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Are They Really Out to Get Trump? Sometimes paranoia is justified

By Patrick   May 15, 10:29pm   1 link   4,508 views   210 comments   watch (2)   quote      

http://www.unz.com/pgiraldi/are-they-really-out-to-get-trump/

Two well-informed observers of the situation have recently joined in the discussion, Robert Parry of Consortiumnews and former CIA senior analyst Ray McGovern of the Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity. McGovern has noted, as have I, that there is one individual who has been curiously absent from the list of former officials who have been called in to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee. That is ex-CIA Director John Brennan, who many have long considered an extreme Obama/Hillary Clinton loyalist long rumored to be at the center of the information damaging to Team Trump sent to Washington by friendly intelligence services, including the British.

Ray suggests that Brennan and also Comey may been at the center of a “Deep State” combined CIA-NSA-FBI cabal working to discredit the Trump candidacy and delegitimize his presidency. Brennan in particular was uniquely well placed to fabricate the Russian hacker narrative that has been fully embraced by Congress and the media even though no actual evidence supporting that claim has yet been produced.

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171   CBOEtrader   691/692 = 99% civil   May 17, 12:48pm  ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

iwog says

It will very probably make the elite and entrenched much more powerful because they can now claim "We told you so!".

So he IS working w Hillary as her pied piper candidate. That theory makes more sense than Russian collusion.

172   Patrick   1721/1721 = 100% civil   May 17, 12:55pm  ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

CBOEtrader says

the media doesn't ask him reasonable questions like this. They don't engage him in productive conversation. They just scream Russia and impeach over and over again.

This is true.

The media is nutty lately, frothing at the mouth and desperately leaping from one unsubstantiated allegation to another. Their credibility has gone to shit.

To rebuild that credibility is going to be very hard. They could start by attempting a little bit of objectivity and neutrality.

173   jazz music   627/627 = 100% civil   May 17, 1:06pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Congressman Al Green from Texas called for Trump's impeachment today.

174   marcus   643/647 = 99% civil   May 17, 1:08pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike (2)   quote    

Patrick says

To rebuild that credibility is going to be very hard.

No. Reality has a liberal bis and you right wingers lost touch a long time ago. You'll always have Brietbart, Fox and the hate network that Trump and family probably start up (or buy) when he leaves.

At least 2/3rds of the people (about the came percentage that wants Trump out) have no problems with the media.

This is a big win for the right though too. Who would have thought that I would ever be relieved at the prospect of Mike Pence becoming president ?

175   iwog   1466/1467 = 99% civil   May 17, 1:10pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike (2)   quote    

Patrick says

This is true.

This is not true. It just appears that way because Donald Trump is a lunatic. If you're asking a lunatic questions, by necessity the questions sound crazy too even if the question is absolutely necessary.

Example:

Trump: "Obama wiretapped me"
Media question: "Is Obama still wiretapping you?"
Trump: "This interview is over!"

I can't fathom why the media is being blamed in all of this. It's not tinfoil hat creepers who are coming forward and accusing Trump of Russian corruption. It's individuals deep within Trump's own administration and deep within our security agencies. It's experts in foreign intelligence who have served for decades. It's academics who have made the study of Russia and/or hacking their lifelong avocation.

NONE OF THESE ACCUSATIONS ARE UNSUBSTANTIATED. Trump revealing classified information was supposed to be unsubstantiated right? Well Trump substantiated it. Comey lied right? Apparently not since documents are surfacing and perhaps even "tapes".

What so far has been fake news? Where supposedly are they losing credibility? I'd like to see an actual example here. Quoting unnamed sources has a long and honorable history INCLUDING the most famous examples during Watergate. Today it's being used like a dirty word. Why?

176   marcus   643/647 = 99% civil   May 17, 1:12pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike (1)   quote    

iwog says

What so far has been fake news? Where supposedly are they losing credibility?

Yeah, but they're being very mean mean mean, to focus on all that negative stuff.

With Obama they were focusing on his Nobel Peace Prize at this stage of his Presidency (AND HE WAS BLACK!). It's just not fair.

177   socal2   147/147 = 100% civil   May 17, 1:37pm  ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

marcus says

Reality has a liberal bis and you right wingers lost touch a long time ago.

