• One thing I've learned

    From Eric Ramon@21:1/5 to All on Wed Jun 29 15:07:54 2022
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life".

    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.

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  • From Ken Olson@21:1/5 to Eric Ramon on Wed Jun 29 18:31:36 2022
    On 6/29/2022 6:07 PM, Eric Ramon wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life".

    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.

    I agree with what you're saying, but ultimately there's the facts. Then
    it's a matter of how great you think the transgressions are.

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  • From RoddyMcCorley@21:1/5 to Eric Ramon on Wed Jun 29 22:04:50 2022
    On 6/29/2022 6:07 PM, Eric Ramon wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life".

    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.

    Hillary might have been a decent POTUS and had she won we would have
    avoided the shitstorm of the past six or so years. But she and her party
    were smug and thought they were entitled to the oval office. They effed up.

    I'm wondering how many votes she lost, especially from women, by the way
    she dressed? Always looked like her clothes were made from old slip
    covers and curtains.

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  • From TE@21:1/5 to RoddyMcCorley on Thu Jun 30 17:16:47 2022
    On Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 10:04:54 PM UTC-4, RoddyMcCorley wrote:
    On 6/29/2022 6:07 PM, Eric Ramon wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life".

    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.

    Hillary might have been a decent POTUS and had she won we would have
    avoided the shitstorm of the past six or so years. But she and her party were smug and thought they were entitled to the oval office. They effed up.

    Well, the GOP was anti-smug. If the leadership thought that Trump had a chance in hell they would have sabotaged his run. See: Sanders, Bernie. Breaking the
    bipartisan nature of the thread, but the "shitstorm" was more of the reaction to
    Trump than Trump himself.

    I'm wondering how many votes she lost, especially from women, by the way
    she dressed? Always looked like her clothes were made from old slip
    covers and curtains.

    I doubt that made much of a difference. Without looking it up I thought she lost votes from suburban part/full time moms.

    -TE

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  • From Michael Falkner@21:1/5 to All on Thu Jun 30 17:38:23 2022
    On Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 5:16:51 PM UTC-7, TE wrote:
    On Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 10:04:54 PM UTC-4, RoddyMcCorley wrote:

    Hillary might have been a decent POTUS and had she won we would have avoided the shitstorm of the past six or so years. But she and her party were smug and thought they were entitled to the oval office. They effed up.

    Hillary was smug, and she forgot there's a lot of White Men (and a lot of White Women willing to submit to them to be daddied and raped -- yeah, I said it, if by the right man... They're whores just looking for the right price!) who want to be Trump.
    He offered them that and the possibility that "they" (LGBTQ's, immigrants, all other useless) would be killed and eliminated.

    His cowardice and theirs are the only reason we still vote -- and that might not be the case much longer.

    Well, the GOP was anti-smug. If the leadership thought that Trump had a chance
    in hell they would have sabotaged his run. See: Sanders, Bernie. Breaking the
    bipartisan nature of the thread, but the "shitstorm" was more of the reaction to
    Trump than Trump himself.

    Trump would've third-partied at that point. His idea was actually to enact The Contract On America and start killing the "others". They were all waiting for the word, and it sounds like he WAS actually going to give it!

    I'm wondering how many votes she lost, especially from women, by the way she dressed? Always looked like her clothes were made from old slip
    covers and curtains.
    I doubt that made much of a difference. Without looking it up I thought she lost votes from suburban part/full time moms.

    Who were, then, willing to be bent and raped to have relevance/legitimate purpose/a place at all in America going forward?

    Mike

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  • From Con Reeder, unhyphenated American@21:1/5 to Eric Ramon on Fri Jul 1 14:42:01 2022
    On 2022-06-29, Eric Ramon <ramon.eric@gmail.com> wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life".

    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.

    Yup. We make the decision in our gut, then use the amazing computing
    device we call the brain to rationalize that decision. Even the most even-handed of us.

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  • From marika@21:1/5 to All on Wed Aug 3 15:52:45 2022
    On Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 7:16:51 PM UTC-5, TE wrote:
    On Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 10:04:54 PM UTC-4, RoddyMcCorley wrote:
    On 6/29/2022 6:07 PM, Eric Ramon wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life".

    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.

    Hillary might have been a decent POTUS and had she won we would have avoided the shitstorm of the past six or so years. But she and her party were smug and thought they were entitled to the oval office. They effed up.
    Well, the GOP was anti-smug. If the leadership thought that Trump

    One fat crook who didn't "keep our honor clean"

    mk5000

    I love the Cowboys but I like New Orleans cause I could either be a Saint or a bounty hunter--

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  • From marika@21:1/5 to Michael Falkner on Wed Aug 3 15:58:22 2022
    On Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 7:38:26 PM UTC-5, Michael Falkner wrote:
    On Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 5:16:51 PM UTC-7, TE wrote:
    On Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 10:04:54 PM UTC-4, RoddyMcCorley wrote:

    Hillary might have been a decent POTUS and had she won we would have avoided the shitstorm of the past six or so years. But she and her party were smug and thought they were entitled to the oval office. They effed up.
    Hillary was smug,

    God willing and the creek don't rise.

