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Bernie Sanders: ‘Trump Agenda Is Dead’ if Democrats Win Majority in 2018

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posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 02:20 PM
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a reply to: TrueBrit

On my mobile at the moment, but I'll address at least your first point:


What am I talking about? 

1) Another war no one wanted or asked for, and only the terminally dullwitted agree with, given the paucity of hard evidence confirming any of the claims made against the Assad regime, a war which only the already well off will benefit from, while creating the next decades worth of terrorists, by orphaning innocent children in action which winds up with the death of their non-combatant parents, siblings, cousins and the like. 


What war are you talking about? Are you serious? There's no war going on. The missile strikes from earlier this month took out ISIS/deep state targets while placating the MSM that you have faith in. They report how insane Assad is and blamed him for the gas attacks immediately, then have the nerve to say "Trump launched an attack without sufficient evidence."

Did you notice the MSM didn't get a close view of the aftermath of these missile strikes? Because it didn't fit their narrative!

You literally lifted every talking point from the Mockingbird media and expect to use that as an argument against Trump on a site full of folks that see way past that.




posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 02:25 PM
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a reply to: TrueBrit

Sooo you are blaming every ploblem the United States government faces and created solely on Trumps shoulders?

Sounds about par for the course with you. Glad to see you are unwavering in your dedication to staying triggered. Have you not realized yet Trump is simply a symptom of your broken ideology? Better buckle up because it's gonna get worse. Because contrary to what the couch surfing socialist says. The democrats aren't gonna win **** this upcoming election.



posted on Apr, 24 2018 @ 04:40 AM
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a reply to: AgarthaSeed

What war am I talking about? I am talking about the US, leading the UK and France in missile strikes against Syria, without being invited to do so by its sovereign power, AND in spite of the fact that bombing creates recruits for the proxy armies operated by the United States and UK governments, which we are TOLD are our enemies, despite them being paid agents of our respective states. As for placating the MSM that you falsely believe I have faith in, I have no faith in the mass media outlets, because their interest is in making money and creating news, not reporting facts and nothing but, even if it means their viewership and readership is lower.

I also disagree with their blaming Assad for the gas attacks without evidence, just as I disagree with the launch of the missiles by the United States, the UK and France, which were deployed in response to a gas attack that no one is willing to prove was enacted by Assad, and is far more likely to have been a result of damage to a rebel (terrorist) weapons stockpile, or a terrorist action, than it is to have been enacted by Assad himself or his regime. Tactically speaking, there was no reason that Assad would have chosen that moment to deploy a chemical weapon, and neither would his military underlings. The US were pulling resources out of play, moving toward a de-escalation of the situation, which is precisely what Assad wanted all along. Launching a chemical attack on his own people, at a time like that, would be guaranteed to result in actions being taken that he had no desire to see, on the part of the US and its allies.

As for lifting talking points, bull. As with all places worth going, I got here on my own, thank you very much.



posted on Apr, 24 2018 @ 04:45 AM
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a reply to: xuenchen

I like the bling bling and the glitter in your gifs. Plus the smileys are really cool.

Not.



Yes, Bernie Sanders now declares that Trump's agenda will be dead if the House or Senate goes back to Democrats


And it's dark outside when the sun goes down. Does that "trigger" you vampires as well?



Tell me, how alive is this "Free Healthcare for everyone & no war in Syria" agenda really?
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posted on Apr, 24 2018 @ 04:50 AM
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a reply to: TrueBrit



Destroying proper discussion and discourse for a generation,

Sorry your off base there that had already begun back under bush Jr, remember all the comparisons to a chimp. Then it was continued under Obama, If I was critical of Obama the first words out of a leftist mouth were almost always why because he is black. Civil discourse has been disapearing for a long time and its intelectually dishonest to say it just suddenly happened.


Another war no one wanted or asked for

Syria... yea the one the previous administration got us involved in after the rebels had been replaced with Jihadi's.

I keep saying it, and people keep ignoring it... CONGRESS is the problem not the president, its been that way for at least a couple decades.



posted on Apr, 24 2018 @ 05:03 AM
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a reply to: JAY1980

No I am not blaming something onto someones shoulders, because that is not how blame, or for that matter grammar works.

