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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: November 24, 2017, 01:09:02 PM »
77th time this year

Get a life FFS! ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
Aye and you would have voted for Bernie  ;D

Only because Clinton should be in prison and Trump was never a Republican and was never going to get much done given the fact he was almost as unpopular as Clinton!

Trump is now THE Republican.

It’s his party now.

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General discussion / Re: Donegal to become part of UK?
« on: November 23, 2017, 06:25:48 PM »
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Yep. Overlay land suitability for hill walking/sheep farming versus dairy and even arable farming and the point is driven home.

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General discussion / Re: Donegal to become part of UK?
« on: November 23, 2017, 02:46:18 PM »
The good land  parts !!

Big time. Definitely the case in south Donegal where I’m from.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: November 23, 2017, 02:45:18 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.

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GAA Discussion / Re: New Jerseys?
« on: November 22, 2017, 05:20:39 PM »
Nice kit, but the stars...?

Stars are always a nice touch in my opinion.

Maybe, but Tyrone with three, ourselves sticking two on, Derry one... is it not all a little “small time” when you have Kerry, Dublin and even the likes of Cork, Meath and Galway out there with nothing on their jersey?

It isn't small time winning an all Ireland and those teams deserve to be honoured in that way. Its a nice touch and symbolic. Chill out

I’m very chilled - it’s an academic argument which doesn’t really matter much.

And I didn’t say it was “small time” winning an All Ireland or that such achievements shouldn’t be honoured. I watch Donegal’s two wins regularly myself. I’d have no objections to statues of McEniff and McGuinness outside MacCumhaill Park someday or murals of Murphy, Manus Boyle and Karl Lacey etc. honoring the players. Whatever a county wants to do. Just not sure that putting a couple of stars on a jersey is the best approach when the most successful counties have nine or ten times as many.

I’d personally rather Donegal did not go down that road. Others are free to disagree.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: November 22, 2017, 04:25:44 PM »
And can't forget the very important round of golf

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Per pool, Trump has arrived at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach at 9:26AM.

Couldn’t give a shite about the golf per se. Any man, particularly one in a high pressure job, needs a break.

It’s the utter hypocrisy of Trump himself and all those conservatives who whined and cried for all those years about Obama’s golf and vacations.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: November 22, 2017, 02:30:21 PM »
I see Donnie d**khead focusing on the big issues this morning - that being Lavar Ball

Grist for the mill... his base will love it.

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GAA Discussion / Re: New Jerseys?
« on: November 22, 2017, 02:27:35 PM »
Nice kit, but the stars...?

Stars are always a nice touch in my opinion.

Maybe, but Tyrone with three, ourselves sticking two on, Derry one... is it not all a little “small time” when you have Kerry, Dublin and even the likes of Cork, Meath and Galway out there with nothing on their jersey?

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General discussion / Re: Donegal to become part of UK?
« on: November 22, 2017, 02:08:26 PM »
How often do you hear of people visiting Ireland and doing the circuit from Dublin to Kerry to Galway and back? The government has traditionally done little to promote Donegal as a tourist destination, whether it’s through simple access issues via road/rail or advertising or whatever. We’re slightly trendy now due to attention from international off-the-beaten-track-type hype and Star Wars, but how long will that last? Even during the height of the Celtic Tiger, unemployment was still high there. The border fucked Donegal for decades.

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General discussion / Re: Donegal to become part of UK?
« on: November 22, 2017, 11:50:33 AM »
Not saying his solution is in any way feasible, but he has certainly identified a problem with Donegal being the forgotten county by Irish governments over the years.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: November 22, 2017, 11:47:40 AM »
To the shock of no-one Trump comes out in support of Roy Moore

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BREAKING. Trump On Roy Moore race— “we don’t need a liberal democrat in that seat.”

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Trump: “Roy Moore denies it— that’s all I can say.”

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“He denies it. He totally denies it,” Trump on Roy Moore.

I heard it live....fvckin painful.

But why all of a sudden the change in course?

Hi Does he know something we don't know?

Don't be surprised if there's some big development here in the next few days

What, like a poll saying Moore is in big trouble? Or do you really think that all eight or nine women are going to be discredited? (we're still waiting on Trump's suit against his own 15 accusers). Is this the Trump playing 3-D chess thing again? ;D

Trump just doesn't think what Moore allegedly did is that big a deal and he isn't going to be told otherwise by any fake news media OR Mitch McConnell. He is telling us that a mainstream Democratic senator is worse than a hypocritical supposed religious zealot who stands accused of assaulting and harrassing teenagers, some as young as 14, while he was in his 30s.

Its good to know though that a mere denial of guilt is all Trump needs to give the benefit of the doubt.

