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Re: Trump Our New President
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I have never seen anyone in my life feel the need to self congratulate oneself more than Donald Trump. Today, standing in front of the CIA Memorial he spent much of the time rambling about himself, how smart he is, how great his numbers are and the number of times he has appeared on Time magazine. The level of insecurity is staggering.


The man achieved the single biggest and improbable political ascent in modern world history. He took on the entire power structure of our country and won.

Sorry if you don't like facts.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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This is what I picture many "progressives" on this board to be like.

http://youtu.be/q2R2btO4MEo

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Re: Trump Our New President
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“The Democratic Party now is left literally at zero—zero dollars in the bank, zero infrastructure as the Clinton campaign closes up shop,” wrote Democratic National Committee consultant Donnie Fowler in a post-mortem ordered by outgoing interim chair Donna Brazile, “and, most importantly, zero majority control in Washington and in 33 of the states.”

http://www.politico.com/magazine/stor ... s-comeback-revival-214650

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Re: Trump Our New President
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You mean 8 years.

And yes, unfortunately some Americans have been hopelessly brainwashed by our lying media. But these people are impotent and have no recourse apart from ever increasing temper tantrums.

But I agree it will be very fun to see Trump reverse the harm that liberal policies have inflicted on this country.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Another amazing speech by PRESIDENT Trump!!!

Just so happy he won and will take our country in the direction we desperately need to take. Time to start Making America Great Again!!!

Posted on: Yesterday 12:32
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Re: Trump Pics Mega Thread
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I'm missing the part where this is supposed to be insulting or offensive. Safe spaces are intended to make oppressed people feel comfortable and at ease. Why would you be proud to be against that?


You would miss the point, LOL.

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Re: NJT Bus with 2 Dozen Passengers Struck by Bullets - MLK Near Bidwell
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I would certainly support stop and frisk of white people.


You absolutely would - because it will never happen, and you know it. Just like "the war against Christmas", dangerous Mexican rapists poring over the southern border and other whiny conservative bullshit make-believe victimization.



You asked a question and got an answer. Guess the answer goes against your silly worldview so you couldn't handle it.

Posted on: 1/18 19:38
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Re: NJT Bus with 2 Dozen Passengers Struck by Bullets - MLK Near Bidwell
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But okay - back to stop and frisk: a guy stole a bike from our garage and was caught on camera. He was white and from your neck of the woods, according to the police who wouldn't do anything about it. You're good with getting felt up a couple times a week on your way to/from work, right? You are definitely white, right?


If I lived in an area that was overrun by white gangs and had a lot of violent white crime, getting so bad that innocent people on a bus are subjected to machine gun fire from white gangs, I would certainly support stop and frisk of white people.

Particularly young white males, as they would be the overwhelming source of these violent crime problems in this scenario.

You better believe that I'd prioritize my life and safety over liberal concerns of not "furthering negative stereotypes" or the latest liberal nonsense in opposition.

Posted on: 1/18 19:12
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Re: Montreal Bans New Pit Bull Ownership After Deadly Mauling
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Interesting article on WebMD, separating fact and fiction about pitbulls.

http://pets.webmd.com/dogs/features/pit-bulls-safety


This is an interesting article, but it minimizes the opposition to pit bulls and doesn't adequately explore their negatives.

For example, it claims: "Opponents argue that pit bulls are more likely to attack." It then spends paragraphs knocking this scarecrow down.

But the true problem with pit bulls isn't that they are more likely to attack. It's that once they do, their bites are far stronger and dangerous than other dogs. They also do not let go, and are almost impervious to pain.

The article tries to weasel around this, by pointing to this "myth":

They can tolerate huge amounts of pain.

“Pit bulls are incredibly wimpy in many respects - they don’t like to go in the cold and rain,” Reid says. But when aroused or agitated, they may be less responsive to pain.

As you can see from the part I bolded, this is no "myth," and WebMD actually admits it.

IMO, the article Yvonne linked perfectly illustrates why pit bulls are more dangerous than other dogs. There were three dogs that attacked the kids: a pit bull mix, a border collie, and an unknown breed. Of these three, the police were able to "detain" two, but the pit bull was "acting aggressively" and had to be killed.

This is why it is silly to draw an analogy to car accidents. If there was a certain type of car that subjected people to a far higher risk of death or serious injury than other cars, people would go ahead and ban it.