What I am saying, is that Trump told your people he would be different. He told you that the government, under his command, would not be sold out to private interests, because he was too rich to be bought. He told you that his presidency would be one in which things will be done because they should be, not because donors and influence peddlers would like them to be done. Yet, when it came to the crunch, with this missile incident, with the tax breaks, dropping the ball on the Net Neutrality issue and refusing to go to bat for the freedom of the internet to be a neutral space designed to benefit no one company or individual more than another, and the frankly hilarious damage he has done to the already dirty reputation of the religious fundamentalists in the bible belt (by way of being their pick for President, and also being a philandering, double dealing toad of a man), he failed entirely to live up to those promises.

Might not be a big deal for a politician to do that, because everyone expects politicians to screw them over, but again, Trumps shtick was that he was not a politician, and would therefore not do that. How many times do you think he said "Believe me!" during his campaign? How many times do you think he referred to the fact that he was not a Washington animal during his speeches, used it to insinuate that he could be trusted to do the peoples bidding in matters of import?

This is not about being triggered, which, just so we are clear on the matter, is an inappropriate term for this situation, having as it does nothing to do with PTSD, or any other psychological malady, much as I am sure you would love to be able to dismiss these issues as some facet of a pyschological upset. Unfortunately for you, the fact that I have a problem with the man, every piece of policy he has ever put forward (when placed in context besides all the rest of the things he has done), and every thing he has ever said (again, in context with his actions and other statements), cannot be construed as a mental defect, because they are actual grievances I have against him, and the system he now represents, was always a part of and a beneficiary of.

I do not blame Trump for decades of failed foreign policy, not in the least. I do blame him for continuing it, just as I blame Obama for doing the same. I do not blame Trump for decades upon decades of wrong think on the subject of immigration, but I do blame him for continuing in the same vein as political entities from yesteryear, with propagandist tactics, lies, beer hall rhetoric and the most utterly absurd rudeness it is possible to imagine from a leader.

The past is the past, and cannot be changed. I cannot blame Trump for that, and I would not seek to, because that would be illogical. However, I can and do blame Trump for permitting any small part of the rot from before, to continue with his blessing. If he was the golden messiah that his idiot zealots still suggest, your armies would be dormant, your missiles would lay unfired in their mounts, or sat in racks in storage. If he was the individual you all claim he is, the people who do all the physical labour in your country would be the ones getting the tax breaks, and Wall Streets entire workforce would be left to fend for themselves, under the most scrutiny that Wall Street has ever been under, with SEC officials crawling over every single detail, of every single transaction, all day and night for the rest of time.

But he is not. He is everything he said he was not. He is for sale, and in all the ways that are awful and bad for your country and the rest of the world as well, he is for business as usual. Blowing up other countries, to solve problems at home that have nothing to do with Syria or any other nation on the face of the Earth.

If you are not sick of that by now, if you are not angry with him for lying to you, if you are not even prepared to accept that things are as they are, not how you would like them to be, or how you perceive them, then it is YOU who needs to go see someone about being triggered, because it is you that is suffering the complex psychological malady sir.

I am just reading the writing on the wall. I did not put it there.



posted on Apr, 24 2018 @ 06:57 AM
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originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: AgarthaSeed

What war am I talking about? I am talking about the US, leading the UK and France in missile strikes against Syria, without being invited to do so by its sovereign power, AND in spite of the fact that bombing creates recruits for the proxy armies operated by the United States and UK governments, which we are TOLD are our enemies, despite them being paid agents of our respective states. As for placating the MSM that you falsely believe I have faith in, I have no faith in the mass media outlets, because their interest is in making money and creating news, not reporting facts and nothing but, even if it means their viewership and readership is lower.