Right - kind of like these realities that Liberals believe?

- There are more than 2 genders?
- There are no innate differences in the sexes?
- Single mothers with government assistance are just as good at raising children as a 2 parent family?
- Public Sector unions are awesome for government efficiency?
- Public Sector pensions are not Ponzi Schemes?
- If you like your Doctor, you can keep your Doctor.......period?
- Third Trimester unborn babies are nothing but a "clump of cells"?
- We are facing "Peak Oil"?
- There is epidemic of rape occurring on college campuses?
- Women make $.77/dollar compared to a man?
- Socialism is awesome, it is just implemented wrong time and time again.....

178   iwog   1466/1467 = 99% civil   May 17, 1:41pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike (1)   quote    

socal2 says

Right - kind of like these realities that Liberals believe?

Horseshit. "Liberals" don't believe most of those things. SJWs believe some of them and they are a small minority who sometimes align themselves with the left but are actually very anti-liberal.

Also a few of those bullet points are pure bullshit with no explanation necessary.

179   PCGyver   295/295 = 100% civil   May 17, 1:43pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

180   socal2   147/147 = 100% civil   May 17, 1:49pm  ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

iwog says

Horseshit. "Liberals" don't believe most of those things.

They (the Democrat party) believe in all of those things IWOG.

Can you provide examples of any mainstream Democrat politicians that goes against any of those positions listed above?

Maybe 20 years ago you could find some moderate Democrats going against those issues, but the Democrat party has moved so far left into the SJW universe they are fucking insane.

181   iwog   1466/1467 = 99% civil   May 17, 1:52pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike (1)   quote    

socal2 says

They (the Democrat party) believe in all of those things IWOG.

Nope, they don't. They pander just like all politicians pander. I'm sure many Democrats are atheists but how many will admit it?

182   socal2   147/147 = 100% civil   May 17, 2:00pm  ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

iwog says

Nope, they don't. They pander just like all politicians pander. I'm sure many Democrats are atheists but how many will admit it?

That makes it better? They just pander to all the bullshit SJW stuff about genders, feminism, rape and hate crime claims? They just pander to the corrupt and bankrupting public sector unions?

183   komputodo   108/108 = 100% civil   May 17, 2:08pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

iwog says

CBOEtrader says

He ran for office, turned their weaponized political correctness against them, and won. Ya know, for starters.

This is what you consider winning?

Even if Trump survives this, (he wont) he'll be the most hated president in history, the most ridiculed, and internationally he'll be considered a good reason why Americans should never be trusted again.

This is a win in your book?

Internationally, Ameicans will never be trusted again? Does that mean they will quit begging for foreign aid? That they will not welcome obese bermuda short and flip flop shod american tourists with their dollars to their country? Does that mean they will quit buying up all the good properties and businesses in the USA? What does that mean?

184   marcus   643/647 = 99% civil   May 17, 3:57pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike (2)   quote    

socal2 says

Right - kind of like these realities that Liberals believe?

- There are more than 2 genders?

- There are no innate differences in the sexes?

Another dimbulb who needs to use the most strident freakish SJW as some sort of representative of the typical liberal.

You prove my point about how far removed you are from reality. I don't believe any of your supposed tenets of liberalism. Maybe one or two.

185   marcus   643/647 = 99% civil   May 17, 3:59pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike (1)   quote    

marcus says

socal2 says

Right - kind of like these realities that Liberals believe?

- There are more than 2 genders?


- There are no innate differences in the sexes?

Another dimbulb who needs to use the most strident freakish SJW as some sort of representative of the typical liberal.

You prove my point about how far removed you are from reality. I don't believe m0ore than one or two of your supposed tenets of liberalism.

186   TwoScoopsMcGee   1137/1137 = 100% civil   May 17, 5:45pm  ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike   quote    

Dan8267 says

There is far more evidence of his crimes than there were of Obama's or Hillary's. You are being partisan.

Dan, Different Treatment:

187   marcus   643/647 = 99% civil   May 17, 5:58pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike (1)   quote    

Lashkar_i_Trumpi says

Different Treatment:

Aren't you embarrassed. Oh, no, I forgot.

Stupid though. Do you actually think that the issue is or ever was whether or not to share intelligence about terrorists with Russia ? You think that's what people are bothered about ? That would make no sense.

