Orange is the new President

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thoreau wrote:
10 Dec 2019, 22:21
I'm not sure how Iran has avoided Trump's wrath. Maybe his handlers deserve credit for that one.
I'm fairly sure we can rule out Bolton.
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Oh shit. POTUS signed an executive order defining Judaism as a nationality.

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Not sure I would cast Trump as Thanos. For one thing the skin tone is all wrong. The closest analog would probably be Dark Reign-era Norman Osborn, but the difference is that Gobby is actually smart and can make and follow through on plans. Someone elsewhere compared him to Sam Rockwell's Justin Hammer from Iron Man 2: an inept buffoon who tries to talk the talk of a competent leader, but can't walk the walk (in Trump's case literally).

(That is an official Trump campaign twtr BTW)
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Shit is getting truly damned weird.
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The best and most satisfying fit is probably the Yellow Bastard from Sin City.

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Hugh Akston wrote:
11 Dec 2019, 14:52


Not sure I would cast Trump as Thanos. For one thing the skin tone is all wrong. The closest analog would probably be Dark Reign-era Norman Osborn, but the difference is that Gobby is actually smart and can make and follow through on plans. Someone elsewhere compared him to Sam Rockwell's Justin Hammer from Iron Man 2: an inept buffoon who tries to talk the talk of a competent leader, but can't walk the walk (in Trump's case literally).

(That is an official Trump campaign twtr BTW)
Best part is that they used the scene where Iron Man fucks Thanos' shit up. I swear, Trump's operation has to be 80% "people who are trying to low-key sabotage him" at this point.
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I swear, Trump's operation has to be 80% "people who are trying to low-key sabotage him" at this point.
Okay, just exactly who are the people running the Trump War Room twitter account?
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Shem wrote:
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I swear, Trump's operation has to be 80% "people who are trying to low-key sabotage him" at this point.
He supports their 2nd Amendment Right to shoot themselves in the foot.
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Oh wow. They are trying to remove and disbar Barr.
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Various states are canceling GOP primaries in order to help Trump:

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Punk-ass bitchery.
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The Trump administration posted a list of agricultural tariffs as they applied to various countries, and one of the countries was "Wakanda". They're probably telling the truth when they say that this is test data that wasn't supposed to go live, but it's still funny.
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JD wrote:
19 Dec 2019, 10:55
The Trump administration posted a list of agricultural tariffs as they applied to various countries, and one of the countries was "Wakanda". They're probably telling the truth when they say that this is test data that wasn't supposed to go live, but it's still funny.
I would expect Trump to be way friendlier to Latveria. Doom seems like his kind of guy.
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JD wrote:
19 Dec 2019, 10:55
The Trump administration posted a list of agricultural tariffs as they applied to various countries, and one of the countries was "Wakanda". They're probably telling the truth when they say that this is test data that wasn't supposed to go live, but it's still funny.
Until they start making Vibranium available to other countries, Wakanda stays on the list.
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Aresen wrote:
19 Dec 2019, 11:27
JD wrote:
19 Dec 2019, 10:55
The Trump administration posted a list of agricultural tariffs as they applied to various countries, and one of the countries was "Wakanda". They're probably telling the truth when they say that this is test data that wasn't supposed to go live, but it's still funny.
Until they start making Vibranium available to other countries, Wakanda stays on the list.
Trump doesn't want the Vibranium Gap to be an election issue.
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Calling Christianity Today "left wing" has been a good laugh this morning.
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Pham Nuwen wrote:
20 Dec 2019, 12:18
Calling Christianity Today "left wing" has been a good laugh this morning.
FOXNEWS called the editorial "blistering", but I found it to be pretty even handed. It certainly gave Trump more benefit of the doubt that I would have.
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Between his vendetta against windmills and his desire to send Space Force to reach the unreachable star, my new nickname for him is Donald Quixote.
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thoreau wrote:
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Between his vendetta against windmills and his desire to send Space Force to reach the unreachable star, my new nickname for him is Donald Quixote.
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Aresen wrote:
23 Dec 2019, 21:31
thoreau wrote:
23 Dec 2019, 20:41
Between his vendetta against windmills and his desire to send Space Force to reach the unreachable star, my new nickname for him is Donald Quixote.
The Man of La Mancha did not have a bone spur and was willing to fight the unbeatable foe. The Man of Naranja, not so much.
Man of Naranja is a pretty dope nickname.
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Man of Naranja vs. El Hombre Cojete would be a comic worth reading.

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I prefer El Hombre Covfefe.
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https://www.politico.com/news/2019/12/2 ... ney-089454

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Pham Nuwen wrote:
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https://www.politico.com/news/2019/12/2 ... ney-089454

I am amused that the grifter's campaign is having money peeled away by grifters.
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