Forum posts made by wellmademale

Topic Presidential offspring - out of bounds or fair game..?
Posted 27 May 2017 16:27

I thought these unethical slumlords were supposed to mind the family business and stay the hell out of the political arena?

They and their father & sister are trying to run America like they've operated their various shady businesses. And people thought that would be a good idea.

Topic donald trump for president
Posted 27 May 2017 10:57

Nice to see Macron putting this attention seeking buffoon in his place.

Topic Potus45 - Will he be impeached?
Posted 26 May 2017 12:00

What will be interesting will be to see how far the investigations get before the 2018 election and their impact on GOP candidates.

Four years of him and his Cabinet may well be enough for the American people.

The only real drawback of these types of investigations, is that they take a long time to come to any conclusions. Trump could well last the entire 4 years of his first term (and he could even be re-elected).

The Iran/Contra hearings started before George HW Bush (a major figure in that fiasco) managed to win the election in 1988, while those hearings were occurring. Lawrence Walsh , the then equivalent to Robert Mueller began his investigations in late 1986, and didn't wrap things up for nearly six years. Reagan finished his second term and Bush handily defeated Dukakis.

At the end of Iran/Contra, several people were indicted and sentenced to prison, and then Geo HW Bush pardoned six of the prime obfuscating conspirators in December of 1992 (after losing that year's election to Clinton). The Valerie Plame (CIA Outing) investigation started in January 2004 and its results weren't published until 2005 after the 2004 Presidential election.

So there's every chance that Mueller's investigation can determine who the traitors are this time around, while Trump continues to raise havoc for the full term (s)...

These investigations all take a great deal of time, and even then...pardons can keep the most egregious players from ever serving any prison time at all.

I wouldn't hold my breath for Trump to be impeached. Resigning while feigning ill health (only to declare some sort of victory against THE MAN) is more Trump's forte.

** Look at the debacle in Montana the last few days. Even though that asshat physically assaulted the Guardian reporter, then lied about the situation and was caught in his lie by the FOX news trio - he was elected by Montanans to take their sole representative seat in congress. The people are fed up with business-as-usual Democrat corporatists and they'll vote for any dredge that opposes what is perceived as being even worse than they are.

The Republicans suck majorly. But what Hillary represented sucked even worse. Now we have to live in the sewer for a few to several years and try to right the ship in 2020/24.

I'm not sure that a civil war might not be quicker, just as costly and even more decisive in the end.

Topic donald trump for president
Posted 25 May 2017 17:56

President Tiny Hands, insults Germany - and gets P'wned while shaking hands .

The Trump Tour is both worrisome and yet, hilarity to the nth degree.

Come home Mr President, the FBI needs to talk with your son-in-law. The Europeans were tired of your con-artist shit before you even arrived.

Topic donald trump for president
Posted 23 May 2017 21:56

Swamp Draining Trump? Negatory. evil4

But he is actively restocking that cesspool; remaking it in his own corrupt image. A Drain.JPG

Topic Our hardworking President...
Posted 22 May 2017 16:37

Sinkhole opens in front of Mar-a-Lago , the swamp draining begins.

*Actions have consequences, people.


Topic Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted 18 May 2017 06:51

Topic Potus45 - Will he be impeached?
Posted 18 May 2017 06:33

The evidence is everywhere.

The FBI is going to paint all the numbers for us over the next few months. But you can partially see what they have to work with. Plain Sight.JPG

Topic Potus45 - Will he be impeached?
Posted 18 May 2017 04:10

I think it's a little early, too. There's a lot of talking and not a lot of evidence. Or at least not evidence that mere mortals are allowed to see.

There is a literal boatload of evidence tying Trump to a couple dozen bad actors and conniving miscreants (just inside America) to the equally corrupt Russian mobsters and even Putin.

The justice department and the FBI have been digging around and trying to connect the dots, at least since last summer. Grand juries are empaneled (and have been for several weeks now). Subpeonas have just started being sent within the last week and indictments will follow (back room deals are probably being negotiated and accepted or denied, as well).

We mortals won't see much real evidence or even a finished painting for quite awhile yet. But like a jigsaw puzzle, the evidence is littered all over the table (with some pieces fallen on the floor and kicked under the furniture out of our easy sight).

I'd hate to be in the cross hairs of the FBI, and especially since Trump has gone out of his way to belittle and irritate them.

The only real question is - will he slink off in resignation while hoping for a pardon, or is he spending 10-20 (a life sentence) for having betrayed America while profiting.

His ties to Russia go back decades. His treachery - likewise. He didn't just recently decide to start giving away secrets to Russia and those who bailed his broke-dick ass out of massive debt years ago.