    Which president hasn't been smug and arrogant

    It's in the job description

    However, we can influence the votes of others.

    mk5000

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    Lately, I've been dancing like a Soul train album
    Lately, silly making songs talkin' 'bout how they hate me
    They've been loving me this whole time--


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  • From marika@21:1/5 to Eric Ramon on Wed Aug 3 15:48:57 2022
    On Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 5:07:58 PM UTC-5, Eric Ramon wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    No, i didn't see that.
    It's possible that their brains really are badly scrambled.
    Like Michael Vick's



    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!"

    I recall when Vick was out for 8 weeks after his own concussion, nobody interviewed him about it while he was out, either.
    I also recall when McNabb shredded his knee, no one saw or heard from him for 8 straight months.
    I think, I'm not sure, that interviewing injured players (esp concussions) is frowned upon, or considered off limits, or unprofessional, because it shows the player at his physical worst, and the league doesn't want that kind of scary picture of their
    athletes making the rounds out there.
    I think there's some kind of sports dudes ethics code of understanding that says "leave injured guys alone" ...even if the injury isn't so terrible. Professional courtesy, I think.

    Who would want a picture or interview released of themselves, in a hospital bed.... Athlete or otherwise?

    mk5000

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    You know that it's yours
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  • From Ken Olson@21:1/5 to marika on Thu Aug 4 00:03:00 2022
    On 8/3/2022 6:52 PM, marika wrote:
    On Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 7:16:51 PM UTC-5, TE wrote:
    On Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 10:04:54 PM UTC-4, RoddyMcCorley wrote:
    On 6/29/2022 6:07 PM, Eric Ramon wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life".

    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.

    Hillary might have been a decent POTUS and had she won we would have
    avoided the shitstorm of the past six or so years. But she and her party >>> were smug and thought they were entitled to the oval office. They effed up. >> Well, the GOP was anti-smug. If the leadership thought that Trump

    One fat crook who didn't "keep our honor clean"

    mk5000

    I love the Cowboys but I like New Orleans cause I could either be a Saint or a bounty hunter--

    URLtv – Swamp Vs. Your Honor

    Thank the gods that HRC isn't or never became POTUS.

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  • From unclejr@21:1/5 to Ken Olson on Wed Aug 3 22:00:20 2022
    On Wednesday, August 3, 2022 at 11:03:05 PM UTC-5, Ken Olson wrote:
    On 8/3/2022 6:52 PM, marika wrote:
    On Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 7:16:51 PM UTC-5, TE wrote:
    On Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 10:04:54 PM UTC-4, RoddyMcCorley wrote: >>> On 6/29/2022 6:07 PM, Eric Ramon wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life".

    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.

    Hillary might have been a decent POTUS and had she won we would have
    avoided the shitstorm of the past six or so years. But she and her party >>> were smug and thought they were entitled to the oval office. They effed up.
    Well, the GOP was anti-smug. If the leadership thought that Trump

    One fat crook who didn't "keep our honor clean"

    mk5000

    I love the Cowboys but I like New Orleans cause I could either be a Saint or a bounty hunter--

    URLtv – Swamp Vs. Your Honor
    Thank the gods that HRC isn't or never became POTUS.

    She would've been 100% better than the buffoon we actually got in 2016.

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  • From Ken Olson@21:1/5 to unclejr on Thu Aug 4 12:34:46 2022
    On 8/4/2022 1:00 AM, unclejr wrote:
    On Wednesday, August 3, 2022 at 11:03:05 PM UTC-5, Ken Olson wrote:
    On 8/3/2022 6:52 PM, marika wrote:
    On Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 7:16:51 PM UTC-5, TE wrote:
    On Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 10:04:54 PM UTC-4, RoddyMcCorley wrote: >>>>> On 6/29/2022 6:07 PM, Eric Ramon wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life".

    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.

    Hillary might have been a decent POTUS and had she won we would have >>>>> avoided the shitstorm of the past six or so years. But she and her party >>>>> were smug and thought they were entitled to the oval office. They effed up.
    Well, the GOP was anti-smug. If the leadership thought that Trump

    One fat crook who didn't "keep our honor clean"

    mk5000

    I love the Cowboys but I like New Orleans cause I could either be a Saint or a bounty hunter--

    URLtv – Swamp Vs. Your Honor
    Thank the gods that HRC isn't or never became POTUS.

    She would've been 100% better than the buffoon we actually got in 2016.

