Old 08-03-2017, 09:40 AM   #121
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Sinfidel - good point.
You are obviously reading and understanding my posts.



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The Republicans tackle poverty in a different way (more jobs etc.)
It's what they say, but not how they legislate. In fact, over the last 30 years, on average, unemployment is higher when Republicans are in office than Democrats. But I know you have trouble with complicated things like numbers.

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But I agree - the Democrats more directly support the poor - which is a Christian position.
Democrats support the poor, and also job creation. For instance, Republicans are against supporting the fastest growing job market (solar and wind energy) and support old dying industries (like coal power), while Democrats support solar and wind.

Solar employs over 370,000 jobs in the US, while coal, oil, and gas employ around 190,000 people (combined). And Solar jobs are growing four times faster than oil, coal, and gas combined. To make it easier for dumbshits like you to understand, solar added 73,000 jobs last year, and coal employed (not added), 86,000. So just the amount of solar jobs added in a year, almost surpassed the amount of coal employees in total. Republicans support jobs... bullshit. You're definitely their cuck.

It's not a choice between helping the poor and creating jobs, we can and have done both. This "helping the poor or creating jobs" bullshit is a stupid faulty dichotomy created by people trying and succeeding to manipulate the poorly educated and non-critical thinkers. But you love those false dilemmas don't you? You fall for them all the time.

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Old 08-03-2017, 10:27 AM   #122
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Trump wants to put solar panels on the wall!
Surely Trump therefore supports the harvesting of solar energy.
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Old 08-03-2017, 11:25 AM   #123
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Its easy to higher the wrong guy
Yeah, just take a look at our president.

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anyone even the best may do this, but it takes balls and resolve to fire them.
It doesn't take balls to fire someone, what a stupid thing to say.

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This process is effective, eventually the White House will be running like a well oiled machine. Remember Trump is not a politician, nor is he schooled in political science - we must allow him a greater learning curve.
We don't actually. It's like any sports team, when a coach sacks and replaces almost all first stringers, it's a clear indication that it's a shitty team. Since he has, and you admitted to it, then you must also agree that his team is indeed shitty.

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Things are going well - unemployment lowest since 2001!, illegal immigration slowed by 80% across the border, stock market thriving better than it has ever been (this helps your 401 K)!!!, and Trump is just starting.
Yeah, it's like he hasn't done anything and everything is still following the trajectory from Obama's administration.

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Trump wants to put solar panels on the wall!
Surely Trump therefore supports the harvesting of solar energy.
Are they on the plans for the wall? Or is it yet another one of his inane ramblings he says then forgets about? I bet it's the latter.

by the way, I like how you conceded so quickly to me demolishing your bullshit point about Republicans "support" for jobs. Keep up the shit work, cuck.

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Old 08-03-2017, 01:58 PM   #124
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Funny the double standard here for burden of proof,
Absence of evidence (of guilt) is not evidence for absence (of guilt).

I guess it takes the wisdom of Trump to see this.
So you believe Trump guilty of colluding with Russians, because there is no evidence proving him innocent!


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Old 08-07-2017, 10:43 PM   #125
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So you believe Trump guilty of colluding with Russians, because there is no evidence proving him innocent!

Again Sinfidel you understood my post, and you have correctly used the information to make a good counter point. Well done!

Indeed if there is no evidence that Trump colluded with Russians, that does not prove that he didn't collude. This is something that would be very hard if not impossible to prove innocence (as there could never be certainty that an investigation is totally complete), but I wouldn't go as far as to say I believe Trump guilty however - that overstates the power of "absence of evidence does not mean evidence for absence"

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Old 08-07-2017, 10:48 PM   #126
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I think it does take balls to fire someone.

I've seen examples of poorly run businesses or offices where the "boss" is excellent, but has an Achilles heal of protecting his associates, even the poor performers. The looser in this case is the office's function.

Maybe its not just "balls" needed to fire someone, but more importantly a genuine passion for the success of the office - to the degree that success towards the office's function Trumps personal loyalty or friendships.
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Old 08-08-2017, 06:40 AM   #127
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I think it does take balls to fire someone.
Well, that you think it takes balls to fire someone, lets us know what a spineless little shit you are. No wonder you're Trump's little cuck.

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I've seen examples of poorly run businesses[...]
There are also businesses where the boss is fire happy that don't do well either, just take a look at all of Trump's failed businesses. Casinos are about the closest a company can get to a guaranteed success, unless you're a shitty businessman like Trump.

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"Over 400 years ago, the Florentine statesman Niccolo Machiavelli engaged in a profound study of methods used by various rulers to attain power... The findings of Machiavelli and other students of power decree that to obtain power it is essential to ignore the moral laws of man and of God; that promises must be made only with the intention to deceive and to mislead others to sacrifice their own interests; that the most brutal atrocity must be committed as a matter of mere convenience; that friends or allies must be betrayed as matter of course as soon as they have served their purpose. But, it is also decreed that these atrocities must be kept hidden from the common people except only where they are of use to strike terror to the hearts of opponents; that there must be kept up a spurious aspect of benevolence and benefit for the greater number of the people, and even an aspect of humility to gain as much help as possible."
E. C. Knuth in his book "The Empire of the "City"

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Well, you gotta go with what works I guess.

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Well, you gotta go with what works I guess.
Somehow, I doubt it was in the Library at Trump U.

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Old 08-14-2017, 02:09 PM   #131
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Somehow, I doubt it was in the Library at Trump U.
The library was a broom closet with only the books that were ghost written for Trump.

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Trying to access John Pilger's YouTube channel, the following message pops up:

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"This account has been terminated due to multiple or severe violations of YouTube's policy against spam, deceptive practices, and misleading content or other Terms of Service violations."
So the Oligarchy is trying to shut him up! What a cowardly lot at YouTube, making a vague unspecified accusation. Looks like Fascism is in full swing.

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