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originally posted by: Thecakeisalie
a reply to: BotheLumberJack
This is a women who tried to give away free cars as a publicity stunt-if she tries to buy viewers with her TV show imagine what shenanigans she might try to pull off in an election campaign if she ran?
Just because she is a SJW that spouts rubbish and has a phony shrink as a guest host doesn't make her qualified for POTUS.
'Dear Oprah, what are you thoughts on the GDP and how can we increase it over the next term?'
'Dear Oprah, military expenditure has exceeded it's budget, how do you curb that?
Yeah if she was nominated i know what will happen, she will be laughed at and then she blame the media for being racist, and then Dr Phil will show up and say 'I'm a "real" shrink, where's my ten large?'
I'm more concerned with the fact that her production company produced a movie featuring a communist activist....heres a blurb right out of the Communist Party
originally posted by: Mclaneinc
That woman as a President, she's as ruthless as Clinton, would play the outright race card and # on every person she could..
She can't even admit she's a lesbian, a reality queen who hides reality..
Never heard a good word about her apart from the audience members she sometimes gives massive gifts to, the REAL people say she's a nasty back stabbing POS (so possibly perfect for Politics) but you just know what would happen with that thug in charge..
So good on Seal although even he's a bit of a dick, apparent he does not shake hands (what is it with these celebs), as for Seth, he makes funny shows but a knob in real life...
The film implies that Tolson was involved with the Communist Party. While this author could find nothing written to indicate this was the case, both the CP and Socialist Party were involved at the time in efforts to organize the STFU, and Tolson certainly would have been familiar with the perspective and political arguments advanced in their publications.