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Hate crimes have encreased since Trump took power almost 2 years ago.
Though many try to deny it, Trumps hateful rhetoric is likely the cause. When
asked far right and hate groups are happy with Trump in the white house.
They feel embolden by his apparent support.

President Trump is apparently depressed due to the GOP losses in the
midterm election. Even so upset  his staff is avoiding him where possible.
Trump is a man who isn't used to loosing or told no by anyone.

Trump talks about how good a deal maker he is, but it's winning the deal 
he wants, not the compromises he is facing with the democrats in power.

Compromise is the name of the game with politics. The GOP own on power
has given Trump most of what he wants. Rule by decree. This is going to
change and Trump knows it, and it drives him crazy. As we have seen in
the past, when Trump is aggravated he becomes obsessed with the cause
of it for days.

We should expect to see changes in the white house staaff, as it's
likely Trump is looking to blame others for his failures. Even cabinet
members could find themselves without a job. Changes after the
midterm is common with presidents, but with Trump who can say.

You can find out more at the following links.
news forum / Re: Trump the GOP and Democrats. A new path or more of the same.
« Last post by Old Rabbit on November 13, 2018, 10:47:13 am »
President Trump finally backed down. and is declaring emergency status to  the
state of California over this fire tragedy. I guess he was told his tweet was bad
for his image, and the weather was at fault. Not the state of California who Trump
doesn't like because they voted for H Clinton.

The GOP and Trump are claiming the democrats are trying to steal the governor
and senate race in Florida. What they don't admit is the fact the GOP controlled 
state of Florida refuses to update voting systems in  aereas that are heavily
democratic. This greatly slows vote counts and leads to errors. This isn't new, the
GOP has used this trying to limit votes by democrats for years.

Of course supporters of Trump want to believe him when he claims fvoter fraud.
The day is coming when the GOP's dirty tricks won't be enough to keep them
in power. Hopefully when democrats take power they will put an end to this kind
of voter fraud. If the GOP would quit trying to suck up to the Super rich, they
wouldn't need to use dirty tricks to win. Unfortunately many of those leading
the GOP are like Trump. They think only rich people are smart enough to
run the country. They seem to think the  rest of us need their advice, as we
aren't smart enough. They think ocial programs hurt the country, and designed
to get lazy people to vote for democrats.

You can find out more at the following links.
furries on furry / Re: Walmart selling furstuit heads????
« Last post by Movian on November 13, 2018, 05:21:02 am »
after a quick call to my 2 local walmarts they were out of stock.

However I did find them on Amazon for $12.90

Just ordered one, to see if I can do anything with it! :)

After searching a little more, the walmart site also has wolf maskimals for $6.25
general furry discussion / Re: Non-performance uses for Fursuits?
« Last post by Jade Sinapu on November 12, 2018, 01:47:45 pm »
Fill one with sand, use as sand bag.
general furry discussion / Re: Non-performance uses for Fursuits?
« Last post by Jade Sinapu on November 12, 2018, 01:47:03 pm »
Okay so my last post on this thread maybe wasn't so useful. 

But what about using a fursuit to make cottage cheese, to strain out the watery portion, keeping the curds.
Just fill a glove with curds and whey, squeeze, and get the cottage cheese out.

news forum / Re: Trump the GOP and Democrats. A new path or more of the same.
« Last post by Old Rabbit on November 12, 2018, 10:35:35 am »
Nationalisim puts our country at risk. Think about it. It you stopped trusting
your neighbor you will start building walls and even arming yourself with
guns and attack dogs. Obviously your neighbor will respond in kind. This lack
of trust leads to conflicts, not prosperity between nations.

This nationalistic push by the far right will destroy our country, and possibly
the world. Trump is pushing it because he thinks it will keep him in the White
House. He doesn't care about you or our country,, it's all about himself and
how much money he can make as president. 

President Trump tweeted that it was bad forest managment by the state
of California that is causing the terrible fires there. I think trying to use
such a terrible event for political gain is more proof of Trumps immorality.
If there is cause to think the state of california is to blaim then investigate
it after the fires, not during them. If anything Trump should be offering
help to fight the fires. Instead he sends troops of the Mexican boarder
for political gain and little else.

To hear our fake president talk the only fair election is one the GOP wins. He
is trying to call for new elections because he wants the GOP to win. It's ok to
want to win, but not by the cheating of any party.

