Forum posts made by wellmademale

Topic Every once in a while
Posted 05 Dec 2016 12:01

Take that - you overgrown, opposum!

Topic Leftists Harass Man Wearing "Build the Wall" Shirt
Posted 04 Dec 2016 09:35

I might not agree with Trump, and might think his supporters are foolish for falling for him...

...but this is just downright uncivil and just goes to show how political correctness has enabled people to get away with avoiding criminal liability.

Actual leftists either voted for Bernie Sanders or sat out the election - and we cherish Elizabeth Warren, while detesting all things related to Debbie Wasserman-Schultz. Probably 10 million votes didn't flow to the entitled Hillary centrist/globalist wing of the DNC in this past election. I haven't met one Sanders supporter who has admitted having voted for her and I know many.

Leftists = progressive/liberals.

Centrist = Globalist, blue dog / Reagan Democrats

Trumpets = mostly pissed off @ the Centrist/Globalists people who hate socialism without recognizing the many socialist programs in place in America already.

That looming dude in the video is described in another video as being a prime Hillary supporter. And we both know she and her husband absconded with many Republican planks and stances in the 1990s. They are more old school Republican than the Tea Party Republicans of today are.

But the woman does raise a good point... is the Trump t-shirt wearer in the clubhouse so he can get free-wifi internet, because he can't afford to have internet in his own apartment (where he could actually be in private and get some work done).

This almost smells like another produced shitstorm from one side or the other. Of course it's extremely uncivil, but that could well be the staged aspect of it.

Topic i really like lush but they are now playing politics and locked my threads because I support Trump
Posted 04 Dec 2016 08:42

I'm still waiting for The Donald to start draining that swamp he spent 2 years talking about.

So far, he's the prime Flip-Flopper-in-Chief.

Mitt fucking Romney? Rudy Guiliani? Excuse me but I thought THEY were part of the problem? Flip Flop Flip Flop... pardon me while the rest of us laugh at you who voted for the clown.

Threatening to give United Technologies and Carrier tax incentives and breaks if they'll keep 800 of 3300 jobs in Indiana? WOW he's scary.

He just gave a blue-print to all the other greedy capitalistic US corporations on how to best extort the rest of us to keep 'some' of their operations and (probably all white collar) in America.

Even Sarah Palin is dissing that blatant form of crony capitalism. Swamp Draining... Trump always builds his casinos in swamps, stiffs sub-contractors out of even their lowest bids, then defaults and declares bankruptcy every 10 years and makes 'em all settle for pennies on the dollar. He stiffs taxpayers when he 'negotiates/bribes/kickbacks' tax increment financing (so his operation won't pay any taxes for 20-30 years)...

He's started out doing the same shit with us (the Carrier swindle) and he's not even officially the head honcho yet.

Good job there on pissing off China over the weekend, too!

The only good thing is that all you who actually voted for him and his business as usual practices, are gonna be so mad you'll be eating your clothes before the fourth of July, after you keep being upset and surprised that he's not actually carried out any of his campaign pledges/promises or other assorted tough talk. He told you what you wanted to hear - and that's all he is ever going to do.

Bad thing is - the rest of us will be so mad, and broke - that clothing might taste pretty good.

Thanks Obama

Topic PRISM, The NSA and your right to privacy
Posted 04 Dec 2016 08:15

Snowden makes a couple of excellent points here:

And Trump is toying with the idea of elevating General Betrayus to a cabinet level appointment?

Fuck you Betrayus. You coughed up classified secrets while chasing pussy and lied to the FBI about it. And in comparison - to Snowden and Manning - you skated on thin ice.

Topic Club Zafia....
Posted 28 Nov 2016 20:35

Topic Who should be the next US president?
Posted 25 Nov 2016 17:47

Jeff, I've got to get that printed on a t-shirt for myself, just change it to singular, 'Chrony Capitalist & Wall Street Raider'. Maybe add 'Corporate Pirate' to the back. I still can't stand Trump, though. I dread four years of his sniveling junior high, bratty comments. He's going to have a four-year feud with the media because he's too immature to take criticism. And criticism will surely not be in short supply.