IT's about it being highly classified, and Trump willy nilly declassifying it without even consulting with anyone. It is exactly extreme hubris. Of course he fired most of the state department diplomats too. Based on what ? Do we know ?

I wonder whether the leak might have been the Russians. They don't necessarily like having Trump as President. THey just like seeing chaos and a breakdown in America. How could they possibly have fucked us over worse than by getting Trump elected President. Maybe they reckon by getting him impeached after they get elected. That would have to make Putin feel pretty powerful if he could accomplish both, right ?

188   socal2   147/147 = 100% civil   May 17, 7:31pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

marcus says

Another dimbulb who needs to use the most strident freakish SJW as some sort of representative of the typical liberal.

Those are all MAINSTREAM positions of your Democrat party.

Can you show me a single Democrat that has criticized let alone passed any legislation against any of those issues?

189   socal2   147/147 = 100% civil   May 17, 7:37pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

marcus says

How could they possibly have fucked us over worse than by getting Trump elected President.

If the Russians really swung the election for Trump, they fucked themselves by getting a pro-oil man elected which is breaking the back of OPEC and Russia's petro-state.

Trump openly campaigned on dramatically increasing America's energy production (and our military), while Hillary was campaigning on limiting gas and oil production which would make us like Germany and more hostage to OPEC and Russia for our energy needs.

190   BayAreaObserver   271/271 = 100% civil   May 19, 11:20am  ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

Is there any question now that the Deep State is preparing to expel President Donald Trump from the body politic like a necrotic organ? The Golden Golem of Greatness has floundered pretty badly on the job, it’s true, but his mighty adversaries in the highly politicized federal agencies want him to fail spectacularly, and fast, and they have a lot of help from the NY Times / WashPo / CNN axis of hysteria, as well as such slippery swamp creatures as Lindsey Graham.

There are more problematic layers in this matter than in a Moldavian wedding cake. America has been functionally ungovernable for quite a while, well before Trump arrived on the scene. His predecessor managed to misdirect the nation’s attention from the cumulative dysfunction with sheer charm and supernatural placidity — NoDrama Obama. But there were a few important things he could have accomplished as chief exec, such as directing his attorney general to prosecute Wall Street crime (or fire the attorney general and replace him with someone willing to do the job). He could have broken up the giant TBTF banks. He could have aggressively sponsored legislation to overcome the Citizens United SOTUS decision (unlimited corporate money in politics) by redefining corporate “citizenship.” Stuff like that. But he let it slide, and the nation slid with him down a greasy chute of political collapse.

Which we find embodied in Trump, a sort of tragicomic figure who manages to compound all of his other weaknesses of character with a childish impulsiveness that scares folks. It is debatable whether he has simply been rendered incompetent by the afflictions heaped on by his adversaries, or if he is just plain incompetent in, say, the 25th Amendment way. I think we’ll find out soon enough, because impeachment is a very long and arduous path out of this dark place.

The most curious feature of the current crisis, of course, is the idiotic Russia story that has been the fulcrum for levering Trump out of the White House. This was especially funny the past week with the episode involving Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov and Ambassador Kislyak conferring with Trump in the White House about aviation security around the Middle East. The media and the Lindsey Graham wing of the Deep State acted as if Trump had entertained Focalor and Vepar, the Dukes of Hell, in the oval office.

Why do you suppose nations employ foreign ministers and ambassadors, if not to conduct conversations at the highest level with other national leaders? And might these conversations include matters of great sensitivity, that is, classified information? If you doubt that then you have no understanding of geopolitics or history.

The General Mike Flynn story is especially a crack-up. Did he accept a twenty thousand dollar speaking fee from the Russian news outlet RT in his interlude as a private citizen? How does that compare to the millions sucked in by the Clinton Foundation in pay-to-play deal when Madame was secretary of state? Or her six-figure speeches to Goldman Sachs and their ilk. Are private citizens forbidden to accept speaking fees or consulting fees from countries that we are not at war with? I’d like to know how many other alumni of the Bill Clinton, Bush-II and Obama admins have hired themselves out on this basis. Scores and scores, I would bet.

