Do I dare put up a Trump sign?

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The socialist farmer paid for it with federal bailout money, after Trump destroyed farmers with his idiotic tarriffs.
Yep, those socialist farmers who sucked off the teet of FDR and all subsequent President's, including slick Willie and Barack, the great change maker, who changed nothing. Yep, those socialist farmers that make up the...wait for it...DFL Party of Minnesota. Own it USAF, your party holds the socialist card.
 

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Yep, those socialist farmers who sucked off the teet of FDR and all subsequent President's, including slick Willie and Barack, the great change maker, who changed nothing. Yep, those socialist farmers that make up the...wait for it...DFL Party of Minnesota. Own it USAF, your party holds the socialist card.
R those the same farmers who once had markets for their production? 🤔
 

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Yep, those socialist farmers who sucked off the teet of FDR and all subsequent President's, including slick Willie and Barack, the great change maker, who changed nothing. Yep, those socialist farmers that make up the...wait for it...DFL Party of Minnesota. Own it USAF, your party holds the socialist card.
The farmers vote for whoever pays them the most, tiny. Right now it's trump. He panicked when he figured out his tiny dick move was going to take their second biggest market away, so he bribed them.
 

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The farmers vote for whoever pays them the most, tiny. Right now it's trump. He panicked when he figured out his tiny dick move was going to take their second biggest market away, so he bribed them.
Aaah leftists. Too obtuse to understand the link between trade policy and the widening income inequality gap. The only thing that really matters to your ilk is power.
 

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Aaah leftists. Too obtuse to understand the link between trade policy and the widening income inequality gap. The only thing that really matters to your ilk is power.
One of the ways to create more income inequality is to impose a tariff tax on American consumers.
 

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One of the ways to create more income inequality is to impose a tariff tax on American consumers.
Also, lower taxes on the wealthy always helps the little guy.
 

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Blame it on Cain
Don't blame it on me
Oh-oh, oh, it's nobody's fault
But we need somebody to burn
 

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Back to the OP. Why would somebody put out one of his yard signs? He's a horrible person and an even worse president.
 

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Back to the OP. Why would somebody put out one of his yard signs? He's a horrible person and an even worse president.
Now that your picture's in the paper being rhythmically admired
And you can have anyone that you have ever desired
All you gotta tell me now is why, why, why, why
 

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So let me get this straight: we're being told to not be pussies and not be afraid of a killer pandemic to the point of wearing face coverings and avoiding close contact with other people, but we're fearful of putting a fucking sign in our yard. Um, yeah.
 

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The farmers vote for whoever pays them the most, tiny. Right now it's trump. He panicked when he figured out his tiny dick move was going to take their second biggest market away, so he bribed them.
How many farmers you know, jam jam? Pretty limited # I will bet.

Some of us actually have some knowledge regarding things. You, on this topic, :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:
 

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So let me get this straight: we're being told to not be pussies and not be afraid of a killer pandemic to the point of wearing face coverings and avoiding close contact with other people, but we're fearful of putting a fucking sign in our yard. Um, yeah.
Makes sense. Never thought of the pandemic analogy.

If million people flooding the streets during a pandemic is no cause to fear, then why should I fear putting up a sign. Thanks to all the posters who gave their advice on this thread but problem solved. Now to get to the Trump store.
 

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My son is wearing a MAGMA cap and a Vote Trump 2020 button. He’s been spat on, punched and verbally abused. I hate to think what will happen when he leaves the house.
 

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My son is wearing a MAGMA cap and a Vote Trump 2020 button. He’s been spat on, punched and verbally abused. I hate to think what will happen when he leaves the house.
Well, probly good parenting if he is college bound. Preparing him for what lies ahead.
 

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Can anybody officially confirm it was the incendiary post on the football forum that got felton banned from GH? He didn't put a Trump poster in his yard, did he?
 

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Can anybody officially confirm it was the incendiary post on the football forum that got felton banned from GH? He didn't put a Trump poster in his yard, did he?
The Trump sign in the yard, if confirmed, would get you banned and your house egged. That's kind of a given, isn't it?
 

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Makes sense. Never thought of the pandemic analogy.

If million people flooding the streets during a pandemic is no cause to fear, then why should I fear putting up a sign. Thanks to all the posters who gave their advice on this thread but problem solved. Now to get to the Trump store.
In all seriousness, express yourself. It's your right.
 

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He thought he was the King of America
Where they pour Coca Cola just like vintage wine
Now I try hard not to become hysterical
But I'm not sure if I am laughing or crying
 

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Let's give him some credit, though - he's going to move to North Branch and finally be free of Mom's iron rule.
I'm not going to make fun of felton. I understand why he got banned. Making a remark like he did about a beloved football player on the football forum is probably the equivalent of burning a flag in other circumstances. Still, I feel a bit sad about it.

I really didn't dislike felton and I'm someone who freely admits to despising certain other right wingers who post on this site. He was a bit of a whack job, prone to wild and lurid conspiracy theories, and wound a bit too tightly. But, he was not unintelligent, expressed himself well, was willing to engage in dialog, and, I think, fundamentally honest about the way he felt. Finally, he wasn't always wrong.
 

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I'm not going to make fun of felton. I understand why he got banned. Making a remark like he did about a beloved football player on the football forum is probably the equivalent of burning a flag in other circumstances. Still, I feel a bit sad about it.

I really didn't dislike felton and I'm someone who freely admits to despising certain other right wingers who post on this site. He was a bit of a whack job, prone to wild and lurid conspiracy theories, and wound a bit too tightly. But, he was not unintelligent, expressed himself well, was willing to engage in dialog, and, I think, fundamentally honest about the way he felt. Finally, he wasn't always wrong.
I don't hate the guy by any stretch of the means, and in fact, enjoy trading a good barb back and forth with him, but what he said was completely uncalled for. No excuse for profane and incendiary language to be used towards the young athletes we come here to celebrate and discuss.
 
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