Saturday, May 06, 2017

It should do the trick.


32 comments:

  1. Anonymous2:36 AM

    You want to have a Scared Straight moment with your children and scare the bejesus out of them?

    Inspire them to:
    Keep their panties up
    Keep their johnsons in their pants
    Keep the boys from sneaking upstairs into your daughter's room
    Keep them out of canvas tents and to be where they say they are going to be
    Keep them from having sexual relations in tents while their friends are listening outside
    Keep them out of the liquor cabinet
    Keep them from dropping out of high school
    Keep them from getting pregnant while in high school
    Keep them from crawling into their boyfriend's window at their mama's house and moaning all night
    Keep them from having multiple babies from multiple boys
    Keep them from breaking into houses
    Keep them from buying drugs in empty store parking lots in the wee hours of the morning
    Inspire them to go to college and instead of hair/pimple school
    Keep them from having babies out of wedlock
    Keep them from having babies with different girls
    Keep them from getting drunk and beating the shit out of pregnant women
    Keep them from crashing birthday parties and beating elderly adults
    Keep them from dry humping on the dance floor in front of relatives
    Inspire them into getting jobs instead of selling trinkets out of boxes and selling sugar water
    Inspire them into moving out of their mama's airplane hangar
    Keep them from having trial husbands

    If you want to do all that and inspire them into being decent folks, make them read all about that white trash money grifting, no job, sexual promiscuous family from Wasilla in the many posts of the Immoral Minority!

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    1. Anonymous7:46 AM

      Meh,there is no issue with teens experimenting with sex. Sex negativity isn't a good thing. But do make sure it is safe sex. Meaning non-procreative, so reliable bc like injectible and a condom and consensual with a non coercive age appropriate partner.

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    2. Anonymous9:43 AM

      Not everything is about the Palins, you obsessed freak.

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  2. Anonymous2:40 AM

    If your kids ask why education is important

    Have them watch Sarah Palin's word salad YouTube videos

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  3. Anonymous3:08 AM

    Hey Sarah Palin-

    Western Journalism:
    JFK’s Grandson To Present President Obama With Profile In Courage Award

    President John F. Kennedy’s only grandson, Jack Schlossberg, entered the national spotlight Friday, promoting the Profile in Courage Award ceremony in Boston on Sunday, when former President Barack Obama will receive the prize...

    .... The Profile in Courage Award is an award granted by the JFK Presidential Library to public figures who emulate the courage described in Kennedy’s book, Profiles in Courage....

    His mother, Caroline Kennedy, said she was “thrilled” by the choice to grant the 2017 Profile in Courage award to Obama...

    http://www.westernjournalism.com/jfks-grandson-present-president-obama-profiles-courage-award/?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=PostSideSharingButtons&utm_content=2017-05-05&utm_campaign=websitesharingbuttons

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  4. Anonymous3:19 AM

    Donald are you jealous of President Obama?

    Little baby will you be throwing a tantrum and sign an Executive Order on national television stripping President Obama of his Profile in Courage Award that should have gone to you?

    “This award recognizes that he made tough choices over the last eight years to execute on a vision, to give people health care, to get serious about climate change, and to reach out to international partners and really improve America’s standing in the world,”

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  5. Anonymous3:53 AM

    Anonymous said
    Trump has quite clearly said he doesn't think he has done anything for which he needs to ask God's forgiveness

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    Why does God Trump need to ask for his own forgiveness?

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  6. Anonymous4:03 AM

    “So it is Written,
    So it Shall be Done”

    -President Bannon


    Politico:
    Trump suggests financing for historically black colleges may be unconstitutional

    President Donald Trump signaled Friday that he may not implement a 25-year-old federal program that helps historically black colleges finance construction projects on their campuses, suggesting that it may run afoul of the Constitution.

    In a signing statement on the $1.1 trillion omnibus government spending bill, Trump singled out the Historically Black College and University Capital Financing Program as an example of provisions in the funding bill “that allocate benefits on the basis of race, ethnicity, and gender.”

