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Leon On September 25, 2021




San Diego, California
#271New Post! Jul 02, 2021 @ 13:22:43
@Na Said

Jordan Peterson (not a politician, not a spokesperson from the GOP) was on a discussion panel some time back:

Moderator "If a young person believes that the climate .. the global warming problem on the climate is something that needs to be tackled quickly and they can't wait until they grow up and become Prime Ministers to do it; do you think collective responsibility overrides individual responsibility in a huge issue like that?"

Jordan Peterson "No (ok) I don't, I think that generally, people have things that are more within their personal purview, that are more difficult to deal with and that they are avoiding. And that generally, the way they avoid them is by adopting pseudo moralistic stances on large scale social issues, so that they look good to their friends and their neighbors, that's what it looks like."

Biden (not my president thanks) gives each undereducated, entitled, pink-haired Child of God the justification to run riot with the knowledge that "yeah- my relationship with my parents has disintegrated and I have no marketable skills and I "peacefully protest" with only a small amount of collateral damage ---but I believe the man when he says we're facing an existential threat with man-made Climate Change."


I promise you that none of these precious souls have ever been spanked, do not make their beds in the morning, and don't know the meaning of the words "sir" or "ma'am."

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Indeed, I’m fully aware of the GOP’s hatred for the other side as their sole focus in their disregard for sound policy, science, etc. it’s been that way since Obama, albeit worsening since.

I want to thank you for finally illustrating in here so vividly what the GOP is really all about.

/thread
Na On about 5 hours ago




, Florida
#272New Post! Jul 03, 2021 @ 07:34:42
America first!

Listen to the lady!

Thank you POTUS44 for sending her uncle to a watery grave.
rosexthorn On August 31, 2021




Winnipeg, Canada
#273New Post! Jul 03, 2021 @ 22:24:27
Back to topic:

What does a Republican Party stand for today?

MONEY
POWER
RACISM
APATHETIC
LIES
DENIAL
LUNACY
AND: MANY MORE NON-COMPLIMENTARY WORDS!

I'm not saying any political group is snow white by any stretch of the imagination but they are from MARS!
Na On about 5 hours ago




, Florida
#274New Post! Jul 04, 2021 @ 07:46:36
@rosexthorn Said

Back to topic:

What does a Republican Party stand for today?

MONEY
POWER
RACISM
APATHETIC
LIES
DENIAL
LUNACY
AND: MANY MORE NON-COMPLIMENTARY WORDS!

I'm not saying any political group is snow white by any stretch of the imagination but they are from MARS!


But how is it possible for the GOP to be in search of power and be apathetic at the same time?

Is this a paradox?
Na On about 5 hours ago




, Florida
#275New Post! Jul 04, 2021 @ 11:54:03
Happy Independence Day

In response to the burning question "What does the Republican Party stand for?" I am submitting a link for a great sermon given by D J Kennedy of Florida.

The United States is crumbling from within--at least the system of laws put in place and the type of civil society we all enjoy.

Best to get a handle on this today if you want to recognize the disease we are plagued with.





Do your part today! Stop being a degenerate and stop wasting your time!
Na On about 5 hours ago




, Florida
#276New Post! Jul 05, 2021 @ 16:24:00
What does the Republican Party stand for?

Maybe I already said it but it bears repeating especially now:


Law and Order! (not the television show but maybe I just don't watch television)

Today I saw a short video clip on youtube which is showcasing the White House strategy to disown "Defund the Police" or somehow project that as a Republican idea.

There is a mountain of news from 2020 through now about leftists calling for Defunding the Police. Violent crime is spiking in blue cities and they can't do anything about it.

