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As others stand at attention for anthem, Trump fidgets, points, pretend-conducts the band

 

President Donald Trump has repeatedly said all Americans should “stand proudly” during the national anthem, and publicly chastises those who don’t as disrespectful of the troops.

But during the national anthem at his own Super Bowl watch party Sunday night, a brief video posted to Instagram shows Trump greeting guests, adjusting his chair, and straightening his suit jacket as other attendees — including first lady Melania Trump and their teenage son — stand with their hands over their hearts. As “The Star Spangled Banner” crescendoes, Trump raises both of his hands in the air, and twirls them around as if conducting the music.

The video was included in an Instagram story by a real estate agent for a Russian-American firm who frequents Mar-a-Lago and other Trump properties and events.

 

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What a shame.  When I saw the Demi step up to the mic I got off my couch and stood at attention in my underwear and rendered the sharpest military salute.  I expect my President to render the same respect. :niterider:

 

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1 hour ago, Woody said:

What a shame.  When I saw the Demi step up to the mic I got off my couch and stood at attention in my underwear and rendered the sharpest military salute.  I expect my President to render the same respect. :niterider:

I was driving, but I had my hand over my heart, like I always do

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“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

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Donald Trump’s Sham Patriotism

July 23, 2016

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In his bid for the White House, Donald Trump is playing many roles: law-and-order strongman, sky’s-the-limit builder, dealmaker extraordinaire. But perhaps none is more emphatic than all-American patriot.

His blood pumps red, white and blue, or so he assures us. In his dreams and decisions, he sees his country above all else. “The most important difference between our plan and that of our opponent,” he told Republicans in Cleveland on Thursday night, “is that our plan will put America first.”

But this lavishly professed love is a largely semantic affair. It’s fickle. It’s reckless. Under its guise, he’s apparently prepared to jettison values that really do make America great and alliances that really do keep America safer. His patriotism brims with grievances.

It sulks. Last week he suggested to The Times’s David Sanger and Maggie Haberman that if Russia invaded a NATO ally that wasn’t pulling its weight financially, he might not rise to its defense.

His patriotism doesn’t add up. On one hand, it leads him to echo conservatives’ longstanding charge that President Obama belittles our country by apologizing too much for it. On the other, Trump told Sanger and Haberman that he’d refrain from reprimanding allies with poor records on civil liberties because the United States is no paragon.

“I don’t think we have a right to lecture,” he said. “Look at what is happening in our country. How are we going to lecture when people are shooting policemen in cold blood?”

That’s a shocking statement in the context of Republican complaints that Democrats fail to appreciate and celebrate American exceptionalism. But it’s not so surprising from Trump, who excused Vladimir Putin’s criminality by saying that we Americans aren’t ones to talk.

He was on “Morning Joe.” He’d been praising Putin’s strength. And when Joe Scarborough pointed out that Putin “kills journalists that don’t agree with him,” Trump responded: “Well, I think our country does plenty of killing also, Joe.”

Plenty of Killing: That could have been the title of Trump’s convention speech, a pitch-black warning about a country soaked in blood. While it’s customary for politicians who are arguing for change to describe a troubled nation with an unsustainable status quo, Trump evoked a dystopia out of “The Hunger Games,” a land damned near unlovable.

None of the people I call patriots see America that darkly or take such an incendiary tack. But his political strategy, like so much else in his life, is about what he deems best for Trump. It’s self that he salutes, not any flag. And while he harnessed his egoism somewhat during that speech, it raged anew on Friday, when he destroyed any momentum his remarks might have given him with a rambling, ranting, unnecessary news conference.

“It was the summer of Trump,” he said, complimenting the success of his campaign. “It was the autumn of Trump. It was the Christmas of Trump. It was everything.” And he attacked Ted Cruz anew, again mentioning the National Enquirer story that linked Cruz’s father to John F. Kennedy’s assassination and saying that the Enquirer deserves more respect than it gets.

There’s no easy way to judge patriotism, and I’m suspicious of two of the most commonly used yardsticks. But by both of those measures — a readiness to serve in the military and a devotion to domestically made goods — Trump isn’t much of a patriot.

During the Vietnam War, he used his status as a college student to receive four draft deferments. Then he got a medical exemption — something foot-related. The malady couldn’t have been all that crippling, because when he was asked about it last year, he vaguely mentioned a bone spur but failed to recall whether it was in his right or left heel.

“You’ll have to look it up,” he told reporters.

His supposed regard for the military is often lip service. If it were any match for his schoolyard nastiness, it would have stopped him from dismissing John McCain’s five and a half years as a prisoner of war by saying, “I like people who weren’t captured.” And if it were any match for his situational stinginess, he would have given that big charitable donation to veterans that he’d promised before journalists had to shame him into making good on his pledge.

