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Well... 20 years ago she might have met Bill Clinton on the rare occasion he wasn't raping women.

But there was no chance of meeting Obama unless she was frequenting steamy gay bath houses in Chicago.

As a democrat, it's only sex so what is your point?
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Just my response to this POS link posted by User1111 > Melania Trump, Escort?


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Well... 20 years ago she might have met Bill Clinton on the rare occasion he wasn't raping women.

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As a democrat, it's only sex so what is your point?
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Just my response to this POS link posted by User1111 > Melania Trump, Escort?

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Reliably Republican Texas Shows Signs of Cracking Under Trump

We know Texas will be red this time, but I think Texas will turn purple sooner than we think.

How would Republican ever win White House after that?



A term or two of Hillary should do it.

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Reliably Republican Texas Shows Signs of Cracking Under Trump

We know Texas will be red this time, but I think Texas will turn purple sooner than we think.

How would Republican ever win White House after that?

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There is always an ass-hole behind every dumb-ass politician !!!

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Well... 20 years ago she might have met Bill Clinton on the rare occasion he wasn't raping women.

But there was no chance of meeting Obama unless she was frequenting steamy gay bath houses in Chicago.

As a democrat, it's only sex so what is your point?

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Why is every word he speaks scrutinized? Hillary can not walk and chew gum and the same time. She is a bumbling fool constantly putting her foot in her mouth yet it is barely reported. This should bother an open minded voter.


As a swinging voter, I can confirm that Hillary isn't the ideal president and most likely will get a default vote from me, however Trump is far worst and in my mind an absolute nutter. The candidates for this presidential race have been nothing short of useless, lacking any genuine or true presidential qualities to be the figure head of a nation.

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if hillary has been secretly robbing banks, she'd still be better than trump....get real, people.

i just loved seeing trump telling his african-american audience "vote for me. what the hell else do you have to lose"

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The latest New Latino Voice (NLV) online tracking poll from Florida International University and Hispanic mobile advertising company Adsmovil has Democrat Hillary Clinton leading Republican Donald Trump by more than 60 points with Latino voters.

This current poll, which ran from August 8–August 15, shows Clinton with 75% support, Trump with 13% and Other with 12%. Clinton’s lead has been holding steady at more than 50 points over a span of 19 consecutive weeks.

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Why is every word he speaks scrutinized? Hillary can not walk and chew gum and the same time. She is a bumbling fool constantly putting her foot in her mouth yet it is barely reported. This should bother an open minded voter.


As a swinging voter, I can confirm that Hillary isn't the ideal president and most likely will get a default vote from me, however Trump is far worst and in my mind an absolute nutter. The candidates for this presidential race have been nothing short of useless, lacking any genuine or true presidential qualities to be the figure head of a nation.

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Why is every word he speaks scrutinized? Hillary can not walk and chew gum and the same time. She is a bumbling fool constantly putting her foot in her mouth yet it is barely reported. This should bother an open minded voter.

agreed. i don't know how the lady even got a job as a senator or secretary of state. lol

i heard donald saying he'd get 95% of black vote after 4 years- even mike pence started laughing. trump is a joke.

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Why is every word he speaks scrutinized? Hillary can not walk and chew gum and the same time. She is a bumbling fool constantly putting her foot in her mouth yet it is barely reported. This should bother an open minded voter.


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The president of Mexico said last week he would talk to Trump... maybe building the wall is what they will talk about???


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The president of Mexico said last week he would talk to Trump... maybe building the wall is what they will talk about???


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Wth. Donald is reneging on his pledge to deport people....and what about that wall

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He is Latino, not Hispanic big difference.


I am sure that point makes a difference to the victims. The silence on this story is interesting and I am sure there are many liberals once again disappointed it was not a "white guy".

There was a 1010 WINS news report that a group of Muslim men had beaten a Latino man earlier in the week. The way the news is so selectively and creatively reported these days you have filter everything in the story and figure out what is not in the story to get close to the truth.

I hope you realize how stupid you look when you write in the same paragraph that you heard about a story on 1010 WINS radio (about as mainstream news as it gets) and then claim the story you heard on that radio station isn't being covered by mainstream news.


