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    Quote Originally posted by NotAPretender View Post
    Ok, back on thread:

    Here's a little test: Say conscience/conscious 5 times really fast. If you get through it, congratulations! You too, can be a politician just like Joe Biden, Dubya, or even Andrew Cuomo...
    Dubya couldn't even pronounce "nuclear". He pronounced it as "nukilar".
    = DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR =

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    I'd say that Biden is barely conscious too.

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    Quote Originally posted by Wind View Post
    I'd say that Biden is barely conscious too.
    Well, yes, he's obviously suffering from some kind of dementia.
    = DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR =

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    I haven't decided on Biden, even yet. One really can't tell by watching media because it is not to be trusted in this case. There is no substantiating proof yet. He hasn't had his driver's license yanked or been duped by scammers, he does have trouble articulating but he does have a life long diagnosed problem with stuttering.

    'They' said Mueller was senile, too. This is a current picture of him and the phone number to his current office in Washington, DC. His current law firm is

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    Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP
    Headquarters Washington, D.C. and Boston, Massachusetts
    Date founded Boston, Massachusetts (1918); Washington, D.C. (1962)

    Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP (known as WilmerHale) is an international "BigLaw" firm with offices in the US, Europe and Asia. It is co-headquartered in Washington, DC and Boston. It was formed in 2004 through the merger of the Boston-based firm Hale and Dorr and the Washington-based firm Wilmer Cutler & Pickering, and employs more than 1,000 attorneys worldwide. WilmerHale ranked second in the nation in The American Lawyer's "A-List" of top BigLaw firms, and is among the most selective law firms in the US for incoming associates. WilmerHale is known for being particularly attractive to lawyers interested in public service, especially in the federal government. Many of the firm's attorneys have experience in the Department of Justice, the Department of Defense, the Executive Office of the President, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and other federal agencies. Notably, former FBI Director Robert Mueller is a partner in WilmerHale's Washington office, returning to the firm in October 2019 after his role as Special Counsel to the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election. Other attorneys at WilmerHale include Seth Waxman, former Solicitor General of the United States; Ken Salazar, former United States senator from Colorado and United States Secretary of the Interior; and Jamie Gorelick, former United States Deputy Attorney General.

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    Quote Originally posted by NotAPretender View Post
    Why relocating Aianawa? Talk about poopoo in the tent...you will be stepping into the middle of it.
    Would receive as an Honour, we all have super powers in these days, even unknowingly.

    Ps Great to see the 4 am narrative has been over ridden by all except Nap regards Chine joe.

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    Kanye wants to be president. No surprise there. He already started a church and has named himself a variant of Christ's name.

    I thought you would be pointing to Trump's tanking numbers in every poll out there, including the Republican ones. Or perhaps the trend towards a blue wave which has been going for quite some time now.

    Personally, I find the groups of Republicans who do not support Trump the most interesting.

    There's the Lincoln Project.

    And now there is "43 alumni for Biden". In case the name doesn't make it clear, it's a group of hundreds of Republicans who worked for Bush 43 who have publicly stated their support for Biden. Their reason is their belief that Trump is incredibly dangerous to the country. In their words, "...a threat to our nation".

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    Here's some dissolving of the 'both sides' BS:

    Tom Nichols, the author of The Death of Expertise, [is] a professor at the Naval War College. He says, " I have excoriated people on the left for most of my career. But only opposing Trump produced harassment, demands to fire me, and death threats. Cancel culture, indeed."

    Did you catch that? Only until he opposed Trump did he get harassed and receive death threats.

    Here's more:

    "I mean, I have blistered everyone from Obama to Hillary Clinton, and across the seas to Putin and Assad. For years, I was an outspoken conservative. But I never encountered McCarthyist thuggery like the kind I've gotten from the Cult of Trump."

    "I am not blind to the totalitarian streak on the left. I wrote about it - and at The Federalist, back in the day, no less. Amazingly, no one on the left tried to get me fired for it or told me I'd be hung as a traitor or left endless f-bombs on my voicemail at work."

    "The difference is that the GOP is now in power and owned, completely, by its fringe - one that is frantic with fear and anger."


    Has he been reading my mind? Nope. He just sees what's going on like I do. With open eyes.


    "You want me to worry about college Marxists? Yeah, I'll get right on that as soon as we dislodge the febrile anti-constitutionalists of the GOP.
    I have plenty of concerns about the left. But right now, I'd like to deal with the obvious and demonstrated threat from the right."

    "So take all your fears of rampaging drag queens and how Joe Biden is controlled by the College Spartacists, and put 'em in a sock, pally. I'll be first in line to oppose extremist left-wing dumbassery - once we defeat far more dangerous people like Barr and McConnell."


    Thanks, Tom.

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    Quote Originally posted by Aragorn View Post
    Dubya couldn't even pronounce "nuclear". He pronounced it as "nukilar".
    To be fair, a lot of Americans pronounce it as Nucular, rather than Nucleah, but that's just a regional variation in pronunciation. I don't think Dubya was quite as dumb as people think and I'm starting to wonder about the below billboard, which is actually real...


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    Dubya is a moronic war criminal and a spawn of the devil, but at least he was somewhat funny at times.


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    Bush supposedly said that a few months into Trump's presidency. I haven't looked for a source. One talking head, Nicole Wallace, speaks with nostalgia about the Bush years. She was the White House Press Secretary for a while and says she really misses those days. She's quite flabbergasted and not at all happy with the Trump admin.

    I'm interested in how the US and Americans are viewed in terms of the Presidency. It changes with each Administration.

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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    Kanye wants to be president. No surprise there. He already started a church and has named himself a variant of Christ's name.

    I thought you would be pointing to Trump's tanking numbers in every poll out there, including the Republican ones. Or perhaps the trend towards a blue wave which has been going for quite some time now.

    Personally, I find the groups of Republicans who do not support Trump the most interesting.

    There's the Lincoln Project.

    And now there is "43 alumni for Biden". In case the name doesn't make it clear, it's a group of hundreds of Republicans who worked for Bush 43 who have publicly stated their support for Biden. Their reason is their belief that Trump is incredibly dangerous to the country. In their words, "...a threat to our nation".
    Two things to say, so dangerous that they validated Spygate, Polls are fro mostly paid corparate agencies, likw what was the poll pre election 2016 85% to Trumps 15% lol, too funny.

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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    Bush supposedly said that a few months into Trump's presidency. I haven't looked for a source. One talking head, Nicole Wallace, speaks with nostalgia about the Bush years. She was the White House Press Secretary for a while and says she really misses those days. She's quite flabbergasted and not at all happy with the Trump admin.

    I'm interested in how the US and Americans are viewed in terms of the Presidency. It changes with each Administration.
    He is viewed badly in NZ, again 24/7 hit job from our corp media, no media here except corp though, but people are waking up to the two party system and the greens who i voted for are now infiltrated by sovialists which is sad.

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    corporate media? Fox or CNN ... they are telling very different stories...
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    Quote Originally posted by Aragorn View Post
    Dubya couldn't even pronounce "nuclear". He pronounced it as "nukilar".
    What a "nukilhead." Did you ever think that compared to the current child in office Dubya would appear to be an elder statesman? If they dumb it down any further down there, they're going to have to run something right out of a circus to lead the republican party.

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