04.27.2017 11:52 AM

SOME HON. MEMBERS: Hear, hear!


  1. Warren says:

    Trump is a psychopath who did a whiplash-inducing flip flop in less than 24 hours. He’s a fool and so is anyone who defends him.

  2. Charlie says:

    Trump is like a poker pro if the objective of the game was to show your hand to every person from here to Japan.

    He’s gone from parading around as a master “deal maker” to appearing as the most impressionable and infantile 70+ year-old to have ever held any modicum of power.

    Its funny, his bloviating about tearing shit up and demanding changes aren’t remotely backed up by reality. “Terminate 2-3 days from now”, is he fucking retarded? You can’t just flip a switch and turn a massive trading relationship off. There’s a legal process by which he is required to exit a deal. More importantly, I’d like to hear someone from the WH explain how this would go down with Congressional Republicans whose regions directly benefit from NAFTA and how the US would mitigate the economic disaster this would have brought on.

    Jesus Christ.

    This fucking moron has the capacity to grasp issues barely equal to the level of a Kardashian.

    It is perhaps the thing one thing that irritates me most about Trump; he’s just incredibly and visibly stupid.

    • Ronald O'Dowd says:


      I remember that the FTA could be canceled on six months notice. The NAFTA provision must be similar.

  3. Curtis in Calgary says:

    Gordie. Gordie. Gordie. I’d ask when you’re going to learn, but that would be rhetorical.

  4. Patrick says:

    “Absolutely brilliant”. LOL. Leave it to you to come up with a ridiculous statement like that to spin Trump’s latest flip flop. Did you go to the same PR school Sean Spicer did?

  5. Matt says:

    The fact that some Republicans indicated they would force a vote on him pulling out of NAFTA might also have had something to do with it.

  6. Ronald O'Dowd says:


    Who pissed on Trump’s chairs?

    Vraiment pas beau.

  7. Any of us who lived through the ’88 Free Trade election recall how badly Canada was expected to lose its very identity with the deal’s realization; and how much the whole thing was simply a huge benefit to the USA at our collective expense – at least the way Turner and Broadbent deemed it. My current employment in the business service industry to a Colorado-based telecom company certainly depends on the deal, as much as this American employer depends on the savings of paying my salary in CDN$ and greatly reduced medical insurance. This is not rocket science – unless you are a buffoon who never had to think too hard or learn too much about anything beyond real estate and how to rate women based on a sliding scale of their sexuality and servility.

  8. Ronald O'Dowd says:


    Thinking people wish Trump had at least five Bannons and Kellyannes.

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