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Old 22nd November 2018, 08:17 PM   #41
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I'm grateful that Trump doesn't think I have press credentials because I have to go to the Consulate far too often.

I'm grateful that Trump has reduced the conservative trolls to having to troll on any topic other than Trump because he's so reprehensible.
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Old 22nd November 2018, 08:39 PM   #42
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I'm grateful that he has exposed which conservatives are willing to abandon or expose their lack of principles in order to defend him, because of either a desperate sense of partisanship or a deep desire to troll liberals.
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Old 22nd November 2018, 11:58 PM   #43
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Originally Posted by theprestige View Post
I'm thankful that the president isn't part of anyone's Thanksgiving unless they want him to be. This is about the beginning and end of it for me. How are you all doing?
Very well, thank you. And you?

We stuffed our faces and never mentioned Trump. But he was part of my Thanksgiving; he was part of yours as well, or you wouldn't be here.
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Old 23rd November 2018, 03:49 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by Minoosh View Post
Very well, thank you. And you?

We stuffed our faces and never mentioned Trump. But he was part of my Thanksgiving; he was part of yours as well, or you wouldn't be here.
We made it a point to never mention Trump. We wanted to keep our delicious feast down.
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Old 30th November 2018, 12:05 PM   #45
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I'm grateful that Trump... has caused the long-running crimes of so many people (such as Manafort and Cohen) to be exposed, due to their relationship with Trump and the Mueller investigation. Had Trump not run for president, people like Manafort would still probably be out there, scamming the system, and his crimes would probably be overlooked.
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Old 30th November 2018, 12:37 PM   #46
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I'm grateful that Trump left a trail of his crimes so obvious, Helen ******* Keller could follow it.
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Old 30th November 2018, 12:40 PM   #47
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This will sound rather silly but since it's in the news again, I've "liked" (for certain version of liked) that weird, avante-garde, bizarre Christmas decorations the White House has put up last couple of years.

The White House is (ostensibly) the Trump family's home and I've never liked how Presidential families have always been expected to maintain the same boring decor of "Quaint Americana over Greco-Roman" that was never allowed to advance beyond "What if Norman Rockwell threw up on Polished Marble." They should be allowed to non-permanently alter the living areas of the White House to their taste within reason.

They aren't personally to my taste, but I think giving them crap over it as has happened this year and the last is a bit much.
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...is very old.
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Old 30th November 2018, 04:34 PM   #49
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I am grateful that Trump is so stupid and bad at covering up his tracks. If he was smarter, he would be even more dangerous.
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Old 30th November 2018, 04:48 PM   #50
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Originally Posted by dudalb View Post
I am grateful that Trump is so stupid and bad at covering up his tracks. If he was smarter, he would be even more dangerous.
Heaven protect us from politicians smart enough to cover their tracks.
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I'm thankful that Trump didn't have an identical twin.
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Old 30th November 2018, 06:05 PM   #52
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I'm thankful that Trump didn't have an identical twin.
It's possible he did. But he couldn't stand having someone else look as good as him, so he had him "disappeared".
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It's possible he did. But he couldn't stand having someone else look as good as him, so he had him "disappeared".
He would have eaten his twin in utero.
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Old 1st December 2018, 09:28 AM   #54
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There is no universe in which his twin could exist. The two would annihilate each other and the universe with them.
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Originally Posted by carrps View Post
...is very old.
That was pretty much along the lines I was thinking.

"So Ivanka, what did you find so attractive about the obese septuagenarian multi-millionaire who isn't as healthy as he claims?"

"His diet and cholesterol count"
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Old 1st December 2018, 01:07 PM   #56
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I'm grateful that Trump has only had 4 Chapter 11's or his book would be even longer.
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Originally Posted by jimbob View Post
That was pretty much along the lines I was thinking.

"So Ivanka, what did you find so attractive about the obese septuagenarian multi-millionaire who isn't as healthy as he claims?"

"His diet and cholesterol count"
I think you meant "Melania". But you never know...
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Old 1st December 2018, 04:18 PM   #58
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I think you meant "Melania". But you never know...
My initial response was to accept the correction.

However, given what we know of Trump's personality, it's probably accurate for either.
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....is exposing the deep state's bad actors
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....is exposing the deep state's bad actors
I'd agree if he wasn't the one that hired them.
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I'm thankful that Trump didn't have an identical twin.

An identical twin (or clone?) would explain why he always seems to contradict himself: He doesn't, actually!

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... despite having mocked the handicapped, has made the world a more welcome place for drooling, inbred dimwits.
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....is exposing the deep state's bad actors
Name one.
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... gives us someone not just to hate, but to truly loathe with every fiber of our being.
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I agree

Because he's fulfilling an important role assuming that US democracy survives.

He's acting as an abscess on the US body politic, drawing much of the poison into his orbit, and hopefully buy being an idiot, traitor and racist, he'll discredit both treason and racism when it metaphorically gets lanced.

Already, he's giving the lie to the idea that there's no difference between the parties. His emboldening of racists means that lots are now more open about their bigotry, which will be shown up for what it is. Emboldening people to make racist jokes is one way that this will happen.

As Trump's faculties decline, his behaviour will get more obviously idiotic. He will also find it harder to hide his views and behaviour. He'll demonstrate his contempt for his base and his short-term fellow travellers. He'll taint the reputation and ideas of anyone who doesn't dump him in time. It's quite possible that this has already happened.


With luck, he'll end up discrediting the Tea Party and associated views, as well as the current RepublicanAnti-Democratic Party in Congress and the Senate.
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Has made liberals more smug than they were before.
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... gives us someone not just to hate, but to truly loathe with every fiber of our being.
Jesus Christ that's dysfunctional. The fibers of my being have much more productive and rewarding things to do than hate some rando politician.
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Jesus Christ that's dysfunctional. The fibers of my being have much more productive and rewarding things to do than hate some rando politician.
Who happens to have a potentially huge effect on one's life.
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...won the election.
You won't be when you sober up.
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Jesus Christ that's dysfunctional. The fibers of my being have much more productive and rewarding things to do than hate some rando politician.
Interesting that you think the President of the United States is "some rando politician." Would certainly come as a shock to a lot of people, regardless of their views on the present occupant of the office (or any occupant of the office for that matter).
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Interesting that you think the President of the United States is "some rando politician." Would certainly come as a shock to a lot of people, regardless of their views on the present occupant of the office (or any occupant of the office for that matter).
Yeah that's taking Trump normalization to levels heretofore never witnessed.

Don't mind that dotard over there holding the nuclear football. He's just a rando politician.
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I'm grateful that Trump...never got anywhere near me or my daughter.
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I'm grateful that Trump was able to get Xi to crack down on Fentanyl dealers in China.

Too many people are dying.
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I'm grateful that Trump was able to create bargaining leverage through tariffs, to force China to agree to trade reforms.
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Don't be surprised if this is how it actually plays out:
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I'm grateful that Trump was able to create bargaining leverage through tariffs, to force China to agree to a charade where Trump claims credit for trade reforms that don't actually exist.
You know, like North Korea is "no longer a nuclear threat".
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