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I can hear him now circling the track in his limo, “ cmon, pass those two guys! What’s wrong with you? We can win this thing!!”

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6 minutes ago, Widbil83 said:

In before Democrats denigrate nascar fans.

:drive:

 

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Fun Fact:

Donald Trump is the first impeached president to attend the Daytona 500!!!

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56 minutes ago, Widbil83 said:

In before Democrats denigrate nascar fans.

All these guys do is turn left. Bunch of libs.

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I don't think I've ever seen anyone waste so much effort while trying to avoid actual work as much as Trump does.

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2 minutes ago, Kal El said:

I don't think I've ever seen anyone waste so much effort while trying to avoid actual work as much as Trump does.

Guy is the master of vacation and the 3 hour work day. One of his few redeeming qualities in my eyes.

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Just now, The General said:

Guy is the master of vacation and the 3 hour work day. One of his few redeeming qualities in my eyes.

BS , Donald is always working, even on the course. He is always working, no one works as hard as Donald. Absolute bs by you

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2 minutes ago, HellToupee said:

BS , Donald is always working, even on the course. He is always working, no one works as hard as Donald. Absolute bs by you

:lol: Guy better be a scratch golfer by the time he leaves. Plays more than Tiger. Takes way more vaca than a Kardashian. All at his own properties that we pay for. Amazing gig on his part. 

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2 minutes ago, The General said:

:lol: Guy better be a scratch golfer by the time he leaves. Plays more than Tiger. Takes way more vaca than a Kardashian. All at his own properties that we pay for. Amazing gig on his part. 

Donald is not like you and me , he’s always on the clock  not matter what he is doing 

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If I was as bad at being POTUS as he is I’d golf all of the time too

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7 minutes ago, HellToupee said:

Donald is not like you and me , he’s always on the clock  not matter what he is doing 

As someone who appreciates a good vaca he’s pulled the greatest scam of his life. :tipshat:

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2 hours ago, Kal El said:

I do more work taking a morning deuce than Trump has done ever. If he ever had to do manual labor, I think he might actually have an allergic reaction to it.

Eat more fiber and it will be a lot less work

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4 minutes ago, Ramblin Wreck said:

Eat more fiber and it will be a lot less work

Post of the year!!! 

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Big President’s Day Sale On Trump website for MAGA gear. To celebrate his Daytona 500 appearance
 

Just use coupon code: PRESIDENT to get 25% off your order.

 

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1 hour ago, Kal El said:

I don't hate Trump at all. I think he's completely incompetent, a criminal, a conman, and other things, but I don't hate him.

I hate him.  Hate him through and through.  

HT's right though.  The guy works hard all the time.  Works hard at being a conman who gets people to believe his facade.  

Free likes down below, fellas.  

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2 hours ago, HellToupee said:

Donald is not like you and me , he’s always on the clock  not matter what he is doing 

Just imagine how bad he’d be if he took time off.  Oof.

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Amazed “The Beast” made all lefts. 

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2 hours ago, HellToupee said:

BS , Donald is always working, even on the course. He is always working, no one works as hard as Donald. Absolute bs by you

He accomplished more in his first couple years than Obama did in 8.....hit the course as much as you want fella. :hifive:

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3 hours ago, Slapdash said:

Daytona 500 postponed until tomorrow.  ETTDs indeed...

Gives Trump an excuse to spend the night at Mar-A-Lago and send the bill to the taxpayers.

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I had heard that it was really a crash test dummy in the pace car and not Donald J. Trump.

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14 hours ago, knowledge dropper said:

Big President’s Day Sale On Trump website for MAGA gear. To celebrate his Daytona 500 appearance
 

Just use coupon code: PRESIDENT to get 25% off your order.

 

This along with Obama marketed items (which at least I don't think were being sold by Obama) is an awful trend people need to stop participating in. 

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17 hours ago, HellToupee said:

BS , Donald is always working, even on the course. He is always working, no one works as hard as Donald. Absolute bs by you

No place better than to plan your next con job with your buddies, come up with a denigrating name for your favorite political foe or come up with a statement to insult a war hero than on a golf course.

