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Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« Reply #10845 on: November 24, 2017, 05:03:19 PM »
77th time this year

78th time today with Tiger and Dustin Johnson.

Just incase this doesn't appear to register, that is a shit ton of golf. At 4-6 hours per round (not really including travel time or meals pre/post) it is a considerable amount of time. Compounded by the commentary and agenda in his presidential race directed at Obama and how he would not have time to play golf - it continues to show this man is a charlatan and he has no agenda for the American people, other than his own.

To break even at my golf course on the yearly cart fee as opposed to paying each time you go out - you have to play 62 rounds of golf per year to make it worth while. 62 rounds is a lot of golf for the average person holding down a career and most of us don't hit the value of the annual cart pass. 78 IS INCREDIBLE for arguably the most important person in the most important job in America. Rounds up to 1.7 rounds per week this year through 47 weeks. Beat that, Obama.

Get a life FFS! ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

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« Reply #10846 on: November 24, 2017, 05:05:13 PM »
Can't. Headed out for round 55. :D

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« Reply #10847 on: November 24, 2017, 05:11:47 PM »
Can't. Headed out for round 55. :D

Who do you think you are?  >:(

The President of the United States?

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« Reply #10848 on: November 24, 2017, 05:28:43 PM »
77th time this year

Get a life FFS! ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Did I say something that wasn't correct?

I would have no idea because Trump playing golf does not matter one iotato me, what should matter to you is your adopted country giving millions of taxpayer dollars to terrorists, not how much time a foreign leader spends playing golf!

Obama did the same thing but not one word from you about that Hurl.

Did Obama use vacations and golf as a political football during the campaign like Trump did? Did Obama criticize his predecessor, claiming that he “ wouldn’t have time for golf” once elected? Did Obama spent the years before he was elected constantly mocking (dozens of tweets) the sitting president for playing golf while X problem existed? Yet 10 months in, Trump and his admin are on target to far exceed anything that occurred under Obama with respect to golf or flights and trips at taxpayer expense.
Trump.is a fraud. He lambasted Obama for golfing. He does more. He attacked Al Franken over how he treated a woman. Grab them by the pussy. He told voters only he could fix the US. He has done nothing . Hopefully he will break the GOP.
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« Reply #10849 on: November 24, 2017, 09:29:23 PM »
77th time this year

Get a life FFS! ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Did I say something that wasn't correct?

I would have no idea because Trump playing golf does not matter one iotato me, what should matter to you is your adopted country giving millions of taxpayer dollars to terrorists, not how much time a foreign leader spends playing golf!

Obama did the same thing but not one word from you about that Hurl.

Did Obama use vacations and golf as a political football during the campaign like Trump did? Did Obama criticize his predecessor, claiming that he “ wouldn’t have time for golf” once elected? Did Obama spent the years before he was elected constantly mocking (dozens of tweets) the sitting president for playing golf while X problem existed? Yet 10 months in, Trump and his admin are on target to far exceed anything that occurred under Obama with respect to golf or flights and trips at taxpayer expense.
Trump.is a fraud. He lambasted Obama for golfing. He does more. He attacked Al Franken over how he treated a woman. Grab them by the pussy. He told voters only he could fix the US. He has done nothing . Hopefully he will break the GOP.

If you think one party rule is beneficial for anyone, take a look at whats happening in IL or CT.  Every Democracy needs a healthy opposition

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« Reply #10850 on: November 25, 2017, 09:15:14 AM »
77th time this year

Get a life FFS! ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Did I say something that wasn't correct?

I would have no idea because Trump playing golf does not matter one iotato me, what should matter to you is your adopted country giving millions of taxpayer dollars to terrorists, not how much time a foreign leader spends playing golf!

Obama did the same thing but not one word from you about that Hurl.

Did Obama use vacations and golf as a political football during the campaign like Trump did? Did Obama criticize his predecessor, claiming that he “ wouldn’t have time for golf” once elected? Did Obama spent the years before he was elected constantly mocking (dozens of tweets) the sitting president for playing golf while X problem existed? Yet 10 months in, Trump and his admin are on target to far exceed anything that occurred under Obama with respect to golf or flights and trips at taxpayer expense.
Trump.is a fraud. He lambasted Obama for golfing. He does more. He attacked Al Franken over how he treated a woman. Grab them by the pussy. He told voters only he could fix the US. He has done nothing . Hopefully he will break the GOP.

May as well hi because Clinton and her posse broke the democrats, maybe if the GOP goes the yanks will realise both partys are absolutely useless and a centralist party will emerge and grow.

