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25 days ago
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Yes he is an threat to world peace. But not only the "world" The total stupidity not to "vet" the guy before the "primary' shows that we should have strict "laws" about vetting an President.
Right now he's wheeling and dealing from his "palace in FL. Just sold one of his "casino's" as well according to MSNBC received $6o million for an estate sale where the Russians had involvement. But yeah this country keeps on sleeping. The lowest "human" action he pulled, was inviting the widow of the Yemen fallen "seal" at his slimy speech for the full House. Only to boost his own ratings.
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84 days ago
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Kind of weird the name Chamberlin was part of the WWII start. Chamberlin ( British) visited Hitler and thought the guy was not all that bad. But exactly he opposite happened.

I wonder if this is an repeat of what happened then. It looks like an "omen"
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158 days ago
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Are you really surprised? the "deplorables" do have that attitude. Sick indeed.
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325 days ago
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Jared, are you kidding? Sorry a big no no. No Mr. sleepy head please. He sure did a great job on gun control as tasked by Obama. It's time for someone "fresh" with new idea's. Why don't you appoint "grandma" she's sweet too and loved by every one.
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327 days ago
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Guy, yes. I'm amazed that a country of at least 350 million comes up with such a person to run this country. Therefore I hope that either Hillary or Bernie do all they can to stop this maniac. But yeah November is not here yet; so we'll wait and see if the American public uses their brains instead of their asses.
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1 yr 360 days ago
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Bernie is the only one who mentioned that we should stop being the "policeman" of the world, as well stop our stupid meddling all over the world. Like removing dictators, which only got us into deeper shit.
He's got my vote; it is about time we get things in order in this country first before we dictate others; lets fix our bridges, roads and infrastructure before spending more and more on weapons, which give no return on investment for the common folks..
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1 yr 359 days ago
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I do not think it is that simple. The Trump fanatics as well the "evilgelicals" will fight to the bitter end. So may be the Dems may win in the end, but the war is not won. Take for instance all the GOP governors; they certainly will not budge. Especially here in FL Mr. Scott gave his support to Trump, so he will continue being the corrupt asshole he is.
So I wonder if the GOP will obstruct even more state wise.
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1 yr 300 days ago
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Yes, I read even the GOP starts to wonder about Cruz as well Trump. They are afraid what it will do to the party. Especially if you look at the endorsements, mostly from the typical home grown un-cultured white gun toting rednecks, then you know what class votes for either one. I also saw a listing of whom in Hollywood would vote for them, again mostly the lower "country", wrestlers, football players and non classy types. So I'm kind of curious when the real voting starts, how the percentages are; then we know who we should deport to the southpole..
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1 yr 297 days ago
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Schmidt, a very good piece; but you never know how the "lawyers" can manipulate things here, so they can make some money. My guess is that one way or another it gets manipulated such way that he gets it his way; the church will help as well.
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1 yr 261 days ago
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The funny thing is that ISIS is not recognized as a "country" so military speaking we are not fighting a country but only a "movement" . However the US still thinks as Napoleon did; army against army. look at the terrible expensive way we approach this problem; using expensive planes, ships, missiles, drones, you name it. The cost just to kill one ISIS member just about a million a piece. So who are the smart one's ISIS or us? As well that we are still "working at it to "win" after 14 years and counting; how many more trillions got to be spent to claim a bit of a standstill? It never will be an "win" which ever way you look at it.
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