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30 minutes ago, Dickies said:

Are there any instances of CNN burying something like this?  Genuinely curious.

I really don't know

I just think that after watching the face of msnbc literally crying on air when it was clear that Trump had won, anything is possible

 

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I won't know for a while, but my final chemo treatment was a week and a half ago, the side effects are subsiding, and I feel better than I have in a long time. Thanks for asking.

So that whole, "I bet you wimps would never challenge big, bad Donald physically" stuff got me thinking last night. I sincerely believe that I could defeat an entire gauntlet of all living Presid

You kidding?  For those on the right, the past 8 years the supporters have been focused almost totally on how much the democrats were the enemy.  It was on fox news, on talk radio, on the breitbart an

51 minutes ago, randall146 said:

I'd like to just add that I see absolutely nothing wrong with having an affair with a pornstar or paying her to keep quiet.

If I won powerball I'd gladly pay to eat the best food, take the best vacations, drive the best car, and have the best sex.  It's absurdly American that we believe in capitalism, social Darwinism, etc, but get so incredibly hung up on sex.

I think that most probably agree with you. We are just waiting for the holier-than-thou people who were so outraged at what a womanizing cheater Bill Clinton was to explain why it's ok now that it was Donald. 

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38 minutes ago, Ramsay Hunt Experience said:

With this said, do you think there might be a point where Pence makes some sort of rebellion?  Even if it's symbolic?  It's hard to tell, but his religious beliefs, creepy as they seem to me, also seem sincere.  Even with all the "servant theology" stuff and the idea that God can choose an imperfect vessel to execute His plan, you'd think that there could come some time where enough is enough.  

Curious what you've seen that leads you to this.  I have only seen him in a public setting and he's behaved just like one would need to in those situations.  For me, I'd need to see him in some off the cuff sort of moment to even try and determine this.  I've never seen him challenged in any meaningful way regarding his faith and how he balances it with his actions.

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1 hour ago, TobiasFunke said:

Legitimately kinda bums me out that you think this.  Says a lot about how low we've gotten in terms of partisanship and Trump's campaign to undermine the press.

It's not true by the way. They'd absolutely run it and wouldn't hesitate for a second. I can't say that with 100% certainty, but fairly close to it. I have some friends in the political journalism. Plus the "fake news" media breaks stories that hurt Dem candidates all the time. The NY Times ran this hilarious report a week before the 2016 election.

Could they possibly have done the calculus to determine if the potential for a President of the U.S. who would basically be a conduit for their news and their biggest advertising platform would outweigh the advantage to be gained by breaking a pre-election infidelity story on him?

 

In light of developments over the last 25 years or so, my cynicism has expanded to the extent that I can't rule out that amount of corruption. 

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So that whole, "I bet you wimps would never challenge big, bad Donald physically" stuff got me thinking last night.

I sincerely believe that I could defeat an entire gauntlet of all living Presidents in one night, Diggstown style.  I've given this a lot of thought.

I'd start out with a handicap match between me and a team of Carter and Bush 41.  I know this still seems easy, but I'm cognizant of the fact that Bush 41: 1) was once a war hero; 2) was probably the architect of Iran/Contra, so is probably crafty and devious; and 3) is married to who is largely considered to be the meanest of the First Ladies (I envision First Ladies being allowed ringside, but not Veeps).  So I think I'd have to just knock him out of his wheelchair and go for the immediate pin.  I figure Carter would be slow to intervene, but even if he entered the fray, I could probably take a few shots while getting the cover on Bush Sr.  Then I'd offer to allow Carter to take the honorable loss by getting counted out and going to build houses.  As he exited the ring, however, I'd grab him from behind and hit him a Samoan Drop.  Because I want to establish my heel bona fides immediately.

I think I'd take Trump mano a mano in the next bout.  Let's assume he really is 6'3" and 239 lbs.  With that gut, he'd have to have the muscle tone of a jellyfish.  I'd just go for a double-leg takedown and immediately transition to the Boston Crab.  If do right, no Trump can defend.

Clinton is next.  He's had open heart surgery and I must have 75 pounds on him.  But he's the ultimate survivor.  I think I'd need a contingency plan.  Which is why it will be so sweet when Hillary turns on him and beans him with a steel chair before removing the jacket of her pantsuit to reveal a tee shirt with my image on it.  