Trump and the GOP care more about winning than they do about our democracy.
These claims of voter fraud harms our democracy, not helping it. Seems the GOP
is so scared of cultural shift in this country they will do anything to win. They are
packing the court system with conservative judges to protect their cheating and
limits on voting. It's time we put limits on the Super Rich and not the average

You can find out more at the following links.
news forum / Re: Trump the GOP and Democrats. A new path or more of the same.
« Last post by Old Rabbit on November 11, 2018, 11:13:19 am »
Trumps call for nationalism could very well cause another world war. It's nations
working  together that helps keep the peace. When countries loose trust with each
other they start building protection for heir own interests. This can easily lead
to preemptive strikes that could lead to world war.

The democrats should investigate the president. They should pass legislation
that  they can point to in 2020 if the GOP or Trump fail to support it. Trump and
the GOP will try to say the democrats were only interested in punishment and not
good government if they don't. The democrats have to stand up and show the public
they are there for the good of the country. Putting limits on Trump is part of that.

How far willPresident Trump go trying to feed his supporters? He is treating
women of color with rude nasty remarks. Calling a professional reporter stupid,
and told a foreign woman reporter he couldn't understand her speech. It's possible
he was distracted for a moment, but his treatment of women says otherwise.

Trump claims he supports the military, but during his campaign he rand down
people who had served with distinction. Especially if they are killed or fail some
way, even to get get captured.  Trump likes the idea of a strong military, but
he does not respect those who serve. If they don't fit his idea of a good soldier
he is ready to expel them. He sent thousands of regular army troops to the
Mexican boarder trying to gain more votes for the GOP. He didn't care that he
was taking them away from their family. He didn't care they would miss being
with family during their fanksgiving holiday. Just to  sit at the boarder and call
the boarder patrol they see an illegal alien. They are not there to fight, if one
of them were to shoot a alien they could face legal troubles.

Trump claims Obama was the cause of cutting spending for the military. Well
the GOP owns it too. They were wanting to cut spending, and the budget cuts
for the military was supported by the GOP.

Think it wasn't about politics? Well have you heard anything aobut the so called
caravan or invasion since the election? Seems Trump has put it out of mind. So
it's not important any more. Trump will have spent over 100 million in tax dollars
for little return.

You can find out more at the following links.
general non-furry discussion / Re: What really "grinds your gears"?
« Last post by Varg the wanderer on November 10, 2018, 12:35:15 pm »
EES software. Somewhere in my code is some tiny, stupid mistake that's causing me to create energy from nothing. I've been loikibg fir it for weeks now. Grrrr
news forum / Re: Trump the GOP and Democrats. A new path or more of the same.
« Last post by Old Rabbit on November 10, 2018, 10:19:34 am »
President Trump went to France in part as a ceramony for the soldiers
of WWI. There is reports that Trump plans to have a meeting with 
Russia's Putin while there. The Europian Union has plans to build
up it's military. Trump had responded calling the French Presidents 
comment a insul, when he said it could be used against the Unightd
States if needed. Trump didn't comment on this later.

Voting in the state of Georgia is still up in the air. The man running
for govenor is trying to claim victory even though many votes have 
yet to be counted. He is even trying to use govenorial powers to
win the election. Trump is even calling for a new election trying to
say there was voter fraud. In fact it's nothing but the GOP trying to
use dirty tricks to win. They are trying to do the same thing in Florida
and Nevada hoping to gain two more senate seats.

President Trump released a modified video trying to show a reporter
hitting a woman staff member attempting to take the microphone
from him. It appears Trump isn't satisfied with lieing, he is releasing 
frauduelent videos now.

With a democratic house Trump is going to face real investigations of
his actions. No longer will he have the GOP to cover up for him. So
we can expect even more bluster from him. Already he is making
threats of war against the democrats if they investigate him or his
family. I think Trump is running scared, because he knows house
protection is gone. Hopefully he doesn't do something crazy between
now and the 2020 election.

You can find out more at the following links.
general non-furry discussion / Re: What really "grinds your gears"?
« Last post by cause the rat on November 09, 2018, 10:20:35 am »
ME! I can really be my worst help. After fighting to get something important done I forgot to save the new password. So now I'm going to have to call in, wait for an hour + to get a call back, and reset this all over again.
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