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    Re: Mr. Louis Dobbs, quoted.

    Quote Originally Posted by Torus34 View Post
    Hi, SOD! I hope you enjoyed my little bit of fluff. There are times when the best way to refute nonsense is to just, as Chef Emeril would say, 'Kick it up a notch!'.

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    I got that you were being sarcastic. My comments about delusional people weren't aimed at you but those who can't seem to understand why people don't like Trump.

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    Re: Mr. Louis Dobbs, quoted.

    Quote Originally Posted by radioman View Post
    I agree with all you've said here.
    My question is how can Trump supporters not see the same thing.
    Is it some sort of tribalism that will reject all DJT criticism?
    The guy lies all the time, his supporters know it.
    Why don't DJT's fans just say "He lies sure, but we like his performance as prez, so we just don't care."
    Oh, that's easily explained. MAGA is a death cult
    Well, he see this one particularly hot chick and not does she bag he slackjawed, but he lets a "Whoa" slip out

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    Re: Mr. Louis Dobbs, quoted.

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Hating Donald Trump is something to proud of. It is a sign you love America and its people and are sad to see a great nation and a great people saddled with this mentally disturbed narcissist and incompetent fool. It is an act of pure patriotism.
    It's not that I hate Trump, but that I love my country. Trump is making an embarrassing mess of our country. He was and is and always will be unfit for the office he now holds. His incompetence was apparent before he was elected, and his actions in office have verified it. I don't call that hate, but a realistic assessment of Trump. He is out of his depth.
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    Re: Mr. Louis Dobbs, quoted.

    Quote Originally Posted by devildavid View Post
    It's not that I hate Trump, but that I love my country. Trump is making an embarrassing mess of our country. He was and is and always will be unfit for the office he now holds. His incompetence was apparent before he was elected, and his actions in office have verified it. I don't call that hate, but a realistic assessment of Trump. He is out of his depth.
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    Re: Mr. Louis Dobbs, quoted.

    Quote Originally Posted by bubbabgone View Post
    In case there's someone who wants to find out if your employer made a political donation to a Republican so they could try to destroy their business.
    Even though you yourself haven't you'd still be affected if they were successful.
    It's a case of collateral damage but that's to be expected and you wouldn't mind, right?
    It's intimidation but it is free speech after all and it's all the rage these days.
    Lol...well since I haven't been anyone's employee for more than 10 years I could careless.

    I don't know why making a donation to a Republican would cause a company to lose business. Since Republicans keep winning elections I assume there are a larger number of them maybe they could up their support of the business that's being harmed. What's the big deal?

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    Re: Mr. Louis Dobbs, quoted.

    Quote Originally Posted by Middle_Ground View Post
    Lol...well since I haven't been anyone's employee for more than 10 years I could careless.

    I don't know why making a donation to a Republican would cause a company to lose business. Since Republicans keep winning elections I assume there are a larger number of them maybe they could up their support of the business that's being harmed. What's the big deal?
    Making a donation is no big deal at all. To me. And to you.
    But doxxing and blacklisting is organized and done by the Left to pressure employers and intimidate political opponents.
    Would tolerant people do that?
    Would people comfortable with their positions do that?

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    Re: Mr. Louis Dobbs, quoted.

    Quote Originally Posted by bubbabgone View Post
    Making a donation is no big deal at all. To me. And to you.
    But doxxing and blacklisting is organized and done by the Left to pressure employers and intimidate political opponents.
    Would tolerant people do that?
    Would people comfortable with their positions do that?
    Boycotting is as American as apple pie.
    Doxxing used to be called gossiping.
    Every business has to make a decision support what your patrons support or go out of business.
    Personally I stopped shopping at both hobby lobby and chick fila about 10 years ago. When Walmart 1st came to my area the city blocked them so they built 2 stores in poorer bordering cities literally right on the borders, I didn't step foot in a Walmart until almost 10 years after they opened even now I only go there when I'm in another city or if at home if everything else is closed.
    My question for you is Republicans keep winning elections so if that's the case then there are more of them than Democrats why aren't they exercising the right to boycott, instead of just complaining?
    If I remember correctly they are really good at organizing...why aren't they?
    For the life of me I keep wondering where all those mobs went especially during the 2017 healthcare town halls?

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    Re: Mr. Louis Dobbs, quoted.

    Quote Originally Posted by Torus34 View Post
    "“I am so tired of hearing the rationalization of the left in this country because they hate Donald Trump, inexplicably and without foundation. They choose to hate America. The Democrats have truly become the party of hate.”

    It appears, at least to this sidewalk observer of the passing parade, that Mr. Dobbs is doing his level best to get the Fox News network back into the good graces of President of the United States of America Donald Trump. The President's re-tweet suggests that his effort is not in vain.

    'Fair and balanced'.

    And so it goes ...
    He's the right man for the job:

    Lou Dobbs is too extreme even for Fox Business News.
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    Re: Mr. Louis Dobbs, quoted.

    Quote Originally Posted by Middle_Ground View Post
    Boycotting is as American as apple pie.
    Doxxing used to be called gossiping.
    Every business has to make a decision support what your patrons support or go out of business.
    Personally I stopped shopping at both hobby lobby and chick fila about 10 years ago. When Walmart 1st came to my area the city blocked them so they built 2 stores in poorer bordering cities literally right on the borders, I didn't step foot in a Walmart until almost 10 years after they opened even now I only go there when I'm in another city or if at home if everything else is closed.
    My question for you is Republicans keep winning elections so if that's the case then there are more of them than Democrats why aren't they exercising the right to boycott, instead of just complaining?
    If I remember correctly they are really good at organizing...why aren't they?

    For the life of me I keep wondering where all those mobs went especially during the 2017 healthcare town halls?
    You're wondering why Republicans don't behave like Democratics? Really?
    The answer should be obvious by now cuz I've been showing you.
    The Democratics are the Party of organized intolerance & intimidation.
    And they want to codify it in the Constitution ... but that's another thread.

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    Re: Mr. Louis Dobbs, quoted.

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    That makes no sense as I have been in the Democratic Party since I was 21 years of age and am now 70. So which groups that I loathed have I joined?
    The groups you loath are those you consider hate groups. The Democrat party has become a hate group.
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