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  1. #301
    Quote Originally Posted by solinari6 View Post
    Come on, man, that's very ageist. You're better than that! If people that old and decrepit still have the desire and the means to get freaky, I say have at it!
    Hey, retirees can spread all the STD's in their communities that they want. Have at it old retired folks, fuck like rabbits without any protection.

    But like, not Congress. Not those people. And given the gender makeup it'd definitely be an awkward sausage fest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solinari6 View Post
    Come on, man, that's very ageist. You're better than that! If people that old and decrepit still have the desire and the means to get freaky, I say have at it!
    I'm morbidly curious. I want to see Lady G get pegged by his domme, for historical accuracy.

    #kinkpositive

    Also love the sex worker and rentboy gossip that come out during every CPAC or NRC.

    Wish they would name name, or print re ipets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milchshake View Post
    Also love the sex worker and rentboy gossip that come out during every CPAC or NRC.

    Wish they would name name, or print re ipets.
    I know! Was so bummed when those rent boys never provided receipts on Lady G. The just let that fucker get re-elected! UGH

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    Can’t say I’m not enjoying this or the people around show how awful they are defending it.
    Blessed are the fornicates, may we bend down to be their whores. Blessed are the rich, may our labor deliver them more.
    Blessed are the envious; bless the slothful, the wrathful, the vain. Blessed are the gluttonous, may they feast us to famine and war.
    What of the pious, the pure of heart, the peaceful, the meek, the mourning, and the merciful? All doomed, all doomed

  5. #305
    The bad part of my brain is hoping Matt Gaetz joins this list:
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...-evil-for-thee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belize View Post
    Congratulations to the GOP for finally reaching the basic minimum of human decency.

    Well. Hypothetically assuming they don't decide to handwave credible evidence as FaEk NoOz
    I doubt the media circus the gop would stir up (though they seem highly reluctant to do so; maybe even they know how fucked gaetz is on this) would amount to a hill of beans in front of an actual judge and jury.

    Like I said before: the GOP tends to do poorly in legal proceedings whenever they can’t effectively stuff the jurying body with their own kangaroo court, as they could do in the impeachment hearings and other various inter-congressional review boards and panels.
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    Kaleredar is right...
    Words to live by.

  7. #307
    https://www.cnn.com/2021/04/14/polit...nts/index.html

    The first thing some of the women were asked to do when they got to the house parties in the gated community in suburban Orlando was to put away their cellphones, according to two women in attendance who spoke to CNN in recent days. The men inside, a who's who of local Republican officials that often included Rep. Matt Gaetz, did not want the night's activities documented.

    The partygoers, at times dressed in formal wear from a political event they'd just left, mingled and shared drugs like cocaine and ecstasy. Some had sex.

    Gaetz, the brash Republican, liked to discuss politics, said one of the women. He behaved like a "frat type of party boy," she said, sometimes taking pills she believed were recreational drugs.

    Details of the parties, which have not been previously reported, were described to CNN by two women who attended several of them over the past few years. Both spoke on condition of anonymity.
    That's not good...

    After some parties, money would change hands. According to receipts reviewed by CNN, Gaetz and his associate Joel Greenberg, a former county tax commissioner indicted last year on multiple federal charges, used digital payment applications to send hundreds of dollars to at least one woman who attended the parties.

    The receipts viewed by CNN record payments that took place between 2018 and 2019 and include at least one that indicated in a label that it was to compensate for travel.
    Man, this sounds like a real college frat-bro kinda

    "No one ever wants to stop partying, stop drinking, once you've had a few glasses of champagne in you," she said.
    Well...not quite frat-bro, their tastes are usually much cheaper. Sounds a lot more like they're some kind of "elites" or something.

    Sex. Drugs. Prostitution. Human trafficking. Apparently this is the Republican party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    Sex. Drugs. Prostitution. Human trafficking. Apparently this is the Republican party.
    These are perfectly okay if you are a white guy with money.
    Princesses can kill knights to rescue dragons.

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    https://www.cnn.com/2021/04/14/polit...ill/index.html

    "He's not a team player," said one senior House GOP member, who requested anonymity to speak candidly about a colleague. "He's not someone who contributes to the caucus. Most of us don't really know him. If he did it and gets indicted, so what? A new Republican will replace him in that district and probably be a better member of Congress."
    This is why building relationships with colleagues is important, and why the hyper-individualistic Trumpism is doomed to fail. You win no allies when you look out only for yourself and generally act like a shitheel to everyone.

