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Hamilton Saint

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  1. Reminds me of a joke I heard on The Frost Report on TV in the late 1960s: "Somebody broke into the Kremlin last week and stole next year's election results."
  2. Yes, when they have microphones strategically placed all around the pitch!
  3. I was 13 yrs old when Saints were promoted to the First Division and England won the World Cup. What a year! R.I.P. Nobby Stiles.
  4. This just in: " ... a wrinkle in this time-honored process — the peace prize was first awarded in 1901 — emerged on Tuesday, when the committee announced that it had uncovered what appeared to be a forged nomination of President Trump for the prize. The matter has been referred to the Oslo police for investigation." https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/28/world/europe/nobel-peace-prize-trump-fake-nomination.html?smid=fb-share&fbclid=IwAR15wEP-YpotmO8zhgZEpx6p1Td9W7CS7-xycXTA3jRisv2ZHIFGPyC1ATE
  5. Perhaps Trump could bring these "tremendous efforts" in brokering peace to the domestic situation in the United States--instead of inciting violence and fomenting conflict.
  6. A poem by Donald Trump [actually it's verbatim from a speech of his last December] I never understood wind. You know, I know windmills very much. I have studied it better than anybody else. It’s very expensive. They are made in China and Germany mostly. —Very few made here, almost none, but they are manufactured, tremendous —if you are into this— tremendous fumes. Gases are spewing into the atmosphere. You know we have a world right? So the world is tiny compared to the universe. So tremendous, tremendous amount of fumes and everything. You talk about the carbon foo
  7. The rain makes the bone spurs in his feet ache.
  8. That paragraph of JakanorySFC—as he clearly wrote—was a description of Trump's "base". It was not a statement about "the average US voter".
  9. ... could instead of couldn't; should instead of shouldn't. Let's call the whole thing off.
  10. "Don't listen to the polls ...". https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/jul/01/donald-trump-polls-popularity-approval-rating
  11. The problem is a wide-spread inability to think critically and express a philosophically-coherent position. As the American political columnist George Will opined, a while back, President Trump is unable to communicate in syntactically correct sentences. Trump is unable, essentially, to engage in sequential thought. This makes it very difficult for his supporters and apologists to back Trump's "policies", because they are incoherent, indecisive, often self-contradictory and illogical, and do not flow from a recognizably authentic philosophical position. How do you engage in dialogue with peopl
  12. That's an interesting article and it's hard to argue against its main point. This statement at the end really resonates: "In many ways anti-anti-Trumpism mirrors Donald Trump himself, because at its core there are no fixed values, no respect for constitutional government or ideas of personal character, only a free-floating nihilism cloaked in insult, mockery and bombast."
  13. Thatcher & Pinochet Blair & Gaddafi Nixon & Mao Thatcher & Shah of Iran Rumsfeld & Saddam Hussein etc., etc.
  14. Your point is ... what exactly is your point?
  15. I didn't "equate" Trump to Hitler. I parodied your OP in a satirical manner. The jest wasn't aimed at Trump; it was aimed at you. HTH
  16. Thatcher & Pinochet Blair & Gaddafi Nixon & Mao Thatcher & Shah of Iran Rumsfeld & Saddam Hussein etc., etc. [btw, Castro was a "remarkable man"]
  17. All the politicians, millionaire liberal "luvvies", middle class European sheep and most of the rest, were wrong about Hitler. I liked him when I first read "Mein Kampf" back in 1925. Anyone that rubs politicians up the wrong way and is well on the way to achieving world dominion, fair treatment for German workers and jobs for non-semites is OK by me. It just shows what a successful demagogue can do, compared to a serious politician. I look forward to the Nuremberg Rallies.
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