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    So Trump brought up the idea of putting his face on Mt. Rushmore, saying basically, "If I bring it up, the liberal media will go nuts- so I won't bring it up"......Ummmm, I know his intelligence quotient is pretty low....But I believe he actually did bring it up....and the way he brought it up proves that subconsciously, he does think he should be up there......I bet he thinks that ALL ships should now be named USS Trump....Not one, not some, but ALL.....

    Anyway, I found a pic of the response of Mt. Rushmore TO Trump mentioning that he should be up there......
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    Trump is alot better fisherman than you are.

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    lmao this guy has been president for 5 min and he is already biff.. lmao this is guna be an interesting 8 years..


    idea... from a libertarian perspective

    we let the liberals destroy george washington for racism and then in replacement put donald trump...

    everybody is happy and not happy.. they are both in superposition



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    ooooooooo thats a good one

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    As usual THATGAY who has many, many posts just doesn't quite get it right. It's just his nature.
    He posts something about not seeing someone from the Democratic party represented at Mount Rushmore. But there is.
    I assume he's trying to imply the Republicans are represented. That would be true in a way, but it's not exactly accurate or the whole story.
    Because the figures in Mount Rushmore were chosen more than 90 years ago, surely no thinks the figures chosen then represent the current parties as they are now, or perhaps THATGAY thinks Trump should have been included. He does have some weird ideas.

    (Jefferson)The United States didn't have the typical democrat/republican parties back then. Jefferson leaned anti-federalist and eventually took to calling his party the Democratic-Republican party. NOTE TO THATGAY,Democratic was placed first.

    Theodore Roosevelt
    founded a third party, the Progressive, so-called "Bull Moose" Party.

    Gorge Washington did not run on a political party platform.

    Abraham Lincoln ran as a Republican, but the Republican Party has changed greatly and is not the same party Lincoln represented. At the time it was more like the Democratic party of recent times. Do you see Donald Trump standing up for the rights of Blacks, or for anyone other than individuals like himself. That would be rich and white? The Republican Party is currently not the party that is going out of it's way to protect civil liberties.

    I'm not sure what THATGAY's point is. I think he just wants to increase his 30,000+ postings on this site and RiverDaves. .....Go Dude, Go.




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    Holy Hoola! To even TRY to make Washington to be in ANY party is really stupid; Upon leaving office, he stated, "Political parties will be the death of this country!"....He was in no party and would not lend his support to any party.

    Teddy Roosevelt told the Republican party to go to hell.....One of the MANY reasons he is my favorite President...I don't care which party you are in....To have the strength of character to tell them you disagree and then walk is a big plus in my book.

    (I fully understand that tommy-boy thinks that his "Party" is perfect....never doubts anything they say.....marches in lock-step like a good little nazi...in fact, if I remember, he was one of the ones calling for destroying the US and walking because Obama won 8 years ago!)

    My statement about believing what your party or candidate is saying; If you believe what YOUR party or candidate is saying more than 50% of teh time....Then you need to take yourself down and have yourself COMMITTED! (You are out of your freaking mind!!!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cvxjet View Post
    So Trump brought up the idea of putting his face on Mt. Rushmore, saying basically, "If I bring it up, the liberal media will go nuts- so I won't bring it up"......Ummmm, I know his intelligence quotient is pretty low....But I believe he actually did bring it up....and the way he brought it up proves that subconsciously, he does think he should be up there......I bet he thinks that ALL ships should now be named USS Trump....Not one, not some, but ALL.....

    Anyway, I found a pic of the response of Mt. Rushmore TO Trump mentioning that he should be up there......
    I heard that his IQ is in the low 150's. You are going to find that over time, your "hate" for Trump is not good for your health. Relax

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    Yes, he may have a high IQ....But lots of mass murderers and despots have had high IQs.......One problem that you are completely blind to is the "Power" problem........Strangely, you all seem to rail against the problem of corruption in govt'....which is caused by >>>>Power<<<...Specifically, the abuse of power.......Yet you can not see that ANYBODY who is given (Too much) power, they tend to go off the....rails....

    Trump is the perfect example of Power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely.......The simple fact that he believes already that he should be on Mt. Rushmore is actually completely delusional.....I suspect that he is CLINICALLY insane.........

    I will give you that he was definitely right when he stated 2 decades ago that "If I ran for president, I'd run as a republican....they are the dumbest voters"

    Sadly, the Oil oligarchies and Putin have been working hard to feed you BS thru FAUX and other "Conservative" news outlets.....The simple proof of this is that the "Conservatives" all like Putin....

