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Friday, January 13, 2017

By the way, you are wrong on Trump


10 comments:

  1. Donald Trump refuses to cringe at the slightest accusation. The Left is not used to a GOP office holder who refuses to be a punching bag and instead punches back at least twice as hard.

    This should be an entertaining four years.

    -Mikey NTH

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    1. The left has managed to present itself as the sole moral authority even while undermining and perverting the older moral authority. It uses intimidation, bullying and shaming even while it decries them in others. Now they're foxes confused by a playful otter who refuses to run away in fear but continues to play its own game.

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    2. Nothing takes the fight out of a bully like a black eye.

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  2. I'm loving every minute of it.

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  3. I've never heard of Patton Oswalt, so I don't care what he says. I vaguely remember having heard of
    "King of Queens", though.

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  4. 'That press conference was...terrifying.'

    Wait, the President-elect refusing to answer a question from one media source (one that published lies about him) = you're terrified?

    Good God man, put on the big-boy panties and get back to me if we ever have a zombie apocalypse or Biblical flood.

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    1. That Biblical flood is happening now, but it's not water, it's human bodies, wave after wave of subhuman rapists and killers, and the king of queens, Barry Soetoro is the one who opened the gate.

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  5. His momma must have a great sense of humor to have named her sissy boy for George Patton. If named for a general maybe she should have chosen a more descriptive name like Hooker or McClellan. You know, generals with no fight.

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    1. Maybe she meant to name him for the latest dress pattern, and wasn't the best of spellers.

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  6. His comment seems typical of the general level of derangement so common on the left today. I generally respect people like Patton Oswalt for standing up for their beliefs, even though I disagree with them almost across the board. This attitude is very American, and assumes "the other" to be sane and acting in good faith.

    But crazy is crazy. They're all crazy now, and we must treat them accordingly. No more respect. That circuit-breaker has been tripped, at least for me. Whether it it can be reset, ever, is up to the crazies.

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