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Re: Trump Our New President
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bottom line, people have a right to protest. accept that and the fact that more people showed up to protest than attended his half-empty innauguration


And more people stood in line for hours at arenas all over the country to support Trump.... while Hillary's campaign was crashing and burning.

At the end she could not fill a black church when she was on the campaign stump with hot sauce in her purse, pandering to the African American communities.

Which crowd was more important to Trump... the crowd at his inauguration or the hundreds of thousands at the arenas.

Democrats need to face the facts, Trumps victory is on you people for putting up the worst presidential candidate ever.
doesn't change the fact that people will continue to protest against scumbag.

i heard that the camerapeople were ordered not to film the crowd during trump's speech at the cia. he's pathetic and that doesn't change the fact that america elected a scumbag as president

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Re: Trump Our New President
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bottom line, people have a right to protest. accept that and the fact that more people showed up to protest than attended his half-empty innauguration

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Re: Trump Our New President
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i'm waiting for donald's press conference where mariah carey comes out lip synching "he's my hero"

Posted on: Yesterday 21:48
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Re: Trump Our New President
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To add on here because I cannot edit my post, I do not care about this silly mistake. It has been corrected. My response to you was only to point out that no matter the issue, you seem to be willing to tow the party line. You're being deliberately obtuse instead of saying, "Yeah, stupid mistake."

Much more significant, stances have been made on the updated whitehouse.gov pages. I tried to re-direct to one. The reason that news outlets picked up on this is because it is an easy target. They can say, "Oh look at this! They're trying to sell jewelry! Can you believe it!" No one is going to whitehouse.gov to get shopping tips, but that does not mean the First Lady should be able to have a bio that includes my jewelry line is called ____, and you can find it on here.

This is "reporters" trying to get knee jerk reactions from the anti-Trump camp on an easy story while they (hopefully) push for further detail on that abomination of an energy "plan."
monroe and pals are nothing but sycophants who should be scumbag's administration.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Dept. Of Interior Banned From Tweeting After Sharing Photos Of Trump's Tiny Inauguration Turnout

http://dcist.com/2017/01/dept_of_interior_trump_twitter.php

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Trump's @POTUS Twitter account used Obama crowd image....what a sad, pathetic man!

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-38698837

Posted on: 1/20 16:44
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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
people said the same thing about the gop in 2008...and they said the same thing about the democrats in 2000.

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Re: Roberto Clemente Field Just Sold?
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It would be very expensive but appropriate in this case. Underground parking as a condition of approval.


Who in their right mind would park underground in DTJC? It's not safe from flood on half the streets!!
strange...but isn't the parking for goldman sachs under ground? isn't the parking for the new apartment on jersey ave between newark and columbus under ground...and not all of dtjc is a flood zone


Back seat engineer syndrome LOL!
srange that you are not aware that sometimes the backseat driver can see things the driver can not see. it might costs a bit more, but you get 2-3 uses for such a structure: a park, parking and water run-off tank.....

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Re: Roberto Clemente Field Just Sold?
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It would be very expensive but appropriate in this case. Underground parking as a condition of approval.


Who in their right mind would park underground in DTJC? It's not safe from flood on half the streets!!
strange...but isn't the parking for goldman sachs under ground? isn't the parking for the new apartment on jersey ave between newark and columbus under ground...and not all of dtjc is a flood zone

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Re: Roberto Clemente Field Just Sold?
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Wow... 40 Story Building??? That baseball field will disappear. I am curious where the families that use that field will park.

It get pretty busy over there on weekends. Can't imagine what it will be like if that proposal goes through.


Where do they park now?
i suggest they put parking underground with a park on top of the parking lot.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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wow, donald does it all. he even writes his own speeches!

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/t ... _587fcbede4b02c1837e94d60

Posted on: 1/18 22:50
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Re: DO Minibuses stop at or near the GWB Bus terminal to go to Jersey from NYC?
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i am almost certain that the jitney buses do not go up to englewood cliffs. they stop, turn around in fort lee

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Re: DO Minibuses stop at or near the GWB Bus terminal to go to Jersey from NYC?
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i think you have to take the jitney bus across the bride and then transfer to a nj transit bus..you can do trip planning at nj transit website.

Posted on: 1/18 19:02
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Re: NJT Bus with 2 Dozen Passengers Struck by Bullets - MLK Near Bidwell
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Judges who 'think outside the box' are lousy judges.
really? i define the box as conventional wisdom. you?

Posted on: 1/18 18:54
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Re: Trump Our New President
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From the Huff article

Wilbur Ross told the Senate Commerce Committee that when he hired the worker in 2009, the person provided what looked like a valid driver’s license and Social Security card. After Ross was nominated by Trump, he asked all his household staff to provide such documentation again.


Sounds ok to me, what's amusing is seeing Huff call him 'undocumented'. He had documents, they just were fake!
as if the undocumented worker couldn't provide "fake" documents again....get real? i wonder if the undocumented worker is getting a 13th month bonus (maybe even 13th year) to leave quietly....where is cnn on this?

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Re: Roberto Clemente Field Just Sold?
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ok, i take back my comments about fulop if the baseball park is not being sold...after all, our aspiring clementes need a place to play baseball...i looked at the plans, renderings and the scale of those buildings will re-characterize the nab...put the parking below ground

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Re: Roberto Clemente Field Just Sold?
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I heard that Roberto Clemente field was just sold and a new tower will be erected there. Is that really true? If so, that's a real loss for the neighborhood kids.
no surprise that it would be sold...just shows how greedy fulop and jc government are....is that space even zoned for towers? i can't wait to see fulop and his pals voted out of office if this is true!

