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Trump VI: Return Of The Trump

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5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 2:37:47 AM EST (GMT-5)
He’s doing it for Vlad.
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 2:44:30 AM EST (GMT-5)
Beautiful...


5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 2:56:22 AM EST (GMT-5)
How can it be beautiful if it's not gold-toned?
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 3:23:08 AM EST (GMT-5)
Hmmmm.

1. How far apart are the steel slats?
2. How high?
3. How thick?
4. How deep into the ground?

Just judging by the car there, 1 ft apart, 5 inches thick, 30 feet high (which would mean probably about 6 feet into the ground. Most steel is slightly under 500 lb per cubic foot. So each post is somewhere in the neighborhood of 1.5 tons. The border is about 2000 miles long. 5280 feet in a mile means it's about 10.5 million feet long. That's a lot of steel. And a real dumbass who thinks that the cost of manufacturing and setting each post will be under $500 to keep the project to $5 billion.

Just saying.
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 4:12:56 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 1:49:13 AM Noldor wrote:
[link] Yay!!


Yay?

Is that a sarcastic yay?
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 6:13:57 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 3:23:08 AM postallbear wrote:
Hmmmm. 1. How far apart are the steel slats? 2. How high? 3. How thick? 4. How deep into the ground? Just judging by the car there, 1 ft apart, 5 inches thick, 30 feet high (which would mean probably about 6 feet into the ground. Most steel is slightly under 500 lb per cubic foot. So each post is somewhere in the neighborhood of 1.5 tons. The border is about 2000 miles long. 5280 feet in a mile means it's about 10.5 million feet long. That's a lot of steel. And a real dumbass who thinks that the cost of manufacturing and setting each post will be under $500 to keep the project to $5 billion. Just saying.


Why do you care? Mexico will pay for it.
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 6:21:19 AM EST (GMT-5)
Mexico will buy ladders and dig tunnels.

Ever heard of the Maginot line? Didn't stop many Germans did it?
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 7:14:05 AM EST (GMT-5)
I’m pretty sure I could squeeze through a 1 foot gap.
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 7:24:13 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 7:14:05 AM Mizu wrote:
I’m pretty sure I could squeeze through a 1 foot gap.


Yeah but you’ve got to think like Trump on this one: you couldn’t also squeeze your marriachi band through with you and since all Latin Americans are basically in mariachi bands you’d be SOL in Mehico because of this tremendously beautiful, truly genius, wall.
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 9:44:48 AM EST (GMT-5)
Y'know, even using trump logic, there's an easier and cheaper way to do this poo. Build a 2 mile stretch of this abomination in Nowhere Arizona; film it from 8 different angles; have dumbass in chief post the pictures on his Twitter account and say "Mission Accomplished"
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 10:12:28 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 9:44:48 AM postallbear wrote:
Y'know, even using trump logic, there's an easier and cheaper way to do this poo. Build a 2 mile stretch of this abomination in Nowhere Arizona; film it from 8 different angles; have dumbass in chief post the pictures on his Twitter account and say "Mission Accomplished"

... and have Noldor post "Yay!"
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 10:46:40 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 1:49:13 AM Noldor wrote:
[link] Yay!!
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 4:12:56 AM Orion wrote:
Yay? Is that a sarcastic yay?


No.

Isis is 99% wiped out. There is no reason for them to stay.
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 10:51:53 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 3:23:08 AM postallbear wrote:
Hmmmm. 1. How far apart are the steel slats? 2. How high? 3. How thick? 4. How deep into the ground? Just judging by the car there, 1 ft apart, 5 inches thick, 30 feet high (which would mean probably about 6 feet into the ground. Most steel is slightly under 500 lb per cubic foot. So each post is somewhere in the neighborhood of 1.5 tons. The border is about 2000 miles long. 5280 feet in a mile means it's about 10.5 million feet long. That's a lot of steel. And a real dumbass who thinks that the cost of manufacturing and setting each post will be under $500 to keep the project to $5 billion. Just saying.


You don't need to cover the entire 2000 miles. Just the places that most illegals cross.
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 10:54:57 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 6:21:19 AM Boredofu wrote:
Mexico will buy ladders and dig tunnels. Ever heard of the Maginot line? Didn't stop many Germans did it?


