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  2. DieHardBrownsFan

    The Latest Trump Tweet That Has The Left Yelling Racism

    Donald J. Trump 15 mins · The Democrats in Congress are getting nothing done, not on drug pricing, not on immigration, not on infrastructure, not on nothing! Sooo much opportunity, yet all they want to do is go “fishing.” The American people are tired of the never ending Witch Hunt, they want results now!
  3. bigbambo

    AOC in a flash.....

    Racism will be the shot heard around the world and it won't be televised! Mark it! CNN and all fake news will be showing Trump being whipped 24/7 in a cell built with pcs of his border wall. When a cracker is scorned it's because they are not liked. When a minority is scorned it's a racist act. When you accept and believe, respectively, it's going to burst
  4. Do you think "your" Congresswoman ever will?
  5. Good, I'm happy he got around to it.
  6. Just so you are aware Trump did on at least 2 occasions. "The Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazis and white supremacists were "repugnant" to everything Americans held dear." -Donald Trump “Racism is evil, and those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including the KKK, neo-Nazis, white supremacists and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans” - Donald Trump
  7. Westside Steve

    AOC in a flash.....

    True enough. And I feel to see the effects in modern day Society. WSS
  8. Gorka

    AOC in a flash.....

    You would think. But there needs to be "racism" in order for demonrats to have purpose. Without victims they cant exist.
  9. Gorka

    AOC in a flash.....

    Why do you trolls let yourselves get baited by this stuff?? LOL
  10. OldBrownsFan

    AOC in a flash.....

    'The Squad' revives feud with Pelosi: Be aware when you 'single us out' that we're 'women of color' https://www.foxnews.com/politics/the-squad-revives-their-feud-with-pelosi-be-aware-when-you-single-us-out-that-were-women-of-color It will never end with these congresswomen. They consider themselves untouchable because of their race (and likely their sex too). Disagree with them and they will call you a racist.......
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  12. Came across a very interesting read this morning. It pertains to this (there are several like it) : https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1149464688553365504.html (article-ized). Very informative with lots of evidence, really paints the picture and explains things.
  13. hammertime

    Democrats are showing their true colors yet again.

    I thought Woods got kicked of Twitter ?
  14. I will say something positive here about AOC. She was right condemning the crony capitialism sweetheart deal that NY and Amazon were negotiating. The problem was the thousands of jobs she cost her constituents in her own district by losing Amazon.
  15. OldBrownsFan

    Democrats are showing their true colors yet again.

    Those of us who follow politics know this.....the dems best weapon are low information voters
  16. OldBrownsFan

    Democrats are showing their true colors yet again.

