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Old 18th July 2018, 09:35 AM   #121
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I believe Jon Stewart had a name for Trump: **** Face Von Clownstick
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Old 18th July 2018, 09:44 AM   #122
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- Tweeter Twit
- Putin's Mini Me
- Tangerine Scream
- Orange-u-tan
- Wet Nappy
- Whiner-In-Chief
- Baby Pootus
- Me Me Me-ssolini


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Old 18th July 2018, 09:46 AM   #123
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Originally Posted by acbytesla View Post
I agree with Upchurch. There is ABSOLUTELY nothing homophobic about it.
Then both of you are wrong.

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I DONT care what two consenting adults together. Whatever gets your freak on is ok by me. As long as it doesn't hurt ...well hurt me. You can hurt each other if that is your thing.
Yeah, except you want them to stay in their place and not be president. Anything else you don't want them doing? Can they be elected to Congress? If so, then why exclude them from the presidency?
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Old 18th July 2018, 09:48 AM   #124
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Originally Posted by AnonyMoose View Post
- Tweeter Twit
- Putin's Mini Me
- Tangerine Scream
- Orange-u-tan
- Wet Nappy
- Whiner-In-Chief
- Baby Pootus
- Me Me Me-ssolini


I have a fresh new box of crayons sitting in front of me... I could do this all day long.
Those are some good ones.
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Old 18th July 2018, 10:00 AM   #125
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Gropenfuhrer.

I'm definitely stealing that one.

Laughed out loud when I saw it.
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Old 18th July 2018, 10:01 AM   #126
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Yeah, except you want them to stay in their place and not be president. Anything else you don't want them doing? Can they be elected to Congress? If so, then why exclude them from the presidency?
Nope. I dont care if they become President or Congress critters or Supreme Court Justices. I absolutely don't care. Barney Frank would have received my vote every election.

I do care that the President of the United States is on all fours when meeting meeting with the Russian President. I do care that he met alone with the Russian President for two hours and then sided with Vlad instead of the US intelligence community.

That says very clearly that one person is dominated by the other. The homosexual community would say that Putin is the pitcher in this relationship. Not just me.
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Old 18th July 2018, 10:01 AM   #127
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Originally Posted by Upchurch View Post
PEETUS?
Ooh yeah!
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Old 18th July 2018, 10:02 AM   #128
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Frankly I am not one who uses sexual metaphors to describe others, but those who do so to suggest Putin is dominant over Trump are not necessarily homophobic. The core of the intended insult is the demeaning unequal nature of the relationship, not necessarily the fact that both participants are men. It could be just as much an insult in the context of a straight relationship. e.g. "PM May came to power through Russia's Brexit campaign and now is just Putin's little b---h."

Having said that of course I have no idea what is actually in the minds of the people using these metaphor.
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Old 18th July 2018, 10:08 AM   #129
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Frankly I am not one who uses sexual metaphors to describe others, but those who do so to suggest Putin is dominant over Trump are not necessarily homophobic. The core of the intended insult is the demeaning unequal nature of the relationship, not necessarily the fact that both participants are men. It could be just as much an insult in the context of a straight relationship. e.g. "PM May came to power through Russia's Brexit campaign and now is just Putin's little b---h."

Having said that of course I have no idea what is actually in the minds of the people using these metaphor.
The example you just gave was misogynistic as hell.

C'mon folks, this ain't that difficult.
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Old 18th July 2018, 10:09 AM   #130
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Meh.

It's just their way of throwing straw around the room in a desperate hope of trying to deflect the thread subject into a completely different direction.

Luckily for most us, we have functioning brain cells to help veer us away from taking the bait.
No, it's not. I loathe Trump, but I think the continual disparagement of those who choose to be bottoms is distasteful.

Different folks, different strokes. These insults suggest that some folks are lesser because of their sexual preferences.
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Old 18th July 2018, 10:11 AM   #131
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I agree with Upchurch. There is ABSOLUTELY nothing homophobic about it. I DONT care what two consenting adults together. Whatever gets your freak on is ok by me. As long as it doesn't hurt ...well hurt me. You can hurt each other if that is your thing.

But I do care that Putin and Trump's master slave relationship has geopolitical ramifications that effects the rest of us. I care very much that the President of the United States is weak and submissive with the Russian President. I care very much Trump is Putin's bottom to Vlad's top.

If one has a problem with this insinuation, well I guess they need to develop a sense of humor and pay attention to the weak pathetic obsequious performance of Trump in Helsinki. It was damn embarrassing.
The master-slave relationship would do.
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Old 18th July 2018, 10:12 AM   #132
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Originally Posted by Giordano View Post
Frankly I am not one who uses sexual metaphors to describe others, but those who do so to suggest Putin is dominant over Trump are not necessarily homophobic. The core of the intended insult is the demeaning unequal nature of the relationship, not necessarily the fact that both participants are men. It could be just as much an insult in the context of a straight relationship. e.g. "PM May came to power through Russia's Brexit campaign and now is just Putin's little b---h."

Having said that of course I have no idea what is actually in the minds of the people using these metaphor.

But abcbytesla said he didn't want subs to be President. No hint of metaphor in that statement.
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But abcbytesla said he didn't want subs to be President. No hint of metaphor in that statement.
Surely that was metaphor.
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No, it's not. I loathe Trump, but I think the continual disparagement of those who choose to be bottoms is distasteful.