Although not stated, I also suspect that the pit bull was the one who killed the kid, while the other dogs inflicted less serious injuries, because their bites aren't as strong.

So, because of the greater potential of pit bulls to inflict death and serious bodily harm on innocent people when compared with other dogs, I support their ban. I would also support bans on other dogs that have been proven to have a more powerful bite, with jaws that do not let go, and with a body that is nearly immune to pain when attacking, necessitating the killing of the dog in order to get it to let go.

Posted on: 1/18 15:12
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Obama and his alt left loonies are still blaming Bush, 8 years later-you know that, right?


Now they'll just blame everything on Trump. They'll pretend the past 8 years never existed and all of our problems are caused by Bush and Trump.

That's why they are taking a well deserved time out from politics. We've had enough of that lunacy and it's time for the adults to take charge.

Posted on: 1/18 14:01
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Re: Trump Our New President
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And alt left radicals were planning on releasing butyric acid in a ventilation system to disrupt a Trump inauguration ball. They should be charged with domestic terrorism.


Don't count on that ever happening under Obama, but fortunately we are almost rid of him.

Posted on: 1/17 21:15
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Re: J.C. Police Sucker-Punched During Infraction
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What kind of pussy cops are these? Must be women.


Internet tough guy alert.


What I said was crass but true (I was pretty drunk). The police keep people safe. It's a terrible look if they can't even keep themselves safe (and the attackers get away).

I get that these cops were overpowered, likely for the reason I said, but they've got weapons and should use them. Unacceptable to have these degenerates roaming the streets attacking people like this.

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Re: J.C. Police Sucker-Punched During Infraction
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What kind of pussy cops are these? Must be women.

Posted on: 1/14 1:41
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Re: Anti-gentrification activist
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I think our "activist" is back on the anti-gentrification warpath.

Today Curbed featured a bland profile of (mostly downtown) JC's best-kept secrets offered up by a Barcade employee who has lived in town for three years.

It's much the same as several other puff pieces in recent years selling the merits of DTJC to the Curbed readership on the other side of the river - certainly nothing offensive in her observations.

Nonetheless, scroll on down to the comment section and take a read of the screed written by "RealJCNative1". Reads like the shrill ranting of the "JC Take it Back" girl that started this thread a few years back. And of course, she's still furious about the "colonizers" taking over her town.

Yawn.


The commenter is an imbecile, but it seems odd to me to discuss the comment here, on another board, rather than replying directly to her.

Posted on: 1/13 0:41
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Re: Trump Our New President
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y'all sitting down....sit, please sit!

Trump Received Unsubstantiated Report That Russia Had Damaging Information About Him

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/10/us/ ... ia-intelligence.html?_r=0



You people are nuts... Try and understand what the headline says and the details to the story.... the people making the report to the FBI were from the DNC.

The DNC reported a lie to the FBI for them to investigate trying to link Russians to Trump.

It was a smear job that apparently was investigated by the FBI around the time he was starting to receive classified briefings.

NOTHING WAS FOUND! What the FBI reported to Trump was an unsubstantiated smear attempt against him and his staff.

Yahoo News names Trump staff and the rumors such as a staffer had a family member who owned a dacha in the Russian countryside next to Putin.


Just some more fake news spread by the mainstream media. What else is new?

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Re: NJ Democrats for Governor
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The next governor will be forced into recognizing that the legalization of marijuana will help New Jersey with its crushing debt situation.

I think Murphy has already endorsed the idea. We know that legislators led by Sweeney have intentions of getting it before the state in 2018.

Why not?


Legalizing marijuana will not be the solution to budget problems. You are projecting a rosy scenario based on the assumption of a static scenario. If NJ legalizes marijuana in 2017, you can be almost assured that NYS will do the same shortly thereafter. There is already a lot of pressure in Albany to take up the idea after the voters in MA voted in favor of legalization. There is no way NYS will sit back and allow MA and NJ to reap all the benefits of increased tax revenues from such a move. So, yes, NJ would see some increase in revenue from the taxation of marijuana legalization, but that gravy train will not last long amid competition from other states in the area.


All he said was that legalization would "help" with the budget problems.

I find it hard that anyone could disagree.

