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PostPosted: Tue Mar 24, 2020 10:31 pm 
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This is a great read. It encapsulates everything wrong with Trump and his response to the Covid-19 crisis. His shortcomings are laid bare.


It's so tedious, repititive and dull. If that's what sparks your dopamine receptors, go for it.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 24, 2020 10:43 pm 
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puku wrote:
This is a great read. It encapsulates everything wrong with Trump and his response to the Covid-19 crisis. His shortcomings are laid bare.


It's so tedious, repititive and dull. If that's what sparks your dopamine receptors, go for it.


Quelle surprise. You really are predictable. It is almost as if you really do believe Trump can do no wrong.


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“America will again, and soon, be open for business. Very soon. A lot sooner than the three or four months that somebody was suggesting. A lot sooner.”

He specified that he was thinking in terms of weeks, not months.

“I’m not looking at months, I can tell you that,” he said.


You get the president you vote for. Strangely enough his handling of the Virus crisis is being well received by the Merikan public... until the bodies start piling up.


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puku wrote:
Seneca of the Night wrote:
puku wrote:
This is a great read. It encapsulates everything wrong with Trump and his response to the Covid-19 crisis. His shortcomings are laid bare.


It's so tedious, repititive and dull. If that's what sparks your dopamine receptors, go for it.


Quelle surprise. You really are predictable. It is almost as if you really do believe Trump can do no wrong.

Watching him right now, same same
Why does he want to bail out the cruising ships companies ? None are American, they carry flags from some taxe heaven countries, they don't employ Americans and don't pay taxes in the US of A.

Cuomo President!


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lexpat wrote:
puku wrote:
Seneca of the Night wrote:
puku wrote:
This is a great read. It encapsulates everything wrong with Trump and his response to the Covid-19 crisis. His shortcomings are laid bare.


It's so tedious, repititive and dull. If that's what sparks your dopamine receptors, go for it.


Quelle surprise. You really are predictable. It is almost as if you really do believe Trump can do no wrong.

Watching him right now, same same
Why does he want to bail out the cruising ships companies ? None are American, they carry flags from some taxe heaven countries, they don't employ Americans and don't pay taxes in the US of A.

Cuomo President!


Well if we could look at his books, we might know if he has any investments in them ?


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I see the first deaths are starting roll in from the drug cocktail he recommended.

Also not his fault...



Well no in this case it really isn’t. Some very stupid people who didn’t have the Virus drank fish tank cleaner.


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bimboman wrote:
houtkabouter wrote:
I see the first deaths are starting roll in from the drug cocktail he recommended.

Also not his fault...



Well no in this case it really isn’t. Some very stupid people who didn’t have the Virus drank fish tank cleaner.

Good, they won't shoot anybody


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bimboman wrote:
houtkabouter wrote:
I see the first deaths are starting roll in from the drug cocktail he recommended.

Also not his fault...



Well no in this case it really isn’t. Some very stupid people who didn’t have the Virus drank fish tank cleaner.


As I said earlier, the IQ level will be raised by this.


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Seneca of the Night wrote:
puku wrote:
This is a great read. It encapsulates everything wrong with Trump and his response to the Covid-19 crisis. His shortcomings are laid bare.


It's so tedious, repititive and dull. If that's what sparks your dopamine receptors, go for it.

Everything isn't governed by dopamine receptors btw.


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2,000,000,000,000 stimulus.

That gets my neurotransmitters quirting, not gonna lie.


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Trump approval matches all-time high and 60% approve of his handling of the virus.
That's it, 4 more years it is. Then Don Jr in 2024 x(


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Trump approval matches all-time high and 60% approve of his handling of the virus.
That's it, 4 more years it is. Then Don Jr in 2024 x(


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At least those pinky promises will have been delivered.

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"One of the hardest parts of this is all those pinky promises. And all those little girls who are going to have to wait four more years. That's going to be hard,"


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Could Coronavirus be the end of Globalization as we know it and an opportunity for Trump to experiment?


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TDS overdrive! Sad!


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Could Coronavirus be the end of Globalization as we know it and an opportunity for Trump to experiment?

