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Just have to say, if people want to see some good dirt on Trump, watch The Daily Show with Trevor Noah from his Thursday episode, he nailed it. He brought up the Mick Mulvaney thing, but he also played a side by side video of Trump talking recently about the Kurds and trashing them and then another video from 2018 of Trump literally praising the Kurds the whole time, anyways it was a good watch to see how much of a hypocrite Trump is.

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5 hours ago, nuckin_futz said:

Rick Perry out.

 

 

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The only face on that card that didn’t make my stomach roll over was Melania, then I remembered her “I don’t really care, do you?” pullover.... 

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8 hours ago, nuckin_futz said:

Rick Perry out.

 

 

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Looks like Carson is the best shot at a bingo....pretty much every other line has someone who'll never leave.

 

Still, I really hope the bingo comes on the top line.....

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42 minutes ago, RUPERTKBD said:

Looks like Carson is the best shot at a bingo....pretty much every other line has someone who'll never leave.

 

Still, I really hope the bingo comes on the top line.....


Coincidence? It is the only square on that card would actually be a double bingo.

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46 minutes ago, NewbieCanuckFan said:

Bone Spurs pulls out....sounds like a Vivid Porn Parody video.:P

It's really too bad that he didn't....

 

....at least for FF Jr. and Eric.....

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Trump's legal team is threatening to sue CNN....

 

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-cnn/trump-threatens-to-sue-cnn-seeks-substantial-payment-over-damages-letter-idUSKBN1WX2B1

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Lawyers for U.S. President Donald Trump and his re-election campaign have threatened in a letter to sue CNN for what they said was the network falsely advertising itself as a news organization, calling on executives to first discuss an “appropriate resolution” to the matter that would include a “substantial” payment to cover damages.

The letter, dated Oct. 16 and made public on Friday, is the latest threat by Trump to sue a media organization over what he sees as unfair media coverage since launching his 2016 presidential campaign, although no lawsuits have been filed.

“This is nothing more than a desperate PR stunt and doesn’t merit a response,” a CNN spokesman said in an email.

Rebecca Tushnet, a professor of false advertising law at Harvard Law School, said there was “no merit” to the letter’s legal arguments and that she doubted a lawsuit would ever be filed.

 

:rolleyes:

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34 minutes ago, Tortorella's Rant said:

Has he ever successfully sued anybody?

Not that I'm aware of...

 

I don't think this suit has a snowballs chance (in fact I think it's just posturing) but I'd love to see it make it to the courts, just to see fat boy lose again and have to pay court costs....

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Editors Note: This article was written by the wife of a Special Operations soldier, who has served throughout the Middle East. CNN is not revealing her identity at her request. The views expressed in this commentary are her own.

 

Dear Kurdish soldiers,

You don't know me, but I have known of you for most of my adult life. When my military husband and I quickly married, knowing he was deploying to the Middle East to be part of the 2003 invasion of Iraq, I feared what he and his Special Operations unit would face when they arrived.
 
How bad would the fighting be? How long would they be gone? Would he survive?
Months later, he returned and recounted to me what he could about his experience. I asked how he had made it through. He replied, "We had help. We had the Kurds."
He told me stories of how the Kurdish people in Northern Iraq supported the troops, advised them, stood by them, fought shoulder to shoulder with them in combat, and became allies and friends. And I became grateful -- immensely, unwaveringly, and forever grateful for you.
 
Since then, the word "Kurds" in my home has meant something. It has meant "ally" and "friendship."
 
There are pictures of Iraqi Kurds alongside my husband and fellow soldiers in our home. I have a coffee mug with depictions of female Syrian Kurdish soldiers on it that I proudly use to remind me of you. My children play soccer in their Kurdistan jerseys.
 
The Kurdish people are not nameless, faceless people across the world. You hold a place of honor and respect in our home. It's important to me that all of you know that. I owe you so much. My husband is home safe today after years of fighting and I know you helped make that happen.
 
But now, I watch the news in horror. I see promises broken, progress destroyed, years of hard work and unimaginable sacrifice gone in a tweet. I see allies betrayed, their faces in my picture frame. While watching the news, my children turn to me and ask if those are our friends and I say yes. They have looks of confusion on their faces.
I can't imagine what your families are going through. I can't imagine their fear. I can't imagine these things because for the last 17 years you have fought to help us keep an attack off our soil, and I know that has now compromised your safety. It breaks my heart.
 
Where I come from, a person's word means something. Our honor and integrity are everything, as I know yours are to you. To read in international newspapers that the United States, my country, has abandoned the Kurds is absolutely heartbreaking.
 
Hasty decisions like this have not only put your people in terrible danger, they make the situation for our soldiers there on the Syrian-Turkish border much more difficult. My husband was with you on that border not long ago and I can't imagine what our soldiers' families are feeling right now.
 
And it's not just safety. It's hard to imagine how difficult it is for American soldiers to hear a partner and ally's calls for help and not be allowed to answer them. It's also hard to imagine you having to turn to Putin or the Assad regime for support because you could no longer count on Americans to keep their promise.
I worry for the safety of you and your families. I worry about the instability of the region and what that could mean for the future. I worry about the thousands of ISIS fighters we worked so hard to put in prisons, and who you must walk away from as you defend yourselves. I can't imagine the threat that now poses for us all. I see the look on my husband's face when he watches the news at the end of the day. The only phrase that comes to mind is "I'm sorry."
 
I write you today, on behalf of my family, to say thank you for everything you have done for us. Thank you for your friendship, for keeping your word and fighting alongside us, for staying the course year after year. Thank you for keeping my husband safe so he could come back home to me and my children. You have my sincerest prayers today that you too may safely return to yours. Thank you to your families that sacrificed without you, so you could make this partnership happen.
 
I pray we return to your side, that we stand by you, and that this has not all been in vain.
 
Forever yours,
A Grateful Wife
Edited by RUPERTKBD
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So is Tulsi trying to steal some trump supporters with her crazy or is she trying to destroy any dem hopes from within? This one is tough to call. 

 

I do enjoy watching though hehe.

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Things just keep getting worse for Trump LOL

 

 

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