Discussion in 'Politics' started by Political Junky, Jul 18, 2016.
Poor little hate drone, goes for wit, doesn't make the half-way mark...
Guess you didn't turn away from MSDNC last night.
Your fake scandal has fizzled.
The Trump family shined last night. You're not smart enough to grasp it. You're not a leftist because you're particularly bright, now are you?
Ivanaka ran to the LEFT of Crooked Hillary, and stole the womens issues. Yes, you Soros scum will lie, it's what you do, but her words will echo through the campaign.
I'm voting for Gary Johnson, I think.
In some ways, it's not. But this was a case where the right turned out to be wrong. Despite their vapid denials, the charges of plagiarism turned out to be true and the right ended up with egg on their face.
And the right swallowed it whole.
Trump the RINO is dragging you rightards to the left and y'all are too stupid to figure it out.
In any thread or issue there are questions raised, which as long as they exist will fuel the discussion. Right?
In this one the original question was, "how did Michelle Obama's lines get into Melania's speech"?
That question has been answered. It's done, put to rest. And any uncertainties about details are insignificant.
But posing that question created other questions, to wit:
How can you deny the lines are in there? (gives examples)
How the hell is it "Hillary's fault"?
How can it be Hillary's fault ---- or anybody's fault ---- and simultaneously "not exist"?
Those questions were obvious enough that the staffer McIver actually took responsibility.
But Manafort and the various posters here, presumably representing many more in the public ---- STILL refused to acknowledge it.
Therefore that question remains unresolved, and that unresolution births yet another question, to wit: How can you deny what's already been admitted?
That's unresolved too.
And that's why we're still here. Hope this helped.
Yeah, sure, gramps,
... about that drool cup ...
Well, I was giving my opinion on it. I'm on topic whether you like it or not.
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