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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Thu Apr 09, 2:18 am

I'm with the "Media" on this one.

Fuck his lying ass.


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"Donald Trump has made many false or misleading statements, including thousands during his presidency. Commentators and fact-checkers have described this as "unprecedented" in American politics, and the consistency of these falsehoods has become a distinctive part of both his business and political identity. Trump is known to have made controversial statements and subsequently denied having done so, and by June 2019, many news organizations had started describing some of his falsehoods as lies. The Washington Post said his frequent repetition of false claims amounts to a campaign based on disinformation."

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby smokedpeppers » Thu Apr 09, 2:58 am

what??, the current lease holder of 1900 is the only one to embellish .
our entire political movement is about talking shit .
or did you just wake up to that fact??

Rudy wrote:Fuck his lying ass.

if this is something you really have your heart set on, give it a go .
but 44 'allegedly' would have been more accommodating to that?

smokedpeppers wrote:Image

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Thu Apr 09, 4:12 am

smokedpeppers wrote:what??, the current lease holder of 1900 is the only one to embellish .
our entire political movement is about talking shit .
or did you just wake up to that fact??

Rudy wrote:Fuck his lying ass.

if this is something you really have your heart set on, give it a go .
but 44 'allegedly' would have been more accommodating to that?


I believe this may be more of the popular "what-a-bout-ism" I've been hearing for some time concerning our unlikely leader.

I am talking specifically about Trump, and his malevolent impulse to lie, twist facts and stoke his own ego.

Then, truly, there is his asinine use of, and then pitiful attacks on "the Media" for asking uncomfortable questions.

Unfortunately, we now have a sizeable portion of our population that is just absolutely fine with his behavior, well just because, that`s why.

Very troubling. That.

Well fuck that, and fuck his supporters too if they are that fucking silly.

I am simply calling a douche a douche. Nothing more, nothing less.

I also specifically called out Bushes lying ass when he was embroiling us in a war.
I didn`t deflect and pine away about how George Washington began all American wars when we broke away from England.

Never took you for a Trumpster smokey.
Sorry if I get under your skin with my aversion to your hero.
You could do better. IMO



Well, what-a-bout that?

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Cat » Thu Apr 09, 10:51 am

smokedpeppers wrote:what??, the current lease holder of 1900 is the only one to embellish .
our entire political movement is about talking shit .
or did you just wake up to that fact??


Trump has set a new standard for stupidity and bullshit and so have the brain dead crispy old hippie fucks who like him. Some geezers, and you're probably one of them, accept him because he's a peer in age and it makes them feel relevant, empowered and still significant as they near death. You enjoy that don't you. Impotent old man Trump out trying to kick ass everyday and talking like his dick still works.

Don't insult our intelligence by making excuses for your boy and passing it off as more of the same because it isn't like that you asshole.

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Bohannon » Thu Apr 09, 1:04 pm

Please don't blame the hippies...we are still very liberal. tRump sucks asswater.

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Cat » Thu Apr 09, 1:16 pm

Bohannon wrote:Please don't blame the hippies...


LOL
Please, 99% became their fucking parents.

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Hobie » Thu Apr 09, 1:45 pm

Socrates
“When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser.”

― Socrates

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Thu Apr 09, 2:13 pm

...but, THIS is the mother fucking Burn Book.

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Hobie » Thu Apr 09, 2:36 pm

enjoy :.

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Thu Apr 09, 3:45 pm

Of course, this Administration, with the jagged signatures of the President have indeed done some significant and decent things. But amidst the confusion caused by the President's attacks, falsehoods, gaslighting and smokescreens it is difficult to appreciate. Much like my love of a flavorful well cooked duck.
As much as I love duck, it's impossible to savor the actual duck rectum, knowing everything that has been through there.

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Thu Apr 09, 7:02 pm

Granted, there might be some rare occasion, abject starvation, or some chefs brilliant cooking technique
that makes a ducks anus appeal to me in ways I've yet to discover in my many happy years.

But, no. This is my fucking analogy and it's just not going to happen here.