Posted on: 1/18 18:38
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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?


For the record. It's pronounced O-blame-a and he never tires of it. Oddly his campaign promise was to not look back just forward
get back on topic! wilbur ross and his hiring of undocumented workers.


What about Nannygate when Bill Clinton was president? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nannygate
like for like, sweetie!

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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?


For the record. It's pronounced O-blame-a and he never tires of it. Oddly his campaign promise was to not look back just forward
get back on topic! wilbur ross and his hiring of undocumented workers.

Posted on: 1/18 18:17
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Re: Trump Our New President
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so much for principaled stands among trump nominees.

wilbur ross fires undocumented worker the day before confirmation hearing! i'm just waiting for monroe's silly riposte

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/w ... 64c8b559?zx9row9bdxg06bt9


I will beat Munroe to the punch... "principle" not "principal". Thanks for HuffPo link. Unbiased stories like that digital rag are always great for fake news sources.
monroe=the big guy? anyway, my you got the point an what is your response? let's not deflect? shouldn't wilbur ross withdraw his bid to be commerce sec?

Posted on: 1/18 18:00
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Re: NJT Bus with 2 Dozen Passengers Struck by Bullets - MLK Near Bidwell
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Scheindlin was a joke of an activist judge, and comrade de Blasio didn't pursue an appeal (which many said would've prevailed) because he's also an activist mayor. And she has a history of having her decisions overturned by higher courts.


Back to page one of the playbook, Mary Pat? You don't like the answer then come up with unsubtantiated attacks and namecalling. Suprised you didn't say something was "rigged".

Sad!


That judge is a nut... nothing unsubstantiated here.

http://nypost.com/2016/05/03/shira-sc ... graceful-judicial-career/
why is she a nut? because she thinks outside the box? refuses to follow standard operating procedure?

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Re: Trump Our New President
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so much for principaled stands among trump nominees.

wilbur ross fires undocumented worker the day before confirmation hearing! i'm just waiting for monroe's silly riposte

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/w ... 64c8b559?zx9row9bdxg06bt9

Posted on: 1/18 17:46
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Re: Trump Our New President
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'Fiscal deficits will send interest rates up'?

Obama doubled our national term under his watch, and he kept interest rates incredibly low.
and trump's plans won't result in a near doubling of the deficit? also, before obama, war spending in afghanisytan and iraq was off budget

Posted on: 1/18 16:27
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Re: Vogue Cafe - new French cafe on York & Marin
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i agree it ain't cheap, but sometimes you just gotta spend the extra for quality, taste.

Posted on: 1/18 16:09
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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.
no, scumbag will just blame obama for his troubles...i'm roflmfao already..now donald the dunce says he wants a weaker dollar yet talk of tariffs, fiscal deficits will cause hike in interest rates and send the dollar rising

Posted on: 1/18 16:06
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Re: NJT Bus with 2 Dozen Passengers Struck by Bullets - MLK Near Bidwell
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I think the working poor of Greenville, taking the bus, would be behind stop and frisk. What say you?
i think it was demonstrated that stop and frisk was ineffective...not to mention that it infringes on people's rights....oh guess what, crime in nyc is falling even though stop and frisk has been curbed....what say you?

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Re: NJT Bus with 2 Dozen Passengers Struck by Bullets - MLK Near Bidwell
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By Caitlin Mota | The Jersey Journal
on January 18, 2017 at 12:09 PM, updated January 18, 2017 at 12:53 PM

JERSEY CITY -- An NJ Transit bus carrying more than two dozen passengers was struck by stray bullets on Martin Luther King Drive Tuesday evening, officials said.

The 87 bus was near Bidwell Avenue at about 7 p.m. when shots were fired in the neighborhood. Bullets shattered at least one window on the bus, NJ Transit spokesman Jim Smith said.

None of the 25 passengers were injured, but the driver was brought to Jersey City Medical Center with an injury from the shattered glass, Smith said.

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time to have a national guardsman on each corner along mlk. wth

Posted on: 1/18 13:03
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Re: LeFrak joins Trump administration
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What's not to like? Want to get something built, deal with people who build things. I'll bet there will be shovels in the ground this time, unlike the bogus Obama claims that got nothing built.
even some republicans i know admit that it can take 5-8 years for any increased infrastructure plans to come to fruition.....2-4 years before shovels hit the ground.

Posted on: 1/18 13:01
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Re: Trump Pics Mega Thread
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Why would you use gay relationships / lifestyle in an effort to attack Putin and Trump?

Apparently you find something odd and funny with gay relationships that you can project them on Trump and Putin to make a joke? Is homsexuality not equal in your eyes to hetrosexuality.

One can only conclude that you are a virulent homophobe with these tasteless postings. So much for your progressive diversity and inclusion beliefs. Got any photos of them in blackface? You really should be ashamed!

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c'mon, there is nothing necessarily gay about two men in s&m gear. plenty of men get into s&m

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Goldman Sachs Says The Cost For A Small Robot In China Has Dropped Below The Annual Cost Of A Human Chinese Assembly Line Worker
In a note to clients Wednesday, Goldman analyst Yuichiro Isayama detailed six innovations which are gaining traction through 2017.
Isayama list six promising areas:
Small robots – cheaper now and able to work alongside humans,
Electrification of automation – actuators drive change,
Smart factories take shape as IoT manufacturing platforms come to reality,
More complex Logistics requirements drive greater automation,
Machine vision maximizes quality, productivity, and flexibility, and
“Softwarization” of capital goods progresses.
Isayama further adds that price erosion has now cut the cost involved with introducing machinery "to the point where users can seriously consider replacing workers" on Chinese assembly lines.

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