We need a strong, third fucking political party. We got handed a big pile of steaming shit in this election.

– Buz, Corporate Pirate, Chrony Capitalist & Wall Street Raider (I like it!) as well as Proud Capitalist Pig!

Across the front - 2BIG2FAIL in a waving red/white/blue flag motif...Go full-bore patriotic capitalist trough feeder evil4

Topic NYT: The End of Identity Liberalism
Posted 25 Nov 2016 13:08

Seriously dude... take a breath. Your rants are becoming tedious and boring. While I don't always agree with Vorchev... your entire rant seems to have very little with the article he shared. Instead... it's just another opportunity to try to prove how "smart" you think you are. The problem... it's not really working.

Awww, we need to encourage more of his rants, not less. This thread requires more comedy.

Topic Who should be the next US president?
Posted 22 Nov 2016 10:15

Trump can appoint whoever the hell he wants. At least he's not appointing Muslims with ties to the Islamic Brotherhood.

You lost - now step aside, shut your mouths, and let patriots get to work.

Trump, Mr. FUCK YOU MAN, middle finger to the bullshit - is cozying up to all those cuckservatives and Washington insiders like Reince Priebus and now Mitt Romney. Just check out who he's populating his cabinet with and what asshats he's appointing to lead the CIA, EPA, Justice Department, etc... It's just the same old re-run Chrony Capitalists and Wall Street Raiders.

It's gotta suck to realize you dumbasses got played for your votes.

You alt/right hicktards are going down in flames with the rest of us - but at least ISIS won't be beheading anyone on the front lawns of Montana, Florida, Arizona, Michigan nor Alabama.

We win against terror! tard

Topic Why Democrats Lost the Presidency
Posted 19 Nov 2016 11:38

That's actually pretty funny. It's also, however, one of the reasons the Dems have taken a butt-whoopin' nationwide in the last several elections. When your only means of silencing honest debate is attacking those with a different opinion with name calling and accusations of various vile "-isms" and phobias, it means you have no valid or meaningful counter-argument. With the press howling along in full harmony, people become deaf to it. When everyone is a racist, nobody is a racist.

Obviously, 51% of the people in the United States enjoy warfare and the private corporation profiteering which rake$ in the bucks that goes along with that. Halliburton , the tentacled corporation which former VP Dick Cheney was the CEO of prior to him starting the Iraq War with bogus accusations only raked in 40 billion, a mere drop in the bucket. But there were several other outfits which made at almost as well and in some cases, substantially more. All while fleecing our American Treasury in the name of 'security'.

They enjoy the National Security Snooping and surrendering of privacy for the sake of cheap-talk 'security' as well as the increased militarization of our local, state and national police forces.

They detest that this nation is slowly becoming a mixed-race, ethnically homogenized, true melting pot, and that THEY are becoming the minority. Because, face it... being the minority really does suck. It's like the worst thing ever.

And they know it, fear the recriminations that might come with that and the ass whooping they deserve if it ever came to pass.

Fortunately, most of those 51% are older Caucasian fuckwads who will die off in the next 10-20-30 years but they will still cause a lot of heartache and aggravated shit until they finally give up the ghost.

Trump was elected by a lot of people because he claimed he was going to fight the spread of Gloablization, the New World Order, NAFTA and TPP. I suspect he'll not lift a finger to oppose any of that and in the end just claim it was Political Campaign Rhetoric.

But the Old White Guys, redneck alt/right union busters, KKK supporters, common-man non-college educated jealous of the 'elite' Joe-The-Plumber's and Sara Palin cheering section are going to suffer right along with the rest of us.

And then they'll blame the Democratic Minority in congress for all the problems, just like they did the 1st six years that Bush/Cheney were in control of the Presidency, the Congress and the Supreme Court.

People have short fucking memories. evil4

Bring on another financial collapse and too-big-to-fail taxpayer supported bailout and let's start another war somewhere - maybe South America!

Topic January Fast Approaches... Donald Trump is becoming the President... Should we be TERRIFIED???
Posted 19 Nov 2016 11:18

It is interesting to watch who Trump is selecting to flesh out the various department heads as well as his cabinet of internal advisors.

