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  #1701019 10-Jan-2017 16:30
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Because journalism doesn't have to be impartial when they see something wrong happening.




 

 

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  #1701023 10-Jan-2017 16:32
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freitasm: She is nowhere near the awfulness of DT even with her flaws.

 

Agreed. But she represented the same status quo, and the ongoing awfulness that went with that.

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #1701025 10-Jan-2017 16:34
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And the incoming awfulness is going to be a lot worse by the tone set during the campaign.




 

 

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  #1701027 10-Jan-2017 16:36
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freitasm: She is nowhere near the awfulness of DT even with her flaws.

 

 

 

I am not too sure about that, the US election was a classic example of being between a rock and a hard place. Both the main parties selected the worse possible candidates.





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  #1701030 10-Jan-2017 16:41
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What's the old saying? "Better the devil you know..."

 

We will shortly find out just what Herr Trumpy has in store for the USA and by extension the rest of the world.


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  #1701032 10-Jan-2017 16:43
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I don't like either of them or Obama but then again I hold a possession of being very anti war.

 

Last year America dropped 26,171 bombs on foreign countries that's deplorable I hope trump keeps a more anti interventionist policy.

 

Hillary would have been worse than Obama judging by her positions she set out on her campaign trail.

 

I don't like trump because of his views on climate change and health care he has a very backward approach on both.


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  #1701034 10-Jan-2017 16:45
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Stan:

 

I don't like either of them or Obama but then again I hold a possession of being very anti war.

 

Last year America dropped 26,171 bombs on foreign countries that's deplorable I hope trump keeps a more anti interventionist policy.

 

Hillary would have been worse than Obama judging by her positions she set out on her campaign trail.

 

I don't like trump because of his views on climate change and health care he has a very backward approach on both.

 

 

 

 

How would you deal with ISIS?





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  #1701035 10-Jan-2017 16:46
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I would have chosen Bernie Sanders if he had gotten the nomination, on that note can you blame people for feeling so out of touch with politics considering what the DNC did to Bernie.


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  #1701036 10-Jan-2017 16:51
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MikeB4:

 

Stan:

 

I don't like either of them or Obama but then again I hold a possession of being very anti war.

 

Last year America dropped 26,171 bombs on foreign countries that's deplorable I hope trump keeps a more anti interventionist policy.

 

Hillary would have been worse than Obama judging by her positions she set out on her campaign trail.

 

I don't like trump because of his views on climate change and health care he has a very backward approach on both.

 

 

 

 

How would you deal with ISIS?

 

 

 

 

How did ISIS start who funded them and where did they get there weapons from?

 

I would have let country's affected deal with ISIS if they specifically asked for help then I would offer coordinated assistance with the leaders of said country.


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  #1701049 10-Jan-2017 17:12
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A problem with Trump (there are many) that people seem to keep forgetting, is that he is, as Bernie Sanders recently put it, a pathological liar. It is impossible to know what his policies are, or what promises he will keep, because he doesn't know. He says whatever comes into his head and that changes from moment to moment. He seems to believe whatever he is saying at the time, but he completely contradicts himself a moment or a day later and doesn't see a problem with that. Whenever he is caught out in a lie or contradiction, he glosses over it and attacks whoever points it out. It is impossible to believe in a person like this, regardless of your politics. I believe he is genuinely mentally disturbed, though he functions well enough in day to day life and in the world of cutthroat business. He actually reminds me a lot of J.R. Ewing from Dallas, who also had a lot of popular support to run for President. Americans seem to have trouble distinguishing between reality and fantasy. Trump seems to have a foot in each world. Many psychopaths do well in competitive aggressive environments, such as big business. All it takes is a complete lack of empathy, regard for others, and any sense of fair play.     

 

 





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  #1701068 10-Jan-2017 17:52
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Stan:

 

I don't like either of them or Obama but then again I hold a possession of being very anti war.

 

Last year America dropped 26,171 bombs on foreign countries that's deplorable I hope trump keeps a more anti interventionist policy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

LMFAO! You seriously think ANY of them really control who drops bombs and where???

 

And Trump could somehow make it less? By policy???

 

 

 

That's funny.

 

He has no "policy" for more than a day, and then it's the opposite.


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  #1701074 10-Jan-2017 18:09
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Stan: I'm skeptical as we have not been offered any evidence and its such a simple "hack" too that even I could pull off wasn't his password literally "password"?



All that aside too all the "hack" allowed people to do is see corruption inside the dnc (being handed debate questions before the debate, collaborating with the media on news stories involving Hillary, the dnc sabotaging Burnie sanders, the difference in public and private position of hillary etc).



I have no allegiance to any candidate both had alot of bad points and some good but this hacking thing seems a tad silly.


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  #1701084 10-Jan-2017 18:40
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Stan:

 

I don't like either of them or Obama but then again I hold a possession of being very anti war.

 

Last year America dropped 26,171 bombs on foreign countries that's deplorable I hope trump keeps a more anti interventionist policy.

 

Hillary would have been worse than Obama judging by her positions she set out on her campaign trail.

 

I don't like trump because of his views on climate change and health care he has a very backward approach on both.

 

 

Are you real??

 

America is openly at war against terrorism, my grizzle is that they havnt dropped enough!!

 

Would you prefer the west sat back and watched ISIS move into the West?

 

Maybe if you make statements like that you should also include the numbers of bombs dropped by France, Syria, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Australia, England plus others who are all dropping bombs on foreign countries.

 

I also have a major beef with the way Obama sat back and watched Syria which let Russia go in and kill innocents.

 

The world is a very unstable place, always has been and probably always will be. 

 

 

 

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the reason I dont like Trump is because I dont trust him.


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  #1701086 10-Jan-2017 18:44
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Pumpedd:

 

Stan:

 

I don't like either of them or Obama but then again I hold a possession of being very anti war.

 

Last year America dropped 26,171 bombs on foreign countries that's deplorable I hope trump keeps a more anti interventionist policy.

 

Hillary would have been worse than Obama judging by her positions she set out on her campaign trail.

 

I don't like trump because of his views on climate change and health care he has a very backward approach on both.

 

 

Are you real??

 

America is openly at war against terrorism, my grizzle is that they havnt dropped enough!!

 

Would you prefer the west sat back and watched ISIS move into the West?

 

Maybe if you make statements like that you should also include the numbers of bombs dropped by France, Syria, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Australia, England plus others who are all dropping bombs on foreign countries.

 

I also have a major beef with the way Obama sat back and watched Syria which let Russia go in and kill innocents.

 

The world is a very unstable place, always has been and probably always will be. 

 

 

 

and

 

the reason I dont like Trump is because I dont trust him.

 

 

 

 

Syria invited Russia to help them not the USA 


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  #1701087 10-Jan-2017 18:50
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blakamin:

 

Stan:

 

I don't like either of them or Obama but then again I hold a possession of being very anti war.

 

Last year America dropped 26,171 bombs on foreign countries that's deplorable I hope trump keeps a more anti interventionist policy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

LMFAO! You seriously think ANY of them really control who drops bombs and where???

 

And Trump could somehow make it less? By policy???

 

 

 

That's funny.

 

He has no "policy" for more than a day, and then it's the opposite.

 

 

 

 

When did I say no "policy"?


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