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  1. nice try gaslighter but we all know what TDS is and who suffers from it.
  2. And if leftists weren't so afraid of trump winning handily in 20/20 they wouldn't be trying this bull$hit impeachment inquiry
  3. It reminds me of the time I arrested a POS anarchist demonstrator for burning the American flag. He was all like, " But but but it's not against the law to burn an American flag ...you're violating My First Amendment rights!" I charged him with attempted arson and causing a public nuisance... He got off with a $50 fine but he did spend the night in jail... LOL LOL.
  4. I judge Trump by what he does not by what he says or by what the mob media says of him. And he's accomplished more for this country in the first year as President then most other presidents did in their entire term. And as far as I am concerned I could really care less about anything other than getting one more originalist Jurisit on the Supreme Court... after that I don't care who occupies the Oval Office.
  5. Because I'm a real nice guy I would give them an hour's notice to vacate the buildings but I would still send the cruise missiles. Let them go hold there propaganda based brain washing classes in a tent out in a field.
  6. Wow... how clever... Did you just now learn how to cut and paste? Not capable of glib rejoinders? Well that's sad.
  7. I have served my country for six years in the military, stood with my rifle on the Warsaw Pact border in defense of this country in the 70s and have guarded the streets of the communities where I lived for 20-plus years in law enforcement. I am secure in the knowledge of my patriotism. When you take up arms and stand a post in defense of this country or run towards the sound of gunfire in defense of others on the Streets of this country you can then try to question my patriotism...until then shut the fuk up sonny.
  8. You seem to be a little skewed in as much as it is the leftists who hold the philosophy of the end justifies the means. Also I'm not sure why you are stating the obvious about "wins". And as for republicans not liking Trump... As far as I'm concerned that's too damn bad... I don't view Trump as a Republican or a Democrat or even a conservative... I view him as somebody who earnestly believes in draining the swamp and is not interested in Washington Politics as Usual... Which in my opinion is a step in the right direction. Regardless of party or ideology Trump is hated for only one reason... He has upset the apple cart... He does not need anyone's money nor is he beholden to any other Beltway Insider... And coupled with the fact that he is unpredictable and shoots from the hip whether for good or bad, makes him a dangerous commodity and scares the hell out of the establishment.
  9. It's lucky I'm not president... Because I would immediately call for tomahawk missiles to be sent to all leftist colleges and universities in the United States... And then start over.
  10. As an intelligent poster previously said... "Carbon dioxide, we are told, traps heat that has been irradiated by the oceans, and this warms the oceans and melts the polar ice caps. While this seems a plausible proposition at first glance, when one actually examines it closely a major flaw emerges. In a nutshell, water takes a lot of energy to heat up, and air doesn’t contain much. In fact, on a volume/volume basis, the ratio of heat capacities is about 3300 to 1. This means that to heat 1 litre of water by 1˚C it would take 3300 litres of air that was 2˚C hotter, or 1 litre of air that was about 3300˚C hotter. This shouldn’t surprise anyone. If you ran a cold bath and then tried to heat it by putting a dozen heaters in the room, does anyone believe that the water would ever get hot? The problem gets even stickier when you consider the size of the ocean. Basically, there is too much water and not enough air. The ocean contains a colossal 1,500,000,000,000,000,000,000 litres of water! To heat it, even by a small amount, takes a staggering amount of energy. To heat it by a mere 1˚C, for example, an astonishing 6,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 joules of energy are required. Let’s put this amount of energy in perspective. If we all turned off all our appliances and went and lived in caves, and then devoted every coal, nuclear, gas, hydro, wind and solar power plant to just heating the ocean, it would take a breathtaking 32,000 years to heat the ocean by just this 1˚C. In short, our influence on our climate, even if we really tried, is miniscule. So it makes sense to ask the question – if the ocean were to be heated by ‘greenhouse warming’ of the atmosphere, how hot would the air have to get? If the entire ocean is heated by 1˚C, how much would the air have to be heated by to contain enough heat to do the job? Well, unfortunately for every ton of water there is only a kilogram of air. Taking into account the relative heat capacities and absolute masses, we arrive at the astonishing figure of 4,000˚C. That is, if we wanted to heat the entire ocean by 1˚C, and wanted to do it by heating the air above it, we’d have to heat the air to about 4,000˚C hotter than the water. And another problem is that air sits on top of water – how would hot air heat deep into the ocean? Even if the surface warmed, the warm water would just sit on top of the cold water. Thus, if the ocean were being heated by ‘greenhouse heating’ of the air, we would see a system with enormous thermal lag – for the ocean to be only slightly warmer, the land would have to be substantially warmer, and the air much, much warmer (to create the temperature gradient that would facilitate the transfer of heat from the air to the water). Therefore any measurable warmth in the ocean would be accompanied by a huge and obvious anomaly in the air temperatures, and we would not have to bother looking at ocean temperatures at all. So if the air doesn’t contain enough energy to heat the oceans or melt the ice caps, what does? The earth is tilted on its axis, and this gives us our seasons. When the southern hemisphere is tilted towards the sun, we have more direct sunlight and more of it (longer days). When it is tilted away from the sun, we have less direct sunlight and less of it (shorter days). The direct result of this is that in summer it is hot and in winter it is cold. In winter we run the heaters in our cars, and in summer the air conditioners. In winter the polar caps freeze over and in summer 60-70% of them melt (about ten million square kilometres). In summer the water is warmer and winter it is cooler." Stick your global warming in your ass.
  12. You are free to look for and present information to counter my numbers but that would be a waste of time on your part. I have no problem with honest brokers who report negative stories about the president... The problem I have is when they totally ignore anything he's done that they consider a win for him even if it means it's also a win for the United States of America end its population as a whole. And therein lies the problem they hate Trump more than they love America.
  13. Yes gone are the days of Walter Cronkite Chet Huntley David Brinkley or Douglas Edwards. Investigative journalism is dead. We are back in the realm of yellow journalism.
  14. And therein lies the problem... Trump has upset the apple cart to business-as-usual in the swamp... And that's the only reason they want his ass out. He doesn't need any of the swamp money and he's not beholden to anybody who offers any.
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