Trump is brutal but I do not lay the fact he is getting less done at his door, when the GOP and the democrats are fighting you at every turn you are going to lose!

As bad as he is, and he is bad, Clinton would have been so much worse and all you poor petals hate the fact that your hateful leader got her arse handed to her in the last election, yet you simply blame Trump for your ills and at absolutely no point do you look to your own as to why you lost, please please please keep this up, you are as deluded as any liberals I have ever seen and I kind of dig it! :-*
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« Reply #10851 on: November 26, 2017, 05:31:44 AM »
Stew:
Was it a Democrat who done you out of playing corner forward for the Harps.
I am trying to figure out what made you so angry and that is the closest I am coming to a rational answer.

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« Reply #10852 on: November 26, 2017, 06:26:18 AM »
77th time this year

Get a life FFS! ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Did I say something that wasn't correct?

I would have no idea because Trump playing golf does not matter one iotato me, what should matter to you is your adopted country giving millions of taxpayer dollars to terrorists, not how much time a foreign leader spends playing golf!

Obama did the same thing but not one word from you about that Hurl.

Did Obama use vacations and golf as a political football during the campaign like Trump did? Did Obama criticize his predecessor, claiming that he “ wouldn’t have time for golf” once elected? Did Obama spent the years before he was elected constantly mocking (dozens of tweets) the sitting president for playing golf while X problem existed? Yet 10 months in, Trump and his admin are on target to far exceed anything that occurred under Obama with respect to golf or flights and trips at taxpayer expense.
Trump.is a fraud. He lambasted Obama for golfing. He does more. He attacked Al Franken over how he treated a woman. Grab them by the pussy. He told voters only he could fix the US. He has done nothing . Hopefully he will break the GOP.

If you think one party rule is beneficial for anyone, take a look at whats happening in IL or CT.  Every Democracy needs a healthy opposition
The GOP is dying.
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« Reply #10853 on: November 26, 2017, 02:10:49 PM »
Stew:
Was it a Democrat who done you out of playing corner forward for the Harps.
I am trying to figure out what made you so angry and that is the closest I am coming to a rational answer.

I have opinions on American politics, you know who I am, I have not a f**ks notion who you are, if you ever want to know anything about me just pm me!

I am not angry, I simply despise with all my heart what the left has done to America in the States, I am sick of transgender talk, the debt Obama put the country into, the middle east and ISIS as well as the liberal f**ks that run the sanctuary cities, I could go on and on.

I never played for the Harps seniors in corner forward because I was a back, I never played for the Hrps senior team for two reasons, i was not good enough and I preferred sawker and was much better at that than Gaelic.

I would be  a labour voter in England, not a single one of the f**kers on this Island north or south is worth voting for, in the States none of them are worth voting for either, that said a vote to deny Clinton was a vote well spent, even if that c**k Trump was the beneficiary!

Hope that answers your question anon!
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« Reply #10854 on: November 27, 2017, 05:57:30 AM »
Stew:
Thank you for the response.
Firstly.. I am not anonymous. My name, albeit slightly corrupted, is right there in the post.
We have actually communicated in the past.
Look, if I wasn’t a tired old man I would try to persuade you with factual evidence that Obama was a decent man who was screwed at every turn by the Ayn Rand brigade of “trickle down” BS artists who  are the real cause of ballooning the deficit and widening the income gap. The stuff that’s bringing the United States to it’s knees.
Smarter board contributors with more credibility than this old low energy lurker have been working on that for years to no avail.

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« Reply #10855 on: November 27, 2017, 06:24:21 AM »
Just in case anyone is confused about who the Ayn Rand brigade are
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« Reply #10856 on: November 27, 2017, 07:58:18 AM »
Stew:
Was it a Democrat who done you out of playing corner forward for the Harps.
I am trying to figure out what made you so angry and that is the closest I am coming to a rational answer.

I have opinions on American politics, you know who I am, I have not a f**ks notion who you are, if you ever want to know anything about me just pm me!

I am not angry, I simply despise with all my heart what the left has done to America in the States, I am sick of transgender talk, the debt Obama put the country into, the middle east and ISIS as well as the liberal f**ks that run the sanctuary cities, I could go on and on.

I never played for the Harps seniors in corner forward because I was a back, I never played for the Hrps senior team for two reasons, i was not good enough and I preferred sawker and was much better at that than Gaelic.

I would be  a labour voter in England, not a single one of the f**kers on this Island north or south is worth voting for, in the States none of them are worth voting for either, that said a vote to deny Clinton was a vote well spent, even if that c**k Trump was the beneficiary!

Hope that answers your question anon!

