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Forum Post: GOP agenda

Posted 2 months ago on March 13, 2019, 1:58 p.m. EST by agkaiser (2290) from Fredericksburg, TX
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The GOP agenda hasn't changed significantly since the 1950s resurgence of the policies of John C. Calhoun in response to the New Deal and Brown v Board. Fascists, racists, homophobes and xenophobes are the only animals that sympathize with states' rights corporatist tyranny.



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[-] 2 points by agkaiser (2290) from Fredericksburg, TX 2 months ago

Conservatives' self destructive greed and stupidity are a threat to the survival of the human race!

[-] 0 points by grapes (5232) 2 months ago

When regulators have been captured by surrogate corporate greed, terrible things happen to the ones (pilots [and their passengers who trust them with their lives]) who fear.

There may be bad thing such as the probable lack of flight-testing with erroneous sensor data fed to the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) which may surprise pilots if it suddenly overrides commands from the pilots who were not informed or retrained:

According to The New York Times, when Boeing first rolled out the 737 Max 8, the 
Federal Aviation Administration determined there were not enough differences between 
the new model and the prior iteration of 737 to require pilots to go through simulator 
training — a decision that saved the airlines time and money, and made Boeing's new 
plane more competitive. That means, however, pilots remained unfamiliar with the 
MCAS system, even though it plays a key role in controlling the plane under certain 
circumstances. And even though the system could be influenced by a faulty sensor 
reading, The New York Times reports "there is no evidence that Boeing did flight-testing 
of MCAS with erroneous sensor data, and it is not clear whether the FAA did so."


Maybe we'll get a wall built around the White House.


We'll see whether the Congress will cede its own power to the Executive branch to create a far more centralized dictatorial government. Israel should know much about my Warren-Buffett-MBA-style-Fook-of-the-Doomb underwear which could have facilitated my run for my eternal life. Yeah, Wharton was more than just "a name." A birdie wants to be "cool." A future message to the Congress may be, "The Commander-in-Chief has ordered the Congress be dissolved." "When?" "Immediately!"

Please remind Russia that it must get visas from China before trying to land on the Moon to verify that the U.S.A. had illegally landed its astronauts there in the 1960s and 1970s without visas. China needs Trump to give it money to build a shell around the Moon for better border control against oxtail soup. Did Trump include that money in his budget for the new game?

We do need to secure our own borders better, too. It's not a national emergency. If it were, it would have been done in the first two years of the Trump administration, earlier than the trillions of dollars of tax cut to give money to the wealthy people (also the trillions of dollars of annual budget deficit as far as the eyes can see is apparently not a national emergency, either, the priority being put on enriching the wealthy people more first.)

I dislike the untraceability in our country where the crimes committed by the illegal aliens are unsolved or even blocked by sanctuary authorities. Census question about citizenship is unnecessary because census data are collected for providing better governance. I just don't see how an area with fewer U.S. citizens need less water or sewage service. The ancient Romans counted heads (e.g., for computing gross domestic product per capita) so we the Americans should just count the number of anuses (e.g., for computing gross domestic product per anum) because we model our public buildings in neoclassical style 》After《 the ancient Romans'. I doubt very much that a wall would make sense because it is a top-down idea; a bottom-up approach backed up by CBP's experience should make more sense. The need of shoring up our borders comes from recognizing that there are irreconcilable differences between different peoples and their values, the disregard of which leading to conflicts and wars. Segregation into infection-containment wards makes sense to avoid contagion. It's better to live apart (of course, we mustn't allow the usurpers to use this for their retaining power indefinitely by suppressing the right to tougher free speech or attacking journalists [we should back the journalists with our big guns; overwhelming violence does dissolve disagreements for a while at least; don't lose sight of that BIG button -- we'll find out who isn't wearing underwear when we rip away "the grass skirt"]; due to population and cultural drifts, regime change is necessary at times, preferably effected peacefully and domestically with neighbors' helping to corral the tumbling regime for a smoother transition to the new equilibrium) in peace than to live together in a war. U.S. tourists should stay away from the shitholes. "Negotiating in bad faith is a capital offense." Censorship in the Laconia... incident much escalated Battle of the Atlantic. Much of the World will survive a regional nuclear war. Spring is coming. Finish the gore.