    However there's a more cynical aspect of this - that Republicans want him gone because they know the district is a safe seat and anyone replacing him is likely an improvement. They don't care if their colleague is human garbage, because he's a vote. They don't care if they've been working alongside a drug abusing human trafficker, only that whoever replaces him isn't such a piece of shit.

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    I think your point:
    Quote Originally Posted by Belize View Post
    Congratulations to the GOP for finally reaching the basic minimum of human decency.

    Well. Hypothetically assuming they don't decide to handwave credible evidence as FaEk NoOz
    has been adequately addressed here:
    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    https://www.cnn.com/2021/04/14/polit...ill/index.html
    This is why building relationships with colleagues is important, and why the hyper-individualistic Trumpism is doomed to fail. You win no allies when you look out only for yourself and generally act like a shitheel to everyone.
    This is why building relationships with colleagues is important, and why the hyper-individualistic Trumpism is doomed to fail. You win no allies when you look out only for yourself and generally act like a shitheel to everyone.

    However there's a more cynical aspect of this - that Republicans want him gone because they know the district is a safe seat and anyone replacing him is likely an improvement. They don't care if their colleague is human garbage, because he's a vote. They don't care if they've been working alongside a drug abusing human trafficker, only that whoever replaces him isn't such a piece of shit.
    The Republican Party and the GOtrumP are completely morally bankrupt.

  11. #311
    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    Sex. Drugs. Prostitution. Human trafficking. Apparently this is the Republican party.
    Don't forget pedophilia, Roy Moore should have been the hint that these guys are way too comfy with pedos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivanstone View Post
    The bad part of my brain is hoping Matt Gaetz joins this list
    As I've said multiple times, the Republican Party is apparently more willing to back a murderous traitor, than someone who has an abortion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solinari6 View Post
    I know! Was so bummed when those rent boys never provided receipts on Lady G. The just let that fucker get re-elected! UGH
    He pays well, you think they'd want to lose a regular customer? Or more importantly his money?
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    Quit using other posters as levels of crazy. That is not ok

  14. #314
    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    https://www.cnn.com/2021/04/14/polit...nts/index.html



    That's not good...



    Man, this sounds like a real college frat-bro kinda



    Well...not quite frat-bro, their tastes are usually much cheaper. Sounds a lot more like they're some kind of "elites" or something.

    Sex. Drugs. Prostitution. Human trafficking. Apparently this is the Republican party.
    Wasn't this the second season of True Detective?

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    In the end, I think Gaetz is going to avoid any real criminal issues. Let's face it, wealthy people don't really get in trouble for vice-related crimes like drugs and hookers. He can play ignorant with lot of this, and swear those payments were for expenses, and not criminal acts.

    It will be a lie, but it's a lie many wealthy people get away with.
    Quote Originally Posted by Knadra View Post
    Multiculturalism hurts and kills. This happened before Trump and it would be happening without him. Racism arises from a multicultural society. If we were monocultural, people would not see issues through the lens of race.
    This is a poster saying that people are at fault for being the victims of terrorism, because they are not white.
    Quote Originally Posted by Wilfire View Post
    I hate personal freedom because people abuse it like a shiny new toy.

  16. #316
    Quote Originally Posted by eschatological View Post
    Wasn't this the second season of True Detective?
    Never seen it, but honestly I wouldn't be surprised given how a lot of conservatives seem to have issues telling the difference between movies/TV and reality.

  17. #317
    https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2021...-investigators

    I love when they just drop the veil and just go right for what they mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by postman1782 View Post
    I love when they just drop the veil and just go right for what they mean.
    Hmm. If Greenberg is charged with 33 counts, I don't think he cooperated. I don't see "We'll knock the damage down to only a few dozen felonies" as a motivating speech.

    He defrauded PPP, huh. Never would have guessed a Trump supporter would have defrauded PPP.

  19. #319
    Quote Originally Posted by eschatological View Post
    Wasn't this the second season of True Detective?
    I'm entirely convinced the first season of True Detective is a parable of Deep South conservative politics.

  20. #320
    Quote Originally Posted by Breccia View Post
    Hmm. If Greenberg is charged with 33 counts, I don't think he cooperated. I don't see "We'll knock the damage down to only a few dozen felonies" as a motivating speech.
    I can see that, though, as being leverage for him to do things like testify in exchange for dropping the charges.

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