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Re: Trump Our New President
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For the newbies on this board:

Pebble: "You are racist and a bigot"

Translation: "You have a lot of common sense"

Funny. Glad that you find racism ok or want to normalize it as "common sense."

Every security expert in America said that the Muslim ban would be bad and hinder the country. Common Sense is knowing that people that do this for a living might know what they're talking about. Being a racist is telling those experts to screw off and pushing forward a policy that provides no security at all.

But, good on you for continuing to push forward to defend it!

Posted on: Yesterday 7:22
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Re: Trump Our New President
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The convicted James O'Keefe grasping for straws. I'll wait for the investigation to run it's course thank you very much.


It appears that you won't have to wait long... the whole Russia / Trump fairytale is falling apart for the media and moonbat conspiracy whackos....

https://theintercept.com/2017/06/27/cn ... ess-on-the-russia-threat/

Quoting right wing news sources as if they're evidence...?

Actions speak louder than words. Trump's lawyer got a lawyer. That's not a good sign...

Posted on: Yesterday 7:17
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Re: Getting the most out of ObamaCare
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I was listening to the car radio last week, I don't know the station but was shocked when a person called in to the station and said he pays $3,200 a month for insurance for 3 people. His wife has cancer. I figure he makes a good salary when he said he sold his home to make monthly payments.
yes, $3,200 is a lot but you don't know how much this person makes. i know people, before obamacare, could not even get coverage with cancer or other pre-exising conditions.


It is obvious, it is not a lot or he would not have to sell his home in order to pay $3,200 monthy. I do feel for people without insurance. That is why states covered them with Medicaid. Some people are not getting insurance, they are just paying the fine because they cannot afford even the cheapest plan. My doctor who is in his early 60s closed his practice due to Obamacare. He is now working for an insurance company as a visiting doctor for homebound patients. I went to him for 20 plus years.

Your doctor is in his 60's. He didn't close practice because of Obamacare. That's a beyond stupid statement.

Under Obamacare, the federal government has been spending less money on healthcare while the number of insured people have gone up.

I thought Republicans wanted government spending to go down? Oh, right... A black guy proposed it and put it in place...


My deductible has gone from $500 to $3200 in the past 4-5 yrs.Now I basically have insurance just for major issues


You've chosen a high deductible policy. That is called making a choice. If you had mad a different choice, your deductible would be lower.

Posted on: 6/27 17:39
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Re: Trump Our New President
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The Supreme Court reversed the liberal activist judges and ruled that a large chunk of Trump's travel ban is back in effect. Good.

A shame we have to go all the way to the top before we can find judges that put the Constitution ahead of their personal politics.

As a racist, your statement on this is not surprising in the slightest.

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The Supreme Court reversed the lower court's decision and ruled that a large chunk of Trump's travel ban is back in effect while the Supreme Court hears arguments related to the travel ban. Good.


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As one of the judges already said: by deciding to restore the ban, the Supreme Court already tipped its hand that Trump was right.

If he was wrong, they would have just prevented the ban from being restored while they heard arguments.

This is a great day for America. Liberal activist judges getting reversed as they should. The next step is to remove these liberal judges who have decided to place politics above doing their jobs.


It's a temporary ban. They have 3 months to prove that it is necessary to continue. If not it will be ended. Meanwhile, people will help refugees get into our country by any means necessary.


That is the point you progressives missed, it always has been a temporary ban till we see who the heck is coming into the country, legally or illegally.

The objective of the temporary ban was to review the vetting processes that the Obama Administration claimed were in place. The good news on the southern border is that the influx of illegal aliens has been cut by 70%. Which probably saved countless lives with the extreme heat being experienced in the SW.

Of course deaths of exploited illegal aliens means nothing on the alter of progressive anarchists. There is a cost to anarchy and revolution that the exploited masses must pay if they want to be free.

Had you foolish people not "resisted" it all would have been over by now.... and then to the progressive's delight, all future terror acts in the USA would be on Trump


Wow... talk about dense... Trump stated that the ban was necessary in order to implement "extreme vetting" and that it would be implemented in 90 days. The fact that we are 5 months in, what is taking so long to implement this "extreme vetting". Seems to me that it's all a ruse to continue a bigoted policy that resolves nothing.

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If this isn't the kiss of death....

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/06/27/yellen ... kely-in-our-lifetime.html

So what you're saying is that with Dodd-Frank in effect, banks have become stronger and more financially viable. They have not increased their risk to the point of causing another crisis.