All U.S. Nationals who don't want to be caught up should come home for dispersal unless you can find better places to hide away (language, cultural compatibility, and climate are important considerations.) In the Medieval Age, the civilians withdrew behind the moat into a castle despite their being concentrated to be attacked by the enemy. Living with the gunowners should be considered. The U.S.A. has some of the World's greatest oceans as its moat. Its livable cities and towns are also widely dispersed throughout the huge continental-size land mass. Some will be destroyed for sure but chances are that most of those who hide in them will survive to a time when the enemy's homeland becomes yet another Afghanistan or Iraq. Stare and prepare.

In the video, YouTube Commentator Joe Aga asked, "why do we keep getting composites and cgi? Don't we have thousands of satellites, and 2016 technology? Just show us some raw footage from a distance that shows the earth. Not too much to ask for the budget we have given to nasa all these years." Red China's pollution of outerspace by killing a weather satellite littered much debris to spawn huge number of satellites in one single shot. Space near Earth should literally have at least tens of thousands of hyperspeed "bullets/bombs" flying around.

Study Space-X's space launching capabilities' limitations before formulating war tactics. Think about why we are still buying Russian. Russia though of far less economic power than the former Soviet Union, inherited its heavy-lift rocket capability still unmatched by Space-X and X's rival (in mass-delivered-to-suborbital-or-orbital-flight) in the DPRK. The Kremlin Palace @0:29 looks like a gingerbread house on which the Auschwitz concentration camps might have been modelled (with its mounds of gold teeth extracted from the dead prisoners.)

Did Ivanka Trump @1:23 join the Russian (why not Red China's?) Armed Forces? Russian soldiers' heads turn like mating-dancing flamingoes'. With goosestepping, they impressed me as being land-avians.

Yeah, I have stories about the land-avians. In Autumn, on the shore of a pond, one huge Canadian (or was it really a Russian gander, ¿Cambridge Analytica? masquerading as our feindlich neighbor to the north? What's the largest land-based predator in the World?) gander that was both taller and much fatter than my kid who was at first feeding many of his harem geese (surely it's for the same reason why the Muslim martyrs aspire to so many virgins in paradise: "if I be a gander, would you be my goose? Valar morghulis. Valar dohaeris.") wobbly waddled in, edging them out, to get the gander's share. We ended feeding him when he started coming after my kid who had run out of bread (there were only bread crumbs left in the transparent plastic bag but the gander didn't seem to get it quickly that the bread was gone.) On another occasion, a land-avian pecked at but missed my kid's lush batting eyelash probably mistaking it to be a good and tasty caterpillar. I think that the land-avians all need to wear eyeglasses. The paleontogists and biologists are likely correct that the land-avians had descended from the dinosaurs. In these days, we eat them.

Hmm, how did they keep their sperm viable in such high bodily temperatures? I didn't seem to have ever eaten their external testicles. I'm not worrying about getting fat as some woman who was apparently concerned about the caloric content of a typical man's ejaculate. How many ejaculates did she swallow in a day to start worrying about getting fat from them? Generally, sexual activity burns calories at a rather high rate so in a typical session lasting ten, twenty minutes, or more, one tends to lose some fat unless one consumes more than one man's ejaculates. It's not like men are fully armed revolvers. Men are more like one-shot orange-tipped pootinium-shielded Russian roulettes: "Hands off - this is a stickup!"

[-] -1 points by BrentWeirick81 (-84) 1 month ago

Jobs. Pretty simple.

[-] 2 points by factsrfun (8213) from Phoenix, AZ 1 month ago

yes it is a conservative core principle that the purpose of most humanity is to work in service of making the few rich...

[-] -1 points by BrentWeirick81 (-84) 5 hours ago

You believe in not working and being productive? Sloth?

[-] 2 points by agkaiser (2290) from Fredericksburg, TX 1 month ago

Jobs. Pretty simple

Simple as the minds that believe the Orwellian labor statistics since 1984!

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (33714) from Coon Rapids, MN 1 month ago

Simple as the minds

& He seems pretty simpleminded.

[-] 1 points by agkaiser (2290) from Fredericksburg, TX 1 month ago

Trumpzania has a lot of that!

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (33714) from Coon Rapids, MN 1 month ago

Trumpzania has a lot of that!

As well as Turkeys who continuously vote for Thanksgiving.

[-] 0 points by BrentWeirick81 (-84) 5 hours ago

Oooh, got me there.

[-] 0 points by BrentWeirick81 (-84) 5 hours ago

So we should not believe any data as well?