    Racists, racists everywhere!
  17. Not only would Cleve defend this fo sho, he'd want to rim job that!
  18. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/ocasio-cortez-gets-new-2020-challenger EXCLUSIVE -- Scherie Murray, a New York businesswoman who immigrated from Jamaica as a child and is active in state Republican politics, is launching a campaign Wednesday for the congressional seat held by Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Fox News has learned. In a phone interview, Murray, 38, confirmed her intention to run for the New York congressional seat as a Republican. TRUMP FIRES BACK AT SQUAD, CHALLENGES HOUSE TO ‘REBUKE’ THEM FOR ‘FILTHY AND HATE LACED’ LANGUAGE “There is a crisis in Queens, and it’s called AOC,” Murray told Fox News. “And instead of focusing on us, she’s focusing on being famous. Mainly rolling back progress and authoring the job-killing Green New Deal and killing the Amazon New York deal.” Murray, who was born in Jamaica and moved to the United States when she was 9, is officially launching her campaign Wednesday with an introductory video that takes sharp jabs at the 29-year-old Ocasio-Cortez. 'There is a crisis in Queens, and it’s called AOC.' — Scherie Murray “Your representative in Washington chooses self-promotion over service, conflict over constituents, resistance over assistance," Murray said in the video. "Queens and the Bronx needs someone who will create jobs instead of turning them away." Asked about Ocasio-Cortez’s brand of Democratic socialism, Murray said, “I think it’s far, far to the left and it is not connecting with everyday Americans.” As for "Medicare-for-all," which Ocasio-Cortez has embraced, the Republican said: “Medicare-for-all, I think a lot of people are happy with their current health insurance.” And on the Green New Deal, the left-wing proposal to address climate change pushed by Ocasio-Ortez, she said: “We know that it certainly will kill jobs.” Murray joins four other Republicans who have filed to run for the seat: former police officer John Cummings, medical journalist Ruth Papazian, construction contractor Miguel Hernandez and entrepreneur Antoine Tucker. No Democrats have yet announced a primary challenge to Ocasio-Cortez, though there's been speculation that establishment Democrats could rally behind a primary challenger. Ocasio-Cortez shocked the political world in 2018 by defeating longtime Rep. Joe Crowley in a Democratic primary. Whichever Republican candidate emerges from the primary field will face a steep uphill climb in the overwhelmingly Democratic district. But Murray and others are looking to paint Ocasio-Cortez as more of a celebrity than a lawmaker, while stressing their ability to work across party lines. Murray's new campaign video, which doesn’t mention President Trump or the Republican Party, portrays Murray as a bridge-builder. She is a former state committeewoman of the New York State Republican Party. Asked during the interview if she considers herself a Trump supporter, she said “yes.” She said she is in the process of talking with national Republicans about her campaign, including South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, a prominent black Republican in Congress. She expressed disgust over the recent spat between Trump and Ocasio-Cortez and her allies. Trump has taken heat for telling Ocasio-Cortez and other minority progressives to "go back" to where they came from – provoking accusations from Democrats that Trump's comments are racist. “I think it’s disgusting, to be quite honest,” Murray said of the controversy, without specifying which part of it disgusts her. “I think we are missing the point of why we’re elected to public office: to legislate on policy, to deliver results to those kitchen table issues that are affecting everyday Americans.” Murray later clarified her thoughts on the back-and-forth, saying of Trump's tweet, "Is that how I would have worded it? No. Do I think the president is a racist? No." She added, "But I want to get back to the core of why we’re even talking about this – there is a crisis at our border." Murray, who grew up in Southeast Queens and worked for the city’s Jamaica Bus Depot as a teenager, founded a television production and advertising company called The Esemel Group in 2004. She said her business generated employment for minorities in New York City. She said she no longer works for the company and is now a full-time mother. Progressive Democrats take on Trump's immigration policy; reaction from USCIS acting director Ken Cuccinelli. The GOP primary will take place in June 2020. Winning a general election in New York’s 14th congressional district would be a long shot for any Republican: In 2018, Ocasio-Cortez’s GOP opponent, Anthony Pappas, won just 14 percent of the vote. But Murray still insists a Republican could win – even in a Democratic-controlled district – because of dissatisfaction with Ocasio-Cortez. “A Republican can win the district,” she said. “There is an absolute path to victory when you look at a general election campaign.”
  19. OldBrownsFan

    The official Terry Pluto thread

    I got a question for you Gipper. Marty Schottenheimer is my all time favorite NFL coach. I loved the guy and prayers go out for him and his family as he battles Alzheimers today. Marty as we all know did great in the regular season but couldn't get the monkey off his back in the playoffs and would get knocked out early. I always thought it was because he got away from his coaching style that served him well in the regular season and he got too conservative in the playoffs. I recently heard another theory and I think there is some validity to it. Marty was such a good coach his teams over achieved in the regular season and in the playoffs he didn't have the talent to compete? I don't know but his record was always he won wherever he went doing great in the regular season and struggled in the playoffs. ** Marty is the only eligible NFL coach with at least 200 regular season wins who has not been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame...hope that changes soon. Sorry WSS about being off topic..
  20. I have followed politics since age 13 when I stayed up all night listening on the radio to the election results of Humphrey and Nixon (I was pulling for Humphrey). Sometimes I wish I didn't follow politics so much because it is a dirty business. I know you won't believe this but Trump is really an anomaly in that he is not "owned" by the republican party like most republicans are. They can't control him. He is the bull in the china shop I have always wanted to see as president upsetting the apple carts at every turn and breaking all the rules. I am naive enough to believe he sought out being president because he wanted to do things that are in the best interest of our country and the rest of the world comes second and I see nothing wrong with that. I like that about him. It could be he saw terrible trade deals made by inept politicians and policies hurtful to our country that needed to be fixed. Whatever his reason for wanting to be president he has shown time and time again he will take the worst punishment the liberal MSM and the democrats can hurl at him and his family and he doesn't let that stop him from doing things he believes are best for the country. I haven't replaced Reagan yet as the best president in my lifetime but Trump gets closer all the time to doing it.
  21. Yes and No. I don't think it's any one particular player but more so the depth that's now available. Also the ability to actually convert 1st downs on offense is HUGE. I think the defense was better by leaps and bounds the moment Baker took over. The offense with Tyrod was flat out anemic and the defense never had time to catch a break.
  22. Ok ... But what exactly do you find fault with in her quotes? Or is it just simply the incorrect belief that anytime anyone says something negative about America it must mean they hate it. Which is idiotic
  23. brownie4412

    The official Terry Pluto thread

    This exactly. Remember all those teams from the 2000's that had "good defenses"? We would hang around all game then just completely shit the bed in the 4th quarter? Those teams couldn't muster more than 4-5 wins because the offense couldn't stay on the field. That's exactly what brought them down. Any defense good or bad needs rest.
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