Tommy killed Proctor. Dayum!!!
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Messages - Wildman78
« on: September 18, 2019, 12:07:50 PM »
I am going on record that I really don't think any less of Donna Brazile for working for Fox News.
« on: September 18, 2019, 10:35:24 AM »
No need to overthink this. WilECocyote06 said that Obama banned flavored cigarette in 2010. y04185 said that was a lie, that they never stop selling them. I posted information that showed Obama banned flavored cigarettes in 2009.
At no time did WileECoyote06 or I claimed that Obama banned e-cigarettes.
He's just disingenous and intellectually dishonest.
« on: September 18, 2019, 07:51:40 AM »
This is really bad. I wonder why he is only charged with obstruction of justice and not solicitation to commit murders.
A North Carolina sheriff is facing charges for allegedly discussing a plan to kill a former deputy who had a recording of the sheriff using "racially offensive" language. Granville County Sheriff Brindell Wilkins was indicted Monday on felony justice obstruction charges. County leaders have called an emergency meeting for Tuesday morning.
Prosecutors say Wilkins learned in 2014 that Deputy Joshua Freeman planned to give the recording to authorities in Raleigh, the Raleigh News & Observer reports. The indictment says Wilkins then spoke with a person in August of that year about killing Freeman, even going so far as to coach the unnamed third party on how to avoid identification by law enforcement.
« on: September 18, 2019, 05:02:44 AM »
Jul. 30, 2019, 4:01 PM
More than half of Americans say Trump is racist, including 80% of African-Americans, a new poll found
Just over half of the US says President Donald Trump is racist, according to a new Quinnipiac poll.
This poll, conducted July 25 to 28 and released Tuesday, came as Trump continues to face widespread criticism over tweets attacking lawmakers of color.
There's a stark divide on this issue along both partisan and racial lines.
46% of white people said Trump is racist, compared to 80% of black people, the poll found.
Meanwhile, the poll showed 91% of Republicans believe Trump is not racist, compared to 86% of Democrats who say he is.
President Donald Trump is racist, American voters say 51 - 45 percent in a Quinnipiac University National Poll released today.(July 30, 3019)
White voters are divided as 46 percent say he is racist and 50 percent say he is not, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University National Poll finds. Trump is racist black voters say 80 - 11 percent and Hispanic voters say 55 - 44 percent. Men say 55 - 41 percent that Trump is not racist. Women say 59 - 36 percent he is racist.
I think everyone is a racially prejudiced to some degree. However, I think Donald Trump is further along the spectrum than most.
You guys should listen to Brazille's comments in the video. She said she did not know if Trump was a racist. She certainly did not say Trump was not a racist.
I want President Trump to be the President of all Americans and not just his base, and not just Republicans, he's my President," continued Brazile, adding that she does take issues with some of the things that the President has said. Specifically, Brazile disliked the President's tweet to members of the so-called Squad to “go back and help fix the totally broken and crime-infested places where they came from.”
« on: September 18, 2019, 12:25:45 AM »
No sir, I refuse to believe he is that unintelligent. He's being intellectually dishonest. He really needs to grow up.
« on: September 18, 2019, 12:16:19 AM »
What part of e-cigarettes do you not understand? I know Wile doesn't understand. He's a Westover Leftover.
You continue to be disingenous. The thread took a turn when Oldsport brought Obama into it, talking what Obama would not have done.
What part of flavored cigaerette do you not understand. Both WileECoyote and I said Obama banned flavored cigarettes. At no time did either of us state that Obama banned e-flavored cigarettes. This is an indisputable fact.
Again, please stop this juvenile jackassery.
« on: September 17, 2019, 10:49:52 PM »
This is a good thing, right?
You aren't fooling anybody. Either you are illiterate or being a jerk for the sheer sake of being a jerk. However, I have no problem explaining it again to you and the rest of the board.
Yes, the thread that we are referring to was about e-cigarettes, then Oldsport said Obama would not have made such a move. Then WileECoyote06 pointed out that Obama had banned flavored cigarettes. You said that was a lie because they never stop selling them. I posted information that showed that OBama had indeed banned flavored cigarettes. In order to save face, you said my post had nothing to do with e-cigarettes. I laid out quite clearly in the thread. Everybody can see that you are being disingenous again. Please grow up.
It's very simple sir, if WileECoyote06 or I had meant to say Obama had banned flavored e-cigarettes, we would have said flavored e-cigarettes and not flavored cigarettes.
It's a dayum shame that you have to resort to this juvenile jackassery.
« on: September 17, 2019, 06:23:45 PM »
Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) told CNN on Tuesday that "it's deeply disturbing" for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh to have "this many allegations" against him, explaining she had filed an impeachment resolution against him in order to "get to the truth."
"It's deeply disturbing that someone that serves on the highest court in the land could have this many allegations," Pressley said.
The freshman lawmaker criticized as "fundamentally flawed" the FBI investigation and Senate Judiciary Committee hearing last September that examined an allegation of sexual assault against Kavanaugh ahead of his confirmation to the high court.
Pressley, a survivor of sexual assault, called on other members of the Democratic caucus to get behind her impeachment push, including Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), who had urged the Massachusetts representative to "get real," CNN reported.
President Obama endorsement would indeed carry a lot of weight, but that does not make him the tutular head of the Democratic Party. I'm sure Nancy Pelosi's endorsement would carry a lot of weight also. And as far as Pelosi not leading anything, have you forgotten about the 2018 Congressional elections.
« on: September 17, 2019, 05:12:54 PM »
Get real! The Dem-O-Crap Party - the one you kiss a** - is responsible for killing more black people...and they are succeeding in every major American city with abortion clinics. Do you know how many black babies lives have been snuffed out by abortion? YOU ARE A BIGGER IDIOT THAN I EVEN IMAGINED.
The Democratic Party is not forcing Black women to have abortions.
Black women are choosing to have abortions or are you really saying Balck women are too simple-minded and immoral to know what's best for them.
« on: September 17, 2019, 05:10:32 PM »
This is a good thing, right?
I really wish you would stop posting dumb shyt for the sheer sake of posting dumb shyt. Please stop with this juvenile jackassery. You know good and well I never said President Obama banned flavored e-cigarettes.
I posted information that Obama banned flavored cigarettes in 2009, not that be banned e-cigarettes. Why you insist on being so disingenuous is beyond me. Please grow up.
So, yes I think banning flavored e-cigarettes is a good thing.
BTW, I really don't understand the point you are trying to make when you accuse the democrats on this site of not posting anything good about democrats.
Nancy ain't leading s**t. She can't even control "Dah womens ob Culah"....
I really don't have a lot of time for your juvenile jackassery.
As simple google search will confirm my statement that many people, if not most, would say Nancy Pelosi is the titular head of the Democratic Party. I don't think its an illogical argument to say that the current Speaker of the House has more influence in the party than the former president.
« on: September 17, 2019, 03:35:14 PM »
You can call people as many names as you wish but you still haven't provided a cogent explanation as to why you oppose universal background checks.
I think most people view Nancy Pelosi (the current Speaker of the House, second in succession to the presidency) as the titular head of the Democratic Party.