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Anonymous 17/01/20(Fri)18:52 No. 158 ID: 1a1ca1 [Reply]

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You had a civic duty to act in the best interest of your country.
Now you have a civic duty to bear witness: >>/777/1073

Anonymous 17/01/03(Tue)04:21 No. 139 ID: b5f260 [Reply]

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Riddle me this 7chan,

Tunisian Revolution is a success.
Libyan Revolution is a success.
Egyptian Revolution is a success.
Syrian Revolution horrible failure.


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Anonymous 17/01/17(Tue)00:24 No. 150 ID: 4fc50f

America was set to free the shit out of syria much like Iraq over alleged chemical weapon attacks on their own civillians (because that's the priority when you're fighting rebels), but Russia stepped in to cockblock Obama by demanding actual evidence that it was Assad who did the attack.

The U.N. sent in people to investigate, and in the end they couldn't prove it was assad, and the blast zone was close enough to rebel territory for rebels to have been the ones reaponsible. An interesting aside, the investigators were shot at by snipers at least once

Anonymous 17/01/17(Tue)03:55 No. 151 ID: a5928e

oh, and then russia brokered a deal where assad would slowly get rid of syria's chemical weapons stockpile

Anonymous 17/01/17(Tue)10:52 No. 152 ID: fa1a83

And whatever the fuck the truth was, that amount of hesitation was plenty for the situation to evolve in to a level 10 clusterfuck.

Anonymous 16/12/27(Tue)17:49 No. 125 ID: edd729 [Reply]

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Guess who loves jews--this goy.

Congratulations you alt-right retards.

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Anonymous 16/12/28(Wed)07:16 No. 127 ID: 7fa261

I appreciate this delicious sarcasm.

Anonymous 16/12/29(Thu)04:46 No. 128 ID: 9b5a71

The Nazis are being played by the Jews. Who would have thought? Still voted for the guy. If my country is going to burn it better burn bright!

Anonymous 16/12/30(Fri)16:10 No. 130 ID: b672a1

In a way, your post reminds me that there is order in the universe, and everything comes to balance. Perhaps this will all work out in the end--we just have to widen our conception of what it means for things to "work out".

Anonymous 16/11/13(Sun)06:06 No. 15 ID: 7676eb [Reply]

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I’ve been thinking a lot about the meeting between Trump and Obama at the White House, and here’s the thing.

Obama used to be a law professor. This is key.

Law school is so, so different from college.

In college, everyone expects there to be a “syllabus day,” kind of a grace period where they can show up and get the lay of the land, figure out the bare minimum that they can get away with, the TA gives everyone their office hours, there’s an introductory lecture, and everybody leaves a few minutes early to go take a nap or something. You do the bullshit assignments, you say something in class now and then to get your participation check mark, and figure out how badly you can do on the final and still pass.

But see, in law school, all the methodologies you’ve spent the last 17 years operating under go out the window. Day one of law school is you being thrown into the deep end of the pool—you’ve had a homework assignment for two weeks now, and it’s to read the first 200 pages of your casebook. And now it’s you and the teacher (who is usually as smug as Alex Trebek) gauging and assessing what you managed to absorb while you skimmed through all those pages of reading so you could hurry up and get to the other 150 pages of reading for your next period class, in front of 50 people who are all smarter than you. And if you fuck up, or you didn’t do the reading, you are at the mercies of not just the professor, but the silent satisfied judgment of your peers.

Law school is hard, and it will make you feel stupid and tongue-tied and like you don’t know anything and can’t form an argument—because you don’t, and you can’t. Everybody there has had a 4.0 since birth. Everybody there was the smartest kid in their class, and you’re all rabidly competing for a sliver of a chance at something down the road. It’s petty, and savage, fiercely entrenched in a culture of formalities and ceremony, and exactly like Washington DC.

Yesterday when I was driving home, the NPR reporter talking about the Oval Office meeting mentioned that Trump had thought it was going to be a “getting to know you” type meeting, but that he was surprised when Obama stretched their talk out to 90 minutes before sending him along to the Capitol building where he met with congressional leaders for more lengthy meetings and stuff he didn’t want to do.

And he hasn’t even gotten to the actual job yet.
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Anonymous 16/11/17(Thu)07:16 No. 38 ID: 5a53ee

There's always the fact that he's publicly stated that the reason he's staying is because of Sasha. For. 3. Years.


Anonymous 16/12/12(Mon)05:07 No. 74 ID: 5b8d78

Lawyers are stupid beyond belief. Lower money to judges and lawyer 99% and ideally 100% by replacing with logic software. Let all men out of prob n jail from Bill Clintons insane violence against women act. It is totally ok to smash the shit out of a woman if she hits you first. Self D fence.

Anonymous 16/12/29(Thu)04:50 No. 129 ID: 9b5a71

Yeah, I don't think Trump is going to be scared of some nigger telling him "good luck with this shit."

