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826.9508 » Fri May 31, 2019 7:56 pm


While you are at it, change Denver to “Closet Liberal dick grabber.” :idea:
Again with the dick grabbing. Bud. Just come out and live the life you want.
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Don’t be scared... TGB is a famously safe space.
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User avatar 827.MoralityULack » Fri May 31, 2019 8:01 pm

Probably every man alive has said similiar. Just isn't caught on tape like trump's gaffe. Hypocrites.
I haven't.

Nor have I ever groped a strange woman's genitals. And i have never put my hands on a familiar woman's genitals without well reciprocated foreplay.

Or had the urge too.

I don't understand what someone gets out of groping the genitals of a person who doesn't want it. It is complete social and sexual disfunction. A pariah that is too disgusting or incompetent to get a woman to willingly have sex with them so they violently abuse them against their will. Trump logic is "That woman didn't want me so I hurt her and made her feel trapped and helpless and got away with it. Im a big MAN !"

It is just a more perverted, violent and cruel variation on the pervasive petulant spoiled brat Trump tantrum.
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Trump got his deferments for the wrong thing. They shouldn't have been for his disappearing, imaginary bone spurs - they should have been for that yellow streak down his back. - Sen. Duckworth - Pilot who lost both legs in Iraq

828.PG. » Fri May 31, 2019 9:02 pm

Saying when you're rich and famous girls are available does not equate to the monster you describe.
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829.GFY » Fri May 31, 2019 9:14 pm

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Abortion has never about "choice" It's about escaping the consequences of your choices by taking all choices away from another human being.

User avatar 830.Denver-Gator » Fri May 31, 2019 9:20 pm

yes, what should happen to liars?
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User avatar 831.MoralityULack » Fri May 31, 2019 11:21 pm

Saying when you're rich and famous girls are available does not equate to the monster you describe.
Well over the last 20 years at least 23 women declined payoffs, braved lawsuits, threats from lawyers, death threats, threats of kidnaping and years of dismemberment and torture to say he gave them the unwanted treatment more in line with my characterization. Including following female employees into the bathroom, barging into the dressing room to ogle naked employees, severe beatings, ripping out hair, attempted rape, rape, child rape.....

How many caved to the threats or took the payoffs?
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Trump got his deferments for the wrong thing. They shouldn't have been for his disappearing, imaginary bone spurs - they should have been for that yellow streak down his back. - Sen. Duckworth - Pilot who lost both legs in Iraq

User avatar 832.MoralityULack » Fri May 31, 2019 11:39 pm

“Border security yes, tariffs no,” Graham wrote on Twitter on Jan. 26, 2017. The senator added that Mexico is one of the United States’ largest trading partners and new tariffs could create a “huge barrier” to economic growth.

In a follow-up tweet, the South Carolinian said that tariffs on Mexico would increase the costs for consumers on products imported into the United States, which he said would be “a big-time bad idea.”
On Thursday night, Trump tweeted his intention to impose a five percent tariff on all imports from Mexico starting June 10. And almost immediately, everyone but Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) lined up to tear holes in it.
“I support President Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on Mexico until they up their game to help us with our border disaster.”
WTF?

Some people postulated that Trump has something on Graham which seemed far fetched. But damn, is there no limit how low he will go? The pictures must be really good.
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Trump got his deferments for the wrong thing. They shouldn't have been for his disappearing, imaginary bone spurs - they should have been for that yellow streak down his back. - Sen. Duckworth - Pilot who lost both legs in Iraq

833.9508 » Sat Jun 01, 2019 12:19 am

Fuck this guy.



Blaming his staff....
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834.9508 » Sat Jun 01, 2019 12:21 am

Comic... Sans

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835.rampart » Sat Jun 01, 2019 6:51 pm

“Border security yes, tariffs no,” Graham wrote on Twitter on Jan. 26, 2017. The senator added that Mexico is one of the United States’ largest trading partners and new tariffs could create a “huge barrier” to economic growth.