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14 minutes ago, Ilov80s said:

This along with Obama marketed items (which at least I don't think were being sold by Obama) is an awful trend people need to stop participating in. 

I'm surprised he hasn't tried to sell gear with the seal on it.

ETA: Or has he?

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1 minute ago, Apple Jack said:

I'm surprised he hasn't tried to sell gear with the seal on it.

ETA: Or has he?

Trump Racing team would be awesome! 

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38 minutes ago, Godsbrother said:

I had heard that it was really a crash test dummy in the pace car and not Donald J. Trump.

how could you tell?

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10 minutes ago, Apple Jack said:

I'm surprised he hasn't tried to sell gear with the seal on it.

ETA: Or has he?

Not sure but it just furthers the sports team mentality that is all too common with politics at this time while also making cultural icons of a public servant which is irresponsible of a democratic people. 

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54 minutes ago, Ilov80s said:

This along with Obama marketed items (which at least I don't think were being sold by Obama) is an awful trend people need to stop participating in. 

Everyone 

Is

Doing

It

Pete

I'm a bit surprised you didn't know that there is a store on every single candidate's website.

 

 

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Oof!

CNN Politics‏ @CNNPolitics 12h12 hours ago

Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale deletes dramatic Air Force One photo after people point out it's from 2004

https://www.cnn.com/2020/02/16/politics/parscale-tweet-daytona-500-air-force-one-photo/index.html?utm_source=twCNNp&utm_medium=social&utm_term=image&utm_content=2020-02-17T03%3A17%3A06

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8 minutes ago, tonydead said:

Everyone 

Is

Doing

It

Pete

I'm a bit surprised you didn't know that there is a store on every single candidate's website.

 

 

Gonna be a lot of this stuff showing up at a Goodwill or Salvation Army soon enough 

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27 minutes ago, tonydead said:

Everyone 

Is

Doing

It

Pete

I'm a bit surprised you didn't know that there is a store on every single candidate's website.

 

 

Good point, the marketing is nothing new. "I like Ike" pins and "Tippecanoe and Tyler too" prints. I guess I forgot that buying them counts as a campaign contribution. The idea of wearing something advocating for a politician never crossed my mind so I never looked at these stores. It's such a bad look whether it is Trump, Hillary, Obama, Pete, etc. I think wearing a sports jersey is silly but wearing a George Bush shirt or Mike Bloomberg hat just takes the cake. These are all flawed power hungry people who will make decisions that result in people being harmed, people dying, etc. They will make good decisions too that will help and protect people. President is a stressful job where one can only walk away with blood on their hands and who's reward is the vanity of knowing your name will live on long beyond what most humans can ever hope for. Wearing a hat or shirt with their name on it is ridiculous. 

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Fun fact more Trump Make America Great Flags in the stands then America Flag.

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16 minutes ago, Ilov80s said:

Good point, the marketing is nothing new. "I like Ike" pins and "Tippecanoe and Tyler too" prints. I guess I forgot that buying them counts as a campaign contribution. The idea of wearing something advocating for a politician never crossed my mind so I never looked at these stores. It's such a bad look whether it is Trump, Hillary, Obama, Pete, etc. I think wearing a sports jersey is silly but wearing a George Bush shirt or Mike Bloomberg hat just takes the cake. These are all flawed power hungry people who will make decisions that result in people being harmed, people dying, etc. They will make good decisions too that will help and protect people. President is a stressful job where one can only walk away with blood on their hands and who's reward is the vanity of knowing your name will live on long beyond what most humans can ever hope for. Wearing a hat or shirt with their name on it is ridiculous. 

Would you say campaigning for any of them is ridiculous?  Because campaigning is getting the message out, slogans and t-shirts are a part of that. People donate their free time to do that. 

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53 minutes ago, tonydead said:

Everyone 

Is

Doing

It

Pete

I'm a bit surprised you didn't know that there is a store on every single candidate's website.

 

 

I'm waiting for the officially licensed shirt from Buttigieg reading

 

Hey Donald, Hoosier Daddy?

Mayor Pete, that's hoo!

