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7 minutes ago, T-Dub said:

 

Dude what you are describing is almost the exact opposite of communism.  In fact, you sound like a bit of a socialist (not that there's anything wrong with that.)

 

LOL @ Trump being a real anything other than a troll.  All this noise about not disrespecting vets and then you support a draft dodging Manhattan socialite? Comedy gold!  How the fuck can that douche canoe even see real America from his penthouse at the top of his golden skyscraper?

 

Please continue, this shit keeps getting better.

I felt the same way at first. I did not want Trump at all. However we shall see what his tax plan looks like and if he can get it through. I thought he was a troll and corporate tool at first too. However his actions have shown me that he really is a American for the American people....so far we still have 3 years to go so he gets no pass just yet.

Socialism and communism are essentially the same thing. 

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Just now, Catfish Bob said:

 

Socialism and communism are essentially the same thing. 

 

Not really, but neither of them are even remotely about bending over for corporate interests.  

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Just now, T-Dub said:

 

Not really, but neither of them are even remotely about bending over for corporate interests.  

Ahhh welcome to the new age where corporate entities run the Earth. Maybe 100 years ago you were right however things have changed.

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34 minutes ago, T-Dub said:

 

Not really, but neither of them are even remotely about bending over for corporate interests.  

BTW. Next time someone says something about Obama please don't say that their grivences are because he black. That is why I was forced to call you a libtard.  We're beyond that these days rather you want to open your eyes and look around or just follow what the TV box tells you. 

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1 hour ago, Catfish Bob said:

No not because he was black you one minded ass mother fucker. Quit saying that stupid fucking bull shit. I don't give a fuck what his god dam akin color was. Only peices of fucking shit like ur libtard ass do!!! Wake up!! 

 

By communist I mean by raising my fucking taxes. Signing a absurd amount of BS executive orders that were power grabs for the corporations. Obama was extremely communist and extremely in favor of corporations over people. Where the fuck you been the last 8 years? With your stuck up ur libtard ass? 

I don't care if Obama was as black as a night sky. I judge a man on his actions. His actions were clearly against freedom and in favor of corporations. 

IMO Bush jr Clinton and bush sr were communist too. So no I don't say anything because of his skin color that is the only defense you idiots can come up with for his actions. "Because he was black". No fuck you. 

 

 

You need Jesus.  Or an education.

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10 hours ago, Catfish Bob said:

BTW. Next time someone says something about Obama please don't say that their grivences are because he black. That is why I was forced to call you a libtard.  We're beyond that these days

 

That must be why a race-baiting white supremacist is now sitting in the Oval?  These must be colorized photos from the 1950's, amazing how they were able to Photoshop that Trump signage in there. Printing the "R" backwards is a nice touch, very authentic. 

 

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And this soon-to-be-deflowered-by-his-Aryan-Nation-cellmate waste of oxygen must have been a time traveler

 

 

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Guess it's just a coincidence all these inbreds came out of the woodwork after a black dude got elected.

 

Isn't it funny how the guys screaming the loudest about their master race are always the least inspiring examples of chinless mouth breather & basement-dwelling fetal alcohol syndrome baby imaginable? 

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15 hours ago, Catfish Bob said:

Ahhh welcome to the new age where corporate entities run the Earth. Maybe 100 years ago you were right however things have changed.

 

What you're referring to is closer to a plutocracy, something that's actually been discussed on this forum quite a bit.  Why you think electing a plutocrat is somehow going to fix that, I have no idea.  The fact that he's a dumbfuck racist bully that's used most of his businesses as a money-laundering scam before declaring them bankrupt does not make him any less of a plutocrat.  It's just that he's better at being an egomaniac demagogue (or mob crony) than a businessman. 

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Excuse me for interrupting the name calling etc. that is not getting anyone anywhere, but found this.

The NFL does not have a rule but a policy.  So they are into semantics, too.