In a follow-up tweet, the South Carolinian said that tariffs on Mexico would increase the costs for consumers on products imported into the United States, which he said would be “a big-time bad idea.”
On Thursday night, Trump tweeted his intention to impose a five percent tariff on all imports from Mexico starting June 10. And almost immediately, everyone but Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) lined up to tear holes in it.
“I support President Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on Mexico until they up their game to help us with our border disaster.”
WTF?

Some people postulated that Trump has something on Graham which seemed far fetched. But damn, is there no limit how low he will go? The pictures must be really good.
The southern dandy is reaching epic levels of toadiness these days, definitely got caught with his hand in the penis jar
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User avatar 836.MoralityULack » Sun Jun 02, 2019 3:59 am

Rhode Island bishop Thomas Tobin admonished Catholics in an inflammatory tweet Saturday not to support or attend any upcoming LGBTQ Pride Month events in June, warning that “activities” of the “culture” are “especially harmful for children.”
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Trump got his deferments for the wrong thing. They shouldn't have been for his disappearing, imaginary bone spurs - they should have been for that yellow streak down his back. - Sen. Duckworth - Pilot who lost both legs in Iraq

User avatar 837.Denver-Gator » Mon Jun 03, 2019 2:47 pm

Meanwhile, some idiot Texan is blocking a bi-partisan bill for disaster aid for the Florida Panhandle.
Texas House Republican Rep. Chip Roy blocked an attempt to pass the $19.1 billion disaster aid bill by unanimous consent, likely stalling passage of the legislation until Congress returns in June.

The Senate approved the measure Thursday 85-8 and House Democrats had hoped to rush the legislation through in a special session on Friday, skipping the regular voting process because lawmakers had already left town to begin a weeklong Memorial Day recess. The procedural vote required the consent of every House member, and Roy did not approve.

The Texas Republican objected to the bill because it "spends $19 billion of taxpayer money without members of Congress being present in our nation's Capitol to vote on it." He also said the package should include money for the Department of Homeland Security to address immigration issues at the southwest border.

Democrats expect to have enough votes to pass the legislation when Congress returns on June 3, but House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., called the intervention a "last-minute sabotage" of the bipartisan bill.

"Countless American families hit by devastating natural disasters across the country will now be denied the relief they urgently need," Pelosi said in a statement. "Every House Republican needs to answer to the American people why they are standing in the way of urgently needed disaster relief for families struggling to heal and recover."

The Senate reached an agreement on the legislation on Thursday after months of negotiations, including strong objections from President Trump over funding in the legislation for Puerto Rico.

The bill includes specific provisions to speed money to communities recovering from tornadoes, hurricanes, drought, volcanoes and other natural disasters. It earmarks $3 billion for farms, places that were hit by flooding in the South and Midwest; nearly $800 million for the Army Corps of Engineers for rebuilding and investigations; and more than $500 million for the Coast Guard.

The bill also includes $600 million in nutrition assistance for Puerto Rico and about $300 million for Community Development Block Grants for U.S. territory. The president had previously resisted sending additional money there, a stance that derailed talks on disaster funding in April.

Roy said the bill should also include money for federal agencies managing an influx of migrants arriving at the U.S. border with Mexico — a major priority for Trump.

The Senate decided not to include those funds because they proved too controversial and were holding up the broader agreement on disaster funding for communities hit by wildfires, tornadoes, drought, volcanoes and other natural events.

Trump said Thursday that he intended to support the legislation anyway.

Democrats plan to try again to use a procedural vote to pass the bill next Tuesday, but if Roy objects again, they plan to hold a full House vote on the bill when the House returns in early June after its Memorial Day break.
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838.9508 » Mon Jun 03, 2019 2:51 pm

Meanwhile, some idiot Texan is blocking a bi-partisan bill for disaster aid for the Florida Panhandle.
Texas House Republican Rep. Chip Roy blocked an attempt to pass the $19.1 billion disaster aid bill by unanimous consent, likely stalling passage of the legislation until Congress returns in June.

