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Reported in UK media (quotes): "...don't see anyone who can beat tRUMP....tRUMP will win a second term..."
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PJay OD
2018-12-03 07:11:30 UTC
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Reported in UK media (quotes): "...don't see anyone who can beat tRUMP..."

"...tRUMP will win a second term..."
Weatherman
2018-12-03 11:34:19 UTC
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Reported in UK media (quotes): "...don't see anyone who can beat tRUMP..."
"...tRUMP will win a second term..."
Who will beat Trump? Father Time, stupid Trumper.
PJay OD
2018-12-03 12:06:37 UTC
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Reported in UK media (quotes): "...don't see anyone who can beat tRUMP..."
"...tRUMP will win a second term..."
.> Who will beat Trump? Father Time, blah,snip

if one googles:

"tRUMP will win a second term"

one will retrieve:

"About 89,000 results (0.29 seconds)"
Weatherman
2018-12-03 12:09:20 UTC
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Reported in UK media (quotes): "...don't see anyone who can beat tRUMP..."
"...tRUMP will win a second term..."
.> Who will beat Trump? Father Time, blah,snip
"tRUMP will win a second term"
"About 89,000 results (0.29 seconds)"
https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&tbm=isch&source=hp&biw=1472&bih=909&ei=rhwFXO2ALIfVkwXDtZ-4Cw&q=idiot&oq=idiot&gs_l=img.3..0l10.1500.2095..2957...0.0..0.73.295.5......0....1..gws-wiz-img.....0.ujN1ApyWTxQ
CLOISTER
2018-12-03 12:19:45 UTC
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Reported in UK media (quotes): "...don't see anyone who can beat tRUMP..."
"...tRUMP will win a second term..."
It is amazing how much the Englishmen love our President
Weatherman
2018-12-03 13:08:54 UTC
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Reported in UK media (quotes): "...don't see anyone who can beat tRUMP..."
"...tRUMP will win a second term..."
It is amazing how much the Englishmen love our President
Most don't, stupid Trumper. Most of the world doesn't like the mad man
in the White House, dumb fuck Trumper.
Gary
2018-12-03 16:08:20 UTC
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Reported in UK media (quotes): "...don't see anyone who can beat tRUMP..."
"...tRUMP will win a second term..."
It is amazing how much the Englishmen love our President
Most don't, stupid Trumper. Most of the world doesn't like the mad man
in the White House, dumb fuck Trumper.
It's easy to understand. After all - his mother was born in Scotland. Just a few
miles north of England. She didn't come to America til she was 18.
CLOISTER
2018-12-03 17:02:17 UTC
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Reported in UK media (quotes): "...don't see anyone who can beat tRUMP..."
"...tRUMP will win a second term..."
It is amazing how much the Englishmen love our President
Most don't, stupid Trumper. Most of the world doesn't like the mad man
in the White House, dumb fuck Trumper.
It's easy to understand. After all - his mother was born in Scotland. Just a few
miles north of England. She didn't come to America til she was 18.
And she use to make several return visits and they even had a reserved
her a place in the Church that she and her family attended when she was young.
The modest house they owned is still occupied by a family member.
This President is not the least bit concerned what other
countries think about us. AMERICA FIRST
The Man in the High Castle
2018-12-03 17:27:38 UTC
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Reported in UK media (quotes): "...don't see anyone who can beat tRUMP..."
"...tRUMP will win a second term..."
It is amazing how much the Englishmen love our President
Most don't, stupid Trumper. Most of the world doesn't like the mad man
in the White House, dumb fuck Trumper.
It's easy to understand. After all - his mother was born in Scotland. Just a few
miles north of England. She didn't come to America til she was 18.
And she use to make several return visits and they even had a reserved
her a place in the Church that she and her family attended when she was young.
The modest house they owned is still occupied by a family member.
This President is not the least bit concerned what other
countries think about us. AMERICA FIRST
You just said Scotland First. Oops.
rumpelstiltskin
2018-12-03 19:04:06 UTC
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On Mon, 3 Dec 2018 18:27:38 +0100, The Man in the High Castle
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Post by PJay OD
Reported in UK media (quotes): "...don't see anyone who can beat tRUMP..."
"...tRUMP will win a second term..."
It is amazing how much the Englishmen love our President
Most don't, stupid Trumper. Most of the world doesn't like the mad man
in the White House, dumb fuck Trumper.
It's easy to understand. After all - his mother was born in Scotland. Just a few
miles north of England. She didn't come to America til she was 18.
And she use to make several return visits and they even had a reserved
her a place in the Church that she and her family attended when she was young.
The modest house they owned is still occupied by a family member.
This President is not the least bit concerned what other
countries think about us. AMERICA FIRST
You just said Scotland First. Oops.
I was on a bus a couple of months ago with four
seats in the front. Remarkably, all of us, strangers
to each other, in those seats was English. A bit
later I heard another English-sounding accent and
asked if the woman with it was English. She
replied "Scottish" in a tone that suggested she
didn't wish to be thought of as English!

