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Trump VI: Return Of The Trump

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4 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 6:55:11 PM EST (GMT-5)
They probably will- - but it's a lot easier (and effective) to patrol those few smaller areas than to patrol the entire border.
4 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 7:44:44 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 1:41:29 PM Noldor wrote:
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.

You don't realise there'S a difference, do you?
The fact that ISIS might be refined to 1% of the area they once held doesn't mean that 99% of its fighters have been killed off. Infact your government estimates that they still have 14,000 active fighters in Syria. That is not "99% wiped out" and it certainly is not "mission accomplished".
4 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 7:45:24 PM EST (GMT-5)
But as I said ...
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 11:06:37 AM Matthias wrote:
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.
4 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 8:37:50 PM EST (GMT-5)
US-led?
4 months ago - Saturday 12/22/18 - 10:11:34 PM EST (GMT-5)
lol. I beat ISIS then tweet this.


4 months ago - Sunday 12/23/18 - 12:04:48 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 7:44:44 PM Matthias wrote:
You don't realise there'S a difference, do you? The fact that ISIS might be refined to 1% of the area they once held doesn't mean that 99% of its fighters have been killed off. Infact your government estimates that they still have 14,000 active fighters in Syria. That is not "99% wiped out" and it certainly is not "mission accomplished".


There is no way to get an accurate number. Everyone has a different estimate.

Let the people that live there deal with them. Not the people that live thousands of miles away.




4 months ago - Sunday 12/23/18 - 1:09:44 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Sunday 12/23/18 - 12:04:48 AM Noldor wrote:
Let the people that live there deal with them. Not the people that live thousands of miles away.

You're 75 years late.
4 months ago - Sunday 12/23/18 - 11:03:36 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 6:55:11 PM CowDung wrote:
They probably will- - but it's a lot easier (and effective) to patrol those few smaller areas than to patrol the entire border.

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CD fails again. Noldor says they only have to build walls around the busiest crossing points. CD claims there will be only a few other places to police. It's like Rowan and Martins Laugh in except they aren't being satirical.
4 months ago - Sunday 12/23/18 - 11:34:51 PM EST (GMT-5)
Which part are you having trouble understanding, Bored?
4 months ago - Monday 12/24/18 - 12:15:28 AM EST (GMT-5)
CD pretends that there is something that is not understandable in this ridiculous "logic". It's perfectly understandable that CD and Noldor talk bullsh*t.

You only have to build a wall in a few busiest places and then you only have to set up patrols in the few places left. As I said Bullsh*t double act. Now both will deny that doesn't cover the entire border because neither of them quantified what they or the other one determined as "busiest places" or "the few places left" Cue 20 pages of total bullsh*t in covering each other's asses.
4 months ago - Monday 12/24/18 - 9:38:48 AM EST (GMT-5)
I'm OK with it covering more than just 'the busiest places'. The idea is that the more border that is covered by the wall, the easier it is to patrol the border as a whole.
4 months ago - Monday 12/24/18 - 9:52:37 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 7:44:44 PM Matthias wrote:
You don't realise there'S a difference, do you? The fact that ISIS might be refined to 1% of the area they once held doesn't mean that 99% of its fighters have been killed off. Infact your government estimates that they still have 14,000 active fighters in Syria. That is not "99% wiped out" and it certainly is not "mission accomplished".
On Sunday 12/23/18 - 12:04:48 AM Noldor wrote:
There is no way to get an accurate number. Everyone has a different estimate.

So you don't trust your government military intelligence over FoxNews? Because that's - besides Trump - baseicallly "everyone" who has a diffent number ...
4 months ago - Monday 12/24/18 - 10:03:30 AM EST (GMT-5)
The Dow has its worst week in 10 years (since the 2008 crash), and is on track to have its worst December since the Great Depression.

