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The learned tone they strive for is less and less able to disguise the shrillness, that's for sure.

 

Particularly the cherry picked poll threads that claim to be about trends.

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7 mins ago, Riverboat33 said:

No, but I like how you went directly to personal insults in the title, instead of pretending you wanted to discuss something.

As the OP clearly states I would like to discuss the delusional threads tomkaz starts on a regular basis.

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27 mins ago, moonbat said:

The learned tone they strive for is less and less able to disguise the shrillness, that's for sure.

 

Particularly the cherry picked poll threads that claim to be about trends.

Seriously.....

 

Love the quid pro quo denial too.Even my dog understands the concept.of a quid pro quo. If i shake the box of milk bones she knows she needs to sit to get one. It doesn't need to be explained to my dog just like it didn't need to be explained to Ukraine. It's not complicated

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22 mins ago, Hokepokey said:

As the OP clearly states I would like to discuss the delusional threads tomkaz starts on a regular basis.

That's a troll

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8 mins ago, Hokepokey said:

Seriously.....

 

Love the quid pro quo denial too.Even my dog understands the concept.of a quid pro quo. If i shake the box of milk bones she knows she needs to sit to get one. It doesn't need to be explained to my dog just like it didn't need to be explained to Ukraine. It's not complicated

Oh, but Zelensky said there was no quid pro quo!!!!!

 

Well, duh.  If he wants more biscuits later from this administration he will sit quietly and be a good doggie.

 

Zelensky ain't stupid.

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Santa Claus Accused Of Quid Pro Quo For Giving Children Gifts In Exchange For Good Behavior
December 14th, 2019

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U.S.—Legislators have begun to hold hearings on impeaching Santa Claus after an overheard conversation seemed to imply he was offering a quid pro quo: gifts in exchange for good behavior.


FBI agents spied on Claus at various malls as he repeatedly said things like, "Sure, I'll get you a pony. But first, I need you to do something for me... be a good little boy!" The FBI was able to obtain a FISA warrant to spy on Claus, because it's easier to get a FISA warrant than to get a Costco membership.

 

"Ho ho noooooo!" Santa Claus cried as investigators leaped out and cuffed him at a Dayton, OH mall. "Not good! Sad!"

 

"It was a perfect conversation," Claus said, defending himself in a series of fiery tweets. "Absolutely perfect. I was simply talking to little Billy and asked him to keep tabs on his sister, Sally, who has been involved in some corruption. Who doesn't want to stop corruption? Did I offer Billy a new Nintendo Switch in exchange for his good behavior? Possibly. Am I planning on giving Sally coal because she's a little punk? Maybe. Where's my lawyer?"

 

Unfortunately, he was assigned a public defender, who turned out to be Rudy Giuliani.

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34 mins ago, Riverboat33 said:

No, but I like how you went directly to personal insults in the title, instead of pretending you wanted to discuss something.

There is a place where facts and insults sometimes merge into one, Grasshopper. :D

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Articles Of Impeachment Updated To Read 'Orange Man Bad'
December 16th, 2019

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WASHINGTON, D.C.—The two articles of impeachment leveled against President Trump were originally announced to be abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

 

These didn't poll very well, however, so Democrats went back to the drawing board to come up with something that might play well with their base of radicals. Nancy Pelosi announced Monday that the articles of impeachment will now just read, "ORANGE MAN BAD" in giant letters.

"It's clear, to the point, and honest," said Pelosi. "We congresspeople aren't very used to honesty, so we'll see how this goes. But hopefully, people will see the crime of Trump being a bad orange man definitely rises to the level of high crimes and misdemeanors."

 

Pelosi admitted the first two articles they introduced were drummed-up charges and that this one's "the real deal."

 

Trump fired back, pointing out that being a bad orange man isn't an impeachable offense. "Show me where in the Constitution it says you can't be a brave man of color and also do bad stuff. It's not there. You can't do it. The do-nothing Democrats are EMPTY-HANDED! SAD!"

 

"ORANGE MAN GOOD! ORANGE MAN GOOD!" he chanted, trying to get his aides to chant along, but they only did so half-heartedly.

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9 mins ago, Hokepokey said:

Seriously.....

 

Love the quid pro quo denial too.Even my dog understands the concept.of a quid pro quo. If i shake the box of milk bones she knows she needs to sit to get one. It doesn't need to be explained to my dog just like it didn't need to be explained to Ukraine. It's not complicated

If it's obvious and not complicated, why didn't they include QPQ in the articles of impeachment ?

 

 

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