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2017-09-26 06:01:35 PM  
Don't let the door hit you in your ample ass on the way out, Lord Dampnut.
 
2017-09-26 06:09:54 PM  
"Many people have died ..."

But not many have gotten deferments for bone spurs to keep their ass out of the military.  Little Lord Fauntleroy now feels such a deep and abiding devotion to the flag, because he's so sure that's what soldiers in war are ready to give up their lives for.  Speaking from the perspective of a veteran who spent two tours in Vietnam, Trump is so woefully out of his depth when it comes to speaking for veterans and what soldiers go through in the military and what they're willing to sacrifice that it's pathetic to see him preening and pronouncing on the values of patriotism, duty and devotion to anything greater than himself.
 
2017-09-26 06:40:48 PM  
"Murdered" subby?

Are you referring to some people who, in violation of the law and/or the commission of a crime, disobeyed direct orders from a law enforcement officer and suffered the inevitable consequences?

No one deserves to die before trial, but there is such a thing as felony stupid.
 
2017-09-26 06:45:34 PM  

fernt: No one deserves to die before trial, but there is such a thing as felony stupid.


A wise man once said everything before "but" is meaningless.
 
2017-09-26 06:56:35 PM  

GardenWeasel: fernt: No one deserves to die before trial, but there is such a thing as felony stupid.

A wise man once said everything before "but" is meaningless.


And after, in this case.
 
2017-09-26 07:08:36 PM  

fernt: "Murdered" subby?

Are you referring to some people who, in violation of the law and/or the commission of a crime, disobeyed direct orders from a law enforcement officer and suffered the inevitable consequences?

No one deserves to die before trial, but there is such a thing as felony stupid.


Really just the textbook example of  my mom's lovers. Think he believes any of that. Like, does anyone really believe that not doing what an officer tells you, or doing exactly what they tell you in some cases, is a capital offense.
 
2017-09-26 07:26:08 PM  
they'd be blinking messages, until they weren't, if trump had his way
 
2017-09-26 07:33:00 PM  

Gubbo: fernt: "Murdered" subby?

Are you referring to some people who, in violation of the law and/or the commission of a crime, disobeyed direct orders from a law enforcement officer and suffered the inevitable consequences?

No one deserves to die before trial, but there is such a thing as felony stupid.

Really just the textbook example of  my mom's lovers. Think he believes any of that. Like, does anyone really believe that not doing what an officer tells you, or doing exactly what they tell you in some cases, is a capital offense.


Like, if an officer of the law, who, like, has the right to use a gun to enforce the law and, like, protect him/herself, tells you to do something, only someone stupid would like, risk ignoring the order.
 
2017-09-26 07:38:07 PM  

fernt: Gubbo: fernt: "Murdered" subby?

Are you referring to some people who, in violation of the law and/or the commission of a crime, disobeyed direct orders from a law enforcement officer and suffered the inevitable consequences?

No one deserves to die before trial, but there is such a thing as felony stupid.

Really just the textbook example of  my mom's lovers. Think he believes any of that. Like, does anyone really believe that not doing what an officer tells you, or doing exactly what they tell you in some cases, is a capital offense.

Like, if an officer of the law, who, like, has the right to use a gun to enforce the law and, like, protect him/herself, tells you to do something, only someone stupid would like, risk ignoring the order.


And yet it is still murder to kill someone just because they do not obey you.
 
2017-09-26 07:39:48 PM  

fernt: Gubbo: fernt: "Murdered" subby?

Are you referring to some people who, in violation of the law and/or the commission of a crime, disobeyed direct orders from a law enforcement officer and suffered the inevitable consequences?

No one deserves to die before trial, but there is such a thing as felony stupid.

Really just the textbook example of  my mom's lovers. Think he believes any of that. Like, does anyone really believe that not doing what an officer tells you, or doing exactly what they tell you in some cases, is a capital offense.

Like, if an officer of the law, who, like, has the right to use a gun to enforce the law and, like, protect him/herself, tells you to do something, only someone stupid would like, risk ignoring the order.


Hmm, comply or be killed. Solid system that. I wonder why more countries don't go down that road.
 
2017-09-26 07:40:00 PM  

fernt: Gubbo: fernt: "Murdered" subby?