OK, so now is when the tough matches start.  I guess I'd start with W because everyone loves a heel vs. heel battle.  It's not self-evident to me that I could go toe to toe with The Decider, but I think I could probably outwit him.  Say, "Look, it's the weapons of mass destruction!" before cheap shotting him.  I also figure if I can keep it going 5 or 10 minutes, he'd probably grow bored and lose interest.  I win a tough matchup.

Leaving me with Barry O.  On the bright side, at least it's not Michelle, who I'd definitely favor over me.  My key advantage here is that Obama would never cheat and I totally would.  Like, I'd offer to meet to discuss bi-partisan healthcare reform, and then I'd throw salt in his eyes and kick him in the Baracks.  I think he'd keep fighting back on the power of the hopes of the little Obama-maniacs, but when we brawled into the crowd a group of midwestern white dudes with serious economic anxieties would help me turn the tide.  

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2 minutes ago, Ramsay Hunt Experience said:

So that whole, "I bet you wimps would never challenge big, bad Donald physically" stuff got me thinking last night.

I sincerely believe that I could defeat an entire gauntlet of all living Presidents in one night, Diggstown style.  I've given this a lot of thought.

I'd start out with a handicap match between me and a team of Carter and Bush 41.  I know this still seems easy, but I'm cognizant of the fact that Bush 41: 1) was once a war hero; 2) was probably the architect of Iran/Contra, so is probably crafty and devious; and 3) is married to who is largely considered to be the meanest of the First Ladies (I envision First Ladies being allowed ringside, but not Veeps).  So I think I'd have to just knock him out of his wheelchair and go for the immediate pin.  I figure Carter would be slow to intervene, but even if he entered the fray, I could probably take a few shots while getting the cover on Bush Sr.  Then I'd offer to allow Carter to take the honorable loss by getting counted out and going to build houses.  As he exited the ring, however, I'd grab him from behind and hit him a Samoan Drop.  Because I want to establish my heel bona fides immediately.

I think I'd take Trump mano a mano in the next bout.  Let's assume he really is 6'3" and 239 lbs.  With that gut, he'd have to have the muscle tone of a jellyfish.  I'd just go for a double-leg takedown and immediately transition to the Boston Crab.  If do right, no Trump can defend.

Clinton is next.  He's had open heart surgery and I must have 75 pounds on him.  But he's the ultimate survivor.  I think I'd need a contingency plan.  Which is why it will be so sweet when Hillary turns on him and beans him with a steel chair before removing the jacket of her pantsuit to reveal a tee shirt with my image on it.  

OK, so now is when the tough matches start.  I guess I'd start with W because everyone loves a heel vs. heel battle.  It's not self-evident to me that I could go toe to toe with The Decider, but I think I could probably outwit him.  Say, "Look, it's the weapons of mass destruction!" before cheap shotting him.  I also figure if I can keep it going 5 or 10 minutes, he'd probably grow bored and lose interest.  I win a tough matchup.

Leaving me with Barry O.  On the bright side, at least it's not Michelle, who I'd definitely favor over me.  My key advantage here is that Obama would never cheat and I totally would.  Like, I'd offer to meet to discuss bi-partisan healthcare reform, and then I'd throw salt in his eyes and kick him in the Baracks.  I think he'd keep fighting back on the power of the hopes of the little Obama-maniacs, but when we brawled into the crowd a group of midwestern white dudes with serious economic anxieties would help me turn the tide.  

That slow at the office today?

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2 minutes ago, Ramsay Hunt Experience said:

So that whole, "I bet you wimps would never challenge big, bad Donald physically" stuff got me thinking last night.

I sincerely believe that I could defeat an entire gauntlet of all living Presidents in one night, Diggstown style.  I've given this a lot of thought.

