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  • Aug 07, 2020 01:22 PM
    Last: 8m

    Sure an nice stupidity with storing ammonium nitrate in an city. but yeah most countries in the world immediately offered help in one way or another ; even the French President Macron went there to view what France could do to help, also Canada is offering assistance etc. However what did Trump offer? Nothing at all. (except a view stupid "words".)

    The more I read, the more I'm convinced that Trump is isolating this country from the rest of the world. Yes it was already an "island" in their thinking, but now it is also becoming an "isolated island".

  • May 27, 2016 09:11 AM
    Last: 18m
    that guy in AZ Wrote:

    Today is the 75th anniversary of the day that we dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima.

    Reviewing the past comments on this thread is a reminder that Barack Obama was one of the best presidents that we have ever had.

    By coincidence, one of the books I had on reserve at the library, "Countdown 1945", just came in yesterday. Written by Chris Wallace, it covers the 116 days between the death of FDR and the day that "Big Boy" was dropped on the city.

    It is bound to be a quicker read than John Bolton's book, which I finished reading yesterday.

    I don't think Trump will mention it or attend; he's too busy producing B.S. or golfing.
  • Aug 07, 2020 01:03 PM
    Last: 27m

    Trump Says Biden Opposes Guns, Energy. Also, 'He's Against God'

    (NEWS 14 Hours Ago Newser — Bob Cronin)

    President Trump warned Thursday of a radically different future for Americans under a President Joe Biden. "Take away your guns, take away your Second Amendment. No religion, no anything," Trump told supporters at the Cleveland airport.

    "Hurt the Bible. Hurt God. He’s against God." The president had made a similar claim last week, the Hill reports, saying "the radical left" intends to "wipe away every trace of religion from national life." Biden's campaign quickly answered the accusation that the former vice president opposes God.

    "Joe Biden's faith is at the core of who he is; he's lived it with dignity his entire life," a spokesman said, "and it's been a source of strength and comfort in times of extreme hardship." Biden is likely to be the Democratic nominee on the ballot against Trump, a Republican, in November.

    Wow!! Drag in the never seen or met this "ghost" from Mars, when you need such to convince the brain dead "evangelicals" to vote for you; that certainly will work. Of course Trump with the "bible" in his hand while gassing the demonstrators, will be approved by the "ghost" and its followers for sure. I certainly hope that Biden, forgets that he's an Catholic, which church has murdered thousands of people during its history and such church only exists to manipulate and enrich itself and enslaved the poor people to built their churches tax free, but never helped anyone who suffers other than with words. Ask Joanne of Arc and the Templars. It is time Biden gets real and stops believing in fantasy. Governing requires an open (not indoctrinated) mind which only works if religion is not involved.

    Sorry people, as I've said a million times this is an "naive" la la land for sure.

  • Aug 05, 2018 03:01 PM
    Last: 4hr

    Nice story, which would work and jail people if such would be the case in any "normal" country. However Trump supports this guy and the NRA and therefore the NRA and its corrupt leader will be saved as usual. Of course Trump does not want to loose the gun "lobby" because he gets also "money" via them. Let alone his "sweet sons" who love to shoot protected animals with high powered riffles.

    So people once again forget "honesty" or "justice" or "saving life's". Amen

  • Aug 06, 2020 09:26 AM
    Last: 1d

    I've been to a lot of conventions in the aviation world; but never learned much of it. It is more about "promotion" than "education" Yes I got lots of nice "mugs" and other Boeing/Airbus gadgets and had nice dinners etc. but that's all folks.

    Therefore "political" conventions have even less to offer, except promotion of their candidates. Since everything is now "partisan", then most people have made their minds up about who they "elect". Certainly most of the people do very little research so they select people on "hearsay" or "add's" so their minds are made up mostly on how much they are indoctrinated by for example FOX News or other "right wing" propaganda.

    So forget an well educated "voting" block. Sorry this country is floating somewhere in outer space, without any direction.

  • Aug 06, 2020 09:45 AM
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    And we as the "people" are still "paying" these people. Yes if due to having an "corrupt system" in place with an "corrupt leader", what do you expect? Sorry all the "rules" and most of the laws are "polluted" by this bunch, just keep this "corrupt" system in place, why change it?; if the zillion lawyers here can profit from it. Also it shows that due to having no mental and "knowledge" screening done for most candidates before that they are appointed and having an "captain" who drinks Clorox; that then the "ship" for sure will hit the "iceberg".

    We seem to love it, and do nothing, that this has become the largest "banana republic" in the world; be proud of it.

  • Aug 01, 2017 08:58 AM
    Last: 1d

    And still there are about 40% of idiot Republicans who support this "corrupt" naive bunch. So there must be something else going on which makes their brains "haywire". It must be the churches or the "bleach" they drink or FOX news which indoctrinated their tiny baby brains.

    I've never been in any country which shows that much of stupidity except may be Nigeria or Somalia.

    The only difference is that the "rich" who "stole" the money left, but I read that also here the "rich" who "stole" the money" are leaving. In NY the expensive apartments are for 70% empty now and for sale and no takers..

    Yes people things are not as "rosy" as our great leader says. The "clear" signs are there, but these "brain dead" people continue in an broken corrupt governing system which is doomed . Just stick to the old worn out shoes; the soles are gone and now you are walking straight through the dog shit on your bare feet. Amen

  • Jul 04, 2020 03:17 PM
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    Regardless of such "groups" it again is the stupidity which wins. Sorry people it has become an total "circus' and an "money" fight. I'm getting now constant mail to "donate" and that all the candidates want at least 10 million to be able to compete.

    I've said a zillion times: "Take the money out of elections" it corrupts and does not care if the person running has any "brains"; examples enough, like how did Trump get into the W.H.

    As long as this stays that way, forget any "honesty" and "integrity" it will be "wild west" and stupid and as now super corrupt.

    In Europe every candidate can only spent an defined limited amount of money for advertising and campaigning; that is how it should be. That should be the "law" with heavy penalties if not followed.

  • Feb 26, 2019 10:55 AM
    Last: 12hr

    I don't want to be the devils advocate,but as I've said a zillion times even such things as you describe are not in the law. It are the "rules" which are useless because they have no penalties if not followed ; even Comey fell for it and did cost Hillary her nomination.

    So my question remains; who is finally going to fix all the omissions in our laws which are totally incomplete as well are weak and have no solid penalties. Thus when are the Dem's going to update the laws here? I guess never.

  • Aug 03, 2020 07:54 PM
    Last: 3d
    Yes I saw something about that on the news; however we had such things before and all of it "died". In my personal opinion, I believe that we will never see Trump or Barr before an Judge in court in handcuffs. Sure it is nice to dream about but I'm convinced Trump will find a way out before the elections. Unless all of a sudden people realize that they are now living in an banana republic and start an revolt. Which won't happen either. Thus we'll wait and see; that's all folks.