I might be completely wrong, but I just got a feeling this afternoon that between Trumps comments and those from the Moore Camp there seemed to be  something up.....their tone has changed dramatically in the last few days


They dont need to discredit all 9 accusers.....they only need to discredit one, and then that casts a shadow over the other 8.

The only one they've been addressing is the school yearbook one.

They haven't touched the really damaging one, the 14 year old.

And on the tone thing, the only that's changed is that Moore is hiding from the media, while the Alabama GOP has rowed in in force behind him.

And anyone who dismisses the whole lot of the accusers due to some school yearbook signature thing is not really interested in the truth, only rationalization of their decision to vote for a hypocritical, dangerous, fiend for purely political reasons.

They're obviously free to put politics above all else (and we're all guilty of hypocrisy and deals with the devil at times when it comes to politics), but they should not be allowed to escape the logic of their position.

Basically, I don't ever want to hear the GOP crow about values and morals again.

And I dont ever want to hear a Democrat crow about the "War on Women" again

They are reaping what they sowed with Ted Kennedy and Bill Clinton

If the allegations against Al Franken are true.....he has to go too


Were in for a very interesting 3 weeks

That is fair.

Doesn’t mean the Dems can’t fight for Planned Parenthood and so on or pay issues.


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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: November 22, 2017, 02:00:26 AM »
To the shock of no-one Trump comes out in support of Roy Moore

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BREAKING. Trump On Roy Moore race— “we don’t need a liberal democrat in that seat.”

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Trump: “Roy Moore denies it— that’s all I can say.”

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“He denies it. He totally denies it,” Trump on Roy Moore.

I heard it live....fvckin painful.

But why all of a sudden the change in course?

Hi Does he know something we don't know?

Don't be surprised if there's some big development here in the next few days

What, like a poll saying Moore is in big trouble? Or do you really think that all eight or nine women are going to be discredited? (we're still waiting on Trump's suit against his own 15 accusers). Is this the Trump playing 3-D chess thing again? ;D

Trump just doesn't think what Moore allegedly did is that big a deal and he isn't going to be told otherwise by any fake news media OR Mitch McConnell. He is telling us that a mainstream Democratic senator is worse than a hypocritical supposed religious zealot who stands accused of assaulting and harrassing teenagers, some as young as 14, while he was in his 30s.

Its good to know though that a mere denial of guilt is all Trump needs to give the benefit of the doubt.

I might be completely wrong, but I just got a feeling this afternoon that between Trumps comments and those from the Moore Camp there seemed to be  something up.....their tone has changed dramatically in the last few days


They dont need to discredit all 9 accusers.....they only need to discredit one, and then that casts a shadow over the other 8.

The only one they've been addressing is the school yearbook one.

They haven't touched the really damaging one, the 14 year old.

And on the tone thing, the only that's changed is that Moore is hiding from the media, while the Alabama GOP has rowed in in force behind him.

And anyone who dismisses the whole lot of the accusers due to some school yearbook signature thing is not really interested in the truth, only rationalization of their decision to vote for a hypocritical, dangerous, fiend for purely political reasons.

They're obviously free to put politics above all else (and we're all guilty of hypocrisy and deals with the devil at times when it comes to politics), but they should not be allowed to escape the logic of their position.

Basically, I don't ever want to hear the GOP crow about values and morals again.

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GAA Discussion / Re: New Jerseys?
« on: November 22, 2017, 01:43:45 AM »
Nice kit, but the stars...?

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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« on: November 22, 2017, 01:41:25 AM »
Well, at least the case for defensive strengthening has been made painfully reclarified five weeks out from the transfer window.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: November 22, 2017, 01:38:59 AM »
To the shock of no-one Trump comes out in support of Roy Moore

Quote
BREAKING. Trump On Roy Moore race— “we don’t need a liberal democrat in that seat.”

Quote
Trump: “Roy Moore denies it— that’s all I can say.”

Quote
“He denies it. He totally denies it,” Trump on Roy Moore.

I heard it live....fvckin painful.

But why all of a sudden the change in course?

Hi Does he know something we don't know?

Don't be surprised if there's some big development here in the next few days

What, like a poll saying Moore is in big trouble? Or do you really think that all eight or nine women are going to be discredited? (we're still waiting on Trump's suit against his own 15 accusers). Is this the Trump playing 3-D chess thing again? ;D

Trump just doesn't think what Moore allegedly did is that big a deal and he isn't going to be told otherwise by any fake news media OR Mitch McConnell. He is telling us that a mainstream Democratic senator is worse than a hypocritical supposed religious zealot who stands accused of assaulting and harrassing teenagers, some as young as 14, while he was in his 30s.

Its good to know though that a mere denial of guilt is all Trump needs to give the benefit of the doubt.

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