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  1. Things that trump says

    heel bringin the big stick
  2. Giant Penguin as Big as a Man

  3. he was so bad he's malias dad, he evolved on gay marriage that made heel so sad, brought health care to the masses took forever like molasses but the racistb butthead voters decided that green, was the grasses on the other side, so Trump got elected his actions they defended facebook folks defriended The Russia investigations are now all open ended there now you are not the worst rapper on the Huddle.
  4. He has great teeth for a boxer. Guess he doesn't have to worry about health insurance. Or a lot of things normal people worry about.
  5. Roy Moore LOSES

    without an extremist branch they have nothing to fight for. They managed to turn a political party into a single issue voter (abortion). They rely on this issue to get the votes for what they really want.
  6. Roy Moore LOSES

    If anything these poll swings just reinforce to me the fact that the majority of the American population just thinks the freedoms they have (or don't have) are not shaped by their efforts in any way.
  7. Roy Moore LOSES

    Happy Hanukkah to one of Roy Moore's Lawyers
  8. Alabama elects Moore. Just kidding

    http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2017/december-web-only/roy-moore-doug-jones-alabama-editorial.html ... As suggested above, some of the critiques by the Left and center (matched by a fair amount of critiques by leading conservatives, by the way), are hard to argue with. Hypocrisy is again the most salient charge. As recently as 2011, PRRI found that only 30 percent of white evangelicals believed “an elected official who commits an immoral act in their personal life can still behave ethically and fulfill their duties in their public and professional life.” But by late 2016, when Donald Trump was running for president, that number had risen sharply to 72 percent—the biggest shift of any US religious group. The reason for the flip is not hard to discern. David Brody, a correspondent for the Christian Broadcasting Network, has noted the desperation and urgency felt throughout much of conservative Christianity. “The way evangelicals see the world, the culture is not only slipping away—it’s slipping away in all caps, with four exclamation points after that. It’s going to you-know-what in a handbasket.” The logic is then inexorable: “Where does that leave evangelicals? It leaves them with a choice. Do they sacrifice a little bit of that ethical guideline they’ve used in the past in exchange for what they believe is saving the culture?” Apparently yes. This is precisely why, when serious and substantial allegations of sexual abuse of minors were made against Roy Moore, many doubled down on their support for him. Within days of this news story in The Washington Post, polls indicated that not only would 57 percent of evangelicals continue to support him, another 37 percent said they were now more likely to vote for him.
  9. Roy Moore LOSES

    Roy Moore retreating to his safe space today
  10. How would you feel if...

    I'd totally root for the Jaguars over any NFC team. The fact we came into the league at the same time is pretty irrelevant 22 years down the road.
  11. Roy Moore = Matt Lauer; Sacrificial Lambs, now what?

    You forgot the asterisk next to selected by the current President. Because that was bullshit too.
  12. The Year of the Headless Liberal Chicken

    nothin personnel but that IQ is high
  13. Roy Moore LOSES

    ^^^ that all day. But people with more money, or at least people that place a greater emphasis on money, would tend IMHO to be more easily convinced to do bad things when they see other people getting ahead doing them, and that behaivior is normalized - just like say, former pro athletes and women in sports journalism.
  14. The Official Robert Mueller is comin! Thread

    I hear that personal opinions are things conservatives have, that should be left alone and have no bearing on their professional work.
  15. Roy Moore LOSES

    there is only one person in the US still keeping Hillary around.
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