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Ticked@TinselTown

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And his followers are grateful that their voting base are so stupid as to not think beyond the end of their noses.

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firecoco

Vindman is a lying dog faced pony soldier

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Natural Selection

Vindman is a lying dog faced pony soldier

 

:lol:

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Taggart Transcontinental

That's too much factual information for leftards to acknowledge, let alone digest, though I am sure that the information about Harriet Tubman will be used to impress others in the very near future.

 

Remember Harriet Tubman was a Republican, thus she would be a Democrat today based on the argument from the left.

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Natural Selection

Remember Harriet Tubman was a Republican, thus she would be a Democrat today based on the argument from the left.

 

Spot on.

 

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(link "explaining" leftist logic)

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RedSoloCup

Replace the name with Bernie Sanders or AOC and you'd have cheering crowds and the leftards posting here shivering with delight.

 

 

No doubt.

 

The Hitler brand is damaged, but they still support the ideology.

 

 

And the moron sheeple who DO espouse this garbage and advocating for it in the upcoming election are too indoctrinated and ignorant to educate themselves about who their true messiah is...

 

:exactly:

 

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Vindman is a lying dog faced pony soldier

 

:biglaugh:

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MontyPython

Ummm let me check, NOPE she has none. She couldn't identify Ronald Reagan from a hole in the ground where she buries her head 3 out of 5 times.

 

3 out of 5? You're being way too generous. It's closer to 4.99 times out of 5. This very thread is a great example.

 

B)

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JerryL

Vindman is a lying dog faced pony soldier

That's "Lieutenant Colonel Vindman is a lying dog faced pony soldier."

 

This dolt actually went outside any authority he held and "advised" the president of the Ukraine on how to act IRT US Policy, specifically on conducting investigations on US corruption in the Ukraine. The President SETS US policy, you moron.

 

Sorry, but you can now add me to the group referring to this self-important asshat as POS.

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Ladybird

You making her out to be a war hero?

 

 

As a member of the military for 26 years. Yes that's pretty much her only military accomplishments. She would have retired with a regular non-de script career all things considered. She wasn't someone like the Tuskegee Airmen who almost ALL of them served with distinction and set a high standard. She was a standard pilot serving a standard position and got hit by enemy fire. Luckily for her and the rest of the crew the RPG was too close to arm and it was merely a ballistic cannon round as opposed to a High Explosive Anti Tank round.

Compare and contrast that to a woman like Harriet Tubman:

https://www.military.com/veterans-day/famous-women-veterans.html

 

 

 

That's heroism, not some clown getting shot down and then turning into a socialist.

 

I didn't say she was a hero. If a Republican Trump supporter had sacrificed as much as Tammy Duckworth has, would you and the rest of the cult not only downplay, but mock their service?

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JerryL

I didn't say she was a hero. If a Republican Trump supporter had sacrificed as much as Tammy Duckworth has, would you and the rest of the cult not only downplay, but mock their service?

An Obama sycophant using the word "cult" to describe other people.

 

How cute.

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NH Populist

I didn't say she was a hero. If a Republican Trump supporter had sacrificed as much as Tammy Duckworth has, would you and the rest of the cult not only downplay, but mock their service?

You're saying 70 million Trump supporters are a cult?! Yeah I know, the number was 63 million in 2016, but I revised it up to compensate for the 24/7 attacks from the Left that's alienating their base. I'm sure you can relate...

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zurg

I didn't say she was a hero. If a Republican Trump supporter had sacrificed as much as Tammy Duckworth has, would you and the rest of the cult not only downplay, but mock their service?

:lol: when you don’t have an actual whataboutism example, you resort to an imaginary whataboutism example.

 

(And in any case, the adult discussion isn’t about a person’s appearance, it’s about a person’s character, principles and deeds.)

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Ladybird

You're saying 70 million Trump supporters are a cult?! Yeah I know, the number was 63 million in 2016, but I revised it up to compensate for the 24/7 attacks from the Left that's alienating their base. I'm sure you can relate...

 

I was not calling every Trump voter a cultist. I assume some of them are even capable of objective, independent thought.

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Ladybird

:lol: when you don’t have an actual whataboutism example, you resort to an imaginary whataboutism example.

 

(And in any case, the adult discussion isn’t about a person’s appearance, it’s about a person’s character, principles and deeds.)

 

How is my responding to someone else bringing up Tammy Duckworth's service resorting to an imaginary whataboutism example?

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JerryL

I was not calling every Trump voter a cultist. I assume some of them are even capable of objective, independent thought.

No need to assume. You see numerous examples here every day.

 

Wish I could say the same about the lockstep Obama worshippers. Wish I could, but can't.

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Taggart Transcontinental

I didn't say she was a hero. If a Republican Trump supporter had sacrificed as much as Tammy Duckworth has, would you and the rest of the cult not only downplay, but mock their service?

