nasty pelosi

str8_forward

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Yes this is going to be controversial:


If she had made already made a few hundred copies and given those for free to the last few remaining conservative bastions of freedom, I might actually support her actions, but Russia is not the right way to go.

Then we would at least have small chance finding out what one of the most destructive, clearly anti-American person is up to.

This nasty-beast is a piece of work!

she has nothing but disdain for us peeons, her actions are showing this every single day, because her fridge is always full and the pay check comes without any interruptions.

I'd like her and schumer to take a nap under the anvil tree

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str8_forward

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str8_forward

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The whole 'play on names' ("Nasty" Pelosi) is pretty juvenile. It doesn't auger well for a thread . . . talking about wanting to hit congresspeople (even in jest) with anvils is also not the sign of a likely profitable thread.
I really do see how much the ""niceties"" have helped us Conservatives during the past 20 years, but in particular from 2016 till now.
President Trump actually followed the law and the Constitution while the democrat's mostly ignored both, and a large percentile of spineless Rino's stabbed him at every opportunity in the back.
Coincidentally, just like President Trump, I have since my childhood given people specific names and placed into categories, i.e. sh!tlists. You can call it juvenile behavior, I call it "fits like a shoe".
Just from your last few comments I have pegged you, and we certainly are coming from a different background, you would not have it made past the age of 10 in the neighborhood where I grew up.
We had to fight physically and verbally to stand our ground, and name calling was part of it. I can write probably as eloquent as most of you natives here on this forum, but choose not to do so. Prefer coming straight to the point.

Would love to get one dollar for each time I was called a Nazi or racist during the last three decades, but since I am neither one, it's like water on a duck's back.

Learn to live with it, or ignore me. Your choice
 

roscoe

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I really do see how much the ""niceties"" have helped us Conservatives during the past 20 years, but in particular from 2016 till now.
President Trump actually followed the law and the Constitution while the democrat's mostly ignored both, and a large percentile of spineless Rino's stabbed him at every opportunity in the back.
Coincidentally, just like President Trump, I have since my childhood given people specific names and placed into categories, i.e. sh!tlists. You can call it juvenile behavior, I call it "fits like a shoe".
Just from your last few comments I have pegged you, and we certainly are coming from a different background, you would not have it made past the age of 10 in the neighborhood where I grew up.
We had to fight physically and verbally to stand our ground, and name calling was part of it. I can write probably as eloquent as most of you natives here on this forum, but choose not to do so. Prefer coming straight to the point.

Would love to get one dollar for each time I was called a Nazi or racist during the last three decades, but since I am neither one, it's like water on a duck's back.

Learn to live with it, or ignore me. Your choice

Oh lord, please. I wish someone would give me a dollar for every internet tough guy I have met. And I can assure that the neighborhood I grew up in was tougher than yours. In my neighborhood, name calling might get you shot.

Since the Supreme Court is who determines what is constitutional and what is not, Trump's regular losses there do not support your notion that he was being more constitutional than the Democrats.
 

CrustyCoot

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Oh lord, please. I wish someone would give me a dollar for every internet tough guy I have met. And I can assure that the neighborhood I grew up in was tougher than yours. In my neighborhood, name calling might get you shot.

Since the Supreme Court is who determines what is constitutional and what is not, Trump's regular losses there do not support your notion that he was being more constitutional than the Democrats.
Most cases heard at the Supreme court in the last 4 years overturned liberal lower courts an judged in favor of Trump.
 

Howland937

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All this arguing over who lived in the toughest neighborhood... In the neighborhood I grew up in, name calling might get you eaten. Bears don't like name calling. And you better have enough gun if you choose that route, else you'd still get eaten.

Ok, not really. Bears aren't that common in Ohio. But I felt left out since I grew up in the sticks and not a neighborhood.
 

theotherwaldo

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Most politicians lie. The rest don't always mean what they say.

Most politicians love power. The more power that they have, the more that they love it.

Most politicians are playing the long game. When they retire, they get a gold watch. Then they become a consultant for someone that gives them a Rolex factory. I wonder if that affects their earlier decisions.

Funny how so many become rich while they're in office, too.

