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jimmydugan503 36 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 27, 2016 5:35 PM Member since: Oct 12, 2009
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  • jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jun 27, 2016 5:35 PM Flag

    "It is a good thing that Trump is losing pretty bad" [sic]

    Go ahead ...keep believing everything you read..especially BLS reports.....Do you think that the MSM would report a a poll where Trump is winning heavily? Neither do I..But you keep on believing and come November you may get sheered. Trump in a landslide if some crazy left wing whacko doesn't kill him first...I know that is what you morons are hoping for...

    There are 220 million working age people in the U.S. There are 94 million working age people in the U.S. that are not working.... and unemployment is 4.7%?...do the math if you can....But the Bureau of Lies and Scams is always right, right?

  • jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jun 27, 2016 3:55 PM Flag

    According to the latest figures available (2014), Egyptians, Moroccans, Somalis, Singaporeans Hong Kongers and New Guineans do not even rank in the top twenty groups of foreign born citizens. Only Indians and South Africans rank in the top twenty of the nationalities that you listed.

    I realize that you far left statists are working diligently to paint the outcome of this vote as the result of vicious right wing hatred, bigotry and racism. What else can you do? Too bad that it was more about opening up trade, not answering to unelected officials, maintaining sovereignty, controlling one's own destiny and escaping the growing tyranny of crony capitalist, elitest one-percenters that have their eyes on one world government, one currency, one judicial system and the equal sharing of misery by all - except them. Don't worry, you didn't lose the game - yet - it's just one inning.

  • jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jun 26, 2016 4:09 PM Flag

    It won't matter, Sparky. The Brits don't need the EU - certainly not for trading. Of the Brits' top ten trading partners, the EU has trade agreements with only two of them. You do know that the trade agreement that the EU negotiated with Canada took nine years to finalize...heck, that's reason enough to vamoose if you want to increase trade. Dollar-wise, the Swiss, Singapore, S. Korea and even Chile have more trade than the EU. As I said before, they are masters of protectionism. The fact is that if you are trying to avoid trade deals then the EU is where you should be.

    I know, I feel your pain, You, your lefty brethren and Obama lost out here and you are still stomping your feet, trying to get a new vote, thinking of ways to retaliate against those that just couldn't see the genius of your NWO, open borders, one world socialist government experiment. You have a desire to inflict pain of any sort that you can on those that are too blind to see your glowing utopian visions.

    Take it like a man, or any other gender. Go crawling back to your safe spaces and weep and moan about how this is all wrong, and it's not fair, and that you are hurting. Go scheme, plan and figure out ways to get back at those Obama would call your "enemies." It would be hilarious to listen to you whining little bitchezzzzz if you had won the referendum and the right was acting like you are now.....

  • jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jun 25, 2016 4:19 PM Flag

    While we're at it, let's talk about another European country that told the EU to pack sand - Switzerland. Switzerland is one of the world's most prosperous countries. It exports 5 times as much as the EU, has an unemployment rate lower than any EU country, has a debt to GDP ratio lower than any EU country, has a GDP per head that is twice the EU, has wages that are twice as high as the EU and has one of the best income equality rates worldwide. In short, Switzerland is highly successful because they are not in the EU. It is a bottom-up control country as opposed to the EU's top-down style. The Swiss PM can not set a referendum. It must be done by the people starting with a mere 50,000 signatures per issue. Politicians are forced to listen to the people unlike the EU.

    The EU Parliament can not initiate, repeal or propose a law. It is the only parliament that is totally useless and benign. All legislation begins and ends with the European Commission which is comprised of un-elected officials that legislate in secret, and thus has power without accountability.. Yeah, that right there is worth hanging around for. (sarc off) There are over 10,000 EU officials that have a larger salary than David Cameron. They are elitist pigs that have bought off all NGOs and charities. They give back to members only a small pittance of what they steal from them. The EU is an elitist racket. The Brits will be better off in the long run, perhaps they will look more like Switzerland. It won't happen overnight, but at least they will be in a position to control their own destiny and will not have to answer to those in Brussels that don't give a fat rat's butt about British culture or sovereignty.

  • jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jun 25, 2016 3:58 PM Flag

    "They will also discover that this idea that they can enjoy all of the trading privileges of EU membership without all those unpleasant responsibilities is incredibly stupid....."

    Is that so? Sounds incredibly stupid to me that you would write that. What trading privileges? The EU has no trade agreements with the U.S., China, Russia, or India. Granted, one does not need a trade deal to trade with a country, but the EU is as protectionist as they can be, yet they try to portray themselves as free traders. Tariffs, quotas and complex regulations are the order of business when it comes to EU trade. Witness their famous "wine lakes and butter mountains." The Brits will do well to extricate themselves from beneath the umbrella of EU protectionism. Being an EU member has cut Britain out of much of the world's markets. Shoot, being part of the EU has destroyed the British fishing industry as they are not allowed to fish in many of their own waters, and the EU pays fishermen to destroy their boats. In short, keep in mind that while you shake your EU pom poms you are cheering on crony capitalism and protectionism.

    The Brits voted against central direction, top-down control by un-elected officials, growth rates that are behind much of the world, ridiculous debt to GDP percentages, heavy unemployment, further bread and circuses, and economic decline. I know, Barry preached to them and told them how to think and how to vote, and the fools didn't listen to the moron. He actually gave fuel to the "LEAVE" faction with his statist-globalist idiocracy per MP Mensch and Farage.

    The EU has done nothing positive for Britain. It has simply burdened them, destroyed their sovereignty and choked them economically. The Brits have thumbed their nose at statists such as yourself that believe that they should control and order around the common man. That they are elite and thus should direct the lives of the little people - that the Brits are too stupid to run their own country.

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    Just Curious....

    by jimmydugan503 Jun 14, 2016 4:06 PM
    jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jun 14, 2016 9:22 PM Flag

    I have him figured for a Red Ryder.....

  • jimmydugan503 by jimmydugan503 Jun 14, 2016 4:06 PM Flag

    How many of you left-wing Obama sucktooths on this site own a gun? Talavoy, you start big dog. What kind of gun do you have? Do you have concealed carry? Maybe I should first ask if any of you Hillary acolytes have even ever fired a gun.

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    Obama lets the U.S. taxpayer fund...

    by jimmydugan503 Jun 9, 2016 3:44 PM
    jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jun 10, 2016 2:25 PM Flag

    We sent them a bill for $19.79, but they never paid it.

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    Obama lets the U.S. taxpayer fund...

    by jimmydugan503 Jun 9, 2016 3:44 PM
    jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jun 10, 2016 9:37 AM Flag

    No, it was not part of the sanctions. $400 million was from a trust fund comprised of money that Iran, under the government of Shah Mohammad Rezi Pahlavi, paid for arms prior to the 1979 revolution. Those sales were cut off after revolutionaries took over the U.S. Embassy and held the staff hostage for 444 days. The remaining 1.3 billion is 36 years worth of interest on the 400 M that Obama and Valerie wanted to give to Iran - I suppose as a reward for taking out embassy and holding our people hostage.

  • Iran's military. Sure enough. As a condition of Dear Leader's Legacy Nuclear Deal, and a prisoner swap, the U.S. Treasury transferred 1.7 billion dollars to Iran's Central Bank last January. Iran's Guardian Council approved the government's 2017 budget that instructed Iran's Central Bank to transfer the 1.7 billion to Iran's military.

    Thanks Barry and Valerie. So we get to fund Iran's military as well as Israel's and Egypt's too. That Barry, he sure is dedicated to equal opportunity no matter what it costs U.S. taxpayers. Besides, Iran is our buddy now. They'd never make weapons to kill Americans, right? And, gee whiz, I'm sure Bush must have given the Ayatollah many billions more, and if he did not then Cheney must have.

    Yeah, it's a legacy deal. A legacy of anti-Americanism.

