Dan Kuechenmeister

Dan Kuechenmeister 2 weeks, 3 days ago on Ken Collins: Opportunity lost

"The traditional red states voted republican. They would have voted for Adolph Hitler if he was on the ballot, as long as he was Republican." Real class, Dan S., real class, Dan S

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Dan Kuechenmeister 2 weeks, 3 days ago on Jim and Nancy Spillane: We will not close our eyes

So proclaims Dan S. once again taking the lowest road possible. "The traditional red states voted republican. They would of voted for Adolf Hitler if he had been on the ballot, as long as he was a republican." With friends like him the Democratic party doesn't need enemies.

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Dan Kuechenmeister 2 weeks, 3 days ago on Ken Collins: Opportunity lost

Dan S. It is great to have you back. Spinning, twisting, lying. Please quote where I said (at least according to your lies) " that somehow excuses Trump for his affairs and bragging about sexually assault woman, his racism and bigotry and for being perhaps the most narcissistic individual to have ever walked the earth. Well done Dan K., I thought we had evolved since the sixties and advanced beyond a third grade level." Here is my exact quote. "Yes, Trump has said and done some things that are intolerable." It is sad that you have to lie on this forum and try to smear those that dare choose to disagree with your ideology. Because that is indeed what you have done. You have attempted to smear me. I guess I should practice your methodology and go running to the Pilot to complain but i have a better idea. I will let you continue to spew your hate so that our community will see you for what you are. I noticed that in a different thread you said this "The traditional red states voted republican. They would have voted for Adolf Hitler if he had been on the ballot, as long as he was a republican. I have Jewish family and friends, some of whom probably voted for Trump. You should be embarrassed and ashamed to have posted that. Hard to a find a more vile, hateful comment. But coming from you, I guess we shouldn't be surprised. I continue to be disappointed with the Pilot for allowing you to say such hateful things. There have been people banned from this forum for less. As I have said previously i am not a big fan of one party controlling presidency, senate and house. Thanks to you and those like you that continue to insult and denigrate 50% of the country we now have one party in control. I guess the silver lining is it is not the party that you proclaimed would be in charge.

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Dan Kuechenmeister 2 weeks, 3 days ago on Jim and Nancy Spillane: We will not close our eyes

So Dan Shores finally came back. He was one who said the Republican party was done. That HRC would win, that the senate would go back to the democrats and the house would probably go to the democrats and I should start rueing. Hey Dan S I am rueing but OOPS I guess it's because the Republicans won every thing.

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Dan Kuechenmeister 2 weeks, 5 days ago on Brian Kotowski: Color me thunderstruck

George Fargo says "Not even close to "riot". Exercising their First Amendment rights." If it wasn't so sad it might actually be funny. Yep. Move along, move along. Nothing to see here. Just exercising our First Amendment rights. I must have missed the part in the First Amendment where it gives the OK to damage other people's property, attack police officers etc. Just silly misunderstandings I guess.

New Orleans http://www.wwltv.com/news/local/damage-left-in-wake-of-local-anti-trump-protest/350640382

Portland https://www.rt.com/usa/366452-portland-riots-anti-trump/

Oakland http://nypost.com/2016/11/11/trump-protesters-damage-businesses-in-oakland/

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Dan Kuechenmeister 2 weeks, 5 days ago on Jim and Nancy Spillane: We will not close our eyes

I have no idea what kind of president Trump will be. He will most likely be a one term president, but I would have said that about Clinton as well. We have not had a recession in several years so one is due. With interest rates already so low there is no room for the Fed to do much to help. The president will suffer the consequences. I am surprised that the Democratic party did not see the very strong potential that this type of result was possible. They should have seen it coming. When Obama was inaugurated in Jan. 2009 the Democratic party controlled the white house, the senate, the house, had 29 governorships and 27 state legislatures. When Trump is inaugurated they will have lost the presidency, their majorities in the house and senate and have less then 20 governorships, only 12 state legislatures and lost their majority in Kentucky for the first time in over 90 years. As they say in the investment world - the trend is your friend. It's not like this happened over night. Then throw in the way the Democrats campaigned. In my opinion they did very little to tell us why HRC was worthy of the office. They spent most of the time telling us that Trump was unworthy and that any one who would vote for him was racist, misogynist, bigoted, homophobic, xenophobic, sexist, in a simpler term deplorable. I don't know if any saw Michael Moore's video on why he thought it possible that Trump would win and the voters were going to deliver a big f@#k you, but I think he nailed it.Trump actually improved on Romney's vote totals among blacks and Hispanics and even more surprisingly almost matched Romney's vote totals amongst women. The ones Ken Collins insulted in a different post. If the liberals keep up the name calling and hate toward those who dared not vote for the entitled one put forth by the Democratic party then it is possible Ken Mauldin will be correct on 16 years of Republican presidents I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving. We are fortunate to live in America.

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Dan Kuechenmeister 2 weeks, 6 days ago on Steamboat Springs School District updating budget after mill levy passage

It may be the exception that makes the rule but I believe a recall is how CA got Ahhhnold for Governor. Given how close the vote tally was for the mill levy, a recall would certainly get peoples attention.

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Dan Kuechenmeister 3 weeks ago on Ken Collins: Opportunity lost

Here is what Ken Collins thinks about the 42% of women who voted for Trump. "How women who voted for, perhaps, the most misogynistic person in American political history and then can look at their children without some shame is beyond me." "If a woman can justify that vote to her children and all other women, I question American humanity." Amazing. Looks like a re-education camp is necessary for you female "deplorables".

Scott, Knoblaucher looks to me like a combo of Chuck Knoblauch one time second baseman for my MN. Twins and Amy Klobuchar daughter of sports writer Jim Klobuchar and current US Senator from MN. I am sure you meant Klobuchar but being from MN. it did give me a chuckle. Thanks for that and no disrespect meant.

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Dan Kuechenmeister 3 weeks, 1 day ago on Ken Collins: Opportunity lost

Ah yes, Trump is a misogynist/adulterer etc.. JFK certainly had his affairs outside of marriage. a misogynist, an adulterer? Did that make him unfit to be president? LBJ loved to brag about his johnson and frequently threw around the word only rap stars are allowed to use. He had affairs outside his marriage. A bigot, a racist, a misogynist, an adulterer? Was he unfit for president? WJC is well know for his affairs, some of which may have been forced on women. An adulterer, a misogynist? Was he unfit for office? To the best of my knowledge Obama has avoided those indiscretions and I applaud him for that. However, given the number of times he uses the word I in his speeches one might argue he leans a bit in the direction of narcissism. Did that make him unfit for president? Yes, Trump has said and done some things that are intolerable. I don't recall the hue and cry from the liberals that the activities of those past Democratic presidents, similar activities to Trump, caused them to be called the names you have labelled Trump nor made them unfit for president. In the spirit of Christmas - what's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. Apparently in some worlds if a Republican does those things it makes them unfit for office. If a Democrat does those things well, move along, move along nothing to see here. A saying comes to mind for liberals that believe this. If they didn't have double standards, they wouldn't have any standards at all. Don't you just love the way the democrats that yelled and screamed when Trump said he may not accept the results of the election are totally silent about the protests, riots, destruction of property by those who apparently refuse to accept the results of this election. I guess the silver lining is that the destruction is going to require rebuilding so I guess one could argue the rioters are helping Trump fulfill his promise of creating jobs.

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