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Re: Trump Our New President
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And he already came up with a catchy slogan that all the dude is guilty of is "working while Muslim". We need an independent counsel to investigate! Now!


Hey, at least we can agree on some things. There should be an independent investigation into these 3 brothers and their actions.

Posted on: 2017/7/27 12:51
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Re: Trump Our New President
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talk about Trump deflecting.... you challenge me on my sources related to another major national security breach involving the democrat leadership and their foreign national IT Admins then you do not repond, but go ahead and start this foolishness?

I am very happy to see the news media proudly announce that "first woman" formerly a man has made the grade joining an elite US military unit... I am sure women all over the country are proud too. Especially after so many other washed out in basic training to join the group. That is real progress!


WTF are you on? I asked you for a source to something you posted. How is that challenging you on your sources? You provided a source, and I moved on to another topic. Was I supposed to thank you or something? Did you forget to take your meds this morning?

Posted on: 2017/7/26 17:00
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Okay, just so I understand you, you think people with medical/psychiatric issues are pathetic? Or, are the people that want to defend minorities in this country from the oppressive backwards thinking politicians that want to role back civil rights the ones that are pathetic?

Never mind the fact that the Trump administration did this for pure political gains. When asked about the decision, a Trump administration official said "This forces Democrats in Rust Belt states like Ohio, Michigan, and Wisconsin to take complete ownership of this issue. How will blue collar voters in these states respond when senators up for re-election in 2018 like Debbie Stabenow are forced to make their opposition to this a key plank of their campaigns?"

If someone can pass the "tough for a good reason" exams to get into the military, what would being transgendered have to do with it? Is being gay just a psychiatric issue as well?


Posted on: 2017/7/26 15:48
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Abhorrent behavior is making a mountain out of the transgender molehill by liberals. Done with gay equality? Let's find another issue to rally behind. What could it be, what could it be? Oh, transgender... never mind it is a minuscule percentage of population, and really a psychiatric issue. Let's rally!!! Equality! Pathetic.


You think equality is pathetic? You think people wanting to fight for, and defend, their country is pathetic? You and Yvonne must get along great.

Posted on: 2017/7/26 15:29
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Here we go again with the abhorrent behavior.

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What does being transgendered have to do with being able to server in the military? As Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan tweeted, "The arguments being made against transgender service members are the exact same as those faced by women, African-Americans and any other minority groups before they were able to serve in our military."

Posted on: 2017/7/26 14:07
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I really wish the democrats would focus on the true hacking scandal which is the 3 Pakistani brothers who were paid $4M (taxpayer money) as IT Sys Admins for Waaserman-Schultz and her slimey coven of witches.

Do you really want to find the source of the DNC email leaks? Start with those creeps. They legally accessed the HoR Network and democrat email via her office computer for years. Well before she was fired last summer as the DNC chair.

The HRC campaign was crashing and burning because of those leaks. HRC stonewalled FBI forensics not permitting access to their "hacked" campaign computers and Deb WS is doing the same thing to FBI and Capital Police, stonewalling their criminal investigation, by not permitting access to government owned hardware.

Where does it all lead? Today, the ringleader brother was arrested by the FBI trying to flee the country back to where??? Pakistan... SuperMax or witness protection?


Care to provide a source for this claim?

Posted on: 2017/7/26 12:29
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Nice ad hominem. Try actually reading it next time. If you had, you'd see that the source was the NYT itself.

Here, this time I will quote the beginning and make it easy for you, though the links to the NYT are in the article itself:

"Last year, after President-elect Trump picked Jeff Sessions to be attorney general, The New York Times editorial page called the Alabama senator ?radical? and ?extreme? and tarred him as an unrepentant racist and xenophobe.

Last week, after Trump criticized Sessions and others, the same editorial page suddenly discovered a new fondness for Sessions. The Times now insisted that Trump had impugned his ?integrity? and that of others ?who have spent their careers respecting and protecting? the law."


A few points. Yes, I did read your articles, and I was referring to the op/ed page of the NYT the Post was citing. My comment was meant to be a criticism of your choice of references. Why cite something that is citing something else, when you can use the original? Unless you don't think the original source has merit, and you want to agree with someone else's interpretation. But hey, you do you.

I also said the proving liberal hypocrisy is like shooting fish in a barrel. You don't even have to prove it sometimes, as they will do it themselves. Do I wish the liberal's would think before they open their mouth? Of course I do, and I willing to bet that the same goes for conservatives and some sections of the right.

