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Na On about 4 hours ago




, Florida
#286New Post! Jul 13, 2021 @ 07:06:26
Take-away from CPAC: 45 has not officially put his name in the hat as candidate for the GOP race 2024.

And, it depends on the word "meaning." We should all be happy to hear that Mr Trump is filing suit against big tech. The goal here is to preserve unpopular and political speech. The major social media platforms feel it best on behalf of their users to deny their usage, based on certain opinions. They're acting like publishers vs media platform.

People who once stated they believed in free speech and defended unpopular opinion makers their right to make those opinions are mysteriously silent. POTUS46 has lost his nerve on this and this is very very troubling.

Of course, the founding documents of the United States state that our protected right to assembly, religion, and press are given to us by our Creator. So, how can we even recognize the first amendment when we deny the source of the right.

Your Bible says: " . . . Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature." ---unless Facebook/Twitter don't want you to
Na On about 4 hours ago




, Florida
#287New Post! Jul 14, 2021 @ 07:21:00
We're going to hang out the washing on the Siegfried Line. Have you any dirty washing, mother dear?


(complimentary gender role reminder thanks to the music writers of the Greatest Generation)

As it says in Genesis 5:2 "male and female he created them . . . ."

But then Bruce Jenner shows up at CPAC.

C'mon man!!!
Na On about 4 hours ago




, Florida
#288New Post! Jul 14, 2021 @ 13:33:32
What do Republicans stand for?

Open and free elections! Make every vote count and encourage maximum participation from qualified voters (women too, I suppose)

In light of recent political statements, a spotlight should be shined upon rural communities as we sometimes struggle with technology ---photocopiers and bottle openers that sorta thing

One time I was open-mouth kissin Cousin Freeda (calm down that's just what we named the mule) and mama told me to stop that mess so I could fetch a nail for the radio. It took me all day to pry that thing out of my foot and mama was about to miss Ole Tymee Gospel Hour!

Anyhow, ya'll want to to photocopy my ID, I'm gon need plenty of wax pencils and butcher paper. I'm really artsy so I know I can git r dun.
chaski On about 9 hours ago
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Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#289New Post! Jul 14, 2021 @ 15:31:34
@Na Said

What do Republicans stand for?

Open and free elections! Make every vote count and encourage maximum participation from qualified voters…





Sure they do.

And the winner of the dumbest post of the year goes to…,

mrmhead On about 10 hours ago




NE, Ohio
#290New Post! Jul 15, 2021 @ 00:51:01
Four Seasons Total Landscaping

...post-election Nov. 7 press conference staged by Donald Trump’s attorney at the time, Rudy Giuliani, at Philadelphia’s Four Seasons — no, not the hotel, but Four Seasons Total Landscaping, located in an industrial parking lot right next to the Fantasy Island adult bookstore and Delaware Valley Cremation.

“Ever since I saw my personal hero Rudy Giuliani humiliate himself for the good of the nation at Four Seasons Total Landscaping, I knew I wanted to go there and follow in his footsteps, then shop at the porn store, and eventually move off this mortal coil by being burned at the neighboring crematorium,”
Na On about 4 hours ago




, Florida
#291New Post! Jul 15, 2021 @ 07:38:55
And yet, Leon is right. Religious Creedalism, having an outward appearance of godliness (nationalism/Trump worship) is ultimately futile. So says the Word of God 3:5

"Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away."

So, yes Mr Trump has been a champion for religious expression, but he is just a man (a fallible, arrogant man).

My recommendation is that we simply show gratitude to Mr Trump for the good works he did as president and disavow the Church of Trump-- (is that even a thing?)...

So, we must all believe on the Lord Jesus and repent of sin if we are to enter in to Eternal Life.

Happy Thursday!
mrmhead On about 10 hours ago




NE, Ohio
#292New Post! Jul 15, 2021 @ 11:47:24
@Na Said

My recommendation is that we simply show gratitude to Mr Trump for the good works he did as president and disavow the Church of Trump-- (is that even a thing?)...



