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Trump continues to call the media fake news. He uses this ploy trying
to coverup his misdeeds, and mistakes. Trump stacks lie upon lie trying
to keep himself and his family out of trouble.

Trump is mad at his CIA director because he didn't stay loyal to him during
a interview by NBC. It's possible Trump is looking for a replacement. This is
the same guy that told him the Russians hacked the 2016 election.

Trump has invited Putin to  Washington DC this fall. Even into the
white house.  We can only wonder what secrets Trump may expose
to the Russian leader.

I have heard some Trump supporters say Trumps a man who understands
the little guy.  Do they really think a man who never had a day in his life
where he had to do without, could have any idea what it's like to work
for a living? This guy started out as a multi millionair. It's likely all he had
to do as a kid was to crook his finger and his wish was granted.

People like this have no idea what the average person goes through to
make a living. He may have some idea told to him by friends or by
watching TB, but no real life experience. The kind of experience that
it takes to give one a true understanding of the real world. He like many
rich people feel poor people to be lazy bums that want everything
given to them.

This is why many  in the GOP want to get rid of social programs.
That and to lower their taxes.  They lower taxes then when the
democrats take power they have to raise taxes to cover the
deficits  caused by the GOP's tax cuts. The GOP turns around and
blames the democrats and social programs for higher taxes.

The GOP keeps this going in circles to help them stay in power or
return to power. Just  like they don't want to fix the immigration
problems. They want to use it to help get elected.

Politicians couldn't get by with this if the public would pay
attention to  what their public official do, and vote them out
for such activities. Instead many people listen to their half
truths andlies when they run for election. People shouldn't
vote for someone because their friends or family want them
to. Women shouldn't listen to their husbands on how to vote.
This happens a lot unfortunately.

I see an ad where a man is running for US senate as a republican.
This is well and good, but he is saying his democratic opponent is
too rich to understand our needs. This is so hypocritical when his
party stands behind a billionaire as our president.

You can find out more at the following links.
www.msnbc.com

www.investigaterussia.org



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furry greetings / Re: Happy Birthday.
« Last post by Old Rabbit on Today at 07:51:48 am »
Happy Birthday to you Rocket T. Coyote.  One of our members of over 10 years.

I hope you have a fine day.

"Tosses you a whole bag of chocolate chip cookies and a big cupcake with a
candle on it."

Old Rabbit :orbunny:
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general non-furry discussion / Re: The "Good News" thread.
« Last post by Loc on Today at 06:46:59 am »
The trainer we have actually did her training with and uses the methods of Caeser Millan.

Kimba had another session today, working on lead walking and more advanced car stuff, and she is showing very good improvement. All her walks are now going to be on the slip lead, and we're starting to shut car doors with her inside the car.
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debate forum / Re: The topic of Gun Control
« Last post by Foxpup on July 19, 2018, 07:57:29 pm »
Way to go, Federal Government. I hope you're proud of what you've approved here.  *sarcasm*  :goldpissed:  :goldpissed:  :goldpissed:
https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/19/us/3d-printed-gun-settlement-trnd/index.html
Nothing that wasn't already legal under the First Amendment. Besides, having the plans for something is not the same thing as making it, or even being able to make it. That's why I have plans for the Sten Mk II submachine gun despite not owning a metal lathe.
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debate forum / Re: The topic of Gun Control
« Last post by Kobuk on July 19, 2018, 06:04:31 pm »
Way to go, Federal Government. I hope you're proud of what you've approved here.  *sarcasm*  :goldpissed:  :goldpissed:  :goldpissed:
https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/19/us/3d-printed-gun-settlement-trnd/index.html

How much you wanna make a bet the NRA had a hand in getting this approved?  >:(
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general non-furry discussion / Re: The "Good News" thread.
« Last post by Firelight on July 19, 2018, 05:32:11 pm »
Kimba's pretty! I'd say use Ceaser Millan but it'd be hard to get him.

My good news is it's Eevee's birthday/adoption day!
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news forum / Re: Trump the GOP and Democrats. A new path or more of the same.
« Last post by Old Rabbit on July 19, 2018, 09:44:45 am »
I understand Kay. It's so sad that people become so set in
their ways they can't acept changes in society.  It's not that
they are all bad people, I think most really feel they are doing
good. This is why we are supposed to have people in government 
that look past emotion to do the right thing.

I really don't know what will change them except a disaster of
some kind. The Great depression changed a lot of people then
again it didn't change others. It's sad, but many people like
to place blaime on anyone but themselves.

Trump is a lousy businessman, and doesn't understand world
politics. But he understands how to manipulate a large percentage
of people. He is a professional actor, and salesman. A man who
probably could sell a furnace to those living on the equator.
A Charismatic  person who understands the human psyche can
sell almost anything. Just look at the various cults and religions
around the world.

If President Trump actually cared about making this country
great for anyone but the riches Americans. He could be a
great president. Unfortuantly he is a man who
care nothing for anyone but himself, and is oversized
ego is dragging his presidency down and likely the
whole country eventually. down.

Sure the economey is doing fine, but his tarrifs
and bad trade deals will put an end to that.
Obama left with a growing economy. The GOP
and Trump have tied their wagons to it. So
when it does slow down or crash it will take
them with it.
History has shown tarrifs hurt the economy. It
was one of the big causes of the great depression
along with a overgrown stockmarcket.
Sound familiar? Time will tell.

Trump has supported Putin from the beginning. What
ties Trump to Putin? Trump hides his tax returns.
 What secrets do they hold? Congress could get them
but they seem to be afraid of what they might find.

Trump is considering sending Obamas ambassador
to Russia because Putin wants to question him. It's
likely Putin wants to imprison or kill him. The man
has been under threat by Putin for some time. Sending 
this man to Russia could be a death sentence.

