Discussion in 'The War Room' started by Steve-French, Oct 6, 2019.
"Why are you gay?"
"Who is gay"
Two show biz buddies, just like actors playing roles you just forget about presidents because they aren't in the movie anymore
Just a good’ol American. Him dodging the shoes thrown at him was legendary.
His suit is probably more than our house payments combined.
He had the military invade a country even as the intelligence he cherrypicked to justify the invasion was being debunked...
yes, pretty disgusting.
she's a tyrant behind the scenes.
as do I.
I believe you mean Cheney
She is like the most watered down whitewashed normie gay person imaginable, and is basically an androgynous product peddler for Walmart at this point.
Stefan Halper has his ways and means...
Full-on presumed it.
Shameful to the core.
The body of popcorn future done shook him.
What... you thought that Gay Marriage issue in 2004 was something other than a smokescreen for his "war on terror"?
he was responsible for the death and maiming of thousands but he doesnt say mean things like blumpf so the left now loves him
This absolute unit would have stood up to UberTS not dick-tucked like Mir:
And yeah, shit shoop, just tryna illustrate the point
They’re all part of the same club. They disagree with each other about little things, but they’re all working toward the same goal.
Packers covered. /thread.
The Bush presidency was an odd one.
When he was governor of Texas, he was known as a guy that worked well with both political parties. But, as soon as he went to DC, something changed. Not sure if it was his change in thinking or if that's just how DC politics work (more tribal than in Austin?).
He was supposed to be a one-term president that's most controversial decision was to be allowing stem-cell research, but not using federal funds for it.
Then, 9/11 happened.
As for Ellen: if you check Ellen's page on OpenSecrets, she is a rather big political donor. She is certainly in the mix for campaigners.
Rich people who own expensive seats tend to bump elbows.
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