He's a careless, habitual criminal and we're seeing him at his breaking point almost daily lately. Hopefully sane people will disregard any blathering tweets he directs towards launching nukes something truly desperate.

I do look forward to him lecturing the Saudis about Islam though. That should be as entertaining as him meeting with Israel's prime minister (after he gave up Mossad's ISIS information to his Russian puppet master last week).

What a clown show. Running the Presidency as if it were a four time bankrupt real estate outfit.

Topic Presidential offspring - out of bounds or fair game..?
Posted 17 May 2017 11:57

The EB-5 Visa programme was introduced in 1990 and has been supported by every President since.
President Trump approved the continuation of the program when he took office, under his job creation initiatives.
Who you know and who you are/can be associated with has always been a huge business advantage.

I don't recall any other President (nor his close family members) profiting by association to the office of President with regard to this program. Perhaps you can provide some examples of where the close relatives of George Herbert Walker Bush, Bill Clinton, George W Bush or Obama have profited in such a manner as the Kushner's are attempting?

Topic Potus45 - Will he be impeached?
Posted 15 May 2017 18:45

He isn't a lifelong anything, really.

He's a lifelong influence purchasing scuzzbucket. He's bought more politicians (than he's cast votes) from any party that could benefit him. He's a lifelong plague upon humanity. And he knows a little something about being an attention whore.

Topic Presidential offspring - out of bounds or fair game..?
Posted 15 May 2017 18:38

Lost amidst the turmoil created by 45 (hereafter known as President Traitor) is this juicy tidbit.

The Kushner's were 'offering' EB-5 Visas to any Chinese investors , or hell - anyone who would invest $500,000.00 with them in whatever dubious scheme they were pitching.

Any other time, this would be the lead scandalous story emanating from this administration. Since President Traitor is doing a bang up job himself creating havoc, this situation in China has flown off the radar.

These illicit motherfuckers must be stopped and jailed.

Topic Potus45 - Will he be impeached?
Posted 15 May 2017 15:11

Trump provides classified information to Russians last week in his private oval office meeting.'t I Crazy.JPG

Topic Potus45 - Will he be impeached?
Posted 15 May 2017 14:47

In my view of a perfect world, Trump will either be impeached or resign in disgrace - Pence will be prosecuted for a litany of illegal acts he too has committed and Paul Ryan will be indicted for knowingly committing money laundering with the Russian oligarchs.

Leaving octogenarian Orrin Hatch as a lame duck President of the United States - at least Louise Mensch has this theory as well.

Republicans have Breitbart, Cernovich and Drudge as their gospel go-to sites.

I choose Mensch, PalmerReport, Politico and RawStory for my insider evil4 info.

Topic Pussy smell
Posted 13 May 2017 11:42

Is this why you hate looking in the mirror? I know you've had a rough decade or two...but I still believe in you old fella.

Ask me how I knew the stinkiest pussy on the entire site, would rush in to chide me on this thread... evil4

Topic Presidential offspring - out of bounds or fair game..?
Posted 13 May 2017 11:39

It's long been accepted that the children of the President should not be made fun of or criticized for any reasons. However that rule of etiquette has not always been observed nor has it protected Amy Carter nor Chelsea Clinton from being attacked for how they looked during their youth. Both were plagued by small r - republican dickhead (I'm thinking Rush Limbaugh and his ilk) commentators for the entire time their father(s) served as the President.

The Bush twins and the Obama children were left alone (to some extent) and before them, the Kennedy 'kids' were pretty much adored for the short period of time their father was in office.

The adult children of Johnson, Nixon, Ford & Carter - pretty much stayed out of the public limelight, while the adult children of Reagan actively sought to use their positions to promote their own beliefs (which differed from their father).

However, the adult children of Trump, with the exception of the daughter he seems to mostly ignore unless it's beneficial to him in some way - have gone out of their way to try to capitalize and cash in on their father's notoriety. And that is appalling to me.

Are these adults - off limits, from critique or are they fair game. This image tells you what I think.

Topic Pussy smell
Posted 13 May 2017 01:27

I most certainly would be tentative around any defiant pussy, regardless of any particular scents.

Topic Repeal and Replace
Posted 12 May 2017 14:34

This week - in cartoons.'sAmerica.JPG


Topic Our hardworking President...
Posted 11 May 2017 21:45

Those sneaky Rooskies tricked us! Notice the photo credit above - evil4

Topic Our hardworking President...
Posted 11 May 2017 15:05

Trump's ass is grass and the FBI is the lawnmower.

Topic Our hardworking President...
Posted 11 May 2017 13:54

Ya know... maybe, when this corrupt motherfucker says your letter firing your FBI Director - was inappropriate (heheh), then perhaps it really was. riiiight.JPG

That Trump is one crazy fucker.