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Fri May 29, 12:45 am

Imagine if
Trump acted
as quickly
about COVID-19
as he did after being
fact-checked by Twitter.

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby smokedpeppers » Fri May 29, 12:59 am

evening rudy . all's well in okieland??

cityliver usta be notorious for large font .
he jazzed his up with colour tho .

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Fri May 29, 1:36 am

Good evening.
Doing well.
Okieland is much the same as it's been since the land run, only now we have casinos.
Been bored, but now fixing to get very busy. Thank God.
I have vague memories of the name cityliver.
A wild one yes?

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Wed Jun 03, 12:34 am

Absolutely hilarious memes already floating around the net
of Trumps ignorantly conceived "photo op".

https://www.google.com/search?q=trump+b ... =firefox-b

This 1 image may very well have screwed his pooch for good!

He just can't help himself...lol

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Tue Jun 09, 2:15 am

Twat Waddle demands respect.

He refuses to wear a mask in public because he
thinks it makes him look weak.

Then he builds a 3 mile long baby-gate around the White House!

LOL!

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby modern roots » Tue Jun 09, 4:36 pm

Rudy, where did he say a mask makes him look weak?

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Tue Jun 09, 9:25 pm

modern roots wrote:Rudy, where did he say a mask makes him look weak?


On his face, Dummy.

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Wed Jun 10, 4:46 pm

The latest horrible thing that Satan's cock sucker in the WH has offered to his slobbering sycophants is a flimsy conspiratorial lie about how an old man fell harder than he was shoved.

What an unbelievable ass.


Uh Oh.
NEWSBREAK
There is more...

This is no longer the latest horrible thing.
It is just one of many continuing assaults on decency
by dickhead don.

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Wed Jun 10, 10:17 pm

Today, Twitter Twat sent cease and desist letters and other legal correspondence demanding that CNN
stop publishing polls that show him trailing Biden in 2020.

Such a fearful little cunt.

Only by sending in troops could he have made a more fascist attempt at quelling his opposition.

Of course, America, not being a fascist state, won't allow Pighead to pull that type of maneuver, so CNN politely told him to fuck off.

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Thu Jun 11, 12:30 am

In Iran, if a 12 year old is raped and impregnated by her father she must
carry the baby to term or risk being sent to prison for life.

No, wait a minute. Sorry, no.

That's Alabama.

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Thu Jun 11, 2:58 am

Oh. And he wants an APOLOGY!

LMAO!




"President Donald Trump's campaign is demanding CNN retract and apologize for a recent poll that showed him well behind presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
The demand, coming in the form of a cease and desist letter to CNN President Jeff Zucker that contained numerous incorrect and misleading claims, was immediately rejected by the network.
"We stand by our poll," said Matt Dornic, a CNN spokesman.

The CNN poll conducted by SSRS and released on Monday shows Trump trailing the former vice president by 14 points, 55%-41%, among registered voters. It also finds the President's approval rating at 38% -- his worst mark since January 2019, and roughly on par with approval ratings for one-term Presidents Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush at this point in their reelection years -- and his disapproval rating at 57%

In the letter to Zucker, the Trump campaign argued that the CNN poll is "designed to mislead American voters through a biased questionnaire and skewed sampling."
"It's a stunt and a phony poll to cause voter suppression, stifle momentum and enthusiasm for the President, and present a false view generally of the actual support across America for the President," read the letter, signed by the Trump campaign's senior legal adviser Jenna Ellis and chief operating officer Michael Glassner.

