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    “9 mistakes were taken ahead of me.” – Josh Rosen
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    Lit wanted to bet me that Rosen would be in the Pro Bowl, by year 4. I should have taking that bet, so I could be waiting by my mailbox for a jersey that’s never coming.
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    Let the pets rally. They're not hurting anyone.
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    But, I thought we picked the wrong Josh?
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    This summer I made a solemn promise to this board that I would: 1) Objectively evaluate the following: q) Donald Trump's accomplishments in his first term vs. his campaign promises. b) Donald Trump's diplomatic performance on the world stage and his geopolitical strategy. Not only would I rate the efficacy of his foreign policy but determine how each of his actions were or were not congruent with his vision. c) The economic performance results from his trade and sensible deregulation policies. d) Videos of Joe Biden drooling on himself and assaulting women. 2) Render my endorsement for the Presidency the Friday before Labor Day weekend. Well Rangemen, you got that all of that and more. I also factored in the third-party ticket of Batboy and Bigfoot. This may be the most formidable third party ticket to ever run for the Presidency. They have P'lod, Earth's ambassador from the Pleiades, as their advisor. As promised before the end of the day, I will reveal who I am endorsing for the Presidency. In between the expected high volume of posts in this thread, I will Periodically post inside information on my thought process and some of the analysis results that surprised me.
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    JA is a winner. I was ecstatic when I heard Allen when I was expected to hear Rosen. Rosen clearly has attitude issues that many on this board saw a mile away.
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    He's been knocking on them for years. Here's the latest one I could find.
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    lol fatass is so demented President Donald Trump has vehemently denied reports that he skipped a 2018 visit to a World War I memorial in France because he was concerned about his hair and considered the cemetery "filled with losers," as the Atlantic first reported. Trump told reporters yesterday that he "called home" to Melania Trump at the time and told her how upset he was for not being able to visit the cemetery. At the time, the White House said he was unable to attend and had to cancel the visit because of bad weather. Trump claims he "called home, I spoke to my wife and I said 'I hate this. I came here to go to that ceremony.' And to the one that was the following day which I did go to. I said I feel terribly. And that was the end of it." Facts First: Melania Trump was on the same trip with the President and was scheduled to attend the cemetery visit. She was not in the US.
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    i listen to what those guys say too, but that are a little too partisan for my taste everybody has a little bias. even someone as elite in their field as thomas sowell, who i adore, gets a tad preachy conservative in his books sometimes. but for every one of those kinds of comments theres fifty gems of profound wisdom in his writings so i shrug it off the less talented and intelligent you are (sowell is a genius), the more heavily partisan you tend to be. i agree with a ton of what those two dudes say, but they delve into partisan politics too much for my regular consumption. they bend the truth to take a swipe at the other side, which i think is unnecessary. theres enough bullshit going on that you can be critical, even ridiculing, making valid points about the shortcomings or flaws in the other side, without being an empty partisan. those two are guilty of the latter more than they should be. it probably brings in more money but it sacrifices some of your credibility this tatum dude in this vid is conservative, but i have yet to see him throw out empty partisan rhetoric. he makes excellent points, basically exactly the same stuff ive been telling yall going on twenty years so of course theyre excellent points lol, but he doesnt push a political agenda. for as many vids of his ive watched, ive only seen him even reference parties or ideologies a couple of times. so hes good at sticking to the facts and not just poking somebody in the eye because they come from the other party
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    That’s why they ejected these trouble makers. . They were caught giving the Hitler salute and were shown the door. Good work Hyman “Katz”enburger!!!
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    His full name is Joshua Ballinger Lippincott Rosen. Make of that what you will.
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    Democrats and the press are DISGUSTING. Did you hear what Demetia-Joe Biden read off his teleprompter on the topic? Orchestrated bullshit. All the libs repeating the exact same bullshit talking points. Lying fucks.