Posted on: 1/10 22:28
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There is a saying that Trump supporters take him seriously but not literally, while haters take him literally but not seriously.

You illustrated this nicely with the example you just used. I see that quote and his obvious point is that he rarely gets sick/is in good health. I believe this to be true.

Liberals will get one of their partisan "fact checking" websites, such as Politifact (operated by reporters from the Tampa Bay Times, which strongly endorsed Hillary), which will find one time he was sick, and then conclude:LIE!! FOUR PINOCCHIOS!!!!! Without really discussing his main point (he's never really sick).

Then people like you will read and it will confirm your belief of what a liar Trump is and how stupid his supporters must be to believe him. And people like me will read and say this is just another example of our dishonest media misleading their readers.


Not sure who you think "people like me" are. We have never met, and you think you know me from a couple BS posts I make on a local forum. If you meant people that have the ability for abstract thought, then yes that's me.

For me it's a black and white situation, and there are not degrees of lying. You either are lying or you're not. If someone said they were never sick, and you could prove they were, then they lied to you. I'm used to politicians lying about damn near everything, but not petty small stuff like some of what Trump tends to do (everything he touches can't be the greatest).

FWIW, I've never taken any politicians or media at face value. I try to get a few different points of view and form my own opinion. So in a way I guess trump is more of the same, and not as much of an outsider as people think he is. He certainly didn't break any new ground with his appointees.


Not sure what to tell you. I explained it as clearly as I could, and you even reacted just like I predicted "people like you" would react.

And I certainly don't know what to say if you don't even think Trump is much of an outsider. The anti-Trump narrative constantly shifted between he's not actually draining the swamp because he's appointing GOP stalwarts (seems to be your position) and he's appointing many people to cabinet positions who are unqualified and have no experience.

I think he's as big an outsider as you can get. Sure, he's trying to work with established people in his party, but he's not one of them.

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Macy's dumped Trump and his clothing line after Trump first starting running for office.

When a business takes a disgraceful stance like that, they receive punishment.


Holy Christ man. I know you'be been busy trying to figure out the optimal tip-to-tip efficiency for Trump and Putin, but you sound like you're already living in a dictatorship. You speak up against our dear leader, or do something to anger him? Time for your punishment.


You are the one who brought up Macy's and implied that Trump let them down because they are now a failing business.

I explained that they took a controversial political stance and were punished by hardworking Americans (who stopped shopping there) as a result. So things are going just fine.


Wasn't me that brought up Macy's. You're a smart person, I presume, soni know you can't believe everything Trump says. I mean this is a guy who has publicly stated he has never been sick a day in his life, and that he has the greatest immune system. I'm curious what percentage you believe. 50%? 75%?


There is a saying that Trump supporters take him seriously but not literally, while haters take him literally but not seriously.

You illustrated this nicely with the example you just used. I see that quote and his obvious point is that he rarely gets sick/is in good health. I believe this to be true.

Liberals will get one of their partisan "fact checking" websites, such as Politifact (operated by reporters from the Tampa Bay Times, which strongly endorsed Hillary), which will find one time he was sick, and then conclude:LIE!! FOUR PINOCCHIOS!!!!! Without really discussing his main point (he's never really sick).

Then people like you will read and it will confirm your belief of what a liar Trump is and how stupid his supporters must be to believe him. And people like me will read and say this is just another example of our dishonest media misleading their readers.

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You can't say TRUMP isn't transparent ... he spews out what he feels, employs family and friends and displays (tweets / press conference) a genuine discontent with things that he isn't happy with. The presidency is going to be one big reality game show that will be a mixture of BIG BROTHER, THE APPRENTICE and SURVIVOR ... it's going to be one hell of a ride !


Think of it like winning the lottery.

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Macy's dumped Trump and his clothing line after Trump first starting running for office.

When a business takes a disgraceful stance like that, they receive punishment.


Holy Christ man. I know you'be been busy trying to figure out the optimal tip-to-tip efficiency for Trump and Putin, but you sound like you're already living in a dictatorship. You speak up against our dear leader, or do something to anger him? Time for your punishment.


You are the one who brought up Macy's and implied that Trump let them down because they are now a failing business.

I explained that they took a controversial political stance and were punished by hardworking Americans (who stopped shopping there) as a result. So things are going just fine.