I also disagree with their blaming Assad for the gas attacks without evidence, just as I disagree with the launch of the missiles by the United States, the UK and France, which were deployed in response to a gas attack that no one is willing to prove was enacted by Assad, and is far more likely to have been a result of damage to a rebel (terrorist) weapons stockpile, or a terrorist action, than it is to have been enacted by Assad himself or his regime. Tactically speaking, there was no reason that Assad would have chosen that moment to deploy a chemical weapon, and neither would his military underlings. The US were pulling resources out of play, moving toward a de-escalation of the situation, which is precisely what Assad wanted all along. Launching a chemical attack on his own people, at a time like that, would be guaranteed to result in actions being taken that he had no desire to see, on the part of the US and its allies.

As for lifting talking points, bull. As with all places worth going, I got here on my own, thank you very much.



Sounds like a sheep problem.




posted on Apr, 24 2018 @ 07:04 AM
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originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: JAY1980

No I am not blaming something onto someones shoulders, because that is not how blame, or for that matter grammar works.

What I am saying, is that Trump told your people he would be different. He told you that the government, under his command, would not be sold out to private interests, because he was too rich to be bought. He told you that his presidency would be one in which things will be done because they should be, not because donors and influence peddlers would like them to be done. Yet, when it came to the crunch, with this missile incident, with the tax breaks, dropping the ball on the Net Neutrality issue and refusing to go to bat for the freedom of the internet to be a neutral space designed to benefit no one company or individual more than another, and the frankly hilarious damage he has done to the already dirty reputation of the religious fundamentalists in the bible belt (by way of being their pick for President, and also being a philandering, double dealing toad of a man), he failed entirely to live up to those promises.

Might not be a big deal for a politician to do that, because everyone expects politicians to screw them over, but again, Trumps shtick was that he was not a politician, and would therefore not do that. How many times do you think he said "Believe me!" during his campaign? How many times do you think he referred to the fact that he was not a Washington animal during his speeches, used it to insinuate that he could be trusted to do the peoples bidding in matters of import?

This is not about being triggered, which, just so we are clear on the matter, is an inappropriate term for this situation, having as it does nothing to do with PTSD, or any other psychological malady, much as I am sure you would love to be able to dismiss these issues as some facet of a pyschological upset. Unfortunately for you, the fact that I have a problem with the man, every piece of policy he has ever put forward (when placed in context besides all the rest of the things he has done), and every thing he has ever said (again, in context with his actions and other statements), cannot be construed as a mental defect, because they are actual grievances I have against him, and the system he now represents, was always a part of and a beneficiary of.

I do not blame Trump for decades of failed foreign policy, not in the least. I do blame him for continuing it, just as I blame Obama for doing the same. I do not blame Trump for decades upon decades of wrong think on the subject of immigration, but I do blame him for continuing in the same vein as political entities from yesteryear, with propagandist tactics, lies, beer hall rhetoric and the most utterly absurd rudeness it is possible to imagine from a leader.

The past is the past, and cannot be changed. I cannot blame Trump for that, and I would not seek to, because that would be illogical. However, I can and do blame Trump for permitting any small part of the rot from before, to continue with his blessing. If he was the golden messiah that his idiot zealots still suggest, your armies would be dormant, your missiles would lay unfired in their mounts, or sat in racks in storage. If he was the individual you all claim he is, the people who do all the physical labour in your country would be the ones getting the tax breaks, and Wall Streets entire workforce would be left to fend for themselves, under the most scrutiny that Wall Street has ever been under, with SEC officials crawling over every single detail, of every single transaction, all day and night for the rest of time.

But he is not. He is everything he said he was not. He is for sale, and in all the ways that are awful and bad for your country and the rest of the world as well, he is for business as usual. Blowing up other countries, to solve problems at home that have nothing to do with Syria or any other nation on the face of the Earth.

If you are not sick of that by now, if you are not angry with him for lying to you, if you are not even prepared to accept that things are as they are, not how you would like them to be, or how you perceive them, then it is YOU who needs to go see someone about being triggered, because it is you that is suffering the complex psychological malady sir.

I am just reading the writing on the wall. I did not put it there.




That's a lot of writing.

And what were you the god of, again?

Trump draining the swamp. I like how he takes out the dems.



It will take serious power to bring down hellary.

Need ragnarok.




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posted on Apr, 24 2018 @ 07:39 AM
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Oh yes, draining the swamp... How is that going for you?