Different folks, different strokes. These insults suggest that some folks are lesser because of their sexual preferences.
Now that I fully agree with. It is an insult to certain people's preferences in sexual practices, not to their preferences in sexual partners.
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Old 18th July 2018, 10:18 AM   #135
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Surely that was metaphor.
He might have meant sub sandwiches or submarines.
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Old 18th July 2018, 10:22 AM   #136
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I do care that the President of the United States is on all fours when meeting meeting with the Russian President. I do care that he met alone with the Russian President for two hours and then sided with Vlad instead of the US intelligence community.

That says very clearly that one person is dominated by the other. The homosexual community would say that Putin is the pitcher in this relationship. Not just me.
Since your comment implies that you witnessed the meeting and were privy to the discussions that took place, can you elaborate so the rest of the forum can better understand your POV?
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It's not homophobic, it's just how to pick insults.

If you perceive someone whom you don't like to be bragging about his heterosexual exploits, then to accuse him of engaging in homosexual activities would be most likely to arouse his anger, which would be the point of the insult.

Has nothing to do with fear of the gays
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Surely that was metaphor.

Didn't sound like it to me. But he said something later that indicates it may have just been poor wording. I'm really not sure what he meant right now.
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POOTUS ?
PUTIS.
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Since your comment implies that you witnessed the meeting and were privy to the discussions that took place, can you elaborate so the rest of the forum can better understand your POV?
I of course didn't witness the meeting. Only the effect of the meeting.

Trump allowed Russia and Putin to dominate him and in turn the USA.
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I of course didn't witness the meeting. Only the effect of the meeting.

Trump allowed Russia and Putin to dominate him and in turn the USA.
Well, you said Trump was on all fours. Since that wasn't in any of the transcripts I saw, I could only assume you were a high level government employee who actually attended the summit, perhaps as an interpreter.
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I of course didn't witness the meeting. Only the effect of the meeting.

Trump allowed Russia and Putin to dominate him and in turn the USA.
I guess the concept of metaphors and idioms are unfamiliar to you.
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Benedict Donald.
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Benedict Donald.
Yeah, I gotta say, this one is winning me over.
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Benedict Donald.
Originally Posted by Upchurch View Post
Yeah, I gotta say, this one is winning me over.
Yea, I like that one too. A lot. Very Good.
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Yea, I like that one too. A lot. Very Good.
I do think it's a bit cleverer then "Traitor Trump".

Though Trump makes Arnold look like a amateur;Arnold just wanted to sell the Fortress at West Point to the British;Trump wants to sell the whole country.
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I guess the concept of metaphors and idioms are unfamiliar to you.
That isn't how you framed your comment.
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I do think it's a bit cleverer then "Traitor Trump".

Though Trump makes Arnold look like a amateur;Arnold just wanted to sell the Fortress at West Point to the British;Trump wants to sell the whole country.
True.
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That isn't how you framed your comment.
You mean you thought I was being literal? Do you think I meant that Donald was on all fours or maybe Vlad just had him bent over a table?
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You mean you thought I was being literal? Do you think I meant that Donald was on all fours or maybe Vlad just had him bent over a table?
If I thought Trump and Putin were literally banging, vanilla or BDSM, it would improve my opinion of both of them. At least it would show they have some degree of imagination.
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If I thought Trump and Putin were literally banging, vanilla or BDSM, it would improve my opinion of both of them. At least it would show they have some degree of imagination.
Thanks for that. It gave me a good laugh. And I agree.

Trump's relationship and rhetoric about Putin and Russia makes no sense other than Trump is afraid of Putin. How else does one explain his bizarre behavior?
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Trump's relationship and rhetoric about Putin and Russia makes no sense other than Trump is afraid of Putin. How else does one explain his bizarre behavior?
Trump also wants something from Putin. He was trying to get a Trump hotel in Russian during the campaign. In that sense, he really is selling out the US.
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President Trump, the Slayer of the Clinton Crime Combine, the leader of the Intolerables, Maker of America Great Again, and Triggerman of the Leftists.

Fantastic thread.
Intolerables?
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Benedict Donald.
This is pretty harsh on Arnold, he at least had pretty good reasons why he switched sides. He was overlooked and others kept taking the credit for his work, and getting promoted over him and so he snapped and decided that if the US Continental Army wasn't going to be loyal to him, he wasn't going to be loyal in return.

Trump has no such excuses.
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Nope. It just points out who the alpha dog is. And here's a hint, it isn't Trump.
Why would the "alpha dog" be "the pitcher"?
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"Pitcher" and "catcher"? Is it the 1990s? What next, the hanky code? Get with the times!
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This is pretty harsh on Arnold, he at least had pretty good reasons why he switched sides. He was overlooked and others kept taking the credit for his work, and getting promoted over him and so he snapped and decided that if the US Continental Army wasn't going to be loyal to him, he wasn't going to be loyal in return.

Trump has no such excuses.
Arnold had to run away to England. Perhaps the Donald will run away to Russia?
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Thumbsucker-in-Chief.

Although “Traitor” is shorter and fits, if not as nickname-y.
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Thumbsucker-in-Chief.
I can think of something else that rhymes which would fit here also.
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Comrade Conald
Disgraceful Donald
Traitorous Trump
P. P. POTUS
POSUTUS
Liar in Chief
Pussy grabbing POTUS
Morally bankrupt moron.
Comrade Catcher
Down on his knees Donald
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