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Comment count is 49
lotsmoreorcs - 2016-05-28
I guess I'll be the one to correct John and ask it here first...

Are y'all ready for TRUMP
Gmork - 2016-05-28

memedumpster - 2016-05-28
I is!

All those Cape Breton liberals can just go home to Canadia!
http://www.cnn.com/2016/03/03/world/trump-cape-breton-amanpour /

I want to vote Trump just to see if this exodus happens. It would be like living in a parody of the Old Testament until it became just like living in the Old Testament.

Do you get assigned a Canadian name on immigrating?

Oscar Wildcat - 2016-05-29
Do you have a chainsaw? ( I'm rocking a Stihl MS170 ). Can you cut your own weight in firewood ( easy for me, I'm pretty skinny ). I think that's all you need, but we should summon BorrowedSolution from lurkerdom for more advice on this subject.

Spit Spingola - 2016-05-28
Love the music.
SolRo - 2016-05-28
Thank you Heir Trump for handing the presidency to the dems and a liberal supreme court for the foreseeable future.
garcet71283 - 2016-05-28
Wrong Herr....

Offsetting your 1 star with 5 stars for knowledge of language.

Also, 3 posts in, Godwin's law in effect.

SolRo - 2016-05-28
Hey feel free to side with the white supremacist, it makes it easier to tell who the shitty people are.

lotsmoreorcs - 2016-05-28
who's a white supremacist?

lotsmoreorcs - 2016-05-28
pride in one's own race is a healthy and natural thing
-Taylor Swift

but seriously, white supremacist? i just support the god emperor and hate orcs

bongoprophet - 2016-05-28
's you orcy

Gmork - 2016-05-28
deriving pride from a race? retarded and egocentric

a culture, perhaps, but you're a cultural mongrel so the point is moot

memedumpster - 2016-05-28
Pride goeth before a fall election.

lotsmoreorcs - 2016-05-29
lol "Heir Trump" is pure gold

Oscar Wildcat - 2016-05-29
Hair Trump would be more to the point.

garcet71283 - 2016-05-28
In all honesty though, can you imagine if Clinton ran today with all the dirt that was around back in the mid nineties?

He would be crucified like Cosby.
SolRo - 2016-05-28
Not really.

All the allegations against Clinton have actually been through the real courts and the court of public opinion.

lotsmoreorcs - 2016-05-28
except all the underage sex plane stuff that just came out of course

SolRo - 2016-05-30
No I meant real allegations, not right wing fantasy stories

fedex - 2016-05-28
did ya see this one?

http://elections.ap.org/content/trump-tells-california-there-n o-drought

On FB I've started posting an edited photo I made of Trump every time he said something willfully stupid or evil. Gonna be a busy summer...
lotsmoreorcs - 2016-05-28
facebook vigilantism, the lowest form of clicktivism

fedex - 2016-05-28
meh, judge me if you will, i don't care

matlock - 2016-05-28
Not caring is easier when the judgment is thrown from beneath a poorly constructed, gaudy bridge.

Stars because the US is pretty much fucked no matter which candidate we get, and arguably getting exactly what we deserve.

Cena_mark - 2016-05-28
You're one to judge Orcs, you too are a clictivist. Only you're an SQW.

baleen - 2016-05-29
I am no fan of the clintons but Trump probably has more rape skeletons in his pinky finger closet than half the presidents combined.

The man is practically Hugh Hefner.

lotsmoreorcs - 2016-05-29
he actually doesn't the NYT already tried to nail him and a bunch of women came forward and said they twisted their words

Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2016-05-28
Is this damaging to Hillary? Only sorta. A lot of people out there who've had negative experiences or seen negative experience involving married scoundrels tend to side instinctively with the wronged wife, fairly or not.

Also, this stuff is from twenty years ago. Once Trump makes throw something insulting and woman-specific at Hillary -- and he's more or less guaranteed to do so -- that's going to be a lot fresher in people's minds than this stuff. And it'll be on endlessly replayable tape. Not everyone likes a bully.
Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2016-05-28
"throws." Sorry my verb tenses got all confused there.

lotsmoreorcs - 2016-05-29
you sound nervous

Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2016-05-29
Of course I'm nervous! My fellow Americans might go and elect this clown!

memedumpster - 2016-05-28
Bill raped Donald!?

Now that is one penultimate dumpster dick.
John Holmes Motherfucker - 2016-05-28
Okay, does everybody understand that this isn't a real Trump campaign ad? There's nothing about who paid for it, there's no "I'm Donald Trump, and I approved this message". I think this is just another shitty youtube video posted by another tea party asshole.

Incidentally, does anybody understand the premise here? Hillary thinks sexual harassment is funny? It makes no sense.
SolRo - 2016-05-28
Donald Trump posted it...so you do have the asshole part right.

TeenerTot - 2016-05-28
It's perfectly reasonable that Hillary would be responsible for any alleged wrongdoing of her husband. I mean, women aren't autonomous beings. They are the assimilated into whatever man is nearby. Duh.

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2016-05-28
He really posted it? Is that legal?

SolRo - 2016-05-28
Has that question ever stopped trump before?

lotsmoreorcs - 2016-05-28
poor JHM flustered and confused by the Donalds nimble navigation and virulent precision. this is indeed an ad straight from Glorious Leader himself, although there is an article that details the fact that these are made by only one person who possesses pretty minimal video editing skills.

