Discussion in 'The War Room' started by StannisTheMannis, Feb 14, 2016.
honestly how can you not go Trump 2016?
I'm going to go with the fact that trump has no legislative history to judge him by.
He is the definition of someone asking you to trust him.........no thank you.
I'm voting for the guy with a voting history of standing up to bad trade bills, and legal bribery in the form of campaign finance. No trust needed to vote for bernie. His voting record speaks for itself.
Don't feed the troll bro. All you need to know is that he is a Trump supporter and a Stannis supporter.
whats with all these low quality noobs spamming the War Room lately?
This place is going to the dogs.
George Washington had no legislative history, either. Are you seriously proposing we only ever vote for professional politicians? No thanks. It's a profession that attracts people motivated by the basest of human instincts.
Now to address the video...
Judge Judy made a lame argument. She's claiming the $2000 was a gift, right? Being a conservative doesn't mean you're against getting gifts from friends, Judge Judy. You can be against socialism and still get some assistance from your friends. I appreciate her defense of self-reliance and anti-handout mentality, but I don't appreciate her shaming a woman that has chosen to have 5 children. That "gaggle" is our future, Judge.
I am most certainly suggesting that in a atmosphere of politics when you can't trust a word any politician says, that a consistent voting history, on the most important issues we face, is indeed a massive selling point.
And the lack there of, is a disadvantage.
my good friend from the Army was on Judge Judy, it's the earthquake episode. which is funny b/c they show NYC exteriors in the montage, but it's clearly flilmed in LA. Anyhoo, if you look closely he has paper in front of him that was 'evidence'. it was completely blank....they told him to lie, make up whatever to make it interesting. it's completely staged in that they're small claims cases legit, but they pay if you lose so that's why the judge can talk however she wants, sketchy arguments, people throwing random curveballs outta nowhere, etc...
here it is
So no governors, then?
Are you telling me reality TV isn't real?
My world view is shattered. I can't trust anyone or anything ever again. All hope is destroyed.
so its ok for a mother to make 10 kids not work not be able to support them and rely on welfare and others for support. are u a total tard???
Taking some money from a friend doesn't mean she couldn't afford them. Have you ever gotten a gift in your life? I assume yes. Does that mean you wouldn't have been able to buy whatever was given to you? For example, if someone gave you a watch, does that mean you NEEDED them to give you that watch? No, you may have been able to buy it yourself. It was just nice that someone else saved you from spending your own money on it.
Learn to think critically, dick. Your logic is worse than a liberal's.
FYI @Rex Kwon Do, I really don't have that much of a problem with trump. I think he makes Clinton's use of identity politics look tame, but he really isn't doing anything every other politician doesn't do, he is just doing it in a far more divisive and blatant way.
The GOP needed a populist message.
I fully understand why someone that leans right, would vote for trump.
I find it 1000 times more logical than supporting bush.
nobody gives 2000dollars to somebody else. and she doesnt work either. obviously it wasnt a gift or the friend wouldnt have sued her u big dummy. and ya ive gotten tons of gifts.
Yes, Bush is terrible.
I'm more of a Rand Paul guy, myself. He's more consistent with his principles than any other nationally relevant politician, and I happen to share most of his principles. Socially liberal--let gays get married, let loser stoners get stoned, etc.--and conservative with regards to federal government power. Sadly he didn't do too well.
LOL at comparing one of the greatest Generals in history to Donald Trump. Also, before the war, Washington presented legislation to the Virginia Assembly, was a delegate in the First Continental Congress, and had amazing leadership skills. It's not like he was some hotel mogul with no political or legislative experience at all. He was also thrown into the political game by John Adams, who knew a thing or two about politics.
Right, because no human being was ever cool with someone one day and then not cool with them at some time in the future. Human beings never get in fights, never change their minds about their friends. Once you make a friend, you're friends for life. What are you, in kindergarten? I'm sure every person that has ever been given a gift from someone loves that person for the rest of their lives. Lol dummy.
And LMAO @ you acting like $2000 is some impossibly extravagant gift. You sound poor.
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