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Sun Aug 27, 2017, 08:53 AM

Deporable or Honorable - which t-shirt will you wear?

OK, this is from another thread, but I felt it needed it's own OP.

What we need is HONORABLE t-shirts

I ain't walking around with no stinkin DEPLORABLE t-shirt on my chest. I mean, really. I do not aspire to be a lying, cheating, treasonous a-hole who self-identifies as a supporter of a Casino Sharpie who has been installed by the republicans and russians as their Draft-Dodger-in-Chief.

That's just not a goal for me.

But I do aspire to be an HONORABLE human being and an honorable American citizen. Toss me into the Basket of Honorables. Thus, I would glady wear a t-shirt with a design that said:



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Response to Achilleaze (Original post)

Sun Aug 27, 2017, 10:11 AM

1. Definition of honorable

from Merriam-Webster (non-fake dictionary):

1 deserving of respect or high regard

2 entitled to honor or respect

3 performed or accompanied with marks of honor or respect

4 attesting to creditable conduct: consistent with a reputation that is not tarnished or sullied, such as "received an honorable discharge from the army" (unlike Comrade Casino, the republican Draft-Dodger-in-Chief who "never served," but who shoots off his big mouth to demean and disrespect our US veterans and POWs)

5 characterized by integrity : guided by a keen sense of duty and ethical conduct

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Response to Achilleaze (Original post)

Sun Aug 27, 2017, 12:59 PM

2. Definition of Deplorable

1 Shockingly bad in quality. Lamentable. Wretched.

2 disgraceful, shameful, dishonorable, disreputable, unworthy.

3 Votes against emergency funding for Hurricane Sandy, then demands funding for Hurricane Harvey*



* Our fellow Americans in Texas are going to need our help, and I encourage us all to do our best without reservation, despite how a few republican "leaders" have responded to grave emergencies in other parts of America.




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