Trump Presidency

Anything and Everything political, express your view, but play nice

Re: Trump Presidency

Postby deadheadskier » Fri Dec 09, 2016 2:29 am

Yes, wonderful picks for Cabinet and Advisers

Administrator of Small Business Administration: WWE Linda McMahon with the pile driver

Secretary of Labor: Hardees / Carl Jrs Andrew Pudzer to make sure all fry cooks get a shot at the grill

These are two tremendous winning choices. So great.

Who's next? How about the FDA chief? Steve Warshak from Enzyte to sell the country fake boner pills with a smile?

Judge Judy for the Supreme Court?

When you drain the swamp, it sure does stink like ass. :barebutt:
deadheadskier
Slalom Racer
 
Posts: 1462
Joined: Sun Apr 25, 2010 7:03 pm

Re: Trump Presidency

Postby madhatter » Fri Dec 09, 2016 9:26 am

deadheadskier wrote:Yes, wonderful picks for Cabinet and Advisers

Administrator of Small Business Administration: WWE Linda McMahon with the pile driver

Secretary of Labor: Hardees / Carl Jrs Andrew Pudzer to make sure all fry cooks get a shot at the grill

These are two tremendous winning choices. So great.

Who's next? How about the FDA chief? Steve Warshak from Enzyte to sell the country fake boner pills with a smile?

Judge Judy for the Supreme Court?

When you drain the swamp, it sure does stink like ass. :barebutt:


Image
mach es sehr schnell

'exponential reciprocation'- The practice of always giving back more than you take....
User avatar
madhatter
Level 10K poster
 
Posts: 11118
Joined: Wed Apr 02, 2008 7:26 pm

Re: Trump Presidency

Postby deadheadskier » Fri Dec 09, 2016 4:49 pm

.
Attachments
FB_IMG_1481307070066.jpg
FB_IMG_1481307070066.jpg (35.99 KiB) Viewed 277 times
deadheadskier
Slalom Racer
 
Posts: 1462
Joined: Sun Apr 25, 2010 7:03 pm

Re: Trump Presidency

Postby madhatter » Fri Dec 09, 2016 5:09 pm

deadheadskier wrote:.
sadly you believe all that...




totally sums you up...facts do not matter , they have no effect...
mach es sehr schnell

'exponential reciprocation'- The practice of always giving back more than you take....
User avatar
madhatter
Level 10K poster
 
Posts: 11118
Joined: Wed Apr 02, 2008 7:26 pm

Re: Trump Presidency

Postby deadheadskier » Sat Dec 10, 2016 10:19 am

Trump on Ted Cruz in February 2016. "I know the guys at Goldman Sachs. They have total, total control over him. Just like they have total control over Hillary Clinton."

December 2016 goes out and hires Gary Cohn, Steve Bannon, Steve Mnuchin and Anthony Scaramucci - all Goldman Sachs guys.

I guess one way to drain the swamp is by piping the muck directly into the White House.

:lol:
deadheadskier
Slalom Racer
 
Posts: 1462
Joined: Sun Apr 25, 2010 7:03 pm

Re: Trump Presidency

Postby madhatter » Sat Dec 10, 2016 10:31 am

deadheadskier wrote:Trump on Ted Cruz in February 2016. "I know the guys at Goldman Sachs. They have total, total control over him. Just like they have total control over Hillary Clinton."

December 2016 goes out and hires Gary Cohn, Steve Bannon, Steve Mnuchin and Anthony Scaramucci - all Goldman Sachs guys.

I guess one way to drain the swamp is by piping the muck directly into the White House.

:lol:
no one cares about your butt hurt whining...

