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Re: Republican Convention
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The lack of any massive street response in Cleveland show how well coordinated these "random" street demonstrations are. The really out there whackos had a small presence but the democrat handlers knew that the optics would look very bad if there were riots in the streets after the murders of all those police officers. I am sure that chafed BLM and OWS groups. Now we have a white southern male saving Hillary and all the "diversity (execpt for white males) special interests" are very upset with the pick. It is business as usual for Hillary and her sycophants.

And to think Kaine is only a heartbeat away from the #1 spot. If she goes all the way, I predict that she will crash and her presidential demise will become the Left's version of the Richard Nixon downfall. The media has covered for Obama, but they won't for HRC. Can't wait for Philly!

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We Americans will defeat this two bit demagogue....this pale Hitler wanna be shall not be elected..... he can go back to being the two bit con artist that he is.


Hitler! Drink!

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Re: Jersey City Muslims Unite Against Trump
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Asif...

That was an interesting interview by Elliott Balch. Of course responding in depth to all the Pape points are far too complex in this forum. Suffice to say, Obama’s “offshore balancing” strategy has failed miserably.

And that is based on the number of terrorist attacks on US soil under Clinton, Bush compared to Obama. There maybe be scenarios where that strategy might work but in the sole case of ISIS building the global caliphate the West knew who they were and where they were located. They also knew about recruitment of Muslims from all over the world. The West’s delay in responding effectively to the problem has allowed this ideological/religious fanaticism to spread.

Other comments on interview…

* War should be the last resort… but when you go to war, you go to win. In 1991, the UN sanctioned Iraq War #1. They bounced the Iraqis out of Kuwait, had the Republican Guard trapped on an open highway back to Bagdad. Schwarzkopf let them go because the UN did not sanction that next logical step, complete destruction.

* After an aborted assassination attempt on Bush 1 by Iraq the US coalition went back in 13 years later and finished the job. And they did that with many restrictions. And the politicians failed not having a “post war plan” Obama and Hillary did the same thing in Libya.

* If suicide terror attacks are viewed to be an effective “last resort” tactic for resistance to occupation, why has it not been adopted by non-Muslim groups supposedly fighting for freedom? There is something far deeper in the Muslim psyche / value system that encourages (coerces) these people to kill themselves while committing terror acts against innocents.

The comments after at the end of the piece reflect many of my other thoughts / questions. Personally, I think we should have left the Sunnis and the Shia to slaughtering themselves as they have done for hundreds of years.

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Re: Jersey City Muslims Unite Against Trump
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I am going to highlight some of the interesting findings of Professor Pape.....I would encourage the reading of the entire text.

http://chicagopolicyreview.org/2015/0 ... m-and-u-s-foreign-policy/


Your 2005 book, Dying to Win, documents a number of remarkable findings about suicide terrorism. Who are suicide terrorists, and what are they after?


For the most part they’re responding to the military occupation of a community that they care a lot about.

I put together the first complete data set of suicide attacks after 9/11. I did that because, like many people who come into suicide terrorism, I thought I was going to figure out when an Islamic fundamentalist goes from being a devout, observant Muslim to somebody who then is suicidally violent. But there was no data available, so I put together this complete database of suicide attacks around the world from the early 1980s to 2003.

I was really struck that half the suicide attacks were secular. I began to look at the patterns and I noticed that they were tightly clustered, both in where they occurred and the timing, and that 95 percent of the suicide attacks were in response to a military occupation.



Speaking of ISIS and information, what is your reaction to The Atlantic’s March cover story, “What ISIS Really Wants”?


I think it’s just wrong. [The author Graeme] Wood is painting a picture of ISIS as all religious, all the time. Interestingly in the second section he is talking about how the main difference with Osama bin Laden’s Al Qaeda is that ISIS really wants territory.

Wanting territory means there’s a community that wants a state. ISIS, and most suicide groups, are driven by an ideal of nationalism; they want to control their destiny with a state. ISIS is composed of a leadership of about 25 people, which is one-third very heavily religious, for sure; one-third former Saddam [Hussein] military officers who are Baathists, who are secular; and one-third who are Sunni militia, Sunni tribal leaders. That just conveniently is lost in the Wood piece.