    We need to toss chumpy and get pence up there running things properly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsplace View Post

    As usual THATGAY who has many, many posts just doesn't quite get it right. It's just his nature.
    He posts something about not seeing someone from the Democratic party represented at Mount Rushmore. But there is.
    I assume he's trying to imply the Republicans are represented. That would be true in a way, but it's not exactly accurate or the whole story.
    Because the figures in Mount Rushmore were chosen more than 90 years ago, surely no thinks the figures chosen then represent the current parties as they are now, or perhaps THATGAY thinks Trump should have been included. He does have some weird ideas.

    (Jefferson)The United States didn't have the typical democrat/republican parties back then. Jefferson leaned anti-federalist and eventually took to calling his party the Democratic-Republican party. NOTE TO THATGAY,Democratic was placed first.

    Theodore Roosevelt
    founded a third party, the Progressive, so-called "Bull Moose" Party.

    Gorge Washington did not run on a political party platform.

    Abraham Lincoln ran as a Republican, but the Republican Party has changed greatly and is not the same party Lincoln represented. At the time it was more like the Democratic party of recent times. Do you see Donald Trump standing up for the rights of Blacks, or for anyone other than individuals like himself. That would be rich and white? The Republican Party is currently not the party that is going out of it's way to protect civil liberties.

    I'm not sure what THATGAY's point is. I think he just wants to increase his 30,000+ postings on this site and RiverDaves. .....Go Dude, Go.



    Quote Originally Posted by cvxjet View Post
    Holy Hoola! To even TRY to make Washington to be in ANY party is really stupid; Upon leaving office, he stated, "Political parties will be the death of this country!"....He was in no party and would not lend his support to any party.

    Teddy Roosevelt told the Republican party to go to hell.....One of the MANY reasons he is my favorite President...I don't care which party you are in....To have the strength of character to tell them you disagree and then walk is a big plus in my book.

    (I fully understand that tommy-boy thinks that his "Party" is perfect....never doubts anything they say.....marches in lock-step like a good little nazi...in fact, if I remember, he was one of the ones calling for destroying the US and walking because Obama won 8 years ago!)

    My statement about believing what your party or candidate is saying; If you believe what YOUR party or candidate is saying more than 50% of teh time....Then you need to take yourself down and have yourself COMMITTED! (You are out of your freaking mind!!!)
    Would one of you genius's please point out the dem on Mt Rushmore?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy View Post
    Would one of you genius's please point out the dem on Mt Rushmore?

    Oh my gosh !!!
    What in the world does a monument from almost a 100 years ago have to do with todays world or what do you think it means?

    Oh yes, Jefferson called his party DEMOCRATIC-REPUBLICAN PARTY.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsplace View Post

    Oh my gosh !!!
    What in the world does a monument from almost a 100 years ago have to do with todays world or what do you think it means?

    Oh yes, Jefferson called his party DEMOCRATIC-REPUBLICAN PARTY.
    Like TG said no Democrates
    Jacksonian democracy was a 19th-century political philosophy in the United States that espoused greater democracy for the common man, as that term was then defined. Originating with President Andrew Jackson and his supporters, it became the nation's dominant political worldview for a generation.
    This era, called the Jacksonian Era (or Second Party System) by historians and political scientists, lasted roughly from Jackson's 1828 election as president until slavery became the dominant issue after 1854 and the American Civil War dramatically reshaped American politics. It emerged when the long-dominant Democratic-Republican Party became factionalized during the early-to-mid 1820s. Jackson's supporters began to form what would become the modern Democratic Party and supporters of his political rival, John Quincy Adams, created the National Republican Party, which would later combine with other anti-Jackson elements to form the Whig Party.
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    Sorry, but I think you're getting a little carried away. Isn't that a bit like saying Blue-Gray has no blue?
    How can anyone say Democratic-Republican doesn't include Democratic? As you posted, "Jackson's supporters began to form what would become the modern Democratic Party."

    If you looked the political party up in the dictionary, where would you start looking? Maybe, under D for Democratic. I don't care how you slice it, you can't say he was Republican without saying he was Democratic.

    Actually, the whole thing is a rather foolish topic considering THATGAYS original post. What is the relevance of who the monument represents party wise anyway? The concept was originated almost a 100 years ago and none of the parties are what they used to be.

    If it makes anyone happy, I have never thought about what images the parties on the monument represented. I doubt anyone else has either. THATGAY posted his irrelevant garbage just to be a pain in the ass to everyone and stir up shit. How is it relevant or what does it prove?

    THATGAY is just trying to rack up more posts to add to his enormous and foolish post count.

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