Topic Our hardworking President...
Posted 09 May 2017 19:56

Thankfully, our hard working President Trump has taken the advice of his self recused Attorney General, and fired that meddling, bumbling, inept FBI director this afternoon. They were both appalled at how he handled the Hillary Clinton investigation and how shabbily James Comey treated her in the eleven days prior to last November's general election.

Although they could have replaced him the day that Trump was inaugurated, they chose to keep Comey around until day 109 of the Trump administration.

No mention of the brewing FBI criminal investigation into the Russia/Trump campaign collusion. Which, I'm sure, played no part in Trump's decision to shit can his inherited FBI director. evil4

They may have waited too long, as it is.

This smells like the 1973 Nixon firing of Archibald Cox, when tricky dick tried to slam the door shut on the Watergate investigation and drown the whole thing in the bathtub.

What the fuck is a recusal worth, these days? Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions officially recused himself from any further oversight or involvement with both Hillary Clinton's situations and with the Trump/Russian probe. Then he comes out of recusal to recommend firing Comey for how he 'mishandled' the Clinton situation last October?

The same situation that Donald Trump was ecstatic and congratulating Comey for up until today? Nutbag

Thanks Trump voters, without your vote for this crazy fucker, I'd never have known what it was like to live in a banana republic. This guy agrees.

Topic Repeal and Replace
Posted 08 May 2017 13:51

After months of scrambling to come up with some kind of workable plan, the GOP finally revealed a bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. What do you think of it?

It appears as though it's going to be a huge tax cut for the wealthy, at the expense of health coverage for millions of Americans. In the Republican point of view, that's a clean sweep.

Just another vehicle to give millionaires and billionaires some aid and comfort.

Not just my opinion, but this guy's too.

Topic Trump attacks Syria
Posted 23 Apr 2017 12:22

You're right that it won't change my mind. Jimmy Dore doesn't bring anything new into the discussion. He simply repeats the same MIT professor, who again ignores basic physics. Any object dropped from a great height at high speed is likely to crush on impact, especially if the object was designed for it. It doesn't need an explosive placed on top of it for that.

The United States, under the Obama administration, had been drone bombing 'suspected terrorists' for 8 years, killing hundreds of innocent people simultaneously.

I don't recall you nor many here, taking issue with the massive collateral deaths.

Obama really missed out on some death and mayhem in Syria alone, according to you warmongers. He should've have been unleashing hell - constantly, using your recent reasoning.

The neo-liberals of the Hillary Clinton camp, and the neo-cons of the Bush/Cheney mindset - all love war. I get that. It's repulsive to me. You people will ignore any evidence or lack of evidence, and promote anything irrational in order to push your agenda.

America has been bombing the shit out of the that part of the world since before 9/11...and look where we are today. Still bombing, still killing, still justifying.

Topic Trump attacks Syria
Posted 20 Apr 2017 08:25

Most of this video is based on the fact that the doctor says it's chlorine and later says it's definitely not. But that's not proof that there's some conspiracy going on. Perhaps chlorine is what the initially believed the incoming patients were suffering from, only to find out later that it was not chlorine after all.
The rest of the video is just someone desperately trying to find 'evidence' that their conspiracy theory is correct.

I found a video which showed people (doctors/rescue personnel and/or 'investigators') not using proper hazmat clothing while handling supposedly super toxic bio-chem contaminated people or environmental material.

I could've dug around a bit more to find even more video of the same stupid shit. You can too, it's out there.

But go ahead and ignore the bigger picture here.

We've been lied to many times in the past and we're being lied to now, all while America willingly kills millions with depleted uranium all over the world. And we supposedly give a shit about 70 people in Syria?

Okay boss.

Topic Trump attacks Syria
Posted 20 Apr 2017 08:20

My main point is that there is no concrete evidence one way or the other. But yet, Trump orders a 59 missile fusillade, (where more than 50% of the 1.5 million Tomahawks failed to even reach their designated target). This was as much of a rush to judgement based on bullshit - as was the last Iraq war based upon a fictitious yellow cake uranium threat.

As evidence, you post a Youtube video? Surely, THAT would never be faked? Oh, wait...

Here's another video to watch just a few moments of. I don't expect it to change your mind or opinion. But it is another point of view and especially at Lush, I do expect people to have open minds.

Topic Trump attacks Syria
Posted 20 Apr 2017 00:38

This is after chasing down one of the links you rely upon from your expert in London, found in the below clip taken from his article.

I'm guessing since there's no link on this page to information about sarin - that the link highlighted in yellow, must contain the valid information.

This .pdf - authored in January 1973 makes no mention of sarin and in fact, is simply a summary report on predicting consequences of chemical disposal operations. Basically, his link - pretending to be authoritative, goes to pure bullshit unrelated to what he's trying to sell anyone reading his Expert Analysis.