His current vow to punish American companies that outsource jobs and to prevent them from using undocumented immigrants here in the United States rewrites his own business history, one of “putting profits, rather than America, first,” wrote The Times’s Alan Rappeport last month.

“Most of his line of suits, ties and cuff links bear a ‘Made in China’ label,” Rappeport noted. “Some also come from factories in Bangladesh, Mexico and Vietnam.”

Furniture in the Trump Home collection was manufactured in Turkey, and Trump Home crystal was made in Slovenia.

Moreover, undocumented immigrants have worked on the construction of properties bearing (and blaring) Trump’s name.

You didn’t hear any of that at the convention on Wednesday night, when the theme was in fact “Make America First Again,” a nod to Trump’s call for trade agreements with better terms for America and a foreign policy more narrowly tailored to American interests.

That call has been central to his political success, as the conservative columnist Peggy Noonan observed in a column last spring. She noted that Trump’s proclamations “radiate the idea that he’s not at all interested in ideology, only in making America great again.”

“He’s saying he’s on America’s side, period,” Noonan wrote, adding that neither Obama nor George W. Bush communicated that message as persuasively. Her column had the headline: “Simple Patriotism Trumps Ideology.”

But there’s nothing simple about a patriotism that allows someone to brag, as Trump has done, about paying as little in taxes as he can possibly get away with, and that permits him to flout an important political tradition of candidates’ releasing their tax returns.

There’s nothing simple about a patriotism that advocates torture, as Trump has also done, when our conduct in waging war is ideally what sets us apart from less principled countries and earns us the respect of the world.

And there’s nothing simple about a patriotism that’s really an amalgam of nativism, racism, isolationism and xenophobia and that denies this country’s distinction as a land of fresh starts, its arms open to a diverse world. Trump’s proposed ban on Muslim immigrants wasn’t patriotic, nor was the Star of David in that offensive tweet.

“Patriotism,” the 18th-century writer Samuel Johnson once said, “is the last refuge of a scoundrel.” It’s also a convenient cloak for a narcissist. Trump wears it shamelessly, but not so well that you can’t see through it.

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/24/opinion/sunday/donald-trumps-sham-patriotism.html

 

 

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Still waiting.  Might as well get used to it, healthcare and breadlines will be the same way.  :niterider:

 

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Shut the fuck up dark cloud pussy

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7 hours ago, Professor Pigworth said:

Donald Trump’s Sham Patriotism

July 23, 2016

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In his bid for the White House, Donald Trump is playing many roles: law-and-order strongman, sky’s-the-limit builder, dealmaker extraordinaire. But perhaps none is more emphatic than all-American patriot.

His blood pumps red, white and blue, or so he assures us. In his dreams and decisions, he sees his country above all else. “The most important difference between our plan and that of our opponent,” he told Republicans in Cleveland on Thursday night, “is that our plan will put America first.”

But this lavishly professed love is a largely semantic affair. It’s fickle. It’s reckless. Under its guise, he’s apparently prepared to jettison values that really do make America great and alliances that really do keep America safer. His patriotism brims with grievances.

It sulks. Last week he suggested to The Times’s David Sanger and Maggie Haberman that if Russia invaded a NATO ally that wasn’t pulling its weight financially, he might not rise to its defense.

His patriotism doesn’t add up. On one hand, it leads him to echo conservatives’ longstanding charge that President Obama belittles our country by apologizing too much for it. On the other, Trump told Sanger and Haberman that he’d refrain from reprimanding allies with poor records on civil liberties because the United States is no paragon.

“I don’t think we have a right to lecture,” he said. “Look at what is happening in our country. How are we going to lecture when people are shooting policemen in cold blood?”

That’s a shocking statement in the context of Republican complaints that Democrats fail to appreciate and celebrate American exceptionalism. But it’s not so surprising from Trump, who excused Vladimir Putin’s criminality by saying that we Americans aren’t ones to talk.

He was on “Morning Joe.” He’d been praising Putin’s strength. And when Joe Scarborough pointed out that Putin “kills journalists that don’t agree with him,” Trump responded: “Well, I think our country does plenty of killing also, Joe.”

Plenty of Killing: That could have been the title of Trump’s convention speech, a pitch-black warning about a country soaked in blood. While it’s customary for politicians who are arguing for change to describe a troubled nation with an unsustainable status quo, Trump evoked a dystopia out of “The Hunger Games,” a land damned near unlovable.

None of the people I call patriots see America that darkly or take such an incendiary tack. But his political strategy, like so much else in his life, is about what he deems best for Trump. It’s self that he salutes, not any flag. And while he harnessed his egoism somewhat during that speech, it raged anew on Friday, when he destroyed any momentum his remarks might have given him with a rambling, ranting, unnecessary news conference.