That's good news. Why do you think it is bad?

Posted on: 6/27 17:23
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Re: Getting the most out of ObamaCare
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I was listening to the car radio last week, I don't know the station but was shocked when a person called in to the station and said he pays $3,200 a month for insurance for 3 people. His wife has cancer. I figure he makes a good salary when he said he sold his home to make monthly payments.
yes, $3,200 is a lot but you don't know how much this person makes. i know people, before obamacare, could not even get coverage with cancer or other pre-exising conditions.


It is obvious, it is not a lot or he would not have to sell his home in order to pay $3,200 monthy. I do feel for people without insurance. That is why states covered them with Medicaid. Some people are not getting insurance, they are just paying the fine because they cannot afford even the cheapest plan. My doctor who is in his early 60s closed his practice due to Obamacare. He is now working for an insurance company as a visiting doctor for homebound patients. I went to him for 20 plus years.

Your doctor is in his 60's. He didn't close practice because of Obamacare. That's a beyond stupid statement.

Under Obamacare, the federal government has been spending less money on healthcare while the number of insured people have gone up.

I thought Republicans wanted government spending to go down? Oh, right... A black guy proposed it and put it in place...

Posted on: 6/27 17:11
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Oh no! Another out of work hipster!

I post in the middle of the day, thus I must be "an out of work hipster." You respond to my post minutes after I hit send... Does that make you just an out of work loser...?

I think you've never heard the phrase involving glass houses...

Posted on: 6/23 15:43
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Because this organization helps end neo-Nazis and white supremacists (like JCMan8), they won't be receiving funding from Trump:
http://www.politico.com/story/2017/06 ... sm-life-after-hate-239889

You don't get to claim that the politics aren't racist in nature when you pull funding from anti-racist groups...

Meanwhile, the fact that Russia interfered because they desperately wanted a puppet in the White House:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphic ... fb&utm_term=.9f527f4357b1
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But it went further. The intelligence captured Putin’s specific instructions on the operation’s audacious objectives — defeat or at least damage the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, and help elect her opponent, Donald Trump.


This, of course, wasn't enough. Russian hackers acting on Putin's desire to get a puppet in office, altered voter roles:
http://time.com/4828306/russian-hacki ... -widespread-private-data/

I'm sure the racists will claim "fake news" and point to the white supremacist home, Breitbart, to claim they have evidence to support Trump being the overwhelming loser of the vote but winner of the electoral college.

Posted on: 6/23 14:16
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Re: Come to City Hall this upcoming Wednesday to promote electric vehicle charging in JC #EVinJC
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I hope the city holds the line, as we should be embracing and encouraging the use of such cars to help reduce contamination, and exhaust fumes, while also doing a tiny little part towards preserving regional environmental health.


If you look at the life-cycle cost of electric vehicles (i.e. take in account the energy needed to make the batteries, generating source of the electricity, etc.) you get little in the what you described above.

Modern gasoline powered cars are pretty clean when it comes to CO, SOx, NOx, and VOCs (the latter two causing smog and ozone). In fact, if you tried committing suicide by filling your car with exhaust, it would take a while since CO levels produced by modern cars is so low.

There are other issue is with electric car batteries, which aren't affordable or practical (car batteries need to be heated and cooled). Unless someone invents a super capacitor with the same amount of energy storage as a tank of gasoline (similar size / weight), electric cars are just going to be expensive toys for very wealthy people.


You are correct about the issues facing EVs. However, there is the issue of drilling for oil which you completely left out.

Producing electricity has become quite diverse, from windmills to solar panels, electricity generation has become cleaner. Meanwhile, drilling for oil has become the actions of fracking, which is quite destructive.

Lastly, while many EVs are expensive at the moment, this is due to the lack of supply with the vehicles. Once demand for the vehicles along with the ability to charge them becomes more convenient, the production costs will drop.

Posted on: 6/23 14:03
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Ha! What is it like to talk to JCman8 or Monroe in real life?? I just assume everyone nods their head and starts to back away slowly. "Your misogyny is showing" LOL

Monroe is a standup guy. I don't agree with his politics but he's not a racist. I put him in the category of party over country...

JCMan8 is the kind of guy that would cower in the corner and cry if you called him out. He's also extremely lonely, for obvious reasons. I've never met him, but I can state this as a fact.