The Senate approved the measure Thursday 85-8 and House Democrats had hoped to rush the legislation through in a special session on Friday, skipping the regular voting process because lawmakers had already left town to begin a weeklong Memorial Day recess. The procedural vote required the consent of every House member, and Roy did not approve.

The Texas Republican objected to the bill because it "spends $19 billion of taxpayer money without members of Congress being present in our nation's Capitol to vote on it." He also said the package should include money for the Department of Homeland Security to address immigration issues at the southwest border.

Democrats expect to have enough votes to pass the legislation when Congress returns on June 3, but House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., called the intervention a "last-minute sabotage" of the bipartisan bill.

"Countless American families hit by devastating natural disasters across the country will now be denied the relief they urgently need," Pelosi said in a statement. "Every House Republican needs to answer to the American people why they are standing in the way of urgently needed disaster relief for families struggling to heal and recover."

The Senate reached an agreement on the legislation on Thursday after months of negotiations, including strong objections from President Trump over funding in the legislation for Puerto Rico.

The bill includes specific provisions to speed money to communities recovering from tornadoes, hurricanes, drought, volcanoes and other natural disasters. It earmarks $3 billion for farms, places that were hit by flooding in the South and Midwest; nearly $800 million for the Army Corps of Engineers for rebuilding and investigations; and more than $500 million for the Coast Guard.

The bill also includes $600 million in nutrition assistance for Puerto Rico and about $300 million for Community Development Block Grants for U.S. territory. The president had previously resisted sending additional money there, a stance that derailed talks on disaster funding in April.

Roy said the bill should also include money for federal agencies managing an influx of migrants arriving at the U.S. border with Mexico — a major priority for Trump.

The Senate decided not to include those funds because they proved too controversial and were holding up the broader agreement on disaster funding for communities hit by wildfires, tornadoes, drought, volcanoes and other natural events.

Trump said Thursday that he intended to support the legislation anyway.

Democrats plan to try again to use a procedural vote to pass the bill next Tuesday, but if Roy objects again, they plan to hold a full House vote on the bill when the House returns in early June after its Memorial Day break.
Read somewhere that the rebuilding of Tyndall is basically on hold right now because of this.
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User avatar 839.DocZaius » Mon Jun 03, 2019 2:52 pm

Volcanoes?
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840.evil gator » Mon Jun 03, 2019 2:54 pm

Fuck this guy.



Blaming his staff....
he has to be the worst candidate out of all 62 of them
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841.9508 » Mon Jun 03, 2019 2:57 pm

Fuck this guy.



Blaming his staff....
he has to be the worst candidate out of all 62 of them
He’s really really awful.
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842.9508 » Mon Jun 03, 2019 2:58 pm

Volcanoes?
Maybe some folks watched Volcano on TBS and felt ill after.
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843.evil gator » Mon Jun 03, 2019 2:58 pm

he's such a blithering fool compared to Bloomberg
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844.9508 » Mon Jun 03, 2019 4:07 pm

Well played RIP

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845.rampart » Mon Jun 03, 2019 4:15 pm

he's such a blithering fool compared to Bloomberg
The reactions of New Yorkers were pretty funny when he announced
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User avatar 846.RIP » Mon Jun 03, 2019 4:52 pm

Well played RIP

shit, I meant to post that earlier and forgot :lol:
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847.evil gator » Mon Jun 03, 2019 5:19 pm

euros and their plan view penises are pretty wonderful.
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User avatar 848.Denver-Gator » Mon Jun 03, 2019 5:32 pm

Volcanoes?
Probably Hawaii
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User avatar 849.DocZaius » Mon Jun 03, 2019 6:04 pm

Volcanoes?
Probably Hawaii
Now I feel dumb.

Well, dumber than usual.
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850.evil gator » Mon Jun 03, 2019 7:05 pm

Well played RIP

shit, I meant to post that earlier and forgot :lol:
ffs what is the point dude? DO YOUR JOB
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