“It was the summer of Trump,” he said, complimenting the success of his campaign. “It was the autumn of Trump. It was the Christmas of Trump. It was everything.” And he attacked Ted Cruz anew, again mentioning the National Enquirer story that linked Cruz’s father to John F. Kennedy’s assassination and saying that the Enquirer deserves more respect than it gets.

There’s no easy way to judge patriotism, and I’m suspicious of two of the most commonly used yardsticks. But by both of those measures — a readiness to serve in the military and a devotion to domestically made goods — Trump isn’t much of a patriot.

During the Vietnam War, he used his status as a college student to receive four draft deferments. Then he got a medical exemption — something foot-related. The malady couldn’t have been all that crippling, because when he was asked about it last year, he vaguely mentioned a bone spur but failed to recall whether it was in his right or left heel.

“You’ll have to look it up,” he told reporters.

His supposed regard for the military is often lip service. If it were any match for his schoolyard nastiness, it would have stopped him from dismissing John McCain’s five and a half years as a prisoner of war by saying, “I like people who weren’t captured.” And if it were any match for his situational stinginess, he would have given that big charitable donation to veterans that he’d promised before journalists had to shame him into making good on his pledge.

His current vow to punish American companies that outsource jobs and to prevent them from using undocumented immigrants here in the United States rewrites his own business history, one of “putting profits, rather than America, first,” wrote The Times’s Alan Rappeport last month.

“Most of his line of suits, ties and cuff links bear a ‘Made in China’ label,” Rappeport noted. “Some also come from factories in Bangladesh, Mexico and Vietnam.”

Furniture in the Trump Home collection was manufactured in Turkey, and Trump Home crystal was made in Slovenia.

Moreover, undocumented immigrants have worked on the construction of properties bearing (and blaring) Trump’s name.

You didn’t hear any of that at the convention on Wednesday night, when the theme was in fact “Make America First Again,” a nod to Trump’s call for trade agreements with better terms for America and a foreign policy more narrowly tailored to American interests.

That call has been central to his political success, as the conservative columnist Peggy Noonan observed in a column last spring. She noted that Trump’s proclamations “radiate the idea that he’s not at all interested in ideology, only in making America great again.”

“He’s saying he’s on America’s side, period,” Noonan wrote, adding that neither Obama nor George W. Bush communicated that message as persuasively. Her column had the headline: “Simple Patriotism Trumps Ideology.”

But there’s nothing simple about a patriotism that allows someone to brag, as Trump has done, about paying as little in taxes as he can possibly get away with, and that permits him to flout an important political tradition of candidates’ releasing their tax returns.

There’s nothing simple about a patriotism that advocates torture, as Trump has also done, when our conduct in waging war is ideally what sets us apart from less principled countries and earns us the respect of the world.

And there’s nothing simple about a patriotism that’s really an amalgam of nativism, racism, isolationism and xenophobia and that denies this country’s distinction as a land of fresh starts, its arms open to a diverse world. Trump’s proposed ban on Muslim immigrants wasn’t patriotic, nor was the Star of David in that offensive tweet.

“Patriotism,” the 18th-century writer Samuel Johnson once said, “is the last refuge of a scoundrel.” It’s also a convenient cloak for a narcissist. Trump wears it shamelessly, but not so well that you can’t see through it.

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/24/opinion/sunday/donald-trumps-sham-patriotism.html

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4 hours ago, SackMan518 said:

Folks, this is what we've come down to. This is the very best they can do. If that's all there is then he's truly winning. Meanwhile, Democrats want to run the country and can't even get a caucus right on a lineup of candidates that excite no one.

Still no totals!!!  LOL.  Like Ted Cruz is saying, these guys want to run our healthcare????????  LOL

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16 hours ago, Woody said:

What a shame.  When I saw the Demi step up to the mic I got off my couch and stood at attention in my underwear and rendered the sharpest military salute.  I expect my President to render the same respect. :niterider:

I hope little woody was standing at attention too!

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19 hours ago, HipKat said:

As others stand at attention for anthem, Trump fidgets, points, pretend-conducts the band

President Donald Trump has repeatedly said all Americans should “stand proudly” during the national anthem, and publicly chastises those who don’t as disrespectful of the troops.

But during the national anthem at his own Super Bowl watch party Sunday night, a brief video posted to Instagram shows Trump greeting guests, adjusting his chair, and straightening his suit jacket as other attendees — including first lady Melania Trump and their teenage son — stand with their hands over their hearts. As “The Star Spangled Banner” crescendoes, Trump raises both of his hands in the air, and twirls them around as if conducting the music.

The video was included in an Instagram story by a real estate agent for a Russian-American firm who frequents Mar-a-Lago and other Trump properties and events.