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HARDLY unexpected. They elected a lily white woman who dresses like a grandma. The district is 70% white but that will be ending soon as white people slip into the minority across the country. This is simply the dying tantrum of scared white people. She wouldn't even mention the POTUS's name in her speech!!

Election results from presidential races:
Year Office Results
2000 President George W. Bush 68% - Al Gore 32%
2004 President George W. Bush 70% - John Kerry 29%
2008 President John McCain 62% - Barack Obama 37%
2012 President Mitt Romney 61% - Barack Obama 38%
2016 President Donald Trump 48% - Hillary Clinton 47%


So, you're openly hoping for a white extinction in order to further your political ambitions.

Ok Hitler, racist much?


LOL king jclist racist calling someone racist.

The irony is rich. It's why he's such an internet tough guy. In real life he'd cry if you look at him...

Posted on: 6/21 21:21
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Re: Trump Our New President
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The Democrat in Georgia spent 5X more than the Republican, and they still lost. How humiliating.


Few things in life are more predictable than the chances of an incumbent member of the U.S. House of Representatives winning reelection.

Exactly. It is worth noting that the incumbent had a primary challenge from a person that ran on Trump's white nationalist platform and lost.


'White nationalist platform', lol. That kind of rhetoric is what loses elections for Democrats.

Oh please. That comment is beyond absurd. The man ran on a white nationalist platform. He blamed *brown* immigrants for the problems. When a white guy opens fire and murders muslims, there is no comment. When a Muslim gets a hammer and basically hurts one person, it is a rallying speech with immediate need.

The entire slogan of "America First" was developed by white nationalists in America. So, no, I don't give two shits about your claim. If some white people don't like being called white nationalists they should cease acting like it.


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Regardless of where you sit in the political spectrum, you ought to be asking yourself why is the mainstream media so out of touch with the realities of the current political winds. All the way until yesterday, most outlets were predicting a loss for the Republicans that would show how support for Trump had eroded and which could be harbinger of more bad news and perhaps even the beginning of the end for his presidency. Despite a reported $23MM investment by the Democratic Party, their candidate still lost. If that kind of money can't secure an election victory, there should be some serious soul searching as to why that is, and how to fix that problem.

Now, today, much is being made about the fact that the margin of victory was slim (just a hair under 4%) and the meaning of that, but what is being ignored by most (but, surprisingly, it was highlighted by an NPR analyst) is the fact that Handel made a HUGE comeback after garnering under 20% of the general vote during the first round of voting that led to this runoff election.

Ultimately, why are CNN, NYT, and all these other news outlets, getting it so wrong in forecasting these elections? Why is the "Trump voter" so underestimated or improperly polled or missed? These are all questions that will gain more importance and urgency as the mid term elections approach.

Nobody predicted a loss for the GOP in a Georgia district that has gone Republican for 40 straight years. There were some polls showing a *possible* upset.

Lastly, the polls are thrown off because there are a lot of piece-of-shit racists out there that don't want to admit to being piece-of-shit racists. So, they lie with various polls.

There is no such thing as "mainstream media." Fox News, which is merely a propaganda arm, is "mainstream". One America Network, which is nationalistic, is "mainstream". The idea that a multitude of reports will act as a monolith is a gross misunderstanding about how news reporting actually works.

Posted on: 6/21 12:14
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Re: Trump Our New President
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The Democrat in Georgia spent 5X more than the Republican, and they still lost. How humiliating.


Few things in life are more predictable than the chances of an incumbent member of the U.S. House of Representatives winning reelection.

Exactly. It is worth noting that the incumbent had a primary challenge from a person that ran on Trump's white nationalist platform and lost.

Posted on: 6/21 7:44
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Re: How Jared Kushner and others gerrymander to sell visas to foreigners — at a steep discount
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Regardless of where anyone sits on the political spectrum, the Kushner family has been doing quite well in the real estate business well before our president was elected. His election had nothing to do with their success.

Again, google 666 5th avenue. You're definition of "success" is similar to what other people refer to as "failure".

Posted on: 6/21 7:42
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Re: Former dominatrix fights to keep job as sheriff's officer
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I don't think anyone who loves giving pain and have the legal right to carry a gun should be a sheriff or police officer. Look at the recent incident where a man is on fire and a police officer kicked him. I am tired of paying these lawsuits. It is time to screen the sheriff/police officer candidates.


