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    Quote Originally Posted by Gophers_4life View Post
    The campaigns don’t deal directly with every single local station. They deal with the network. Yes there is a source for it, I heard it in an interview on the radio. I’m not going to lift one finger to try to look it up. The moment I waste any of my own energy, you’ll just deny it anyway. Really don’t much care if you believe it or are convinced. Your approval is worthless to me.
    Who created this sock puppet? Please make it go away.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gophers_4life View Post
    The campaigns don’t deal directly with every single local station. They deal with the network. Yes there is a source for it, I heard it in an interview on the radio. I’m not going to lift one finger to try to look it up. The moment I waste any of my own energy, you’ll just deny it anyway. Really don’t much care if you believe it or are convinced. Your approval is worthless to me.
    Yes. They do. Many companies own more than one station, but the networks have nothing to do with selling local ads except for the instances where they actually own the station. Even then, stations have their own staff for that. You're either ignorant or a troll.

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    https://twitter.com/cnn/status/1094310978831953921?s=21

    Are the board progs done pretending yet?


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    Quote Originally Posted by John Galt View Post
    Who created this sock puppet? Please make it go away.
    Not sure why you're not intelligent enough to activate the ignore feature?? It only speaks to you ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by howeda7 View Post
    Many companies own more than one station, but the networks have nothing to do with selling local ads except for the instances where they actually own the station. Even then, stations have their own staff for that.
    I don't care how it works. I just know for a fact that campaign managers receive kickbacks on ad sales. It was a radio interview with a credible source. Good enough for me. Don't care if you don't believe it. Your approval is worthless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Section2 View Post
    Now you know exactly how Trump fans feel!


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    Um, deuce. Trump is president. He can and does hurt people. Sheís first term in the House. An Austrian economist should be able to grasp that there isnít an equivalency.


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    Yeah, he hurt your butt real bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by diehard View Post
    Yeah, he hurt your butt real bad.
    Nowhere near as badly as having a charter school scam exposed, charter school.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jamiche View Post
    Um, deuce. Trump is president. He can and does hurt people. She’s first term in the House. An Austrian economist should be able to grasp that there isn’t an equivalency.


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    Quote Originally Posted by howeda7 View Post
    The fellas are afraid though. Very, very afraid.
    Yeah howie, I’m afraid that the Democrat Party barely resembles itself from a couple decades ago. It’s not AOC specifically. She’s just a reflection of what the Democrat Party is becoming and many in the party are embracing, that being, a shift to the far Left that is attempting to normalize a radical political agenda of socialism and a destruction of the US economy, reallocation of wealth that rewards underachievement, identity victimization and societal indebtness, political correctness and restricted speech/thought, globalism and open borders, oppressive government intervention, and disregard the original intent of the US Constitution.

    I’m afraid that enough people will buy into this scam that it will undermine the greatness of America and weaken us to a point that our adversaries will gain the upper hand, and we won’t be able to ever recover that greatness. And keep in mind, a great USA is a great and stabilizing influence on the rest of the world through its liberty, prosperity, benevolence, and strength.

    Yeah howie, that concerns me that we could lose that b/c some will believe this load of cr@p that the far left is selling.

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    Of all that crap you made up in that list, disregarding the original intent of the USC should be the LEAST of any person’s concerns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillerGopherFan View Post
    Yeah howie, I’m afraid that the Democrat Party barely resembles itself from a couple decades ago.
    And the GOP does? The fact that the GOP collapsed into Trumpism doesn't seem to bother you at all. Some of us were and were mocked for it.

    If you are concerned about the Dems becoming the party of AOC, then support Klobuchar or whoever you think the moderate candidates are instead of giving us every gotcha story you can find about who's mean and who's a slut, etc.
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    Amy. Sweet Amy? The serial abuser?
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    Quote Originally Posted by howeda7 View Post
    Yet the fact that the GOP collapsed into Trumpism doesn't seem to bother you at all. Some of us were and were mocked for it.

    If you are concerned about the Dems becoming the party of AOC, then support Klobuchar or whoever you think the moderate candidates are instead of giving us every gotcha story you can find about who's mean and who's a slut, etc.
    Iíve repeated my concerns about Trump on numerous occasions, but he is the duly elected President of the US and the de facto leader of the Republican Party. However, most Righty or Trump supporters here will tell you that he isnít representative of the Republican Party, some think that is for better and some donít. But since he is the President and a Republican, I will support him when I think he is right and criticize him when I think he is wrong, as I have done.

    Though he is the leader of the party, he is, without question, completely unique to the rest of the partyís politicians. You canít say that about the leftist movement that is occurring within the Democrat Party. They arenít one man, they are a significant movement and can hold office and continue to grow well after Trump is out of office and his influence is over.

    I see the benefits of Trumpís non-traditional political instincts as well as some of the detriments, however, in our current political and left-biased media circumstance, I think Trumpís positives outweigh his negatives and certainly outweigh the detriment of another Lefty President. Trump has helped advance a traditional conservative agenda, and has exposed the Left trending politics and weaknesses of the Democrats and the Media instead of allowing them to beat him to a pulp like W did.

    I support Trump with certain reservations, but I believe he has disrupted politics and media as usual more than other Republican candidates could have done or were willing to do. Itís been very effective though turbulent, but the turbulence is as much on the Dems as it is Trump b/c of their Ďresistanceí via phony conspiracies and distractions.

    Again, Trumpís time will come to an end, but when will the Democrat Partyís big shift to the Left end?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillerGopherFan View Post
    I’ve repeated my concerns about Trump on numerous occasions, but he is the duly elected President of the US and the de facto leader of the Republican Party. However, most Righty or Trump supporters here will tell you that he isn’t representative of the Republican Party, some think that is for better and some don’t. But since he is the President and a Republican, I will support him when I think he is right and criticize him when I think he is wrong, as I have done.
    HAHAHEHEHOHAHA!!!!!

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