It could be the opposite. A lot of countries will (hopefully) insist on more transparency from countries like China if they want to maintain their levels of trade around the world. This isn’t the first time a major killer disease has sprung up from there and they’ve tried to keep it quiet/downplay its seriousness.

Trump may actually get some backing from the EU if he tries to push through tariffs on China over this.


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Trump may actually get some backing from the EU if he tries to push through tariffs on China over this.


What?

At worst the Chinese underestimated the danger due to systemic failures at a local level. There's no thought that it reached the highest levels of government and they ignored the warnings the way the US President did.

If the EU are going to take action here it should be against the people in the US who put the Orange con man into power and have propped him up since. They have allowed this cretin to undermine western unity and actually side with our enemies for his personal gain.

The much vaunted 5 eyes was useless in identifying this crisis without proper leadership to coordinate action to prevent the spread. The only people to have taken any action based on intelligence in the US were republican senators who dumped stocks while telling the public there was nothing to worry about. An Obama administration would have mobilised the resources of the US and it's allies immediately.

The EU has already identified the problem with this administration and if there is to be a reaction it should be to show the hicks that vote for scumbags that harm global allies there are consequences.


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Zico wrote:
DOB wrote:
Trump may actually get some backing from the EU if he tries to push through tariffs on China over this.


What?

At worst the Chinese underestimated the danger due to systemic failures at a local level. There's no thought that it reached the highest levels of government and they ignored the warnings the way the US President did.

If the EU are going to take action here it should be against the people in the US who put the Orange con man into power and have propped him up since. They have allowed this cretin to undermine western unity and actually side with our enemies for his personal gain.

The much vaunted 5 eyes was useless in identifying this crisis without proper leadership to coordinate action to prevent the spread. The only people to have taken any action based on intelligence in the US were republican senators who dumped stocks while telling the public there was nothing to worry about. An Obama administration would have mobilised the resources of the US and it's allies immediately.

The EU has already identified the problem with this administration and if there is to be a reaction it should be to show the hicks that vote for scumbags that harm global allies there are consequences.


No one on the other side is going to believe any of that. Trump is doing a great job. They'll bet their lives on it. Meanwhile in the real world, I bet the people who wanted Trump for some 'creative destruction' never expected him to be in a position where his decisions decide whether they or their families live or die. Good luck with that.


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Zico wrote:
DOB wrote:
Trump may actually get some backing from the EU if he tries to push through tariffs on China over this.


What?

At worst the Chinese underestimated the danger due to systemic failures at a local level. There's no thought that it reached the highest levels of government and they ignored the warnings the way the US President did.

If the EU are going to take action here it should be against the people in the US who put the Orange con man into power and have propped him up since. They have allowed this cretin to undermine western unity and actually side with our enemies for his personal gain.

The much vaunted 5 eyes was useless in identifying this crisis without proper leadership to coordinate action to prevent the spread. The only people to have taken any action based on intelligence in the US were republican senators who dumped stocks while telling the public there was nothing to worry about. An Obama administration would have mobilised the resources of the US and it's allies immediately.

The EU has already identified the problem with this administration and if there is to be a reaction it should be to show the hicks that vote for scumbags that harm global allies there are consequences.


:lol:

I see cabin fever is already getting to some.


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“America will again, and soon, be open for business. Very soon. A lot sooner than the three or four months that somebody was suggesting. A lot sooner.”

He specified that he was thinking in terms of weeks, not months.

“I’m not looking at months, I can tell you that,” he said.

I can tell you now.0 In two months time he never said that. It will be fake news to suggest he did.


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Zico wrote:
DOB wrote:
Trump may actually get some backing from the EU if he tries to push through tariffs on China over this.


What?

At worst the Chinese underestimated the danger due to systemic failures at a local level. There's no thought that it reached the highest levels of government and they ignored the warnings the way the US President did.

If the EU are going to take action here it should be against the people in the US who put the Orange con man into power and have propped him up since. They have allowed this cretin to undermine western unity and actually side with our enemies for his personal gain.

The much vaunted 5 eyes was useless in identifying this crisis without proper leadership to coordinate action to prevent the spread. The only people to have taken any action based on intelligence in the US were republican senators who dumped stocks while telling the public there was nothing to worry about. An Obama administration would have mobilised the resources of the US and it's allies immediately.