Anonymous 16/12/10(Sat)19:24 No. 68 ID: a1a76a [Reply]

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How long after Trump taking office before all the shitskins get sent back to the Middle East? I hope my God Emperor doesn't keep me waiting too long :3

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Anonymous 16/12/12(Mon)07:47 No. 75 ID: fd7cc8

>ahead of schedule
>under budget
I'm not going to say our government doesn't waste time and money, of course it does. Everything is relative though, and I doubt Trump has the patience to be on the other side of a government contract. The sheer volume of accountabilty will smother him.

Anonymous 16/12/14(Wed)10:32 No. 77 ID: 8c66e3

It'll be right after he completes his walls on the north and south borders.

Then you'll find out the walls aren't to keep out immigrants, it to stop you from leaving.

Hope you enjoy white slavery.

Anonymous 16/12/27(Tue)14:53 No. 124 ID: e4210a

An image full of non-falsifiable memes that took over 9000 minutes to do? I'll guess that it's all argument we need.

You win the debate, OP!

Anonymous 16/11/16(Wed)13:50 No. 35 ID: 387c85 [Reply]

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other than the letting, this image accurately depicts the current activity of the trump transition team, including the nature of the individuals involved.

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Anonymous 16/12/08(Thu)01:19 No. 65 ID: 5a53ee

>That's lovely. This person lives in a world where the only crime is murder?
In Putin's Russia, you only get murdered if you're lucky.

Anonymous 16/12/08(Thu)06:46 No. 66 ID: 35d255

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When I see russian street urchins opt-in to krokodil, I think you might be right.

Anonymous 16/12/12(Mon)05:05 No. 73 ID: 5b8d78

Democrats are wrong about everything.
Trump has said or done 0 wrong things.
Oil companies are heros.

Trumps cabinet Anonymous 16/11/16(Wed)06:00 No. 32 ID: b3f8f4 [Reply]

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So trump will likely appoint a cabinet/staff of insiders. Does this mean that his entire he can't accomplish his goal of real change? Is trump going to be a real outsider that changes Washington? Or will he just feed the system? Can trump make a meaningful difference as President? Or is that in and of itself just a dream?

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Anonymous 16/11/16(Wed)08:43 No. 34 ID: 28ca77

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While the president is but one man, that's why you fill your administration with a bunch of like-minded men. While one man can't change thing, an entire administration of like-minded men can accomplish quite a lot.

However when you fill your administration with a bunch of career politicians and insiders even though you ran a campaign of being a political outsider, you're going to find it very difficult to actually shake up anything.

The most he can appoint Bannon to is "advisor?" An advisor is ridiculously easy to ignore. Put him in charge of the justice department and he can't be ignored. That's a slap in the face to all the "alt right" white supremacists.

Anonymous 16/11/16(Wed)20:26 No. 37 ID: df6334

It's the kind of strategy that allows everyone to project what they want to see. If you hope that the campaign rhetoric was indeed nothing more than rhetoric, you see appointments that clearly allow for that. If you hope for change, you can see a temporary collection of people who know how things work so when the inevitable reshuffles happen the new guys will know "how things work" so they can more effectively change everything by knowing which buttons to push to make change happen.

Anonymous 16/11/18(Fri)17:20 No. 40 ID: 3836d0

Sounds like his entire campaign and his primary appeal among his voting base.

Like what he just said? Good. Ignore what he said 24 hours ago or what he'll say tomorrow. That way you'll delude yourself into thinking he agrees with you.

Anonymous 16/11/12(Sat)13:15 No. 13 ID: 387c85 [Reply]

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it seems pretty inevitable that photos oh donald trumps penis will be made public in the mid to near future. this will be a first for a sitting president, i think.

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Anonymous 16/11/13(Sun)08:41 No. 19 ID: 991a34

Yeah, they're much more interested in his tax returns, so they'll have to settle for his micropenis.

Anonymous 16/11/15(Tue)00:43 No. 29 ID: b3f8f4

What if it turns out that he's massive? What if he's a grower and it just looks small? There are so many questions I have about the presidential penis at this point and I'm only hoping that time will answer them. Do you think he'll take about it at a press conference? Or maybe hold one specifically to talk about his penis?

Anonymous 16/11/15(Tue)04:03 No. 30 ID: df6334

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People have lusted after every single presidential penis regardless because they're all attached to a president. Having the power that comes with such a political office makes many women react like in the picture.

Anonymous 16/11/12(Sat)14:56 No. 14 ID: 9df569 [Reply]

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Moving forward

I was with her from the start
But we lost the election
Now is not the time to lose heart
Remember no president offers perfection

Somethings could have been done better
By our beloved lame duck
Then we protested with posts and letters
And so we must continue and not simply scream FUCK

Our president on the way out transcended race
It seems our next president won’t do the same
But we must follow Obama’s examples of grace
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