg can buy a lot, but you can't buy personality, Sean," the president's eldest son said in an interview at the site of his father's rally in Colorado Springs, Colo. "You can't buy wit.

    foxnews.com/media/donald-trump-jr-mike-bloomberg-democratic-debate

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    Bloomberg is done, he got lambasted in the debate if his fellow democrats can do that to him.....what will team Trump do to him.
    I actually think that of all the people on that stage Amy K would have the best chance to beat Trump at this point.
    Sanders is going to scare off the Boomer Reagan Blue Dog Democrats.
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    Clint Eastwood supported Trump in 2016 and now supports Bloomberg

    From other discussion.

    Quote:
    Did Trump's similar attacks against his opponents/Obama in 2016 not play well to GOP conservatives/family values base who usually tend to have more lofty values than Dems.

    Bloomberg could be trying to distinguish himself from other Dems likewise by appearing toughest candidate to take on Trump just as Trump did in 2016 by projecting himself as the toughest critic of Obama. While other politically less smart GOP candidates were relatively very soft on Obama, Trump had almost undivided focus to attack Obama using harshest language and called then sitting POTUS Obama "stupid", "founding father of ISIS" among other things.

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    Bloomberg has repeatedly announced plans to run for president, and has again in November 2019…
    That sounds really, really incredibly convincing doesn’t it?!? The owner, controller of a big media outlet isn’t able to expose the many scandals surrounding poor Donald, but instead sees only one way to get rid of President Trump, by running for president himself...


    Hundreds of celebrities and celebrities and power brokers attended the 2005 Florida wedding of Donald Trump to nude model Melania Knauss, including Mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Rudy Giuliani, Henry and Nancy Kissinger, Prince Albert of Monaco, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Harvey Weinstein, Abe Rosenthal and British Crown Prince Charles: http://archive.is/XBaSd


    Michael Bloomberg is also in Jeffrey Epstein’s little black book.
    See Tamara Mellon, Michael Bloomberg and Ghislaine Maxwell, New York, 1 October 2013.



    On 16 April 2012, Donald Trump tweeted:
    Mike Bloomberg is doing a great job as Mayor of New York City. Ray Kelly is a great Police Commissioner
    https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump/...92967206817792


    That isn’t so strange considering that Bloomberg personally defended Trump’s plan for a Bronx golf course, including $97 million from the city of New York (while Trump only put in $10 million), in January 2012.
    According to Geoffrey Croft of NYC Park Advocates, “It’s outrageous that the public is paying to build a championship golf course for Donald Trump. We will never make back our investment. You can’t make this stuff up”: https://newyork.cbslocal.com/2012/01...-donald-trump/


    None other than Ivanka Trump’s husband, Jared Kushner, has also taken advantage of a grant from then New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg for his real estate tech firm WiredScore, for which he sold his stake in 2017 (with a nice profit of course): http://archive.is/1FicT


    Bloomberg is also a friend of Donald’s and Jared’s good friend Rupert Murdoch, who tweeted that Bloomberg, is “Just a friend I admire”: https://twitter.com/rupertmurdoch/st...57520393097216


    Quote Originally Posted by enhanced_deficit View Post
    Michael Bloomberg wasn’t lying when he called himself “short”!
    In 2008, Bloomberg explained he wouldn’t run for president because a “short, Jewish, divorced billionaire” could not win: https://jewishjournal.com/columnist/...s-a-proud-jew/
    Do NOT ever read my posts. Google and Yahoo wouldn’t block them without a very good reason: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthr...he-world/page3

    Donald Trump, another puppet controlled by the international elite: https://www.lawfulpath.com/forum/vie...=1038&start=60

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firestarter View Post
    Bloomberg has repeatedly announced plans to run for president, and has again in November 2019…
    That sounds really, really incredibly convincing doesn’t it?!? The owner, controller of a big media outlet isn’t able to expose the many scandals surrounding poor Donald, but instead sees only one way to get rid of President Trump, by running for president himself...
    ..
    He may have been encouraged by Trump win in 2016 after all these past attempts.
    H/T TV guide:

    1987-1988: Trump considers a run for president, while simultaneously juggling large debts stemming from his purchase of the Taj Mahal casino.

    2000: Trump enters the presidential race as a Reform Party candidate and receives more than 15,000 votes in the party's California primary.
    2003-2004: Trump begins hosting the reality show The Apprentice on NBC, which he also executive-produces. He again mulls a run for president, but ultimately decides not to join the race.
    How to run for president, according to Donald Trump
    March 2011: A Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll shows Trump leading all presidential contenders, including Mitt Romney.
    April 2011: Amid more research polls indicating that he would be the preferred Republican presidential candidate among voters, Trump repeatedly calls for President Obama to release his long-form birth certificate, questioning whether Obama was actually born in the United States. (Obama eventually complies and releases the birth certificate.)

    May 2011: Trump officially announces that he will not run for president.

    February 2012: Trump endorses Republican candidate Mitt Romney for president.