    Keep deluding yourself. She'd be about like the buffoon we currently have.

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  • From Eric Ramon@21:1/5 to Ken Olson on Thu Aug 4 13:47:34 2022
    On Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 9:34:51 AM UTC-7, Ken Olson wrote:
    On 8/4/2022 1:00 AM, unclejr wrote:
    On Wednesday, August 3, 2022 at 11:03:05 PM UTC-5, Ken Olson wrote:
    On 8/3/2022 6:52 PM, marika wrote:
    On Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 7:16:51 PM UTC-5, TE wrote:
    On Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 10:04:54 PM UTC-4, RoddyMcCorley wrote: >>>>> On 6/29/2022 6:07 PM, Eric Ramon wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life".

    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.

    Hillary might have been a decent POTUS and had she won we would have >>>>> avoided the shitstorm of the past six or so years. But she and her party
    were smug and thought they were entitled to the oval office. They effed up.
    Well, the GOP was anti-smug. If the leadership thought that Trump

    One fat crook who didn't "keep our honor clean"

    mk5000

    I love the Cowboys but I like New Orleans cause I could either be a Saint or a bounty hunter--

    URLtv – Swamp Vs. Your Honor
    Thank the gods that HRC isn't or never became POTUS.

    She would've been 100% better than the buffoon we actually got in 2016.
    Keep deluding yourself. She'd be about like the buffoon we currently have.
    --
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    history won't be kind to 45 and 46. Dunno what kind of President Hillary would have been but she was a poor candidate. I know, I know...more votes...but she didn't need to win California by 3 million. She could have actually campaigned in those close
    states. And by campaigning I don't mean fundraising at some rich peoples' houses, I mean rallies.

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  • From mercellusb@21:1/5 to RoddyMcCorley on Sat Aug 6 07:54:52 2022
    On Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 9:04:54 PM UTC-5, RoddyMcCorley wrote:
    On 6/29/2022 6:07 PM, Eric Ramon wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life".

    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.
    Hillary might have been a decent POTUS and had she won we would have
    avoided the shitstorm of the past six or so years.

    It would’ve just been a different shitstorm.

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  • From xyzzy@21:1/5 to Ken Olson on Mon Aug 8 15:23:04 2022
    Ken Olson <kolson@freedomnet.org> wrote:
    On 8/4/2022 1:00 AM, unclejr wrote:
    On Wednesday, August 3, 2022 at 11:03:05 PM UTC-5, Ken Olson wrote:
    On 8/3/2022 6:52 PM, marika wrote:
    On Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 7:16:51 PM UTC-5, TE wrote:
    On Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 10:04:54 PM UTC-4, RoddyMcCorley wrote: >>>>>> On 6/29/2022 6:07 PM, Eric Ramon wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the
    internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a
    situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like >>>>>>> I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" >>>>>>> Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life".

    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to >>>>>>> be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a >>>>>>> Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of
    them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.

    Hillary might have been a decent POTUS and had she won we would have >>>>>> avoided the shitstorm of the past six or so years. But she and her party >>>>>> were smug and thought they were entitled to the oval office. They effed up.
    Well, the GOP was anti-smug. If the leadership thought that Trump

    One fat crook who didn't "keep our honor clean"

    mk5000

    I love the Cowboys but I like New Orleans cause I could either be a
    Saint or a bounty hunter--

    URLtv – Swamp Vs. Your Honor
    Thank the gods that HRC isn't or never became POTUS.

    She would've been 100% better than the buffoon we actually got in 2016.

    Keep deluding yourself. She'd be about like the buffoon we currently have.

    The buffoon we currently have is 100% better than the buffoon he replaced.
    As she would have been.

    Keep deluding yourself into thinking Trump wasn’t a straight up
    authoritarian if not fascist. The guy told John Kelly he wanted generals totally loyal to him like (he thought) Hitler’s generals were.

    Hillary would never have behaved that way.

    —-
    “I don’t give a shit anymore, I want a yes-man!” — Donald Trump on selection of his chief of staff.

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  • From Ken Olson@21:1/5 to xyzzy on Mon Aug 8 11:49:34 2022
    On 8/8/2022 11:23 AM, xyzzy wrote:
    Ken Olson <kolson@freedomnet.org> wrote:
    On 8/4/2022 1:00 AM, unclejr wrote:
    On Wednesday, August 3, 2022 at 11:03:05 PM UTC-5, Ken Olson wrote:
    On 8/3/2022 6:52 PM, marika wrote:
    On Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 7:16:51 PM UTC-5, TE wrote:
    On Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 10:04:54 PM UTC-4, RoddyMcCorley wrote: >>>>>>> On 6/29/2022 6:07 PM, Eric Ramon wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the >>>>>>>> internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a >>>>>>>> situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like >>>>>>>> I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" >>>>>>>> Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life". >>>>>>>>
    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to >>>>>>>> be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a >>>>>>>> Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of >>>>>>>> them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.

