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Can we avoid the crossover please - Celebitics | IF CELEBRITIES COULD REMEMBER THEY BUILD A FOLLOWING FOR THEIR ACTING SKILLS NOT THEIR POLITICAL BELIEFS THAT WOULD BE GREAT | image tagged in memes,that would be great,politics,celebitics,waiting for someone to mention trump | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Haha, upvote from here - good one!
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10 ups, 1 reply
Thank you. Without ups like your's this troll who won't come forward and let it be known he/she has a problem will continue to stall my memes
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10 ups, 2 replies
However I fear so many people are swayed by familiar faces with no history in politics and that's why celebrity endorsements are a thing
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11 ups, 1 reply
That said (wisely), all people, regardless of their fame, have the right to speak out on their beliefs. At the risk of causing dour political ill-will, I would posit that the current occupant of the oval office is there due to people's love of celebrity.
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12 ups, 2 replies
Everyone has the right to speak out on their beliefs. Freedom of speech is crucial.
Now when it's a familiar figure that has been fed an agenda this is a manipulation of trust.

Sarah Paulson is a good example of trust being abused. She was brought onto national TV to educate the public on what was in Hills emails, she said the emails contained "please print this" "print this again" "are you up" "are you still up" and jokes were made in a comfortable setting with someone currently very popular and familiar with the audience.

She did not highlight any of the incriminating emails. She effectively reassured the public with her familiarity that there was nothing to be concerned about.

Now the person currently in office was brought in as a big No to the current failing establishment. F*ck he could even be a way out of all the dodgy arrangements made with the middle east by previous administrations.

Businessmen (and women) are far more involved in politics and new policies than politicians would like you to know about. Take a look how long Trump has been friends with the Clintons it goes a lot further back than even Obama's administration. This could have been Donald doing Hillary a favor by running as her easiest opponent but that's conspiracy.
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12 ups, 2 replies
Sorry, had to put it here again.
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That made me laugh hard lol
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Not familiar with the Paulson issue. You're right, there's a lot of incestuousness in current politics, but I'm not sure Trump (claiming to) step out of it and start blowing things up is the answer. The United States' power is based on it's influences, and has led to a sort of Pax Americana, if you will. I just think that with the current messy method of the current president that this country will be weaker in four years. And without America's ability to project power the world will be weaker and there'll be a vacuum that some lesser country will step into, like China.
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I think it's something like...
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If people remembered the same thing that would be great too.
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7 ups, 1 reply
This was the Hillary camps biggest mistake.
They thought they were facing Donald trump the man. What they didn't understand was that they were facing Donald trump THE BRAND.
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6 ups, 1 reply
Sounds like there is no separating his business from his presidency
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4 ups, 1 reply
The only difference between his business and any other politicians is that his is public.
I believe in him and he hasn't done us wrong yet.
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5 ups, 1 reply
We do have trump administration promoting their business in White House sanctioned press interviews and are seeing a stronger and stronger Russian connection seems questionable what do you think Nat
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5 ups, 1 reply
I don't think it's a bad thing to be cool with russia. We've been business related to the real evil, China, for far to long.
Basically it was a mistake to force him to resign. I think Trump stupidly have in to the MSM. What did Flynn even do? Talk to the Russians about removing sanctions after he got in office?
All that was said was, "what about removing these sanctions"
"We'll talk about thatin a few months." Big whoop.
Russia has as much natural resources as the entire continent of Africa. Why wouldn't we want to team with russia, use their natural resources, dominate the world and make both of our countries rich?
Globalists have been pushing war with Russia for a hundred years.
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5 ups, 1 reply
Seems the problem is he lied about having those conversations. Also seems to be some infighting in the trump administration. That infighting seems to be leaking info to make others look bad.
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5 ups, 1 reply
Looks like it.
In any other administration the in house differences would be contained.
But the globalists hate that trump is trying to bring back prosperity to America.
Russia is not like a terrific country, but they're not the real enemy of the world. China is.
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4 ups, 1 reply
I would agree China is a bigger threat unless Russia did work with trump people during the election
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6 ups, 1 reply
Eh. It's just a witch hunt to further the idea that trumps presidency is illegitment.
It makes me laugh.
But regardless if he did lie to pence then that's not good.
It's probably hard to sniff out all the wolves.
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9 ups, 1 reply
Oh the irony...
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11 ups, 1 reply
It would seem you are the one I was waiting for.