MAGA-nificent...

the most wonderful time in 8 years....
mach es sehr schnell

'exponential reciprocation'- The practice of always giving back more than you take....
User avatar
madhatter
Level 10K poster
 
Posts: 11118
Joined: Wed Apr 02, 2008 7:26 pm

Re: Trump Presidency

Postby freeski » Sat Dec 10, 2016 10:33 am

CEO of Exxon-Mobile, Rex Tillerson, in running to be Sec. of State. :-o

Also, Cankle and her supporters spent 1.2 Billion and LOST. It's nice of Cankle to tell us fake news is bad. What about fake: people, interviews and town halls :?:
Make snow not war.
True love conquers all.
User avatar
freeski
Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome
 
Posts: 3863
Joined: Wed Feb 13, 2013 9:55 pm
Location: Concord, N.H.

Re: Trump Presidency

Postby deadheadskier » Sat Dec 10, 2016 10:42 am

madhatter wrote:
deadheadskier wrote:Trump on Ted Cruz in February 2016. "I know the guys at Goldman Sachs. They have total, total control over him. Just like they have total control over Hillary Clinton."

December 2016 goes out and hires Gary Cohn, Steve Bannon, Steve Mnuchin and Anthony Scaramucci - all Goldman Sachs guys.

I guess one way to drain the swamp is by piping the muck directly into the White House.

:lol:


the most wonderful time in 8 years....


Those who make their living in comedy certainly think so....

Hey, I really don't care. I think it's funny. You're one of the dopes who believed him when he said he was going to change Washington and end corruption.

Yeah right........

But hey, at least we know the Apprentice will still be a good show. So great that the President elect still wants to spend some of his time working on the show. So great! I mean screw intelligence briefings. Someone else can read them. Lol
deadheadskier
Slalom Racer
 
Posts: 1462
Joined: Sun Apr 25, 2010 7:03 pm

Re: Trump Presidency

Postby madhatter » Sat Dec 10, 2016 10:58 am

deadheadskier wrote:
madhatter wrote:
deadheadskier wrote:Trump on Ted Cruz in February 2016. "I know the guys at Goldman Sachs. They have total, total control over him. Just like they have total control over Hillary Clinton."

December 2016 goes out and hires Gary Cohn, Steve Bannon, Steve Mnuchin and Anthony Scaramucci - all Goldman Sachs guys.

I guess one way to drain the swamp is by piping the muck directly into the White House.

:lol:


the most wonderful time in 8 years....


Those who make their living in comedy certainly think so....

Hey, I really don't care. I think it's funny. You're one of the dopes who believed him when he said he was going to change Washington and end corruption.

Yeah right........

But hey, at least we know the Apprentice will still be a good show. So great that the President elect still wants to spend some of his time working on the show. So great! I mean screw intelligence briefings. Someone else can read them. Lol
what we know is nothing you stand for will be of any concern for our govt...

NO refugee nation

NO restrictions on the second amendment

NO open border policy

NO racist agitator in chief

NO Harry reid blocking every R bill and shielding the @ssclown from having to make a decision

MAGA-nificent...so magnificent, many, many people are saying this is the most magnificent time of all...

meanwhile you remain in:





SO GREAT...
Image
mach es sehr schnell

'exponential reciprocation'- The practice of always giving back more than you take....
User avatar
madhatter
Level 10K poster
 
Posts: 11118
Joined: Wed Apr 02, 2008 7:26 pm

Re: Trump Presidency

Postby madhatter » Sat Dec 10, 2016 11:18 am

Has The Trumpian Revolution Begun?

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-12-0 ... tion-begun

The wailing and keening over the choice of Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to head the EPA appears to be a lead indicator of a coming revolution far beyond Reagan’s.

“Trump Taps Climate Skeptic For Top Environmental Post,” said The Wall Street Journal. “Climate Change Denial,” bawled a disbelieving New York Times, which urged the Senate to put Pruitt in a “dust bin.”

Clearly, though his victory was narrow, Donald Trump remains contemptuous of political correctness and defiant of liberal ideology.

For environmentalism, as conservative scholar Robert Nisbet wrote in 1982, is more than the “most important social movement” of the 20th century. It is a militant and dogmatic faith that burns heretics.

