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    [–] Trump praises health care of Nambia, a nonexistent African country TheEssexian 1 points ago in politics

    It's literally (sometimes) like a second grader being taught phonetics. Other times it's like he's drunk. Other times he just sounds like a total ignoramus.

    But... I kinda get irked when people focus on this. Yes, it does show how incompetent he is, but he's doing things that are far worse than mispronouncing words. Let's focus on those.

    It's like how the general international population just thinks of Kim Jung Un as that short fat dictator in North Korea who has a funny hair cut, but really he is torturing his own people constantly and having them executed. He's not funny. He's scary.

    [–] Trump praises health care of Nambia, a nonexistent African country TheEssexian 1 points ago in politics

    Fake news? False flag? That's just the media trying to stop the people's dictator from doing his job. The media has to respect him more. Unless he's originally from Kenya, in which case he's a secret Muslim. ;-)

    [–] Trump praises health care of Nambia, a nonexistent African country TheEssexian 1 points ago in politics

    Their dictator... he gets a bad rap in the press. Very unfair. You know the fake news media. You go to his country; the people love him. They love him. He's a great great leader. He's so popular. Terrific guy.

    [–] Trump praises health care of Nambia, a nonexistent African country TheEssexian 1 points ago in politics

    And let me tell, these doctors, they're terrific. Terrific, terrific doctors. You couldn't ask for a better doctor. They do great great work. And I should know. I know the best doctors.

    [–] Trump praises health care of Nambia, a nonexistent African country TheEssexian 1 points ago in politics

    A very successful visit. It was a great great visit. And the prince. He is a terrific prince. And let me tell ya, I know some great princes. This one. He' very very great.

    [–] Hello NBA Reddit! It's Kevin Garnett from KG Area 21. Ask me anything. TheEssexian 1 points ago in nba

    How much impact do players generally feel the officials have on the game?

    [–] Hello NBA Reddit! It's Kevin Garnett from KG Area 21. Ask me anything. TheEssexian 1 points ago in nba

    Your original run in Minny. What would you have liked to have done differently? Or what would you have liked to see the front office do differently? Do you feel like that 2004 year could have gone differently?

    [–] [LA Times] Kevin Durant says he hasn't been able to eat or sleep since posting disparaging tweets about the Thunder TheEssexian 0 points ago in nba

    Who even gives a fuck about this. To be honest, I couldn't even be bothered to read this shit.

    He didn't like his old team; he ripped them in public with some alt account or something. Those fans already hated him. He's still an amazing player.

    Can we all move on? I mean... just about everybody I know has created an alt account on something (Twitter, FB, Reddit). I mean... who even gives a shit.

    [–] If both parties were drunk, how can only one be accused of rape? TheEssexian 4 points ago in MensRights

    I'm a little confused here.

    Her testimony is "I woke up on top of him and he was having sex with me." Wouldn't she be the one having sex with him if she was on top?

    And what's with this "I wasn't interested in him, but I invited him back to my place to sleep on my bed with me and cuddle. But I was clear I wasn't interested in him." I'm not saying the latter gives one permission to have sex or implies consent, but last I check, when women invite you over to sleep in their bed and cuddle with them, it means they at the very least have a passing interest.

    Seems all over the place here.

    [–] If both parties were drunk, how can only one be accused of rape? TheEssexian 1 points ago in MensRights

    What is 'video' statement? Is she not cross examined? I realize that can be traumatic in instances of sexual assault, but not being able to cross examine your accuser can be pretty traumatic when you get sent to prison for a crime you didn't commit based on testimony you weren't allowed to question.

    May be off here. Can somebdoy explain?

    [–] 95% of America TheEssexian 3 points ago * (lasted edited 8 hours ago) in PoliticalHumor

    The anti-first amendment group. You mean Donald Trump-who constantly attacks the press and tries to restrict what they can say-and his supporters?

    Your misdirection and lack of evidence doesn't work on me. Sorry. Donald Trump and many of his supporters are the ones working against the first amendment.

    And FYI: the first amendment isn't ONLY there to let racist, hateful, ignorant bigots talk about how much they hate Black people want to kill Jews, and think that they are genetically superior. It is also there to allow people to criticize the government. You know, like how right-winger think the 2nd amendment is there to help them commit treason.

    Or, as is the case with some Trump supporters, it isn't there JUST make up lies about political movements to misdirect attention from the fact that a Jew-hating racist ran over a woman protesting for civil rights.

