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Why is the Killingsworth Forum a Ghost Town?

Discussion in 'Killingsworth Court, Formerly The General Forum' started by ThisIsOurTime, Jan 28, 2020.

  1. Uh, who was impeached? Have you ever heard of the Senate? Fake loony impeachment is just that - zero. Grow up and live with it. Uh, the Economy? Guess what? You will be a loser again, and this time in a landslide. I wonder why a snowflake is on this board, anyway. Go away. Or leave the country like you probably stated before the '16 election. Go.
    Really? Was he removed from office? My definition (and reasonable people's) of "impeachment" is being removed from office. You losers make me laugh. OK, Snow F. Lake, I will make a $100 bet with you right now. We will let TopFrog hold the money. The bet is I win the pot if Trump wins and you get it if he loses. C'mon big man; big mouth. Put your snowflake money where your snowflake mouth is. You people are a effen embarrassment. Please stop while you are waaaaaaaay behind.
  2. Your definition is wrong. Sorry. Trump was impeached and acquired, same as Bill Clinton.

    We are entitled to our opinions, we are not entitled to our own facts. Trump was impeached. Fact.
    Yeah it's a real puzzler why the General Board is a ghost town with this sort of dialogue, isn't it?
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  3. *acquitted, not acquired.
  4. Liked for scheissface Von Clownstick hahahaha. No McClownface dammit, VON Clownface. Hahahaha
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  5. #25 satis1103, Feb 13, 2020
    Last edited: Feb 13, 2020
    How's it going my friend? Passionate I see.

    Do I agree Trump may well win in 2020? Yes. I do. Particularly if the Dems continue to delay getting their [ Cumbie’s red zone playcalling ] together.

    But I think you're missing one thing about Nov 2020, and you are actually displaying an example of this. I'll explain that in a moment.

    Trump's base loves him undoubtedly. And the far left loathes him, which again excites his base. I get that. I don't agree with his base but I get it. However, many moderates are being silent, and I don't think you're thinking of them, or have the finger on their pulse.

    I am moderate, and I hang with a lot of moderates. In general, I want a dignified, thoughtful president who doesn't communicate by tweet. I want a president who will listen to his own chosen advisors and cabinet instead of firing people who express a different opinion. I want a president who knows he doesn't know everything. And I do not want a president who fosters and invites a divisive America. These things are not just "wants" to me. They are not negotiable to me as a moderate.

    Furthermore, what also alienates many moderates is what you are showing an example of. This president, more than any politician I can think of, relishes juvenille attacks and insults towards anyone he feels is against him. And his base loves the same. They're not even clever attacks. Calling someone Looney or Crooked for example is just name calling. Anyone can call any opposed politician or individual something similar.

    This attack mentality is not the same as being opposed to someone or expressing a difference in opinion. This is different. It is what seems to be a need to belittle people and promote one's own brilliance, even in the face of contradictory evidence at times. The reason I will vote not Trump is because I detect that he cares more about his own cult of personality than he does about the American people or an America that is united and doesn't resemble the Sharks vs the Jets. It has nothing to do with wanting to undermine conservatism or elect a socialist.

    We can all do better than we have been.
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  6. I agree Sativa.

    But growing up I learned to best way to handle a bully is to punch back. So I’m not backing down from insults and diatribe of Drumpfers.

    The republicans thought they were being bullied by the mainstream media, and maybe they were. The King of the Oompa Loompas seized on this and decided to become a republican and start fighting back.

    The right thought “finally someone who will stand up for us” and Baby Fingers rode their support into the WH.

    Facts don’t matter anymore when you have a phone and can skip intelligence briefings to tweet from the [ Cumbie’s red zone playcalling ]ter of the Lincoln bedroom after eating McDonald’s.

  7. Lol let's start with city council in Aggtown or Tx Congressman first. But I like the thought, I've always threatened to run for public office as an Independent.
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  8. We have some sincere philosophical differences, but I’d definitely vote for that.
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  9. Don’t know if y’all caught it today, but Trump came out with a call to discontinue the public service loan forgiveness program (whatever it’s called). It occurred to me that maybe it’s intended to push a good number of democrat undecideds to Bernie, because he’s basically running on a “scheiss Trump” platform and he and his loan forgiveness plan will get the most mileage out of it (Warren too, but she’s barely breathing after New Hampshire). What do y’all think?
  10. You sound like a thoughtful fellow Sativa. I’d consider voting for you.
  11. Hello, my friend! I read your points and I must say I see your point and have no argument. But facts are facts and the country is in better shape now and those "moderates" will see this and Trump will win in a landslide. Thanks to Pelosi and Co. and fake "impeachment": the Dems will now lose the House and GOP will keep the Senate. I agree with the Tweet things, and frankly, I do not like the man (Trump) but I did vote for him because I believed his business sense is what this country needed. I was right. But, being a patriot, I support the President just like I did 8 years before him. The Dems are not showing that kind of respect now, and it is a shame. You wrote that you don't want a President who "fosters and invites a divisive America." Uh, that is EXACTLY what Pelosi and the Dems did - divide the country like we have never seen it and then they blame Trump? What? You can't have it both ways. And I have this question: Why wasn't Pelosi fired after the speech ripping stunt she pulled. I honestly thought when she did that that her plan was to resign the next day. That was the lowest of the low I have ever seen in "politics." She should be fired. Oh well, she will in November. My friend, I would love to hear your opinion on Pelosi because any reasonable person with a right mind would want her fired yesterday. See you at baseball!
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  12. Gonna be some butt hurt liberals in a few months. Made up BS won't cure your TDS. BTW, tell us the last Democrat president that served in the military. Quick.

    Edit. Oh and stay the scheiss off the sports forum, troll.
  13. Jimmy Carter, 3 democratic presidents ago. Unless you count stateside Air National Guard service during Vietnam, the last Republican president to serve was George HW, 3 Republican presidents ago.
  14. This is why!

    Nobody likes to be called "Looney", "Fraud", "Loser", "to go away", "snowflake", "Effen embarrassing", and to "stop" having an opinion.

    We can either have a civilized well thought out discussion of an issue or call each other names like 9 year old children in a school yard.
  15. It is where threads are sent to die by moderators...
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  16. Flying a military fighter regardless whether over Texas or Germany (not all military personnel during Vietnam, in fact most, did not se foot in a combat zone) is still inherently more dangerous than many REMFs swimming in a pool ever day at 3 in Saigon or serving on a submarine. So just because you don’t like W, doesn’t mean he wasn’t a valid member of the armed forces. Reagan was was also in the Army Air Corps.
  17. Swing and a miss. Loved W.
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