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  1. ptosis profile image73
    ptosisposted 13 months ago

    Too foggy for POTUS to go to DMZ but not for Sarah Huckabee?
    I don't get it.
    Unless SH has more balls than DJT!

    https://usercontent2.hubstatic.com/13777639.jpg

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      ahorsebackposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      Your just mad, really ,really mad  because your moron media cant shake her , she's almost as brilliant as Kelly -Ann  Conway.

      1. ptosis profile image73
        ptosisposted 13 months agoin reply to this

        What?
        Your idiot WOTUS didn't want to go, was egged on by South Korea President who was waiting for him at the DMZ - along with SH - and Cheeto-in-Chief wussed out. He is the bravest coward I know.

        Since everything SH is a lie - it's easy to decode the truth - just think the opposite.

        Sanders added that Trump’s botched DMZ trip had been planned “for a little while” since before Trump left on his Asia trip, and stressed that it was “something the president wanted to do.”

        Translates to:
        It was a last minute thing when Moon Jae-in made the suggestion  which Trump took as a challenge to his small hands and penis and although everybody else made it through the fog, General Incompetence took a dump in his Depends and went 'wee! wee! Wee!' all the way home.


        Bravely bold Der Trumpkin
        Flew forth from Washington.
        He was not afraid to die,
        Oh brave Der Trumpkin.
        He was not at all afraid
        To be killed in nasty ways.
        Brave, brave, brave, brave Der Trumpkin.
        He was not in the least bit scared
        To be mashed into a pulp.
        Or to have his eyes gouged out,
        And his elbows broken.
        To have his kneecaps split
        And his body burned away,
        And his limbs all hacked and mangled
        Brave Der Trumpkin.
        His head smashed in
        And his heart cut out
        And his liver removed
        And his butt bunged out
        And his nostrils raped
        And his bottom burnt off
        And his penis ...


        Trumpkin (interrupting):  That's...That's, uh...  That's enough music for now,
             lads.  Looks like there's dirty work afoot!

        There! A set of triple fences land-mined with a big sign that says: HALT!!!

        Voice over:  YES!!  It was the dreaded Pyongyang Taepodong, the fiercest
                     FOG for *yards* around!
                     For second....  after second..., Trumpkin held his own, but the
                     onslaught proved too much for the brave knight.  Scarcely was
                     his armor dampened, when Trumpkin  -
        suddenly,! dramatically! 
              Changed his  tactics!

        And so he scattered off and ran away!
        Minstrels:                                               

        Brave Der Trumpkin ran away.           { No! }
        Bravely ran away away....                   {I didn't! }
        When Danger reared its ugly head,
        He bravely turned his tail and fled       {No!!}
        Yes brave Der Trumpkin turned about {I didn't! }
        And gallantly chickened out..

        Bravely did a brave retreat         {I never did! }
        A very bravely brave retreat       {All lies! }
        Bravely brave BRAVE! Der Trumpkin! {I never! }

        1. VanessaJanes profile image79
          VanessaJanesposted 13 months agoin reply to this

          I enjoyed that.

          Trump is a coward.

          1. GA Anderson profile image85
            GA Andersonposted 13 months agoin reply to this

            Do you really think Pres. Trump not going to the DMZ is cowardice?

            I am not up to 'speed' on this topic, but, I can think of several explanations, and none of them involve cowardice.

            Surely if there were a physical threat aspect to the visit, his Secret Service protection would have voiced it, and it would have been headline news, but, lacking that, can you explain why you think it does involve cowardice?

            GA

            1. VanessaJanes profile image79
              VanessaJanesposted 13 months agoin reply to this

              I said Trump is a coward. I didn't say I believed he avoided the DMZ out of cowardice. I have no idea, really, why he didn't go. I can see where you would think my statement was based on that, since that is the topic of this thread.

              I wanted ptosis to know I enjoyed his creativity, and I do believe Trump is a coward.

              1. GA Anderson profile image85
                GA Andersonposted 13 months agoin reply to this

                Got it now.

                GA

        2. Live to Learn profile image78
          Live to Learnposted 13 months agoin reply to this

          Out of curiosity, do you think if I accused you of having 'small hands and a small penis' that it would be relevant, or rude.

          Just asking.

          1. ptosis profile image73
            ptosisposted 13 months agoin reply to this

            who's the rudest of them all?
            when describing a short fingered vulgarian?
            who mentions his own penis in a presidential debate?
            While violating TOS on Twitter is allowed unbound?

            Like so many bullies, Trump has skin of gossamer. He thinks nothing of saying the most hurtful thing about someone else, but when he hears a whisper that runs counter to his own vainglorious self-image, he coils like a caged ferret. - https://www.vanityfair.com/culture/2015 … nald-trump
            https://usercontent1.hubstatic.com/13778348.jpg

            1. Live to Learn profile image78
              Live to Learnposted 13 months agoin reply to this

              So, two is better than one?

