normalfreak2

Registered bored user

normalfreak2 wrote:
melcervini Bye poor snowflake
normalfreak2 wrote:
spanz Wrong

"“We’ve finally boiled this negotiation down to something that we want very badly that the Democrats really don't like, and that’s the border wall,” Mulvaney said. “At the same time, there's something they want very badly, that we don’t want very much, which are these cost-sharing reductions, Obamacare payments.”"
normalfreak2 wrote:
jayme21 Shush Trump is President everything rides on him now. =p
normalfreak2 wrote:
I applaud them, She should absolutely be allowed to speak.  All this did was turn Ann Coulter into a Matyr for free speech.  bad move on those Black Bloc morons.
normalfreak2 wrote:
chicagojay Do tell, how do those that can't afford to pay insurance premiums without them pay for insurance?  Oh the magical tooth fairly picks up the tab right?
normalfreak2 wrote:
"“We’ve finally boiled this negotiation down to something that we want very badly that the Democrats really don't like, and that’s the border wall,” Mulvaney said. “At the same time, there's something they want very badly, that we don’t want very much, which are these cost-sharing reductions, Obamacare payments.”"

This says it all.  
normalfreak2 wrote:
scheckydamon How is her dress lead you to Pimp culture or thug culture?  Being an Activist appears what she's doing.  not sure how you gleam anything else out of this.
normalfreak2 wrote:
scheckydamon Really?
normalfreak2 wrote:
squrlz4ever Well it does show you how little the GOP thinks of voting in this Country or actual reform for Government.  They control every house.  If they wanted to move on ANY of this they could do it without any recourse from an opposing party.  The fact they aren't doing anything about redistricting or gerrymandering or getting money out of politics should  tell you all you need to know.
normalfreak2 wrote:
What a chowda head. The problem is people can't tell the irony of someone calling random fallacies while  he's guilty of the same thing performing them.  Oh well, keep on living in your bubble
normalfreak2 wrote:
squrlz4ever I like that list.  You missed, remove dark money from politics.
normalfreak2 wrote:
megrendel 1) Correct 2) No
normalfreak2 wrote:
trimble Absolutely.  But then again I don't want to hear that "he's an outsider".  He's as inside and as much a politician as the next guy or gal.

One counter point there are people that lie to get power, there are people that have good intentions that can't make them happen but they think they can.  Trump through word and actions is the prior.  There is a difference.
normalfreak2 wrote:
boredusernames01 Well the show was called Bill Nye saves the world.  Not Bill Nye the Science Guy.  Sounds and looks like  he's trying to do something different.
normalfreak2 wrote:
chicagojay Oh give me a break.   Your attempt to make him seem like a compromiser is hilarious.  Where has he been on "compromising" on anything so far?  You call it "compromise" when he can't get what he wants.  This isn't that.  He'd pass that Wall budget if he had a Congress that would sign in.  Intent matters.

Trump is DESPERATE for a legislative victory for the 100 days.  That's all He cares about.  He was willing to sell out the very people that voted for him for a "win".  That's all he cares about.
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The Freedom Caucus won't authorize this spending nor will Moderate Republicans.  Democrats sure as shit won't support this.  He doesn't have a choice but to not go through with it.  That wall is never being built.  Like most of the things Trump said, he was lying.  But that's par for the course for him.
normalfreak2 wrote:
That's creepy!
normalfreak2 wrote:
notoriousbac And Trumpkins like you twist yourself in knots supporting a guy that hasn't done anything for you, or kept most his 100 day promises.  But you'll keep lapping up the bullshit regardless.  So i guess it'll be a long 4 years for us both.
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notoriousbac 

Time and a place.  Has nothing to do with "rednecks" Has nothing to do with "a murderer/drug dealer"  When you are there you hold reverence for our history.  You don't do it to score a point or be an ass.  At least that's how I look at it.
normalfreak2 wrote:
irk "In the fields the bodies burning..."
normalfreak2 wrote:
I can't.  Reading "Trump talk" makes me want to punch something.
normalfreak2 wrote:
Woo go Peggy!
normalfreak2 wrote:
daegog Nah Trump supporters can be the front line.
normalfreak2 wrote:
notoriousbac The issue isn't the people, it's how they acted.  There's a certain decorum that should be observed when in the Whitehouse.  Their pose in front of Hillary reeks of failing the simple rule of time and a place.