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    1) I’m not American. I’m really not sure what YOUR America is about. It’s obviously about supporting a narcissist autocrat. Pretty sure that’s not what the founding fathers envisioned. In fact, everything in the US Constitution, including the right to bear arms, is designed to prevent exactly what Trump stands for. 2) What did you serve...burgers? It’s not about being in a different class, it’s about having a different perspective than those who might not have served. Does it not repulse you at all that he disparaged McCain, a POW, like he did? If it doesn’t make you want to puke, the you are truly hopeless. I’m not “Liberal”. Even if I was, I would expect the Commander in Chief to respect POWs, regardless of his personal views of their politics. Of course, Trump is a coward and a poor excuse for any kind of leader. So don’t give me an of this Liberal Virtue Signalling shit that you picked up from FOX talking points. Get your head out of your ass and realize what an ass hat Trump is.
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    Nothing bonds a group more tightly than a common enemy that is perceived as a mortal threat. - Full Story To understand the corruption, chaos, and general insanity that is continuing to engulf the Trump campaign and much of the Republican Party right now, it helps to understand the predicate embraced by many Trump supporters: If Joseph R. Biden Jr. wins the presidency, America dies. During last week’s Republican National Convention, speaker after speaker insisted that life under a Biden presidency would be dystopian. Charlie Kirk, the young Trump acolyte who opened the proceedings, declared, “I am here tonight to tell you—to warn you—that this election is a decision between preserving America as we know it and eliminating everything that we love.” President Trump, who closed the proceedings, said, “Your vote will decide whether we protect law-abiding Americans or whether we give free rein to violent anarchists and agitators and criminals who threaten our citizens. And this election will decide whether we will defend the American way of life or allow a radical movement to completely dismantle and destroy it.” And in between Americans were told that Democrats want to “disarm you, empty the prisons, lock you in your home, and invite MS-13 to live next door” and that they “want to destroy this country and everything that we have fought for and hold dear.” “They’re not satisfied with spreading the chaos and violence into our communities. They want to abolish the suburbs altogether,” a St. Louis couple who had brandished weapons against demonstrators outside their home, told viewers. “Make no mistake, no matter where you live, your family will not be safe in the radical Democrats’ America.” One does not have to be a champion of the Democratic Party to know this chthonic portrait is absurd. But it is also essential, because it allows Trump and his followers to tolerate and justify pretty much anything in order to win. And “anything” turns out to be quite a lot. In just the past two weeks, the president has praised supporters of the right-wing conspiracy theory QAnon, which contends, as The Guardian recently summarized it, that “a cabal of Satan-worshipping Democrats, Hollywood celebrities and billionaires runs the world while engaging in pedophilia, human trafficking and the harvesting of a supposedly life-extending chemical from the blood of abused children.” Trump touted a conspiracy theory that the national death toll from COVID-19 is about 9,000, a fraction of the official figure of nearly 185,000; promoted a program on the One America News Network accusing demonstrators of secretly plotting Trump’s downfall; encouraged his own supporters to commit voter fraud; and claimed Biden is controlled by “people that are in the dark shadows” who are wearing “dark uniforms.” Trump believes his own government is conspiring to delay a COVID-19 vaccine until after the election. He retweeted a message from the actor James Woods saying New York Governor Andrew Cuomo “should be in jail” and another from an account accusing the Portland, Oregon, mayor of “committing war crimes.” The president is “inciting violence,” in the words of Maryland’s Republican Governor, Larry Hogan. Trump defended 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, a supporter who is charged with first-degree homicide; and stated that if he loses the election in November it would be because it was “rigged.” At the same time, the second-ranking House Republican, among other of the president’s supporters, has shared several manipulated videos in an effort to damage Biden. This is just the latest installment in a four-year record of shame, indecency, incompetence, and malfeasance. And yet, for tens of millions of Trump’s supporters, none of it matters. None of it even breaks through. At this point, it appears, Donald Trump really could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue and not lose his voters. This phenomenon has no shortage of explanations, but perhaps the most convincing is the terror the president’s backers feel. Time and again, I’ve had conversations with Trump supporters who believe the president is all that stands between them and cultural revolution. Trump and his advisers know it, which is why the through line of the RNC was portraying Joe Biden as a