Stew

The richest 10% of Americans own 90% of everything.  Blame them. The Dems have been weak and craven. They sold their soul to the plutocrat 20 years ago  the GOP is even worse.
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« Reply #10857 on: November 27, 2017, 11:03:04 AM »
Stew:
Was it a Democrat who done you out of playing corner forward for the Harps.
I am trying to figure out what made you so angry and that is the closest I am coming to a rational answer.

I have opinions on American politics, you know who I am, I have not a f**ks notion who you are, if you ever want to know anything about me just pm me!

I am not angry, I simply despise with all my heart what the left has done to America in the States, I am sick of transgender talk, the debt Obama put the country into, the middle east and ISIS as well as the liberal f**ks that run the sanctuary cities, I could go on and on.

I never played for the Harps seniors in corner forward because I was a back, I never played for the Hrps senior team for two reasons, i was not good enough and I preferred sawker and was much better at that than Gaelic.

I would be  a labour voter in England, not a single one of the f**kers on this Island north or south is worth voting for, in the States none of them are worth voting for either, that said a vote to deny Clinton was a vote well spent, even if that c**k Trump was the beneficiary!

Hope that answers your question anon!

Stew

The richest 10% of Americans own 90% of everything.  Blame them. The Dems have been weak and craven. They sold their soul to the plutocrat 20 years ago  the GOP is even worse.

The bit in bold puzzles me.  Did Obama not inherit a large debt? 
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« Reply #10858 on: November 27, 2017, 11:09:06 AM »
Stew:
Was it a Democrat who done you out of playing corner forward for the Harps.
I am trying to figure out what made you so angry and that is the closest I am coming to a rational answer.

I have opinions on American politics, you know who I am, I have not a f**ks notion who you are, if you ever want to know anything about me just pm me!

I am not angry, I simply despise with all my heart what the left has done to America in the States, I am sick of transgender talk, the debt Obama put the country into, the middle east and ISIS as well as the liberal f**ks that run the sanctuary cities, I could go on and on.

I never played for the Harps seniors in corner forward because I was a back, I never played for the Hrps senior team for two reasons, i was not good enough and I preferred sawker and was much better at that than Gaelic.

I would be  a labour voter in England, not a single one of the f**kers on this Island north or south is worth voting for, in the States none of them are worth voting for either, that said a vote to deny Clinton was a vote well spent, even if that c**k Trump was the beneficiary!

Hope that answers your question anon!

Stew

The richest 10% of Americans own 90% of everything.  Blame them. The Dems have been weak and craven. They sold their soul to the plutocrat 20 years ago  the GOP is even worse.

The bit in bold puzzles me.  Did Obama not inherit a large debt?

He did . . . and Trump's new tax plan is adding $1.2tn to that debt but it's all Obama's fault!!

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« Reply #10859 on: November 27, 2017, 11:49:45 AM »
Stew:
Was it a Democrat who done you out of playing corner forward for the Harps.
I am trying to figure out what made you so angry and that is the closest I am coming to a rational answer.

I have opinions on American politics, you know who I am, I have not a f**ks notion who you are, if you ever want to know anything about me just pm me!

I am not angry, I simply despise with all my heart what the left has done to America in the States, I am sick of transgender talk, the debt Obama put the country into, the middle east and ISIS as well as the liberal f**ks that run the sanctuary cities, I could go on and on.

I never played for the Harps seniors in corner forward because I was a back, I never played for the Hrps senior team for two reasons, i was not good enough and I preferred sawker and was much better at that than Gaelic.

I would be  a labour voter in England, not a single one of the f**kers on this Island north or south is worth voting for, in the States none of them are worth voting for either, that said a vote to deny Clinton was a vote well spent, even if that c**k Trump was the beneficiary!

Hope that answers your question anon!

The transgender issue features first on your list of gripes?? Seriously? Advocacy for inclusiveness and accommodation for transgender people? THAT'S a major problem for you?? Do you wish they'd f**k off back into the closet?

Still harping on about the debt while ignoring the conditions that led to it and offering no alternative whatsoever as to what should have been done (and ignoring the GOP's latest reimbrace of deficit spending once they're back in power).

The Middle East/ISIS... I'm not saying Obama handled that particular powder keg very well, but no blame from you for the GOP and Bush for what they did in Iraq which led directly to ISIS? Put it this way, what should Obama have done differently? The Iraqis wanted them out. They agreed under Bush to get out. The US people wanted them out.

Sanctuary cities... what's your problem with that? Any stats to back up your problem? Do you think its better if illegal immigrants are afraid to go to or cooperate with the cops and other local authorities? Will THAT help public safety?