Amazing... your ignorance knows no bounds. Do you even REALIZE that saying a dominatrix should not be able to be a police officer (because she role plays as a dominant - and maybe also sadistic - person) is like saying that an actor that plays a sadist in a movie should be banned from ever being a police officer? It's ROLE PLAYING. It's not necessarily their public persona. And, seriously, the government needs to stay out of people's bedrooms and their sexual preferences. What happens between two (or, more) consenting adults, in their own privacy, is none of the government's business. Nor yours, by the way.


Some people who become sheriffs/police officers want to serve the community, but others want to control it, perhaps punish it. I think we have all seen officers who have behaved as though they are judge, jury and executioner. They have that dominatrix personality. I do not want that person with a gun with the legal authority to stop someone.

What is the return policy on the private education you provided? Can parents, today, read this and realize that you are the reason their child turned out so ignorant?

Posted on: 6/19 21:19
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Re: How Jared Kushner and others gerrymander to sell visas to foreigners — at a steep discount
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Tony, tony, please link us to your concerns over the last 8 years over the EB5 abuses. Ya know, when your guy Barack Hussein Obama was in the White House, and his fanboy Chuckie Schumer was the Senate leader. Get back to me when you dig that up, thankee!


Gee can't seem to find anything showing Obama's son in law/top advisor (lol) directly profiting off of this abuse. Let me know when you dig that up big guy!


Jared was doing quite well in real estate before his father in law became our President, but nice try. I don't think Trump ran to become our President to help Jared get investment money from the EB5 program, given than so much of the Kushner family real estate portfolio has no EB5 investment connection. But any Trump/anti-Semitic smear is a good one, right?

Personally, I don't care about Kushner abusing the system. I'll point out the hypocrisy of people complaining about "welfare queens" or some other phony bullshit while conveniently ignoring the wealthy abusing and avoiding taxes (aka taking tax dollars away from you) at a far faster and higher clip than those that are poor.

Regardless, I've actually done business with Kushner. I'd like to know your definition of "doing well". The Kushners are a joke, for the most part. They were are garden community real estate developer that built on cheap land for the bridge and tunnel crowd. When he decided to play with the big boys in Manhattan, he was abused like the dopey child he is. If you don't know what I'm talking about do some reasearch on 666 5th Ave.

Contrary to popular belief, wealth does not equal education. Trump has proven this. If you want to argue this, I'll point out his belief of exercise to show just how truly stupid the man is.

Posted on: 6/19 21:16
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Re: Former dominatrix fights to keep job as sheriff's officer
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Beyond stupid. She had a previous job that is legal. Now they don't want her to have this job due to our absurd Puritanical senses.

Dumb.

Posted on: 6/19 11:31
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Back to reality...

Trump is, literally, the worst president to ever sit in the Oval Office. We know this because he is the butt of jokes:
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/20 ... rous-speech-to-press-ball

Australia, who has been a great ally to us, didn't mock Bush. They stood with him and joined the foolish Iraq War. Now, the president is a joke. This is a fact, not an opinion.

When foreign world leaders treat your president as a punchline it means they don't respect him. If Australia, America's friend, is doing it, you can damn well bet that every single other country on the planet is doing it to.

Posted on: 6/15 11:00
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Re: Trump Our New President
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It is not cherry picking, you had Madonna saying she wanted to blow up the white house in her "pussy hat." Liberals think they are above the law and unfortunately their fans think they are gods.


You're right. It must have been a liberal that put up this sign...
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Here are some "liberals" acting like they are "above the law" at a Wisconsin football game:
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Here's a Houston tow truck driver showing his "liberal" credentials:
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Here's Florida Pastor hanging Obama, burning a Koran and just generally showing himself to be the type of person that our resident bigot, Yvonne, loves:
http://www.theblaze.com/news/2012/06/ ... gy-in-churchs-front-yard/

Here are some of the lovely comments below the article about Obama hanging:
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Do I need to post the quote from Eric Trump from several days ago where he said "Democrats aren't people"?

But, yeah, it's "Liberals" that act like they are "above the law". I know you're old and have a crappy memory which is certainly not helped by your bigotry. However, do yourself a favor and Google "Obama hanging from noose". You'll get yourself plenty of images far more graphic than some stupid Snoop Dog video or Kathy Griffin gif.

