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Thursday, July 6, 2017

BK@Onramp.net: Jul 06 05:11PM -0500

When asked about Russian hacking said "nobody really knows" which
undercuts our intel's findings. Then blamed Obama for not doing
something about it. He doesn't even realize that's disputing himself,
and incorrect to boot. Obama responded to that info by starting the
serious intelligence probe, and telling Putin to "cut it out".
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Jul 06 03:24PM -0700

> something about it. He doesn't even realize that's disputing himself,
> and incorrect to boot. Obama responded to that info by starting the
> serious intelligence probe, and telling Putin to "cut it out".
 
Trump has flip-flopped on this a bunch of times now.
BK@Onramp.net: Jul 06 05:51PM -0500

On Thu, 6 Jul 2017 15:24:25 -0700, Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>
wrote:
 
>> and incorrect to boot. Obama responded to that info by starting the
>> serious intelligence probe, and telling Putin to "cut it out".
 
>Trump has flip-flopped on this a bunch of times now.
 
Not in this arena. Sure gives Putin some idea about how strong Trump
will be in their meeting.
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Jul 06 03:58PM -0700


>> Trump has flip-flopped on this a bunch of times now.
 
> Not in this arena. Sure gives Putin some idea about how strong Trump
> will be in their meeting.
 
Yes, actually:
 
From his January 11 press conference:
 
'But I read what was released, and I think it's a disgrace. I think it's
an absolute disgrace. As far as hacking, I think it was Russia...'
Dene <gdstrue@aol.com>: Jul 06 05:20PM -0700


> >Trump has flip-flopped on this a bunch of times now.
 
> Not in this arena. Sure gives Putin some idea about how strong Trump
> will be in their meeting.
 
You know that for certain? You think Trump has spent 40-50 years of wheeling/dealing, being weak in negotiations?
 
Perhaps he should just tell Putin to "cut it out" or bring a reset button.
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Jul 06 05:48PM -0700

On 2017-07-06 5:20 PM, Dene wrote:
 
>> Not in this arena. Sure gives Putin some idea about how strong Trump
>> will be in their meeting.
 
> You know that for certain? You think Trump has spent 40-50 years of wheeling/dealing, being weak in negotiations?
 
Yup.
 
 
> Perhaps he should just tell Putin to "cut it out" or bring a reset button.
 
Or maybe he'll whine for someone else to take care of his problems...
 
...like he did asking China and Japan to take care of North Korea:
 
'North Korea has just launched another missile. Does this guy have
anything better to do with his life? Hard to believe that South Korea...'
 
'...and Japan will put up with this much longer. Perhaps China will put
a heavy move on North Korea and end this nonsense once and for all!'
 
That's some real leadership!
BK@Onramp.net: Jul 06 08:28PM -0500

>> will be in their meeting.
 
>You know that for certain? You think Trump has spent 40-50 years of wheeling/dealing, being weak in negotiations?
 
>Perhaps he should just tell Putin to "cut it out" or bring a reset button.
 
Perhaps he doesn't have the balls when it comes to Putin. He very
surely showed a weak front as far as the hacking goes, and didn't do
himself any good with his intel agencies. He has no common sense.
-hh <recscuba_google@huntzinger.com>: Jul 06 06:30PM -0700

Greg writes:
> ...know that for certain? You think Trump has spent 40-50 years of wheeling/dealing, being weak in negotiations?
 
His "negotiation prowess" is very clearly documented by his multiple bankruptcies ...
 
As well as from the observation that he would be substantially richer today if he had done
no deals whatsoever and just put his inheritance into an index fund.
 
Hell, he can't even wrangle his own political party .. E.g. Pence had to cast a 51st vote in
the Senate because of defections...
 
In the meantime, Rick Perry claims that the law of Supply & Demand is that if you put the
supply out there, demand will follow.
 
-hh
Dene <gdstrue@aol.com>: Jul 06 06:38PM -0700

Perhaps he doesn't have the balls when it comes to Putin. He very
surely showed a weak front as far as the hacking goes, and didn't do
himself any good with his intel agencies. He has no common sense.
 
Perhaps you didn't read or watch Trump's Poland speech.
BK@Onramp.net: Jul 06 09:00PM -0500

>surely showed a weak front as far as the hacking goes, and didn't do
>himself any good with his intel agencies. He has no common sense.
 
>Perhaps you didn't read or watch Trump's Poland speech.
 