The EU has already identified the problem with this administration and if there is to be a reaction it should be to show the hicks that vote for scumbags that harm global allies there are consequences.

63m wrist slaps crossing the atlantic..


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Interesting press conference. Statements along the lines of "no one has done more than us", "The country is lucky to have him handling this otherwise it would have been destroyed by now", and claims anyone suggesting staying locked down longer than Easter (as people on both sides of the political divide appear to be doing), only wants that as they hope it will make Trump looks bad in the polls. Plus the usual claims of fake news for anything he perceives as negative.


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puku wrote:
This is a great read. It encapsulates everything wrong with Trump and his response to the Covid-19 crisis. His shortcomings are laid bare.


This is a good article in the New Statesman giving some background to the state of readiness in the US.

https://www.newstatesman.com/world/nort ... -flu-avian


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Interesting press conference. Statements along the lines of "no one has done more than us", "The country is lucky to have him handling this otherwise it would have been destroyed by now", and claims anyone suggesting staying locked down longer than Easter (as people on both sides of the political divide appear to be doing), only wants that as they hope it will make Trump looks bad in the polls. Plus the usual claims of fake news for anything he perceives as negative.


Massachusetts is only on lockdown until April 5 as of now. It's not actually a lockdown anyway, only non-essential businesses have been ordered to close (and there's a looooong list of exceptions). No curfews or anything like that.

Although that could obviously be extended it's not out of the question at the moment that the Easter (April 12) deadline could be hit, at least out here. Tbf MA has done an excellent job handling this which is part of that...appropriate measures at each juncture, not too much, not too little.


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Needs to cover his nose as well, and wrap around his head about 50 times.


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Meanwhile in Australia, Scomo has already re-opened hairdressers. Like the first green shoots of spring through the gaps in the pavement.


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The EU has already identified the problem with this administration and if there is to be a reaction it should be to show the hicks that vote for scumbags that harm global allies there are consequences.


:lol:

I see cabin fever is already getting to some.

Canadian Airforce 5BX exercises are an excellent fitness regime if you are in a confined location like on a rig or an offshore vessel or cabin.
The only cure for severe TDS, is prolonged exposure to reality. It is estimated that by the time Don Jr is inaugurated in 2024, the number of cases will have started to drop.


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Meanwhile in Australia, Scomo has already re-opened hairdressers. Like the first green shoots of spring through the gaps in the pavement.


Did Sebastian cut your hair?


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Interesting times when a Republican President is considering taking states in companies to which it will provide direct grants. Makes sense but is so far from the Republican ideal.


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Trump approval matches all-time high and 60% approve of his handling of the virus.
That's it, 4 more years it is. Then Don Jr in 2024 x(

He's actually not getting much of a bounce. Dubya was over 90% after 9/11.


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Cabbage wrote:
Trump approval matches all-time high and 60% approve of his handling of the virus.
That's it, 4 more years it is. Then Don Jr in 2024 x(

He's actually not getting much of a bounce. Dubya was over 90% after 9/11.

We’re not “after” covid yet.

If Coronavirus is still in the headlines by the time he’s on a debate stage with Biden, he’s in trouble.


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Why does he want to bail out the cruising ships companies ? .. they don't employ Americans


This will come as a great shock to the many Americans that I know who are employed by cruise lines.


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Cabbage wrote:
Trump approval matches all-time high and 60% approve of his handling of the virus.
That's it, 4 more years it is. Then Don Jr in 2024 x(

He's actually not getting much of a bounce. Dubya was over 90% after 9/11.


We will review his rating once the bodies really start dropping. If Trump is a war time President, he is criminally stupid, frivolous with lives and about to be the author of a national tragedy.


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Wonder if we'll hear something today about; The greatest numbers ever seen in the history of our country by far.....by far. Much higher than anyone ever thought was possible.

That's about the limit of his vocabulary after all?

And which brave soul is going to nudge him and say "those are the unemployment figures for March, sir."

The move by networks to cut away from these "briefings" as they stray into campaign promotions is interesting. Free media versus paid advertising is an important component of American elections I understand?