 

You came to her defense. That indicates you disagreed with the position others have taken. Thus you indicated she was the opposite of that position or she was a hero. We aren't mocking her service nor downplaying it. She was truly just someone that showed up for work like 99% of the personnel in the military. Newsflash for you, most of us aren't hero's we just show up for work. We don't wear capes, not leap tall buildings, stop bullets or any of the other stuff, unless we are in full on body armor and the round strikes there. We are normal people doing a job that you wouldn't want to do in 1 million years. That's not heroic. When people thank me for my service my response is. "I got paid good, fed well and protected to the best of our nations ability, it's no biggie". It's not heroic, nor was the service of Duckworth or Benedict Arnold. One phoned it in and the other was a traitor.

 

Service does not give people a permanent free pass.

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Taggart Transcontinental

You're saying 70 million Trump supporters are a cult?! Yeah I know, the number was 63 million in 2016, but I revised it up to compensate for the 24/7 attacks from the Left that's alienating their base. I'm sure you can relate...

 

It will probably be closer to 75 Million this time around. One anecdote, I do some work guarding at the court house and I talk to the young people that we are dealing with through the courts. Some are absolute bung holes but there is a group of them I talk with who are young and black and are praising Trump! I mean this is the demographic that the DNC is counting on and they are supporters of Trump. I think the left will have quite the rude awakening in this election.

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RedSoloCup

You came to her defense. That indicates you disagreed with the position others have taken. Thus you indicated she was the opposite of that position or she was a hero. We aren't mocking her service nor downplaying it. She was truly just someone that showed up for work like 99% of the personnel in the military. Newsflash for you, most of us aren't hero's we just show up for work. We don't wear capes, not leap tall buildings, stop bullets or any of the other stuff, unless we are in full on body armor and the round strikes there. We are normal people doing a job that you wouldn't want to do in 1 million years. That's not heroic. When people thank me for my service my response is. "I got paid good, fed well and protected to the best of our nations ability, it's no biggie". It's not heroic, nor was the service of Duckworth or Benedict Arnold. One phoned it in and the other was a traitor.

 

Service does not give people a permanent free pass.

 

:clap:

 

An Obama sycophant using the word "cult" to describe other people.

 

How cute.

 

:exactly:

 

I called her out too.

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RedSoloCup

I didn't say she was a hero. If a Republican Trump supporter had sacrificed as much as Tammy Duckworth has, would you and the rest of the cult not only downplay, but mock their service?

 

:biglaugh:

 

You have experience at being in a cult!

 

:lol: when you don’t have an actual whataboutism example, you resort to an imaginary whataboutism example.

 

(And in any case, the adult discussion isn’t about a person’s appearance, it’s about a person’s character, principles and deeds.)

 

:exactly:

 

How is my responding to someone else bringing up Tammy Duckworth's service resorting to an imaginary whataboutism example?

 

:biglaugh:

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zurg

How is my responding to someone else bringing up Tammy Duckworth's service resorting to an imaginary whataboutism example?

:lol:

 

Because you said:

“If a Republican Trump supporter had sacrificed as much as Tammy Duckworth has, would you and the rest of the cult not only downplay, but mock their service?”

 

That’s an imaginary whataboutism.

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Ladybird

:lol:

 

Because you said:

“If a Republican Trump supporter had sacrificed as much as Tammy Duckworth has, would you and the rest of the cult not only downplay, but mock their service?”

 

That’s an imaginary whataboutism.

 

No, it’s a question based on the conversation that was in progress.

 

Any answers?

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That_Guy

No, it’s a question based on the conversation that was in progress.

 

Any answers?

 

Expect none -- and nothing of substance in response.

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Holland25

Such hypocrites it's too exasperating to keep saying it. All the Deep Staters should be executed. I would like to ask one of these commies, suppose you had a business, and a few of your employees were trying to frame you for a crime you didn't commit. You had to go to court to defend yourself. After being acquitted would you keep them as employees? If they say yes they are liars.

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JerryL

No, it’s a question based on the conversation that was in progress.

 

Any answers?

First, to be up front, I don't anything about Duckworth.

 

Second, Taggart has already pointed out how the vast majority of military members simply live their lives and do their jobs. If "just serving" was heroic then that would imply that all of you who never served, like you and your_brother, are cowards. Are you ready to start wearing that label?

 

Finally, for me personally, had Vindman lost limbs when he was wounded while on duty before he violated his oath at the NSC, ignored his chain of command, and used his military position for political activism, I would STILL call him an asshat. His injuries would not excuse his actions.

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RedSoloCup

Expect none -- and nothing of substance in response.

 

:biglaugh:

 

Says you, Mouth.

 

First, to be up front, I don't anything about Duckworth.

 

Second, Taggart has already pointed out how the vast majority of military members simply live their lives and do their jobs. If "just serving" was heroic then that would imply that all of you who never served, like you and your_brother, are cowards. Are you ready to start wearing that label?

 

Finally, for me personally, had Vindman lost limbs when he was wounded while on duty before he violated his oath at the NSC, ignored his chain of command, and used his military position for political activism, I would STILL call him an asshat. His injuries would not excuse his actions.

 

:exactly:

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