    Read more at
    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/05/05/trump-historically-black-colleges-financing-unconstitutional-238061


    Trump needs to find funds so he can go golfing at Mar A Lago every Friday ($4 Million every weekend)

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  7. 45 is well educated. Not a good example.

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    1. Anonymous4:33 AM

      I concur Becky

      Only 45 knows how to defeat ISIS. How to fix everything. How to grab pussy without being prosecuted.


      Only 45 knows how to erase President Obama from the White man's history books

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    2. There is no evidence whatsoever that trump is well-educated. School attendance or a gentlemen's C diploma doesn't mean anything.

      All you have to do is listen to his "See Spot run" vocabulary level, and his constant ignorance of anything having to do with government or governance, and his inability to learn anything.

      He is not educated in regard to foreign policy, the US constitution, domestic policy, economics, healthcare ("nobody knew it was so complicated!"), governance, ethics or any other area necessary for being a competent president. He has yet to say an intelligent or truthful or educated thing on any of those subjects.

      President Obama vs. trump is an excellent example in comparing education.

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    3. Anonymous6:03 AM

      "See Spot run vocaBULLrY level " <I was thinking that just yesterday....

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    4. Anonymous7:49 AM

      He has o ly a BA and was a student athlete. We know how those degrees were awarded and sadly, still are. Ma u athletic programs are little more than gladiators for the alumni white boys.

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    5. No. Trump was given the opportunity to be well-educated and he decided he knew better than all those teachers and basically ignored them and wasted his chance. That is why you have a man-baby in the White House that talks like a 4th grader and behaves like a kindergartener.

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    6. Anonymous12:24 PM

      Well, if you want to define "well-educated" as people who you think benefited from their education, rather than graduated from an elite school, then maybe Trump isn't well-educated. But then, if you get to make up the definitions, and words mean what you want them to mean, we could call him most anything. Trump may not be very smart, or he may be mentally ill, or he may have early signs of dementia. But by the classic definition, he's well-educated.

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  8. Anonymous4:34 AM

    “So it is Written,
    So it Shall be Done”

    -President Bannon


    Politico:
    Trump suggests financing for historically black colleges may be unconstitutional

    President Donald Trump signaled Friday that he may not implement a 25-year-old federal program that helps historically black colleges finance construction projects on their campuses, suggesting that it may run afoul of the Constitution.

    In a signing statement on the $1.1 trillion omnibus government spending bill, Trump singled out the Historically Black College and University Capital Financing Program as an example of provisions in the funding bill “that allocate benefits on the basis of race, ethnicity, and gender.”

    Read more at
    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/05/05/trump-historically-black-colleges-financing-unconstitutional-238061


    Trump needs to find funds so he can go golfing at Mar A Lago every Friday ($4 Million every weekend)

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    1. Anonymous4:46 AM

      $4,000,000 multiply by 52.143 weeks...

      Carry the $208 million


      Equals $208,572,000 for Trump to golf every weekend and that's not counting playing two rounds of golf and caddy fees.

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    2. Anonymous7:50 AM

      You forgot the x4 if we can't Impeach him sooner.

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  9. Anonymous4:38 AM

    Donald are you jealous of President Obama?

    Little baby will you throw a tantrum and sign an Executive Order on national television stripping President Obama of his "Profile in Courage Award" given to President Obama by the JFK Presidential Library? That award should have gone to you?

    “This award recognizes that he made tough choices over the last eight years to execute on a vision, to give people health care, to get serious about climate change, and to reach out to international partners and really improve America’s standing in the world,”

    Or will you plan a quick Alt-Right rally at the same hour President Obama receives his prestigious award?

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  10. Anonymous5:05 AM

    Yes! Or even read them an Obama (Mrs.) speech and a Palin speech!