    Hillary might have been a decent POTUS and had she won we would have >>>>>>> avoided the shitstorm of the past six or so years. But she and her party
    were smug and thought they were entitled to the oval office. They effed up.
    Well, the GOP was anti-smug. If the leadership thought that Trump

    One fat crook who didn't "keep our honor clean"

    mk5000

    I love the Cowboys but I like New Orleans cause I could either be a
    Saint or a bounty hunter--

    URLtv – Swamp Vs. Your Honor
    Thank the gods that HRC isn't or never became POTUS.

    She would've been 100% better than the buffoon we actually got in 2016.

    Keep deluding yourself. She'd be about like the buffoon we currently have.

    The buffoon we currently have is 100% better than the buffoon he replaced.
    As she would have been.

    Keep deluding yourself into thinking Trump wasn’t a straight up authoritarian if not fascist. The guy told John Kelly he wanted generals totally loyal to him like (he thought) Hitler’s generals were.

    Hillary would never have behaved that way.

    —-
    “I don’t give a shit anymore, I want a yes-man!” — Donald Trump on selection of his chief of staff.


    She'd convince them to take their own lives.

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  • From Michael Falkner@21:1/5 to xyzzy on Mon Aug 8 10:40:14 2022
    On Monday, August 8, 2022 at 8:23:08 AM UTC-7, xyzzy wrote:

    Keep deluding yourself into thinking Trump wasn’t a straight up authoritarian if not fascist. The guy told John Kelly he wanted generals totally loyal to him like (he thought) Hitler’s generals were.

    You forget on a very fundamental basis that there are many in America who actually supported Hitler then, and believe we need a Hitler now to not only reinstitute law and order, but also to get this country back in check demographically.

    Mike

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  • From TE@21:1/5 to xyzzy on Mon Aug 8 18:22:25 2022
    On Monday, August 8, 2022 at 11:23:08 AM UTC-4, xyzzy wrote:
    Ken Olson <kol...@freedomnet.org> wrote:
    On 8/4/2022 1:00 AM, unclejr wrote:
    On Wednesday, August 3, 2022 at 11:03:05 PM UTC-5, Ken Olson wrote:
    On 8/3/2022 6:52 PM, marika wrote:
    On Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 7:16:51 PM UTC-5, TE wrote:
    On Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 10:04:54 PM UTC-4, RoddyMcCorley wrote: >>>>>> On 6/29/2022 6:07 PM, Eric Ramon wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the >>>>>>> internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a >>>>>>> situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like >>>>>>> I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" >>>>>>> Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life". >>>>>>>
    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to >>>>>>> be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a >>>>>>> Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of >>>>>>> them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.

    Hillary might have been a decent POTUS and had she won we would have >>>>>> avoided the shitstorm of the past six or so years. But she and her party
    were smug and thought they were entitled to the oval office. They effed up.
    Well, the GOP was anti-smug. If the leadership thought that Trump

    One fat crook who didn't "keep our honor clean"

    mk5000

    I love the Cowboys but I like New Orleans cause I could either be a >>>> Saint or a bounty hunter--

    URLtv – Swamp Vs. Your Honor
    Thank the gods that HRC isn't or never became POTUS.

    She would've been 100% better than the buffoon we actually got in 2016.

    Keep deluding yourself. She'd be about like the buffoon we currently have.

    The buffoon we currently have is 100% better than the buffoon he replaced. As she would have been.

    Keep deluding yourself into thinking Trump wasn’t a straight up authoritarian if not fascist. The guy told John Kelly he wanted generals totally loyal to him like (he thought) Hitler’s generals were.

    Hillary would never have behaved that way.

    You mean Hillary wouldn't have been involved with something like framing a
    US president as a Russian spy? She wouldn't have been involved with US security agencies to prevent a free and fair election? No coup for her, right?

    Well, one thing she would have NEVER done is claim that the election
    was 'stolen.' Cuz that's a BIG LIE and only Trump would do that.

    Trump decreased the power of government over the people. Biden has
    increased it. Show trials, prime-time televised no less, arresting political opponents, early morning raids on old men and the IRS is meg-expanding.
    Trump was, and is, the anti-fascist, Biden and his elk are the fascists.

