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Frownland 01-14-2017 03:13 PM

Slimfast should've endorsed Trump. Imagine a first successful presidential weight loss miracle for their ads. It'd be unprecedented!

Ol’ Qwerty Bastard 01-14-2017 03:16 PM

Trump needs to get that Viagra sponsorship. for those times when you're tired of winning so much but still need to celebrate.

elphenor 01-14-2017 03:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Goofle (Post 1795124)
You say "We had bad ideas, it wasn't going very well because of it. And as you would expect, the change candidate won the election..." you would then go on to talk about what happens after this point. I'm sure you would be fair, and not go on about Marxist babble to a child.

I wish this were true though

elphenor 01-14-2017 03:31 PM

Yeah kids so the guy we didn't pick won anyway and proceeded to bend us over a chair I'm sorry you inherited this good luck

Neapolitan 01-14-2017 03:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Batlord (Post 1795347)
You're dumb. This is basically the President (elect) of the United States being a shill for a corporation. What if Obama suddenly stopped in the middle of the State of the Union address to plug Vanilla Coke?

You're just frontin'. Where in that post did I say what Donald Trump did was ethical? I didn't. Why do I have to tell you I didn't. It's cause you go off on a tangent like I don't know what I am saying.

If the U.S. Office of Government Ethics states that "All executive branch employees must refrain from misuse of position, including endorsements." Then he should refrain from endorsing products considering the position he is about to hold, the office of the president of the Unite States. I have no qualms over that so don't act like I do.

What I was addressing was the mindset of the "Activist" who want punish Trump supporter and boycott any thing and everything related to them. You know presidential campaigns are not free. Hillary Clinton raised $932.3 million to loose, and that was a fine investment. Why isn't donating a little cash to a political action committee in favor of Trump equally respected?

Ol’ Qwerty Bastard 01-14-2017 03:33 PM

you're both wrong, it goes like this.

so basically there was a time, long before you were born, where the Internet decided to take a simple meme one step too far.

Frownland 01-14-2017 03:34 PM

I'd describe it the same way as Obama's election: the stronger social media force won.

elphenor 01-14-2017 03:35 PM

I don't really care about this either

I'm more concerned with the plans to repeal the ACA and replace it with nothing so that 30k Americans or so will die this year due to not seeing a doctor because the US is a 3rd world country with billionaires

Ol’ Qwerty Bastard 01-14-2017 03:37 PM

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Originally Posted by Frownland (Post 1795357)
I'd describe it the same way as Obama's election: the stronger social media force won.

pretty accurate tbh, played a large role in Canada's last election as well. the future of politics ladies and gentlemen.

The Batlord 01-14-2017 03:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Neapolitan (Post 1795355)
You're just frontin'. Where in that post did I say what Donald Trump did was ethical? I didn't. Why do I have to tell you I didn't. It's cause you go off on a tangent like I don't know what I am saying.

If the U.S. Office of Government Ethics states that "All executive branch employees must refrain from misuse of position, including endorsements." Then he should refrain from endorsing products considering the position he is about to hold, the office of the president of the Unite States. I have no qualms over that so don't act like I do.

What I was addressing was the mindset of the "Activist" who want punish Trump supporter and boycott any thing and everything related to them. You know presidential campaigns are not free. Hillary Clinton raised $932.3 million to loose, and that was a fine investment. Why isn't donating a little cash to a political action committee in favor of Trump equally respected?

Either way you were just trying to deflect criticism cause you're a generic conservative hack.


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