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lmao so how's "draining the swamp" working out America?
Posted 12/6/16 , edited 12/6/16


AHH I'm free. Now to take over these forums.

Do I even need to bother right now?

Yes. Because I do it for you, the reader. I can not stand fraud on my forums.

Right now, the current status of conservatism is: Ostrich



The entire world knows they got played and even they are starting to believe they got played.







Last week in Fraud Trump

-A former Goldman Sachs banker (whose father was also a Goldman Sachs banker), Hollywood movie producer, and hedge fund manager has been appointed head of the Treasury Department (http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/29/us/politics/steven-terner-mnuchin-trump-treasury-secretary.html)

-Donald Trump dined at Jean-Georges with a former private equity titan who is being considered for Secretary of State. https://twitter.com/AASchapiro/status/803782723357831168 , http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/29/us/politics/steven-terner-mnuchin-trump-treasury-secretary.html

-He has also met with the president of Goldman Sachs and the head of the world’s largest hedge fund http://www.wsj.com/articles/donald-trump-and-wall-street-make-up-quickly-1480465473)

-A billionaire distressed-debt investor has been selected to head the Commerce Department. (http://www.cnbc.com/2016/11/29/meet-wilbur-ross-trumps-expected-commerce-secretary-pick.html)

-He joins a fellow billionaire—an Amway heiress and major political donor—who will be running the Department of Education. She has been known for continually trying to siphon money away from public education and into private Christian education. (http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2016/11/education-secretary-betsy-devos-vouchers-michigan-trump)

-The new transportation secretary is the wife of the Senate majority leader. She was also George W. Bush’s labor secretary, and was so popular with her coworkers that they held a “good riddance” party when she left. She was vehemently anti-labor and anti-union and wasted a lot of money during her tenure investigating "corrupt" unions (which all turned out to not be corrupt) while improving literally nothing (http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/29/us/politics/elaine-chao-transportation-trump.html?ref=politics, http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/01/12/AR2009011203056.html

-Using corporate welfare, Donald Trump has managed to keep 1,000 jobs in Indiana, as the U.S. “has been losing more than 300,000 manufacturing jobs each year to overseas competition.” Never mind the fact that Carrier still has the option to move away those jobs to Mexico and also has authority to reduce pay on all 1000 jobs left in Indiana. Fantastic negotiating skills! (http://www.politico.com/story/2016/11/trump-reaches-deal-with-carrier-to-keep-some-jobs-in-indiana-231973)

-Access to Donald Trump, Mike Pence, their family members, and their cabinet secretaries can be purchased off a menu ($25k-$1 million) by wealthy donors to the Presidential Inaugural Committee. (http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/29/us/politics/inauguration-donald-trump-president.html?ref=politics)

I haven't even touched yet on Jeff Sessions, Steve Bannon, Reince Preibus.

Not to mention his pick for Homeland Security adviser, Sheriff David Clarke, who let dozens of prisoners die in prisons under his command and has no qualms about imprisoning millions of American citizens without due process in Guantanamo for "suspected terrorist activity," and he considers anyone protesting, peacefully or otherwise, Right-wing or Leftist, as a "potential terrorist."

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/11/who-is-in-president-trump-cabinet-231071

http://www.ibtimes.com/donald-trump-cabinet-anti-black-lives-matter-sheriff-david-clarke-eyed-department-2444808


Now, my dear readers, you will witness the favorite tool of conservatives - denial. They will, in this topic, pretend that this makes them happy. They are fine and happy that the worst cockroaches in the country will be given power and that the Fraud they voted for will let them run wild because he doesn't have any real intentions of leading.

Or, they will do their other favorite thing...



And just not post.
Posted 12/6/16
Dat salt

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Calm down, Trump isn't even in office yet.

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Calm down, Trump isn't even in office yet.



Aren't you the user who said he didn't vote because "hakuna matata?"
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Calm down, Trump isn't even in office yet.



Sure but his picks for the various offices so far have been pretty awful.

I voted against Trump but when he won I decided I would shrug it off and hope that he would surprise me again by being an OK president. Hell, maybe even be a good president if he had the right people around him to help out. The signs are not good so far.
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Dogempire wrote:

Calm down, Trump isn't even in office yet.



