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    Henry J. on 12/10/2020 at 5:05 AM
    I remembered back to the end of the first Obama election when a TV talking head asked Mitch what he thought of his new president, and Mitch bit the "N" word off the tip of his tongue and Replied "that man is not my president". There's class for you.
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    Henry J. on 07/24/2020 at 5:29 AM
    Re: “Danehy
    With a little luck, not tired of winning, will run around with out his mask and catch the covid and enjoy the consequences. He may even die and wont have to worry about the commies or democrats any more. Commies indeed, where do you find one of those? There hasn't been one in 50 years.
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    Henry J. on 02/13/2020 at 8:28 AM
    Re: “Danehy
    Bravo Tom, you hit it right on the head. An outsider who can spot the "Great Grifter" for the piece of garbage that he has always been. Sadly, because he sits in the White house, it also tells you a lot about the intelligence of the American voter and how easily conned they are.
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    Henry J. on 01/30/2020 at 10:31 AM
    Re: “Danehy
    As an 84 year old New Yorker, born and raised, I remember the decades long loss of our reputation by the grifters who sold the Brooklyn bridge to rubes from the central U.S. The rubes never go away, they are always here for the taking. I remember 1973 when The Donald and his father, AKA the Trump Co, were hailed into Federal court in Brooklyn charged with ordering their rental agents not to show Trump properties to people of color. Appearing in court with their lawyer Roy Cohn they got the usual slap on the wrist that is given to the wealthy. A no Fault judgement but the requirement that showings for the next two years were under court supervision. I remember the trial of the Central Park Five and the letters that the dirt bag wrote to the N.Y. newspapers advocating the execution of the teen agers that he believed were guilty, before they were charged. I won't even go into his monumental failures as a businessman except to ask, how can any one vote for a dimwit who puts 6 casinos into bankruptcy to be the chief executive of a trillion dollar nation? Or the man representing them, as the leader of their country, who refers to more unfortunate countries as those shitty countries. or The stories about Trump, that are numerous in N.Y, like getting the Braille elevator plates off the elevators in Trump tower because blind people will never live in the building. I proudly point to the fact that 85 per cent of voting New Yorkers, in the city, in the 2016 election, voted against one of their own. Hmm. Think that they were telling you something?
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    Henry J. on 06/21/2019 at 8:25 PM
    Re: “Danehy
    It is not only the racial and religious minorities that Trump hates. On page 52 of the June 2019 Atlantic Magazine, in an article entitled Trumps Bigotry, the construction manager of Trumps headquarters which opened in February 1983 in Trump Tower, Barbara Res, the construction manager, tells the heartwarming story of Trumps love of blind people. Inspecting the cab interiors of the elevators. Trump asked what the dots, were. It's braille. An upset Trump said get rid of it. I'm sorry; it's the law, N.Y. City's law, the architect replied. Trumps exact words were "No Blind people are going to live in this building". What a guy!! I guess his famous disability, those pesky heel spurs that kept him out of the service don't count for exclusion.
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    Henry J. on 06/20/2019 at 10:06 PM
    Re: “Danehy
    Hi CW13 There is nothing wrong with my memory. Go on line and type in United States vs. Fred C. Trump, Donald Trump and the Trump Management , Co. and charged them with systemic violation of the 1968 Fair Housing Act in their many complexes. The suit was brought in federal court in Brooklyn N.Y. on October 15, 1973. Maybe you didn't read the newspapers, Hmm?
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    Henry J. on 06/20/2019 at 12:37 PM
    Re: “Danehy
    As an 82 year old New Yorker and U.S. Navy veteran, I was there in 1973 when dirt bag and his beloved father were hauled into Federal Court in Brooklyn, with that stain on the legal profession, Roy Cohn, representing them. Their crime was instructing their rental agents not to show their Trump properties to black people. Hmmm This is our non racist president. Let's look at the 2016 vote in N.Y Bronx 88% against Trump, Manhattan 86% against, Brooklyn 79% against, Queens 75% against, Staten Island, where the cops and firemen hide, 57% loved Trump enough to vote for him.

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