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  11. Anonymous6:11 AM

    Except that Trump is well-educated. THe difference isn't do to lack of education.

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    1. Anonymous6:27 AM

      Except that Trump *brags* that he is well-educated. We haven't seen the transcripts, and in reviewing his speeches and off-the-cuff remarks, we sure as hell haven't seen any proof.

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    2. Anonymous7:14 AM

      6:11--Isn't "do" to? Lack of education pretending they have it, well, it takes one to know one, I guess.

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    3. Anonymous7:25 AM

      Mere attendance and a piece of paper with a college seal don't necessarily equate to an education.

      We've all seen too many graduates of prestigious schools that got a degree because of a campus building paid for by Daddy or Mommy.

      Trump knew everything about everything before he even went to college so why would he have made any attempt to learn anything from people he considered beneath him?

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    4. Anonymous7:52 AM

      He attended school where he could have gotten an education. He chose to remain. Willfully ignorant. I'd love to see T.Rumps transcript.bet it was all business, finance and maybe some communication courses and a less than C average.

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    5. No, he isn't well-educated. He had an opportunity to be well-educated but he chose not to do the work, not to listen, basically ignore anything he didn't like because he already thought he knew it all and there was nothing they could teach him.

      So he may have attended good schools but he didn't take advantage of the opportunity.

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    6. Anonymous12:27 PM

      How do you know he is ignornant? How do you know he didn't benefit from his education? BTW, there are peopel who have spoken out as having gone to school with him (INcluding a friend of a friend) so I'm guessing he did go to Wharton, which probably means he graduated with a Bachelors too. Trump may be mentally ill. Or he may have early signs of dementia. Which doesn't mean he didn't receive, and use, a good education. It really hurts credibility when one defines the words one uses, instead of using the common understanding. There are plenty of insults to describe Trump. Uneducated probably isn't a credible one.

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    7. Anonymous2:01 PM

      How do you know he didn't use his education. The fact that his brain is scary for a President doesn't mean he always thought this way, or that he doesn't use his education well in other arenas. Lots of very bright scientists are lousy salespeople. Doesn't mean they aren't educated.

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    8. Anonymous4:23 AM

      Education really means what an individual takes from what he/she is being taught. If you go to class sure that you are the smartest person in the room/school/country/world, you probably won't get much out of the experience. It will pass over you. I think that people like Trump, self-absorbed and too rich for their own good, may attend a good secondary school and college or university, but they will not become educated. For that, a person has to have intellectual curiosity, respect for the learning of others, and interest in the world around them. These elements are totally lacking in Trump and, it appears, in his adult sons, beloved daughter and favored son-in-law. Someone like Trump likes to surround himself with people exactly like himself. They won't challenge him or threaten him.
      Beaglemom

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  12. Don't lie, Gryphen!!

    Emperor Drumpf knows ALL the best words. Just ask him.

    Obama? meh. He may know some of them but he doesn't know ALL of them.

    Anyway, you don't know Drumpf! HOW CAN YOU WRITE ABOUT SOMEONE YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW????

    smh

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  13. Anonymous7:36 AM

    ‘I ride to win’ “every little boy who took any interest in racing…had an admiration for Isaac Murphy.” After the Civil War, the Constitution guaranteed black male suffrage and equal protection under the law, but Isaac Murphy embodied citizenship in a different way. He was both a black man and a popular hero."The history of the Kentucky Derby, then, is also the history of men who were at the forefront of black life in the decades after emancipation – only to pay a terrible price for it."

    http://www.rawstory.com/2017/05/how-african-americans-disappeared-from-the-kentucky-derby/

    https://theconversation.com/how-african-americans-disappeared-from-the-kentucky-derby-76908

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  14. Anonymous8:49 AM

    On the lighter side,I just saw a program on PBS mentioned that's out of Anchorage ,Alaska. Its called Plant a Row for the Hungry. Its a program for local farmers to assist the food banks. What a wonderful idea! :)

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