    -TE

    “Actions are held to be good or bad, not on their own merits but according to who does
    them, and there is almost no kind of outrage … which does not change its moral when
    it is committed by ‘our side.’”
    -George Orwell, 1945

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  • From Eric Ramon@21:1/5 to All on Mon Aug 8 20:02:25 2022
    On Monday, August 8, 2022 at 6:22:27 PM UTC-7, TE wrote:
    On Monday, August 8, 2022 at 11:23:08 AM UTC-4, xyzzy wrote:
    Ken Olson <kol...@freedomnet.org> wrote:
    On 8/4/2022 1:00 AM, unclejr wrote:
    On Wednesday, August 3, 2022 at 11:03:05 PM UTC-5, Ken Olson wrote:
    On 8/3/2022 6:52 PM, marika wrote:
    On Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 7:16:51 PM UTC-5, TE wrote:
    On Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 10:04:54 PM UTC-4, RoddyMcCorley wrote:
    On 6/29/2022 6:07 PM, Eric Ramon wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the >>>>>>> internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a >>>>>>> situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like
    I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" >>>>>>> Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life". >>>>>>>
    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to >>>>>>> be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a >>>>>>> Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of >>>>>>> them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.

    Hillary might have been a decent POTUS and had she won we would have
    avoided the shitstorm of the past six or so years. But she and her party
    were smug and thought they were entitled to the oval office. They effed up.
    Well, the GOP was anti-smug. If the leadership thought that Trump >>>>
    One fat crook who didn't "keep our honor clean"

    mk5000

    I love the Cowboys but I like New Orleans cause I could either be a >>>> Saint or a bounty hunter--

    URLtv – Swamp Vs. Your Honor
    Thank the gods that HRC isn't or never became POTUS.

    She would've been 100% better than the buffoon we actually got in 2016.

    Keep deluding yourself. She'd be about like the buffoon we currently have.

    The buffoon we currently have is 100% better than the buffoon he replaced. As she would have been.

    Keep deluding yourself into thinking Trump wasn’t a straight up authoritarian if not fascist. The guy told John Kelly he wanted generals totally loyal to him like (he thought) Hitler’s generals were.

    Hillary would never have behaved that way.
    You mean Hillary wouldn't have been involved with something like framing a US president as a Russian spy? She wouldn't have been involved with US security agencies to prevent a free and fair election? No coup for her, right?

    Well, one thing she would have NEVER done is claim that the election
    was 'stolen.' Cuz that's a BIG LIE and only Trump would do that.

    Trump decreased the power of government over the people. Biden has
    increased it. Show trials, prime-time televised no less, arresting political opponents, early morning raids on old men and the IRS is meg-expanding. Trump was, and is, the anti-fascist, Biden and his elk are the fascists.

    -TE

    “Actions are held to be good or bad, not on their own merits but according to who does
    them, and there is almost no kind of outrage … which does not change its moral when
    it is committed by ‘our side.’”
    -George Orwell, 1945

    here's what I don't get about partisans. All politicians lie. I've said here many times the "Russia did it!" about 2016 was a ridiculous charade designed to protect Hillary's ego. And "the 2020 election was stolen!" is just as stupid, and just as much to
    protect Trump's ego.

    Why do partisans focus on "the other one"? Why don't they say "yep, you're right. Our candidate is/was a crooked liar..., too"

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  • From Ken Olson@21:1/5 to All on Tue Aug 9 00:43:21 2022
    On 8/8/2022 9:22 PM, TE wrote:
    On Monday, August 8, 2022 at 11:23:08 AM UTC-4, xyzzy wrote:
    Ken Olson <kol...@freedomnet.org> wrote:
    On 8/4/2022 1:00 AM, unclejr wrote:
    On Wednesday, August 3, 2022 at 11:03:05 PM UTC-5, Ken Olson wrote:
    On 8/3/2022 6:52 PM, marika wrote:
    On Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 7:16:51 PM UTC-5, TE wrote:
    On Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 10:04:54 PM UTC-4, RoddyMcCorley wrote: >>>>>>>> On 6/29/2022 6:07 PM, Eric Ramon wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the >>>>>>>>> internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a >>>>>>>>> situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like >>>>>>>>> I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" >>>>>>>>> Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life". >>>>>>>>>
    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to >>>>>>>>> be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a >>>>>>>>> Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of >>>>>>>>> them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.

    Hillary might have been a decent POTUS and had she won we would have >>>>>>>> avoided the shitstorm of the past six or so years. But she and her party
    were smug and thought they were entitled to the oval office. They effed up.
    Well, the GOP was anti-smug. If the leadership thought that Trump >>>>>>
    One fat crook who didn't "keep our honor clean"

    mk5000

    I love the Cowboys but I like New Orleans cause I could either be a >>>>>> Saint or a bounty hunter--

    URLtv – Swamp Vs. Your Honor
    Thank the gods that HRC isn't or never became POTUS.

    She would've been 100% better than the buffoon we actually got in 2016. >>>
    Keep deluding yourself. She'd be about like the buffoon we currently have.

    The buffoon we currently have is 100% better than the buffoon he replaced. >> As she would have been.