Are you referring to some people who, in violation of the law and/or the commission of a crime, disobeyed direct orders from a law enforcement officer and suffered the inevitable consequences?

No one deserves to die before trial, but there is such a thing as felony stupid.

Really just the textbook example of  my mom's lovers. Think he believes any of that. Like, does anyone really believe that not doing what an officer tells you, or doing exactly what they tell you in some cases, is a capital offense.

Like, if an officer of the law, who, like, has the right to use a gun to enforce the law and, like, protect him/herself, tells you to do something, only someone stupid would like, risk ignoring the order.


Like Charles Kinsey?
Miami Police Shoot Unarmed Black Man Caring For Autistic Patient - Charles Kinsey
Youtube QAJRcRZPfwQ
 
2017-09-26 07:45:11 PM  

fernt: Gubbo: fernt: "Murdered" subby?

Are you referring to some people who, in violation of the law and/or the commission of a crime, disobeyed direct orders from a law enforcement officer and suffered the inevitable consequences?

No one deserves to die before trial, but there is such a thing as felony stupid.

Really just the textbook example of  my mom's lovers. Think he believes any of that. Like, does anyone really believe that not doing what an officer tells you, or doing exactly what they tell you in some cases, is a capital offense.

Like, if an officer of the law, who, like, has the right to use a gun to enforce the law and, like, protect him/herself, tells you to do something, only someone stupid would like, risk ignoring the order.


Do they make you bend over when you lick their boots? Or do they give you the courtesy of propping said boots up on a table or something?
 
2017-09-26 07:48:02 PM  
Schrodinger's president.
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2017-09-26 07:48:50 PM  
accused participants of disrespecting military members

The knee thing was inspired BY a farking military member, you twit.

How A Texas Green Beret Helped The NFL's National Anthem Protests Evolve
 
2017-09-26 07:49:59 PM  
I'm ashamed to live in a country stupid enough to elect that POS president
 
2017-09-26 07:51:49 PM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: I'm ashamed to live in a country stupid enough to elect that POS president


I can't find the "THIS" key, so I'll just type it.
 
2017-09-26 08:05:04 PM  
You can tell a lot about a guy by what"offends" him.
 
2017-09-26 08:08:20 PM  

fusillade762: accused participants of disrespecting military members

The knee thing was inspired BY a farking military member, you twit.

How A Texas Green Beret Helped The NFL's National Anthem Protests Evolve


I posted the same story on a few Facebook walls of some of my derpier friends. I was completely shocked when it didn't sway their opinions.
 
2017-09-26 08:15:42 PM  
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2017-09-26 08:18:43 PM  

blastoh: Schrodinger's president.
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That's not hypocrisy.  He is simply saying a POTUS should speak for racism - not against it.
 
2017-09-26 08:21:24 PM  
Trump sounds like he would prefer a country where displays of patriotism are mandatory.  Like North Korea I suppose.
 
2017-09-26 08:22:07 PM  

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Work protests are fine so long as you are breaking the law and not doing your job.
 
2017-09-26 08:24:20 PM  
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2017-09-26 08:51:43 PM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: I'm ashamed to live in a country stupid enough to elect that POS president


https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1eaoaaWy2_Sn5kI408EdskgH3QvZ5d​U​qiIQPNG92-6HA/edit#gid=1152975525

I'm ashamed to live in a country that has a system that, not only let him win without getting the most votes by a few million, but, even if you removed 13 states that voted for Trump from the union, he'd have lost by over 7 million votes and still won the election.
 
2017-09-26 08:52:34 PM  
Well then farking leave.
 
2017-09-26 08:58:05 PM  
Funny how the only thing to trigger his sense of shame are the actions of others.  Apparently 'snowflake' and 'sociopath' are not mutually exclusive.
 
2017-09-26 09:07:46 PM  
Lie, naturally. Donny doesn't know what shame feels like
 
2017-09-26 09:09:18 PM  
I saw so many great young people and they are missing legs and they're missing arms and they're so badly injured. They were fighting for our country, they were fighting for our flag, they were fighting for our national anthem," Trump said.

His heel spurs must be telepathic if he knows that soldier fight and die for song.

Most of the soldiers I've heard talk about fighting and dying say that soldiers fight and die for the soldiers next to them.