It’s definitely the case that ISIS wants to kill people who are not part of its community. But this is normal in nationalist groups. (Hutu wanted to kill Tutsi; they also wanted to kill moderate Hutu who didn’t want to kill Tutsi.)

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Re: Jersey City Muslims Unite Against Trump
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Um okay...here ya go even back further

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_in_Afghanistan_(1978%E2%80%93present)

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Not quite... you have only rationalized global Muslim Terror since 2003, the start of the 2nd Iraqi War. Excluding Sept 9, 2011... in the previous decade when Bill Clinton was President, Al Qaeda attacked WTC #1, US Embassies Kenya & Tanzania, Bombing of USS Cole, all which would have been considered acts of war. And I only mention attacks on US... It seems like you and your like minded ilk think that the global Muslim terror threat only started because of George Bush. Conveniently and dangerously shortsighted. As I think about it now, one could say that Hillary's husband's inadequate responses to those attacks lead to 911? It is nice to know 15 years later it is all Bush "the lying CHRSITIAN's" fault.



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All terror an hate is wrong....killing innocents can't be justified.

You and your like minded ilk only seem to think terror comes from one particular group.

If you know your history....ISIS came out of the mess from the Iraq war....a war crime...a terror plot....orchestrated...by..say it with me....now....a lying CHRISTIAN............mission accomplished...



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So you support and justify global Muslim terror as a fair and balanced response to the 2nd Iraq War? BTW Hillary voted for that war. Surprised you didn't blame today's incident on Trump's acceptance speech.


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I know all the conservatives and neo-cons on this forum like balance and fairness.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iraq_War

Let's not forget this sophisticated deliberately planned terror attack...for oil and revenge led by a man who claimed he was a christian and was not a liar. Hundreds of thousands died directly and indirectly...and we are still paying for it.

This led to cruel torture, kidnapping and assassinations without any trials.



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Uh oh Pebbles... I think we just heard a "peep from one bad apple" who was part of the Muslim refugee population in Germany. I wonder how all the terror survivors of these weekly attacks feel about your benign metaphor dismissing the scale and scope of global Muslim terror. Noticed that all you Muslim Terror deniers have been quiet this week hoping this thread would roll off the main menu. Here we are again!
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Re: Jersey City Muslims Unite Against Trump
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Not quite... you have only rationalized global Muslim Terror since 2003, the start of the 2nd Iraqi War. Excluding Sept 9, 2011... in the previous decade when Bill Clinton was President, Al Qaeda attacked WTC #1, US Embassies Kenya & Tanzania, Bombing of USS Cole, all which would have been considered acts of war. And I only mention attacks on US... It seems like you and your like minded ilk think that the global Muslim terror threat only started because of George Bush. Conveniently and dangerously shortsighted. As I think about it now, one could say that Hillary's husband's inadequate responses to those attacks lead to 911? It is nice to know 15 years later it is all Bush "the lying CHRSITIAN's" fault.



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All terror an hate is wrong....killing innocents can't be justified.

You and your like minded ilk only seem to think terror comes from one particular group.

If you know your history....ISIS came out of the mess from the Iraq war....a war crime...a terror plot....orchestrated...by..say it with me....now....a lying CHRISTIAN............mission accomplished...



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So you support and justify global Muslim terror as a fair and balanced response to the 2nd Iraq War? BTW Hillary voted for that war. Surprised you didn't blame today's incident on Trump's acceptance speech.


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I know all the conservatives and neo-cons on this forum like balance and fairness.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iraq_War

Let's not forget this sophisticated deliberately planned terror attack...for oil and revenge led by a man who claimed he was a christian and was not a liar. Hundreds of thousands died directly and indirectly...and we are still paying for it.

This led to cruel torture, kidnapping and assassinations without any trials.



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Uh oh Pebbles... I think we just heard a "peep from one bad apple" who was part of the Muslim refugee population in Germany. I wonder how all the terror survivors of these weekly attacks feel about your benign metaphor dismissing the scale and scope of global Muslim terror. Noticed that all you Muslim Terror deniers have been quiet this week hoping this thread would roll off the main menu. Here we are again!

