Chip Star comments

Posted in: Canada now world's largest legal marijuana marketplace See in context

exactly. Its sad and ironic all the lefty libs celebrating the populace getting more dumbed down and pacified. Or maybe it makes perfect sense.

This comment has no basis in reality.

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Posted in: Canada now world's largest legal marijuana marketplace See in context

Seriously, it seems rather sad that people need cannabis to be legalized to be happy.

Nowhere in the article or in the comments is it asserted that weed being legalized is necessary to be happy.

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Posted in: Trump calls porn star Stormy Daniels 'Horseface' and Sen Warren 'Pocahontas' See in context

WArren is the epitome of a cynical manipulative exploiter. She tried to do it to native americans for her own selfish gain. The cherokees called her out, and she is finished

This comment has no basis in reality.

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Posted in: No. of rubella patients tops 1,100 in Japan, pregnant women warned See in context

‘All’ Japanese do NOT have them. That track mark is for TB vaccine. The same vaccine was tested in India and 60% of recipients still contracted TB.

Fair enough that all Japanese don't have those unnecessary track marks. The vast majority do though.

The efficacy of this TB vaccine depends on the geographic area. The closer you get to the equator, the less effective it is.

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Posted in: No. of rubella patients tops 1,100 in Japan, pregnant women warned See in context

A university professor of medicine says that Japan is more than 10 years behind European and North American countries in its inoculation policy and his view is widely shared.

Japan has two types of vaccination programs: vaccinations regularly carried out by municipalities and voluntary vaccinations. Although the fees for the regular vaccinations are covered by public funds, the types of vaccinations under this program are limited.

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/opinion/2018/06/26/commentary/japan-commentary/japans-backward-vaccination-policy/#.W8bk5TzXfYU

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Posted in: Trump says he won't accept blame if GOP loses House See in context

Well stated, but I've come to the conclusion that Conservatives shouldn't be equated with Trump supporters, even though Faux News, Putin, Trump, and quite a few posters here may want everyone to think they are.

Agreed.

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Posted in: Trump gives Saudi Arabia benefit of doubt in journalist's disappearance See in context

so while he thinks they did it he has to push this with extreme caution, they are a very important ally 

A very important ally that creates and supports Islamic extremist terrorists. With an ally like that, who needs enemies?

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Posted in: Canada now world's largest legal marijuana marketplace See in context

"Embracing intelligence" - I love it. Only a current days liberal could come up with that definition of getting stoned.

Only a conservative would make the assumption that "embracing intelligence" is a euphemism for getting stoned.

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Posted in: Trump says he won't accept blame if GOP loses House See in context

Whatever happened to conservatives taking responsibility for their actions?

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Posted in: Trump escalates his attacks on Fed: 'My biggest threat' See in context

Didn’t trump claim he’d “wipe out the national debt in 8 years”?

How’s that going?

It's going as well as replacing Obamacare with something better, building the wall, and getting Mexico to pay for the wall.

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Posted in: Canada now world's largest legal marijuana marketplace See in context

Go Canadia! It's always good to see people embracing intelligence instead of fear-driven ignorance.

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Posted in: Trump calls porn star Stormy Daniels 'Horseface' and Sen Warren 'Pocahontas' See in context

What would you say about a woman whose entire career is based on her looks also brining her family to the US via chain migration?

I’m betting you’d be on board with that.

I'll double the wager.

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Posted in: Trump calls porn star Stormy Daniels 'Horseface' and Sen Warren 'Pocahontas' See in context

Are we talking about her 99.9999999% white ancestry that is a burden to her and gets her nothing or the 1/1024th part that gets her privilege?

Nobody ever claimed being white is a burden. Let's not start arguing with the liberals you imagine.

You sure are don't like the fact that Warren has Native American ancestry. Why is that?

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Posted in: Trump calls porn star Stormy Daniels 'Horseface' and Sen Warren 'Pocahontas' See in context

Maybe for her policies, but not for her heritage.

Allow me to rephrase this to more accurately reflect my thinking:

Maybe for her policies, but not for her ancestry.

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Posted in: Trump calls porn star Stormy Daniels 'Horseface' and Sen Warren 'Pocahontas' See in context

Chip Star, Oh please, you cant pissibly be buying into the fake cherokee 'heritage'of elizabeth warren. The cherokees dont and neither does anyone else.

I'm buying the results of the DNA test.

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Posted in: Heated U.S. congressional races on pace to break fundraising records See in context

Thanks to an activist conservative Supreme Court, who defined corporations as having the same rights as people

Corporations having some of the same rights as people began in 1818. But, as you mentioned, the activist conservative justices involved in Citizens United cleared the way for corporations to have the same rights as people under the First Amendment.

I wish conservative justices would stick to the constitution instead of being activists. Smh.

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Posted in: Trump gives Saudi Arabia benefit of doubt in journalist's disappearance See in context

Compare this response to that in the Skripal case, for which there was no credible evidence linking it to Russia.