I'd start out with a handicap match between me and a team of Carter and Bush 41.  I know this still seems easy, but I'm cognizant of the fact that Bush 41: 1) was once a war hero; 2) was probably the architect of Iran/Contra, so is probably crafty and devious; and 3) is married to who is largely considered to be the meanest of the First Ladies (I envision First Ladies being allowed ringside, but not Veeps).  So I think I'd have to just knock him out of his wheelchair and go for the immediate pin.  I figure Carter would be slow to intervene, but even if he entered the fray, I could probably take a few shots while getting the cover on Bush Sr.  Then I'd offer to allow Carter to take the honorable loss by getting counted out and going to build houses.  As he exited the ring, however, I'd grab him from behind and hit him a Samoan Drop.  Because I want to establish my heel bona fides immediately.

I think I'd take Trump mano a mano in the next bout.  Let's assume he really is 6'3" and 239 lbs.  With that gut, he'd have to have the muscle tone of a jellyfish.  I'd just go for a double-leg takedown and immediately transition to the Boston Crab.  If do right, no Trump can defend.

Clinton is next.  He's had open heart surgery and I must have 75 pounds on him.  But he's the ultimate survivor.  I think I'd need a contingency plan.  Which is why it will be so sweet when Hillary turns on him and beans him with a steel chair before removing the jacket of her pantsuit to reveal a tee shirt with my image on it.  

OK, so now is when the tough matches start.  I guess I'd start with W because everyone loves a heel vs. heel battle.  It's not self-evident to me that I could go toe to toe with The Decider, but I think I could probably outwit him.  Say, "Look, it's the weapons of mass destruction!" before cheap shotting him.  I also figure if I can keep it going 5 or 10 minutes, he'd probably grow bored and lose interest.  I win a tough matchup.

Leaving me with Barry O.  On the bright side, at least it's not Michelle, who I'd definitely favor over me.  My key advantage here is that Obama would never cheat and I totally would.  Like, I'd offer to meet to discuss bi-partisan healthcare reform, and then I'd throw salt in his eyes and kick him in the Baracks.  I think he'd keep fighting back on the power of the hopes of the little Obama-maniacs, but when we brawled into the crowd a group of midwestern white dudes with serious economic anxieties would help me turn the tide.  

:lmao::lmao::lmao:

This is your magnum opus, Scoob.  

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I think with Barack, you have the right idea in trying to lure him in before unleashing surprise holy hell, but I'd do it with a pack of Kools, offer to light one for him and then *WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSH* go Great Kabuki on him and spray deadly mist that erupts into a fireball.  

And I'm sorry, but you're not going to beat W.  He spent 1/4 of his presidency playing cowboy and you just aren't ready to take down that sort of country strong.

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1 minute ago, General Malaise said:

I think with Barack, you have the right idea in trying to lure him in before unleashing surprise holy hell, but I'd do it with a pack of Kools, offer to light one for him and then *WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSH* go Great Kabuki on him and spray deadly mist that erupts into a fireball.  

 

 

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1 minute ago, General Malaise said:



And I'm sorry, but you're not going to beat W.  He spent 1/4 of his presidency playing cowboy and you just aren't ready to take down that sort of country strong.

 

How about this?

I hit W with the open hand slap.

He comes back and hits me.  I stagger.

I hit him again.  He straightens up.

He unloads with three hard shots, sending me reeling.

Suddenly, Dick Cheney appears on the video screen.  He says nothing, but turns his thumb downwards.

Sadly, W lays down on the ground and willingly lets me pin him.

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4 minutes ago, roadkill1292 said:

And after you've dealt with Trump's gelatinous mass you should definitely lean over and talk trash into his buttocks.

In soviet america, Trump's gelatinous buttocks talks tweets trash to you.

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4 minutes ago, Ramsay Hunt Experience said:

How about this?

I hit W with the open hand slap.

He comes back and hits me.  I stagger.

I hit him again.  He straightens up.

He unloads with three hard shots, sending me reeling.

Suddenly, Dick Cheney appears on the video screen.  He says nothing, but turns his thumb downwards.

Sadly, W lays down on the ground and willingly lets me pin him.

Yup, that'll do it!

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18 minutes ago, Ramsay Hunt Experience said:

So that whole, "I bet you wimps would never challenge big, bad Donald physically" stuff got me thinking last night.

I sincerely believe that I could defeat an entire gauntlet of all living Presidents in one night, Diggstown style.  I've given this a lot of thought.