You tell me how Donald Trump was made a celebrity and then think about the biggest issue with the U.S's economy let me know how they may correlate
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9 ups, 4 replies
Well let's see...

Trump got his daddy's money
Bankrupted a casino
Managed to have zero tax liability for up to 18 years
Was an actor working for Vince McMahon's WWE
Became a reality TV star

I don't understand how that's supposed to make him qualified to improve the US economy.
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12 ups, 1 reply
The acting in WWE makes him not fit for president? What about Obama acting like a nice guy who's not just put $5.9 trillion on the national debt.

He became a reality star through his successful business approach. You can go over previous financial failings he fought through a $916 million loss and COULD have avoided taxes LEGALLY for 18 years. He played by the rules and won, hate the game not the player.

You don't want someone with history of overcoming deficits (like you've highlighted) to fix the national deficit?
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6 ups, 2 replies
How nice you managed to bash Obama rather than add to the discussion. You asked about how Trump became a celebrity and I gave the short version.

Ever hear the phrase "the house always wins"? How is losing a billion dollars "winning"? Maybe that's the kind of "winning" Trump was referring to when he said Americans would be tired of "winning" during his presidency.

My point is, Trump made money in New York City real estate, something any fool can do, then lost money on a casino, something that takes a special fool to do, and has zero experience in either politics or the military. The zero experience thing is what makes him unqualified to be president. The only way Trump dug himself out of debt was by A) convincing his lenders not to call their loans and B) convincing investors to pay him money to put his name on their products, and the conventional wisdom is that Ivanka was the one who convinced him to do that.
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8 ups, 1 reply
Clearly the Obama bash was in response to the ridiculous point of appearing on WWE. If you read past that I put the important words in capitals for you.

So you've just highlighted his SUCCESSFUL negotiating skills with lenders and investors along with the intelligence of his advisors (Ivanka in this case)

Why didn't you just say the lack of experience? I could understand doubts due to that.

You didn't answer my question. Do you not want somebody with experience and history of overcoming deficits to tackle the national debt?
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9 ups, 3 replies
If reducing the national debt is your only goal, you have to reduce spending and increase revenue (taxes). Trump's tax policies, insofar as they have been articulated, seem to be to reduce revenue (taxes) and increase spending. Now, I don't want you to misunderstand: some spending increases for infrastructure are sorely needed. But you would also need an overall tax increase to offset that spending and there isn't the political will in the Republican Party to increase taxes.

I hope that Trump's inexperience isn't a long-term liability. I want Trump to succeed; if he succeeds America (probably) succeeds. My sincere hope is that in three years we'll be able to look back and say "Boy, howdy that first month of President Trump's term was crazy but he sure turned it around; he deserves a second term so we can keep on WINNING". People forget that Reagan had a bumpy first year but Republicans now idolize him as the (second after Washington) Greatest President Ever®.
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Sorry about the delay. It's so hard to gauge Republican intentions and plans with such a biased MSM in place.

I don't disagree with where the spending is needed or how that may come about. I believe Trump is aiming for the pre bill Clinton version of America, the powerhouse of production Ford and Boeing not the silicon Valley stock market mess that's currently in place.

He's convinced Ford to expand a plant in Michigan ($700 million) instead of building the $1.6 billion plant in Mexico. To me this is the way forward in-house production, more jobs for American people and a bigger market share of the motor industry.