I've been in the USA for 68 of my 73 years,
yet people, even English people, can usually pick
out that I'm English. It rather surprises me
because to me (and to my son) it seems to me
that most of my English accent is gone.
Gary
2018-12-03 17:50:45 UTC
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Reported in UK media (quotes): "...don't see anyone who can beat tRUMP..."
"...tRUMP will win a second term..."
It is amazing how much the Englishmen love our President
Most don't, stupid Trumper. Most of the world doesn't like the mad man
in the White House, dumb fuck Trumper.
It's easy to understand. After all - his mother was born in Scotland. Just a few
miles north of England. She didn't come to America til she was 18.
And she use to make several return visits and they even had a reserved
her a place in the Church that she and her family attended when she was young.
The modest house they owned is still occupied by a family member.
This President is not the least bit concerned what other
countries think about us. AMERICA FIRST
The only reason I like and defend Trump is because -- I'm also descended from a Scot
family. But mine came over about 250 years ago.
rumpelstiltskin
2018-12-03 19:04:06 UTC
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Reported in UK media (quotes): "...don't see anyone who can beat tRUMP..."
"...tRUMP will win a second term..."
It is amazing how much the Englishmen love our President
Most don't, stupid Trumper. Most of the world doesn't like the mad man
in the White House, dumb fuck Trumper.
It's easy to understand. After all - his mother was born in Scotland. Just a few
miles north of England. She didn't come to America til she was 18.
Although I was born in England, I'm pretty much
American now though I never have applied for
citizenship. I don't hate Trump as much as many
liberals do though, and unless he screws up much
worse than he's done so far, I expect him to win
a second term.
Gary
2018-12-03 20:33:03 UTC
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Reported in UK media (quotes): "...don't see anyone who can beat tRUMP..."
"...tRUMP will win a second term..."
It is amazing how much the Englishmen love our President
Most don't, stupid Trumper. Most of the world doesn't like the mad man
in the White House, dumb fuck Trumper.
It's easy to understand. After all - his mother was born in Scotland. Just a few
miles north of England. She didn't come to America til she was 18.
Although I was born in England, I'm pretty much
American now though I never have applied for
citizenship.
As I've mentioned before, as a young man -- I really would have liked to have lived in
England. And would have done so if I could have gotten a job. But .. I couldn't.

After living there for two years, my parents and I (about age 10) left in the early
1950s. Funny thing -- just as we were leaving, my uncle (mother's brother) moved his
English wife and her family back to England. (they met during WW2.) They had a son a
little younger than me.