Wow genius… Please identify where I “claim” the mainstream media, the alternate media or any kind of media is not reporting the rumor of an incident where Muslim men beat a Latino earlier in the week.

Oh and…. Please be specific!

My comment was about the quality/integrity of news reporting. When I heard that unattributed report, my initial reaction was surprise, thinking that it would not be helpful defusing any violent reprisals in that neighborhood.

All that being said, very nice use of parentheses… and quotes. Now if you could only learn to control the innate prejudices that drive your mouth (writing) unchecked. Your grandiose delusions are boring.

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I am sure that point makes a difference to the victims. The silence on this story is interesting and I am sure there are many liberals once again disappointed it was not a "white guy".

There was a 1010 WINS news report that a group of Muslim men had beaten a Latino man earlier in the week. The way the news is so selectively and creatively reported these days you have filter everything in the story and figure out what is not in the story to get close to the truth.

I hope you realize how stupid you look when you write in the same paragraph that you heard about a story on 1010 WINS radio (about as mainstream news as it gets) and then claim the story you heard on that radio station isn't being covered by mainstream news.

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Trump gets desperate, pathetic and petty.

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He is Latino, not Hispanic big difference.

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They guy who killed the imam was Hispanic. Maybe he was here illegally.

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"All of black America is looking askance at Donald J. Trump. He has no credibility with black people, other than the handful of black staffers and surrogates who routinely embarrass themselves in their blind obsequiousness," Charles M. Blow writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.


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On February 22, 2012, in commenting on presidential candidate Mitt Romney, Blow apparently intended to insult Romney by using an anti-Mormon religious slur, "Let me just tell you this Mitt "Muddle Mouth": I'm a single parent and my kids are *amazing*!
Stick that in your magic underwear." Blow's use of the term "magic underwear" is an apparent reference to the Temple Garment, and Blow's specific usage of the term "magic underwear" is a known term of derision used against members of the Mormon faith.
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Very tragic and regrettable incidents of violence against Middle Eastern people. Particularly what happened to the Jabara family where the legal system obviously failed letting this nutcase bully loose on his entire neighborhood.

Cold blooded murder is a terrible shame on humanity.

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"All of black America is looking askance at Donald J. Trump. He has no credibility with black people, other than the handful of black staffers and surrogates who routinely embarrass themselves in their blind obsequiousness," Charles M. Blow writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.

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The Story of Khalid Jabara’s Murder Is Devastating and Infuriating


It’s very hard to know where to begin with the murder of Khalid Jabara, whose story is one of the most devastating and infuriating accounts of systemic failures in the legal system you are likely to read about. That’s the takeaway from a harrowing telling of Jabara’s death published in the Washington Post on Tuesday.

Jabara’s family had allegedly been stalked for years by Vernon Majors, who had described them at one point to police as “filthy Lebanese.” According to a police report described by the Post, Majors confessed last year to nearly killing Jabara’s mother in a horrifying hit-and-run. After initially being denied bail for assault and battery with a deadly weapon among other crimes and spending eight months in jail, District Judge William LaFortune reversed that decision and allowed Majors to be released on bond in May. On Friday, Jabara called police to inform them that he had heard Majors had acquired a gun—as part of a restraining order Jabara's mother had taken out on Majors, which he had been charged with violating, the 61-year-old was not allowed to possess firearms. The police told Jabara that there was nothing they could do and left his home. Eight minutes later, according to the account Tulsa Police Homicide Sgt. Dave Walker gave the Post, neighbors reported hearing gunshots. Majors had allegedly shot and killed Jabara on his front porch while the 37-year-old was on his cellphone with his family and getting the mail. “When one neighbor screamed at Majors to leave, he pointed his gun at the neighbor before fleeing in his bare feet, leaving footprints in blood and then mud between the two houses,” according to the Post’s telling of the police account. Majors was found hiding behind a tree, arrested with a six pack of beer nearby, taken to the hospital for illness, and police say he will be charged with first-degree murder as soon as he can leave the hospital.

“The Constitution allows for people to bond out,” Walker told the Post of the failures that led to Jabara’s death. “That said, certainly, knowing what we know today, decisions would be made differently.”