“Environmentalism is well on its way to becoming the third great wave of redemptive struggle in Western history,” wrote Nisbet, “the first being Christianity, the second modern socialism.” In picking a “climate denier” to head EPA, Trump is rejecting revealed truth.

Yet, as with his choices of Steve Bannon as White House strategist and Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general, he has shown himself to be an unapologetic apostate to liberal orthodoxy.

Indeed, with his presidency, we may be entering a post-liberal era.

In 1950, literary critic Lionel Trilling wrote, “In the United States at this time liberalism is not only the dominant but even the sole intellectual tradition. For it is the plain fact that nowadays there are no conservative or reactionary ideas in general circulation.”

The rise of the conservative movement of Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan revealed liberalism’s hour to be but a passing moment. Yet, today, something far beyond conservatism seems to be afoot.

As Hegel taught, in the dialectic of history the thesis calls into existence the antithesis. What we seem to be seeing is a rejection, and a counterreformation against the views and values that came out of the social and political revolutions of the 1960s.

Consider the settled doctrine Trump disrespected with Pruitt.

We have long been instructed that climate change is real, that its cause is man-made, that it imperils the planet with rising seas, hurricanes and storms, that all nations have a duty to curb the release of carbon dioxide to save the world for future generations.

This is said to be “scientific truth,” and “climate deniers” are like people who believe the earth is flat and the sun revolves around it. Some hold the matter to be so grave that climate deniers should be censored for promoting socially destructive falsehoods.

Yet, the people remain skeptical.

Their worry is not that the rising waters of the Med will swamp the Riviera, but that tens of millions of Arabs, Muslims and Africans may be coming across to swamp Europe, and that millions of Mexicans may cross the Rio Grande to swamp the USA.

Call them climate deniers or climate skeptics, but they see the establishment as running the Big Con to effect a transfer of wealth and power away from the people — and to themselves.

Across the West, establishments have lost credibility.


The proliferation of minority parties, tearing off pieces of the traditional ruling parties, points to a growing distrust in ruling regimes and a return to identifying with the nation and tribe whence one came.

A concomitant of this is a growing disbelief in egalitarianism and in the equality of all races, creeds, nations, cultures and peoples.

The Supreme Court may say all religions are equal and all must be treated equally. But do Americans believe Christianity and Islam are equal? How could they, when Christians claim their faith has as its founder the Son of God and God himself?

After calling for a ban on Muslim immigration, Trump was elected president. After inviting a million refugees from Syria’s civil war into Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel admits having made a mistake and is now in favor of letting German cities and towns decide if women should be allowed to wear burqas.

A sea change in thought is taking place in the West.

Liberalism appears to be a dying faith. America’s elites may still preach their trinity of values: diversity, democracy, equality. But the majorities in America and Europe are demanding that the borders be secured and Third World immigrants kept out.

The next president disbelieves in free trade. He wants a border wall. He questions the wisdom of our Mideast wars and the need for NATO. He is contemptuous of democratist dogma that how other nations rule themselves is our business. He rejects transnationalism and globalism.

“There is no global anthem, no global currency, no certificate of global citizenship,” said Trump in Cincinnati, “We pledge allegiance to one flag, and that flag is the American flag. From now on, it’s going to be America first. … We’re going to put ourselves first.”

That’s not Adlai Stevenson or Jimmy Carter or Barack Obama.

Nothing seems settled or certain. All is in flux. But change is coming. “Things are in the saddle, and ride mankind.”




say bye bye to the idiot experiment of the last 8-10 years...even if their tears will flow for years to come...so great...at least we can thank you and your kind for this:

Image

good stuff...
mach es sehr schnell

'exponential reciprocation'- The practice of always giving back more than you take....
User avatar
madhatter
Level 10K poster
 
Posts: 11118
Joined: Wed Apr 02, 2008 7:26 pm

Re: Trump Presidency

Postby deadheadskier » Sat Dec 10, 2016 12:35 pm

Keep chugging that orange juice. I hope you like bananas.
deadheadskier
Slalom Racer
 
Posts: 1462
Joined: Sun Apr 25, 2010 7:03 pm

Re: Trump Presidency

Postby Dickc » Sat Dec 10, 2016 10:00 pm

deadheadskier wrote:Trump on Ted Cruz in February 2016. "I know the guys at Goldman Sachs. They have total, total control over him. Just like they have total control over Hillary Clinton."

