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    Maybe they will take him out shooting and there wil be an accident..........
    No one would blame Queenie or Philip they are getting on a bit and the eyesight is a bit dodge. It would be so easy to mistake the orange hair for a pheasants tail

    Heh heh heh
    Wendy xx


      Hi CC,

      The Queen's house (she has several) i.e. Buckingham Palace is to undergo a 10 year refurbishment costing tax payers £369m. I think Trump is only invited to see if he will offer a loan lol.

      Love Barry
      I’m going to do this even if it kills me!


        She can't take a loan from him! He will foreclose knock it down and build a golf course on it :0


          HAHAHA Good ones Guys! Thanks for the laugh

          Indeed Wendy no one would blame your Queen if she accidently missed, accidents happen all the time....

          Does your Queen still have dungeons in her castle ? maybe she could throw him down there for four years, and release him when it's time for our new election. That way we can do it all over again, and hopefully get it right next time!!



            She has dungeons at Windsor castle but not Buck palace.
            So I am pinning my hopes on the shooting accident. Mind you as he doesn't think the Whitehouse is good enough for him he is going to hate Buck palace its old and draughty he will just die of shock!

            Wendy x



              Dying of shock will work too Wendy(less messy) Really hoping she invites him sooner then later.



                Now they have to rub salt into the wound, and inform us that Hillary won the popular vote by over 2 million.

                Petitions are starting to get rid of the electoral college vote, its a complicated system but the popular vote sounds more fair and square in my opinion. Every vote holds equal weight in every State, and had we done it by popular vote Hillary would be President.

                Still thinking somehow, someway Russia did this to us....just can't accept the fact we did to ourselves I guess...




                  We knew that the next day, oh do get up to speed.

                  Love Terry
                  TB once said that "The forum is still the best source for friendship and information."

                  It will only remain so if new people post and keep us updated on things that work or don't work and tips.

                  Please post on old threads that are of use so that others see them and feel free to start new subjects and threads.


                    LOL funny Terry

                    We are behind the times, and a little slower over on this side of the pond as you can tell from the result of the election Terry.

                    Every morning I wake up and get hit with the reality that Trump is going to be our President, like a punch in the stomach Ugh

                    Michael Moore says today when we are sitting together with all our friends and families for Thanksgiving feast we must find out those at the table who did not support Trump and then we need to start gathering our troops (the Resistance as he calls us) and starting planning to head to the White House on Inauguration Day in protest.

                    A lovely thought and plan of action...but what exactly will that change ?? we are still going to have a President Trump ....oooooh a nauseating thought ....

                    ...but I might actually go to Washington D.C. is only a four hour drive for me, and my kids want to go. They already planning our poster sign, a big picture of the White House on it with the words 'House of Horrors' over it as the NY Daily News now calls it.

                    Indeed watch this space.



                      Maybe a conspiracy theory, maybe not ?? I believed all along Russia somehow, someway tampered with our election because something went very wrong.

                      I think we should have a 'do over' election

                      Below is a speech from Obama regarding this;



                      President Obama on Friday tied election-year hacks of Democrats to Russia’s Vladimir Putin, and warned Republicans that “Ronald Reagan would roll over in his grave” if he saw so many in the GOP expressing fondness for leaders in Moscow.

                      “Not much happens in Russia without Vladimir Putin,” Obama told reporters at his final press conference of 2016. “I will let you make that determination as to whether there are high-level Russian officials who go off rogue and decide to tamper with the U.S. election process without Vladimir Putin knowing about it.”

                      The president promised unspecific and potentially secret retaliation against Russia, telling Putin, “We can do stuff to you,” and took pains to belittle Moscow’s influence over world affairs.

                      “The Russians can’t change us or significantly weaken us,” he said. “They are a smaller country, they are a weaker country, their economy doesn’t produce anything that anyone wants to buy except oil and gas and arms. They don’t innovate. But they can impact us if we lose track of who we are. They can impact us if we abandon our values.”

                      Obama pointed to a public opinion poll that, he said, showed 37 percent of Republicans have a favorable view of Putin, blaming the “fierceness of partisan battle” in the United States for driving Americans into the arms of a historic foe. During the campaign, Donald Trump often heaped praise on Putin, whom he labeled a stronger leader than the U.S. president.