I'd start out with a handicap match between me and a team of Carter and Bush 41.  I know this still seems easy, but I'm cognizant of the fact that Bush 41: 1) was once a war hero; 2) was probably the architect of Iran/Contra, so is probably crafty and devious; and 3) is married to who is largely considered to be the meanest of the First Ladies (I envision First Ladies being allowed ringside, but not Veeps).  So I think I'd have to just knock him out of his wheelchair and go for the immediate pin.  I figure Carter would be slow to intervene, but even if he entered the fray, I could probably take a few shots while getting the cover on Bush Sr.  Then I'd offer to allow Carter to take the honorable loss by getting counted out and going to build houses.  As he exited the ring, however, I'd grab him from behind and hit him a Samoan Drop.  Because I want to establish my heel bona fides immediately.

I think I'd take Trump mano a mano in the next bout.  Let's assume he really is 6'3" and 239 lbs.  With that gut, he'd have to have the muscle tone of a jellyfish.  I'd just go for a double-leg takedown and immediately transition to the Boston Crab.  If do right, no Trump can defend.

Clinton is next.  He's had open heart surgery and I must have 75 pounds on him.  But he's the ultimate survivor.  I think I'd need a contingency plan.  Which is why it will be so sweet when Hillary turns on him and beans him with a steel chair before removing the jacket of her pantsuit to reveal a tee shirt with my image on it.  

OK, so now is when the tough matches start.  I guess I'd start with W because everyone loves a heel vs. heel battle.  It's not self-evident to me that I could go toe to toe with The Decider, but I think I could probably outwit him.  Say, "Look, it's the weapons of mass destruction!" before cheap shotting him.  I also figure if I can keep it going 5 or 10 minutes, he'd probably grow bored and lose interest.  I win a tough matchup.

Leaving me with Barry O.  On the bright side, at least it's not Michelle, who I'd definitely favor over me.  My key advantage here is that Obama would never cheat and I totally would.  Like, I'd offer to meet to discuss bi-partisan healthcare reform, and then I'd throw salt in his eyes and kick him in the Baracks.  I think he'd keep fighting back on the power of the hopes of the little Obama-maniacs, but when we brawled into the crowd a group of midwestern white dudes with serious economic anxieties would help me turn the tide.  

Great read.  Funny as hell  :lmao:

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19 minutes ago, Ramsay Hunt Experience said:

Then I'd offer to allow Carter to take the honorable loss by getting counted out and going to build houses.  As he exited the ring, however, I'd grab him from behind and hit him a Samoan Drop.  Because I want to establish my heel bona fides immediately.

:lmao::cry::lmao:

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost/wp/2018/01/17/kelly-says-some-of-trumps-campaign-pledges-on-immigration-wall-uninformed-meeting-attendees-say/?utm_term=.306b31896672

White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly told Democratic lawmakers Wednesday that the United States will never construct a physical wall along the entire stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border and that some of President Trump’s campaign promises on immigration were “uninformed.”

 

Any comments from Trump supporters?

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25 minutes ago, Ramsay Hunt Experience said:

I think he'd keep fighting back on the power of the hopes of the little Obama-maniacs, but when we brawled into the crowd a group of midwestern white dudes with serious economic anxieties would help me turn the tide.  

:lol:  :lol:  :lol:

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3 minutes ago, Sinn Fein said:

Probably billed 4 different clients 2-hours each for that masterpiece.   

 

Lawyers.  amirite :hifive:

 

"review file"

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18 minutes ago, Ramsay Hunt Experience said:

How about this?

I hit W with the open hand slap.

He comes back and hits me.  I stagger.

I hit him again.  He straightens up.

He unloads with three hard shots, sending me reeling.

Suddenly, Dick Cheney appears on the video screen.  He says nothing, but turns his thumb downwards.

Sadly, W lays down on the ground and willingly lets me pin him.

I figured you'd be in a tag team match, since after Clinton you've got Hillary on your side.  When you're reeling, GWB tags Cheney, they both come in for the kill and Cheney accidentally shoots Georgie in the face, then forces him to apologize.