Jacobin. Republicans chose that theme despite the fact that during his almost 50 years in politics, Biden hasn’t left any discernible ideological imprint on either the nation or his own party. Indeed, Biden is notable for his success over the course of his political career in forging alliances with many Republicans. I worked at the Office of National Drug Control Policy in the early 1990s when William Bennett was its director and George H. W. Bush was president. Biden was then chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee; he and his staff were supportive of our work, and not in the least ideological. There will be no remaking of the calendar if Joe Biden becomes president. Still, in the minds of Trump’s supporters lingers the belief that a Biden presidency would usher in a reign of terror. Many of them simply have to believe that. Justifying their fealty to a man who is so obviously a moral wreck requires them to turn Joe Biden and the Democratic Party into an existential threat. The narrative is set; the actual identity of the nominee is almost incidental. Fear strengthens tribalistic instincts, and tribalistic instincts amplify fear. Nothing bonds a group more tightly than a common enemy that is perceived as a mortal threat. In the presence of such an enemy, members of tribal groups look outward rather than inward, at others and never at themselves or their own kind. That they are defending a person who is fundamentally malicious, even if he makes judicial appointments of which they approve, is too painful for them to admit. They are similarly unable to admit they are defending an ethic that is at odds with what they have long championed. They have accepted, excused, and applauded Trump’s behavior and tactics, allowing his ends to justify his means. In important respects, this is antithetical to a virtue ethic. So once again, it’s easier for them to look away or engage in self-deception; to convince themselves that Donald Trump is not who he so clearly is. But what’s different in this case is that Trump, because of the corruption that seems to pervade every area of his life and his damaged psychological and emotional state, has shown us just how much people will accept in their leaders as a result of “negative partisanship,” the force that binds parties together less in common purpose than in opposition to a shared opponent. As the conservative writer David French has put it, with Donald Trump and his supporters we are seeing “negative partisanship in its near-pure form, and it’s the best way to explain Trump’s current appeal to the Republican party.” His ideology is almost entirely beside the point, according to French: “His identity matters more, and his identity is clear—the Republican champion against the hated Democratic foe.” I know plenty of Trump supporters, and I know many of them to be people of integrity in important areas of their lives. Indeed, some are friends I cherish. But if there is a line Donald Trump could cross that would forfeit the loyalty of his core supporters—including, and in some respects especially, white evangelical Christians—I can’t imagine what it would be. And that is a rather depressing thing to admit.
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    again, im glad blacks are finally starting to assert themselves and call out the bullshit that too many other blacks are pulling how many times have you heard me talk about black racism? but until recently you NEVER heard blacks talk about their own racism, that was in fact worse than white racism! im glad i lived long enough to see black folks start taking responsibility for their own dysfunction. like ive said, its not a wave yet, but it will be soon
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    Hey Jethro, fatass has a message for you about anonymous sources:
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    you can always tell whether something is true or not by the reaction it evokes in the subject: cause non-stop rage tweeting is the way to convince the world the story is bogus. ****lol
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    I hope he does. However, with the shortage of quality QBs in the NFL, you have to wonder why he is consistently the guy that they part with. I have seen it before. Rich Gannon was everywhere before he got a legit shot in Oakland.
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    here's the scene that was too rainy for fatass to attend.....
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    I took an extra day to get it right, but the results are in: 1) I endorse Joe Biden for immediate medical retirement from the senate. I also endorse Kamala Harris for 7 years of sensitivity training; her open mocking of a mentally impaired man demonstrated that she is an enemy of all disabled people. Hopefully, her evil can be cured. 2) I endorse Batboy to continue his efforts to establish the viability of third-party Presidential candidates. His only tactical error, albeit a costly one, was to choose an incongruent Vice Presidential running mate. 3) Finally (although I didn't expect it to go this way), I endorse Donald J. Trump for the Presidency. And I hope justice prevails and the Supreme Court extends his second term to six years. That poor man deserves an extended second term after all that the deep state has put him through; like penalty minutes after a soccer game.