I'm rather put off by Jeff Sessions from Alabama as the newest Atty General. That's a major step backwards to the 1950s, if you ask me. The guy is openly racist and thinks the ACLU should be dismantled and tossed onto the trash heap of history. Those are his good points.

He gives a major Breitbart Alt/Right contributor a conduit/office/position inside the White House (Bannon). That's like making the Drudge Report your go-to read where you gather all your current world events daily before you make substantial decisions affecting the country and the world.

Trump strikes me as a playboy billionaire-wannabe real-estate developer who enjoyed the limelight and the jetting around on other people's dimes. There's a lot said about how he financed his campaign with his own money. LOL

He took millions in contributions from the RNC and other outside sources (some rather questionable ones too) and when he did spend his own money, it was in the form of paying exorbitant rents TO his own real estate companies - to rent out headquarter space in all states where he had campaign offices situated.

So he was once again, bilking and milking the system every which way he could. Some call that unethical - Donald calls it: SMART

He's going to be a disaster for the next four years (sadly, Hillary would have been even worse). Trump is going to offload 98% of the day to day duties to his lackeys and vice president, and probably allow all those asshats he appoints - to do the actual governing, while he is off on what amounts to vacation almost all the time he is the President.

We are as fucked as we were when Dumbya was the pResident on vacation 90% of the time.

Topic How do we turn off the double blackboxing (redbox)?
Posted 18 Nov 2016 10:27

Everytime a black box pops up, so does two red boxes that duplicate the black box. The redboxes are stacked on top of one another just above and to the right of the black box in the very top right corner of the page. Sometimes they stay for a long unless I click the little x in the corner to make each one go away. With all three boxes it totally covers up all the check links in the red bar and gray bar underneath in the right top corner. So sometimes they have to be clicked off on to scroll or click a link. Sometimes they will disappear quickly and sometimes they stay until clicked off.

I'd rather get the black box only and have the red boxes totally eliminated.

I've seen this happen when I have two or three windows/instances of Lush, open simultaneously. I'm using the latest Firefox browser. However I get these 'helpful' notices in the lower right corner of my screen, stacked atop each other.

It reminds me to close those other open windows. evil4

Topic February Fast Approaches... Donald Trump is being taken seriously... Should we be TERRIFIED???
Posted 12 Nov 2016 16:23

Give the guy a chance. He just may do some wonderful things. America needs to unite.


Were you refusing to unite with us at any time during the last 8 years? Are you not united with us now?

What are you implying?

Topic If this was Donald Trump...
Posted 12 Nov 2016 16:15

Actually, former Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage was the source who first revealed the identity of CIA officer Valerie Plame to Robert Novak in 2003. It was not Scooter Libby. The report you cite says as much; you may not have read that far, as it doesn't suit your political inclinations. The Bush administration screwed up so many things. Armitage was in the Bush administration. Give credit where credit is due.

I read that far, and I know it was stated that Armitage was the 1st source and Novak, the media blabber mouth...

But it was also Libby who took the fall. And it was the Bush administration who outted Plame as a means of getting back at her husband, who was refuting Colin Powell's assertion of yellow cake uranium being found in Iraq.

Turns out that Powell was set up also, and who reported directly to Powell - why, Richard Armitage himself.

My point is that the entire Bush administration was totally corrupt, especially about all things concerning the Iraq War. From start up to non-stop finish to handing their mess off to the next poor bastard who took the office after they accelerated the 2008 financial crisis and the fleecing of the US Treasury for untold trillions.

Then, most of you folks blamed it all on Obama, while denigrating anyone who might remind you of what happened the last time all three branches of government were controlled by Republicans (as happened from 2001 to 2007).

Unpunished traitorous actions & war profiteering - documented - by many members of the Bush/Cheney administration; the stonewalled and underfunded 9/11 investigations with no mention of findings until after the 2004 elections---this list can go on and literally become a wall of text.

And nary a complaint about any of 'that' from you folks, but let's barbeque Clinton when it has not even been established yet that any actual enemies benefited from reading anything kept on her email server.

