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Featured Trump's Latest Offensive and Demeaning Comments About Women

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by InTheLight, Oct 7, 2016.

  1. InTheLight

    InTheLight Well-Known Member

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    Well....it's so lewd, so graphic, I can't even type the words that he said. He approved of sexual assault, he condoned adultery, he used vulgar language. Laughed and laughed about it.

    So, go on Trumpeteers, defend this sick pervert. Exhibit A will be Bill Clinton. But Bill isn't running for President. And before you trot out that argument, you better read this: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/09/o...trump-groper-in-chief.html?smid=tw-share&_r=0

    Exhibit B: "but...but...the Supreme Court."
    Exhibit C: "but....but....Hillary."

    Explain how you can tell others about how you support Trump and then try to tell people about Jesus. Tell us how it doesn't harm your witness. How is that going to work for you?

    David Brody, Jerry Falwell Jr., Wayne Grudem, James Dobson, Ralph Reed, Robert Jeffress--you owe your flocks and all of us an apology.
     
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    I have asked this question before and have yet to get an answer: What does a Republican have to stand for before evangelicals will say no more support? Because it is clearly not pornography, or gambling, or supporting planned parenthood, or pandering to the LGBT community, or misogyny, or adultery, or divorce, or avoiding taxes, or defaulting on creditors. As far as I can tell there is no more moral ground for evangelicals that back Trump to stand on, because everything the "moral majority" fought for in the 90s is opposite of Trump position.
    I don't expect an answer because there is none. As had been shown multiple times here loyalty to the GOP supersedes Biblical commands.
    The last polls I saw showed more than 80%of white evangelicals supporting Trump and if that is in fact true well the American church deserve to have Clinton as president.

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    You keep this up and I'm gonna have you start sending you gifts.

    Have said the same thing repeatedly. I think God is gonna have to make an example out of us because we deserve His wrath for this rationalized wickedness.

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    Knocked it out the park again!!!I'm voting for you as President. ITL, you can be VP.:)

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    No one can defend him. But his devotees will still support him.
    He probably won't suffer a deadly hurt for this exposure.
    It is what he has admitted to in his own writings. This is proof.

    My prediction is that he will issue an apologetic and attempt to put the spotlight back onto the Clintons and their sordid past especially with the new Wikileaks being unearthed.

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    I think blessedwife, inthelight,and yaac would all conspire to assassinate David if they had lived at that time in that place.
     
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  7. InTheLight

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    This is just the first salvo. There will be many more.

    The article in the NY Times I linked to in the OP will overshadow any attempt to put the spotlight on Bill Clinton.

    It's likely that many in the GOP know there will be more scandalous stories forthcoming, as many are withdrawing their support our calling for Trump to quit or the party to "fire" Trump.

    Pence could become the nominee and argue that the Republicans did the decent and proper thing by canning their candidate but Dems have not.

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    No because David was anointed King, and God's Word is pretty clear on respecting those in authority over us. Trump on the other hand, is a private citizen asking me for a job, and I am under no Biblical obligation to give him the job. But then again for some the GOP clearly supersedes the Bible, and that is where my biggest problem is with this election has always been. For me it has always been more about the Trump supporters than it has ever been about Trump.
     
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    Well thank you for that, but you will have to wait a few more years before you can write me in as president. right now I am not old enough per the Constitution to be president. So I guess you'll have to give the honour to ITL.
     
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    David repented. David was heart broken. Trump is no King David. Trump has said he doesn't need to ask God for forgiveness. Just hearing that comparison make me want to vomit.

    Insinuating that I or BlessedWife or Zaac would assassinate anyone is way over the top. You, sir, are pathetic.

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    If you do, please get a video and post it. I'd love to see it.

    I don't know what you expect to accomplish by flattery.
     
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    LET ME GET THIS STRAIGHT! - Over 10 years ago Trump makes COMMENTS - and people want him to pull out of the race. Bill Clinton was engaged in sexual acts IN THE OVAL OFFICE - and he remained in office. Any person who supported Clinton back in 1998/99 - has NO business complaining about Trump. - Disclaimer - I am not excusing Trump for what he said.
     
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    Statements made eleven years ago are not "the latest" insults.

    His remarks were crass and sinful. Sin is sin.

    Hillary's felonies are mountainous over the last 40 years. They make Trump's locker room talk
    look tame in comparison. Trump caused no deaths. He didn't engage in pay for play. He' is not compromised with the Justice Department, State Department and FBI. He has not been treasonous --Hillary has been many times over. She pretends to be "shocked" by his words nearly a dozen years ago. Yet she has a foul mouth that goes to the gutter quite often.

    Trump said some blue remarks in 1995. He didn't act on them. Whereas Bill actually raped around a dozen women in his life. That's a big difference. Hillary trashed the women that Bill assaulted. She bullied, intimidated and demeaned them. She is no supporter of women.

    This moment for which Trump is sincerely sorry will humble him. It's for the best. I believe him when he says he will be a better person. I pray that it will lead to his eventual repentance and salvation through Jesus Christ.
     
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    I am wondering what is being saved to be revealed about Trump in the next few weeks. Whatever it is, it will be even more damning. I do not believe he has changed at all. Nothing in his comments, yea insults, during the campaign make me think he has changed a whit.

    The GOP did not take the off ramp last summer when it had an opportunity. Now they are stuck with him and are stuck with the Trump virus.

     
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    Was in 2005, just shortly after he got married to Melania, he's talking about hooking up with another woman.

    Trump's got at least one rape lawsuit in his past that has gone unreported.

    Have you forgotten that he claims to be saved? Paula White said she led him to Christ last winter.

    I suspect we are about to get carpet bombed with opposition research material in the next month. It will be October Surprises. When it's all over they might rename the term Trump Surprises.


    Besides more repugnant stories about his infidelities I can imagine videos or audios of Trump using the 'N' word, photos of Trump doing cocaine, evidence of payoffs to government officials for building permits, even evidence of Trump paying for contract murders.



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    Yeah, anybody against David would praise the devilish Jezebel who's encouragement lead her own people further down the path of totally rejecting God, a path that ultimately lead to the nation's destruction by control of another nation. No less, Elijah the Prophet Confronted the king several times regarding her encouragement (see 1Kings 17 - 18). According to the Bible, Jezebel not only fed and cared for the more than 800 evil false prophets, she had the evil tenacity to murder (1Kings 18-19). She also arranged the murder of a vineyard owner named Naboth when the king could not take control (1Kings 21)...sound familiar?
    I salute the two Navy Seals (who were less than a mile away with our troops that could of been deployed) who disobeyed Hillary's direct orders to stand down so our own people would be purposely murdered.
    One thing for positively sure if Jezebel is elected, the Moloch bill of commended abortion she institutes will be passed (2Kings 17:17 and they caused their sons and their daughters to pass through the fire, and used divination and enchantments, and sold themselves to do evil in the sight of the LORD, to provoke him to anger)... I have to side with Elijah against a wicked heart that has proved itself by it's actions.
     
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    what do you want to happen this election. Given the choices who do you want to win?
     
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    “I’ve never said I’m a perfect person, nor pretended to be someone that I’m not,” Trump said in the video message. “I’ve said and done things I regret, and the words released today on this more than a decade old video are one of them.”

    The Republican presidential candidate claimed the comments don’t reflect who he is as a man.

    “I said it, I was wrong, and I apologize,” he added.

    http://ijr.com/2016/10/709966-trump...n=ods&utm_term=ijamerica&utm_content=politics
     
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