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Name: Miles Archer
Gender: Male
Hometown: Hamilton Massachusetts
Home country: USA
Current location: Nevada
Member since: Wed Oct 16, 2013, 07:49 PM
Number of posts: 7,569

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I get two scoops! It's like, this scoop ovah heah, that's a good scoop. The otha scoop's good too.

It's like women, too. Ovah heah, I got a wife, and ovah theah, I got a mistress. Both have their good qualities. It's not like one is bad and one is good, they both have their time and purpose.

It's like my favorite line in Goodfellas, when Joe Pesci's mom tells him he needs to settle down with a good woman, and he says he does, every night. I can do that because I'm famous. I don't even ask. I just move on 'em. I'm like God when he created the universe, though. On the seventh day I rest. But come Monday, it's the art of the deal.

You know that's the truth, unless you're in the fake media, because you don't tell the truth, because you're fake.

I won.

Did you know that?

I won, and not just from the electoral college. I had the biggest popular vote of any president if you don't count the 3,000,000 dead illegal immigrants who voted for Crooked Hillary..

Would you like a hot pocket? We have to heat it in the regular oven because we had all of the microwaves removed. You know, Obama. You would? Okay, that'll be $5. You pay me, then you eat.

Hey, I have a map I want you to take with you. Just look at this map. Beautiful, right? See all that red? That's my votes. There'd be more red except there were these 3,000,000 dead illegal immigrants who voted for Crooked Hillary...did you hear about that? It's TRUE. MANY people are talking about it. MANY people.

I gotta go now. They want me to read something about nazis or some other crap. They say that if I read it everyone will shut up. That's what I like, when everyone shuts up. Unless it's at one of my rallies. Then they can cheer all they want, it doesn't bother me.

When we have chicken at the White House, I get an extra dish of sauce. I have a red button I press and some stooge brings me all the Diet Cokes I want. I'm president. That's why. Gotta go. Nice talkin' to ya.

26 second Directors Cut of John Kelly looking like he's passing several kidney stones

It's at this link (I can't embed it here): http://www.rawstory.com/2017/08/watch-frustrated-john-kelly-listens-to-trump-double-down-on-both-sides-to-blame-charlottesville-claim/

Jake Tapper: What he said to begin with was what he meant

Charles Krauthammer: What Trump read from the Teleprompter was a hostage tape

"They were cha-jing with clubs, very vicious, from the other side, cha-jing with vicious clubs"

I am sending a group hug to EVERY DUer who made it through Trump's speech today, whether it was the clip I posted in Video & Multimedia, on your TV, or from some other source.

"This too shall pass." Whether it's resignation, impeachment, or the 2020 election, "This too shall pass."

Texas governor signs controversial "rape insurance" abortion coverage into law

Texas governor signs controversial ‘rape insurance’ abortion coverage into law


Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) signed a bill Tuesday afternoon, approved by the Senate over the weekend, that would prohibit all insurance companies from covering non-life threatening abortion care in standard health plans. Women, trans, and non-binary people will need to pay an additional insurance premium if they want their health plan to cover abortions performed outside medical emergencies; there will be no exceptions for instances of rape or incest. Opponents of the bill are calling it “rape insurance.”

Texas insurers will no longer include abortion in general health insurance plans — even in cases like rape, incest, or fetuses with fatal medical conditions. Abbott signed the bill with just one day left in the special session in the Texas legislature, which has been trying to pass a variety of draconian legislation over the past month.

Texas is not the first state to begin restricting insurance coverage of abortion, and it likely won’t be the last. States began ramping up restrictions in the private marketplace in 2010, when then-President Barack Obama signed the Affordable Care Act (ACA) into law. This legislative session, local legislators introduced 431 provisions that would restrict access to abortion services. (According to Guttmacher Institute, the number of abortion restrictions introduced is about on par with past years.)

Trump: Are we going to take down statues to George Washington? How about Thomas Jefferson?

Meet Skyline Church of New York's NEW "Pastor to the United Nations"...Michelle Bachmann.

Dream with me. Pray with me. Believe with me. What if a great spiritual awakening was inexplicably touched off in the United Nations in New York City? Our Intercession Team is praying / travailing intensely for that!

Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann is Skyline Church's new "pastor to the United Nations" in New York City.

With her in this picture is Stefano Gennarini of C-Fam at the United Nations. I have made five fact-finding trips to NYC to see how to establish a UN ministry. Stefano has been a huge help. He is at Skyline tomorrow, Sunday, and will explain how the United Nations operates. Come. Or livestream. (If u want info re UN ministry, email Tracy at tburger@skylinechurch.org & write "UN" in subject line.). Will u pray with me?


Michael Eric Dyson: How does an image of a train running over someone bring the country together?

The well-decorated modern nazi's office: Pepe the Frog blow-up doll, Cutty Sark, and MAGA hat

White Nationalist Calls Trump’s Denouncement Of Hate Groups ‘Kumbaya Nonsense’
“I just don’t take him seriously ... it sounded so hollow and vapid,” Richard Spencer says.

“The statement today was more Kumbaya nonsense,” Spencer said, speaking to reporters in his office and part-time home in Alexandria, Virginia. “He sounded like a Sunday school teacher. I just don’t take him seriously ... it sounded so hollow and vapid.”

Trump’s statement Monday was technically his most direct denunciation of white supremacy in the wake of violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend that left three dead and at least 35 injured. But for a president who is quick to tweet against any perceived slight, the statement arrived noticeably late ― and only after he faced bipartisan criticism for vaguely condemning violence “on many sides.”

A man who worked with Spencer and who gave a pseudonym, Reinhard, beckoned reporters upstairs to a makeshift office. The liquor cabinet was stocked with Cutty Sark whiskey and Bombay Dry Gin, the bookcase stacked with The Bell Curve: Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life, the German philosophy book Nietzsche’s Teaching: An Interpretation of Thus Spoke Zarathustra, a blow-up doll of what appeared to be Pepe the Frog (a character co-opted by white nationalists) and a “Make America great again” hat. There was also a “We the People” diversity poster propped on a windowsill.

The office appeared to be begging for respectability. At least five Spencer associates, all male, were hanging around the office, some dressed up. (A copy of Dressing the Man: The Art of Permanent Fashion sat on the coffee table.) They included Matt, who claimed to be doing an internship with Spencer but refused to give his last name because he was worried about getting fired from his other jobs. (Spencer said he pays Matt.)

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