Topic If this was Donald Trump...
Posted 10 Nov 2016 21:36

I don't believe Trump has ever done this - revealed names of secret CIA and other secret operatives to our enemies so that their lives are in danger literally for the rest of their lives.

How'd you feel when Scooter Libby did that very thing to Valerie Plame? You remember him? Dick Cheney's Chief of Staff...

I bet you were so upset you immediately distanced yourself from the Bush/Cheney administration because: Traitors!

Topic If this was Donald Trump...
Posted 10 Nov 2016 17:59

Love the demonstrations happening around the country... I refuse to call this man my President !!!

He's not the guy I voted for, but come January he will be sworn in as the President. And then he'll be open to the same critiques which Obama endured immediately.

I'm also a little bit suspect as to those organized demonstrations. They don't pass a mildly rigorous sniff test. They're partially funded by a man who promotes civil war in other countries worldwide - and the profiteering which goes along with that sort of thing.

Topic Why Democrats Lost the Presidency
Posted 10 Nov 2016 17:49

The media took trump literally and not seriously.

Many of those voters took trump seriously, not literally.

This is the 2nd time I've read a variation of this comment in the forum today and easily the 10th time I've read it in the last few weeks.

The least you could do is attribute it to who actually coined it first. It does tend to make the commentator sound pithy and insightful but it's actually a form of plagiarism, unless you note or quote - who actually thought it up in the first place.

And this may not even be the first time someone said such about someone else.

Topic February Fast Approaches... Donald Trump is being taken seriously... Should we be TERRIFIED???
Posted 10 Nov 2016 17:33

Compromise? The Democrat idea of compromise is "Do it my way!"

Fascism? Your idea of an ideal government is taking place right now in Venezuela and Cuba. Ahh yes, I do realize that all their problems are caused by the conservatives in America.

People have really short memories.

Topic February Fast Approaches... Donald Trump is being taken seriously... Should we be TERRIFIED???
Posted 09 Nov 2016 16:48

You need to chill out buddy. You have anger issues. They have drugs for that.


I have my opinions and you have yours. Millions of people like myself wanted change. Trump has the chair for the next 4 years.

Will see what happens.


Millions of Bernie Sanders voters either voted for Trump, or didn't vote at all. That's how your guy captured those electoral votes. Very few of them held their noses and voted for Clinton.

We've all read your many selfish posts over the last four years, bashing Obama and Democrats at every opportunity. Now you get to read ours criticizing Trump and all those Republicans who are rallying to him as if he's the second coming of Reagan -- when over the last year, they've all given him a cold shoulder.

He does have four years.

And he can either continue and accelerate the ruination or he can tell those who wouldn't back him to go pound salt.

Remember, he was a Democrat up until five years ago. So this could go either way at this point.

Topic February Fast Approaches... Donald Trump is being taken seriously... Should we be TERRIFIED???
Posted 09 Nov 2016 12:38

Poor you....America Spoke.

I can take care of myself...Thank you.

I'm not going to rub anything in anybody's face. Donald Trump won fair and square.

As a nation....We need to unite.

Hugs and Kisses,
I wanted Bernie of that there can be no doubt. Hillary didn't get the Bernie Sanders voters which she and the DNC shit upon and stole the nomination from. You're a gloating, complaining do-nothing with zero original ideas. I've seen your kind all my life and I have neighbors, coworkers and family exactly like you. I can sniff you from across the hall with my eyes closed.

You want what you want and fuck everyone else. As long as you're fine and dandy, everyone else can go jump in a fucking lake and drown. Your empathy matches your apathy and both combined create your psychopathy.

This is why Clinton and her corrupt DNC rightly got bombed and they still don't get it. The old guard GOP also got destroyed, in case you haven't noticed. Sure, the Republicans garnered both houses of congress again and more governorships.

But as you stated above - America Spoke. Everyone is on a short leash right now. Trump has four years to right the party of No and clean out the corruption, close Gitmo, get us out of Syria and all wars. Create financial incentives to bring back manufacturing to America and actually increase new industries and hiring.

It's the economy, stupid. And if you really think he's the master of the Art of the Deal - now it's showtime..

