Lindsey Graham warns Kim Jong Un: Don’t try to play Trump — ‘it will be the end of you.’ Oh look. Our little tin pot despot Senator is banging his war drum again.

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Dave K
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Dave K

Wow, jumping back on the Trump bandwagon after being off and on for several years, how surprising. Bonus: He’s not even up for reelection this year, imagine that.

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

The clown’s just mad his pal McStain didn’t get a chance to bomb the place.

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Oh great, run your mouth and screw it up, dummy.

But then again, perhaps that’s what he intended to do…

Not so silent
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Not so silent

Linda, just stop and take some Midol…..

Joe Redfield
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Joe Redfield

He definitely has one of the most punchable faces on Capitol Hill.

poppajoe49
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Joe Redfield
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Joe Redfield

Exactly.

deepthinker
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deepthinker

Grahmnesty has suddenly grown a pair and found a spine too. JSTFU Lindsey, McInsane needs you to come powder his ass.

MGAP
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MGAP

Didn’t we all go to school with one of these types? Always deserving to get his ass kicked. But, “Hit me and my big brother will kick your ass.”

JPTravis
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I remember specifically an example of that type. He was perhaps the biggest sissy in our class. Played no sports but had a big mouth. The 60s race riots had finally reached Grand Rapids and there’d been a couple fights in school and we were all sitting in a Burger Chef (WTF ever happened to Burger Chef by the way?) talking about all the commotion and he said something along the lines of, “We need to go out and find black guys and beat the shit out of them!” I just looked at him and asked, “Who the hell are you going to beat the shit out of? Captain Kangaroo?” Then I started naming names of kids we all knew and went to school with and considered friends, and that was the end of that. It’s much harder to hate people once you put names to them and treat them as individuals instead of placing them into a group. And if you’re on a football team or basketball team with them? Forget about it–you’re more loyal to your team than your race. I’d bet everything I own that that little loudmouth yapper grew up to be a Democrat.

MGAP
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MGAP

I’ve seen the big brother show up that has responded to the cry of “Wolf” a few times too many. We all thought he would kick someone’s butt for the little brother, only to tell the little brother to stop being such a dick and take care of his own problems. Watch his brother get whacked around a bit only intervening to prevent a two on one situation. Defining moment for little brother.

whiskeyriver
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whiskeyriver

Are we getting old or what? You remember Burger Chef? I worked in a Burger Chef when I was a teen! I ended up being an assistant manager, 16 years old, and closing the place at night. We had to count cups, do other inventory stuff, cleaning the chains that carried the hamburger patties and buns across the gas burners, damn that was a lot of years ago! Burger Chef and Jeff, LMOAO…And our fries were just as good as McDonald’s any day! Did they use those yellow buns like we had where you lived? Great buns, but yellow?

poppajoe49
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poppajoe49

I loved Burger Chef! They were so much better than McDonald’s.

whiskeyriver
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McDonald’s was growing so fast by then that Hamburgers Inc., the parent company for Burger Chef, could not keep up and they sold the company to Micky D’s. The only real difference between the two was at Burger Chef we flame broiled the hamburger patties and toasted the buns instead of grill frying the patties and putting them on a cold bun. We had this dispenser machine that we held the bottom part of the bun under, pressed it up and bam! Two little squirts of mustard and two little squirts of catsup was on the bread. Then slap on two pickle slices, the hamburger patty, the top of the bun and you had the basic hamburger that McDonald’s has sold a few billion of. McD’s had a quarter pounder with cheese, we had the Super Shef with cheese. Even our “special” sauce was the same. Take a 5 gallon bucket of mayo, mix it with a 5 gallon bucket of thousand island salad dressing and bingo! You got “special” sauce! No shit buddy, that is all their special sauce is.

whiskeyriver
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whiskeyriver

I am the big brother but if a little brother started shit he got what he asked for. We were taught to watch after and protect each other but our old daddy also taught us that we were responsible for our own actions. Start shit, take care of it yourself. Don’t start shit, then the entire family was behind you. Pretty simple to figure out if you think about it.

whiskeyriver
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whiskeyriver

I am the big brother but if one of my brothers started shit with someone then they got what they deserved. Never start trouble, always finish it when trouble comes to you. That was the way we were raised and still think today. Never start it, never back away. You take care of the problem.