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Re: Jersey City Muslims Unite Against Trump
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All terror an hate is wrong....killing innocents can't be justified.

You and your like minded ilk only seem to think terror comes from one particular group.

If you know your history....ISIS came out of the mess from the Iraq war....a war crime...a terror plot....orchestrated...by..say it with me....now....a lying CHRISTIAN............mission accomplished...



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TheBigGuy wrote:
So you support and justify global Muslim terror as a fair and balanced response to the 2nd Iraq War? BTW Hillary voted for that war. Surprised you didn't blame today's incident on Trump's acceptance speech.


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Asif wrote:
I know all the conservatives and neo-cons on this forum like balance and fairness.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iraq_War

Let's not forget this sophisticated deliberately planned terror attack...for oil and revenge led by a man who claimed he was a christian and was not a liar. Hundreds of thousands died directly and indirectly...and we are still paying for it.

This led to cruel torture, kidnapping and assassinations without any trials.



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Uh oh Pebbles... I think we just heard a "peep from one bad apple" who was part of the Muslim refugee population in Germany. I wonder how all the terror survivors of these weekly attacks feel about your benign metaphor dismissing the scale and scope of global Muslim terror. Noticed that all you Muslim Terror deniers have been quiet this week hoping this thread would roll off the main menu. Here we are again!

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Re: Republican Convention
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YES!!!! Hillary will ride to the White House on the back of an old white Catholic southern male. A lot of weight to carry but Kaine will get it done. Bill has carried her for so many years.


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We Americans will defeat this two bit demagogue....this pale Hitler wanna be shall not be elected..... he can go back to being the two bit con artist that he is.

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Re: Jersey City Muslims Unite Against Trump
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So you support and justify global Muslim terror as a fair and balanced response to the 2nd Iraq War? BTW Hillary voted for that war. Surprised you didn't blame today's incident on Trump's acceptance speech.


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Asif wrote:
I know all the conservatives and neo-cons on this forum like balance and fairness.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iraq_War

Let's not forget this sophisticated deliberately planned terror attack...for oil and revenge led by a man who claimed he was a christian and was not a liar. Hundreds of thousands died directly and indirectly...and we are still paying for it.

This led to cruel torture, kidnapping and assassinations without any trials.



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TheBigGuy wrote:
Uh oh Pebbles... I think we just heard a "peep from one bad apple" who was part of the Muslim refugee population in Germany. I wonder how all the terror survivors of these weekly attacks feel about your benign metaphor dismissing the scale and scope of global Muslim terror. Noticed that all you Muslim Terror deniers have been quiet this week hoping this thread would roll off the main menu. Here we are again!

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Re: Citi Bike
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By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal
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on July 22, 2016 at 8:53 AM, updated July 22, 2016 at 9:13 AM
Mary Ford loves Citi Bike Jersey City, but barely uses the bike-share station closest to her home.

Ford, 57, who lives on Garfield Avenue, would have to walk to Bayside Park to grab one of the Citi Bike bicycles stationed there and use it to get to the Downtown financial services company where she works.

"That's sort of a long, lonely walk past a cemetery," she told The Jersey Journal. "After dark, I don't really want to do that."

Ford is in luck. This week Jersey City announced the locations of 15 new Citi Bike stations, and one of them is outside the Danforth Avenue light rail stop, much closer to Ford's house. She is thrilled.

"I will use it constantly now," she said.

Citi Bike Jersey City launched in September with 35 stations citywide. Along with the 15 new stations, the system will also add 150 bikes, bringing the total size of its fleet to 500.

Installation of the new stations is expected to begin this week.

Nine of the new bike-share stations are located Downtown, where most of its users live: Sixth and Monmouth streets, Sixth Street and Jersey Avenue, Brunswick and Seventh streets, Third Street and Jersey Avenue, Second and Grove streets, Columbus Drive and Monmouth Street, Columbus Drive and Warren Street, the Marin Boulevard light-rail station and at Morris Canal Park.

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We Americans will defeat this two bit demagogue....this pale Hitler wanna be shall not be elected..... he can go back to being the two bit con artist that he is.