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    Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports Albert Breer is reporting both could be on the way out of Buffalo With cut down day looming for all teams across the NFL, the Buffalo Bills could be making a move to trade two young pass catchers. MMQB.com’s Albert Breer is reporting that Robert Foster and Jason Croom are two players involved in trade talks. It would appear that both players are on the outside looking in at a spot on the 53-man roster, as the Bills currently have depth at both wide receiver and tight end. Both Foster and Croom flashed during the 2018 season with the Bills, but neither were able to deliver in 2019. Croom was placed on injured reserve, while Foster only mustered three catches on 18 targets. General manager Brandon Beane has a reputation for moving players close to cut day, trading both Russell Bodine and Wyatt Teller for draft picks last August. If Beane were able to trade either Foster or Croom for future draft assets, it would be another remarkable trade for players that were likely to be released. View the full article
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    Another day, another Hipkat humiliation. All is right on the range😎
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    A lot of people wanted Rosen over Allen, myself included. Beane clearly got it right, they fell in love with Allen’s potential and personality/willingness to put in the work...whereas Rosen came in acting like a finished product...now he’s just finished lol youre lying to yourself if you think Rosen got a fair shot his first 2 years in the league though, if the same situation was done to a black QB first round pick, everybody would be screaming racism
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    And you thought you were having a bad day!
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    Judicial Watch Files Suit after Secret Service Admits to Destroying Records Related to Alleged Biden Altercation with Secret Service Agent Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security for records that the Secret Service claims to have destroyed related to a reported physical altercation between a Secret Service Agent and Joe Biden at a photo op in 2009 (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Homeland Security (No. 1:20-cv-02457)). The lawsuit was filed after the Secret Service failed to respond to a July 14, 2020 administrative appeal challenging its claim that all files related to the 2009 altercation, “ha[d] been destroyed,” due to “retention standards.” On March 29, 2020, the Gateway Pundit republished a 2017 report alleging that an unidentified Secret Service agent was suspended for a week in 2009 for “shoving Biden after he cupped his girlfriend’s breast while the couple was taking a photo with him.” “The situation got so heated … that others had to step in to prevent the agent from hitting the then-Vice President,” according to the report. Judicial Watch’s FOIA request, made on May 12, 2020, sought: All records related to a reported incident in 2009 in which a United States Secret Service Agent reportedly was involved in an altercation with, or attempted to strike, then Vice President Joe Biden during a photo opportunity. The records sought shall include, but not be limited to, witness statements, the Agent’s statement, victim’s statement, alleged perpetrator’s statement, incident reports, investigative reports, communications among USSS personnel regarding the incident, and disciplinary records related to the incident for the Agent in question. In a July 13, 2020 response to Judicial Watch’s request, the Secret Service appeared to confirm that a file on the alleged incident existed at some point, asserting, “[T]here are no responsive records or documents pertaining to your request in our files,” because “the above mentioned file(s) has been destroyed” due to “retention standards.” The Secret Service added that, “[n]o additional information is available.” It did not deny the incident had occurred. In its lawsuit, Judicial Watch intends to test the Secret Service’s assertion that it destroyed all records about the incident. “We had not been able to confirm whether the report about the alleged altercation might be true until the Secret Service itself suggested it destroyed records about the incident,” stated Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.
