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  • Spunky
    Spunky replied to If you’re in a race and you pass the person in second place, what place are you in? :
    You just didn't think it out carefully enough.  You can't play the old lady card with me - I'm 78!
    • a few seconds ago
  • Spunky
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  • Spunky
    Spunky replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off-topic in another discussion. ) :
    Yes, presidents make mistakes, but the really good ones admit it, they don't try to blame it on someone else.P.S.  I don't recall ever hearing anyone refer to Trump as being empathetic or sympathetic.  The only person of importance in his orbit ...  more
    • 12 minutes ago
  • Jane S
    Jane S replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off-topic in another discussion. ) :
    Trump had a had a whole task force that he hand picked. Fauci was one person and he was not in charge. 
    Fauci didn't screw up the PPE supply chain, Fauci didn't put a trade deal with China ahead of the interests of the American people. Fauci didn't t...  more
    • 40 minutes ago
  • my2cents
    my2cents replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off-topic in another discussion. ) :
    That is the problem, he did not have the best minds in the country available to him.....he had  Fauci, an evil vile man.  Trump did not leave a mess.  Liberal Governors made a mess.  But that is not Trump's fault.  Most of my...  more
    • 1 hour ago
  • Nanoose
    Nanoose replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off-topic in another discussion. ) :
    I also think Trump has blood on his hands. And I think some of it is extra red because it has spite in it. I figure the reason Trump ignored Obama’s Pandemic action plan was because it came from the Obama administration and Trump would have none of ...  more
    • 1 hour ago
  • Jane S
    Jane S replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off -topic in another discussion. ) :
    That's odd. You post all these photos from decades ago and claim he was even portrayed in a movie as being bad. But somehow, no one brought this to Trumps attention. Odd.   I am not asking about Fauci. So far your only defense of Trump is j...  more
    • 2 hours ago
  • Jane S
    Jane S replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off -topic in another discussion. ) :
    Maybe a consistent message from a president who had the best minds in the country available to him, would have been helpful.Biden has had to clean up the mess Trump left. But the subject of this discussion is Trump's handling of the pandemic and I would a...  more
    • 3 hours ago
  • my2cents
    my2cents replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off -topic in another discussion. ) :
    Fauci has been in his position for decades.  Trump had no reason to think this man was not qualified to be one of the head people on the covid 19 task force.    This is a flaw Trump has, he trusts some people who should not be trusted. ...  more
    • 3 hours ago
  • Jane S
    Jane S replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off -topic in another discussion. ) :
    Fauci isn't running for president. If Fauci had such a bad reputation, then Trump either didn't do his due diligence or he didn't care. You can keep ranting about masks, but the real issues are much deeper than that.  You pretend it doesn't matter th...  more
    • 3 hours ago
  • my2cents
    my2cents replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off -topic in another discussion. ) :
    Biden threatened people.  Threatened their livelihoods if they refused to take an experimental vaccine.  Fired people for their refusal to be a lab rat for him. And encouraged other businesses to follow suit.   Again, another vile and ...  more
    • 3 hours ago
  • my2cents
    my2cents replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off -topic in another discussion. ) :
    This was one thing he did on his own. While Fauci was still saying we did not need to worry. March 8 2020: Dr Fauci says “There’s no reason to be walking around with a mask. When you’re in the middle of an outbreak, wearing a mask m...  more
    • 3 hours ago
  • Jane S
    Jane S replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off -topic in another discussion. ) :
    What struck me was how much more irrational he sounds now than in the clips from the pandemic. I don't know if he's playing to his base or if he is declining mentally. I can never forget the image of the refrigerator trucks being stacked with bodies ...  more
    • 4 hours ago
  • Jane S
    Jane S replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off -topic in another discussion. ) :
    Thank you. I hope voters here have as good a recollection of events as you do. In my mind, Trump has blood on his hands. 
    • 4 hours ago
  • Jane S
    Jane S replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off -topic in another discussion. ) :
    Thank you. To me, having a president who can handle a national crisis is crucial.  How would Trump have managed on 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, the Cuban missile crisis, etc.,etc. I would like this topic front and center, it won't convince his hard-core ...  more
    • 4 hours ago
  • Jane S
    Jane S replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off -topic in another discussion. ) :
    If he was listening to Fauci, why the travel ban, why telling people not to wear masks? As much as you want to blame Fauci, Fauci was not the President.  Remember posting this?Trump isn't exactly known for his reluctance to fire people. BTW, Fauci sa...  more
    • 4 hours ago
  • Shuhak
    Shuhak replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off -topic in another discussion. ) :
    Yes, it should be a topic.  It is perfectly clear that trump doesn't know how to handle anything.  he only wants power and attention.  he thinks he knows everything, but from his actions and constantly open mouth, it (again) is clear that h...  more
    • 5 hours ago
  • .
    . replied to If you’re in a race and you pass the person in second place, what place are you in? :
    OMG, I was suckered into that one...hahahahahaHAHAHAHAHA,.....HAHAHAHAHA.I'm playing the ole lady card on that one...the answer is too obvious.  