Last I've heard, San Fran Nancy is a politician, but not the only one... .
 

leprechaun50

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All this arguing over who lived in the toughest neighborhood... In the neighborhood I grew up in, name calling might get you eaten. Bears don't like name calling. And you better have enough gun if you choose that route, else you'd still get eaten.

Ok, not really. Bears aren't that common in Ohio. But I felt left out since I grew up in the sticks and not a neighborhood.
I thought you were talking about the Chicago Bears. lol
 
On the subject of such nomenclature as "Nasty Pelosi"...

Agree or not, how we choose to present ourselves dictates in large part how others perceive us.

Are we discussing issues such as this thread topic alludes to, or are we lashing out "in like fashion" as our opposition?

Which garners respect, whether from our peers, our opposition, or those on the sidelines watching everything?

Which demonstrates immature, even childish behavior to these same people?

I get it. There's a lot of anger and frustration, even disgust.

But how, where, and when one expresses this is important.

This site isn't THR, and so far as I've seen there haven't been any firm guidelines with respect to general conduct. So I can't say "this is against the TOU".

But I'll ask these questions:

How do you wish to be viewed by others?

How do you wish the site to be viewed by others?

If someone on the sidelines came to this site, would they be impressed by our maturity, or would they think they just came across another site full of bitter, partisan people who are more interested in complaining (spelled with a "b")?
 

Howland937

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But I'll ask these questions:

How do you wish to be viewed by others?

How do you wish the site to be viewed by others?

If someone on the sidelines came to this site, would they be impressed by our maturity, or would they think they just came across another site full of bitter, partisan people who are more interested in complaining (spelled with a "b")?
Legitimate questions, likely falling on deaf ears.

Even though we've seen first hand what the angry foot stomping, name calling and yelling accomplished.

Better come up with a better plan though if they have any hope of Republicans making up anything in the near future. Being the party of perpetually angry white people isn't gonna get the House and Senate back.
 
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CrustyCoot

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On the subject of such nomenclature as "Nasty Pelosi"...

Agree or not, how we choose to present ourselves dictates in large part how others perceive us.

Are we discussing issues such as this thread topic alludes to, or are we lashing out "in like fashion" as our opposition?

Which garners respect, whether from our peers, our opposition, or those on the sidelines watching everything?

Which demonstrates immature, even childish behavior to these same people?

I get it. There's a lot of anger and frustration, even disgust.

But how, where, and when one expresses this is important.

This site isn't THR, and so far as I've seen there haven't been any firm guidelines with respect to general conduct. So I can't say "this is against the TOU".

But I'll ask these questions:

How do you wish to be viewed by others?

How do you wish the site to be viewed by others?

If someone on the sidelines came to this site, would they be impressed by our maturity, or would they think they just came across another site full of bitter, partisan people who are more interested in complaining (spelled with a "b")?
You assume that I give a rats ass what anyone thinks of me. Take me or leave me for who I am.
 

Howland937

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You assume that I give a rats ass what anyone thinks of me. Take me or leave me for who I am.
I admire honesty. It's probably the quality I find most important in people.
I personally share most of the feelings you've stated on here. There's also an old saying about catching more bees with honey than vinegar, and it's really similar to those of us who legitimately worry about the future of our ability to exercise our 2nd Amendment rights.

We don't have everything we're going to need to keep protecting it. We need more people on our side, even if they don't share all the same views we have. We can't afford to chase people away.

Part of what we need is more gun friendly politicians in our corner on the hill and eventually in the white house. No matter your thoughts on the last election, the fact is we've lost ground. To get that back, we have to get those people elected and that's going to require a lot more people being convinced to join the effort. Granted, there a lots of important issues besides gun rights...but we need all the help we can get.
We can't afford to chase potential voters away from our side because we're too busy being angry and marginalizing people who don't agree with everything we feel.
 

CrustyCoot

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While I agree with you in principle, playing nice and talking nice has gotten us to where we are today. The only way we will ever gain ground is to play by the same rules the left plays by, which is no rules. What is it that asshole Chuck Schumer said? By any means necessary? Ok, Chucky, I'm game.
 
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