I did.
Dene <gdstrue@aol.com>: Jul 06 07:27PM -0700

>surely showed a weak front as far as the hacking goes, and didn't do
>himself any good with his intel agencies. He has no common sense.
 
>Perhaps you didn't read or watch Trump's Poland speech.
 
I did.
 
Yeah. It was a pansy speech.
 
What really happened is that he candidly answered a reporters questions. The Russians attempted to meddle into our election but they did not succeed. Not one vote on any voting machine was altered. Collusion has been revealed to be a BS story. Obama was aware of the Russians attempts in August and, as typical for him, did nothing about it until after the election. It's much ado about nothing.
 
What is pertinent. What is real news....is that there's a North Korean threat, along with Syria, Ukraine, and Crimea. Those are the real issues. Those will be discussed tomorrow in the limited time they have. Not CNN's or the Left's obsession with Russia Russia Russia and their excuse why the Dems lost the election; and/or was stupid enough to disclose an email password.
Carbon <nobrac@nospam.tampabay.rr.com>: Jul 06 10:34PM -0400

On 07/06/2017 08:20 PM, Dene wrote:
 
>> Not in this arena. Sure gives Putin some idea about how strong Trump
>> will be in their meeting.
 
> You know that for certain? You think Trump has spent 40-50 years of wheeling/dealing, being weak in negotiations?
 
Of course. Trump inherited a mountain of money which he immediately pissed away through his own incompetence. It's been smoke and mirrors ever since.
 
 
> Perhaps he should just tell Putin to "cut it out" or bring a reset button.

I would be very surprised if Putin wasn't the richest man in the world.
BK@Onramp.net: Jul 06 10:00PM -0500


>I did.
 
>Yeah. It was a pansy speech.
 
>What really happened is that he candidly answered a reporters questions. The Russians attempted to meddle into our election but they did not succeed. Not one vote on any voting machine was altered.
 
That was never even suggested.
 
 
> Collusion has been revealed to be a BS story.
 
You're FOS Greg. Nothing of the kind has been revealed. The
committee is still in operation and you know it.
 
>\Obama was aware of the Russians attempts in August and, as typical for him, did nothing about it until after the election.
 
Don't you ever listen? When he was told about the possibility of
hacking he put the intelligence agencies on the problem...he started
the investigation. He also told Putin to stop it. But you fail to
remember those little facts. Anything to make Trump look better, but
it just won't work. He has been a nothing President for six months
and will continue because he's incompetent.
 
>It's much ado about nothing.
 
Terrible spin.....if you don't see it it's because you just fail to.
It's apparent to millions.
 
>What is pertinent. What is real news....is that there's a North Korean threat, along with Syria, Ukraine, and Crimea. Those are the real issues. Those will be discussed tomorrow in the limited time they have.
 
I hope so, but that remains to be seen.
 
>Not CNN's or the Left's obsession with Russia Russia Russia and their excuse why the Dems lost the election; and/or was stupid enough to disclose an email password.
 
CNN is not a movement it's a news agency and they haven't made any
excuses at all. You can keep looking the other way, but it doesn't
change facts. Trump is a terrible person, and president. I don't
understand what you see in him or why you excuse his obvious gaffes
and faults.
BK@Onramp.net: Jul 06 10:01PM -0500

On Thu, 6 Jul 2017 22:34:16 -0400, Carbon
 
>Of course. Trump inherited a mountain of money which he immediately pissed away through his own incompetence. It's been smoke and mirrors ever since.
 
>> Perhaps he should just tell Putin to "cut it out" or bring a reset button.
 
>I would be very surprised if Putin wasn't the richest man in the world.
 
Bill Gates on line one. :-)
Dene <gdstrue@aol.com>: Jul 06 08:06PM -0700

On 07/06/2017 08:20 PM, Dene wrote:
 
>> Not in this arena. Sure gives Putin some idea about how strong Trump
>> will be in their meeting.
 
> You know that for certain? You think Trump has spent 40-50 years of wheeling/dealing, being weak in negotiations?
 
Of course. Trump inherited a mountain of money which he immediately pissed away through his own incompetence. It's been smoke and mirrors ever since.
 
He turned millions into billions. Of course that's anathema to a socialist.
 
> Perhaps he should just tell Putin to "cut it out" or bring a reset button.

I would be very surprised if Putin wasn't the richest man in the world.
 