It's not intended to stop everyone, but If it stops most of the flow, it's done it's job.
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 11:06:37 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 1:49:13 AM Noldor wrote:
[link] Yay!!
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 4:12:56 AM Orion wrote:
Yay? Is that a sarcastic yay?
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 10:46:40 AM Noldor wrote:
No. Isis is 99% wiped out. There is no reason for them to stay.

Your military leaders, most Republican politicians, your former secretairy of defense and a vast majority of experts say otherwise.
But you have Trump, Fox News and Vladimir Putin on your side with your assessment. But I guess that's good enough for you.
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 12:11:21 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 10:51:53 AM Noldor wrote:
You don't need to cover the entire 2000 miles. Just the places that most illegals cross.


You're questioning your President who said the wall must be built along the entire border? How unpatriotic of you.
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 12:20:28 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 1:49:13 AM Noldor wrote:
[link] Yay!!
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 4:12:56 AM Orion wrote:
Yay? Is that a sarcastic yay?
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 10:46:40 AM Noldor wrote:
No. Isis is 99% wiped out. There is no reason for them to stay.

Aww, did the little man who lives in your radio tell you that?

That must be why the US anti-ISIS envoy just resigned yesterday in protest over the decision to pull out of Syria.
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/brett-...
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 1:38:05 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 10:51:53 AM Noldor wrote:
You don't need to cover the entire 2000 miles. Just the places that most illegals cross.
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 12:11:21 PM postallbear wrote:
You're questioning your President who said the wall must be built along the entire border? How unpatriotic of you.

Questioning the president is a very American thing to do. There are not many other countries where you are free to do that.
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 1:41:29 PM EST (GMT-5)
From your link bird: “He told reporters that ISIS inhabited just one percent of the territory they once held thanks to the success of the U.S.-led campaign but still maintained a dangerous level of influence.”

As I said, 99% gone.

Why are liberals such war mongers?
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 1:44:01 PM EST (GMT-5)
America cannot and should not be the world police.
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 2:23:32 PM EST (GMT-5)
Pulling out of Syria has no appropriate response other than f*cking f*cked up f*ck.

F*ck US imperialism and f*ck the occupation that has caused 5,000 civilian deaths since 2014 and completely leveled Raqqa after Assad's own heart.

F*ck the greenlight to turkey to annihilate the Kurds and f*ck the greenlight to both Turkey and Iran to force a "peace agreement" down the throats of Syrians like two bullies dividing up the playground.

trump is following obama's policy to a T - escalate the situation, ignore the effects on Syrian lives, then claim "non-involvement" and leave for hell to play out from a distance.
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 3:39:16 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 1:49:13 AM Noldor wrote:
[link] Yay!!
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 4:12:56 AM Orion wrote:
Yay? Is that a sarcastic yay?
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 10:46:40 AM Noldor wrote:
No. Isis is 99% wiped out. There is no reason for them to stay.

You wanna bet the fighting will continue, but this time, the anti Assad and the Kurds will pay.
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 3:41:08 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 1:44:01 PM Noldor wrote:
America cannot and should not be the world police.


If you impose the rules, you have to make people respect them. Stop putting puppets as head of foreign govt, stop protecting them when they violate human rights because it would be inconvenient. Stop neo colonialism.
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 3:52:17 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 3:23:08 AM postallbear wrote:
Hmmmm. 1. How far apart are the steel slats? 2. How high? 3. How thick? 4. How deep into the ground? Just judging by the car there, 1 ft apart, 5 inches thick, 30 feet high (which would mean probably about 6 feet into the ground. Most steel is slightly under 500 lb per cubic foot. So each post is somewhere in the neighborhood of 1.5 tons. The border is about 2000 miles long. 5280 feet in a mile means it's about 10.5 million feet long. That's a lot of steel. And a real dumbass who thinks that the cost of manufacturing and setting each post will be under $500 to keep the project to $5 billion. Just saying.

I don't think it's "see through". More like metal planks and poles.
5 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 6:40:20 PM EST (GMT-5)

On Saturday 12/22/18 - 6:21:19 AM Boredofu wrote:
Mexico will buy ladders and dig tunnels. Ever heard of the Maginot line? Didn't stop many Germans did it?
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 10:54:57 AM Noldor wrote:
It's not intended to stop everyone, but If it stops most of the flow, it's done it's job.


On Saturday 12/22/18 - 10:51:53 AM Noldor wrote:
You don't need to cover the entire 2000 miles. Just the places that most illegals cross.


Seriously you don't think if you block the places "where most illegals cross" they won' just "flow" in another direction?

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