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  1. Right. Just making things up. Again. From your link, the Associated Press; You're not familiar with this organization? If there are only "dumb football players", (in your words), on the field, what does that make the anti- constitutional, Free Speech deniers in the stands? Pseudo americans?
  2. I don't see any reference to that in the title. So, I suppose, that is just your opinion of Americans exercising their right to Free Speech.
  3. Who knows? You've done it before. But it's quite apparent, again, that you are attempting to misdirect the thread from it's topic.
  4. The load is secured. Thai style.
  5. From Quinnipiac, a pollster often cited by his campaign as reliable: Poll: Majority of voters say Trump isn't fit to be president "A majority of American voters say Donald Trump is not "fit to serve as president," according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday, with 51 percent of respondents saying they are embarrassed to have Trump serve as president." "The poll reports that 59 percent say Trump is not honest, 60 percent say he does not have good leadership skills and 61 percent say he does not share their values." "Overall, 62 percent of voters disapprove of the way the president has handled race relations, 60 percent of voters say Trump is doing more to divide the country than unite it." http://www.politico.com/story/2017/09/27/trump-poll-fit-to-be-president-243219 Word. Spin that.
  6. Donald Trump: Is it illegal for the US President to delete his tweets? "The law stipulates that materials can include "books, correspondence, memoranda, documents, papers, pamphlets, works of art, models, pictures, photographs, plats, maps, films, and motion pictures, including, but not limited to, audio and visual records, or other electronic or mechanical recordations, whether in analog, digital, or any other form". "And "presidential records" are defined as those "created or received by the president, the president's immediate staff, or a unit or individual of the executive office of the president whose function is to advise or assist the president". "The law also means that any tweets sent by the president are owned by the United States." http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-09-28/is-it-illegal-for-donald-trump-to-delete-his-tweets/8995370 A lawless rogue inhabits the White House. Sean Spicer Says President Trump Considers His Tweets 'Official' White House Statements "When asked at a press briefing whether Trump's tweets qualify as official statements on behalf of the White House, Spicer said that he "is the President of the United States, so they're considered official statements by the President of the United States." http://time.com/4808270/sean-spicer-donald-trump-twitter-statements/
  7. The man-child and occupier of the White House now in his bully pulpit, tries to avenge his rejection: Donald Trump’s NFL war follows a history of rejection: FOR 30 years, Donald Trump was denied entry to an exclusive billionaires’ club. "A story that not many people would know about the president is that he has tried, and failed, many times in the past to join the elusive ranks of NFL owners." "His desire to join the NFL began in the early 1980s with the now defunct United States Football League, a competition that originally ran during the NFL’s off-season." "NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle couldn’t have been any more unequivocal in his stance on the high-flying businessman, telling Trump at a meeting in New York in 1984: “You will never be an owner in the NFL. As long as I’m affiliated with the NFL or my family is affiliated with the NFL, you will never have a team in the NFL.” http://www.news.com.au/sport/american-sports/donald-trumps-nfl-war-follows-a-history-of-rejection/news-story/e9bf44842790199a81d83f99675bbe25 "While others may be able to let your insensitive and denigrating comments pass, I no longer will" (Traits the occupier of the White House holds to this very day) Read on for a scathing commentary directed at the inept one: And a grand example of the occupier's business acumen:
  8. Along with your insulting response to the athletes, just another pitiful deflection. Still waiting for substantiation to your claim that you personally heard in "interviews with the players" that you "listened to". amvet said: 1. Dude's a chump. 2. Jive turkey. 3. I didn't vote vote but if I did it would not be fo dat honkey. 4. The next 64 interviews were non verbal.
  9. Still waiting... Posted 3 hours ago Is that right? Now it is White guys who said: You have yet to provide a source for your claim that you heard them in "interviews with the players" that you "listened to".
  10. Well, the occupier of the White House is renowned for shooting himself in the foot. Heck, he'll probably even attempt to take credit for the increased viewership. Believe me. Stand by: Because he has more flip-flops than a Jimmy Buffet concert.
  11. DID JARED KUSHNER’S DATA OPERATION HELP SELECT FACEBOOK TARGETS FOR THE RUSSIANS? “I called somebody who works for one of the technology companies that I work with, and I had them give me a tutorial on how to use Facebook micro-targeting,” Kushner told Steven Bertoni of Forbes." “We brought in Cambridge Analytica." "And I asked them how to scale this stuff . . . We basically had to build a $400 million operation, with 1,500 people operating in 50 states.” https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2017/09/jared-kushner-data-operation-russia-facebook Cambridge Analytica "Cambridge Analytica (CA) is a privately held company that combines data mining and data analysis with strategic communication for the electoral process." "On May 18, 2017, Time Magazine reported that the US Congress is investigating CA in connection with Russian attempts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election." "The report alleges that CA may have coordinated the spread of Russian propaganda using its microtargetting capabilities." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cambridge_Analytica#Investigations_into_Russian_involvement_in_the_2016_US_Presidential_election Robert Mercer is a major investor in Cambridge Analytica, and principal financier of Breitbart News and Steve Bannon, vice president of Cambridge Analytica until he joined the Trump campaign: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Mercer_(businessman)
  12. Russians May Have Used Facebook to Push Pro-Trump Rallies During 2016 Election "In an explosive new report, news site The Daily Beast says Facebook accounts believed to have been operated by Russian propagandists tried to rally Floridians for a "Florida Goes Trump!" effort; Trump supporters were asked to start a "patriotic state-wide flash mob" in the 17 cities" “On August 20, we want to gather patriots on the streets of Floridian towns and cities and march to unite America and support Donald Trump!" an event page supporting the effort said, according to The Daily Beast." "The account was ultimately taken down in August 2017, at the same time Facebook removed accounts believed to have been operated by Russia's Internet Research Agency." http://fortune.com/2017/09/20/russians-facebook-trump-rallies/ http://www.thedailybeast.com/russians-appear-to-use-facebook-to-push-pro-trump-flash-mobs-in-florida?source=twitter&via=mobile
  13. The issue at hand is, the dotard fanned the flames at one of his Mussolini-esque rallies about a man who kneeled in silence, five months before said dotard was even occupying the White House. Right.
  14. And in the opinion of big d & bubba...
  15. Your country's anthem? Quite a deplorable history behind it. Perhaps that's why some so fervently defend it... During his lifetime, abolitionists ridiculed Key’s words, sneering that America was more like the “Land of the Free and Home of the Oppressed” "In 1814, Key was a slaveholding lawyer from an old Maryland plantation family, who thanks to a system of human bondage had grown rich and powerful." "When he wrote the poem that would, in 1931, become the national anthem and proclaim our nation “the land of the free,” like Jefferson, Key not only profited from slaves, he harbored racist conceptions of American citizenship and human potential." "Africans in America, he said, were: “a distinct and inferior race of people, which all experience proves to be the greatest evil that afflicts a community.” http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smithsonian-institution/wheres-debate-francis-scott-keys-slave-holding-legacy-180959550/ This tome to oppression written by a fanatical racist should be banned from anywhere. That the acolytes wrap themselves in it, is reprehensible. And an absolute display of ignorance.
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