Victoria Jabara Williams, Jabara’s sister, described on Facebook the period leading up to her brother’s murder:

This suspect had a history of bigotry against our family. He repeatedly attacked our ethnicity and perceived religion, making racist comments. He often called us “dirty Arabs,” “filthy Lebanese,” “Aye-rabs,” and “Mooslems”—a fact highlighted by the Tulsa Police Department who also heard these comments from the suspect. The suspect’s bigotry was not isolated to us alone. He made xenophobic comments about many in our community -- “filthy Mexican” and the “n” word were all part of his hateful approach to anyone from a different background.

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This [case] is troubling at any time, but profoundly disturbing given the current climate of our country and the increase nationally in cases of hate crimes.

Our brother Khalid was just 37 years old and had his whole life ahead of him. He was a kind spirit, loving brother, uncle and son. Khalid’s heart was big. He cared for our entire family, our friends and people he didn’t even know. He created every Jabara family joke and filled our lives with love and laughter. All of that has been taken away from us by this hateful man and a system that failed to protect our community.

Another of Khalid’s siblings, Rami Jabara, posted this on Facebook about his brother:

While one cannot explain irrationality and evil, one thing I can explain is that indifference and inaction were major factors leading to Khalid’s death. As an attorney, I have seen the system fail defendants, but it also seems to fail the victims just as much or perhaps more. I feel like my family lost, my community lost. My brother lost. We all lost. I feel like we did everything we possibly could do advocate for and protect ourselves. In the past few days while grieving my brother, I can't help but think about those victims who might not have the knowledge of the legal system to advocate for themselves, or who don't know the doors to knock on. What about them? For those of you who didn't know my only brother, he was hilarious, quirky, very intelligent, and really would give all of himself for anyone he loved. I miss him. And I know that I'll miss him more with every day that passes. I love you Khalid

If all of that weren’t wrenching enough, the details of Majors’ history with the family make the case even more tragic.

On Aug. 6, 2013, Jabara’s mother, Haifa, filed a restraining order against Majors saying he “harassed” and “stalked” her by “knocking at windows late at nite, harassing me with ugly sex words over the phone, taking pictures and harassing my helper in garage.” In March of 2015, Majors was arrested for violating the restraining order, having accosted her and told her “F––– you and I want to kill you,” according to a police report cited by the Post, and his trial on those charges was set for October.

On Sept. 12, 2015, Haifa was discovered on the side of the road with a “severely broken left arm, a broken nose, and road rash all over her body,” according to a police report cited by the Post.


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When police located Majors inside an apartment complex near the scene of the hit-and-run, “he was extremely drunk and urinating, without the use of his hands, through his open pants,” according to an incident report.

“Is she ok? Haifa?” Majors said, according to the police report. “I was out driving my car, drunk. I’m always drunk and you guys never stop me. And there was this rabbit, and Haifa jumped out in front of my car.”

“Majors went on to repeat this with variations including that he ‘hit her’ and ‘I left because I was scared,'” the officer wrote in the report. Police found his car with its windshield shattered and “what appeared to be blood or tissue stuck on it.”

Majors, who court records showed was married to a man in 2014, told police that the family “were filthy Lebanese and they throw gay people off roof tops,” a police report stated. Majors was charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon, leaving the scene of a collision involving injury, violating a protective order, and public intoxication.

Then eight months after his arrest, according to the Tulsa World, LaFortune ignored a plea from prosecutors who argued that Majors should not be offered bond—or to have bond set higher than it was—because he “demonstrated a wanton disregard for the life of the victim and the safety of the public.” Bail was set at just over $70,000, Majors posted bond, and was released.

Family friend Rebecca Abou-Chedid told the Post that she felt the current political climate was partially responsible for the deaths. “After 9/11 you did not see the rhetoric that you see now. It’s gotten so much worse,” she said. “If crazy people keep hearing that Mexicans are rapists and Arabs are terrorists, well then who are crazy people going to take their craziness out on?” While Majors reportedly verbally harassed the family by calling them “Mooslems,” Abou-Chedid told the Post that the Jabara family was Christian.

Jeremy Stahl is a Slate senior editor. You can follow him on Twitter.

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