Trump is a fascist who wants to force people to stand for a song.

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2017-09-26 09:53:12 PM  
Who apart from Trump is saying that this is disrespecting the military? Can you not criticise a single part of your own country without it being taken as criticising the whole country? Trump based his whole election campaign on the claim the US wasn't great, but for someone else to protest that a part of the US is wrong suddenly gets "OMG! You hate the flag which means you hate the military!"

If you refuse to accept that there are failings in your country you'll never allow them to be fixed. Shouting down any attempt at discussion doesn't make the issue go away. It means the issue stays and the people who are pissed just get more and more pissed.
 
2017-09-26 10:03:33 PM  

Carter Pewterschmidt: Who apart from Trump is saying that this is disrespecting the military?


Not this guy.
 
2017-09-26 10:06:28 PM  

DeaH: fernt: Gubbo: fernt: "Murdered" subby?

Are you referring to some people who, in violation of the law and/or the commission of a crime, disobeyed direct orders from a law enforcement officer and suffered the inevitable consequences?

No one deserves to die before trial, but there is such a thing as felony stupid.

Really just the textbook example of  my mom's lovers. Think he believes any of that. Like, does anyone really believe that not doing what an officer tells you, or doing exactly what they tell you in some cases, is a capital offense.

Like, if an officer of the law, who, like, has the right to use a gun to enforce the law and, like, protect him/herself, tells you to do something, only someone stupid would like, risk ignoring the order.

Like Charles Kinsey?
[YouTube video]


I still can't believe cops managed to shoot at an autistic guy and gods caretaker. Ye gods.
 
2017-09-26 10:27:23 PM  

Carter Pewterschmidt: Who apart from Trump is saying that this is disrespecting the military? Can you not criticise a single part of your own country without it being taken as criticising the whole country? Trump based his whole election campaign on the claim the US wasn't great, but for someone else to protest that a part of the US is wrong suddenly gets "OMG! You hate the flag which means you hate the military!"

If you refuse to accept that there are failings in your country you'll never allow them to be fixed. Shouting down any attempt at discussion doesn't make the issue go away. It means the issue stays and the people who are pissed just get more and more pissed.


Who apart from Trump??!!!

Is this your first day on the internet?
 
2017-09-26 10:43:36 PM  
like Trump can feel shame.  pffffft.
 
2017-09-26 10:47:33 PM  
I'm ashamed that they need to protest.  I'm ashamed of what they're protesting.

I'm ashamed that so many fellow Americans are pretending not to understand.
 
2017-09-26 10:54:25 PM  
The half hearted nonsense posted by the recognized Amigo de Drew is prima facie retarded and intended more to waste time rather than be taken seriously. And yet we have a president that genuinely believes that stuff.

Someone fetch me a portal gun because I'd like to return to my home timeline please.
 
2017-09-26 10:59:12 PM  

Scorpitron is reduced to a thin red paste: DeaH: fernt: Gubbo: fernt: "Murdered" subby?

Are you referring to some people who, in violation of the law and/or the commission of a crime, disobeyed direct orders from a law enforcement officer and suffered the inevitable consequences?

No one deserves to die before trial, but there is such a thing as felony stupid.

Really just the textbook example of  my mom's lovers. Think he believes any of that. Like, does anyone really believe that not doing what an officer tells you, or doing exactly what they tell you in some cases, is a capital offense.

Like, if an officer of the law, who, like, has the right to use a gun to enforce the law and, like, protect him/herself, tells you to do something, only someone stupid would like, risk ignoring the order.

Like Charles Kinsey?
[YouTube video]

I still can't believe cops managed to shoot at an autistic guy and gods caretaker. Ye gods.


And the caretaker was lying on the ground with his hands in the air. Then they cuffed him and left him on the ground, bleeding.
 
2017-09-26 11:09:02 PM  
Trump is ashamed of something? Name one positive thing he's done as President. Or in his life. Name one campaign promise he's kept. Ashamed of this triviality? Give me a farking break.
 
2017-09-26 11:21:39 PM  

Mugato: Trump is ashamed of something? Name one positive thing he's done as President. Or in his life.


Appeared in Home Alone 2, the funniest movie ever made.
 