First Brexit and now the Unthinkable Trump. Go away Clinton and Wasserman-Schultz, and Romney and Graham and the Bushes. Go away all you elite asswipes who only give a shit about your short term investments and where Wall Street is at any given point. Go away war profiteering cocksuckers.

I'm willing to give Trump 4 years to turn this shit around. I gave Obama 4 years and he turned out to be a major disappointment.

Topic February Fast Approaches... Donald Trump is being taken seriously... Should we be TERRIFIED???
Posted 09 Nov 2016 09:11

As recent as a month ago, I didn't think Trump had a chance. The closer we got to the election, the more it seemed it did. Still seemed unlikely. But, I think Hillary made some enormous mistakes that ultimately cost her the presidency.

All the piling on about him being a pig and bigot actually benefited him. She was preaching to the choir, the never Trumpers ate it up. But the undecideds were't swayed by it, they must not have believed any of the rape stories. The more Hillary attacked him on a personal level, the longer she let him slide on a lack of any substantive policy platforms. The undecided people wanted and was waiting for her to attack him and prove he didn't have the chops to actually do the job. She let him off the hook. The same way Cruz, Rubio, Bush, Kasich all did... with the same result. She ran way too much of a campaign of "I'm better than him" instead of "I'm going to be a great president, here's how."

She was extremely arrogant. She felt had this in the bag, that we owed it to her. She didn't even campaign in Wisconsin because she thought she had it wrapped up.

If there's one thing people hate more than anything, it's not having a voice. As soon as Barack Obama won in 2012, it was a foregone conclusion that Hillary would be the Democratic nominee. It was like the democrat citizens had no say in the matter despite many of them wanting someone/something different. Email showing how she and her operatives in the DNC colluded to sabotage and steal away Bernie's power bore out her unscrupulous nature. There may have been lots of neverTrumpers, but there were just enough neverHillarys too. Many of those cheated Bernie Sanders voters didn't just flop over to Hillary. Millions of votes that she made null and void by cheating him (despite the fact she'd have beaten him fair and square anyway) and not all of them were going to forgive her for it.

Once all the demographics come out, we'll get a more clear picture. But, early indications are that he got more women voters than she thought he would. He got more African American votes than expected, although that didn't surprise me that much. The surprise was his performance within the Latino community. She got a lot more, but not as much as we thought she would.

She surrounded herself with "yes men", including people in the media who were too afraid to challenge her. She was insulated. She never took much time to stand tall and defend her actions and/or words in her emails. While Trump, arrogant as he is, got up in front of people and faced the firing squad. Her lack of a convincing defense or denial of things made her look, at worst like it's a true about her and at best, that she's hiding something.


Now we get to watch Trump deport millions of people, Build That Wall, repeal NAFTA (LOL), block TPP, bring back thousands of manufacturing jobs, select some liberal SCOTUS justices, repeal Obamacare and give Mysteria affordable insurance...And put that Clinton woman in jail! Just for starters.


Topic Who should be the next US president?
Posted 07 Nov 2016 18:25

Perhaps the email investigation drama capturing all of our attentions lately, is merely a smokescreen designed to divert our gaze from the financial connections between HRC and the Saudi & Qatar Sheiks who have been proven to be funding ISIS.

Some October surprise, indeed. See here, particularly at the 7 minute point forward...

Topic Is equality such a difficult concept to grasp?
Posted 07 Nov 2016 15:50


Topic February Fast Approaches... Donald Trump is being taken seriously... Should we be TERRIFIED???
Posted 07 Nov 2016 15:46

I just read this - Donald's Trump card?

Hillary Clinton is really going to have to lay down some aces of her own, in the coming days.

There's so much mud being flung, this really could go either way. I wouldn't have believed that, 3 months ago.

*Quietly goes back to the sidelines to observe it all unfolding.


Topic Is equality such a difficult concept to grasp?
Posted 05 Nov 2016 09:30

I've seen a lot of this - in many workplaces I've been in. Not blatantly hearing a woman being told that she has to dress sexier (a few times being told she has to dress down to keep the men from ogling her and being a distraction).

And many other belittling or chastising comments directed towards my female coworkers and in some case to women who were above me as management. Often times, it appeared - token managers.