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    ahorsebackposted 13 months ago

    I guess that was all meant to be funny ...........dum de dum de dum.......

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    ahorsebackposted 13 months ago

    One of the things I like about Trump  is his sometimes blatant and obviously normal  human nature . Do you think most Americans don't act like him in private .  Man ,woman  or child , take a look around .   Look at his  admitted "locker room talk " in front of all Americans......  and he still won ,      Have you ever sat in a beauty salon for an hour and listened to how women talk and what they talk about ?  Its the same thing as in the men's locker room .

    Americans have got to stop expecting far more from  a leader than they are willing to display themselves , one look at any political forum in America or anywhere and you experience our truest  cultural maturity and reality on display.   And yet , you expect perfection from a leader .     

    Problem is ,  The left cannot form any basis in  truth to political and ideological opposition .    Trump's political , personal and professional history and behavior is on display anywhere and  everywhere and nothing that you allege sticks .   Maybe it's time to stop inventing opposition and actually join up with progress.

    Want a more  "professional " leader ?   Maybe it's time to be a more professional American .

    1. VanessaJanes profile image79
      VanessaJanesposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      I don't have any friends who speak like Trump or act like Trump. I don't associate with people who bully, brag, and speak crudely to and about women. I do not consider that to be "normal human nature"

      I have never heard women at the beauty salon talk about grabbing men's crotches. I have never seen an adult  make fun of a disabled person on the job.

      I honesty don't know what world some of you people live in, where this behavior is considered "normal human nature."

      I keep using this term, but it's how I feel reading your post. Icky. Ew, rw, ew.

      1. ptosis profile image73
        ptosisposted 13 months agoin reply to this

        Horseback is just a forum troll who enjoys making people feel 'icky', I'm sure if Ol Bone  Spurs took a dump on the flag he would defend it.

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          ahorsebackposted 13 months agoin reply to this

          I call you a troll , you repeat it back to me ?  That's brilliant .......

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        ahorsebackposted 13 months agoin reply to this

        Well , aren't you the perfect human specimen  ? Keep up the good work......

        1. VanessaJanes profile image79
          VanessaJanesposted 13 months agoin reply to this

          Hmm, if only I were perfect.  Alas, I am merely a fallible human being, just like everyone else.  Isn't it telling, though, that saying one doesn't consider bragging, bullying, and taunting to be "normal human nature" is judged as pretending to be perfect.  My, my, how our standards have fallen.

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            ahorsebackposted 13 months agoin reply to this

            Well good manners do matter ,  at least they do to me , I would far rather see Trump as a polite , compassioned , articulate , progressive and a  mild mannered  leader .   But today's requirements for that "swamp draining " thing  requires a mover and a shaker , no more two faced political deals ,  there has to be a changing of the guards in Washington leadership . It is a must .     Obama promised it and couldn't deliver , Hilary promised it and  actually proved her collusion WITHIN IT . Biden has been a center piece in that corruption , MaCain , any past senator or congressman is part of the problem , not solution to it .     Will Trump prove himself worthy ?   We'll see .

            Given today's cultural acceptance to lousy manners in general and how that has manifest itself all around  , from adults to their children  , It  doesn't bother me much that he's a little crass .    And the voting public that's too sensitive to that ; too bad.

    2. Aime F profile image83
      Aime Fposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      Haha... what?! Have YOU spent an hour in a beauty salon listening in on women’s conversations?

      Back when I dyed my hair I spent up to 4 hours at a time in a salon every couple of months and not once did I hear anyone say anything about assaulting men. Most women talked about their families or vacations or work.

      My husband plays hockey 3x a week so spends quite a bit of time in a locker room, he thought it was hilarious that people tried to pass off what Trump said as “locker room talk.” He said occasionally a woman will come up and people will make comments like “oh yeah she’s really hot” or something along those lines, but if someone started talking the way that Trump did they’d be shocked and creeped out.

      Honestly if you think that kind of talk is normal or “human nature” then you need better friends. And a long hard look in the mirror.

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        ahorsebackposted 13 months agoin reply to this

        The "hard look in the mirror "  is due those who truly believe our leaders behavior is somehow prince and princess' like , rather than that  they are human so they have human flaws . Of course I'm talking real people not the great liberal politicians  like say the rapist Bill Clinton or dirty uncle  Joe Biden who are basically  predator like .     Do you just hold  conservative leaders accountable in  moral behavior or is your holier than though attitude only for the ideological opponents ?

        Oh that's right , Bill Clinton was never "charged "was he . There is the opposing ideological attitude.

        1. Aime F profile image83
          Aime Fposted 13 months agoin reply to this

          I guess I feel like talking about sexually assaulting women (and his attitude towards women in general) goes beyond basic “human flaws.”

          My attitude is that people should behave respectfully and not like sexual predators, whether someone is listening or not. It’s not “holier than thou” it’s just common decency. And yes I hold everyone to that standard.

          Perhaps it’s not an offence that you deemed big enough to sway your vote elsewhere and that’s your call, but I also don’t think that means you need to defend it or make excuses for him. You can be critical of someone even if they’re on your side.

        2. ptosis profile image73
          ptosisposted 13 months agoin reply to this

          I don't get it H
          How can you have 2 different standards?
          Clinton & Biden are Creeps. So is Trump. So is Roy Moore. Why defend one and attack the other. Why not attack all of them?

          People have this horrible tendency to think in a purely binary fashion.

  4. ptosis profile image73
    ptosisposted 13 months ago

    Outlandish and preposterous tweet from JOTUS

    Donald J. Trump‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
    Nov 11

    Why would Kim Jong-un insult me by calling me "old," when I would NEVER call him "short and fat?" Oh well, I try so hard to be his friend - and maybe someday that will happen!


    Trump thinks it's OK to taunt a foreign leader capable of sparking a nuclear conflict.

    Do you think Trump taunts will backfire with catastrophic results?

    other insults Donnie threw to Kim over time:
    'Sort of wacko'
    'Maniac sitting there'
    'Bad dude'
    'Rocket Man'
    'Madman'

    The Narcissist's Dilemma: They Can Dish It Out, But Can't Take It

    Without any clear recognition of what's motivating them, in their relationships as adults they continue to seek the encouragement, support, and acceptance denied them earlier. Yet, however unconsciously, at the same time they've cultivated the strongest defenses against ever having to feel so excruciatingly vulnerable again. And so when they're criticized, or think they're being criticized (and they're definitely hyper-alert to the possibility), they're compelled to react aggressively, in the frantic effort to avoid re-experiencing the terrible feelings of loneliness, abandonment, or rejection they suffered when they were younger. - https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/ev … ish-it-out

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      ahorsebackposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      Why can't liberals see that little fat man in North Korea is nothing but an exporter of the actual rhetoric of terror ?     It's his nations GDP.  That's all N.K. has to offer the world for incoming revenue. 
      " If I threaten the world with Nukes , they will buy me off ",  nothing has changed with that  from the end of the Korean conflict .
      It  works for them , they attain constant attention and pay off from countries like China Japan , Russia , the US ,under the table  .........they have no intention of bombing anyone .

      1. ptosis profile image73
        ptosisposted 13 months agoin reply to this

        Thank you H for your soothing post to remain calm.

        http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/879 … ike-Senate

        Headline: Trump Could Create Nuclear Holocaust in Five Minutes
        Donald Trump can launch nuclear codes just as easily as he can use his Twitter account,' says one senator during committee hearing. The US President has the power to order a nuclear strike without having to seek approval from military leaders or lawmakers.

        If Mr Trump did decide to launch an attack on North Korea, experts predict he would first hold an emergency conference with the defence secretary, Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman and other advisers before being briefed by the commander of US Strategic Command.

        He would then verify his authorisation using the nuclear football and security codes that he was given after being sworn into office. The codes are unique to him and contained on a small card known as the biscuit, which is kept on the President at all times.

        James Mattis and Rex Tillerson can’t stop a nuclear war if President Trump wants one, says former Defense Secretary Bill Perry.


        ___________________________________________
        http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world … 55171.html

        Former Commander of US Strategic Command Gen C Robert Kehler noted that America’s system requires civilian oversight, meaning “This is a system controlled by human beings. Nothing happens automatically”. A nuclear first strike would need to meet certain legal requirements, he added, noting that the military is obligated to disobey an “illegal order”.

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          ahorsebackposted 13 months agoin reply to this

          Oh great , the newest hysterics from the left .    Quick everyone , Curl up under your desks  and don't look out the windows ,   Little fat man is launching  tonight !
          I had enough of the cold war crap in the sixties going to elementary school .

          Listen  to yourselves !

          PLEASE DONNY ! Don't push that button !

          1. ptosis profile image73
            ptosisposted 13 months agoin reply to this

            I remember the 'duck and cover' under the desks also.
            Also going to the hall and facing the wall cover and cover our heads.
            We must be about the same age. I was born in 1961

            I remember watching graphic images nightly on the news and thinkng it was normal.
            The image of the little naked girl from Napalm bombing and the guy ready to execute a kneeling and bound guy are the two most strongest images I remember.


            I also thought Laugh-in was normal also.

 
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