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originally posted by: okrian
Bwaaaaa. Man what pure comedy this is. So few companies support this president that they have to go bonkers when someone actually does.
Ivanka - 'Go out and buy Goya! Comes with 20% off coupon for plastic surgery so daddy will love you'.
Followers - 'Yes Trumps. We shall go buy products because you like them. We are without thought and will like what you like, even if we don't even need this product and it's purely political posturing. Please tax my purchase and send money to Mar-a-Lago so Jared can have many massages'.
originally posted by: Annee
originally posted by: LSU2018
a reply to: okrian
Trump has more black support than any other republican president has had in 60+ years. He has more support from all minorities than any republican in that time.
This keeps getting repeatedly preached.
Trumpeters speak in “absolutes” — like it’s fact — don’t you dare question their “absolutes”.
Yeah, well I am questioning.
Where’s your stats?
originally posted by: PhilbertDezineck
a reply to: jtma508
If porfeting off a position is a violation, then lets lock up the senate and congress for inside trading.
originally posted by: jtma508
a reply to: RazorV66
Not that any of you 'patriots' care but it's against the f'ing law. Not that the Law means a damn thing to the 'Las and Order President'.
President Barack Obama visited Ireland on Monday, where he had a Guinness at a pub in Moneygall (the tiny town where his great-great-great-grandfather was born). He remarked that the last time he’d ordered a Guinness in Ireland, during a stopover at Shannon Airport en route to Afghanistan, it was much tastier than any he’d had in the United States. “What I realized is you guys are keeping all the best stuff here,” he concluded.
U.S. President Barack Obama gives a thumbs-up as he celebrates St. Patrick's Day with a pint of Guinness during a stop at the Dubliner Irish pub in Washington, D.C.REUTERS