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Thursday, August 23, 2018

The post-Reagan years summed up in one photo



We were played.

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  1. "Okay, everybody ready? Say 'Bilderberg.'"

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  2. Speaking of being played, don't forget the orange crook. I guess nobody wants to spend time with him unless he's paying them.

    Maybe he's making a break for it with Sean Hannity driving a white bronco?

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  3. Four Presidents in a row that didn't do much more than hold down a chair and let the entrenched interests of the Deep State (TM) run wild, when not actually encouraging it. Now we have a President who is fighting for US and undoing the damage of the prior thirty years. It's a long row to hoe, but with our support President Trump will "Git 'Er Done!" - Elric

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  4. “the entrenched interests of the Deep State”

    Ronnie took down an evil empire, and I reckon as how The Donald will too.

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    1. No, it looks like the modern family shown above has already down that

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  5. My son told me I was "misguided" trusting Bush. He read the book Compromised: Clinton, Bush and the CIA, which I had given him!, and tried to warn me. Since Bush left office, I've realized how wrong I was and told my son he was right all along.

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    1. Regrettably we didn't have much choice: bush v gore and bush v kerry. bush v an idiot or bush v a traitor.

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    2. Top. Men. All of them.

      You are so right about our choices then.

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  6. Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.

    Treatment of the Tea Party and now Trump by the big establishment dudes, like Romney and the Bushes, says it all. If the Republican Party can't be reformed by Trump it is all over. Going elsewhere.

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  7. No better picture shows us the Uni-party than this one. These are the people who made us turn to Trump. At one time I thought Bush 43 was a decent man. His embrace of the Clintons and Obungler showed that he wasn't. Of course, he and his father were both bought and paid for by the Saudis. The sad thing is that the alternatives to both Bushes were far worse. - GOC

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  8. Interesting body language all the way around in this picture. The one person who has kept herself farthest from the group hug (not including the handsy corpse of H.W. Bush-41) is Michelle Obama. She is keeping a bit of distance from the uni-party grifters in that pic, isn't she?

    I know most people on here don't share this opinion, but I actually like Michelle Obama as a person. Her politics are too leftist for me, but I've got lots of friends whose politics are too far to the left. I give her credit for not wanting to get too close to anyone in that group.
    -TK

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    1. Maybe she doesn't want to stand too close to her wife.
      ::rimshot::

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    2. What, one turd floating apart from the others in the bowl? Meh.

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    3. Horse shit-she's a racist, money grubbing POS. She played the race card her whole life. I wouldn't spit on her if she was on fire.

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  9. Say NAFTA and the raping of middle class America! Damn depressing photo!

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    1. Amen. Surely we can do better. Thankfully, Trump is setting a whole new standard for performance from a President. He's going to be a hard act to follow.

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    2. Seems to me Ronnie was a hard act to follow and look what we got after him!

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