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Tucker Carlson, friend, foe or something in between?
« on: December 07, 2018, 08:46:18 AM »
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/tucker-carlson-says-trump-is-‘not-capable’-and-hasn’t-kept-his-promises/ar-BBQB8Vd?li=BBnb7Kx

Hey, is anybody happy with the pace of things?  No.  Wanting more?  Well, duh?!  Yeah!  Any help from feckless Pubbies?  sh*t no.  Lucky to get anything of substance from the Senate, but Mitch's bunch looks downright productive compared to the towel-throwing Ryan House!  Where's the criticism and accountability there, eh Tucker?  Not sure what he hopes to gain with trashing Trump...but whatever...Fox is dying of self-contracted mange...

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Re: Tucker Carlson, friend, foe or something in between?
« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2018, 09:39:39 AM »
All that blather about not understanding the system is BS, it's all part of the system trying to depose him, he knows that.  But without more allies what can he do but point and say "See?!" and what without anybody to carry the ball in Congress what can he do but what he can do with executive powers?  And saying socialism is the future but it will be defeated by nationalism seems to only kick the can down the road, the old E-GOP favorite play of all time!  You have a nationalist as President now, and are not doing sh*t to support him...but you think that support is coming and that all it takes is for socialists to gain more power.

Uhh huh...OK then.

Back to The Last Resort and bloody conflict then, fine with me...but cowards who refuse to fight now but say they will only later?  I have no use for such gutless trash.

And just think...how much more could be accomplished if the feckless AINO/RINO/E-GOP/#NeverTrump ass-clowns were replaced with real allies?!

Gutless cowards...like Progs...I won't feel sorry for one damned bit when the blood starts to splatter!!!
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Re: Tucker Carlson, friend, foe or something in between?
« Reply #3 on: December 07, 2018, 09:14:34 PM »
I noticed that Carlson went from avenging angel to persona non grata at the freepers. In other words he flunked the "sufficiently conservative" litmus test. Dumbasses.

Carlson walks a tightrope of his own construction. He's tried to carve out a unique place for himself amongst the pundits, and I think he's done pretty well. I have misgivings about his recent statement - but then I have misgivings about some of the stuff Trumps says, too. In the aggregate he has been one of the reasonable voices. He's clearly not a fan boi - but that's not what I seek him out for.

I'm not ready to throw him under the bus just yet....


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Re: Tucker Carlson, friend, foe or something in between?
« Reply #4 on: December 08, 2018, 09:13:28 AM »
I read elsewhere he's been whipped, due to the recent terrorism against his family at his home.

We'll see.

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Re: Tucker Carlson, friend, foe or something in between?
« Reply #5 on: December 08, 2018, 02:24:11 PM »
I noticed that Carlson went from avenging angel to persona non grata at the freepers. In other words he flunked the "sufficiently conservative" litmus test. Dumbasses.

Carlson walks a tightrope of his own construction. He's tried to carve out a unique place for himself amongst the pundits, and I think he's done pretty well. I have misgivings about his recent statement - but then I have misgivings about some of the stuff Trumps says, too. In the aggregate he has been one of the reasonable voices. He's clearly not a fan boi - but that's not what I seek him out for.

I'm not ready to throw him under the bus just yet....


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