Trump’s adversaries might not get any traction on the Russia story, but they may enrage the rogue elephant Trump enough in the process that he will appear sufficiently incompetent to run him over with the 25th Amendment, and I think that is the plan for now. Of course, there are some jokers in the deck. A really striking one is the story of murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich last July. He was shot in the back on the street outside his apartment one night by persons as yet unknown, and twelve days later over 40,000 DNC emails landed at Wikileaks. His laptop is reportedly in the possession of the DC cops — if it hasn’t been dumped in the Potomac. I’m generally allergic to conspiracy theories, but this looks like an especially ugly story, which might ultimately be clarified if-or-when Julian Assange of Wikileaks ever divulges the source of that data dump. Anyway, the new Special Counsel at the DOJ, former FBI Director Robert Mueller, may have to venture down that dark trail.

One way or another, though, the Deep State is determined to drive Trump from office. In the final rounds of this struggle, Trump might conceivably undertake a sudden swamp-draining operation: the firing of a great many politicized Intelligence Community officers, especially the ones legally culpable for leaking classified information to media — another area that Mr. Mueller could also shine a light on. The colossal security apparatus of this country — especially the fairly new giant NSA — has become a monster eating America. Somebody needs to literally cut it down to size. Perhaps that’s the Deep State’s main motive in moving heaven and earth to dump Trump.

When they do, of course, they are libel to foment an insurrection every bit as ugly as the dust-up that followed the shelling of Fort Sumter. Trump, whatever you think of him — and I’ve never been a fan, to put it mildly — was elected for a reason: the ongoing economic collapse of the nation, and the suffering of a public without incomes or purposeful employment. That part of the common weal is liable to completely whirl down the drain later this year in something like a currency crisis or a depressionary market meltdown (for IWOG) engineered by yet another Deep State player, the Federal Reserve. That and the ejection of Trump could coincide with disastrous results.

http://kunstler.com/clusterfuck-nation/monster-eating-nation/

191   zzyzzx   559/559 = 100% civil   May 19, 11:33am  ↑ like (3)   ↓ dislike   quote    

192   Dan8267   2465/2497 = 98% civil   May 19, 11:56am  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Yes, the DNC is lead by a bunch of hypocrites. No, that doesn't mean Trump hasn't committed a crime. Obstruction of justice is a crime. The DNC is irrelevant to this. So call out the DNC for hypocrisy while you put Trump in handcuffs.

193   curious2   514/514 = 100% civil   May 19, 1:11pm  ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

BayAreaObserver says

[President Trump's] mighty adversaries in the highly politicized federal agencies want him to fail spectacularly, and fast, and they have a lot of help from the NY Times / WashPo / CNN axis of hysteria, as well as such slippery swamp creatures as Lindsey Graham.

Part of that results from MIC & Saudi bloodlust demanding war in Syria and hijrah into NATO. Part of it results from MSM having become totally committed to their incredibly exaggerated and sometimes imaginary narrative about Donald Trump: their credibility and identities as the "smart" people depend on the President leaving office before he has time to prove he isn't Hitler.

Unfortunately, he's giving the MIC & Saudis much of what they wanted: more military spending, three illegal attacks on Syria so far, more weapons and support for the wars in Syria and Yemen. The MIC and their Saudi clients appear to be using the threat of investigations and phony charges to make him do what they want.

Even more unfortunately, Democrats are failing to follow Bernie Sanders' lead and draft legislation consistent with the good promises that candidate Trump campaigned on. Democrats should be writing and advocating legislation based on the good things he said. Instead, too many Democrats have decided to become part of the problem, campaigning for more war and hijrah, partly because they get their $$$ from the same sources as the Republicans, and partly because their identities and credibility depend on the fake news narrative that the MSM have been pushing. It's crowd dynamics: they compete to denounce the President and all of his works and all of his temptations, thus proving their loyalty to the misled crowd, while at the same time further misleading the crowd.

194   TwoScoopsMcGee   1137/1137 = 100% civil   May 19, 1:44pm  ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

curious2 says

their credibility and identities as the "smart" people depend on the President leaving office before he has time to prove he isn't Hitler.

Lionel, long time Talk Radio and Lawyer, talks about how all the people in his circle lap up everything anonymous rumor the WaPo and NYT puts out daily.