Guess what ? After all these years, their son (my cousin) finally visited us here in
Georgia for a family reunion about 6 or 7 years ago. I really liked him -- and we've
been e-mail friends ever since. (Although born in America of an American father -- he has
never wanted to come live here. Can't blame him)
Post by rumpelstiltskin
I don't hate Trump as much as many
liberals do though, and unless he screws up much
worse than he's done so far, I expect him to win
a second term.
Funny thing about Trump. I have no use for him. But I had even less use for Hillary
Clinton (or her husband "Slick Willie") So I voted for Trump.

I didn't care for Obama, but most of the recent Democrat nominees would be much more
appealing to me than Trump. Such as Al Gore and John Kerry. (good men) If the
Democrats can't come up with a good candidate by 2020 -- I suppose I will just "not vote".
mg
2018-12-04 07:25:22 UTC
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Reported in UK media (quotes): "...don't see anyone who can beat tRUMP..."
"...tRUMP will win a second term..."
It is amazing how much the Englishmen love our President
Most don't, stupid Trumper. Most of the world doesn't like the mad man
in the White House, dumb fuck Trumper.
It's easy to understand. After all - his mother was born in Scotland. Just a few
miles north of England. She didn't come to America til she was 18.
Although I was born in England, I'm pretty much
American now though I never have applied for
citizenship.
As I've mentioned before, as a young man -- I really would have liked to have lived in
England. And would have done so if I could have gotten a job. But .. I couldn't.
After living there for two years, my parents and I (about age 10) left in the early
1950s. Funny thing -- just as we were leaving, my uncle (mother's brother) moved his
English wife and her family back to England. (they met during WW2.) They had a son a
little younger than me.
Guess what ? After all these years, their son (my cousin) finally visited us here in
Georgia for a family reunion about 6 or 7 years ago. I really liked him -- and we've
been e-mail friends ever since. (Although born in America of an American father -- he has
never wanted to come live here. Can't blame him)
Post by rumpelstiltskin
I don't hate Trump as much as many
liberals do though, and unless he screws up much
worse than he's done so far, I expect him to win
a second term.
Funny thing about Trump. I have no use for him. But I had even less use for Hillary
Clinton (or her husband "Slick Willie") So I voted for Trump.
I didn't care for Obama, but most of the recent Democrat nominees would be much more
appealing to me than Trump. Such as Al Gore and John Kerry. (good men) If the
Democrats can't come up with a good candidate by 2020 -- I suppose I will just "not vote".
John Kerry is thinking about running for president in 2020.
https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/28/politics/john-kerry-2020-harvard-event/index.html
Gary
2018-12-04 12:43:18 UTC
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Most don't, stupid Trumper. Most of the world doesn't like the mad man
in the White House, dumb fuck Trumper.
It's easy to understand. After all - his mother was born in Scotland. Just a few
miles north of England. She didn't come to America til she was 18.
Although I was born in England, I'm pretty much
American now though I never have applied for
citizenship.
As I've mentioned before, as a young man -- I really would have liked to have lived in
England. And would have done so if I could have gotten a job. But .. I couldn't.
After living there for two years, my parents and I (about age 10) left in the early
1950s. Funny thing -- just as we were leaving, my uncle (mother's brother) moved his
English wife and her family back to England. (they met during WW2.) They had a son a
little younger than me.
Guess what ? After all these years, their son (my cousin) finally visited us here in
Georgia for a family reunion about 6 or 7 years ago. I really liked him -- and we've
been e-mail friends ever since. (Although born in America of an American father -- he has
never wanted to come live here. Can't blame him)
Post by rumpelstiltskin
I don't hate Trump as much as many
liberals do though, and unless he screws up much
worse than he's done so far, I expect him to win
a second term.
Funny thing about Trump. I have no use for him. But I had even less use for Hillary
Clinton (or her husband "Slick Willie") So I voted for Trump.
I didn't care for Obama, but most of the recent Democrat nominees would be much more
appealing to me than Trump. Such as Al Gore and John Kerry. (good men) If the