    But hey, "antifa, Seth Rich, Hilary's emails." Am I right?

    [–] 95% of America TheEssexian 1 points ago in PoliticalHumor

    The "what about" argument. Classic Trump.

    Reporter: "Hey Trump, how do you feel about the Nazis and their violence?"

    Trump: "The Nazis? What about the alt-left? Huh?"

    [–] 95% of America TheEssexian 6 points ago in PoliticalHumor

    This forum is for Trump supporters only. If you have questions about our president, our way of thinking or other discussion questions, post on r/AskThe_Donald, where we will gladly answer. This forum is NOT for that.

    Reads to me like if you question their way of thinking, you get banned. If you don't support Trump, you get banned.

    You might make a semantic argument there, saying that there is a difference between 'questioning' and 'criticising', but you don't even have to criticise him on the subreddit to get banned; all you need to do is simply not be a supporter.

    That is their right; it's their subreddit and their community. I'm not asking them to change their rules, but I feel like my comment is an accurate reflection of the rules they have in place.

    [–] 95% of America TheEssexian 1 points ago in PoliticalHumor

    Yeah... 'approval' doesn't equal 'great job'.

    [–] 95% of America TheEssexian 3 points ago * (lasted edited a day ago) in PoliticalHumor

    Trump said (not somebody else) that his base was loyal to him no matter what and he could literally shoot somebody in the back of the head in broad day light, in front of witnesses, and not lose a single supporter.

    I stated people (on the left and right) will blindly support people regardless of any number of horrible things they might do (one of the most extreme being raping a child) and still maintain support from people around them (as demonstrated by the case of Polanski).

    Also demonstrated by Trump? Sure... he's had accusations of pedofilia as well, and without any evidence one way or the other, some Trump supporters (not all, but some very vocal people) took to accusing the woman of lying. Meanwhile, Trump himself chose to believe women who accused Bill Clinton of rape without evidence. It's a double standard.

    At the end of the day, people on both sides will follow a child rapist if it suit their purpose, and Trump had boldly claimed that all of his followers think that way, even if you think they do not, that's what the man has said.. Accoriding to him, you'd still vote for him if he shot somebody in broad day light.

    If you take issue with that, take it up with Donald. Not me.

    Now... as to Trump doing "continuing to deliver on his campaign promises", last time I checked, he didn't drain the swamp; he made it bigger. Regulatory capture is running wild. ISIS? Still here. I thought he had a secret plan that would get rid of them inside a month? There is a ton is shit Trump said he would do that he hasn't (healthcare reform) and a ton of shit he's doing that he said he wouldn't. If you want to claim otherwise, you can only do that by ignoring facts.

    I hold other presidents to the same standard. Hell... Obama ran on closing Guantanamo Bay. He had a majority in the House and Senate and didn't do that, and 8 years of prez and he still didn't do that. His drone policy? He said he's end wars in Iraq and Afghanistan; he kept on killing people with drones. Not consistent with his platform.

    I talk with people on the left, they frame me as 'conservative'; I speak with people on the right, they call me an SJW. So if you want to suggest that Trump is somehow different than other politicians, that's fine. Your opinion is yours to have. But there are these things called facts, which Trump wants peopel to ignore and which I won't.

    [–] 95% of America TheEssexian 8 points ago in PoliticalHumor

    Trump said (not somebody else) that his base was loyal to him no matter what and he could literally shoot somebody in the back of the head in broad day light, in front of witnesses, and not lose a single supporter.

    Plus, I wasn't making an 'analogy'. I stated people (on the left and right) will blindly support people regardless of any number of horrible things they might do (one of the most extreme being raping a child) and still maintain support from people around them (as demonstrated by the case of Polanski).

    Now... as to Trump doing "exactly what he said he was going to do", last time I checked, he didn't drain the swamp; he made it bigger. Regulatory capture is running wild.

    ISIS? Still here. I thought he had a secret plan that would get rid of them inside a month?

    There is a ton is shit Trump said he would do that he hasn't (healthcare reform) and a ton of shit he's doing that he said he wouldn't. If you want to claim otherwise, you can only do that by ignoring facts.

    [–] 95% of America TheEssexian 4 points ago in PoliticalHumor

    The forefathers thought owning people was ok and that no woman, and men without property shouldn't vote.

    They weren't the big fans of democracy people think they are. They thought owning property made you better than those around you.

    But yeah... Trump's horrible.