The unease and uncertainty being promoted by MSM is criminal. It's constant character assassination and does nothing for improving the unity within the country
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8 ups, 1 reply
The chaotic manner in which the administration is run makes it hard for the administration to know what its own intentions and plans are. Witness the confusion over the travel ban.

Trump wants to "bring back" American manufacturing and exports, but the most likely result of his proposed border adjustment tax is a stronger dollar, which hurts exporters by making their products more expensive on the international market.

The Trump administration creates unease,like when the proposed National Security Advisor undermines a sitting president and then lies to the vice-president elect.
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I hear you, instances like that do no favors to the image of the current Republican party. Just be thankful we get to hear about these things whereas before the media was so controlled it was impossible to hear about these in-house issues.

When talking about a stronger dollar don't forget the 'ransom' that's in place. China and Japan own $2.2 trillion of the national debt and levy there currency on the strength of the dollar. These are the sorts of systems already in place and are almost impossible to adjust.
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What worries me is that we may only be hearing about Flynn's antics because the Acting Attorney General was a holdover from the Obama administration; would Jeff Sessions have ordered the same FBI investigation?

A couple things the alt-media isn't telling you:
1) The Japanese yen is a free-floating currency, that is, it is traded around the world and thus its value is determined by various markets' faith in the value of the currency, the same as the US dollar or EU euro. The Chinese renminbi is valued based on a basket of world currencies. While the US dollar seems to weigh heavily, other major currencies such as the euro and the pound sterling are included in the calculation.
2) US government debt does not exist in the form of puttable bonds, in other words a lender cannot "call in" their loan; instead the bonds and treasuries pay out a fixed amount over a fixed period of time. China can and does sell their bonds, but doing so does not harm the US economy; in fact it's generally seen as a warning sign for the Chinese economy. Besides slowing growth and a transition from a production to a consumption economy, China is facing massive capital flight (rich Chinese parking their assets outside China). The country has also burned through over half a billion dollars worth of foreign currency reserves in an attempt to prop up the renminbi and has additionally sold over $300 billion in treasuries (US bonds). On top of all that, there is a bad debt problem looming in China that could make the Great Recession look like an off year.
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Great comment. I'll respond when I can
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5 ups
Did you just say Washington was a republican? XD
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The casino's you speak of in Atlantic city? Several others have gone bankrupt. Nearly all in fact. Probably because it was in a liberal hellhole state :)
So it's not like it was just him.
Any fool can make money in NYC real estate? How much have you made?
Zero political experience? This is what makes me laugh. The msm has tricked you into thinking the only people who can govern, are politicians! But if you knew anything about politics you'd know that the founders didn't intend for career politicians. They intended the leaders be the best of the best.
What are you insinuating about ivanka?
Fill free to pick and choose what you respond to.
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10 ups, 1 reply
515 businesses. 4 went bankrupt. That's a 98% success rate. I suppose you have done better.
Took a million dollars and made billions.
Lottery winners lose that in a year.
Used tax loop holes put in place by, you guessed it! Politicians.
Has beatin up and shaved the head of the top 1%.
Was so business savy people wanted to watch him work.
The economy has already improved, even before he got into office.
You wealth envy is just sad. Cuz that's what it is, wealth and success envy.
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Excellent and accurate comment
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5 ups, 3 replies
He's wrong you know. When Trump says a small loan of a million dollars he's lying and he knows it. The papers he filed with the New Jersey Gaming Commision list a $14 million loan from Fredrick Trump as part of Donald's financial backing. This isn't the MSM saying that; it's Donald Trump himself.
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I'm sorry Skipp that number could be $140 million to take that and be involved in developments of his scale it still wouldn't sway me
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It won't let me respond to your latest post. That's a fantastic overview it just doesn't take into account the progress China are making in terms of employing their population. This is why they really hold US bonds and currency it stabilises their currency
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5 ups, 1 reply
See? All you can do is argue semantics.

Let's say it WAS 14 million. Does that somehow discredit the fact that he still became a multi-billionaire?

