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  Reply # 1664811 7-Nov-2016 09:34
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This just in from BBC.

 

http://www.bbc.com/news/election-us-2016-37892138

 

 








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  Reply # 1664821 7-Nov-2016 10:08
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Damn, it may be too late now for Trump's camp to dig up any new dirt on Hillary.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1664951 7-Nov-2016 12:53

However, the latest news from the FBI will keep the emails scandal alive right to election day.     Nate Silver suggests that every time Trump or Clinton are making news their poll ratings start to descend although it's a little late for that now.

 

It would be a whole lot better for the USA to have Pence or Kaine as President..


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Kaine & Pence look like angels in this race, and so many people a gutted about Bernie.

 

 

 

 






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  Reply # 1664962 7-Nov-2016 13:00

Yeah, I'd wait in line for an hour or more to vote for Bernie.    And about 2 minutes for Hillary & then my pen might slip & vote for Trump instead.


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Here is the general time line for Wednesday, and what to expect as regards trends. It seems about 4pm it will be clear.

 

Time (replacing a very long link)

 

CNN on SkyGo FTW

 

 


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  Reply # 1665289 7-Nov-2016 19:23
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No matter who wins the US is going to be a pile of poop. I just hope the poop doesn't contact a fan and the rest of world wears it.




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  Reply # 1665294 7-Nov-2016 19:29
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DarthKermit:

Damn, it may be too late now for Trump's camp to dig up any new dirt on Hillary.



There seems to be so much dirt in the Wikileaks emails but it is hardly reported.

Supposedly Clintons foundation paid for her daughters extravagant wedding.



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MikeB4: No matter who wins the US is going to be a pile of poop. I just hope the poop doesn't contact a fan and the rest of world wears it.

 

That pile of poop is what a declining empire looks like. All hail our (soon to be) Chinese overlords. China will be the number one economy before much longer.


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  Reply # 1665338 7-Nov-2016 20:39
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DarthKermit:

MikeB4: No matter who wins the US is going to be a pile of poop. I just hope the poop doesn't contact a fan and the rest of world wears it.


That pile of poop is what a declining empire looks like. All hail our (soon to be) Chinese overlords. China will be the number one economy before much longer.



Will be good for our economy




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  Reply # 1665480 8-Nov-2016 08:50
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MikeB4:
DarthKermit:

 

MikeB4: No matter who wins the US is going to be a pile of poop. I just hope the poop doesn't contact a fan and the rest of world wears it.

 

 

 

That pile of poop is what a declining empire looks like. All hail our (soon to be) Chinese overlords. China will be the number one economy before much longer.

 



Will be good for our economy

 

Disagree.  Already we've seem what the Chinese do when Fontera or the like has a hiccup or one of their crooked partners in China tries to do something not quite legal.   They could screw our economy with a couple of words and then all our politicians  rush off to China to kowtow to the emperor  begging forgiveness.





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  Reply # 1665762 8-Nov-2016 14:39
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DarthKermit:

 

Damn, it may be too late now for Trump's camp to dig up any new dirt on Hillary.

 



There seems to be so much dirt in the Wikileaks emails but it is hardly reported.

Supposedly Clintons foundation paid for her daughters extravagant wedding.

 

I think the argument for not covering the Wikileaks stuff is because it is "stolen content" and the media are staying way away from it.
The likely reason is they aren't covering it because it dogs the establishment pick, it reveals allies of the united states actively and directly fund ISIS.  The same ally that also helps fund the Clinton Foundation.

 

What's the bet if Wikileaks found something on Trump to do with Russia, Fox and CNN would be ALL OVER those emails.

 

It appears Julian Assange shares my view on the election.

 

"My analysis is that Trump will not be permitted to win. Why do I say that? Because he has had every establishment against him. Trump does not have one establishment, maybe with the exception of the Evangelicals, if you can call them an establishment.

 

While closet voters may boost his popularity in the polls, Hilary will likely win.






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DravidDavid:

 

benokobi:
DarthKermit:

 

Damn, it may be too late now for Trump's camp to dig up any new dirt on Hillary.

 



There seems to be so much dirt in the Wikileaks emails but it is hardly reported.

Supposedly Clintons foundation paid for her daughters extravagant wedding.

 

I think the argument for not covering the Wikileaks stuff is because it is "stolen content" and the media are staying way away from it.
The likely reason is they aren't covering it because it dogs the establishment pick, it reveals allies of the united states actively and directly fund ISIS.  The same ally that also helps fund the Clinton Foundation.

 

What's the bet if Wikileaks found something on Trump to do with Russia, Fox and CNN would be ALL OVER those emails.

 

It appears Julian Assange shares my view on the election.

 

"My analysis is that Trump will not be permitted to win. Why do I say that? Because he has had every establishment against him. Trump does not have one establishment, maybe with the exception of the Evangelicals, if you can call them an establishment.

 

While closet voters may boost his popularity in the polls, Hilary will likely win.

 

 

 

 

What a damned shame then, that Trump sh*t his own nest by telling wild lies, inciting racism, misogyny, talk of banning an entire religion from entering the country, not disclosing his tax records as has been custom, threatening to censor the media, appoint a "special" prosecutor to "put Hillary in jail", and countless other threats to justice, human rights, and the US constitution.

 

Next time a dog of a candidate like Trump appears, we should just forget about all that stuff, and only listen to the candidate's wild conspiracy theories.

 

Assange has gone from Hero to Zero.  I'm sure there are real "conspiracies" in the dirty world out there.  Assange should concentrate on keeping his opinion to himself and doing what he can to expose them, with due care for the consequences to innocent people / civilians.  I did have some sympathy for the situation he found himself in - but that's gone now.

 

Trump does have establishment support.  NRA for one - and that's a very big one for the any POTUS candidate.


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  Reply # 1665828 8-Nov-2016 16:15
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Assange has gone from Hero to Zero.  I'm sure there are real "conspiracies" in the dirty world out there.  Assange should concentrate on keeping his opinion to himself and doing what he can to expose them, with due care for the consequences to innocent people / civilians.  I did have some sympathy for the situation he found himself in - but that's gone now.

 

 

I don't think Assange has any credibility these days. He's stuck inside the Ecuadorian embassy. You can bet that the Ecuadorians, and probably the British, are monitoring/censoring whatever he does. He can't have any real knowledge of the true source of his information, so he's wide open to being manipulated by (e.g.) the Russians.

 

 


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