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So not all bad,

 

" Trump has broken a 39-year-old streak of American Presidents either starting a war or bringing the United States into an international armed conflict. The last president to avoid doing so was Peace Prize laureate Jimmy Carter."

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8713415/Donald-Trump-nominated-2021-Nobel-Peace-Prize.html

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37 minutes ago, retep said:

So not all bad,

 

" Trump has broken a 39-year-old streak of American Presidents either starting a war or bringing the United States into an international armed conflict. The last president to avoid doing so was Peace Prize laureate Jimmy Carter."

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8713415/Donald-Trump-nominated-2021-Nobel-Peace-Prize.html

And he’s being nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. That’ll upset some of the gob foamers.

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59 minutes ago, retep said:

So not all bad,

 

" Trump has broken a 39-year-old streak of American Presidents either starting a war or bringing the United States into an international armed conflict. The last president to avoid doing so was Peace Prize laureate Jimmy Carter."

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8713415/Donald-Trump-nominated-2021-Nobel-Peace-Prize.html

...and yet, has managed to drop more bombs than both Obama and Bush combined, while removing accountability so you don't get to read about it :?

 

21 minutes ago, Delayed said:

And he’s being nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. That’ll upset some of the gob foamers.

LOL, Tybring-Gjedde nominated him in 2019 too :?

 

Given the genuine reality of Trumps "peace" efforts, what do you think his chances are? :hihi:

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11 minutes ago, Magilla said:

...and yet, has managed to drop more bombs than both Obama and Bush combined, while removing accountability so you don't get to read about it :?

 

LOL, Tybring-Gjedde nominated him in 2019 too :?

 

Given the genuine reality of Trumps "peace" efforts, what do you think his chances are? :hihi:

Honestly couldn't care less. Him being nominated or potentially winning won't impact my life whatsoever

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4 minutes ago, Delayed said:

Honestly couldn't care less. Him being nominated or potentially winning won't impact my life whatsoever

That sounds a little.... foamy :thumbsup:

 

I didn't ask if you cared... :rolleyes:

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7 minutes ago, Magilla said:

That sounds a little.... foamy :thumbsup:

 

I didn't ask if you cared... :rolleyes:

it’s not foamy.

 

You asked me what his chances of winning are and I responded that I don’t have an opinion due to a lack of caring.

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A big part of me absolutely loves that he's president. 

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1 hour ago, Moistened said:

A big part of me absolutely loves that he's president. 

The brain makes up about 2 % of body mass so you are probably correct

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In the latest episode of "Republicans Don't Listen to the Lyrics", Trump plays Fortunate Son at a rally.

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President Trump walked off Air Force One in Michigan on Thursday night (Sept. 10) to the strains of Creedence Clearwater Revival's legendary anti draft-dodger anthem "Fortunate Son" and the internet had a lot of thoughts.

 

Trump, who famously received five deferments at the height of the Vietnam War -- four for education, a fifth for what has been described as "bone spurs" in his feet -- boomed the song out as hundreds of supporters, mostly unmasked, awaited his arrival.

 

The 1969 protest song, written by CCR's John Fogerty, addresses the class divide in America during the Vietnam War, with lyrics that take on a "millionaire's son" born with a "silver spoon in hand" that allows him to avoid getting drafted into military service while others without means are sent off to die.

No prizes for guessing whether they'd got approval for playing the song.

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On 09/09/2020 at 12:13, Magilla said:

...and yet, has managed to drop more bombs than both Obama and Bush combined, while removing accountability so you don't get to read about it :?

 

LOL, Tybring-Gjedde nominated him in 2019 too :?

 

Given the genuine reality of Trumps "peace" efforts, what do you think his chances are? :hihi:

Considering his achievements as a president, more to the point as a businessman/celebrity who somehow managed to push his way to the number 1 spot in America. I'd say you have to hand it to the man. 

 

I think the odds were upwards of about 80/1 for him winning the prize, I would imagine when he announced his presidency campaign they were significantly higher. 

 

The way his opponents and doubters have reacted for 4 full years is a truly embarrassing display, far more embarrassing than anything he has ever said or done in his entire career - and that is saying something.

 

At least Biden has Cardi B in his corner this year... 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 11/09/2020 at 22:31, Tomm06 said:

Considering his achievements as a president

By virtually every measurable metric, like bills proposed, bills signed,  jobs created, the economy, GDP growth highs, the national debt, or time golfing... previous presidents achievements are significantly higher...

 

...except for the golfing :thumbsup:

 

There have been some good things, he got US dead back from N.Korea for example, but they're few and far between... and generally overshadowed by his latest gaff.

 

Incidentally, that N.Korea initiative was halted in 2019, when Trump finally realised he was being played like a fiddle :?

 

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more to the point as a businessman/celebrity who somehow managed to push his way to the number 1 spot in America. I'd say you have to hand it to the man. 

If only they weren't perpetually upended by bankruptcy, fraud and grift :?

 

Bankruptcies, I guess, could be classed as a business risk... but defrauding children's cancer charities really isn't something to celebrate!

 

Props for getting the presidency tho :thumbsup:

 

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I think the odds were upwards of about 80/1 for him winning the prize, I would imagine when he announced his presidency campaign they were significantly higher. 

Sadly for Trump, the committee is obliged take into account his wider record.

 

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The way his opponents and doubters have reacted for 4 full years is a truly embarrassing display

Trump hasn't had it any worse than Obama, or Bush before him.

 

In both cases Trump himself was the protagonist for many of those attacks, so he of all people really doesn't have any cause to complain.

 

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far more embarrassing than anything he has ever said or done in his entire career - and that is saying something.

Oh I dunno:

 

"I have people that have been studying [Obama's birth certificate] and they cannot believe what they're finding ..."

 

That was pretty embarrassing, as were Trumps shrieks and conspiracy theories when that birth certificate was shown and verified!

 

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At least Biden has Cardi B in his corner this year...

...is that better or worse than Kid Rock? :thumbsup:

 

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