So, since their messaging of "Defund the Police" floats like a lead balloon, best let's attribute that stinker to the GOP! (Like the KKK!)
Darkman666 On about 11 hours ago




Saint Louis, Missouri
#277New Post! Jul 05, 2021 @ 17:10:45
missouri was one of the worst states that have more anti vaccicers in rural areas. in st louis city is 6th best city and st. louis country is 2rd city. health officals are not said, implying that two city above, that blacks are making excuses not getting the vaccations. rural areas are the most of missouri are the biggest reason not getting vaccations. basily, look like redneck republicans not getting it. missouri usually vote repulbican almost all elections, not they might be still loyal to trump that nonsense with 2020 election, not get vaccation. missouri are simply stupid and lazy, and lack of accessable vaccation sites to go, which the state and local goverment fault.

missouri is 29%, now 1 state with worst record of lack of vaccations. the highest average of most missouri countries is 40's that been vaccatinated.

st. louis just issused on thursday advistory that delta variant. people, who is fulled, are safe. public health ask, even vaccatinated people, in reccommend that wear masks in public places. 1 out of 3 unvaccated person might have.

most stores right now, are not forced their customers to wear a mask or not. they are keep the same notice on the front door saying been having for months, that you are vaccated, you don't wear a mask. if are unvaccated wear a mask.

this advistory is not from the national cdc, or, not faucci, or national who, from jefferson city, is no. 1 worst city in missouri that most cases in the state.

st. louis city and country, you figure that would canelled all fourth celebrations yesterday, that were about 20 of them. the largest firework of all was downstown. that they didn't. what a surprise!
Na On about 5 hours ago




, Florida
#278New Post! Jul 05, 2021 @ 18:41:58
@Darkman666 Said

missouri was one of the worst states that have more anti vaccicers in rural areas. in st louis city is 6th best city and st. louis country is 2rd city. health officals are not said, implying that two city above, that blacks are making excuses not getting the vaccations. rural areas are the most of missouri are the biggest reason not getting vaccations. basily, look like redneck republicans not getting it. missouri usually vote repulbican almost all elections, not they might be still loyal to trump that nonsense with 2020 election, not get vaccation. missouri are simply stupid and lazy, and lack of accessable vaccation sites to go, which the state and local goverment fault.

missouri is 29%, now 1 state with worst record of lack of vaccations. the highest average of most missouri countries is 40's that been vaccatinated.

st. louis just issused on thursday advistory that delta variant. people, who is fulled, are safe. public health ask, even vaccatinated people, in reccommend that wear masks in public places. 1 out of 3 unvaccated person might have.

most stores right now, are not forced their customers to wear a mask or not. they are keep the same notice on the front door saying been having for months, that you are vaccated, you don't wear a mask. if are unvaccated wear a mask.

this advistory is not from the national cdc, or, not faucci, or national who, from jefferson city, is no. 1 worst city in missouri that most cases in the state.

st. louis city and country, you figure that would canelled all fourth celebrations yesterday, that were about 20 of them. the largest firework of all was downstown. that they didn't. what a surprise!



Yeah, well . . . those who don't get vaccinated take their chances. Most people won't get sick and those who do likely won't die. If you're scared, get vaccinated and wear a mask and stay in bed. They do what they want and you do what you want. Win win.
mrmhead On about 12 hours ago




NE, Ohio
#279New Post! Jul 05, 2021 @ 20:42:16
@Na Said

Yeah, well . . . those who don't get vaccinated take their chances. Most people won't get sick and those who do likely won't die. If you're scared, get vaccinated and wear a mask and stay in bed. They do what they want and you do what you want. Win win.



me me me me me me

If you don't get vaccinated, don't come dying to the emergency room. You made your bed, you sleep in it!

Leave the ER and hospital beds for those that have real emergencies not of their own doing!
chaski On about 10 hours ago
Stalker





Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#280New Post! Jul 05, 2021 @ 23:42:40
@mrmhead Said

me me me me me me

If you don't get vaccinated, don't come dying to the emergency room. You made your bed, you sleep in it!

Leave the ER and hospital beds for those that have real emergencies not of their own doing!



I feel the same way about the stimulus checks.

A few 21st Century Republicans I know were complaining that "...the whole thing is leftist communist socialist bulls***!"

So I said, "So when you get your check are you going to rip it up or send it back right?"