 

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21 minutes ago, tonydead said:

Would you say campaigning for any of them is ridiculous?  Because campaigning is getting the message out, slogans and t-shirts are a part of that. People donate their free time to do that. 

Working for a politician for free does seem bizarre to me. I get volunteering at a hospital with sick kids, a soup kitchen to feed the poor or building homes for the poor. I don't get volunteering to help make someone you don't know become the most powerful person in the world. Donating money is also bad news. We obviously need massive election and campaign finance reform (not going to happen anytime soon though). I do find it slightly more reasonable for someone to work as an actual volunteer position and doing actual work over just being a walking billboard. IMO, government should be more about the nuts and bolts- like a running a collective business and not about identity through party/personality or a popularity contest or a giant infomercial to collect money to win a propaganda war. 

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4 minutes ago, Ilov80s said:

Working for a politician for free does seem bizarre to me. I get volunteering at a hospital with sick kids, a soup kitchen to feed the poor or building homes for the poor. I don't get volunteering to help make someone you don't know become the most powerful person in the world. Donating money is also bad news. We obviously need massive election and campaign finance reform (not going to happen anytime soon though). I do find it slightly more reasonable for someone to work as an actual volunteer position and doing actual work over just being a walking billboard. IMO, government should be more about the nuts and bolts- like a running a collective business and not about identity through party/personality or a popularity contest or a giant infomercial to collect money to win a propaganda war. 

I tend to agree with you, but, we're in the minority.  There is a wealthy person literally buying the Democratic nomination right now with propaganda.

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5 minutes ago, tonydead said:

I tend to agree with you, but, we're in the minority.  There is a wealthy person literally buying the Democratic nomination right now with propaganda.

Yeah, we are veering in the wrong direction and there's 0.1% chance the ship is righted in our lifetime. The Trump rallies, the Bernie Bros on Twitter harassing people who criticize him, the media outlets who are totally in the bag for certain politicians,  potential of having a billionaire vs. billionaire election, etc. are all negative signs for where our mindset is with elections. 

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1 hour ago, Gopher State said:

Fun fact more Trump Make America Great Flags in the stands then America Flag.

That actually makes sense.  Evidence suggests the country is far less important than the cult.  

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3 minutes ago, Ilov80s said:

Yeah, we are veering in the wrong direction and there's 0.1% chance the ship is righted in our lifetime. The Trump rallies, the Bernie Bros on Twitter harassing people who criticize him, the media outlets who are totally in the bag for certain politicians,  potential of having a billionaire vs. billionaire election, etc. are all negative signs for where our mindset is with elections. 

Sure.  But you have to get your message out somehow otherwise how would people know how to vote for.  What would you like to see, debates only and zero advertising?

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16 minutes ago, tonydead said:

I tend to agree with you, but, we're in the minority.  There is a wealthy person literally buying the Democratic nomination right now with propaganda.

No, not literally.  he is trying to, but that is something less than literally doing so.

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Just now, Ditkaless Wonders said:

No, not literally.  he is trying to, but that is something less than literally doing so.

*used for emphasis.

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31 minutes ago, tonydead said:

Sure.  But you have to get your message out somehow otherwise how would people know how to vote for.  What would you like to see, debates only and zero advertising?

Limit the campaign window, provide public money for campaigning and not allow them to take additional funds. There are specified commercial slots, debates, etc. Obviously the primary mess needs adjusting. I can't give every detail but other Democratic countries have better models we could work from. 

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2 hours ago, tonydead said:

Sure.  But you have to get your message out somehow otherwise how would people know how to vote for.  What would you like to see, debates only and zero advertising?

Yes.  Would love for candidates to state and stand for their positions.  No attack ads and false advertising to sway people.  Of course the debates would have to have real moderators that hold the candidates to the questions asked and I would prefer real time fact checking to be going along with statements given. 

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8 hours ago, Gopher State said:

Fun fact more Trump Make America Great Flags in the stands then America Flag.

Good metaphor.

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12 hours ago, Gopher State said:

Fun fact more Trump Make America Great Flags in the stands then America Flag.

How about compared to Confederate flags?

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