Posted on: 6/15 10:57
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Nice deflection, Pebs! What we see, though, is the new normal where the left actually incites violence, rioting, and resistance-and then gets annoyed when called on it. Kathy Griffin and Rosie O'Donnell going after a 10 year old-and proud of it-are another sign of the abject depravity shown by the true believers. Sadly, many have a national stage unlike the true ultra right kooks who lurk in shadows, where they belong. You don't see any skinheads on any of the awards shows, or SNL.

It's ok. Your president committed acts of violence against women, which you seem to be ok with.

I am pointing at facts. You want to play politics. The Republicans advocated using guns against the government last year. Suddenly when it happens the "The Left" is to blame?!

What about the white supremacist in Canada? Was he a Lefty too? Are the ICE agents assaulting trans women in detention centers also Lefties? How about the increase of violence on immigrants and minorities? I'm guessing that's also caused by Lefties.

Posted on: 6/14 17:06
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As a white male, I denounce the violence that white males have been committing. These white men are not representative of all white men. I sincerely hope that the vast populations of non-whites do not resort to extreme tactics and push for new incarceration laws and police crackdowns on the law abiding white males...

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Pebble, the Bloomberg story does nothing to imply that Trump/his campaign was even connected to that by a billion miles. Not sure how this involves our President, except to show that he was right to fire Comey for not doing anything about this leading up to the election. Obama had Comey on this, and this failed to prevent these attempts. When the DNC was hacked (maybe, maybe not by the Rooskies), the DNC refused to allow the FBI access to check their server. Why didn't Obama give Hillary and the DNC a call to facilitate that if Rooskie interference was a worry? Sounds like the former administration has a lot of 'splaining to do about investigating the election process.

Trump wasn't involved in the hacking. He benefited from it. That's a fact. Trump's advisors certainly colluded. That is known by the firing of Flynn and the talk about Kushner wanting back channels.

Regardless, it would be nice if people can admit where they received help and why.

In other news, Carrier fired half the people the Trump supposedly saved by handing them government money. Huge bigly success!


No evidence whatsoever of collusion, not a shred, not a scintilla, not an iota. 'Tell Putin I'll have more flexibility after the next election'. That was Obama, on his 'reset'.

Other than all the evidence out there. Flynn still has his job right? Sessions never met with any Russians before the election, right?

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Gun control has nothing to do with Kathy Griffith carrying around a severed POTUS head, or Caesar dressed as our POTUS being stabbed to death in Shakespeare in the Park.

So you think a b-rated comedian and a play caused some nut to pull out a gun?

Where was your outrage when Trump, on the campaign trail, said there should be a "Second Amendment solution for Hillary"?

Maybe you should have showed some outrage at Rand Paul, a GOP presidential candidate, when he wrote the following:
".@Judgenap: Why do we have a Second Amendment? It's not to shoot deer. It's to shoot at the government when it becomes tyrannical!"

But, yeah, it's "the Left"...

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Pebble, the Bloomberg story does nothing to imply that Trump/his campaign was even connected to that by a billion miles. Not sure how this involves our President, except to show that he was right to fire Comey for not doing anything about this leading up to the election. Obama had Comey on this, and this failed to prevent these attempts. When the DNC was hacked (maybe, maybe not by the Rooskies), the DNC refused to allow the FBI access to check their server. Why didn't Obama give Hillary and the DNC a call to facilitate that if Rooskie interference was a worry? Sounds like the former administration has a lot of 'splaining to do about investigating the election process.

Trump wasn't involved in the hacking. He benefited from it. That's a fact. Trump's advisors certainly colluded. That is known by the firing of Flynn and the talk about Kushner wanting back channels.

Regardless, it would be nice if people can admit where they received help and why.

In other news, Carrier fired half the people the Trump supposedly saved by handing them government money. Huge bigly success!

Posted on: 6/14 7:37
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The "liberal" Blomberg news agency is reporting that the Russian hacking is far more widespread than ever reported. But don't worry, I'm sure all you cowardly Trump fans will continue saying it was a non-issue.

https://www.bloomberg.com/politics/art ... tens-future-u-s-elections

Posted on: 6/13 10:00
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Do you suppose Comey has the meeting notes where Loretta Lynch told him not to use the phrase HRC Email Investigation.... but refer to it as a "email server matter"?

And what a coincidence that HRC and her leftist media rump swabs were using the same euphemism to describe what for anyone else would be called an investigation.

