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Old 17-07-2017, 15:16   #1786
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Re: U.S President: Donald Trump

Lately the press seems to be all about creating division in the UK setting one group against others and too many people are falling for it and blindly allowing themselves to be used. Trump is not a brilliant president hell at this point he's not even a good president but he is the president of the country that has been our closest ally for decades and should be extended the courtesy we have extended to other leaders in the past.
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Old 17-07-2017, 18:41   #1787
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trump is not going to visit if thousands of hate peddling scruffy libtards are on the streets spoiling his visit for the millions who want him to come , once the government stop these vile hate filled morons we will get a visit , a visiting head of state should be treated with respect especially the head of our closest ally .
Spot on. They need hosing down with a good water cannon. A good bath will do 'em good. Millions of us want to welcome the President and the pierced, tattooed layabouts are spoiling things for decent people.
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Old 17-07-2017, 18:47   #1788
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Spot on. They need hosing down with a good water cannon. A good bath will do 'em good. Millions of us want to welcome the President and the pierced, tattooed layabouts are spoiling things for decent people.
a good hosing down with cs gas spray followed by a crack round the jaw with a police baton and a nice stay in prison in the weirdo wing .
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Lately the press seems to be all about creating division in the UK setting one group against others and too many people are falling for it and blindly allowing themselves to be used. Trump is not a brilliant president hell at this point he's not even a good president but he is the president of the country that has been our closest ally for decades and should be extended the courtesy we have extended to other leaders in the past.
The courtesy has been extended to Trump. He's just not chosen to accept it yet unlike the courtesy extended by Belgium, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Palestine, Poland, Saudi Arabia Vatican City and the West Bank. He should be coming next year though.
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Old 18-07-2017, 12:44   #1790
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Voters who live in the heartland and outside the New York-D.C. media bubbles do not care about the legacy media’s obsession with Russia.

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An Iowa radio news director emailed CNN media reporter Brian Stelter, out of all people, on Thursday to tell him that conservatives in his state are “very angry” at the legacy press because they think the media are using Russia stories to “oust” and delegitimize President Donald Trump
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Old 18-07-2017, 15:59   #1791
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Putin And Trump Tell G20 Leaders ‘NWO Is Finished’ Right To Their Faces

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During this photo-op between Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump, Putin couldn’t help letting his feelings be known about the globalist leaders gathered at the G20. A woman in the crowd asked Putin if he was smiling because he genuinely likes Donald Trump; Putin kept smiling but said, “I am smiling because the New World Order is finished.”
http://yournewswire.com/patin-trump-...w-world-order/

They're not quite right, as at some point in the future there will be a world leader.


And for those who didn't know, the current Pope supports the NWO.

Pope Francis: World Government Must Rule U.S. ‘For Their Own Good’

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Pope Francis told the Italian newspaper La Repubblica that the United States of America has “a distorted vision of the world” and Americans must be ruled by a world government, as soon as possible, “for their own good.”
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I'm guessing the Pope wouldn't have voted for Brexit.
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Shut it, Sadiq, you petty little pipsqueak - Britain should be rolling out the royal red carpet to President Trump, not treating him like the world’s worst monster

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Re: U.S President: Donald Trump

The healthcare bill has failed again, this time in the senate: http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/mccon...es_bsq_related

Two senators came out against it so they just don't have the numbers. They're now going to try repealing Obamacare without a replacement but that might be hard to pass as well, senators don't want to go back to their states with lots of people having lost healthcare.
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Old 18-07-2017, 21:35   #1794
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The healthcare bill has failed again, this time in the senate: http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/mccon...es_bsq_related

Two senators came out against it so they just don't have the numbers. They're now going to try repealing Obamacare without a replacement but that might be hard to pass as well, senators don't want to go back to their states with lots of people having lost healthcare.
Another to the list of non-achievements chalked up by Trump. Yet, I can't imagine he's too bothered! He's sufficiently astute to know that US healthcare is a poisoned chalice whatever view you take; if there was a perfect solution it would be in place by now. And sadly for the US, he fell for Putin's spider's web so is now entangled in the inevitable investigations and ramifications of this folly.
Despite Trump's lack of regret, the traditional Republicans won't be happy with one of their pet hates living on despite their majorities in both houses.
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Shut it, Sadiq, you petty little pipsqueak - Britain should be rolling out the royal red carpet to President Trump, not treating him like the world’s worst monster

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As much as I dislike khan I don't blame him for being vocal, the donald would've banned him from America according to his campaign and told lies about what khan said during a terrorist atrocity, stay classy donald
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As much as I dislike khan I don't blame him for being vocal, the donald would've banned him from America according to his campaign and told lies about what khan said during a terrorist atrocity, stay classy donald
It saddens me the number of people here who criticise Obama for advocating we stay in the EU but turn a deaf ear to Trump when he lies about Sadiq Kahn at a time of the country's greatest need, ie after a terrorist attack.
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It saddens me the number of people here who criticise Obama for advocating we stay in the EU but turn a deaf ear to Trump when he lies about Sadiq Kahn at a time of the country's greatest need, ie after a terrorist attack.
You will have to stay sad I'm afraid. Not sure why you're comparing two sets of pricks either (Obama and Khan).

Khan should have remembered to shut up when he mouthed off when he was in America, saying a stupid thing when it was thought New York was suffering another atrocity, saying living in a city, terrorist attacks are part and parcel of life.

But Khan is a prick for sure, worst London mayor ever and I never thought anyone could beat Livingston, to win this title.
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You will have to stay sad I'm afraid. Not sure why you're comparing two sets of pricks either (Obama and Khan).

Khan should have remembered to shut up when he mouthed off when he was in America, saying a stupid thing when it was thought New York was suffering another atrocity, saying living in a city, terrorist attacks are part and parcel of life.

But Khan is a prick for sure, worst London mayor ever and I never thought anyone could beat Livingston, to win this title.
They're sadly part of the lives of those of us who live and work in cities but they won't stop us from living our lives. That's been a fact of life since the days of the IRA in the UK and terrorist attacks are not unique to the UK and US.
Those who condemn both Trump and Obama for their comments get points for consistency. Those who just condemn Obama and not Trump when he misquoted Kahn just look totally political as all polticians in the UK sensibly condemned Trump's remarks, regardless of party.

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They're sadly part of the lives of those of us who live and work in cities but they won't stop us from living our lives. That's been a fact of life since the days of the IRA in the UK and terrorist attacks are not unique to the UK and US.
Those who condemn both Trump and Obama for their comments get points for consistency. Those who just condemn Obama and not Trump when he misquoted Kahn just look bad as all polticians in the UK condemned Trump's remarks regardless of party.
You do have a selective memory.

According to your weird scoring rules, I do get full points http://www.cableforum.co.uk/board/sh...postcount=1580
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You do have a selective memory.

According to your weird scoring rules, I do get full points http://www.cableforum.co.uk/board/sh...postcount=1580
Whilst this is not about you or I would have said so, I am happy to give you points for consistency.
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