The best thing trump did was leave. And even that was marred.
chaski On about 9 hours ago
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Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#293New Post! Jul 15, 2021 @ 14:01:24


The key meeting took place on 22 January 2016, the papers suggest, with the Russian president, his spy chiefs and senior ministers all present.

They agreed a Trump White House would help secure Moscow’s strategic objectives, among them “social turmoil” in the US and a weakening of the American president’s negotiating position.

Russia’s three spy agencies were ordered to find practical ways to support Trump, in a decree appearing to bear Putin’s signature.

By this point Trump was the frontrunner in the Republican party’s nomination race. A report prepared by Putin’s expert department recommended Moscow use “all possible force” to ensure a Trump victory
4d4m On about 4 hours ago




4dforum.org,
#294New Post! Jul 17, 2021 @ 06:05:44
None of our presidents since Putin got into office (2000) have been willing to step on his toes.
this includes
Russian annexation of South Osetta and Abkhazia Georgia in 2008
Russian Annexation of the Crimea and Odessa in 2014
The revolution in Syria which we have mostly backed out of

If you'll notice the timing of the first two events, he may have been waiting for permission so the inaction would be blamed on a certain president.
Na On about 4 hours ago




, Florida
#295New Post! Jul 17, 2021 @ 08:00:39
@4d4m Said

None of our presidents since Putin got into office (2000) have been willing to step on his toes.
this includes
Russian annexation of South Osetta and Abkhazia Georgia in 2008
Russian Annexation of the Crimea and Odessa in 2014
The revolution in Syria which we have mostly backed out of

If you'll notice the timing of the first two events, he may have been waiting for permission so the inaction would be blamed on a certain president.


True. Putin has the stones.

The US pays bullies/thugs to be nicer.
Na On about 4 hours ago




, Florida
#296New Post! Jul 17, 2021 @ 08:52:24
What does the Republican Party stand for?

The Republican Party must always rightly divide facts and adhere to the truth.

Roe V Wade was decided upon an understanding that we just cannot know what is inside the mother. Science is catching up with the Pro-Life movement as many can clearly see the unborn baby inside the mama. Let's all work to create a culture of life and to cling to what is true and good.
Na On about 4 hours ago




, Florida
#297New Post! Jul 18, 2021 @ 07:22:17
Happy Sunday 07.18.2021

Projecting my hopes and dreams upon the Republican Party:

1. It is an actual fact that the most susceptible age bracket for COVID death is the 80year and over. Even they have a 92.15% chance of not dying from the disease.

With that no US governmental entity should pursue any course of policy that doesn't encourage its citizens to return to "normal" lives. The governor of Florida has it right.


2. The White House is encouraging censorship by banning people on social networks for spreading "disinformation." They're encouraging this to be unilateral.

This is hideous.

You are scared of other people's ideas to such an extent that you want to disappear them from any online presence.

Shame on you Joe Biden!


mrmhead On about 10 hours ago




NE, Ohio
#298New Post! Jul 18, 2021 @ 12:46:52
You just don't get it.

Cling to your bits of facts while ignoring the big picture.
chaski On about 9 hours ago
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Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#299New Post! Jul 18, 2021 @ 18:50:24
@Na Said

Happy Sunday 07.18.2021

Projecting my hopes and dreams upon the Republican Party:

1. It is an actual fact that the most susceptible age bracket for COVID death is the 80year and over. Even they have a 92.15% chance of not dying from the disease.

With that no US governmental entity should pursue any course of policy that doesn't encourage its citizens to return to "normal" lives. The governor of Florida has it right.


2. The White House is encouraging censorship by banning people on social networks for spreading "disinformation." They're encouraging this to be unilateral.

This is hideous.

You are scared of other people's ideas to such an extent that you want to disappear them from any online presence.

Shame on you Joe Biden!





Meanwhile Tump lovers are complaining that SNL isn’t a safe place for them.




Darkman666 On about 10 hours ago




Saint Louis, Missouri
#300New Post! Jul 18, 2021 @ 20:05:07
@chaski Said

Meanwhile Tump lovers are complaining that SNL isn’t a safe place for them.







no, s***, it is just a tv show! i guess they never heard of tv, they loyal to bozo the clown, he had his own tv show. go fig!
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