This is truly no country for old men, now more than ever. It's ok JHM, you can let go now. Go towards the light

bawbag - 2016-05-28
Low quality trolling.
cognitivedissonance - 2016-05-28
Bill will forever be the one that got away to the Republicans. His impeachment was supposed to be as permanent and demigrating as Nixon's abdication. It was supposed to prove everything once and for all, to settle the question of who has the better party, and it was supposed to rally all doubters into a permanent majority. Surely, America would finally see the light. Instead, it was lukewarm and ineffective. Bill became a lovable scoundrel and instead of pinning a crime on him, it pinned the WRONG crime on him, and in the court of public opinion, the easiest to explain is the dominant. That he gutted the commons, instigated a war in Eastern Europe and accomplished zero positives in eight years is too much work to lay out. He's now just a good ol' boy who is into fat chicks. As usual, the conservatives fail to make the connections necessary to affect permanent positive good because they simply cannot.
Bort - 2016-05-28
Right on the money for the most part, although about this ...

"accomplished zero positives in eight years"

... I have to disagree. He was responsible for few flawless achievements, but under divided government, qualified successes are the most you can really get. He did lead towards fixing the national debt (we'd be just about out of debt today if we'd stayed his course) and building a stronger economy, and actually addressed issues of the day (such as crime) rather than ignore them until they could be ignored no longer.

DADT is an interesting example of a positive accomplishment whose greatest consequence is its own obsolescence. Was DADT perfect? No. But it did offer protections to LGBT soldiers for the first time in American history, and that can't be understated. (Despite which, of course, the Left considers DADT a betrayal of the LGBT community, because the Left has gotten fucking retarded lately.)

memedumpster - 2016-05-29
Bort, as a gay man, you just made me question whether or not I'd actually be safe in your presence, household, or community.

I wish to fuck I was joking. You talk like a white supremacist talks about slavery.




dairyqueenlatifah - 2016-05-29
Which part of what he said bothers you so much memedumpster?

I'm a gay man too and I see nothing disagreeable in his post.

lotsmoreorcs - 2016-05-29
jesus christ its all lavender and cocksucking down here eh

cognitivedissonance - 2016-05-29
I, for one, am ok with Hilary being president, because she'll be the ultimate sacrificial goat, for 50 years of obsession with revenge on a personal level that has driven a full half of the country insane. Perhaps if they destroy Hilary, and they look around and realize that abortions still happen, food stamps still exist and corporations are still corrupt, they might be able to finally address the project they've wasted 50 years ON. I'm endlessly optimistic, but with an absolute, total, ground-into-paste-on-the-ground victory, maybe they might be clear enough for a bit to analyze.

Probably not.

memedumpster - 2016-05-29
I have strong opinions about the Clintons' shit abysmal throwing of gay people under the bus for political expediency and I have been straightsplained to a lot by straight people IRL about how I need to shut my faggot mouth about it.

Say what you want about every conservative on earth who would MURDER me before they would want me around, they are honest. You can reach an honest ideological enemy before you ever get near your bus-shoving friends.

It's a button, and I've been revisiting the idea of jettisoning some long term straight friends from my real life life because of it.

It's not your fault, Bort, it's mine.

I'm the goddamned pointless fucking anomaly wrecking your perfect world.

I used to enjoy it, now I just want to be dead and the fuck out of your way.

memedumpster - 2016-05-29
Oh shit, orcs, you know it's not about lavender now, it's all about that lavender and red hybrid print. I can't remember what it's called.

Bort - 2016-05-30
meme, perhaps you missed the important part: DADT's most greatest consequence is its own obsolescence. It's possible I wasn't clear about that, so let me type lots more words.

Prior to DADT, LGBT soldiers had no protections of any kind; if it was suspected you were gay you could be investigated and dishonorably discharged if found "guilty". But in the 1990s, allowing LGBT soldiers to serve openly was a non-starter -- if you disagree please tell me why you think our government or armed forces were ready -- so DADT was a compromise that afforded at least some protections to LGBT soldiers. But the most important thing it did for ~15 years was acclimate people to the reality that there are LGBT soldiers, they perform their duties every bit as well as straight soldiers, and their conduct is such that you can't distinguish gay from straight. That very much paved the way for Congress and the military to be ready for soldiers to serve openly.

By 2010, roughly 70% of service members were okay with LGBT soldiers serving openly. I don't think we would have gotten to that point without DADT, or something like it, forcing soldiers to realize how little difference the other person's sexual orientation makes.

https://thetaskforceblog.org/2010/11/30/study-affirms-its-time -to-end-dont-ask-dont-tell/

Please don't be Alternet stupid about this.

memedumpster - 2016-05-30
I owe you an apology, I'm sorry I posted at all, let alone in a way that brought contention. Like I said, it's me, I absolutely fucking hate the skin I wear and I would rather be dead all day long than breathe in it. Sometimes that gets me down and I lash out. I am a profoundly idiotic person.

I know lots of soldiers, DADT never protected a one of them. They were 100% asked about their sexual orientation the day they were recruited, no exceptions. To say it protects them is false. It codified unconstitutional bigotry and forced them to continue lying. It wasn't until judges started striking down the application of this bigotry that it even became socially relevant.

I think that DADT was unconstitutional the day it was signed and the Supreme Court merely corrected what a sane, moral, rational human would have never enacted.

It doesn't matter though, and again, I am sorry.

Bort - 2016-06-04
We're cool, meme. And I like you as is, skin and all.

IOU 1 piggyback ride, just because.

What I didn't know until now is that DADT did a crappy job of protecting soldiers when it was in effect. I like being right, but I like being factually correct even more, so I'll remember that when I discuss DADT in the future. Makes me even gladder than ever it led to its own repeal.

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