2017-09-26 11:24:29 PM  
I just stopped by to remind y'all that this is the same bastion of patriotism and military respect that prefers servicemen who weren't captured.
 
2017-09-26 11:30:28 PM  
This entire issue about "dishonoring the troops" is just a made up bullshiat excuse so people can have an issue to deflect about what's really being protested. If it wasn't kneeling during the Anthem, they would find some other way to be critical. I have yet to hear a single critic suggest that the issues being protested are valid and deserve attention. It's almost as though the people being critical just don't like those doing the protesting for some reason. I can't imagine why.
 
2017-09-26 11:38:55 PM  

skyotter: I'm ashamed that they need to protest.  I'm ashamed of what they're protesting.

I'm ashamed that so many fellow Americans are pretending not to understand.


I'm ashamed of fernt, too.
 
2017-09-26 11:41:03 PM  
I'd like to see Trump endure  5½ years of captivity as a POW in a Vietnamese prison. Or, any adversity whatsoever. He's such a tough guy and it's amazing since the most dangerous and/or difficult situation he's ever been exposed to was likely a towel snap fight in 3rd grade.
 
2017-09-26 11:42:13 PM  

phrawgh: I'd like to see Trump endure  5½ years of captivity as a POW in a Vietnamese prison. Or, any adversity whatsoever. He's such a tough guy and it's amazing since the most dangerous and/or difficult situation he's ever been exposed to was likely a towel snap fight in 3rd grade.


Hey man, avoiding those STDs was no joke.
 
2017-09-26 11:45:25 PM  

fernt: "Murdered" subby?

Are you referring to some people who, in violation of the law and/or the commission of a crime, disobeyed direct orders from a law enforcement officer and suffered the inevitable consequences?

No one deserves to die before trial, but there is such a thing as felony stupid.


Or, you know, people murdered by police for doing nothing more than complying with officers' orders, or murdered during an unavoidable situation, or murdered under any of a thousand different circumstances other than committing a crime.

You're an idiot.
 
2017-09-26 11:46:49 PM  
I was going to write a wall of text about the inherent injustices in the American legal system, but I'm just going with my base instincts today.

F*ck you Trump, you stupid c*nt.
 
2017-09-26 11:47:21 PM  

fernt: Gubbo: fernt: "Murdered" subby?

Are you referring to some people who, in violation of the law and/or the commission of a crime, disobeyed direct orders from a law enforcement officer and suffered the inevitable consequences?

No one deserves to die before trial, but there is such a thing as felony stupid.

Really just the textbook example of  my mom's lovers. Think he believes any of that. Like, does anyone really believe that not doing what an officer tells you, or doing exactly what they tell you in some cases, is a capital offense.

Like, if an officer of the law, who, like, has the right to use a gun to enforce the law and, like, protect him/herself, tells you to do something, only someone stupid would like, risk ignoring the order.


But what about someone who obeyed the order and was killed anyway like Philando Castile? Or what about someone who was killed without being given an order like Tamir Rice?  We've seen in numerous cases already that show it doesn't matter what people say or do, it can be interpreted as threatening be an officer (meaning it has little to do with what's actually done or said, but what an officer FEELS you did or said). And for me, that's just not a high enough standard for murder. Besides, any officer whose more worried about himself than successfully protecting the community and doing the job he/she VOLUNTEERED for should look for other work. The sad thing is that you don't feel the same way and you fail to realize that such a weak justification can be used by police to kill ANYONE AT ANYTIME including you.
 
2017-09-26 11:47:29 PM  

Prey4reign: Trump is so woefully out of his depth


Well, that's never stopped him before...
 
2017-09-26 11:47:43 PM  
lol cops rule, crooks drool
 
2017-09-26 11:50:38 PM  

fernt: "Murdered" subby?

Are you referring to some people who, in violation of the law and/or the commission of a crime, disobeyed direct orders from a law enforcement officer and suffered the inevitable consequences?

No one deserves to die before trial, but there is such a thing as felony stupid.


There's also such a thing as being intellectually dishonest stupid. How bad does it hurt?
 
2017-09-26 11:52:09 PM  

Reverend J: I was going to write a wall of text about the inherent injustices in the American legal system, but I'm just going with my base instincts today.

F*ck you Trump, you stupid c*nt.


Are you suggesting he has depth and warmth?!
 
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