    Keep deluding yourself into thinking Trump wasn’t a straight up
    authoritarian if not fascist. The guy told John Kelly he wanted generals
    totally loyal to him like (he thought) Hitler’s generals were.

    Hillary would never have behaved that way.

    You mean Hillary wouldn't have been involved with something like framing a
    US president as a Russian spy? She wouldn't have been involved with US security agencies to prevent a free and fair election? No coup for her, right?

    Well, one thing she would have NEVER done is claim that the election
    was 'stolen.' Cuz that's a BIG LIE and only Trump would do that.

    Trump decreased the power of government over the people. Biden has
    increased it. Show trials, prime-time televised no less, arresting political opponents, early morning raids on old men and the IRS is meg-expanding.
    Trump was, and is, the anti-fascist, Biden and his elk are the fascists.

    -TE

    “Actions are held to be good or bad, not on their own merits but according to who does
    them, and there is almost no kind of outrage … which does not change its moral when
    it is committed by ‘our side.’”
    -George Orwell, 1945

    +1

    --
    ÄLSKAR - Fänga Dagen

    Слава Україні та НАТО

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  • From marika@21:1/5 to xyzzy on Tue Aug 9 18:46:51 2022
    On Monday, August 8, 2022 at 10:23:08 AM UTC-5, xyzzy wrote:
    Ken Olson <kol...@freedomnet.org> wrote:
    On 8/4/2022 1:00 AM, unclejr wrote:
    On Wednesday, August 3, 2022 at 11:03:05 PM UTC-5, Ken Olson wrote:
    On 8/3/2022 6:52 PM, marika wrote:
    On Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 7:16:51 PM UTC-5, TE wrote:
    On Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 10:04:54 PM UTC-4, RoddyMcCorley wrote: >>>>>> On 6/29/2022 6:07 PM, Eric Ramon wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the >>>>>>> internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a >>>>>>> situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like >>>>>>> I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" >>>>>>> Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life". >>>>>>>
    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to >>>>>>> be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a >>>>>>> Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of >>>>>>> them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.

    Hillary might have been a decent POTUS and had she won we would have >>>>>> avoided the shitstorm of the past six or so years. But she and her party
    were smug and thought they were entitled to the oval office. They effed up.
    Well, the GOP was anti-smug. If the leadership thought that Trump

    One fat crook who didn't "keep our honor clean"

    mk5000

    I love the Cowboys but I like New Orleans cause I could either be a >>>> Saint or a bounty hunter--

    URLtv – Swamp Vs. Your Honor
    Thank the gods that HRC isn't or never became POTUS.

    She would've been 100% better than the buffoon we actually got in 2016.

    Keep deluding yourself. She'd be about like the buffoon we currently have.
    The buffoon we currently have is 100% better than the buffoon he replaced. As she would have been.

    Keep deluding yourself into thinking Trump wasn’t a straight up authoritarian if not fascist. The guy told John Kelly he wanted generals totally loyal to him like (he thought) Hitler’s generals were.

    This is probably where Kelly said to get a lawyer

    mk5000

    I'll understand if you're not feeling well enough to write
    I'll understand if you've got way too many things to do
    you see I've been sitting here for an hour trying to finish what I started
    Now it seems every line gets harder and never really write out what I wanna say--STRUNG OUT
    "Satellite"

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  • From marika@21:1/5 to Michael Falkner on Tue Aug 9 18:50:52 2022
    On Monday, August 8, 2022 at 12:40:16 PM UTC-5, Michael Falkner wrote:
    On Monday, August 8, 2022 at 8:23:08 AM UTC-7, xyzzy wrote:

    Keep deluding yourself into thinking Trump wasn’t a straight up authoritarian if not fascist. The guy told John Kelly he wanted generals totally loyal to him like (he thought) Hitler’s generals were.
    You forget on a very fundamental basis that there are many in America who actually supported Hitler then, and believe we need a Hitler now to not only reinstitute law and order, but also to get this country back in check demographically.

    Mike

    Wut?

    mk5000

    I notice my fingers start to tremble
    I feel butterflies that meet
    with knees that are much too weak for standing
    and lungs that can barely breathe--UNSUNG ZEROS
    "The Best Time"

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  • From marika@21:1/5 to Ken Olson on Tue Aug 9 18:48:52 2022
    On Monday, August 8, 2022 at 10:49:39 AM UTC-5, Ken Olson wrote:
    On 8/8/2022 11:23 AM, xyzzy wrote:
    Ken Olson <kol...@freedomnet.org> wrote:
    On 8/4/2022 1:00 AM, unclejr wrote:
    On Wednesday, August 3, 2022 at 11:03:05 PM UTC-5, Ken Olson wrote:
    On 8/3/2022 6:52 PM, marika wrote:
    On Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 7:16:51 PM UTC-5, TE wrote:
    On Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 10:04:54 PM UTC-4, RoddyMcCorley wrote:
    On 6/29/2022 6:07 PM, Eric Ramon wrote:
    from here and from facebook and various chat groups around the >>>>>>>> internet, people lose their reasoning abilities when there's a >>>>>>>> situation or an outcome that doesn't fit their bias.