And have a nice day, all. 

https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/theres-no-nfl-rule-players-must-stand-anthem-theres-policy-162020168.html

 

What the NFL Game Operations Manual says about the anthem

The players do not receive the manual; policies in the manual are enforced by the teams. And the language about the anthem has not changed since 1978. (Perhaps it ought to now.)

The language in the manual is as follows: “The National Anthem must be played prior to every NFL game, and all players must be on the sideline for the National Anthem. During the playing of the National Anthem, players on the field should stand at attention, face the flag, hold helmets in their left hand, and refrain from talking. Players in the bench areas should do the same, and should line themselves up evenly along the sidelines. The home team should insure that the American Flag is in good condition. It should be pointed out to players and coaches that we continue to be judged by the public in this area of respect for the flag and our country. Failure to be on the field by the start of the National Anthem may result in discipline, such as fines, suspensions, and/or the forfeiture of draft choice(s) for violations of the above, including first offenses.”

60b46b8a160624be971a71fddad5e146 Page A62 of the NFL Game Operations Manual (Has not changed since 1978.)

What the NFL says about the anthem

The NFL publicly stated last season, when Colin Kaepernick’s protest began, that, “Players are strongly encouraged to stand for the anthem but we respect their right to observe the anthem in this way.” The league said it would not discipline any player that does not stand for the anthem. The league says that will not change.

The NFL spokesperson blames the ongoing confusion around this in part on a shift in 2009. Until 2009, players were always on the field for the national anthem for the daytime Sunday games, but  not for the primetime (Sunday Night, Monday Night, Thursday Night) games. For those games, for TV purposes, players would come out onto the field after the anthem played.
In 2009, the NFL spokesperson says, “We decided to make it consistent across all games, as it was the right thing to do.” (Some have suggested the league could end this entire controversy by returning to the old way, where players aren’t on the field for the anthem.)
Of course, regardless of what the policy says, don’t expect people to stop insisting, on social media, that there is a rule requiring players to stand. And similarly, different polls and surveys have emerged with completely contradictory findings about the public’s feelings toward the player protests. And, as with the election cycle last year, Facebook and Twitter are rife with falsehoods, exaggerations, miscommunication, and often, literal fake news from bots or trolls.
The truth about how people feel about NFL player protests is not to be found on social media.

 

 

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15 hours ago, Catfish Bob said:

First off I wasn't on the streets protesting anything. I voted 3rd party on the election like I have since I was 18. No I didn't want Obama but that is who the majority wanted so I sucked it up and kept my mouth shut. 

Honestly I was somewhat happy when he won. I thought it would put a end to a lot of this injustice crying out. Clearly I was wrong as it's only getting worse. 

I'm talking about "you" in the other side of the isle sense. 

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15 hours ago, Catfish Bob said:

Yes I do know what communism is and that was the path we were headed down. Luckily Trump seems like a real American and not a shrill for BP and Royal Dutch  Goldman  and the rest that Obama bent over backwards for.

Thanks to Clinton the bush family and Obama hard working folks like me are sitting on a 25% income tax. God forbid I get a little fucking overtime that shit gets taxed at almost 50%.  That is the seeds of communism. 

 

Taxes are not communism. 

The state owning the means of production is what communism is. 

Please educate yourself you look foolish.

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15 hours ago, Catfish Bob said:

Ahhh welcome to the new age where corporate entities run the Earth. Maybe 100 years ago you were right however things have changed.

What you are describing is not socialism or communism, it is fascism 

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That is interesting info, Harry. 

 

The one article says "up to 2009" teams playing at 1pm/4pm were "always on the sidelines before the anthem..."

 

I seem to recall, in the '80's, the teams were not introduced (coming out of the locker rooms" until after the anthem. They didn't trot little Benzoo out until after the color guard left the field, and just before the introductions. I went to so many games back then, it was sort of a fan sequential habit, that's why it comes to memory now. 

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On 9/29/2017 at 7:52 PM, Catfish Bob said:

However his actions have shown me that he really is a American for the American people.

 

Why does he want to deny them health insurance?

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