Today it was an Anonymous Source claiming they fingered somebody they are keeping Anonymous is the Leaker in the WH. Who probably is a member of Alcoholics Anonymous and was hacked by Anonymous. Only a Trumptard would be skeptical of such a story.

195   jazz music   627/627 = 100% civil   May 19, 2:24pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike (2)   quote    

Lashkar_i_Trumpi says

Talk Radio and Lawyer, talks about how all the people in his circle lap up everything anonymous rumor the WaPo and NYT puts out daily.

Trump's continual gaffes actually do happen that Trump calls fake news after fueling conspiracy theories for years over Barack Obama's birth certificate! This is a guy who spread the fake news that the father of his Republican leadership rival Ted Cruz was involved in the assassination of John F. Kennedy! This is a guy who openly lied about having seen Muslims in New Jersey celebrating the September 11th attacks (the only 9/11 celebrations that were ever actually verified were a bunch of deliriously happy Israelis). This Trump is the guy who claimed that climate change is a conspiracy invented by the Chinese!

And Trump having 1,000 paid russian trolls to spread fake news against Hillary Clinton. You remember pizza gate that the Clintons were involved in child sex for hire all over Facebook and Google?

YOU CAN'T HELP BUT GET NUMB TO THE DAILY OUTRAGEOUSNESS OF TRUMP AND JUST SOOOOOO MUCH ALT RIGHT BULLSHIT.

It's too much to remember. I'm sure you forgot about a few of the things on the list above already. The barrage grinds us all down.

So the name of the Trump game is still gas lighting and false equivalency because barrages of lies from a couple dozen web sites, 24/7 Fox and coast to coast radio bully boy celebs still aren't enough to get everyone's head spinning around.

Poor poor cheeto jesus FUCK!

196   Fucking White Male   223/224 = 99% civil   May 19, 8:50pm  ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

Dan8267 says

Yes, the DNC is lead by a bunch of hypocrites. No, that doesn't mean Trump hasn't committed a crime. Obstruction of justice is a crime. The DNC is irrelevant to this. So call out the DNC for hypocrisy while you put Trump in handcuffs.

You actually have an ample amount of right of center people who think Trump deserves most of the criticism heaped on him....but because of the continued MSM and Democrat hysteria, they are forced to first fight against that.

Biggest cases in point are John McCain and Ann Coulter.

If the MSM would shut up for a bit with the fake anonymous sources, the country might right itself a bit.

197   Booger   344/344 = 100% civil   May 21, 4:10pm  ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike   quote    

198   Dan8267   2465/2497 = 98% civil   May 21, 5:10pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike (1)   quote    

Fucking White Male says

If the MSM would shut up for a bit with the fake anonymous sources, the country might right itself a bit.

As long as Fox News and conservative media is spitting out false information on everything from Benghazi to climate change, a partisan counterpoint is needed. We can all go to neutral PBS when the propaganda machine is no longer working.

199   Dan8267   2465/2497 = 98% civil   May 21, 5:14pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Booger says

You think that's bad? Remember how Fox News reported Obama's first day in office?

Black man enters the White House claiming to be president. No comment on the incident from the Secret Service. However, sources tell us that the entire Bush family had to leave the White House because of this and there current whereabouts are unknown. Attempts to remove the black man from the White House have been unsuccessful.

200   TwoScoopsMcGee   1137/1137 = 100% civil   May 21, 6:00pm  ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike   quote    

jazz music says

It's too much to remember. I'm sure you forgot about a few of the things on the list above already. The barrage grinds us all down.

NOPE. Sorry, the WaPo itself reported "a number of arrests"...
https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/2001/09/18/northern-new-jersey-draws-probers-eyes/40f82ea4-e015-4d6e-a87e-93aa433fafdc/
... and local NY/NJ Stations covered the apartments close to the mosques in NJ, and the interviewed the Cops who said they remembered going to the apartment complexes "8 years ago" - during the first WTC bombing.

Those complexes were packed with Jihadi symps around a radical, Islamist Mosque.

Just a couple of blocks away from that Jersey City apartment the F.B.I. raided yesterday and had evidence removed, there is another apartment building, one that investigators told me, quote, was swarming with suspects — suspects who I’m told were cheering on the roof when they saw the planes slam into the Trade Center. Police were called to the building by neighbors and found eight men celebrating, six of them tenants in the building.