The campaign formally requested that CNN retract the poll and publish a "full, fair, and conspicuous retraction, apology, and clarification to correct its misleading conclusions."
David Vigilante, CNN's executive vice president and general counsel, told the campaign that its "allegations and demands are rejected in their entirety."
"To my knowledge, this is the first time in its 40-year history that CNN had been threatened with legal action because an American politician or campaign did not like CNN's polling results," Vigilante wrote in his response. "To the extent we have received legal threats from political leaders in the past, they have typically come from countries like Venezuela or other regimes where there is little or no respect for a free and independent media."
READ: CNN's response to Trump campaign's demand for an apology over poll that shows Biden leading
READ: CNN's response to Trump campaign's demand for an apology over poll that shows Biden leading
After CNN released the poll earlier this week, Trump tweeted that he had hired Republican pollster McLaughlin & Associates to "analyze" the survey and others "which I felt were FAKE based on the incredible enthusiasm we are receiving." McLaughlin ranks as one of the least accurate pollsters in the industry, as measured by FiveThirtyEight.
But several other polls released over the past few weeks -- including polls by ABC News/Washington Post, Monmouth University, NPR/PBS Newshour/Marist College, NBC News/Wall Street Journal, Quinnipiac University and Fox News -- also show Biden well ahead of Trump. These polls, averaged with the CNN poll, find Biden up by double digits, a result well outside any margin of error.
Misleading claims
The campaign's letter, which heavily cites findings by McLaughlin, makes several incorrect and misleading claims.
"It's a poll of 1,259 adults -- not even registered voters, let alone likely voters," the letter says, citing a McLaughlin memo from earlier this week.
While it's accurate that 1,259 adults were reached on landlines or cell phones by a live interviewer for the survey, the 14-point margin by which Trump is trailing Biden came from a question posed only to 1,125 registered voters. It's typical for polling to sample registered voters rather than likely ones at this stage of the race, as it's difficult to project whether voters will participate in an election that is five months away. CNN, as do most public pollsters, typically reports results from likely voters around Labor Day.
It should be noted that in CNN's poll, Biden expands his lead among those who are most (i.e. extremely) enthusiastic to vote.

McLaughlin says CNN's survey is a "skewed anti-Trump poll of only 25% Republican." That percentage of respondents, however, is consistent with several other major polls that use live telephone interviews, which provide the most reliable snapshot of the race. McLaughlin this week argued that pollsters should include a third of Republicans in surveys to reflect the 33% that they represented in the 2016 vote, but exit polls nearly always have higher shares of partisans and lower shares of independents than pre-election phone polls.
Among the entire sample, 32% identified themselves in CNN's poll as Democrats, 25% identified themselves as Republicans, and 44% described themselves as independents or belonging to another party. Results for the full sample have a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3.4 percentage points. It is 3.6 points among registered voters.
The letter to Zucker also includes McLaughlin's criticism that the poll, conducted between June 2 and 5, was taken "before the great economic news," an improvement in the jobless rate that was released on Friday, even though the poll was still being conducted throughout that day.
And the survey comes amid an especially turbulent time in Trump's presidency, including the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, outrage and concern over race relations in the wake of George Floyd's killing at the hands of police officers, and the US officially entering a recession.

McLaughlin has also argued that the poll unfairly includes "questions on issues including race relations, not job creation, which could have biased the poll further," though CNN's survey does ask registered voters who would better handle the economy (Trump leads 51% to Biden's 46%) and was conducted at the height of the Floyd protests.

Trump has regularly chafed at polls that do not reflect favorably on him while promoting ones that do. Last month, Trump bashed Fox News, a network he often touts and gives interviews to, for a telephone-conducted poll that showed him behind Biden by 8 points, and instead pointed to a CNN poll released earlier in the month where he was leading Biden in battleground states. That CNN poll, however, showed Biden had a 5-point lead over Trump among registered voters nationwide.
"Why doesn't @FoxNews put up the CNBC POLL or the (believe it or not!) @CNN Poll? Hope Roger A is looking down and watching what has happened to this once beautiful creation!" Trump tweeted at the time, referring to the late Fox News founder Roger Ailes.

Trump has also credited CNN's polling when it has suited him, as he did in December 2015 when he thanked several on-air reporters for their "very professional reporting of the new CNN Poll" that showed him ahead in the Iowa caucuses."


Twat.

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Mon Jun 15, 4:40 pm

SUCK IT 45 !

LONG LIVE
FREEDOM !

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby modern roots » Mon Jun 15, 4:43 pm

Rudy wrote:SUCK IT 45 !

LONG LIVE
FREEDOM !