Get out of here with your butthurt, small-minded bullshit.
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Lol
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Some of the best security advisors are former thieves who got caught and paid the price. Trump's bankruptcy and recovery kinda gives him firsthand knowledge on how to avoid it in the future. Anyone who has never failed has never tried anything new.
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I'm sure there's a successful meme in that paragraph. Exactly how I view things. The mistakes I've made I could write a handbook on how to avoid
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Yes, free speech should ONLY be circumstantial and NOT an individuals free will... Its the equivalent of saying: "I wish idiots didn't use IMGFLIP.com to tell others how to use other platforms to promote ideas/discussions..."

Also you could say that both Hillary and Trump used their "celebrity" to promote their political views.. Can we please use some critical thinking?
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Agreed. Celebrities on IMGflip should try to make more funny memes than political because funny memes are what we recognize them for. :P
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If our president could remember that the truth is an actual thing that would be great.
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4 ups, 2 replies
If you could stop being butthurt about Trump that would be even better.
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Don't forget this classic....
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3 ups, 1 reply
When I started to speak the rain stopped and the sun came out. And what you think of as butt-hurt is actually despair at watching an imbecilic chimp slinging his poop all around our White House. Defending that cretin says all that needs to be said about you. And comparing him to Obama is downright delusional. I guess the Chinese zodiac got it wrong. It's the year of the moron.
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Oh you're not butthurt? That must be why you made two butthurt memes about being downvoted. You're trying so hard to troll, it's really quite pathetic. Purple lips the clown is lucky to have dim-witted trolls like yourself as supporters.
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I shouldn't address the puss wad who downvotes other people in order to stop them from disagreeing with him in the only other way possible? It's either wait 225 minutes or post an original meme. So guess what? Blame the "butt-hurt meme" on the downvoter with sand in his vag.
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And BTW calling an African American purple-lips is racist af. So thanks Trump's America. Orange is the New White.
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He's not black dumbass.
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To whom were you referring when you said purple lips?
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Lets define celebrity in 2017. That could be a guy with 500,00 subscribers. Think about what you're saying.
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rip Dr. Drew shows. :(
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5 ups, 2 replies
I fully agree, which is why celebrity billionaire, Donald Trump needs to shut his f**king mouth.
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3 ups, 1 reply
shut your [email protected]#$% mouth libtard...cant wait until this turns into a shooting war....notches...notches on my buttstock
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seriously I am so tired of their garbage....isn't it getting old? Racist...misogynist...bigot...white privilege blah blah blah blah....
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I love how all the small cocked losers can't wait to pull out their p**is extenders and point them at someone. "If you won't look at my dick I'll make you look at my gun." And that goes for Seth too. I get downvoted too much to talk to each of you shitforbrains individually so you're going to have to share.
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100th comment!
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Hey, politics ate famous, so Donald Trump has the right to issue.
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Next time use the term Kardashian, or "Insert_dumb_celeb_here". Categorizing all celebrities as dumb is ignorant. Imagine the government was going to force you and 1,000 of your neighbors to move in the interest of a big conglomerate oil company and "Some celebrity" used his fame to protest against it.
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You have a point. I'll give you that. I agree with both Dazzzer's meme and your comment. One thing's for sure, is that SOMETHING needs to be done. Especially because of how many more celebs were thought to be supporting Hillary, but in reality, that was not the case. I say that celebs should not bring up politics, unless they have to.
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6 ups, 1 reply
Exactly.
I pay to see the monkeys dance, not spew their "incite."
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4 ups, 1 reply
lmao that's meme worthy, I wish I worded this meme like that
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4 ups, 1 reply
Lol thanks.
But really. There are several celebrities I really liked, until they let me know how insane and just plain ugly hearted people.
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3 ups, 1 reply
It just goes to show they all have a price ;)
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is that Ted DiBiase? lol
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And Virgil lol
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Lol awesome reference
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