Democrats can't come up with a good candidate by 2020 -- I suppose I will just "not vote".
John Kerry is thinking about running for president in 2020.
https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/28/politics/john-kerry-2020-harvard-event/index.html
I can go for him. He sure seems better than what we got. Or ..,.... what we almost
got :-)
El Castor
2018-12-04 16:50:33 UTC
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Most don't, stupid Trumper. Most of the world doesn't like the mad man
in the White House, dumb fuck Trumper.
It's easy to understand. After all - his mother was born in Scotland. Just a few
miles north of England. She didn't come to America til she was 18.
Although I was born in England, I'm pretty much
American now though I never have applied for
citizenship.
As I've mentioned before, as a young man -- I really would have liked to have lived in
England. And would have done so if I could have gotten a job. But .. I couldn't.
After living there for two years, my parents and I (about age 10) left in the early
1950s. Funny thing -- just as we were leaving, my uncle (mother's brother) moved his
English wife and her family back to England. (they met during WW2.) They had a son a
little younger than me.
Guess what ? After all these years, their son (my cousin) finally visited us here in
Georgia for a family reunion about 6 or 7 years ago. I really liked him -- and we've
been e-mail friends ever since. (Although born in America of an American father -- he has
never wanted to come live here. Can't blame him)
Post by rumpelstiltskin
I don't hate Trump as much as many
liberals do though, and unless he screws up much
worse than he's done so far, I expect him to win
a second term.
Funny thing about Trump. I have no use for him. But I had even less use for Hillary
Clinton (or her husband "Slick Willie") So I voted for Trump.
I didn't care for Obama, but most of the recent Democrat nominees would be much more
appealing to me than Trump. Such as Al Gore and John Kerry. (good men) If the
Democrats can't come up with a good candidate by 2020 -- I suppose I will just "not vote".
John Kerry is thinking about running for president in 2020.
https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/28/politics/john-kerry-2020-harvard-event/index.html
I can go for him. He sure seems better than what we got. Or ..,.... what we almost
got :-)
Amen
mg
2018-12-04 19:27:36 UTC
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Most don't, stupid Trumper. Most of the world doesn't like the mad man
in the White House, dumb fuck Trumper.
It's easy to understand. After all - his mother was born in Scotland. Just a few
miles north of England. She didn't come to America til she was 18.
Although I was born in England, I'm pretty much
American now though I never have applied for
citizenship.
As I've mentioned before, as a young man -- I really would have liked to have lived in
England. And would have done so if I could have gotten a job. But .. I couldn't.
After living there for two years, my parents and I (about age 10) left in the early
1950s. Funny thing -- just as we were leaving, my uncle (mother's brother) moved his
English wife and her family back to England. (they met during WW2.) They had a son a
little younger than me.
Guess what ? After all these years, their son (my cousin) finally visited us here in
Georgia for a family reunion about 6 or 7 years ago. I really liked him -- and we've
been e-mail friends ever since. (Although born in America of an American father -- he has
never wanted to come live here. Can't blame him)
Post by rumpelstiltskin
I don't hate Trump as much as many
liberals do though, and unless he screws up much
worse than he's done so far, I expect him to win
a second term.
Funny thing about Trump. I have no use for him. But I had even less use for Hillary
Clinton (or her husband "Slick Willie") So I voted for Trump.
I didn't care for Obama, but most of the recent Democrat nominees would be much more
appealing to me than Trump. Such as Al Gore and John Kerry. (good men) If the
Democrats can't come up with a good candidate by 2020 -- I suppose I will just "not vote".
John Kerry is thinking about running for president in 2020.
https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/28/politics/john-kerry-2020-harvard-event/index.html
I can go for him. He sure seems better than what we got. Or ..,.... what we almost
got :-)
I don't have any proof, or evidence, of any kind, but based on my
built-in scam- artist antenna, I would guess that Kerry would be more
dishonest than anyone we've had, or almost had, so far.