Trump loves taking credit for when the markets rise; wonder why he hasn't said anything about the drops yet?
4 months ago - Monday 12/24/18 - 11:48:41 AM EST (GMT-5)
CD still not quatifying how much wall would be required to secure the "busiest places" Like 10% or 90% of somewhere in between but it seems like Noldor has it ass backwards in the first place. It would make more sense to put a wall up in the remote areas and use border police to manage the more accessible areas. But as his idea is just pie in the sky nonsense who knows how it would work out?
4 months ago - Monday 12/24/18 - 12:00:00 PM EST (GMT-5)
I'm not going to quantify it because I didn't make the statement about having a wall only in the 'busiest places'.
4 months ago - Monday 12/24/18 - 12:00:49 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Monday 12/24/18 - 9:38:48 AM CowDung wrote:
I'm OK with it covering more than just 'the busiest places'. The idea is that the more border that is covered by the wall, the easier it is to patrol the border as a whole.

4 months ago - Monday 12/24/18 - 1:40:44 PM EST (GMT-5)
As I said CD and Noldor will spend 20 pages covering each other's asses while maintaining that the US doesn't actually have to build a wall across the border except for "busiest places" (Noldor) and a "few other places". (CD) Few being anything between 10% - 90% by CD'S bullsh*t.
4 months ago - Monday 12/24/18 - 3:09:41 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Monday 12/24/18 - 10:03:30 AM birdsong4j wrote:
The Dow has its worst week in 10 years (since the 2008 crash), and is on track to have its worst December since the Great Depression. Trump loves taking credit for when the markets rise; wonder why he hasn't said anything about the drops yet?

It's obviously hillary's fault.
4 months ago - Monday 12/24/18 - 3:13:08 PM EST (GMT-5)
Donald always has a scapegoat. Now it's the federal reserve.
4 months ago - Monday 12/24/18 - 4:14:45 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Monday 12/24/18 - 3:13:08 PM CuckingFunt wrote:
Donald always has a scapegoat. Now it's the federal reserve.

Someone brought up the point the other day that he has a lot of money tied up in variable interest loans. When the Fed raises rates, he has to pay more.

Mnuchin didn't do anyone any favors by calling around asking major banks about their liquidity. AFAIK, no one was particularly worried about that before he sounded the "everything is fine" alarm.
4 months ago - Monday 12/24/18 - 4:24:40 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Monday 12/24/18 - 1:40:44 PM Boredofu wrote:
As I said CD and Noldor will spend 20 pages covering each other's asses while maintaining that the US doesn't actually have to build a wall across the border except for "busiest places" (Noldor) and a "few other places". (CD) Few being anything between 10% - 90% by CD'S bullsh*t.


Now you are just making stuff up.
4 months ago - Monday 12/24/18 - 4:49:04 PM EST (GMT-5)
CD cant handle the truth. Noldor suggests the wall will not be so expensive because it will only be needed in the busier places.
CD steams in like a Rhino and states that it would be easy to use patrols in the few places a wall wouldn't be needed... but he can't quantify his use of the word few because he didn't make the statement he Rhino charged in the first place. So predicable and so typically BULL sh*t.

Cue 20 pages of worm twisting and pointless bollocks.
4 months ago - Monday 12/24/18 - 5:05:55 PM EST (GMT-5)
No 'rhino charge' at all, Bored. I was perfectly clear in my statement that even an incomplete wall is better than no wall at all from an ease of patrolling standpoint.

4 months ago - Monday 12/24/18 - 5:10:36 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 12/22/18 - 6:40:20 PM Boredofu wrote:
Seriously you don't think if you block the places "where most illegals cross" they won' just "flow" in another direction?


On Saturday 12/22/18 - 6:55:11 PM CowDung wrote:
They probably will- - but it's a lot easier (and effective) to patrol those few smaller areas than to patrol the entire border.


Quite the 'Rhino Charge'...

4 months ago - Monday 12/24/18 - 5:10:36 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Monday 12/24/18 - 9:52:37 AM Matthias wrote:
So you don't trust your government military intelligence over FoxNews? Because that's - besides Trump - baseicallly "everyone" who has a diffent number ...


Ok, let's say the number is accurate. Let me ask you for some estimates. What number of American soldier deaths is acceptable to you to continue fighting Isis? How many years should we continue fighting Isis? What is your estimation of how dangerous Isis in Syria is to America?

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