Lol its a staged . Its all planned.  He did what  he was told to. Pointless waste of time controversy, gossip

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7 hours ago, thinwhiteduke said:

Lol its a staged . Its all planned.  He did what  he was told to. Pointless waste of time controversy, gossip

Why don't you go run head first into a brick wall and see if you can knock some sense back into yourself?


“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

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8 minutes ago, HipKat said:

Why don't you go run head first into a brick wall and see if you can knock some sense back into yourself?

Your point is what?  You believe  he did it  on his own? 

How that impeachment go? Exactly  as I said. Nothing  happened 

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7 hours ago, thinwhiteduke said:

Your point is what?  You believe  he did it  on his own? 

How that impeachment go? Exactly  as I said. Nothing  happened 

That was like predicting that 12 comes after 11

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A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

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7 hours ago, HipKat said:

Why don't you go run head first into a brick wall and see if you can knock some sense back into yourself?

Sounds like the comedic ending to the movie "Men Who Stare At Goats", trying to make light of the very serious "Remote Viewing" program our military had like the Russians and Chinsem, but eventually ended(at least officially ended on the surface, similar to MK-Ultra).  I only saw it because a friend wanted me to go to the theater, but I'm glad I did, even though the ending is all I recall from it(which reinforced how Hollywood uses propaganda).  


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3 minutes ago, StraightJ said:

Sounds like the comedic ending to the movie "Men Who Stare At Goats", trying to make light of the very serious "Remote Viewing" program our military had like the Russians and Chinsem, but eventually ended(at least officially ended on the surface, similar to MK-Ultra).  I only saw it because a friend wanted me to go to the theater, but I'm glad I did, even though the ending is all I recall from it(which reinforced how Hollywood uses propaganda).  

 


“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

Seek help. soflabillsfan

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3 minutes ago, StraightJ said:

Sounds like the comedic ending to the movie "Men Who Stare At Goats", trying to make light of the very serious "Remote Viewing" program our military had like the Russians and Chinsem, but eventually ended(at least officially ended on the surface, similar to MK-Ultra).  I only saw it because a friend wanted me to go to the theater, but I'm glad I did, even though the ending is all I recall from it(which reinforced how Hollywood uses propaganda).  

Sorry J, I won't do that again, but wth, it was funny to me!


“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

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1 hour ago, HipKat said:

Sorry J, I won't do that again, but wth, it was funny to me!

 

If you were telling the truth about being sorry, the correct course of action would have been to just erase it.  What about my post was looney?  I did not write that movie, which had quite a star studded cast, nor even pay for my ticket and support the degenerates who admit they run Hollywood/almost all media the typical American sees, but thought it might be decent enough not to turn down an invitation from someone who wanted to see it.

 

This behavior made me take note of one of your other posts in this thread, which I suppose I now feel more justified in devoting a moment to.

 

Being I have observed this board seems to prefer the parrot as it's official foul(even more than the loon, and not just with insults, but also about the things they find important and get worked up about...a more recent colloquial term used online is "NPC", for folks wanting to avoid birds altogether), I will parrot someone far more wise and well spoken than the parrot you parroted(regardless of who the quote originated from).  I also have no plans to dedicate my avatar(defined as a symbol that represents you....catch the irony?) online to either of you.  Like with the Stalin quote about who counts the votes which I researched and found the correct version as opposed to the one commonly used(still the same essence) before posting, I will make mention that some detractors have gotten worked up about this quotes origin, however they can not take away from the essence, regardless of who originally exposed their method of psychological warfare.  

 

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https://oathkeepers.org/about/

 

Europa: The last Battle is the new best documentary in existence: https://search.bitchute.com/renderer?use=bitchute-json&name=Search&login=bcadmin&key=7ea2d72b62aa4f762cc5a348ef6642b8&query=Europa+The+Last+Battle

 

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StraightJ: The Range's most relevant news source 

 

"I don't think I'm easy to talk about. I've got a very irregular head. And I'm not anything that you think I am anyway".

-Syd Barrett, founder of Pink Floyd. Rolling Stone, December 1971

 

https://oathkeepers.org/about/

 

Europa: The last Battle is the new best documentary in existence: https://search.bitchute.com/renderer?use=bitchute-json&name=Search&login=bcadmin&key=7ea2d72b62aa4f762cc5a348ef6642b8&query=Europa+The+Last+Battle

 

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Fuck this team

I'll tie a frying pan to my ass so you hurt your penis, you ****ing homo!

Shut the fuck up dark cloud pussy

Anyone who is foolish enough to not be a Buffalo Bills fan can go f*ck themselves with a wooden shovel handle.

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5 minutes ago, Woody said:

Finally. I was hoping somebody would post something about Hulk hogan


“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

Seek help. soflabillsfan

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