They answered,

So I said, "I'm with you... I think these checks are leftist communist socialist bulls***! I gave mine to charity. Are you guys with me? You'll give your checks to charity, or maybe the church of your choice?"

They answered,

>>> hypocrites <<<


PS
I actually did give mine to charity. I don't/didn't need them... and didn't ask for them... so gave them to charity.

I wonder if any of the conservatives, republicans, Trump supporters on TFS gave their stimulus checks to a charity or their church...



Of course I don't wonder very much as the answer is most likely...

chaski On about 10 hours ago
Stalker





Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#281New Post! Jul 06, 2021 @ 01:17:32
Trump at the recent rally in Sarasota, Florida:

"If you say it enough and keep saying it, they'll start to believe you."

And

"I play to people's fantasies," he wrote in "The Art of the Deal." "People want to believe that something is the biggest and the greatest and the most spectacular. I call it truthful hyperbole."

You poor poor Trump fans... he even tells you he's lying to you, but you still believe him.

Na On about 5 hours ago




, Florida
#282New Post! Jul 10, 2021 @ 10:18:06
The girl that I marry will have to be as soft and as pink as a nursery. The girl I call my own will wear satins and laces and smell of cologne.


Hey! Wait a minute!!

Pretty sure Irving Berlin meant "perfume."

By the way sports fans, CPAC is about to kick off in Texas . . . IF you really want to know what the Republican Party stands for. You should let them describe themselves in their own words and believe them.
mrmhead On about 12 hours ago




NE, Ohio
#283New Post! Jul 11, 2021 @ 12:42:37
@Na Said


By the way sports fans, CPAC is about to kick off in Texas . . . IF you really want to know what the Republican Party stands for. You should let them describe themselves in their own words and believe them.


Got that right:

the Conservative Political Action Conference this weekend reaffirmed once again that the core activists of the Republican Party have no intention of moving on from Trump or the false claims he has trumpeted that the 2020 election was fraudulent, even though there is no evidence of widespread voting fraud in last year's contest.

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, who will speak Sunday before Trump, mentioned the former president within the first two minutes of her last CPAC speech and has her head so far up his a** that GOP voters often say they'd like to see her as his No. 2.
Leon On September 25, 2021




San Diego, California
#284New Post! Jul 11, 2021 @ 18:44:02
@Na Said


By the way sports fans, CPAC is about to kick off in Texas . . . IF you really want to know what the Republican Party stands for. You should let them describe themselves in their own words and believe them.



Pretty sure it’s going to be more about Trump than any real meaningful policy. It’s been that way since 2018.

And I couldn’t be happier. He’s been the reason the GOP has been bleeding voters. Keep it up. It will be nothing but zealots by the time they are sucking each other’s d***s.

Also, speaking of which, your religion has been profusely bleeding members for the last several years, especially in the younger generations. Don’t believe me? Look it up.

Goes hand in hand I guess. In a religion once about Jesus, every non-believer now sees it as a religion of right wing zealots married to the GOP. There is now zero incentive for non-believers to join, even if the correlation is a misconception.

Your church is doing irreparable damage to His image. You ought to be ashamed of yourselves.
Na On about 5 hours ago




, Florida
#285New Post! Jul 12, 2021 @ 21:15:09
@Leon Said

Pretty sure it’s going to be more about Trump than any real meaningful policy. It’s been that way since 2018.

And I couldn’t be happier. He’s been the reason the GOP has been bleeding voters. Keep it up. It will be nothing but zealots by the time they are sucking each other’s d***s.

Also, speaking of which, your religion has been profusely bleeding members for the last several years, especially in the younger generations. Don’t believe me? Look it up.

Goes hand in hand I guess. In a religion once about Jesus, every non-believer now sees it as a religion of right wing zealots married to the GOP. There is now zero incentive for non-believers to join, even if the correlation is a misconception.

Your church is doing irreparable damage to His image. You ought to be ashamed of yourselves.


And you ought to be in pictures!
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