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Fiat/Chrysler to Trump-we believe you're going to make America great again! 1 billion of new investment in the USA, 2,000 manufacturing jobs!

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/article ... u-s-plants-for-jeeps-rams


Why isn't he saving Macy's? I mean, yeah, sales were down but all that new income he's gonna produce will help Macy's so why doesn't he save them?!


Macy's dumped Trump and his clothing line after Trump first starting running for office.

When a business takes a disgraceful stance like that, they receive punishment.

Posted on: 1/9 14:27
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Re: Trump Our New President
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BLM thugs tied up and tortured a white Trump supporter live on Facebook.

http://www.infowars.com/shock-video-w ... st-black-anti-trump-gang/

Mass media has completely ignored the story so far, but there's video and arrests have been made. Considering how much press the fake "hate crimes" committed by Trump supporters get, this is a new low, even for our liberal mass media.

Also really shows you the barbarism of some members of society.


...and by "mass media ignoring it" you mean all over local and national news?


At the time I made this post, Infowars and other alternative media sites were the only ones reporting on the story. Despite the clear video and arrests. Whatever happened to wanting to be the first to break a story?

The mass media tried to ignore it, but there was outrage all over social media so they had no choice.

I'm no longer complaining about their coverage. However, if the races were reversed and a group of white animals tortured a black man while laughing and yelling "fuck black people, fuck Obama," I guarantee you the story would be far bigger. Many liberals, the media, and Democrat politicians would blame it all on Trump and his "hateful rhetoric." There probably would be nationwide protests. Probably another good excuse for the usual suspects to loot and riot too.

So there's still a tremendous double standard but luckily Trump won, and the pendulum is finally beginning to swing back.

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the obama rally goes from strength to strength...i hope scumbag doesn't screw it up.


Wait, the left said the market would tank if Trump was elected-and instead it's been skying! Ford wants to help Trump make America great again! Mexico wants to play nice now. Bibi knows Trump has his back. Stop the snowflake tears, everything will be ok.
and still, obama has laid the foundation for the market's strength and the removal of election uncertainty is a positive.


Right, because DOUBLING the national debt under your watch, and keeping interest rates at practically zero will ensure a long term recovery. Meanwhile, food stamps users are up 10 million, labor participation is at a historic low, growth has been abysmal, and family income has been stagnant for the last 8 years. But bbbbbBush!
oh this is gonna be great. So I guess you are opposed to trumps plan to significantly increase the deficit although the unemployment rate is very low?


You are wrong. The actual unemployment rate is not very low. The Obama administration has been releasing juked stats.

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BLM thugs tied up and tortured a white Trump supporter live on Facebook.

http://www.infowars.com/shock-video-w ... st-black-anti-trump-gang/

Mass media has completely ignored the story so far, but there's video and arrests have been made. Considering how much press the fake "hate crimes" committed by Trump supporters get, this is a new low, even for our liberal mass media.

Also really shows you the barbarism of some members of society.

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Re: There's a new approach for training Jersey City police recruits
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More minorities on the force.

Qualified applicants.

Pick one.

Posted on: 1/3 23:32
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Ford cancels Mexico plant. Will create 700 U.S. jobs in 'vote of confidence' in Trump

Ford is canceling plans to build a new plant in Mexico. It will invest $700 million in Michigan instead, creating 700 new U.S. jobs.

http://money.cnn.com/2017/01/03/news/ ... 700-jobs-trump/index.html

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Re: Car stolen from front of my house on York St.
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I hope you didn't just lease it with a big down payment.

Would you loose your down payment on a theft ? Isn't there a way to insure the loss ?


I think you need to have comprehensive car insurance coverage to be insured for this.

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Mrs. Obama made the hopeless claim, lol. After 8 years of her husband the Democrats have lost the House, the Senate, the White House, more and more governorships/state legislatures, and soon the Supreme Court. I'd say that's pretty hopeless.


Stupid comment - Hillary and the Democrats did that by allowing her to represent the party and losing the election to a buffoon called Trump. Both were and are, LOSERS!

Obama won twice and served 8 years.


Am I mistakenly or weren't you going to work from Canada?


He's probably one of many lying liberals who claimed they were moving abroad if Trump got elected, only to back down.

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Happy New Year to all, including to my many enemies and those who have fought me and lost so badly they just don't know what to do. Love!

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/815185071317676033

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