  • jimmydugan503 by jimmydugan503 Jun 6, 2016 6:05 PM Flag

    Hillary Clinton gave a speech on income inequality yesterday while wearing a $12,495.00 Giorgio Armani jacket. Good to see she got rid of the rags she had been wearing since she left the White House dead broke.

    So, the Lois Lerner, slash, IRS kerfuffle, was just a right wing conspiracy, and the Treasury Dept. proved that when they said that only 298 groups applying for non-profit status that were conservative were targeted for double secret scrutiny, but now the truth emerges, and the figure is more like 426 conservative groups, and throughout the IRS's sunshine approach, John Kochstowsein (Koskinen) has steadfastly stonewalled Congress's investigation. Now, that's good news for the Progressive, Cultural Marxist, neo-fascists-goose-stepping in rhythm to the Clinton Crime Cyndicate Crowd. Good news indeed.

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    Hillary's Poll Numbers.....

    by jimmydugan503 Jun 1, 2016 4:03 PM
    jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jun 2, 2016 3:30 PM Flag

    Yes, she could. BTW, I think that it shows incredible insensitivity on your part using a racisss screen name. You do realize that you are guilty of committing a microagression, and further, you have the nerve to committ said microaggression within the confines of these left-winger's safe space for goodness sake. Trust me, it won't be long before they start complaining that your screen name has traumatized, brutalized and brought pain to them. They are hurting due to your callous action. Perhaps, before using that name you should have issued a trigger warning for all the SJWs and special snowflakes herein.

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    Hillary's Poll Numbers.....

    by jimmydugan503 Jun 1, 2016 4:03 PM
    jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jun 2, 2016 2:11 PM Flag

    "We came. We saw. He died," she continued laughing her butt off. She and her ilk were particularly happy about the way that Gaddafi died, not the fact that he died. That is some kind of sick, yet left wingers don't care, they'll be happy to put another neocon war criminal in the White House - another reckless, foreign regime-destroying, money-grubbing, war lover that would make G.W. look like an altar boy.....

  • jimmydugan503 by jimmydugan503 Jun 1, 2016 4:03 PM Flag

    are dropping faster than Bill's pants in the Oval Office. It is now plainly obvious that after Saudi Arabia, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain, Algeria, Oman and Morocco all made donations to the Clinton Foundation they were all rewarded with arms deals. She then sold 20% of America's Uranium deposits, ultimately to Russia, in exchange for a 2.35 million dollars in four separate donations to the Clinton Foundation. The Clintons did not disclose those four donations after promising Obama they would declare all donations from foreign countries. So, the question is : How much of, or just what parts of America, would she sell in return for donations to the Clinton Slush Fund if she became president? She'd probably sell Alaska for a billion.

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    In a shocking development.....

    by jimmydugan503 May 9, 2016 4:29 PM
    jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 May 17, 2016 5:34 PM Flag

    So, let me get this straight. Ben Rhodes laughs and brags about how he and Obama duped the American public on the Iran deal in an interview with the New York Times Magazine. But, when Congress wants to question Rhodes about the deal, then he and Obama make water in their pants like little babies, and claim executive privilege. Par for the course for the "most transparent administration ever." Rhodes should go back to writing books for children, Obama too for that matter. Benny Rhodes do a dance, listen to him squishin' in his pants.....Yep, the Percy Wetmore of advisors....

  • Barry and Hillary's failed Libyan war ("We came, We saw, He died ahahahahah") has created a power vacuum that is totally unstable. The wannabe powers that be in Libya are so despicable that they make Ghaddafi look like Ghandi.

    Now Barry and Kerry have agreed to ship arms to the UN government of Fayez al-Sarraj not to spread democracy or to improve human rights. No, according to Kerry : "“It is the only way to ensure that vital institutions such as the central bank and the national oil company, that they fall under representative and acknowledged authority.” Let's be honest the jingoistic neocons running this administration are focusing on money and oil - things that are more important to them than spreading democracy and helping the poverty stricken Christians that are being slaughtered by jihadists. Why, if I didn't know any better I might believe that right wingers are really running the show, but then I remember that our Nobel Peace Prize winning president who has been at war longer than any other American president is really just a cultural Marxist hell bent on fundamentally transforming America into a third world excrement hole.