Remember how they finally got her to sit down and talk with her about her email server matter. I believe Comey personally handled that too because that is a personal service delivered by all FBI Director's to corrupt democrat presidential candidates. The democrat elites love their "white glove" FBI service.



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The minute Trump started trying to influence Comey he became a suspect in the eyes of the FBI. Comey was right to keep notes and Trump firing him was a way to defacto destroy evidence. Trump is his own worst enemy.


When would you like the investigation into Pence's personal email account started...?

Posted on: 6/12 13:14
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Any Russian hacking is a huge blot on the Obama administration.

He was in charge of safeguarding our country when that stuff went down.

Its pretty telling other countries obviously saw the Obama administration as weak if they'd be so bold as to blatantly engage in meddling with our election process.

Russia wasn't the only country either. The Ukraine interfered with our election to benefit Hillary.

http://www.politico.com/story/2017/01 ... age-trump-backfire-233446

Thank God weak Obama is out of office, and foreign government are back to being scared of interfering with our elections.

A. There is no such country called "The Ukraine".
B. Hacking of private enterprises is not a governmental matter. Interesting how you think the federal government should be responsibility for private businesses internet defense.

i'm glad to see you keeping up with your moronic racist meanderings...

Meanwhile, President Needy goes around his cabinet members asking for fealty. https://twitter.com/BraddJaffy/status/874309225647886336

He's beyond pathetic as a man.

Posted on: 6/12 13:13
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Trump won't be impeached unless he becomes too big of a liability for the GOP. Right now, he's just a nuisance and a clown.

At this point, I find it hard that anyone would defend the guy. He's clearly unintelligent. He speaks at a third grade level. He didn't know we had a military base in Qatar. He gave away intelligence secrets to the Russians in order to make himself look important. He holds meetings at Mar-A-Lago with foreign heads of state sitting next to wealthy nobodies that do not have clearance and discusses bombings.

The guy has conflicts of interest out the ass.

At this point, with a positive rating in the 30% range, he's literally the worst president we've ever had and the guy has only been there for half of a year.

Posted on: 6/9 12:49
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Re: What do the Kushners own in Jersey City?
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Lots of subliminal anti-Semitism going 'round.


Considering my own personal heritage, that's beyond comical...

Posted on: 6/9 12:36
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Re: What do the Kushners own in Jersey City?
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Having worked with variousness parts of Kushner's business... the guy and his business is clownishly remedial. They are jokes in the real estate world.


Joking all the way to the Whitehouse. Great one!

The Kushners didn't win any election. They road the coattails of another clown. Considering I work with the largest real estate owners in North America, I do know who is and is not important. The Kushners are not. They are considered toxic due to the amount of debt they are carrying.

Good on him for owning in JC and taking advantage of some rules. I don't care. He's also not the first slumlord.

Posted on: 6/5 17:16
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Re: Astor Place/Monticello Ave
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The area is fine. There are some beautiful houses. The residents all seem to be pretty good people. There's not much in the way of restaurants and bars but things are changing. Lots of permits have been pulled for stores in the area. I expect it to be pretty busy in the next few years...

Posted on: 6/5 8:21
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Re: What do the Kushners own in Jersey City?
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Having worked with variousness parts of Kushner's business... the guy and his business is clownishly remedial. They are jokes in the real estate world.

Posted on: 6/5 8:16
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Re: Mayor Fulop orders gender-neutral restrooms in city buildings
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Monroe wrote:
5 shot in JC in the last 36 hours, but boys can pee in the ladies room! Good weekend for Fulop!

Fulop clearly planned out the announcement knowing that some people would decide to go out shooting....

Posted on: 3/27 7:29
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Re: Buying to live in Bergen-Lafayette a good idea?
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bodhipooh wrote:
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Hey look! Here's another thread about an area with people commenting on it without knowing a damn thing.

Considering that houses in BeLa have Sotheby's signs out front, I'd say gentrification has already come...


Sotheby's the auction house sold off their name years ago re:real estate . . . the nice blue signs have nothing to do with the auction house these days.

No houses for auction...


huh?

Monroe was just saying that Sotheby's (normally referred to as as an "auction house") is in no way associated with the real estate operation that uses the same name. But, many people make the association and assume that it is one and the same, which leads to other assumptions.

And Monroe is making the assumption that these houses for sale are not associated with the real estate operation. It's a false assumption.

Posted on: 3/22 13:15
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