    2013: Trump forms a presidential exploratory committee and, despite a strong backing from Republican voters, announces that he has no interest in running for governor of New York in 2014.
    February 2015: Trump decides not to renew his Apprentice contract, fueling speculation that he's mulling a run for president.
    June 2015: Trump formally announces that he's running for president in a speech delivered from Trump Tower in New York City. Almost immediately, corporations and individuals that have partnerships with Trump - including Macy's, NBC and Univision - begin to sever ties with the mogul because of disparaging comments he made about Mexicans in the speech announcing his candidacy.

    July 2015: Trump comes under fire after revealing Republican rival Lindsey Graham's phone number of live TV and criticizing John McCain for being a prisoner of war in Vietnam.
    (Disclosure: TV Guide is owned by CBS Interactive, a division of ViacomCBS.)


    tvguide.com/news/donald-trump-presidential-campaign-timeline/


    Also, Mayor B in that photo he seems to be stick-blocking future MAGA leader alongwith other former Mayor G, he might see himself as alpha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philhelm View Post
    Bloomberg has a hideous hermaphroditical character, which has neither the force and firmness of a man, nor the gentleness and sensibility of a woman.
    And who won that election? 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by enhanced_deficit View Post
    tvguide.com/news/donald-trump-presidential-campaign-timeline/
    I don't know if it's up to @dannno 's high standards, but there could be something important missing from that timeline...

    In Amsterdam some people put books in closets outside that you can take for free...
    I once saw a book “Fear: Trump in the White House” on President Donald by decorated journalist Bob Woodward who was made famous by Watergate – not worth the paper it was printed on (so I left the book there for the next to read).


    Bob Woodward describes a meeting in 2010 where Donald Trump is introduced to Steve Bannon by David Bossie. Bossie amongst others confronts Trump with the fact that he had donated much more to Demorats than to Republicons.
    Bannon advised Trump to be “the Tea Party candidate, against the ‘rigged system’ and elites, and hold up populism for the common man”.
    ‘If you’re going to run for president,’ Bossie said, ‘you have to know lots of little things and lots of big things.’ The little things were filing deadlines, the state rules for primaries — minutiae. ‘You have to know the policy side, and how to win delegates.’ But first, he said, ‘you need to understand the conservative movement.’
    Trump nodded. ‘You’ve got some problems on issues,’ Bossie said. ‘I don’t have any problems on issues,’ Trump said. ‘What are you talking about?’ First off, there’s never been a guy win a Republican primary that’s not pro-life,’ Bossie said. ‘And unfortunately, you’re very pro-choice.’

    ‘What does that mean?’
    ‘You have a record of giving to the abortion guys, the pro-choice candidates. You’ve made statements. You’ve got to be pro-life, against abortion.’
    ‘I’m against abortion,’ Trump said. ‘I’m pro-life.’
    ‘Well, you’ve got a track record.’ ‘That can be fixed,’ Trump said. ‘You just tell me how to fix that. I’m — what do you call it? Pro-life. I’m pro-life, I’m telling you.’
    (...)
    An hour into the meeting, Bossie said, ‘We have another big issue.’ ‘What’s that?’ Trump asked, seeming a little more wary. ‘Well,’ he said, ‘80 percent of the donations that you’ve given have been to Democrats.’ To Bossie that was Trump’s biggest political liability, though he didn’t say so.
    ‘That’s bull$#@!!’ ‘There’s public records,’ Bossie said. ‘There’s records of that?’ Trump said in utter astonishment. ‘Every donation you’ve ever given.’ Public disclosure of all political giving was standard. ‘I’m always even,’ Trump said. He divided his donations to candidates from both parties, he said. ‘You actually give quite a bit. But it’s 80 percent Democratic. Chicago, Atlantic City . . .’

    ‘I’ve got to do that,’ Trump said. ‘All these $#@!ing Democrats run all the cities. You’ve got to build hotels. You’ve got to grease them. Those are people who came to me … I can be the nominee,’ Trump said. ‘I can beat these guys. I don’t care who they are. I got this. I can take care of these other things.’ Each position could be revisited, renegotiated. ‘I’m pro-life,’ Trump said. ‘I’m going to start.’
    http://web.archive.org/web/20181122072546/https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/opinion/books/the-president-in-his-crazytown/article25021780.ece
    Do NOT ever read my posts. Google and Yahoo wouldn’t block them without a very good reason: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthr...he-world/page3

    Donald Trump, another puppet controlled by the international elite: https://www.lawfulpath.com/forum/vie...=1038&start=60



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    Quote Originally Posted by Firestarter View Post
    I don't know if it's up to @dannno 's high standards, but there could be something important missing from that timeline...

    In Amsterdam some people put books in closets outside that you can take for free...
    I once saw a book “Fear: Trump in the White House” on President Donald by decorated journalist Bob Woodward who was made famous by Watergate – not worth the paper it was printed on (so I left the book there for the next to read).


    Bob Woodward describes a meeting in 2010 where Donald Trump is introduced to Steve Bannon by David Bossie. Bossie amongst others confronts Trump with the fact that he had donated much more to Demorats than to Republicons.
    Bannon advised Trump to be “the Tea Party candidate, against the ‘rigged system’ and elites, and hold up populism for the common man”.
    http://web.archive.org/web/201811220...le25021780.ece
    LOL would let danno decide that.

    But yea he had had ambitions going back decades. Good ol Bannon was a force, it was stunnig how he was kicked out alongwith Sessions by MAGA insiders.



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