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Re: Jersey City Muslims Unite Against Trump
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I know all the conservatives and neo-cons on this forum like balance and fairness.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iraq_War

Let's not forget this sophisticated deliberately planned terror attack...for oil and revenge led by a man who claimed he was a christian and was not a liar. Hundreds of thousands died directly and indirectly...and we are still paying for it.

This led to cruel torture, kidnapping and assassinations without any trials.



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Uh oh Pebbles... I think we just heard a "peep from one bad apple" who was part of the Muslim refugee population in Germany. I wonder how all the terror survivors of these weekly attacks feel about your benign metaphor dismissing the scale and scope of global Muslim terror. Noticed that all you Muslim Terror deniers have been quiet this week hoping this thread would roll off the main menu. Here we are again!

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Re: Jersey City Muslims Unite Against Trump
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Clinton News Network viewers poll for Trump, left apoplectic.

http://www.bizpacreview.com/2016/07/2 ... nc-speech-well-wow-368574


Did you see the release of the DNC's hacked emails? Of course, anyone with a brain knew the media conspired with the Democrats but the emails prove it.

DNC officials directly contacting media outlets and controlling the coverage.

They also conspired to bring down Sanders' campaign.

A rigged system indeed.

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Re: Jersey City Muslims Unite Against Trump
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Clinton News Network viewers poll for Trump, left apoplectic.

http://www.bizpacreview.com/2016/07/2 ... nc-speech-well-wow-368574

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Re: Jersey City Muslims Unite Against Trump
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Uh oh Pebbles... I think we just heard a "peep from one bad apple" who was part of the Muslim refugee population in Germany. I wonder how all the terror survivors of these weekly attacks feel about your benign metaphor dismissing the scale and scope of global Muslim terror. Noticed that all you Muslim Terror deniers have been quiet this week hoping this thread would roll off the main menu. Here we are again!

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Re: Republican Convention
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In support of diversity, one old white retread just picked another old establishment old white guy.

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Tim Kaine is Hillary's pick..... oh the irony of her picking a middle age southern white guy to bail out her lofty goals to goals to be president. Could this be called pandering for the white vote??? Apparently Tim has checked his "white privilege". Can't wait to find out he his family genealogy from Virginia include relatives who owned slaves.

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Re: Republican Convention
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“The coup never took place — the coup was not successful, and based on the fact, and I give great credit to him for being able to turn that around,” Trump told The New York Times during the Republican National Convention on July 20, as he praised the people for going out to the streets and standing against the coup plotters.

“Some people say that it was staged. I don’t think so, but I do give great credit to Erdo?an for turning it around. You know, the first hour, it seemed like it was over. Then all of a sudden, and the amazing thing is the one that won that was the people,” he also said.

Saying that the people weren’t in favor of what the military was doing, Trump noted it was “impressive” from the standpoint of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) government.

“They came out on the streets, and the army types didn’t want to drive over them like they did in Tiananmen Square when they sort of drived them over, and that was the end of that. People said, ‘I’m not going to drive over people.’ The people came out of their homes, and they were not in favor of what the military was doing. So that was quite impressive from the standpoint of [the] existing government,” he said.


This is your hero?

Trump admires a dictator. That should scare you.


We have an adequate separation of powers, so no, I am not scared by Trump.

However, I am very scared by Hillary's proposals to dramatically increase the importation of Middle Eastern "migrants," Syrian "refugees," and other types of Muslims. Every country that has let them in with significant numbers is paying the price, as we are reminded seemingly daily.

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Re: Citi Bike
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I would prefer the station placed on the sidewalk as opposed to being along the curb on the asphalt /street. Take the one on Ogden Ave. off the corner of Congress St. in the Heights, docking and undocking the bike, fiddling with the credit card, and then pulling the bike out of it's docking station will put the potential rider in harms way of the oncoming traffic. The rider will be bent over jutting themselves outward with their back blindly facing into the street risking the danger of getting clipped by a moving vehicle, SUV, van, or box truck. Those side view mirrors alone can cause havoc.


Sorry if I was unclear. I meant it should be on the sidewalk but up close to the curb - not mid-sidewalk. I don't want them in the street either.

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“The coup never took place — the coup was not successful, and based on the fact, and I give great credit to him for being able to turn that around,” Trump told The New York Times during the Republican National Convention on July 20, as he praised the people for going out to the streets and standing against the coup plotters.

“Some people say that it was staged. I don’t think so, but I do give great credit to Erdo?an for turning it around. You know, the first hour, it seemed like it was over. Then all of a sudden, and the amazing thing is the one that won that was the people,” he also said.

Saying that the people weren’t in favor of what the military was doing, Trump noted it was “impressive” from the standpoint of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) government.

“They came out on the streets, and the army types didn’t want to drive over them like they did in Tiananmen Square when they sort of drived them over, and that was the end of that. People said, ‘I’m not going to drive over people.’ The people came out of their homes, and they were not in favor of what the military was doing. So that was quite impressive from the standpoint of [the] existing government,” he said.


This is your hero?

Trump admires a dictator. That should scare you.

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I would prefer the station placed on the sidewalk as opposed to being along the curb on the asphalt /street. Take the one on Ogden Ave. off the corner of Congress St. in the Heights, docking and undocking the bike, fiddling with the credit card, and then pulling the bike out of it's docking station will put the potential rider in harms way of the oncoming traffic. The rider will be bent over jutting themselves outward with their back blindly facing into the street risking the danger of getting clipped by a moving vehicle, SUV, van, or box truck. Those side view mirrors alone can cause havoc.

Posted on: Yesterday 16:52
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Re: Citi Bike
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Does anyone know (from earlier phases of implementation, I guess) if the newly installed bike stations are actually in their permanent spots, or if they're just "staging" at the moment?

The new one at Key Foods is set in from the curb considerably and as a consequence the bikes will be well into the middle of the sidewalk.

Yes, it would involve eliminating a "tree" ("tree" = twig) but I would think that having the station curbside is preferred.

Love that the station location, otherwise.

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Re: Guess Who Donated $1 Million to the Mayor?
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I'm all for the idea that requires all Mayors and State Officials to wear jackets that display all sponsor logos like NASCAR drivers do.
This will allow 'Joe Citizen' to understand who actually has the 'ears' and support / purse strings from our elected officials and public servants ... At times I wonder why we need to vote in individuals in the first place, when we are really voting on the sponsors and what they want !


Wow, did you think of that all by yourself? Or was that Robin Williams.

Way to pass off someone else's joke as your own.

I heard it was also part of Melania Trump's speech...


Damn, how'd I miss that low hanging fruit?

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Re: Guess Who Donated $1 Million to the Mayor?
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I'm all for the idea that requires all Mayors and State Officials to wear jackets that display all sponsor logos like NASCAR drivers do.
This will allow 'Joe Citizen' to understand who actually has the 'ears' and support / purse strings from our elected officials and public servants ... At times I wonder why we need to vote in individuals in the first place, when we are really voting on the sponsors and what they want !


Wow, did you think of that all by yourself? Or was that Robin Williams.

Way to pass off someone else's joke as your own.

I heard it was also part of Melania Trump's speech...

Posted on: Yesterday 16:02
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Re: Guess Who Donated $1 Million to the Mayor?
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I'm all for the idea that requires all Mayors and State Officials to wear jackets that display all sponsor logos like NASCAR drivers do.
This will allow 'Joe Citizen' to understand who actually has the 'ears' and support / purse strings from our elected officials and public servants ... At times I wonder why we need to vote in individuals in the first place, when we are really voting on the sponsors and what they want !


Wow, did you think of that all by yourself? Or was that Robin Williams.

Way to pass off someone else's joke as your own.

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Re: Guess Who Donated $1 Million to the Mayor?
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I'm in no way a fan of this whole scenario and I want to see it play out to its fullest... However, isn't the thread title stating that the Mayor received the donation dishonest? The donation was made to a Super PAC. It wasn't donated to the Mayor. The distinction is small but something that has been established as extremely wide in court.

Posted on: Yesterday 15:29
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Fun game to play: Donald Trump has five children with three women. Could you image what would be said if Obama had the same...?

My hope is that the Democrats just scrap the convention entirely. They should just replay the entire Republican Convention with Obama, Biden, Hillary and her veep pulling an MST3K style viewing.

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"Yeah, it totally sucks when the president isn't a bigot. It totally sucks when there are years of job growth and prosperity. It is truly awful when we don't go running into useless wars...

I can't imagine the world you live in. If you're life hasn't improved over the last eight, you are seriously doing something wrong."


Wow! That has to be some of the most moronic left wing spew have heard in a long time.


In case you haven't checked. Good jobs continue to leave this country in droves and O-blame-a has not done a thing to stop it.

As I said before, if your life hasn’t improved over the last 8 years, you have been doing something wrong. Maybe, just maybe, you should look at yourself and take some responsibility for the decisions in your life. Personal responsibility is something we should all strive for. I hope you can achieve it one day so that you can advance in your career as well as personal relationships.

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Trumps said Kasich could essentially run the country as Prez if he takes the VP title?

Great, let's vote for a guy who doesn't want want to do the job.

Well, yeah, we knew that already. Can anyone give one idea on how he’d “make America great”?

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I guess that means he won't be selling guns to Mexican Narco Terrorists during failed DOJ stings like Eric Holder did?


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Yikes, folks talking about Christie as potential attorney general it trump elected. Be afraid

Are you referencing the program started by George W Bush and ended by Eric Holder?

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How about banking and anufacturing jobs. Without banking Jersey city would cease to exist. These jobs are being moved off shore.

What baninking jobs are moving offshore? Please be specific with cites to credible websites.

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He kind of convinced me that Hillary will most likely do as President what she did as Secretary of State. Which is to maintain the position but do nothing extra.

it's like at work, there are people who go through the day doing their job competently. But you want those that do that as well as show initiative.

We want to be moving forward, not tread water.

Ok… but what did it show you about what Donald would do as president?

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That was one hell of a speech by our future President!

Holy crap it was great. And the liberal panel on CNN is absolutely going ballistic.


What did you like about it?


Great truthful comments about Hillary, got a room full of Republicans to clap for gays, made outreach to Sanders voters, described the problems we face, and most of all, was energizing as hell.

The lying media can go on all day long about how "dark" it was, despite all the applause it received throughout, but voters not in the bag for Hillary know what a winning speech that was.

Receiving applause during a “dark” speech isn’t out of the ordinary. The two are not mutually exclusive.

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good write up and interview with the artist -


http://ncac.org/ncac-at-work/an-inter ... y-censored-monopoly-mural

Jersey City, Censorship and ‘Hypersensitivity’: An Interview With Monopoly Mural Artist Mr. AbiLLity

In May, the Jersey City Mural Arts Program commissioned local artist Gary Wynans, aka Mr. AbiLLity, to create a 33-foot floor mural on the busy pedestrian plaza at Newark Avenue. A creative riff on the traditional Monopoly board game, Wynans’ mural uses Jersey City street names and local icons, harnassing the game’s focus on money and real estate to bring attention to income disparities and gentrification in real-life Jersey City.

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Here are the crazy things that this guy did to become the first person to catch all of the Pokémon in the US

BUSINESS INSIDER -

Some other highlights from his Pokémon Go adventure:

  • He chose water-type Squirtle as his first Pokémon because he didn't realize that he had a choice. He would have gone with the fire-type Charmander, in reflection of his choice of Team Valor, the game's red team.
  • The very last Pokémon he needed for his collection was Omastar, which he evolved himself. He says that he would have caught it a day earlier when two appeared in his vicinity — but then Verizon cell service cut out for 15 minutes, denying him of his prize. "Shout out to Verizon, you the real MVP," Johnson jokes.
  • The second-to-last Pokémon that Johnson needed, Porygon, was also the hardest, and required a trip to Jersey City. "I may or may not have seen it on the radar and then ordered an Uber to drive me around until I found it," Johnson says.
  • The best spots in New York City for catching Pokémon are Battery Park and Grand Army Plaza in Central Park. The latter is where Justin Bieber was spotted playing, and on any given night, there are 300 or so people gathered there for Pokémon hunting purposes, staying "well until the morning."
  • His best tip for would-be Pokémon masters: "Buy some good walking shoes." He also recommends that if you're going to spend real money for in-game items, then the egg incubators are the best bang for your buck.

Read more:  http://www.businessinsider.com/pokemon-go-complete-pokedex-2016-7


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