Topic Who should be the next US president?
Posted 01 Nov 2016 13:26

Heheh...typical fallback. This is as true now as it was in 1971. When confronted with uncomfortable truths, some will wrap themselves in a flag and bleat - Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom...

God bless America,

Topic Every once in a while
Posted 31 Oct 2016 12:49

Topic February Fast Approaches... Donald Trump is being taken seriously... Should we be TERRIFIED???
Posted 29 Oct 2016 20:34

Mr Warm and Fuzzy non-deplorable Presidential Candidate is in a habit of tossing his own supporters out of his public appearances, cuz he mistakes their appearance? evil4

Nice... It's a wonder the crowd of Make ' murica White Again didn't beat the dumb bastard up. (Not Trump, the stupid guy/supporter who got targeted and rousted himself).

Topic North Dakota Pipeline Protests
Posted 29 Oct 2016 18:37

What is occurring up there is disgusting and nary a peep from either Trump nor Clinton. The left wing, right wing and shit stirring national media are avoiding the miserable daily stories like someone is paying them to.

Topic Who should be the next US president?
Posted 29 Oct 2016 12:45

Obamacare is soaring, small businesses cannot afford the premium rates. 1800-2000 a month for a family of four is just about crippling. People are out of work and can't pay their bills and their healthcare Keeps rising. The deductibles are say around 6000. Most people can't afford Obamacare and are forced to Medicaid and then are turned away because they make too much under that program. So then what?

Hell, I get where you're coming from. You're doing what most people should do. Vote for their bank account/wallet/self-interests.

You used to have quite affordable health insurance (which meant that everyone else) mostly single men and women with no kids/dependants - were paying for YOU and other families to have that affordable insurance.

Yeah... try being single in the 80s and 90s and 2000s before Obamacare. Always paying through the nose for yourself and comparing rates with coworkers and finding out that families of 4 and 5 and 6 were paying just a cunt-hair more than you were, while enjoying 5 times as many trips to the doctor, dentist or optometrist.

Now that everyone has to pay their own share (which is a decidedly Ayn Rand point of view, incidentally) you free loaders don't like that idea so much.

But vote your wallet. I'm gonna do the same thing.

We all should.

Donald Trump doesn't give one shit about your bank account nor mine, nor Ruthie's nor Amy's... he's a fucking bankruptcy specializing, tax dodging, one trick pony con man.

He will laugh at your gullibility...all the way to that lifetime multiple hundred thousand a year salary and the best medical care in the world for the rest of his life (if he swindles the public and gets elected).

And you'll think you prevented Armageddon by throwing him your confidence which he'll just abuse (because he doesn't owe you anything - and if he did, he'd just declare himself insolvent and skip down the road whistling and kicking his feet - in his limosine).

Topic Who should be the next US president?
Posted 29 Oct 2016 12:34

I do love how Trump apologists have been so quick to dismiss any and all allegations against him when it comes to being a sexual predator (even though he was caught on tape talking about how he likes to force himself on women) and in the same breath bring up Bill Clinton's alleged sexual history.. even though Bill isn't running. It's this cherry picking of facts that support your little theories, ignoring those that don't, and distorting everything else that makes it hard to take anything you say seriously. You should read some of Hayley's posts. Though I disagree vehemently with her choice of Trump for President, she at least makes solid logical arguments as to why she supports him. I can respect that. People who keep quoting alt-right sources to back up ridiculous claims of corruption and criminality just make me laugh.

You know, we don't have to quote the Daily Koz or other far left uber liberal websites to recall all the, ahem...distinguished senators and mayors - like Newt Gingrich, Rudy Guiliani, Bob Packwood, Henry Hyde, Robert Livingston (not to mention the child molesting Speaker of the House - Dennis Hastert) who all castigated Bill Clinton fucking a 25 year old and all but the mayor voted to impeach him.

While they all were doing similar or worse things themselves.

But, that's the Republican - Kinder and Gentler way.

Criticize others for doing what you're doing and hoping not to get outted - then not apologizing for being a major shitheel and try to claim that everyone does it - instead.

Trump, serial sexual assaulter in Chief!