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    Then I evaluated Joe Biden. I was very impressed with what he has accomplished this year. He has shown that people afflicted with dementia do not have to abandon their lives. I was sympathetic when the evil Kamala Harris mocked him in a debate. That woman seemed to think dementia was funny; there is nothing funny about dementia and what it does to families. She has yet to apologize. When he subsequently selected her to be on the ticket it drew attention to how far his mental acuity had degraded Was this enough? Let's review Joe Biden's accomplishments as a United States Senator,. Yes, the job is mainly legislative and the Presidency is an executive position. But success as a Senator should translate to the Presidency.. So, his accomplishments .......................................... That didn't take long, did it? And he's a proven assaulter of women. The science has come in, there is no further debate. Do not be a 'Biden Assault Denier' But, just when I thought I was finished, fate threw a very promising third-party candidate into the mix. (to be continued).
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    Trump didn't even know that the UK had nukes until the former PM informed him when he was there long after he was elected. The official excuse for why Trump never said a word about Putin placing a bounty on the heads of US troops in Afghanistan was that there was no clear consensus among the intelligence community that the information was accurate. That sounds like bullshit since it was confirmed by IK intelligence and US troops found a ton of US cash when they captured a building the Taliban had been operating out of. So the American people and US military personnel are supposed to believe Trump couldn't warn Putin not to put bounties on the heads of US troops or warn Putin not to mess with US elections because he did not have evidence that proved 100% that the government controlled by Putin did these things to Americans Whatever evidence available To Trump about these 2 issues is very detailed, clear, and has been supported by documentary evidence and testimonial evidence g to Putin having done these things and the only evidence that could suggest that Putin had no role in these things is Putin claiming he was not involved while offering nothing to support those claims. Imagine Putin was on trial for tampering with the election where Muller has presented an airtight case prosecuting Putin with more than enough evidence and testimony to warrant a conviction and Putin's total defense is saying he is innocent so the judge dismisses the case because Putin said he was not guilty. has no evidence or testimony that. The bounty issue is even more outrageous Apparently the evidence and investigation are said ti be classified but what we know is that it is compelling and uncontested other than Putin saying he is innocent while presenting no evidence to support his innocence to date. The alarming part is that if the excuse is if that there is no consensus on the accuracy of the evidence that was reported to the Whitehouse the fact that it was reported and presented to the Whitehouse means there are at least some people in the position to be involved in advising the POTIS believe it was accurate enough to alert their boss. I guarantee that there is never 100% consensus on intel. So even if you are not 100% sure Putin was doing that this is about the lives of US troops do the POTUS has an obligation to protect them. It does not mean declaring war on Russia but at the very least issuing a warning to Putin saying that placing bounties on the heads of US troops will be considered a very serious threat and will have a major impact on relations between Russia & the US and could end up creating negative economic and diplomatic consequences. While there is no guarantee that will put a stop to Putin's bounty on US troops but saying nothing guarantees Putin will have no reason to stop doing that stuff and even encourages him to do more stuff. The excuse of not having completely accurate information when attacking a rival or opponent seen as a possible threat has never held trump back from launching vicious personal attacks on virtually anyone except Putin and the evidence can be a Qanon or infowars conspiracy theory, or some story he read in a tweet years ago. He had Solomani assassinated in a drone strike in Iraq which almost ended in a war with Iran based on far less reliable intel and warned Iran that if any US were killed in retaliation by Iran he would flatten the country, but he says nothing about Putin's bounties.
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    The choice is either Donald Trump or more Identity Politics Communism. My take is that Communism should become illegal again and reinstate the House Un-American Activities Committee.
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    Who cares? NBA ratings are dropping like a shit from my ass after taco night.
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    He engaged in a firefight with the police and hence...
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    Tre White cracked the mystery of the stupid Trump haters sources......
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    I come back after a couple of days to see another fake story that was already debunked. Great work patriots!
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    This is my first and most likely my last post with respect to politics in this forum. I like to post about the Draft and the Draft is what keeps me somewhat still interested in the NFL these days... I'm assuming everyone here has watched Larry Elder's Uncle Tom? https://uncletomshop.com/collections/uncletomshop If you haven't - carve out a little over an hour and a half of your life and watch this documentary. It's only $20 - don't be a cheap ass. Tatum has a prominent role, and you will recognize his T-shirt... I have two Uncle Tom T-shirts that I wear with pride. This thread is probably upsetting to some of the delusional people in this forum. Thank you for posting Meathead.