Who cares?
"DumbedDownUSA" <dumb.america@gmail.com>: Jul 06 09:39PM

Moderate wrote:
 
> I don't read Info Wars anyway. I followed a link to the meme which
> is hysterical.
 
Kinda confirms what most people say/think about you.
 
I mean it's not exactly satire. Okay supporters casting Trump as a dumb
ape is a little amusing but most is pretty much low grade juvenile
stuff... at least in the first two minutes and I can't imagine any self
respecting intelligent person getting further.
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Jul 06 02:48PM -0700

On 2017-07-06 2:45 PM, Moderate wrote:
>> stuff... at least in the first two minutes and I can't imagine any self
>> respecting intelligent person getting further.
 
> You wouldn't have any idea what an intelligent person thinks.
 
Certainly, he won't learn anything about it from you...
Carbon <nobrac@nospam.tampabay.rr.com>: Jul 06 10:54PM -0400

> Oklahoma City bombing, the September 11 attacks and the filming of
> fake Moon landings to hide NASA's secret technology".
 
> What a guy! A hero of yours obviously.

 
To be fair, Jones is also a crook. But like Trump, he does know his fans are largely incapable of reason. So right on the front page of infowars.com there's an ad for Inforwars(tm) DNA FORCE, an advanced formula of who gives a shit just shut up and buy it. The best part? 875 reviews with an average rating of 4.8 out of 5.
 
These retards, these Trump supporters, are too stupid to figure out that they're being had.
Moderate <nospam@noemail.com>: Jul 06 04:45PM -0500

> ape is a little amusing but most is pretty much low grade juvenile
> stuff... at least in the first two minutes and I can't imagine any self
> respecting intelligent person getting further.
 
You wouldn't have any idea what an intelligent person thinks.
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Moderate <nospam@noemail.com>: Jul 06 05:06PM -0500

> On Thursday, July 6, 2017 at 5:13:12 PM UTC-4, Dene wrote:
...
 
> Nobody is circle-jerking about the stupidity of people who misinterpreted
> a passage from the Declaration of Independence. And nobody cares
> whether you "get in the middle of it" or not.
 
Pivot man.
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Moderate <nospam@noemail.com>: Jul 06 09:19PM -0500


> Now for those who claim that they don't care, then prove it by sending me $20.
> Use cash & mail it to my domain's ICANN address; await further instructions.
 
> -hh
 
Where is your evidence that retweeting something in the public
domain is stealing?
 
In your head?
--
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Jul 06 02:33PM -0700

On 2017-07-06 9:54 AM, Moderate wrote:
 
> Wrong dumbass. It did not originate from Donald Trump Jr. It is
> likely CNN blamed the wrong person anyway. They are such
> scumbags.
 
You realize this stuff is easily checked, right?
 
Well... ...those of us of at least normal intelligence can check it.
You... ...who knows?
 
'So I guess they weren't effective threatening the admin so they go
after & bully a 15 y/o? Seems in line w their "standards" #CNNBlackmail'
 
<https://twitter.com/DonaldJTrumpJr/status/882572743648169984>
 
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Jul 06 02:35PM -0700

On 2017-07-06 2:13 PM, Dene wrote:
> Free country. Free forum...which means...
> ...if you lefties want to circle jerk about this non-issue, be my guest.
> Just don't expect me to get in the middle of it.
 
Isn't it amazing how you complain about how liberals are engaging
regarding this "non-issue"...
 
...while ignoring that Trump is engaging in this sort of thing ALL THE TIME?
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Jul 06 02:36PM -0700

On 2017-07-06 3:24 AM, Moderate wrote:
> Trump retweeted. CNB finds this kid in three hours, yet they
> still haven't found a single credible source for collusion in 8
> months.
 
No, doofus.
 
CNN is NOT threatening a 15 year old...
 
...because there was no threat...
 
...and the creator isn't 15.
"John B." <johnb505@gmail.com>: Jul 06 03:04PM -0700

On Thursday, July 6, 2017 at 5:13:12 PM UTC-4, Dene wrote:
> Free country. Free forum...which means...
> ...if you lefties want to circle jerk about this non-issue, be my guest.
> Just don't expect me to get in the middle of it.
 
Noting the absence of threads in RSG about particular subjects is not my
idea of how to gauge people's interest in those subjects. I, for one,
don't come running here every time I see something in the news that piques
my interest.
 
Nobody is circle-jerking about the stupidity of people who misinterpreted
a passage from the Declaration of Independence. And nobody cares
whether you "get in the middle of it" or not.
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