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Just now, Henry Ford said:

I figured you'd be in a tag team match, since after Clinton you've got Hillary on your side.  When you're reeling, GWB tags Cheney, they both come in for the kill and Cheney accidentally shoots Georgie in the face, then forces him to apologize.

I laid down a very strict no Veeps allowed ringside rule. Can't have Biden creeping all the ring girls out by offering shoulder massages.

I'm also reasonably certain that Dan Quayle could pull the old Killer B's switcheroo with any random dude in the crowd and we'd all be fooled because nobody has thought about Dan Quayle in 25 years.  

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1 minute ago, Ramsay Hunt Experience said:

I laid down a very strict no Veeps allowed ringside rule. Can't have Biden creeping all the ring girls out by offering shoulder massages.

I'm also reasonably certain that Dan Quayle could pull the old Killer B's switcheroo with any random dude in the crowd and we'd all be fooled because nobody has thought about Dan Quayle in 25 years.  

Although Cheney may inadvertently take out a few people for you.

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35 minutes ago, Ramsay Hunt Experience said:

So that whole, "I bet you wimps would never challenge big, bad Donald physically" stuff got me thinking last night.

I sincerely believe that I could defeat an entire gauntlet of all living Presidents in one night, Diggstown style.  I've given this a lot of thought.

I'd start out with a handicap match between me and a team of Carter and Bush 41.  I know this still seems easy, but I'm cognizant of the fact that Bush 41: 1) was once a war hero; 2) was probably the architect of Iran/Contra, so is probably crafty and devious; and 3) is married to who is largely considered to be the meanest of the First Ladies (I envision First Ladies being allowed ringside, but not Veeps).  So I think I'd have to just knock him out of his wheelchair and go for the immediate pin.  I figure Carter would be slow to intervene, but even if he entered the fray, I could probably take a few shots while getting the cover on Bush Sr.  Then I'd offer to allow Carter to take the honorable loss by getting counted out and going to build houses.  As he exited the ring, however, I'd grab him from behind and hit him a Samoan Drop.  Because I want to establish my heel bona fides immediately.

I think I'd take Trump mano a mano in the next bout.  Let's assume he really is 6'3" and 239 lbs.  With that gut, he'd have to have the muscle tone of a jellyfish.  I'd just go for a double-leg takedown and immediately transition to the Boston Crab.  If do right, no Trump can defend.

Clinton is next.  He's had open heart surgery and I must have 75 pounds on him.  But he's the ultimate survivor.  I think I'd need a contingency plan.  Which is why it will be so sweet when Hillary turns on him and beans him with a steel chair before removing the jacket of her pantsuit to reveal a tee shirt with my image on it.  

OK, so now is when the tough matches start.  I guess I'd start with W because everyone loves a heel vs. heel battle.  It's not self-evident to me that I could go toe to toe with The Decider, but I think I could probably outwit him.  Say, "Look, it's the weapons of mass destruction!" before cheap shotting him.  I also figure if I can keep it going 5 or 10 minutes, he'd probably grow bored and lose interest.  I win a tough matchup.

Leaving me with Barry O.  On the bright side, at least it's not Michelle, who I'd definitely favor over me.  My key advantage here is that Obama would never cheat and I totally would.  Like, I'd offer to meet to discuss bi-partisan healthcare reform, and then I'd throw salt in his eyes and kick him in the Baracks.  I think he'd keep fighting back on the power of the hopes of the little Obama-maniacs, but when we brawled into the crowd a group of midwestern white dudes with serious economic anxieties would help me turn the tide.  

:lmao::lmao::lmao::lmao::lmao:

This is gold.

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31 minutes ago, Gr00vus said:
33 minutes ago, Ramsay Hunt Experience said:

immediately transition to the Boston Crab.  If do right, no Trump can defend.

:lmao:

yeah you start talkin karate kid and you know dam well that the old swcer is listening take that to walk out to peter setera bank bromigos

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4 minutes ago, Ramsay Hunt Experience said:

I laid down a very strict no Veeps allowed ringside rule. Can't have Biden creeping all the ring girls out by offering shoulder massages.

I'm also reasonably certain that Dan Quayle could pull the old Killer B's switcheroo with any random dude in the crowd and we'd all be fooled because nobody has thought about Dan Quayle in 25 years.  