    People forget to ask "what if?" Like say you're an Angels fan (like >>>>>>>> I am). "If you try to hit Trout in the head you're asking for it!" >>>>>>>> Or if you're a Mariners fan, "Nevin should be banned for life". >>>>>>>>
    Or if you're a Democrat, "Hillary could never have lost. It had to >>>>>>>> be because of Bernie, or Jill Stein, or Russians". Or if you're a >>>>>>>> Republican, "The Dems must have brought in additional suitcases full of votes".

    People just seem to lose perspective, ignore what's in front of >>>>>>>> them, twist the obvious, in order to conclude that they were right all along.

    Hillary might have been a decent POTUS and had she won we would have >>>>>>> avoided the shitstorm of the past six or so years. But she and her party
    were smug and thought they were entitled to the oval office. They effed up.
    Well, the GOP was anti-smug. If the leadership thought that Trump >>>>>
    One fat crook who didn't "keep our honor clean"

    mk5000

    I love the Cowboys but I like New Orleans cause I could either be a >>>>> Saint or a bounty hunter--

    URLtv – Swamp Vs. Your Honor
    Thank the gods that HRC isn't or never became POTUS.

    She would've been 100% better than the buffoon we actually got in 2016. >>
    Keep deluding yourself. She'd be about like the buffoon we currently have.

    The buffoon we currently have is 100% better than the buffoon he replaced. As she would have been.

    Keep deluding yourself into thinking Trump wasn’t a straight up authoritarian if not fascist. The guy told John Kelly he wanted generals totally loyal to him like (he thought) Hitler’s generals were.

    Hillary would never have behaved that way.

    —-
    “I don’t give a shit anymore, I want a yes-man!” — Donald Trump on selection of his chief of staff.

    She'd convince them to take their own lives.
    --


    Geez us

    mk5000

    Here's a nice ballad, like the six thousand others.
    It's a love song again, it'll probably get covered.
    No, the drums don't come in yet, that's in three bars time.
    It's just me and the piano, and this sweet lullaby.--PETER AND THE TEST TUBE BABIES
    "All About Love"

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  • From Michael Falkner@21:1/5 to marika on Thu Aug 11 10:32:52 2022
    On Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 6:50:54 PM UTC-7, marika wrote:
    On Monday, August 8, 2022 at 12:40:16 PM UTC-5, Michael Falkner wrote:

    You forget on a very fundamental basis that there are many in America who actually supported Hitler then, and believe we need a Hitler now to not only reinstitute law and order, but also to get this country back in check demographically.

    Wut?

    Exactly what I said.

    Mike

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  • From floaterjr@21:1/5 to Michael Falkner on Thu Aug 11 12:24:13 2022
    On Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 1:32:54 PM UTC-4, Michael Falkner wrote:
    On Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 6:50:54 PM UTC-7, marika wrote:
    On Monday, August 8, 2022 at 12:40:16 PM UTC-5, Michael Falkner wrote:

    You forget on a very fundamental basis that there are many in America who actually supported Hitler then, and believe we need a Hitler now to not only reinstitute law and order, but also to get this country back in check demographically.
    Wut?

    Exactly what I said.

    Mike
    Trump has Jewish grandchildren ya moron

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  • From Eric Ramon@21:1/5 to floaterjr on Thu Aug 11 12:32:38 2022
    On Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 12:24:15 PM UTC-7, floaterjr wrote:
    On Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 1:32:54 PM UTC-4, Michael Falkner wrote:
    On Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 6:50:54 PM UTC-7, marika wrote:
    On Monday, August 8, 2022 at 12:40:16 PM UTC-5, Michael Falkner wrote:

    You forget on a very fundamental basis that there are many in America who actually supported Hitler then, and believe we need a Hitler now to not only reinstitute law and order, but also to get this country back in check demographically.
    Wut?

    Exactly what I said.

    Mike
    Trump has Jewish grandchildren ya moron

    don't make the mistake of thinking Nazi types are all about hating Jews. They're all about hating some group or another. Liberals, for instance.

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  • From floaterjr@21:1/5 to Eric Ramon on Thu Aug 11 13:39:58 2022
    On Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 3:32:40 PM UTC-4, Eric Ramon wrote:
    On Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 12:24:15 PM UTC-7, floaterjr wrote:
    On Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 1:32:54 PM UTC-4, Michael Falkner wrote:
    On Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 6:50:54 PM UTC-7, marika wrote:
    On Monday, August 8, 2022 at 12:40:16 PM UTC-5, Michael Falkner wrote:

    You forget on a very fundamental basis that there are many in America who actually supported Hitler then, and believe we need a Hitler now to not only reinstitute law and order, but also to get this country back in check demographically.
    Wut?