Aren't you the user who said he didn't vote because "hakuna matata?"


Probably, my state has been voting conservative for decades so it's not like it mattered.

Posted 12/6/16 , edited 1/9/17

Dogempire wrote:


KennethKenstar wrote:


Dogempire wrote:

Calm down, Trump isn't even in office yet.



Aren't you the user who said he didn't vote because "hakuna matata?"


Probably, my state has been voting conservative for decades so it's not like it mattered.






hakuna matata!

meanwhile...


Posted 12/6/16

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Dogempire wrote:

Calm down, Trump isn't even in office yet.



Sure but his picks for the various offices so far have been pretty awful.

I voted against Trump but when he won I decided I would shrug it off and hope that he would surprise me again by being an OK president. Hell, maybe even be a good president if he had the right people around him to help out. The signs are not good so far.


An intelligent answer. Many people were hoping that. Most of America. We were just relieved the election was over and maybe we'd stop hearing about it.

Then the news came out. Then the dread set in. 4 years of Fraud America.
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Posted 12/6/16

KennethKenstar wrote:


Dogempire wrote:


KennethKenstar wrote:


Dogempire wrote:

Calm down, Trump isn't even in office yet.



Aren't you the user who said he didn't vote because "hakuna matata?"


Probably, my state has been voting conservative for decades so it's not like it mattered.






hakuna matata!

meanwhile...




That's nice, but it's just your biases telling you to panic because oh no someone with a different opinion than your own was elected we're all gonna die.


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It's going damn good at the moment. He's not even been officially elected yet, and has this recount nonsense to deal with, no one's been confirmed yet and you're already passing judgment as to how effectively reforms can be made.

Signs? They're amazing at this point. Obama took 4 weeks to make his first cabinet appointment. Compare that to Trump. The man is moving, already getting the Carrier deal, and reversing Ford's decision to move certain manufacturing jobs to Mexico.

As to the people he's appointing? People who've been in a swamp usually know a heckuva a lot more about it and how to drain it than people living in the mountains or a desert. Many of the best defense lawyers got their start as prosecutors; they know everything about the other side. Not even in office, still more than a month away from inauguration, and you've already closed your mind. Mine is wide open.
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Posted 12/6/16

KennethKenstar wrote:


Dogempire wrote:


KennethKenstar wrote:


Dogempire wrote:


KennethKenstar wrote:


Dogempire wrote:

Calm down, Trump isn't even in office yet.



Aren't you the user who said he didn't vote because "hakuna matata?"


Probably, my state has been voting conservative for decades so it's not like it mattered.






hakuna matata!

meanwhile...




That's nice, but it's just your biases telling you to panic because oh no someone with a different opinion than your own was elected we're all gonna die.




I'm going to go easy on you. You don't belong in this topic. You didn't vote. You aren't educated enough to know what biases are. You didn't even read any of the links in this topic.

Why are you here?


1. A lot of people vote without knowing what they're voting for.

2. Good, but even if you didn't go easy on me it wouldn't do anything

3. I'm here for entertainment. I feel like I'm watching a pigeon try to play chess.
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Right now, the current status of liberalism is: Ostrich





Oh, BTW, fixed that for you. Very nice picture of a special snowflake attending one of America's institutions of higher learning. Oh, and fraud? When you're posting from Virginia, where good Clinton drone McCauliffe re-instated voting privleges for tens of thousands of incarcerated felons...which proved to be about the margin of victory in that state for Hillary? Irony deprivation is rampant amongst liberals.
Posted 12/6/16

lawdog wrote:

It's going damn good at the moment. He's not even been officially elected yet, and has this recount nonsense to deal with, no one's been confirmed yet and you're already passing judgment as to how effectively reforms can be made.

Signs? They're amazing at this point. Obama took 4 weeks to make his first cabinet appointment. Compare that to Trump.




http://www.dailykos.com/story/2016/10/30/1588817/-Trump-s-campaign-chair-tricked-him-into-meeting-Mike-Pence-by-pretending-Trump-s-jet-was-broken



Call me a physic, Crunchyroll. I knew they'd pretend this was fine.
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