    • 5 hours ago
  • my2cents
    my2cents replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off -topic in another discussion. ) :
    Sure.  Trump did a travel ban saving countless life's (without the support of Fauci, who at the time said it was not needed and racist, also said the truth about masks at.the time...they do NOT prevent the spread of viruses and in fact make it worse....  more
    • 5 hours ago
  • Nanoose
    Nanoose replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off -topic in another discussion. ) :
    The handling of a pandemic is a matter of life or death so it should be a campaign issue. The Biden team should make adds titled – Lies and stupidity don’t control a pandemic.
    They could start the add by saying – Trump told you that Oba...  more
    • 6 hours ago
  • Spunky
    Spunky replied to Should Trump's handling of the pandemic be a campaign issue? (continuing a thread that got off -topic in another discussion. ) :
    It should be clear to anyone who's paying attention with an open mind that Trump is not capable of handling any kind of serious threat to this country whether health or terrorism.  Most everyone in his administration has said his term in office was c...  more
    • 7 hours ago
  • Spunky
    Spunky replied to Wishing you Dads a Happy Father's Day.:
    You said you only got two out of three calls.  I could have been the third if I had your number.
    • 7 hours ago
  • Spunky
    Spunky replied to If you’re in a race and you pass the person in second place, what place are you in? :
    In order to be in first place, you would have to pass the person who is in first place - not the person in second place.
    • 7 hours ago
  • Spunky
  • Jane S
    Jane S replied to Should Trump get into the greeting card business?:
    His daughter posted a Father's Day greeting as well.
    • 7 hours ago
  • .
    . replied to If you’re in a race and you pass the person in second place, what place are you in? :
    Explain yourself, I don't get it.
    • 9 hours ago
  • Jane S
    Jane S started a discussion:
    • 10 hours ago
  • Chief Ten Beers
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  • my2cents
    my2cents replied to Are you okay with funding Urkaine war for 10 yrs?:
    Lol. So you blame Trump for Obama letting the PPE supply be depleted?  That is truly funny. And the inadequate BORDER SHUTDOWN???? That is LMAO funny.  The border was the most secure it has been in my lifetime and possibly yours.  &nbs...  more
    • June 16
  • Nanoose
    Nanoose replied to Should Trump get into the greeting card business?:
    Roses are red and violets are blue – I cheated on my wife with a porn star and she spanked me with a rolled up magazine too.
     
     
    Cheers!
    • June 16
  • Nanoose
    Nanoose started a discussion:
    • June 16
  • Element 99
    Element 99 replied to Is complacency the enemy of the elderly?:
    No...it is our friend.
    • June 16
  • Element 99
  • Element 99
    Element 99 replied to Wishing you Dads a Happy Father's Day.:
    Why would you want it?
    • June 16
  • Spunky
    Spunky replied to What are your top three requirements concerning sandwiches? (Grrrrrrrrr.):
    Soft 12 grain bread with some kind of condiment spread on it and protein in the middle.  
    • June 16
  • Spunky
    Spunky replied to Wishing you Dads a Happy Father's Day.:
    I don't have your phone number.
    • June 16
  • my2cents
    my2cents replied to Wishing you Dads a Happy Father's Day.:
    A prayer for all Fathers: 
    Heavenly Father, We come before you today with hearts full of gratitude and love as we celebrate Father’s Day. First and foremost, we thank you, our Almighty Father, for Your unending love, grace, and guidance. U are ...  more
    • June 16
  • my2cents
  • my2cents
    my2cents replied to Are you okay with funding Urkaine war for 10 yrs?:
    Presidents are not in charge of states....Governors are. President's can suggest (and have great power in their suggestions) But it was the Governors who decided where to put covid patients. And Governors who decided whether or not to lock down their stat...  more
    • June 16
  • CosmicWunderkind
  • Element 99
  • Element 99
    Element 99 replied to What are your top three requirements concerning sandwiches? (Grrrrrrrrr.):
    Two slices of some kind of bread. (Not white) Some kind of meat and cheese between the bread slices. Miracle Whip.
    • June 16
  • Element 99
    Element 99 replied to Wishing you Dads a Happy Father's Day.:
    Thanks. Got two out of three phone calls so far.
    • June 16
  • Nanoose
    Nanoose replied to Wishing you Dads a Happy Father's Day.:
    Yesterday I went over to my oldest sons house for a Fathers day BBQ. It was pretty tasty but what I enjoyed the most was watching my Grandson starting to think that girls don’t have cooties. (3 new girls his age moved into his hood). Cheers!
    • June 16
  • .
    . replied to Have you ever needed protection from someone?:
    Rock on sista! lol
    • June 16
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  • my2cents
    my2cents replied to What are your top three requirements concerning sandwiches? (Grrrrrrrrr.):
    Protein source (meat or peanut butter)Bread at least 2 piecesNo veggies
    • June 16