Well... other than the FBI, SEC, and Southern District of New York...

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3 minutes ago, Ramsay Hunt Experience said:

See, I had no idea.  That's how anonymous he is now.  He might as well be the guy who played the husband/son on Mama's Family.

He's chairman of Cerberus.  Which has been in the middle of a serious investigation involving Northern Ireland for some time.

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10 minutes ago, timschochet said:

So what happens now? Does Kelly retract these comments, insist he never said them, or does Trump fire him?

I must have missed this in all the flurry about Trump's weight and Ramsey beating the crap out of the Presidents.  What statements?

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37 minutes ago, timschochet said:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost/wp/2018/01/17/kelly-says-some-of-trumps-campaign-pledges-on-immigration-wall-uninformed-meeting-attendees-say/?utm_term=.306b31896672

White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly told Democratic lawmakers Wednesday that the United States will never construct a physical wall along the entire stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border and that some of President Trump’s campaign promises on immigration were “uninformed.”

 

Any comments from Trump supporters?

Unless a quote includes a WOOO! , it never happened.

 

WOOO!

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1 hour ago, Ramsay Hunt Experience said:

So that whole, "I bet you wimps would never challenge big, bad Donald physically" stuff got me thinking last night.

I sincerely believe that I could defeat an entire gauntlet of all living Presidents in one night, Diggstown style.  I've given this a lot of thought.

I'd start out with a handicap match between me and a team of Carter and Bush 41.  I know this still seems easy, but I'm cognizant of the fact that Bush 41: 1) was once a war hero; 2) was probably the architect of Iran/Contra, so is probably crafty and devious; and 3) is married to who is largely considered to be the meanest of the First Ladies (I envision First Ladies being allowed ringside, but not Veeps).  So I think I'd have to just knock him out of his wheelchair and go for the immediate pin.  I figure Carter would be slow to intervene, but even if he entered the fray, I could probably take a few shots while getting the cover on Bush Sr.  Then I'd offer to allow Carter to take the honorable loss by getting counted out and going to build houses.  As he exited the ring, however, I'd grab him from behind and hit him a Samoan Drop.  Because I want to establish my heel bona fides immediately.

I think I'd take Trump mano a mano in the next bout.  Let's assume he really is 6'3" and 239 lbs.  With that gut, he'd have to have the muscle tone of a jellyfish.  I'd just go for a double-leg takedown and immediately transition to the Boston Crab.  If do right, no Trump can defend.

Clinton is next.  He's had open heart surgery and I must have 75 pounds on him.  But he's the ultimate survivor.  I think I'd need a contingency plan.  Which is why it will be so sweet when Hillary turns on him and beans him with a steel chair before removing the jacket of her pantsuit to reveal a tee shirt with my image on it.  

OK, so now is when the tough matches start.  I guess I'd start with W because everyone loves a heel vs. heel battle.  It's not self-evident to me that I could go toe to toe with The Decider, but I think I could probably outwit him.  Say, "Look, it's the weapons of mass destruction!" before cheap shotting him.  I also figure if I can keep it going 5 or 10 minutes, he'd probably grow bored and lose interest.  I win a tough matchup.

Leaving me with Barry O.  On the bright side, at least it's not Michelle, who I'd definitely favor over me.  My key advantage here is that Obama would never cheat and I totally would.  Like, I'd offer to meet to discuss bi-partisan healthcare reform, and then I'd throw salt in his eyes and kick him in the Baracks.  I think he'd keep fighting back on the power of the hopes of the little Obama-maniacs, but when we brawled into the crowd a group of midwestern white dudes with serious economic anxieties would help me turn the tide.  

:lmao:  I was thinking about it too and worried this is what would happen if you punched him in the gut.

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Yea I know it belongs in quotes of the day but I think it is a great line for this thread. From Sen Jeff Flake today

 "When a figure in power reflexively calls any press that doesn't suit him "fake news," it is that person who should be the figure of suspicion, not the press."

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U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders

Hey Mr. President, maybe the reason why more Americans emigrated to Norway last year than the other way around is because they have universal health care and a strong social democracy.

 

Thanks Trump!

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