Posted on: 2017/7/26 12:28
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Wow...using the NY post as a source is a bit a of a stretch. Nothing like citing the opinion section either. Proving liberal hypocrisy is like shooting fish in a barrel, I think you could have found a better source than the post.

Besides, if you want to see someone with no principles and someone you can't trust, look no further than the oval office.


Posted on: 2017/7/25 19:27
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Yeah, I'm still firmly in the fuck Jeff Sessions camp. I find it troubling that Trump thinks he can keep running through appointments until he finds one that will back his crazy ass ideas, like he won the popular vote. Spicer was a joke. Always will be.

Just goes to show how little one side knows about the other, and how wrong the assumptions can be. That goes for both sides.

Posted on: 2017/7/25 18:24
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Re: Trump Our New President
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TV catch phrases notwithstanding, Trump does not like to fire people. His business practice is to isolate and humiliate staff into quitting.


Brilliant! If you quit, you can't claim unemployment.

Posted on: 2017/7/25 16:18
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Re: Trump Our New President
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AP Sources: Trump speaks to advisers about firing Jeff Sessions

Seems logical to me. A lot of Trump supporters stated that they wanted Trump to run the country like he runs a business. Well, if you don't like the guy you hired to do a job, you fire him.

Except, this is the USA not a private business. These actions will impact everybody in this country one way or the other. It seems like Trump is in over his head here, and thought this whole "running the country" thing would be easier, or he would have more support for his policy ideas.

Posted on: 2017/7/25 15:28
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Re: Developers break ground on Jersey City micro-units apartment building
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I have to wonder how often this nonsense goes down around here....?


All the time. The solution usually involves one of these.
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Posted on: 2017/7/21 18:49
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Another one bites the dust.

WASHINGTON ? Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, resigned on Friday morning, telling President Trump he vehemently disagreed with the appointment of the New York financier Anthony Scaramucci as communications director.

Posted on: 2017/7/21 16:42
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Re: Fulop foe loses tax appeal targeting mayor's home
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He is the lesser of two evils. But, you know how the rest of that saying goes.

Posted on: 2017/7/21 14:49
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Re: Fulop foe loses tax appeal targeting mayor's home
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You can never rely on Fulop to do the right thing. That is, unless it happens to be aligned with his own self-serving interests. In my book, he is a scumbag.

Posted on: 2017/7/21 14:13
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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How Santiago Calatrava was awarded the design for this is beyond me. The man has been sued so many times for leaks. He is known for a good visual aesthetic, but poor follow through.

Posted on: 2017/7/21 14:00
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Re: Developers break ground on Jersey City micro-units apartment building
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There a lot of things that I'm not sure how this made it though the DOB. You also need smoke baffles with an open kitchen like that.

Posted on: 2017/7/21 13:48
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Trump just keeps digging that hole deeper. Someone should tell Trump that trying to undermine the integrity of the investigation that is looking into him isn't such a good idea. Especially given his recent statements on Jeff Sessions.



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Posted on: 2017/7/21 12:56
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Even if 1/2 are dropping voluntarily, it sounds like you are okay with ~15 million people losing their health coverage. Am I understanding you correctly?

This seems to be a hot button issue for you. I'd be interested to hear what you think the ideal way forward would be? We scrap the ACA...then what?

Posted on: 2017/7/20 20:32
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Re: Trump Our New President
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135jc wrote:
That's why the best plan so to let the healthcare fail. Let Obama own it. When 30 million decide not to insure themselves to to skyrocketing premiums it will be on the Dems. Only then will they be willing work on a solution and reform.


That is some twisted logic right there. Anyway, you're a few days behind on your talking points buddy. The new line is they want to try repeal and replace again.

Posted on: 2017/7/20 19:40
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Re: Trump Our New President
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At least we can agree on somethings. I agree that term limits for Senators and Congressmen should be a major priority for both sides. Too much of the same guard isn't good for the people.

Posted on: 2017/7/20 19:02
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Re: Developers break ground on Jersey City micro-units apartment building
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While that would make for a better layout, building code states that you can no longer have your main egress be though a kitchen.

Posted on: 2017/7/20 17:28
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I had the same thought. This is from the wiki link.

The United States does not have a universal health care system. However, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) as amended by the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, sought to have expanded insurance coverage to legal residents by 2014. It provides for federally mandated health insurance to be implemented in the United States during the 2010?2019 decade with the Federal government subsidizing legal resident households with income up to 400% of the Federal poverty level.[125] This threshold varies according to State and household size, but for an average family of four, subsidies would be available for families whose income was about $88,000 or lower.[126] In June 2010 adults with pre-existing conditions became eligible to join a temporary high-risk pool.[127] In 2014, applicants of the same age began to be able to obtain health insurance at the same published rate regardless of health status ? the first time in U.S. history that insurers no longer had the right to load the premium or deny coverage prior to contract, or cancel a policy after contract due to an adverse health condition, or test result indicating that one may be imminent. The law prohibits insurers from capping their liability for a person's health care needs, a move which is expected to rectify medically induced bankruptcy. As of October 7, 2016, the U.S. uninsured rate fell to 10.9% from the 14.6% recorded when President Obama came into office. During the debates about proposed Obamacare, more and more Americans dropped their existing insurance in hopes of something better from Obama's plan, and the uninsured rate peaked at 17.1% just before Obamacare, the Affordable Care Act, started its "exchanges" and made the new plans available. 85.4% of Americans had insurance when Obama entered office; 89.1% had insurance by the time he left office.[128]

Posted on: 2017/7/20 17:12
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Re: Developers break ground on Jersey City micro-units apartment building
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wait a minute...the front door to the apartment is in the bathroom? WTF?

Posted on: 2017/7/20 16:46
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Azul, you need to clarify WTF your list is of.


My fault. It's a list of countires with universal health care.

Posted on: 2017/7/20 15:54
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I know, right? Fuck those poor people. I guess all these countries are just filled unreasonable people.


1 Africa

1.1 Algeria
1.2 Botswana
1.3 Burkina Faso
1.4 Egypt
1.5 Ghana
1.6 Mauritius
1.7 Morocco
1.8 Rwanda
1.9 Seychelles
1.10 South Africa
1.11 Tunisia
2 Asia
2.1 Bhutan
2.2 Hong Kong
2.3 India
2.4 Israel
2.5 Macau
2.6 People's Republic of China
2.7 Singapore
2.8 Sri Lanka
2.9 Taiwan
2.10 Thailand
3 Europe
3.1 Austria
3.2 Croatia
3.3 Czech Republic
3.4 Denmark
3.5 Finland
3.6 France
3.7 Georgia
3.8 Germany
3.9 Greece
3.10 Guernsey / Jersey
3.11 Iceland
3.12 Ireland
3.13 Isle of Man
3.14 Italy
3.15 Luxembourg
3.16 Netherlands
3.17 Norway
3.18 Portugal
3.19 Romania
3.20 Russia and Soviet Union
3.21 Serbia
3.22 Sweden
3.23 Switzerland
3.24 United Kingdom
3.24.1 England
3.24.2 Northern Ireland
3.24.3 Scotland
3.24.4 Wales
4 North America
4.1 The Bahamas
4.2 Canada
4.3 Costa Rica
4.4 Cuba
4.5 Mexico
4.6 Trinidad and Tobago
4.7 United States
5 South America
5.1 Argentina
5.2 Brazil
5.3 Chile
5.4 Colombia
5.5 Peru
6 Oceania
6.1 Australia
6.2 New Zealand

Posted on: 2017/7/20 15:14
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I get really amused when people quote the 'millions' of people losing healthcare, when many of those 'millions' are people who drop Obamacare because they're not mandated to pay it and choose to not pay it.


So you're in favor of people not having insurance, and having crushing medical bills bankrupt them? Or, is it more like you want everyone else with insurance to pay more for their coverage so we can cover costs for the uninsured?

I think most reasonable people would agree that the ACA has a lot of issues that desperately need to be fixed, but I also think most reasonable people would agree that everyone should have insurance. Why not we move to a single payer system with an option to have private insurance if you want that.

Posted on: 2017/7/20 14:18
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Trump just needs to stop talking to reporters without a pre approved message. When he goes off book, he just digs himself deeper into a hole.

Now Trump says that he would have never appointed Jeff Sessions as the AG had he known he was going to recuse himself. Let that just sink in for a moment. He would have never appointed the guy, had he known he was going to do the right thing once he was under investigation.

It doesn't seem to have hit Trump yet, but you can't run a Presidential administration like you run a private business. This isn't a hard concept to grasp.

Posted on: 2017/7/20 12:30
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Yes, it very biased. I hope people face consequences for violating federal law. I think most people would agree after reading that article.

Posted on: 2017/7/19 23:05
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I would add that it appears that Trump only cares about the optics related to what is happening for him that moment. If it's something in the past or future he couldn't care less.

Posted on: 2017/7/19 17:17
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