                      “Over a third of Republican voters approve of Vladimir Putin, the former head of the KGB,” Obama said. “Ronald Reagan would roll over in his grave.”

                      At his year-end press conference, President Obama said that the late Republican president Ronald Reagan would "roll over in his grave" at the thought that a third of Republican voters' approve of Russian President Vladimir Putin, referring to a recent public opinion poll.

                      Asked whether his administration will provide evidence to back up charges of Russian meddling, Obama gave a guarded response.

                      “We will provide evidence that we can safely provide, that does not compromise sources and methods. But I’ll be honest with you, when you are talking about cybersecurity, a lot of it is classified and we’re not going to provide it, because the way we catch folks is by knowing certain things about them that they may not want us to know, and if we’re going to monitor this stuff effectively going forward, we don’t want them to know that we know.”

                      But he expressed disbelief that Americans would trust Putin’s word over statements from the U.S. spy community. His comments came shortly after it was disclosed that the FBI agrees with the CIA’s conclusions that Russia targeted Democrats with the aim of helping Trump win on Nov. 8.

                      “This is one of those situations where, unless the American people genuinely think that the professionals in the CIA, the FBI, our entire intelligence infrastructure — many of whom, by the way, served in previous administrations, and who are Republicans — are less trustworthy than the Russians, then people should pay attention to what our intelligence agencies say,” Obama said.

                      Obama said he had confronted Putin during a September meeting about the cyberintrusions, telling the Russian leader to “cut it out.” He said he had delivered a similar warning to President Xi Jinping of China, which U.S. officials have blamed for major cyberattacks against the U.S. government and American firms.

                      And he promised that Moscow would pay a price for its alleged interference.

                      “Our goal continues to be to send a clear message to Russia or others not to do this to us because we can do stuff to you, but it is also important for us to do that in a thoughtful, methodical way,” Obama said. “Some of it we do publicly. Some of it we will do in a way that they know but not everybody will.”
                      Last edited by ccinjersey; 16 December 2016, 23:33.


                        Well its officially coming to an end Gang.

                        Cried last night watching Obama's Farewell Speech, which in my opinion was brilliant.

                        Now like so many Americans bracing myself for President Lunatic, and his freak show of scary monsters taking over the White House.

                        Hoping for the best despite it all.



                          Hi CC,

                          I also watched Obama's speech and was moved to tears. I don't think America will be the same for a few years and I hope the politicians will act responsibly.

                          Barry xx
                          I’m going to do this even if it kills me!


                            Yes would have to agree with that Barry, don’t think America is going to be the same for quite some time to come.

                            I always believed change is good, but as long as it’s in the right direction. We are heading into uncharted waters, and unfamiliar territory now, and have to depend on the sane, responsible adults, and politicians to step up to the plate, keep order, and keep us all safe.

                            Last edited by ccinjersey; 12 January 2017, 01:33.


                              He is not even President yet Gang and already the damage is beginning.

                              So many Americans will be left without health insurance, therefore will no longer be able to afford medications, diagnostic testing and life saving treatments if needed without Obamacare.

                              Not one Democrat voted for it, but they are outnumbered now.

                              So distressing ...and more disturbing President Tweet is tweeting his joy over it ....oh so sickening


                              U.S. House Republicans on Friday won passage of a measure starting the process of dismantling Obamacare, despite concerns about not having a ready replacement and the potential financial cost of repealing Democratic President Barack Obama's landmark health insurance law.

                              The House of Representatives voted 227-198 to instruct committees to draft legislation by a target date of Jan. 27 that would repeal the 2010 Affordable Health Care Act, popularly known as Obamacare. The Senate approved the same measure early Thursday.

                              No Democrats supported the initiative. Nine Republicans voted against the measure.

                              With this vote, Republicans began delivering on their promise to end Obamacare, which also was a campaign promise of Republican President-elect Donald Trump.

                              The program, which expanded health coverage to some 20 million people.

                              Obamacare was enacted nearly seven years ago - over Republican objections - in an effort to expand coverage and give new protections for people with pre-existing health conditions and other barriers that left them without insurance.

                              Trump applauded Congress's efforts with a Friday morning tweet saying, "The 'Unaffordable' Care Act will soon be history!"


                                Just watched the DJT inauguration....we now have President Trump not too happy about that!