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    Wow.......Hillary and Bill Clinton....

    by jimmydugan503 May 13, 2016 2:52 PM
    jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 May 14, 2016 11:17 AM Flag

    Well, darn the bad luck or maybe it's just another nasty Weepublican smear job, but it turns out that Willie Clinton has taken more than 11 trips on his good friend's Boeing 727. Convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who is a close friend of Willie has actually had him on his plane for 26 trips. The plane named "The Lolita Express" has beds for group sex. Epstein has employees that find 12-16 year girls for him and his friends to frolic with on the Lolita. Willie has allegedly done some frolicking himself aboard the Lolita. And the cultural Marxists wish to see him back in the White House once more I suppose because his dalliances in the past call for more. They just didn't get enough last time. That and the left is pushing an agenda that will lead to the legalization of pedophilia..Sick sick sick.....

  • have sucked in over 130 million dollars for the Clinton Foundation from Middle Eastern leaders, royalty, foundations and four Saudi billionaires perfecting the art of selling favors and access at the same time.

    130 million all from Muslim nations that have abysmal human rights records, that kill gays and mutilate vajayjays and are routing anyone or anything that gets in the way of their cultural "War on Women." Hillary's selling of influence to increase her own private wealth is part of the FBI investigation and could very well be the straw that broke the witch's back. How hypocritical can this old hag be to accept millions of dollars from people that stone to death and sexually mutilate women? Perhaps Hillary, with her damaged frontal lobe, temporarily forgot about the ongoing War on Women. I'm certain it was just a memory lapse nothing disingenuous - no never.

    Now, I know. This pales in comparison to what George Bush and Cheney did, and given their transgressions it makes it perfectly morally acceptable for Hillary even though she did toss her hat in with GW and vote for the Iraq war. When it comes to the actions of our Federal Government two wrongs always make a right especially for the Cultural Marxists who keep a tally just for that reason.

  • jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 May 12, 2016 2:46 PM Flag

    The consternation, wailing, hand wringing and gnashing of teeth amongst tards will be a pleasure to watch. But, when reality sets in, well, tards will be tards and the looting will begin. They will roam inner city streets in gangs looking for Trump supporters to beat up, and flat screens to steal. They're gonna need a lot more room to destroy......

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    In a shocking development.....

    by jimmydugan503 May 9, 2016 4:29 PM
    jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 May 11, 2016 12:18 PM Flag

    Over the weekend, New York Times Magazine ran a profile of Ben Rhodes, President Obama’s deputy national security adviser for strategic communications. Amidst the biographical details about his life and work came the revelation from Rhodes himself that the Iran deal was misleadingly framed to deceive the American people into accepting it.

    Rhodes openly acknowledges manipulating the press by positioning “arms-control experts” in think tanks who were then fed what to say to the journalists Rhodes sent their way. This created what he calls an “echo chamber.” He admits the administration pulled the wool over the eyes of the American people and media to seal the deal. He even smugly describes how this deception campaign drove opponents of the Iran deal wild with frustration.

    Rhodes created a narrative that the Iran nuclear deal was pursued only once Iranians had elected a moderate president, Hassan Rouhani, whom President Obama felt would be a good negotiating partner. The truth, it turns out, is that Obama had the deal in mind from the beginning of his presidency. He just had to wait for the right narrative arc to present itself. It was, from the start, the lynchpin in his plan for America’s eventual disengagement from the Middle East, something Rhodes and Obama feel passionately about. The Iran deal was always going to happen, because Obama’s vision of his own foreign policy legacy required it. ~M.G.Oprea "Ben Rhodes Proves Obama is About Story-Telling - Not Accomplishments 5-10-16

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