You can find out more at the following links.
www.msnbc.com

www.investigaterussia.org
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news forum / Re: Trump the GOP and Democrats. A new path or more of the same.
« Last post by Kay Alett on July 18, 2018, 11:56:16 pm »
Trump continues to claim
he has been very tough on Russia. More than any other president. This is
ridiculous, could it be Trump really believes it? If so we are in the hands
of a man who is loosing his mind.

It's a well known tactic of Trump to make an outlandish statement that he's doing something better than everyone else.
It's a tactic that's served him well in his business dealings and it works against the more simple-minded citizens who would rather just switch their brains off and bring in a president who won't ask them to think about political issues.
Just listen to this crap: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YA631bMT9g8

And it really upsets me this whole mentality of "Can't someone else do it?" when it comes to politics.
My own dad gets mad at me when I try to bring up politics. He asks a question about why gay people want marriage, or why the Black Panther movie talks about racial issues. Then when I try to answer him he shuts me out. Because he doesn't want to think about the political structure of the country. H doesn't want to acknowledge that the political landscape affects him. He just wants to sit in his room, he and my stepmom, watching tv, and sit in their little bubble and pretend the world outside doesn't exist.

And I see his attitude in a lot of people. People who want the politicians to run things for them so they can sit at home watching their reality tv and pretend there isn't a world beyond the town they live in.
Nearly all of them will never leave their towns in their whole lives. Most of them won't even ever get the chance to step outside of their states so why should they think about the world beyond their front door if they never see it?

(On a side note if I had some god-like power to make something mandatory for all people it would be that every person on earth must spend a minimum or two years traveling abroad, visiting other countries and seeing the world. Every person on Earth.)


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Those in Russia look at Trump like he is a fool since the meeting with Putin..
Back turning Trumps campaign Putin remarked that Trump acts like a clown.
Trump at the time tried to say Putin was praising him.

It isn't just Russia. Countries all over the world have made their own parodies about Trump.
I won't link it here because of the language but look up on youtube "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" and go to time index 4:05 where Oliver shows just a handful of parodies that other countries have made about Trump.

Trump, and the US by proxy, is a joke in the eyes of the world. Trump got into office with the slogan "make america great again" but he has done the exact opposite.
Obama tried very hard to raise the US' standing and image in the world and maybe if the republicans hadn't held him back so much he could have done more than baby steps. But whatever progress Obama made to make america look decent to the world has been destroyed by our electing a man who is so outlandish, so loud, so selfish, and so ill-equipped for office that he's like a cartoon character. Like an american stereotype as seen in japanese anime that has come to life.

And now I'm going to stop because I feel like I'm just rambling and fear I may have completely lost whatever point I was attempting to make.
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furry storytelling / Re: Iara's Writing Corner-Prompt Challenge!
« Last post by Jade Sinapu on July 18, 2018, 09:48:53 am »
What about...
"He shattered his femur, and water was running low"
If that is too "directive" you do not have to use it.
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news forum / Re: Trump the GOP and Democrats. A new path or more of the same.
« Last post by Old Rabbit on July 18, 2018, 09:00:29 am »
It seems President Trump thinks we are all idiots when he claimed he
mis spoke "would for wouldn't" If he had really done so he would have
corrected it immediately not a day later. He tried to say he hadn't seen
the transcript of his remarks till the next day. I am absolutly sure he
was told most strongly on the plane ride home how  big his mistake
was.

When he was on Fox news when he returned to Washington DC He could
have reversed his self at that time, not the next day. It's reported the
vice president and the secretary of state sat down with Trump and worked
out the excuse for Trump. Even when he read the prepared remarks he ad
libed that he stillfelt it could have been others instead of Russia.

The whole press conference by Trump was incoherent. While Putin
spoke to the point Trump just rambled from subject to subject.  He
didn't even answer some of the questions trying to shift the blame
to the democrats and H Clinton for the hacking.

There are reports that cheif of staff Kelly got on the phone and told
repbublicn they should tell Trump that he should clarify himself, apparently
hoping this would get Trump to  back up and change his comments not
supporting the United States over Russia. Even when Trump did it was
half hearted.

I think we all noticed how quick the GOP changed after Trumps so called
clarification.  They are starting to make excuses for Trump instead of 
standing up for our country. The GOP cares more about holding power
than the United States of America.

Trump supporters say they like Trump because he is outspoken and is
strong for our country. Sure didn't sound that way last m onday. Trump
acted more like a whipped oup instead of a strong leader.  He evensaid
Putin strongly denied  hacking our election. Like he shouted Trump down
during their private meeting.

I first noticed this meakness in Trump during the news conference after
he met with the Mexican President. Trump is only strong when he feels he
is in control. Otherwise he is very weak. It's a fact he hasn't the nerve to
fire anyone personally, unless the person is a whimp. Sure he sounds
strong in his rallys where the room is full of supporters. Even then when
someone stands up to him he has his supporters toss them out. He is
afraid to debate them in fron of his supporters.

I really doubt that NATO can't depend on Trump if Russia invades any
member of NATO. They best start building up their own defenses.

The USA will be standing by it's self if congress fails to limit Trumps actions
over the next few years. I wonder if we will every find out why Trump
submits to Putin from the start of his campaign. Trump continues to claim
he has been very tough on Russia. More than any other president. This is
ridiculous, could it be Trump really believes it? If so we are in the hands
of a man who is loosing his mind. 

Those in Russia look at Trump like he is a fool since the meeting with Putin..
Back turning Trumps campaign Putin remarked that Trump acts like a clown.
Trump at the time tried to say Putin was praising him.

You can find out more at the following links.
www.msnbc.com

www.investigaterussia.org

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