And suck it 46.
And suck it 47.
You just keep voting for either Democrats and Republicans and it will remain suck it. You're keeping your own self in chains by your very vote. LOL!!

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Wed Jun 17, 1:56 pm

In the midst of a global pandemic, with all the associated economic and
social difficulties currently raging, when people need health care security the absolute most, Mitch McConnell and Trump's Justice Department are furiously at work behind the scenes to overturn the Affordable Health Care Act, the DOJ refusing to fulfill its traditional responsibility to defend federal laws in court.

Way to go fucksticks!

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Wed Jun 17, 4:55 pm

As long as we continue to support this corrupted Oligarchy posing as a Democracy, healthcare will continue to be viewed as a commodity, with a going rate and a bottom line.
Much like a cattle processing operation, only with people.

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby modern roots » Wed Jun 17, 5:56 pm

Rudy wrote:As long as we continue to support this corrupted Oligarchy posing as a Democracy, healthcare will continue to be viewed as a commodity, with a going rate and a bottom line.
Much like a cattle processing operation, only with people.


What kind of problem do you have with healthcare? I'm totally, 100% satisfied with my healthcare. I go to any doctor I want, in any state I want with no out of pocket expense. I have supplemental insurance so I have zero deductibles to meet. I pay zero for office visits and lab work. Hospital stays are covered, it's great. I even have prescription drug insurance. My medicine without insurance would cost me over $550 a month. I pay a measly $3.60 for my medicine! LOL! Can't beat that. It's pocket change.

I mean what kind of gripe do you have with healthcare? Be specific and give me an example.

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby Rudy » Wed Jun 17, 7:36 pm

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Re: The Burn Book

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modern roots wrote:
Rudy wrote:As long as we continue to support this corrupted Oligarchy posing as a Democracy, healthcare will continue to be viewed as a commodity, with a going rate and a bottom line.
Much like a cattle processing operation, only with people.


What kind of problem do you have with healthcare? I'm totally, 100% satisfied with my healthcare. I go to any doctor I want, in any state I want with no out of pocket expense. I have supplemental insurance so I have zero deductibles to meet. I pay zero for office visits and lab work. Hospital stays are covered, it's great. I even have prescription drug insurance. My medicine without insurance would cost me over $550 a month. I pay a measly $3.60 for my medicine! LOL! Can't beat that. It's pocket change.

I mean what kind of gripe do you have with healthcare? Be specific and give me an example.




The 550$ a month YOU should be paying instead of healthy citizens who offset your insurance deductibles.

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Re: The Burn Book

Postby modern roots » Thu Jun 18, 2:31 am

nemesystem wrote:
modern roots wrote:
Rudy wrote:As long as we continue to support this corrupted Oligarchy posing as a Democracy, healthcare will continue to be viewed as a commodity, with a going rate and a bottom line.
Much like a cattle processing operation, only with people.


What kind of problem do you have with healthcare? I'm totally, 100% satisfied with my healthcare. I go to any doctor I want, in any state I want with no out of pocket expense. I have supplemental insurance so I have zero deductibles to meet. I pay zero for office visits and lab work. Hospital stays are covered, it's great. I even have prescription drug insurance. My medicine without insurance would cost me over $550 a month. I pay a measly $3.60 for my medicine! LOL! Can't beat that. It's pocket change.

I mean what kind of gripe do you have with healthcare? Be specific and give me an example.




The 550$ a month YOU should be paying instead of healthy citizens who offset your insurance deductibles.


Why do you say that? I pay a monthly premium for prescription drug insurance. After all, that's the purpose and nature of insurance. You pay your monthly premium and they pay the other costs. I mean that's how insurance works.
Where's your criticism for the high cost of my medicine? Don't you think a little over $550 a month without insurance is excessive? It's 60 tiny pills. That's almost $10 a pill without insurance. Don't you think that's a little much? My God, I can understand making a profit, but $10 for a tiny little pill that probably didn't cost them 25 cents to make? When is enough enough for you. I'm happy with my insurance. And after all, if you don't use your insurance then why do you have it?


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