So, still nothing definitive by your chosen authority. Just more crap to sift through. Thanks for contributing to the rabbit hole, friend.

Topic Trump attacks Syria
Posted 20 Apr 2017 00:23

First of all, Zerohedge is know for it's support of conspiracy theories, and ant-establishment, sometimes even pro-russian views. It's not a site I consider a trustworthy news source. Second, Dr. Postol may be a weapons expert, but apparently has little knowledge of the properties of Sarin.

Many of the first responders were in fact affected by the nerve agent, but those doctors were treating victims in the hospital. If you had examined all the footage and photographic material available, you would have noticed, that the victims of the attack were all extensively hosed down with water, rinsing them, and their clothes from most of the sarin before they were moved to the clinic.

And his arguments about that crater prove nothing. Sarin in a crater will likely absorb into the ground. Over time it will decompose by hydrolysis (due to any moisture and pH level in the soil). Some will also evaporate, at a rate determined by air flow and temperature. However, decomposition due to hydrolysis is the primary mechanism by which the Sarin disappears under most conditions. A US Army study showed that 99% of Sarin would be gone within 2.5 to 24 hours depending on variables. (
The video Dr. Postol discusses was taken 30 hours after the attack, well beyond that time. The crater would have been perfectly safe by then.

I chose Zerohedge as they've consistently been backing every move of Trump's since he was sworn into office. 99% of their stories concerning him and his moves and those of his administration - have been positive (for him). But they aren't swallowing main stream media's lead in this particular matter.

That wasn't a crater as much as it was a pothole with a spent/imploded tube/shell of some sort sitting in the center of it. If, as you assert - Sarin will 'likely' absorb into the ground over time, then why even physically place your presence near the crater to attempt to obtain soil or particulate samples - hoping to find what sort of agent was involved? According to your line of thinking - there wouldn't be anything there to sample. Which, since nobody was wearing proper protective gear - makes sense as they had no reason to worry about being contaminated.

Your volunteered site does not appear to be the authority you wish to promote it as: To me, it's about as trustworthy as Drudge Report or Zerohedge. It gives no definite answers, provides no substantive facts or figures, only the thoughts of some guy named Dan who claims 26 years of experience with anti-terrorism in London. Pfft

I'm not a fan of Trump or Sean Spicer, and I think Trump's counterstrike was a stupid move and a waste of money and resources. I don't agree, there is no evidence that the Syrian government was behind the attack. Apart from that crater, the attack was described by many witnesses, both responders and victims, and their stories are consistent enough to be accepted in a court of law. They describe an aerial attack, and none of the rebel groups involved are capable of doing that. That leaves the coalition, Russia and Syria as possible perpetrators, and I believe we can safely rule out the coalition and probably Russia too.

What by now has become indisputable, is the fact that the agent used was indeed sarin or something very similar. It has been confirmed by the OPCW:

OPCW associated with the vague Hague, likewise indicates sarin OR a sarin-like substance (what the fuck kind of definitive analysis is that?) OPCW claim to have samples from 3 autopsies and seven other affected individuals yet they are continuing to collect samples? Again, we see nothing definitive, we're just told to accept them at their word.

Sounds like the Trump whitehouse.

You've got your exspurts you're relying on to back your point of view...I've got my expert I'm relying on to back mine. We'll continue to be at loggerheads..

Enjoy your coming wars and the koolaid the profiteers are making for you to drink. evil4

Topic Trump attacks Syria
Posted 19 Apr 2017 12:36

What all these reports by so called experts conveniently ignore, is that Sarin gas dissipates relatively quickly. On average, the site of a sarin attack is completely safe within only a few hours of the release of the gas.

I don't know what your credentials are, perhaps you're an authority or renowned expert on chemical or bio weapons. But I think I lean towards the MIT guy who actually is one.

Check out all the doctors in the follow video, not wearing gloves, masks or protective gear while examining 'victims' with their bare hands - or walking around in close proximity to people exposed to deadly and highly transferable sarin.

You believe what you want to believe if it helps you sleep better at night, though. I understand. I was totally 100% all-in back when George HW Bush riled up America and got us thirsting for some Iraqi bloodshed before Gulf War I. But, there was zero internet and no ability to see through the smokescreens back then either.

Incidentally, we still haven't seen any official US evidence of the Syrian attack. It's just - "TRUST US, WE DID THE RIGHT THING."

So, either a so called expert, or... Sean Spicer/Donald Trump Hmmmm.... Called Expert.JPG

Topic Trump attacks Syria
Posted 17 Apr 2017 12:21

Because American Mainstream Media refuses to buck their initial reporting, it is left to RT and other sites to publish this report by an MIT professor/researcher: