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JC CAR RENTAL
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Hi,

Does anyone know a place to rent a car? It's for my folks, their car is out of commission at the last minute and they have to get down to Ocean County.

I called Enterprise but they all closed their offices at 1. Any ideas?

Uber and Lyft would cost way too much. And Zip car is out of the question since it would cost just a bit less than UBER and LYFT.

Any ideas appreciated it.

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Re: Trump Pics Mega Thread
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Comrade Troll you do realize that was almost 15 years ago....the West was trying to normalize relationships with Russia after the cold war.

Putin hadn't become the fascist tyrant....he is now....although....there were signs....that the West clearly missed ......that he would turn out to be a monster.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Um have you looked at the history of that part of the US? If you do then you know that you have it all wrong.

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showing illegals that trump's wall is meaningless/useless.


Much of the border fencing (where it exists) is a joke and has been a joke. One of the most infamous examples: https://youtu.be/Qdc-kv7nzaU

What has been proposed is a double or triple layer barrier. However, any barrier system will have to be monitored / patrolled to be effective. Without a security detail and wall, fence, or other barrier (short of mine fields) will just slow invaders down.

Where a barrier with a security detail has been used (i.e. Israel & Hungary) the barriers have reduced the numbers of invaders significantly (granted.. not 100%).

This barrier has to be built. As it stands now, the US has ceded territory to the criminal element South of the border. The only reason it hasn't been done is because of the various powers that be that benefit from open borders (cheap compliant labor, future voters).

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Re: Trump Our New President
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So sad to hear you are leaving. I may not have always agreed with you but you were a valuable contributor to this forum. Also, now more than ever we need people to stick up for freedom...to save this nation from the peril that resides in the White House currently.

I have one relative and several in-laws who reside in Australia(by extension NZ)......from what I am told they are facing similar issues with right wingers.....

Good Luck!


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The next 4 years we will see BIGOTS raise their ugly heads via our No.1 BIGOT Mr TRUMP ... Welcome to the US of Asses !


You posting from here, or are you in Canada already?

Oh, you're like the rest of liberals - all promises and no action. Nobody went to Canada. :(


Canada ? Application approved to migrate to Australia (just waiting for the paperwork to be completed) and Melbourne will be the city I'm moving to ... 'declared the most liveable city in the world' My home here is on the rental market, so that should keep me afloat after I buy a home there ... I've been looking at the suburbs called Camberwell and Canterbury which was suggested by the embassy guy and my budget.

http://www.smh.com.au/national/why-au ... orld-20150512-ggznm3.html


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Re: Trump Our New President
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http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles ... k-control-of-germany.html

How the Nazis Took Control of Germany
Hitler was not that popular when he first took office, but the Nazis quickly changed that, for the simple reason that power magnifies the ideas of those who hold it

Today, Jan. 27, marks the 72nd anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. That event did not mark the end of the Holocaust—gassings continued until the eve of Hitler’s suicide on April 30, 1945, and thousands more died of the effects of starvation and mistreatment at places like Belsen even weeks after their liberation.

But Jan. 27 should put us in mind of the beginnings. How did this happen? In particular, how could Germany, by all outward indications a civilized and modern country, become a persecuting society, brutally indifferent to the fates of anyone outside its supposed “people’s community”?

These questions should worry people for all time.

Adolf Hitler was a minority choice to lead his country; when he took office, roughly 55 percent of Germans had never voted for him. Anti-semitism was prevalent in German culture but by no means dominant or respectable. The nation’s elites (the establishment) generally regarded the Nazi führer with disdain and mistrust and doubted his capacity to run a government, given his complete lack of experience at doing so. The consensus about the Nazis’ wild-eyed promises was captured by the oft-repeated German proverb, “Nothing is eaten as hot as it’s cooked.”

Six years later, most Germans were acquiescing, and many of them were trying to benefit from, the complete humiliation and dispossession of German Jews, their demotion to “subjects” of the Reich, and their forced expulsion from the country. Three more years on, most Germans, including those elite corporate leaders and civil servants who scorned Hitler in 1933, were not just turning a blind eye to, but facilitating enslavement and mass murder… and finding a great many helpers in the Axis-occupied and Axis-allied regions of Europe.

The key to understanding the transformation of Germans’ behavior is straightforward: power magnifies the ideas of those who hold it. Power enabled the Nazi regime to unleash the haters, to intimidate the squeamish, and to change the moral valence of prejudice from something frowned upon to something glorified as patriotic. Once that happened, individual self-interest took care of the rest.


Above all, power enabled the propagandists for Nazism to divide the world relentlessly into Us vs. Them and to shut down more nuanced perspectives. To Germans, the world became a perpetual struggle between poor, virtuous, and victimized Us, and malevolent, conspiratorial, and implacable Them. In such an unforgiving environment, all means of self-defense were justified, including preemptively striking Them—taking their rights away, concentrating them in camps and ghettos, wiping them out—before they supposedly had a chance to do their worst.

Demonization of “Them” is always the first step toward persecution and genocide. And an essential prerequisite for demonization is its proponents’ sense of victimization, of having been or being about to be robbed of a birthright. The adherents of modern anti-semitism, not only in Germany but elsewhere in Europe, were people displaced and diminished by the Industrial Revolution and threatened by the specter of communism.

In our own day, the devotees of nativist populism, not only in the U.S. but also in Europe, are people declassed and disoriented by the digital revolution and alarmed by the rise of Islamism. Will they go the way of the Nazis toward ever escalating paranoia and persecution?


Only if governments help them. Populist movements, on their own, can’t make persecuting societies or generate genocides. These phenomena need office-holders to countenance, stimulate, and implement hatred.

Only when powerful leaders choose to let discrimination and violence take hold, and then to accelerate these lusts, does systematic degradation, let alone mass murder, result.

That is the challenge the Holocaust poses all these years later: Which way will political leaders go? Toward feeding angry and vengeful segments of public opinion or toward promoting pluralism and progress? Because the prospects look chancy right now, we should all recall the words of another German proverb—“Beware the Beginnings”—and be ready to act on it.

Peter Hayes is professor of history and German and Theodore Zev Weiss Holocaust Educational Foundation professor of Holocaust studies emeritus at Northwestern University. W. W. Norton & Co. published his new book, Why? Explaining the Holocaust, on Jan. 17.


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Re: Trump Our New President
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Its clear the DEMOCRAT LEADERSHIP has let us down...many including Obama thought that Trump once in office would moderate his stance...that we should give him a chance.

That failed completely.

The only thing left standing between tyranny and the semblance of a free society are the people.

RESIST!

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Re: Trump Our New President
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He scrubbed civil rights and LGBT issues. And his first executive order was to deny a 500 credit towards mortgages....ya know so those poor billionaires on WALL STREET can make a living too.

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And down goes our environment. The White House web page on climate change was removed and replaced with "An America First Energy Plan" to pilfer our federal lands and enrich the fossil fuel industry. Not one single mention of utilizing renewable energy.

https://www.whitehouse.gov/america-first-energy

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Re: Trump Our New President
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At least Trump is trying to MAKE AMERICA BEAUTIFUL AGAIN by shilling jewelry.

https://www.cnet.com/news/melania-trum ... lady-white-house-website/

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Re: Krispy Kreme to Hold Factory Hiring Event All Types of Jobs Available
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Can't wait for the Grove St. location to open, their donuts are way superior to DD. :)

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Enjoy your special day Trump supporters.....I hope you get what you deserve.

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Re: Holding an Event at Loews - Recommendations?
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Hi,

I recently attended a movie there for the first time. It was so fun. And the venue itself is gorgeous. I hope they remain independent.

For almost all events a fire marshal indeed is required.


201.798.6055 | info@friendofloews.org

Good LUCK!

Posted on: 1/14 18:11
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Re: home maintenance
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Happy New Year to all!

It so happens that several of my light fixtures/bulbs died on me.

I was able to put in LED bulbs for most of them with no problem. There is one light fixture on my ceiling that is a bit tricky.

This is it:

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Philips-4- ... -10-Pack-422675/203466573.

Id like to replace it with something more energy efficient. Doe anyone have any recommendations? It is pretty high on the ceiling....i just want to be able to put it in as i would with the one i have now.

I am complete doofus when it comes to home maintenance.

Thanks ALL!

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NOT OUR PRESIDENT
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What Trump Needs to Learn About Protests
By Margaret Talbot , November 11, 2016

http://www.newyorker.com/news/daily-c ... s-to-learn-about-protests

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Re: Trump Our New President
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This was a surprising result to say the least. I congratulate Trump because he pulled it off. An angry mass of people have spoken in large enough numbers...where they were heard. Basic democracy.

Whether or not choosing a candidate out of spite will solve our issues...only time will tell.

But If the Democrats roll over like the spinless Republican Party did with Adolf Trump.....both organizations deserve to perish.






Posted on: 2016/11/9 9:05
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Re: Republican Convention
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How about this for a zinger: Your orange fuhrer has lost the election.

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Wow... quite witty did you think this up all by yourself?

You are just not intelligent to have this sharp sense of humor, probably plagerized.

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Father who ‘repeatedly raped his 12-year old daughter’ gets 60-day sentence. Fury erupts.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/mo ... day-sentence-fury-erupts/



I hear that Drumpf wants to nominate this judge to the Supreme court or at the very least be the presiding judge at his own sexual assault/rape trials....

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Father who ‘repeatedly raped his 12-year old daughter’ gets 60-day sentence. Fury erupts.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/mo ... day-sentence-fury-erupts/



I hear that Drumpf wants to nominate this judge to the Supreme court or at the very least be the presiding judge at his own sexual assault/rape trials....

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Re: Republican Convention
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http://www.nydailynews.com/news/natio ... ebombed-article-1.2832967




North Carolina county GOP office attacked

Donald Trump blames "animals respresenting Hillary Clinton" for the firebombing.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2016/10 ... cked-229865#ixzz4NIH0R6Sw
Follow us: @politico on Twitter | Politico on Facebook

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/10 ... op-office-attacked-229865

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New Jersey Muslim Center Defaced With ‘Donald Trump,’ Racist Graffiti
“F**k Allah” and “F**k Arabs” were among the messages spray-painted on Bayonne’s Muslim Community Miraj Center.



http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/b ... _58013157e4b06e047594c812

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https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/three-k ... omali-immigrant-community

Three Kansas Men Charged With Plotting a Bombing Attack Targeting the Local Somali Immigrant Community

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/po ... r/?utm_term=.8fe7406fa329

‘It will be a bloodbath’: Inside the Kansas militia plot to ignite a religious war

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Re: Republican Convention
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Silly Matt, we already know about Drumpf's parenting approach. What i really want to know is how he feels about women!

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By Jeremy Diamond, CNN
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http://www.cnn.com/2016/10/07/politic ... p-women-vulgar/index.html



Really.... after all this time, what difference does it make?


"Grab them by the pussy." - Donald Trump

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Re: Large Explosion in Chelsea - 135 W. 23rd - Dumpster Destroyed
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I doubt they will watch this.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlVyaIS20PU

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Don't bother Bill. Most on this board won't watch it, and if they do they'll say every religion is bad. That's their answer.

Pathetic.

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Re: Large Explosion in Chelsea - 135 W. 23rd - Dumpster Destroyed
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I don't know if the video is real or not....especially since the poster is a right winger....who in his profile pic is all geared up for some hunting with this trusty assault rifle....but if it is true its scary.

The irony is that the only commenter on the video states:


gas, deport, idgaf every religious muslim has to leave the west forever?.

Nothing makes the world a better place than fighting hate with violence an more hate.



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http://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,175987,00.html


There are 1.2 billion Muslims in the world, and Islam is the world's fastest-growing religion. If the evil carnage we witnessed on Sept. 11 were typical of the faith, and Islam truly inspired and justified such violence, its growth and the increasing presence of Muslims in both Europe and the U.S. would be a terrifying prospect. Fortunately, this is not the case.



The very word Islam, which means "surrender," is related to the Arabic salam, or peace. When the Prophet Muhammad brought the inspired scripture known as the Koran to the Arabs in the early 7th century A.D., a major part of his mission was devoted precisely to bringing an end to the kind of mass slaughter we witnessed in New York City and Washington. Pre-Islamic Arabia was caught up in a vicious cycle of warfare, in which tribe fought tribe in a pattern of vendetta and countervendetta. Muhammad himself survived several assassination attempts, and the early Muslim community narrowly escaped extermination by the powerful city of Mecca. The Prophet had to fight a deadly war in order to survive, but as soon as he felt his people were probably safe, he devoted his attention to building up a peaceful coalition of tribes and achieved victory by an ingenious and inspiring campaign of nonviolence. When he died in 632, he had almost single-handedly brought peace to war-torn Arabia.

Because the Koran was revealed in the context of an all-out war, several passages deal with the conduct of armed struggle. Warfare was a desperate business on the Arabian Peninsula. A chieftain was not expected to spare survivors after a battle, and some of the Koranic injunctions seem to share this spirit. Muslims are ordered by God to "slay [enemies] wherever you find them!" (4: 89). Extremists such as Osama bin Laden like to quote such verses but do so selectively. They do not include the exhortations to peace, which in almost every case follow these more ferocious passages: "Thus, if they let you be, and do not make war on you, and offer you peace, God does not allow you to harm them" (4: 90).

In the Koran, therefore, the only permissible war is one of self-defense. Muslims may not begin hostilities (2: 190). Warfare is always evil, but sometimes you have to fight in order to avoid the kind of persecution that Mecca inflicted on the Muslims (2: 191; 2: 217) or to preserve decent values (4: 75; 22: 40). The Koran quotes the Torah, the Jewish scriptures, which permits people to retaliate eye for eye, tooth for tooth, but like the Gospels, the Koran suggests that it is meritorious to forgo revenge in a spirit of charity (5: 45). Hostilities must be brought to an end as quickly as possible and must cease the minute the enemy sues for peace (2: 192-3).

Islam is not addicted to war, and jihad is not one of its "pillars," or essential practices. The primary meaning of the word jihad is not "holy war" but "struggle." It refers to the difficult effort that is needed to put God's will into practice at every level--personal and social as well as political. A very important and much quoted tradition has Muhammad telling his companions as they go home after a battle, "We are returning from the lesser jihad [the battle] to the greater jihad," the far more urgent and momentous task of extirpating wrongdoing from one's own society and one's own heart.

Islam did not impose itself by the sword. In a statement in which the Arabic is extremely emphatic, the Koran insists, "There must be no coercion in matters of faith!" (2: 256). Constantly Muslims are enjoined to respect Jews and Christians, the "People of the Book," who worship the same God (29: 46). In words quoted by Muhammad in one of his last public sermons, God tells all human beings, "O people! We have formed you into nations and tribes so that you may know one another" (49: 13)--not to conquer, convert, subjugate, revile or slaughter but to reach out toward others with intelligence and understanding.

So why the suicide bombing, the hijacking and the massacre of innocent civilians? Far from being endorsed by the Koran, this killing violates some of its most sacred precepts. But during the 20th century, the militant form of piety often known as fundamentalism erupted in every major religion as a rebellion against modernity. Every fundamentalist movement I have studied in Judaism, Christianity and Islam is convinced that liberal, secular society is determined to wipe out religion. Fighting, as they imagine, a battle for survival, fundamentalists often feel justified in ignoring the more compassionate principles of their faith. But in amplifying the more aggressive passages that exist in all our scriptures, they distort the tradition.

It would be as grave a mistake to see Osama bin Laden as an authentic representative of Islam as to consider James Kopp, the alleged killer of an abortion provider in Buffalo, N.Y., a typical Christian or Baruch Goldstein, who shot 29 worshipers in the Hebron mosque in 1994 and died in the attack, a true martyr of Israel. The vast majority of Muslims, who are horrified by the atrocity of Sept. 11, must reclaim their faith from those who have so violently hijacked it.

Karen Armstrong has written many books on religion, including Islam: A Short History, published last year by Modern Library

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You are correct. Christians have committed crimes. Some have even done so in the name of Christ. Some were politically motivated.

But let me make one clear distinction, because I find you're not making a fair argument and missing important point.

Unlike Islam, Christianity does not have an abundant hate filled doctrine or creed that proposes death and destruction to non-believers. In fact, they have to turn the other cheek. That's not to say they are above deplorable acts, (looking at you, priests and abortion clinic bombers) but it is in direct contradiction with New Testament scripture.

Islamic doctrine commands persuasion, subjugation, and if you're not a "people of the Book", then death. This is not a detail or a footnote. This is unfortunately, THE driving factor of the spread of this religion/ideology. In addition, it is many a devout Muslim's solemn duty to ultimately spread and instill Sharia. And unlike the West's, separation of Church and State, such a concept does not exist in political Islam.

As far as US based Islamic terrorism, I do agree with you. We should not be overly concerned or afraid of it here in the States. Not yet, anyway. But I can't help but sense you're downplaying the dangers of home based Islamic terror because criticizing it does not align with your liberal convictions.

What we should wake up to is the slow, deliberate, methodology that Islam continues to project on the West. We measure time with a watch. Islam measures with a calendar.

Let me be clear again, I am not suggesting all Muslim's share this view, therefore I am not vilifying all Muslims. But no one can deny their doctrine. And though I wish I knew more Muslim's personally, I would love to know how they contend with the hate espoused by Islam and square that in our open and free society.

Lastly, if Liberals openly criticize and ridicule Christianity, why are they so afraid to do the same for Islam? (Bill Maher the only exception I know.) Why? Because in my experience, today's Liberals will defend minorities at any cost, regardless of minorities' actions, creed and mindset.

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lol okay. Yeah.



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may you have a 1000 sons and each one be named Mohammed.

#Bismillah !




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BITCH PLEASE! She doesn't have to do a thing you say!

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There was also just an explosion in a Virginia mall.

And an earlier explosion in a garbage in NJ.

Could be ISIS or another Muslim group.


STOP - THERE IS NO EVIDENCE IT IS A MUSLIM GROUP - JUST STOP IT ALREADY!



You need to make an open apology to the group.



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I hope the owners gave you some sort of reward. Id have gotten you guys a ton of coffee. Thanks for being so kind.

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Thank you for being logical and awesome!

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Of course that was his name. Of course that was his religion.



When we hear about a mass shooting at a school, no one is surprised when it turns out to be a white Christian who is a natural-born citizen.

It wasn't that long ago that it was Irish Catholics bombing the UK, or white middle-class hippies bombing the US.

There are plenty of white conservative gun owners who have suggested resorting to violence if the government tries to seize their weapons (a policy that no one in the government has actually suggested btw).


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To deluded people like Jerseymom....

There is no "delusion" involved when someone says "wait for the evidence."


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People who are unwilling to integrate into our society and culture SHOULD NOT be allowed to immigrate.

1) In the 1920s, the Big Fear (specifically, the Red Scare) was over anarchists and Bolsheviks who were, wait for it... mostly immigrants of Italian descent. Today, for some strange reason, we regard Italians as thoroughly assimilated -- despite describing them in the same terms as we do Muslims today. What a surprise.

2) No, there is absolutely no requirement that immigrants absorb our culture -- nor is it clear what that means anyway. What they are required to do is the same thing as every other citizen and immigrant, namely obey the law.

And no, a tiny handful of the 3.3 million Muslims causing problems is not sufficient to bar entire communities.

3) It is unconstitutional and illegal to bar Muslims from the United States.


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Trump is right. Enlarging ghettos of Muslims does not advance American interests and in fact endangers us.

Trump has absolutely no idea what he's talking about. My cat is better qualified to deal with the problems of domestic terrorism than he is.

To wit: What exact policies does he offer, to stop a lone terrorist who plants several pressure cooker bombs? What would he do to prevent this? Is he going to denaturalize every single Muslim in the United States?

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BITCH PLEASE! She doesn't have to do a thing you say!

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There was also just an explosion in a Virginia mall.

And an earlier explosion in a garbage in NJ.

Could be ISIS or another Muslim group.


STOP - THERE IS NO EVIDENCE IT IS A MUSLIM GROUP - JUST STOP IT ALREADY!



You need to make an open apology to the group.



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It scares me to think DRUMPF might win. Hillary isn't really that better of a choice in my opinion. She is a war hawk on foreign policy and is influenced heavily by corporate and big business.

DRUMPF is a loser and a con....but if he is elected...then surely we deserve it.


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Of course we as a nation can stop supporting dictators that oppress their people. We could stop attacking or overthrowing democratically elected leaders an nations. We could stop selling arms to those very oppressive regimes.

I betcha there would be alot of less of these guys if we tried.



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Ahmad Khan Rahami has been arrested:

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/20/nyr ... mad-khan-rahami.html?_r=0


Of course that was his name. Of course that was his religion.

When most people woke up today and saw he was the suspect, deep down they were not surprised.

To deluded people like Jerseymom, stop feeling guilty over your growing concern over the Muslim problem. I know that's why you lashed out as you did. People who are unwilling to integrate into our society and culture SHOULD NOT be allowed to immigrate. Trump is right. Enlarging ghettos of Muslims does not advance American interests and in fact endangers us.

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