December 2016 goes out and hires Gary Cohn, Steve Bannon, Steve Mnuchin and Anthony Scaramucci - all Goldman Sachs guys.

I guess one way to drain the swamp is by piping the muck directly into the White House.

:lol:

Some of the best come from some of the worst. Prime example is Joseph P Kennedy. He was someone who made money through a lot of stock schemes that were thought of as immoral. He was appointed by Franklin D. Roosevelt as the initial head of the newly created SEC. The reason was to appoint someone who knew all of the ins and outs of the market and how to FIX it. He created much of what still exists today in the SEC and it is considered that he was a really brilliant pick.

I am not going to judge these people Trump is attempting to appoint until I. See HOW they perform.
I'll shut up now - Highway Star
User avatar
Dickc
Post Slut
 
Posts: 1818
Joined: Tue Sep 06, 2011 1:34 pm

Re: Trump Presidency

Postby deadheadskier » Sun Dec 11, 2016 12:34 am

And in today's news on swamp building

http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-el ... ry-n694371

Yes, yes, tremendous pick for Secretary of State. This move would be done 100% in our best national interests for improved foreign diplomacy! :roll:

Let's see here. Trump wants to "normalize" relations with Russia. It absolutely has nothing to do with his personal investments in oil companies right? I mean Exxon Mobile has lost north of $1B due to economic sanctions placed on Russia from the Ukraine situation. So, nominating the CEO of Exxon has nothing to do with reversing those actions to further enrich that company and Trump in the process? Nope, none at all. No pay to play here folks, nothing to see here, move along......

Look! over there! The tremendous wall!
deadheadskier
Slalom Racer
 
Posts: 1462
Joined: Sun Apr 25, 2010 7:03 pm

Re: Trump Presidency

Postby madhatter » Sun Dec 11, 2016 9:38 am

deadheadskier wrote:And in today's news on swamp building

http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-el ... ry-n694371

Yes, yes, tremendous pick for Secretary of State. This move would be done 100% in our best national interests for improved foreign diplomacy! :roll:

Let's see here. Trump wants to "normalize" relations with Russia. It absolutely has nothing to do with his personal investments in oil companies right? I mean Exxon Mobile has lost north of $1B due to economic sanctions placed on Russia from the Ukraine situation. So, nominating the CEO of Exxon has nothing to do with reversing those actions to further enrich that company and Trump in the process? Nope, none at all. No pay to play here folks, nothing to see here, move along......

Look! over there! The tremendous wall!
the more you are upset the more obvious it is that it was a great choice...

http://money.cnn.com/2016/12/06/investi ... mp-stocks/

http://www.investors.com/news/trump-sol ... s-in-june/

watching you prove your ignorance and delusional bias on a daily basis over the next 8 yrs is gonna be GGGRRRRRREAT fun...



http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-12-1 ... tary-state


far better choice than either kerry or clinton...

you really are a complete idiot w zero ability to assess any situation correctly...just a ( barely) useful idiot who is no longer of any use to the party...

HILLARYOUS-- the most wonderful time in 8 years...

have a nice day,angry boy....
mach es sehr schnell

'exponential reciprocation'- The practice of always giving back more than you take....
User avatar
madhatter
Level 10K poster
 
Posts: 11118
Joined: Wed Apr 02, 2008 7:26 pm

Re: Trump Presidency

Postby madhatter » Sun Dec 11, 2016 9:47 am

Image

Image
mach es sehr schnell

'exponential reciprocation'- The practice of always giving back more than you take....
User avatar
madhatter
Level 10K poster
 
Posts: 11118
Joined: Wed Apr 02, 2008 7:26 pm

PreviousNext

Return to Political Discussions

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest