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Isn't it quite apparent at this point, the Russians have identified the US Democrat Party, The Clinton Foundation and Soros Open Society Foundation as a clear and present danger to Russian Sovereignty.

It is going to be fun watching these emails get dropped leading to November... I predict that if Clinton wins on 11/4 you will see a data drop that will cause a constitutional crisis unseen in American history. Talk about Voter Regret.

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa ... r-democrats-idUSKCN10T01G


Soros's son dined with Kaine the other night. Then he threatened to destroy America.

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What's your interpretation on his post?

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Isn't it quite apparent at this point, the Russians have identified the US Democrat Party, The Clinton Foundation and Soros Open Society Foundation as a clear and present danger to Russian Sovereignty.

It is going to be fun watching these emails get dropped leading to November... I predict that if Clinton wins on 11/4 you will see a data drop that will cause a constitutional crisis unseen in American history. Talk about Voter Regret.

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa ... r-democrats-idUSKCN10T01G

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So Hillary is taking money from a documented Nazi Sympathizer???

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/01 ... inton-george-soros-218494

From the piece you wrote:
"George Soros in December donated $6 million to the leading super PAC supporting Hillary Clinton?s presidential campaign..."

That isn't donating money to Hillary Clinton. It isn't Hillary Clinton taking money either.


Soros Nazi sympathizer? More Breibart bullshit...
http://mediamatters.org/research/2010 ... s-soros-nazi-smear/170877
Soros is a Jew by the way.


Thanks for referencing Media Matters. They receive millions from the Soros Foundations. The Toronto Sun lost their nerve... I have never heard of a law suit against any other people quoted in that Media Matters Cover-up.

The Soros commissioned biography was written to boost his ego and smooth out what he said cold heartedly on 60 Minutes. I find it hard to believe that the Nazi's would send a low level Nazi bureaucrat out to a rich Jewish family's estate and while cataloging and looting it for three days, GS rode horses in the back yard.

And I do not believe that was the only instance of him being present (if not participating) when Jews were boarding trains for concentration camps. Not sure what your point is about him being Jewish.

There are many documented incidents were Jews naively or criminally cooperated with Nazis? It generally did not help them in the end.


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So Hillary is taking money from a documented Nazi Sympathizer???

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/01 ... inton-george-soros-218494

From the piece you wrote:
"George Soros in December donated $6 million to the leading super PAC supporting Hillary Clinton?s presidential campaign..."

That isn't donating money to Hillary Clinton. It isn't Hillary Clinton taking money either.


Hope you didn't sprain you back twisting this lie... if it was a Republican, you would be frothing at the mouth screaming about Citizens United and SCOTUS.

The article was 6 months old and I think the numbers are now up to 15 million for your girl. Who do you think this money is benefitting? John Podesta setup one of her biggest PACs.

http://prioritiesusaaction.org/

BTW, nice use of quotes here... With the Trump changes, at least I won't have to suffer anymore watching you misspell Paul "Manafort" in your daily screeds.

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So Hillary is taking money from a documented Nazi Sympathizer???

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/01 ... inton-george-soros-218494

From the piece you wrote:
"George Soros in December donated $6 million to the leading super PAC supporting Hillary Clinton?s presidential campaign..."

That isn't donating money to Hillary Clinton. It isn't Hillary Clinton taking money either.


Soros Nazi sympathizer? More Breibart bullshit...
http://mediamatters.org/research/2010 ... s-soros-nazi-smear/170877
Soros is a Jew by the way.

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So Hillary is taking money from a documented Nazi Sympathizer???

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/01 ... inton-george-soros-218494

From the piece you wrote:
"George Soros in December donated $6 million to the leading super PAC supporting Hillary Clinton?s presidential campaign..."

That isn't donating money to Hillary Clinton. It isn't Hillary Clinton taking money either.

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So Hillary is taking money from a documented Nazi Sympathizer???

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/01 ... inton-george-soros-218494

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So why is it whenever there is a 3rd world country like Haiti to exploit, the Clinton Foundation and their key donors are lurking in the background?

http://www.ekoatlantic.com/

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A little hard to find Obama... and Hillary's line in the sand.
Egypt, Libya... Syria? How are they different from Bush?

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Today for the first time Trump leads Clinton in 538's "Polls-only forecast" :

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http://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2016-election-forecast/

Trump supporters - savor the moment.



Voters From Both Parties Expect Donald Trump To Lose In November

And when it comes to this question, voters are usually right.

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A map released by NBC News on Monday projected that Hillary Clinton would have enough electoral votes to secure the presidency if the election were held today.

NBC News said the Democratic nominee would earn 288 electoral votes, while Republican nominee Donald Trump would secure just 174. The news organization considered 76 of the electoral votes to be tossups.

A candidate needs 270 electoral votes to secure the presidency.

Hillary Clinton with enough electoral votes to win the presidency

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TheBigGuy wrote: Why do I have to keep repeating the most important questions you conveniently ignore... Please explain to the readers why your candidate HRC who according to Obama is the most qualified presidential candidate EVER, or some such nonsense, is not dominating Trump? Hmmm, can't play the race card here... sexism, of course. Guys, can we add Sexism and variations to our Drink Game words Racism, Hitler/Nazi and Fascists. DRINK!!!
Please explain how she is NOT "dominating" him. She's up nearly double digits. She has a majority of white male college educated individuals. She is winning women. She is winning black people. She is winning Hispanics. Heck, the only people she is losing is the "uneducated white males," also known as those without college degrees stupid enough to still follow him. I just want to add... I know you aren't smart, but calling Hillary "my candidate" continues to be a stupid comment. I prefer her to Trump due to all obvious reasons but she isn't my favorite person to run nor would have been my choice to run. Quote:
neverleft wrote: ?Russia, if you?re listening, I hope you?re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing,? Trump said. ?I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press.? ** **** Another example of how far left the media is. They had a field day with the above Trump comment as did the DNC. Funny though in most reports they left out the 30,000 emails part. (gee why did Clinton delete them?) They twisted it into Trump saying how he asked the Russians to hack our systems. That he committed treason. Amazing. Also funny about the reporting of the poll numbers. Right after the GOP convention Trump got a big bounce. In some polls as high as 6 points. Yet you didn?t read too many reports about it. Watch how much press there is about Clinton?s after election bounce. (if she gets one that is..lol)
Nothing you wrote here is corresponding to reality. There were numerous articles in every newspaper about Trump's bounce. Then when Hillary practically doubled it, there were articles about that. As for Trump's comment there... Why do you think it is ok for a presidential candidate to advocate for an enemy state to hack us? Quote:
TheBigGuy wrote: Typical democrat ploy announcing bad news.... Big public announcement that everything is cool and let the bad news drip out with Friday afternoon/holiday weekend updates.
Yeah only Democrats do that... Quote:
TheBigGuy wrote: Not that I want to bring up Benghazi.... but it appears Hillary's dereliction of duty to ensure her email was secure got a pro-western Iranian scientist/spy executed by Valerie Jarrett's best buds. Meanwhile the Pakistani Doctor who pinpointed the compound where Bin Laden was hiding still languishes in a jail. Must have been another short circuit Hillary?
That would be terrible...if it were even remotely true. I guess we know who the Trump supporters are. They are the gullible ones that read fiction on the Internet and believe it as fact! Up next we'll hear about Batboy having babies with aliens in order to populate the earth to create democrats.

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http://thefederalist.com/2016/08/11/e ... on-of-clinton-foundation/

This was the front page of Yahoo today.

I'd like to know why anyone who considers themself open minded would support a party that slants the field so much in their direction.

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http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/lo ... tings-20160810-story.html

We all know this is the fault of Bush and those Republicans...


This is the result of capitalism going mad - I've been to China for a holiday and Shanghai, Nanjing, Hangzhou makes NY look like a toilet. I believe the problem is that US corporations and manufacturers are only focused on the bottom line ($) and thus, cities like Chicago (murder capital of the US) simply don't have enough blue collar employment. Chicago was once the 'centre of the universe' for manufacturing which has also dissolved a huge chunk of the middle class demographics.


You are right... capitalism in itself is a logical model, what has been skewed are who/what benefits from the model. The are multiple factors that play into this equation, but ultimately it comes down to what kind of a result do you want using the model.

I still do not understand how it is affordable to ship raw materials into China (i.e.), manufacture widgets and then load by the ton on container ships which are sailed around the world to ports in Long Beach or Newark.

Obviously the cost of labor is close to zero... This globalist promise was to move manufacturing jobs into this poverty ridden countries and lift up the lifestyle of those people with better paying jobs and cleaner world. in most cases, that has not happened, but profits are soaring.

Bad deals like NAFTA / TPP do not help the American worker, but that is not their objective. Killing US based industries put Americans out of work and force them on the dole. This is the fault of democrats and republicans who have sold out the country and all the people. That why the America First message is so appealing.

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We all know this is the fault of Bush and those Republicans...


This is the result of capitalism going mad - I've been to China for a holiday and Shanghai, Nanjing, Hangzhou makes NY look like a toilet. I believe the problem is that US corporations and manufacturers are only focused on the bottom line ($) and thus, cities like Chicago (murder capital of the US) simply don't have enough blue collar employment. Chicago was once the 'centre of the universe' for manufacturing which has also dissolved a huge chunk of the middle class demographics.

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http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/lo ... tings-20160810-story.html

We all know this is the fault of Bush and those Republicans...

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Is it to late for the democrats to start thinking about replacing Hillary Clinton before Assange/Wikileaks drops more emails.

The quid pro quo relationship between foreign NGOs/countries, the Clinton Foundation and The Clinton State Department confirmed by newly discovered emails should be worrisome to Americans.

Can only imagine what will happen with her as president.
yawn. There has been and always will be quid pro quo. At least the Clinton foundation for good things for people in poor countries


The hypocrisy / double standards of liberals when it comes to Hillary is scary.... sadly here is just one example of the charitable work in Haiti.

http://www.counterpunch.org/2016/04/1 ... aiti-for-hillary-clinton/


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Is it to late for the democrats to start thinking about replacing Hillary Clinton before Assange/Wikileaks drops more emails.

The quid pro quo relationship between foreign NGOs/countries, the Clinton Foundation and The Clinton State Department confirmed by newly discovered emails should be worrisome to Americans.

Can only imagine what will happen with her as president.
yawn. There has been and always will be quid pro quo. At least the Clinton foundation for good things for people in poor countries

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Is it to late for the democrats to start thinking about replacing Hillary Clinton before Assange/Wikileaks drops more emails.

The quid pro quo relationship between foreign NGOs/countries, the Clinton Foundation and The Clinton State Department confirmed by newly discovered emails should be worrisome to Americans.

Can only imagine what will happen with her as president.


How about the DNC source who was murdered?

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Is it to late for the democrats to start thinking about replacing Hillary Clinton before Assange/Wikileaks drops more emails.

The quid pro quo relationship between foreign NGOs/countries, the Clinton Foundation and The Clinton State Department confirmed by newly discovered emails should be worrisome to Americans.

Can only imagine what will happen with her as president.

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I can't wait for Hillary to claim that her administration will be the most honest and transparent administration since Nixon....

http://nypost.com/2016/08/09/new-emai ... uma-scheming-for-hillary/

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As senator, Clinton promised 200,000 jobs in Upstate New York. Her efforts fell flat.

By Jerry Markon August 7 at 7:43 PM
In her presidential bid, Hillary Clinton has made job creation a centerpiece of her platform, casting herself as a pragmatist who would inspire ?the biggest investment in new, good-paying jobs since World War II.??

Her argument that she would put more Americans to work has focused on her time in the Senate, when she took on the mission of creating jobs in chronically depressed Upstate New York. As her husband, former president Bill Clinton, put it recently, she became the region?s ?de facto economic development officer.?

But nearly eight years after Clinton?s Senate exit, there is little evidence that her economic development programs had a substantial impact on upstate employment. Despite Clinton?s efforts, upstate job growth stagnated overall during her tenure, with manufacturing jobs plunging nearly 25 percent, according to jobs data.

The former first lady was unable to pass the big-ticket legislation she introduced to benefit the upstate economy. She turned to smaller-scale projects, but some of those fell flat after initial glowing headlines, a Washington Post review shows. Many promised jobs never materialized and others migrated to other states as she turned to her first presidential run, said former officials who worked with her in New York.

Clinton?s self-styled role as economic promoter also showcases an operating style that has come to define the political and money-making machine known to some critics of the former first couple as Clinton Inc. Some of her pet economic projects involved loyal campaign contributors, who also supported the Clinton Foundation, The Post review shows.

Clinton?s Senate record ? rarely examined in detail this campaign cycle ? offers a template for her approach to jobs creation. Her campaign has crafted a detailed jobs plan and cited her Upstate New York work as a blueprint for a Clinton presidency.... more



The Pro HRC WAPO rumpswabs must all be on vacation to let that get into print.... Her foreign policy was voting for the Iraq War and the republican strategy of not having a clue as to what to do after the allies won in three weeks.

Then she doubled down as Secretary of State, repeating that same serious mistake when she took out Kaddafi and turned Libya an ISIs training ground.

BTW I hope everyone is aware we are actively bombing Libya again and the sorties are expected to go on for weeks.

WAIT!!!!! Won't doing that type of thing only drive disenfranchised young Muslim men all over the world into the arms of ISIS?

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/n ... -815pm%3Ahomepage%2Fstory

As senator, Clinton promised 200,000 jobs in Upstate New York. Her efforts fell flat.

By Jerry Markon August 7 at 7:43 PM
In her presidential bid, Hillary Clinton has made job creation a centerpiece of her platform, casting herself as a pragmatist who would inspire ?the biggest investment in new, good-paying jobs since World War II.??

Her argument that she would put more Americans to work has focused on her time in the Senate, when she took on the mission of creating jobs in chronically depressed Upstate New York. As her husband, former president Bill Clinton, put it recently, she became the region?s ?de facto economic development officer.?

But nearly eight years after Clinton?s Senate exit, there is little evidence that her economic development programs had a substantial impact on upstate employment. Despite Clinton?s efforts, upstate job growth stagnated overall during her tenure, with manufacturing jobs plunging nearly 25 percent, according to jobs data.

The former first lady was unable to pass the big-ticket legislation she introduced to benefit the upstate economy. She turned to smaller-scale projects, but some of those fell flat after initial glowing headlines, a Washington Post review shows. Many promised jobs never materialized and others migrated to other states as she turned to her first presidential run, said former officials who worked with her in New York.

Clinton?s self-styled role as economic promoter also showcases an operating style that has come to define the political and money-making machine known to some critics of the former first couple as Clinton Inc. Some of her pet economic projects involved loyal campaign contributors, who also supported the Clinton Foundation, The Post review shows.

Clinton?s Senate record ? rarely examined in detail this campaign cycle ? offers a template for her approach to jobs creation. Her campaign has crafted a detailed jobs plan and cited her Upstate New York work as a blueprint for a Clinton presidency.... more

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Hillary has claimed she did not know another server was set up for her email. It was her staff that takes care of all that high tech stuff. She's just a grandma. She also claimed there was no sensitive or classified emails sent or received from that server. So it begs the question if she did not know she was using a separate server and thoght she was on the government's server why were no sensitive email and confidential emails sent on it. How was she able to do her job?

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Not that I want to bring up Benghazi.... but it appears Hillary's dereliction of duty to ensure her email was secure got a pro-western Iranian scientist/spy executed by Valerie Jarrett's best buds. Meanwhile the Pakistani Doctor who pinpointed the compound where Bin Laden was hiding still languishes in a jail. Must have been another short circuit Hillary?

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Nazi rally in MADISON SQUARE GARDENS: NEW YORK Interesting to note that Trump's ideology is so similar !

I wonder if any member of the Trump family is sitting in the crowd!

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Hillary didn't lie... she says she short circuited. What a sleazy person. And do you think it was an accident that she said this in front of an African American audience?

http://dailycaller.com/2016/08/05/hil ... h-my-email-answers-video/

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http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/ ... clinton-shrinks-for-trump

Electoral map expands for Clinton, shrinks for Trump

Expanding the map: Arizona, Georgia, Missouri and Utah = 43

Wow.

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By MICHAEL J. MORELLAUG. 5, 2016

During a 33-year career at the Central Intelligence Agency, I served presidents of both parties ? three Republicans and three Democrats. I was at President George W. Bush?s side when we were attacked on Sept. 11; as deputy director of the agency, I was with President Obama when we killed Osama bin Laden in 2011.

I am neither a registered Democrat nor a registered Republican. In my 40 years of voting, I have pulled the lever for candidates of both parties. As a government official, I have always been silent about my preference for president.

No longer. On Nov. 8, I will vote for Hillary Clinton. Between now and then, I will do everything I can to ensure that she is elected as our 45th president.

Two strongly held beliefs have brought me to this decision. First, Mrs. Clinton is highly qualified to be commander in chief. I trust she will deliver on the most important duty of a president ? keeping our nation safe. Second, Donald J. Trump is not only unqualified for the job, but he may well pose a threat to our national security.

I spent four years working with Mrs. Clinton when she was secretary of state, most often in the White House Situation Room. In these critically important meetings, I found her to be prepared, detail-oriented, thoughtful, inquisitive and willing to change her mind if presented with a compelling argument.

I also saw the secretary?s commitment to our nation?s security; her belief that America is an exceptional nation that must lead in the world for the country to remain secure and prosperous; her understanding that diplomacy can be effective only if the country is perceived as willing and able to use force if necessary; and, most important, her capacity to make the most difficult decision of all ? whether to put young American women and men in harm?s way.

Mrs. Clinton was an early advocate of the raid that brought Bin Laden to justice, in opposition to some of her most important colleagues on the National Security Council. During the early debates about how we should respond to the Syrian civil war, she was a strong proponent of a more aggressive approach, one that might have prevented the Islamic State from gaining a foothold in Syria.

I never saw her bring politics into the Situation Room. In fact, I saw the opposite. When some wanted to delay the Bin Laden raid by one day because the White House Correspondents Dinner might be disrupted, she said, ?Screw the White House Correspondents Dinner.?

In sharp contrast to Mrs. Clinton, Mr. Trump has no experience on national security. Even more important, the character traits he has exhibited during the primary season suggest he would be a poor, even dangerous, commander in chief.

These traits include his obvious need for self-aggrandizement, his overreaction to perceived slights, his tendency to make decisions based on intuition, his refusal to change his views based on new information, his routine carelessness with the facts, his unwillingness to listen to others and his lack of respect for the rule of law.

The dangers that flow from Mr. Trump?s character are not just risks that would emerge if he became president. It is already damaging our national security.

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia was a career intelligence officer, trained to identify vulnerabilities in an individual and to exploit them. That is exactly what he did early in the primaries. Mr. Putin played upon Mr. Trump?s vulnerabilities by complimenting him. He responded just as Mr. Putin had calculated.

Mr. Putin is a great leader, Mr. Trump says, ignoring that he has killed and jailed journalists and political opponents, has invaded two of his neighbors and is driving his economy to ruin. Mr. Trump has also taken policy positions consistent with Russian, not American, interests ? endorsing Russian espionage against the United States, supporting Russia?s annexation of Crimea and giving a green light to a possible Russian invasion of the Baltic States.

In the intelligence business, we would say that Mr. Putin had recruited Mr. Trump as an unwitting agent of the Russian Federation.

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Mr. Trump has also undermined security with his call for barring Muslims from entering the country. This position, which so clearly contradicts the foundational values of our nation, plays into the hands of the jihadist narrative that our fight against terrorism is a war between religions.

In fact, many Muslim Americans play critical roles in protecting our country, including the man, whom I cannot identify, who ran the C.I.A.?s Counterterrorism Center for nearly a decade and who I believe is most responsible for keeping America safe since the Sept. 11 attacks.

My training as an intelligence officer taught me to call it as I see it. This is what I did for the C.I.A. This is what I am doing now. Our nation will be much safer with Hillary Clinton as president.

Michael J. Morell was the acting director and deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency from 2010 to 2013.


This is really no joke. Do Trump fans still think he is going to be a good president?

Posted on: 2016/8/5 15:45
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