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the Trump thread.
(2017-06-21, 11:42 AM)smokey Wrote: Saw an attack ad prior to this election stating that " Democrats applauded after the ball park shooting"  How sick is it that Republicans would stoop so low.

Yeah, there was another radio ad where they used a speech by Obama out of context where he was quoting someone else. 

This morning, CNN reported that a pro-Trump group was using former President Barack Obama’s voice out of context in a radio ad for Georgia’s special election. Obama’s spokesperson responded to the tactic, calling it “shameful” and “indefensible.”
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Great America Alliance, the pro-Trump non-profit group, manipulated Obama’s words from his autobiographical book, “Dreams From My Father.” In the quote used by the group, Obama was quoting another person, a barber, speaking about the political system in Chicago in 1983.

Shameful indefensible tactics by Republicans. Just another day at the office. 
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(2017-06-21, 10:37 AM)Cornholio Wrote:
A very disappointing night for the Democrats. I feel their pain.

No one loses like Democrats lose. They have proven completely incapable of capitalizing on Trump's unpopularity.

Might be time to rethink the old strategy.
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Strategy?
They are stumbling around like idiots right now. Torn between sticking to the old plan of taking corporate money then pretending to be anti corporation and some as yet undefined way of trying to capitalize on Bernie's socialist populism without being too socialist.
They need to decide what the hell they are going to stand for.
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Well, what do you know...there are no tapes! One day before the deadline to produce them, Trump comes clean. 
What an ass and a total embarrassment to America this President is...


Still manages to undermine his intelligence agencies and leave open the fact that someone else might.
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One criticism Divit.
In your last sentence you combined the words "his"(pronoun referring to Trump) and "intelligence".
I do understand that in this case that the word "intelligence" is modifying the noun "agencies" but if you look at the latest edition of Linguistics monthly you will see that this is now listed as an unacceptable grammatical error.
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