I mean, its the richest cabinet in years and years, full of former lobbyists, industry connected shills, the very people no one wanted near ANYTHING ever again, and all Trump has done is bought them closer to the action than they ever were before. But go ahead and tell me how the swamp has been emptied... its a lie, but that has never stopped his supporters before.



posted on Apr, 24 2018 @ 09:07 AM
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originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: burgerbuddy

Oh yes, draining the swamp... How is that going for you?

I mean, its the richest cabinet in years and years, full of former lobbyists, industry connected shills, the very people no one wanted near ANYTHING ever again, and all Trump has done is bought them closer to the action than they ever were before. But go ahead and tell me how the swamp has been emptied... its a lie, but that has never stopped his supporters before.



It will take time, it's a process.

Need some Trump Chemo.

And what do you mean about his picks?

Should he have picked out sycophant nobodies like obama did?

People who have no clue and swore a blood oath to the anointed one?

Or flip some people that have experience in the real #ing world?






posted on Apr, 24 2018 @ 09:09 AM
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originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: burgerbuddy

Oh yes, draining the swamp... How is that going for you?

I mean, its the richest cabinet in years and years, full of former lobbyists, industry connected shills, the very people no one wanted near ANYTHING ever again, and all Trump has done is bought them closer to the action than they ever were before. But go ahead and tell me how the swamp has been emptied... its a lie, but that has never stopped his supporters before.




Be specific. Whom are you talking about?

Tell us oh true brit.






posted on Apr, 24 2018 @ 09:36 AM
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a reply to: SpartanStoic

It's like they haven't read "The Boy Who Cried Wolf", for the last what 3 years...Trump is a racist, Trump is this, Trump is that, when they go to dump dirt before the elections the only people drinking the kool-aid will be the left, as an independent, can someone tell me why I would in good conscious vote Democrat? I mean, after a good solid year and a half of whining and screaming at the sky and crying in their "safe space", why would I vote for them? And why would I not vote at all, a vote not against them is for them, I think this is something they failed to realize last time, well obviously...I mean she couldn't lose right?

GeeWhiz the more I think about it, a vote for the left is a vote for lunacy. I voted for Obama, which I then regretted with the Obamacare thing, had to pay for the privilege to pay more at the doctor. Thanks guy.

Both parties need to go away, clearly what we have is corrupt and any one who denies that is a gd fool.



posted on Apr, 24 2018 @ 09:39 AM
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Makes sense. That seems to be the new norm. Trump is trying to undo whatever he can of Obama's legacy.



posted on Apr, 24 2018 @ 09:40 AM
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originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: burgerbuddy

Oh yes, draining the swamp... How is that going for you?

I mean, its the richest cabinet in years and years, full of former lobbyists, industry connected shills, the very people no one wanted near ANYTHING ever again, and all Trump has done is bought them closer to the action than they ever were before. But go ahead and tell me how the swamp has been emptied... its a lie, but that has never stopped his supporters before.


What laws has Trump signed into place that have devastated the world?

All I can see from my lowly seat as one of the great unwashed is that Trump has lowered the amount of money government constantly takes from me, and he might bring about some level of peace to the Korean peninsula.



posted on Apr, 24 2018 @ 09:47 AM
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a reply to: DBCowboy

Lies that is all thanks to Obama! If Hillary would have won, we would all have no cost health care, no guns, it would be a Utopia, zero corruption in the WH/government everyone knows this. /s.



posted on Apr, 24 2018 @ 10:13 AM
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a reply to: burgerbuddy

The whole point of any process which resembles draining a swamp, is to remove industry influence from it so that there are no financial incentives effecting policy.

And now, instead of politicians taking kickbacks from companies, you have government taking on the very industry figures who used to be pulling the damn strings!!

If you cannot see the problem here... well. There is no excuse for this level of blindness.



posted on Apr, 24 2018 @ 11:53 AM
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No wonder Trump has problems.

The Cabinet Agencies have around 2 million employees !!

Obama increased.

Well placed implants still there.

Internal sabotage galore.

Sizing Up the Executive Branch

😀😀



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