The F.B.I. and other terrorist task force agencies arrived, and the older investigators on the task force recalled that they had been to this building before, eight years ago, when the first World Trade Center attack led them to Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman, whose Jersey City mosque lies between the two buildings getting attention today. And the older investigators remember that the suspects that eventually got convicted for the first Trade Center case … lived in the building where these same eight men were celebrating the destruction that they saw from the roof. Calling this a hot address, the task force investigators ordered everyone detained.

How much is a "swarm" or a "number"? People called into radio and TV shows all that week talking about Muslims dancing on rooftops AND in the Streets.

201   Tim Aurora   177/177 = 100% civil   May 21, 6:17pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike (1)   quote    

Fucking White Male says

You actually have an ample amount of right of center people who think Trump deserves most of the criticism heaped on him....but because of the continued MSM and Democrat hysteria, they are forced to first fight against that.

All the credit for exposing Trump goes to MSM . Not Democrats , not Republicans and not right wing Media. So you can support or oppose Trump, do not blame MSM for your actions.

202   Booger   344/344 = 100% civil   May 21, 7:23pm  ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

203   BayAreaObserver   271/271 = 100% civil   3:47am today  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Not sure if I posted these before and while a lot of you don't care for Taibbi, he is and has been questioning "Russiagate"...

http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/features/taibbi-how-did-russiagate-start-w482262

Back in October of 2016...

http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/features/something-about-this-russia-story-stinks-w458439

204   zzyzzx   559/559 = 100% civil   9:37am today  ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

205   TwoScoopsMcGee   1137/1137 = 100% civil   10:59am today  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

BayAreaObserver says

Not sure if I posted these before and while a lot of you don't care for Taibbi, he is and has been questioning "Russiagate"...

Yep. Greenwald and Taibbi haven't changed their stripes, they're principled people.

206   marcus   643/647 = 99% civil   12:17pm today  ↑ like   ↓ dislike (1)   quote    

zzyzzx says

Yes of course there was so much substance to the Hillary scandals and they were so enormous, on fox news that is.

Behghazi is probably the worst of the three, and it's all about her speculating for a day or two about the cause before retracting her guess as to the reason for it. Meanwhile dozens of similar incidents under previous Presidents (even the huge terrorist bombing of a base in Lebanon in the Reagan years) were never blamed on a politician.

207   curious2   514/514 = 100% civil   12:57pm today  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

marcus says

Behghazi [sic]

If you are going to insist upon writing about that place, you might at least learn to spell properly, and what was actually happening in that particular chapter of Hillary's War.

Also, if you are going to post comments that expose willful ignorance on your part, you might at least refrain from calling everyone else "dimbulbs", which makes you seem like switched off bulb. In some threads, you've called "dimbulbs" some of the most intelligent commenters on PatNet, people whose IQs are likely more than 20 points higher than yours. You write like a guy who might be 5'10" and has no other way of being even slightly above average, so he calls everyone "shorty", but keeps his eyes shut so he won't see that some of the people he calls "shorty" are noticeably taller than he is. I'll give you partial credit for the time you deleted calling me a "retard", but I suspect you deleted that only because using that particular word might get you in trouble if a school administrator found it. Instead of "retard", you write "dimbulb", over and over again, like a prayer, wishing others were dumberer. You should rather consider trying to make yourself smarter. Especially if you are actually trying to teach, you might encourage people to try harder and learn more, rather than choosing ignorance and dismissing everyone who disagrees with you as "dimbulbs".

208   YesYNot   1009/1010 = 99% civil   1:49pm today  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

curious2 says

you might at least learn to spell properly,

Jedus Christ. The fuckstick hit the enighboring h key instead of the n key. Who would do sucj a thing? What a dumb fuck!!!!!!

209   curious2   514/514 = 100% civil   1:55pm today  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

YesYNot says

Who would do sucj a thing?

Can you find any example where he has ever misspelled "dimbulb"?

210   YesYNot   1009/1010 = 99% civil   1:59pm today  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

curious2 says

Can you find any example

Hold on a minute while I search.

No, that doesn't sound fun at all. I'm just going to go shoot myself, instead.

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