The same solidarity could be shown by those present in the briefing room to the extent that if one reporter is disparaged as 'fake news' or 'nasty' for asking a valid question, they all get up and walk out.
If that leaves Fox News as the only one in the room then so be it. It will serve to personify what most of us already regard them to be - the propaganda instrument of the state.


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Wonder if we'll hear something today about; The greatest numbers ever seen in the history of our country by far.....by far. Much higher than anyone ever thought was possible.

That's about the limit of his vocabulary after all?

And which brave soul is going to nudge him and say "those are the unemployment figures for March, sir."

The move by networks to cut away from these "briefings" as they stray into campaign promotions is interesting. Free media versus paid advertising is an important component of American elections I understand?

The same solidarity could be shown by those present in the briefing room to the extent that if one reporter is disparaged as 'fake news' or 'nasty' for asking a valid question, they all get up and walk out.
If that leaves Fox News as the only one in the room then so be it. It will serve to personify what most of us already regard them to be - the propaganda instrument of the state.


Another MSM paid shill....

:yawn:


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af73 wrote:
Wonder if we'll hear something today about; The greatest numbers ever seen in the history of our country by far.....by far. Much higher than anyone ever thought was possible.

That's about the limit of his vocabulary after all?

And which brave soul is going to nudge him and say "those are the unemployment figures for March, sir."

The move by networks to cut away from these "briefings" as they stray into campaign promotions is interesting. Free media versus paid advertising is an important component of American elections I understand?

The same solidarity could be shown by those present in the briefing room to the extent that if one reporter is disparaged as 'fake news' or 'nasty' for asking a valid question, they all get up and walk out.
If that leaves Fox News as the only one in the room then so be it. It will serve to personify what most of us already regard them to be - the propaganda instrument of the state.


Another MSM paid shill....

:yawn:


You truly are a moron. Go back to God bothering.


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Wilson's Toffee wrote:
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Wonder if we'll hear something today about; The greatest numbers ever seen in the history of our country by far.....by far. Much higher than anyone ever thought was possible.

That's about the limit of his vocabulary after all?

And which brave soul is going to nudge him and say "those are the unemployment figures for March, sir."

The move by networks to cut away from these "briefings" as they stray into campaign promotions is interesting. Free media versus paid advertising is an important component of American elections I understand?

The same solidarity could be shown by those present in the briefing room to the extent that if one reporter is disparaged as 'fake news' or 'nasty' for asking a valid question, they all get up and walk out.
If that leaves Fox News as the only one in the room then so be it. It will serve to personify what most of us already regard them to be - the propaganda instrument of the state.


Another MSM paid shill....

:yawn:


You truly are a moron. Go back to God bothering.


That's not very nice.


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Seneca of the Night wrote:
Lenny wrote:
Wilson's Toffee wrote:
af73 wrote:
Wonder if we'll hear something today about; The greatest numbers ever seen in the history of our country by far.....by far. Much higher than anyone ever thought was possible.

That's about the limit of his vocabulary after all?

And which brave soul is going to nudge him and say "those are the unemployment figures for March, sir."

The move by networks to cut away from these "briefings" as they stray into campaign promotions is interesting. Free media versus paid advertising is an important component of American elections I understand?

The same solidarity could be shown by those present in the briefing room to the extent that if one reporter is disparaged as 'fake news' or 'nasty' for asking a valid question, they all get up and walk out.
If that leaves Fox News as the only one in the room then so be it. It will serve to personify what most of us already regard them to be - the propaganda instrument of the state.


Another MSM paid shill....

:yawn:


You truly are a moron. Go back to God bothering.


That's not very nice.


I thought harsh but fair.


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DOB wrote:
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Trump approval matches all-time high and 60% approve of his handling of the virus.
That's it, 4 more years it is. Then Don Jr in 2024 x(

He's actually not getting much of a bounce. Dubya was over 90% after 9/11.

We’re not “after” covid yet.

If Coronavirus is still in the headlines by the time he’s on a debate stage with Biden, he’s in trouble.


He could contract Covid-19 and go around shaking hands and coughing all over people and his base would still thing he was doing the greatest job ever.


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It may seem bizarre but i think that even if millions of his supporters or their parents died, they would still vote for him. It has become like an article of faith for them and i just hope he sets them that test( sorry just thinking out aloud)


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