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    my intent for posting this was not to focus on lebron, although since hes in the title i guess thats what is bound to happen what i really liked is how jason completely dismantles the hoax that is BLM, the whole anti-cop narrative hoax, and ESPECIALLY his directly addressing racism within blackness that far outweighs the racism in whiteness in terms of the problems it has created how long have i been saying these things? going on twenty years now. and FINALLY black folks are starting to stand up say the same things. its not a wave yet, its just a ripple. but its going to grow into a wave because its based on truth. there are too many good black folks that understand these realities and by speaking out they will start to convince others to consider maybe theyve been doing it wrong all along (they have) further, eventually the day will come when enabling whites finally get it through their thick head theyve been played. my hope is they use that realization to push the BLM agenda to the fringe with the rest of the kooks and start a new movement titled something like All Lives Matter. but i have to admit, my faith in humankind is pretty shaky right now and there may be a backlash against blackness. that would suck holy hell and i wouldnt dismiss the possibility entirely but one way or another, the BLM hoax movement is in seriously troubled waters. i think their days and numbered and when people of all backgrounds realize they were punked by some vile separatist racist victimhood peddling liars, there is going to be upheaval if not trouble. hopefully we be smart for once and use the energy to progress in a positive direction. hey, it could happen
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    It must be a nice if you live in a world where you simply can say fake news whenever something comes up that you don’t want to hear. You never have to discuss the actual point...
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    He won't read it. None of them will so that they can feel more comfortable calling it fake. Trump lovers are intentionally misled. They've bought into so many of his lies, they're afraid to find out the truth. And most of them served in the Military. The same Military that he supports Russians paying the Taliban for dead soldiers
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    Nope, not Bullshit. https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2020/09/trump-americans-who-died-at-war-are-losers-and-suckers/615997/ The president has repeatedly disparaged the intelligence of service members, and asked that wounded veterans be kept out of military parades, multiple sources tell The Atlantic. When President Donald Trump canceled a visit to the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery near Paris in 2018, he blamed rain for the last-minute decision, saying that “the helicopter couldn’t fly” and that the Secret Service wouldn’t drive him there. Neither claim was true. Trump rejected the idea of the visit because he feared his hair would become disheveled in the rain, and because he did not believe it important to honor American war dead, according to four people with firsthand knowledge of the discussion that day. In a conversation with senior staff members on the morning of the scheduled visit, Trump said, “Why should I go to that cemetery? It’s filled with losers.” In a separate conversation on the same trip, Trump referred to the more than 1,800 marines who lost their lives at Belleau Wood as “suckers” for getting killed. Belleau Wood is a consequential battle in American history, and the ground on which it was fought is venerated by the Marine Corps. America and its allies stopped the German advance toward Paris there in the spring of 1918. But Trump, on that same trip, asked aides, “Who were the good guys in this war?” He also said that he didn’t understand why the United States would intervene on the side of the Allies. Trump’s understanding of concepts such as patriotism, service, and sacrifice has interested me since he expressed contempt for the war record of the late Senator John McCain, who spent more than five years as a prisoner of the North Vietnamese. “He’s not a war hero,” Trump said in 2015 while running for the Republican nomination for president. “I like people who weren’t captured.” Trump remained fixated on McCain, one of the few prominent Republicans to continue criticizing him after he won the nomination. When McCain died, in August 2018, Trump told his senior staff, according to three sources with direct knowledge of this event, “We’re not going to support that loser’s funeral,” and he became furious, according to witnesses, when he saw flags lowered to half-staff. “What the fuck are we doing that for? Guy was a fucking loser,” the president told aides. Trump was not invited to McCain’s funeral.
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    Well we picked a slow corner who holds. An air head qb instead of mahomes, have no special coaches as good as mcdermott is for the D good enough for allen. So what's likely to happen?
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