Here's an encouraging, or semi-encouraging, news clip about Kerry,
though:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=MRFI8DWj8fk
rumpelstiltskin
2018-12-05 06:09:38 UTC
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On Tue, 04 Dec 2018 12:27:36 -0700, mg <***@none.nl> wrote:
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Post by mg
Here's an encouraging, or semi-encouraging, news clip about Kerry,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=MRFI8DWj8fk
I don't know where that "Special Report" is from, but the first
minute or two of it sure comes across as run-of-the-mill
right-wing propaganda to me.
mg
2018-12-05 19:09:00 UTC
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Post by mg
Here's an encouraging, or semi-encouraging, news clip about Kerry,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=MRFI8DWj8fk
I don't know where that "Special Report" is from, but the first
minute or two of it sure comes across as run-of-the-mill
right-wing propaganda to me.
There's an article on that page entitled, "John Kerry Goes Rogue Warns
Immigration Has 'Crushed' Europe". So, I just wanted to point out that
Kerry's reservations about immigration, at least in Europe, might be
an encouraging sign.
rumpelstiltskin
2018-12-05 21:36:35 UTC
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Post by mg
Here's an encouraging, or semi-encouraging, news clip about Kerry,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=MRFI8DWj8fk
I don't know where that "Special Report" is from, but the first
minute or two of it sure comes across as run-of-the-mill
right-wing propaganda to me.
There's an article on that page entitled, "John Kerry Goes Rogue Warns
Immigration Has 'Crushed' Europe". So, I just wanted to point out that
Kerry's reservations about immigration, at least in Europe, might be
an encouraging sign.
I agree with that. I like countries having a national
identity, and not throwing that out for the sake of
"globalism". I don't know how well I can defend that
position though. I'm certainly hostile to the idea of a
couple of thousand foreigners walking up to the U.S.
border and expecting to be let in just because that's
in their own interest, with no regard for whether
it's in the interest of the people already here.
Gary
2018-12-06 12:53:06 UTC
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Post by mg
Here's an encouraging, or semi-encouraging, news clip about Kerry,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=MRFI8DWj8fk
I don't know where that "Special Report" is from, but the first
minute or two of it sure comes across as run-of-the-mill
right-wing propaganda to me.
There's an article on that page entitled, "John Kerry Goes Rogue Warns
Immigration Has 'Crushed' Europe". So, I just wanted to point out that
Kerry's reservations about immigration, at least in Europe, might be
an encouraging sign.
I agree with that. I like countries having a national
identity, and not throwing that out for the sake of
"globalism". I don't know how well I can defend that
position though. I'm certainly hostile to the idea of a
couple of thousand foreigners walking up to the U.S.
border and expecting to be let in just because that's
in their own interest, with no regard for whether
it's in the interest of the people already here.
Why don't we call it what it is ? An invasion ! The best way to handle an invasion
is with -- machine guns !
mg
2018-12-06 20:59:57 UTC
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Post by mg
Here's an encouraging, or semi-encouraging, news clip about Kerry,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=MRFI8DWj8fk
I don't know where that "Special Report" is from, but the first
minute or two of it sure comes across as run-of-the-mill
right-wing propaganda to me.
There's an article on that page entitled, "John Kerry Goes Rogue Warns
Immigration Has 'Crushed' Europe". So, I just wanted to point out that
Kerry's reservations about immigration, at least in Europe, might be
an encouraging sign.
I agree with that. I like countries having a national
identity, and not throwing that out for the sake of
"globalism". I don't know how well I can defend that
position though. I'm certainly hostile to the idea of a
couple of thousand foreigners walking up to the U.S.
border and expecting to be let in just because that's
in their own interest, with no regard for whether
it's in the interest of the people already here.
They're like some of my kids; If I let them, I think they would keep
borrowing money until I was living under an overpass, and then they
would probably come there to ask me for more. :-) :-) :-)
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