    Exactly what I said.

    Mike
    Trump has Jewish grandchildren ya moron
    don't make the mistake of thinking Nazi types are all about hating Jews. They're all about hating some group or another. Liberals, for instance.
    Hillary's "Deplorable" just wasn't strong enough was it. No one can disagreement with you can they? Because then your hung with your litany of labels that is just your c__p. The spreading mistrust in American institutions the fault of people like FBI's
    Wray. https://twitter.com/LennyDykstra/status/1557449719382786048?s=20&t=nof4NTBJMgrwgqd1axd2gA

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  • From Eric Ramon@21:1/5 to floaterjr on Thu Aug 11 16:10:28 2022
    On Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 1:40:00 PM UTC-7, floaterjr wrote:
    On Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 3:32:40 PM UTC-4, Eric Ramon wrote:
    On Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 12:24:15 PM UTC-7, floaterjr wrote:
    On Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 1:32:54 PM UTC-4, Michael Falkner wrote:
    On Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 6:50:54 PM UTC-7, marika wrote:
    On Monday, August 8, 2022 at 12:40:16 PM UTC-5, Michael Falkner wrote:

    You forget on a very fundamental basis that there are many in America who actually supported Hitler then, and believe we need a Hitler now to not only reinstitute law and order, but also to get this country back in check demographically.
    Wut?

    Exactly what I said.

    Mike
    Trump has Jewish grandchildren ya moron
    don't make the mistake of thinking Nazi types are all about hating Jews. They're all about hating some group or another. Liberals, for instance.
    Hillary's "Deplorable" just wasn't strong enough was it. No one can disagreement with you can they? Because then your hung with your litany of labels that is just your c__p. The spreading mistrust in American institutions the fault of people like FBI's
    Wray.
    https://twitter.com/LennyDykstra/status/1557449719382786048?s=20&t=nof4NTBJMgrwgqd1axd2gA

    whatever that means, I'm sure I disagree.

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  • From TE@21:1/5 to Eric Ramon on Thu Aug 11 16:25:57 2022
    On Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 3:32:40 PM UTC-4, Eric Ramon wrote:
    On Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 12:24:15 PM UTC-7, floaterjr wrote:
    On Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 1:32:54 PM UTC-4, Michael Falkner wrote:
    On Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 6:50:54 PM UTC-7, marika wrote:
    On Monday, August 8, 2022 at 12:40:16 PM UTC-5, Michael Falkner wrote:

    You forget on a very fundamental basis that there are many in America who actually supported Hitler then, and believe we need a Hitler now to not only reinstitute law and order, but also to get this country back in check demographically.
    Wut?

    Exactly what I said.

    Mike
    Trump has Jewish grandchildren ya moron

    don't make the mistake of thinking Nazi types are all about hating Jews. They're all about hating some group or another. Liberals, for instance.

    The list goes on...Catholics, conservatives, capitalists....and now that I reread my comment...the letter "C." A
    letter the Germans rarely use to start a word.

    We all know of Lindbergh's affection for the Reich, but FDR's admin had a few things positive
    to say about how the Nazi's handle the economy. After the Soviet-German pact a few radical
    unions supported Nazi Germany, interfering with the delivery of goods to Britain.

    -TE

    The family as we know it is an anti-queer factory for producing workers, rife with power asymmetries and violence,
    and the sole source of love, care, and protection against the brutalization of the police, the market, work, and racism,
    many of us have got.
    -The Nation, June 3, 2020

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  • From Michael Falkner@21:1/5 to floaterjr on Thu Aug 11 16:29:17 2022
    On Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 12:24:15 PM UTC-7, floaterjr wrote:

    Trump has Jewish grandchildren ya moron

    "I'm not a racist!! I have Black friends!!"

    That's the problem. Even if he did, you don't think that, in a pure-Hitler situation, he wouldn't kill THEM, and maybe even FIRST?

    Moron.

    Mike

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  • From Michael Falkner@21:1/5 to All on Thu Aug 11 16:30:19 2022
    On Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 4:25:59 PM UTC-7, TE wrote:

    The list goes on...Catholics, conservatives, capitalists....and now that I reread my comment...the letter "C." A
    letter the Germans rarely use to start a word.

    We all know of Lindbergh's affection for the Reich, but FDR's admin had a few things positive
    to say about how the Nazi's handle the economy. After the Soviet-German pact a few radical
    unions supported Nazi Germany, interfering with the delivery of goods to Britain.

    Much of the manufacturing circle of the country at the time admired him -- especially some of the early car manufacturers, just for one.

    Mike

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