This statement has no basis in reality.

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Posted in: Trump calls porn star Stormy Daniels 'Horseface' and Sen Warren 'Pocahontas' See in context

It’s pretty cool that you’d admit that. Is it something that you would say to women?

I reckon the conservatives JT would never speak to another human being face-to-face like they speak on these threads.

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Posted in: Trump calls porn star Stormy Daniels 'Horseface' and Sen Warren 'Pocahontas' See in context

And yes I am fine with the comments Trump made. Warren is claiming heritage that doesn’t belong to her so that needs to be called out. 

You clearly don't understand how genetics work.

After all the nonsense and attacks from avenatti in his hundreds of media appearances pushing the Stormy narrative, her book, stripping tour, etc she got a deserved nickname too. All is well.

She may deserve the nickname, but presidents shouldn't be bestowing derogatory nicknames. You'd think presidents would be too busy leading the country to engage in childish antics.

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Posted in: Trump calls porn star Stormy Daniels 'Horseface' and Sen Warren 'Pocahontas' See in context

Warren deserves ridicule.

Maybe for her policies, but not for her heritage.

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Posted in: Trump calls porn star Stormy Daniels 'Horseface' and Sen Warren 'Pocahontas' See in context

Media wasnt covering that the Stormy Daniels defamation case was tossed out of court. Also horseface and broke creepy porn lawyer have to pay all his legal fees. Now they are. Master at changing the news cycle to suit whatever he wants.

You clearly don't know how the legal system works. Lawyers don't pay attorneys fees, the client does.

Prior to an article that they could use to attack Trump they were barely covering the defamation case. We didn’t hear much of anything about it until after he called her horseface, now it’s in this article.

This is not based in reality. Whenever there was a hearing, this suit was in the news.

it can’t be a slur if the person isn’t a member of that group. Warren is not. So it’s sarcasm and mockery. Has Disney removed the movie with the same name as this supposed slur?

First, Warren is a member of the group. Second, that's not how it's determined if something is a slur. When the name is used in a derogatory manner, it's a slur. Disney did not use the name in a derogatory manner, which is to say you are presenting a false equivalency. Let's keep a bit of intellectual honesty in the conversation.

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Posted in: Trump escalates his attacks on Fed: 'My biggest threat' See in context

Deep state vs. the President.

Trump should fire them all.

It's kind of hard to fire people that are part of something that does not exist.

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Posted in: No. of rubella patients tops 1,100 in Japan, pregnant women warned See in context

If vaccinations aren't mandatory in Japan, why do all Japanese have those horrible trackmarks from their archaic vaccination procedures? Japan's glacially slow acceptance of foreign medical procedures and technology is astounding.

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Posted in: Former TEPCO exec denies delaying anti-tsunami steps before nuclear crisis See in context

There is no mention of why TEPCO thinks the state study lacks credibility other than Muto's assertion. You'd think there would be something more than that.

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Posted in: Warren accuses Trump of 'creepy' comments about her DNA test See in context

Exactly the point. The more she makes this an issue, the more she looks bad and the more she just keeps embarrassing herself. I think now more than ever she's brought even more scrutiny and less doubt on her at this point.

Another person that doesn't understand how genetics works.

Only in conservative La La Land is DNA evidence not credible.

Only in conservative La La Land is someone demonstrating Trump incorrect a cause of embarrassment for that person and not Trump.

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Posted in: Warren accuses Trump of 'creepy' comments about her DNA test See in context

He said he would donate the money if she took a test that proved she is Native American. Her test proves she isn’t if you have to go back 6-10 GENERATIONS to find someone who might have been half Indian.

That isn't how genetics work.

He doesn't, but this is just a joke. Even the Democrats are wondering why she would do this before the midterms, if she thinks this will put this to rest, she's kidding herself, this is going to hound her for the rest of her career, not that she would ever make it to the presidency anyway.

When Trump lies or says something repugnant, his self-deceiving supporters always claim it was a joke. Intellectual dishonesty at its finest.

He's not a coward, I think if she's serious, really serious (the left don't trust other sources but their own and that can go both ways) let the President make it public and get real detailed facts because as it stands, most original European Americans have almost the same about of Native American DNA. If she were half or a quarter and Trump did what he did, I get it, but this...come on!

Any cites to back up your assertion regarding European Americans having almost the same amount of Native American DNA? Didn't think so.

Trump is a coward. If he weren't, he wouldn't fawn over Kim and Putin.

Anyone else see the shifting goal posts?

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Posted in: Faced with destroyed crops, city in Chiba encourages hunting as business See in context

Depends on the size of the meat processing "plants."

So beef 'em up.

Thanks, I need that laugh!

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Posted in: Trump suggests 'rogue killers' murdered Saudi journalist See in context

Yes and that is a fundamental key part to the relationship.

Saudi Arabia produces and supports fundamentalist Islamic terrorists. Why would Saudi Arabia help fight what it creates? Can you see the logic failure yet?

So what was he supposed to do? This is something the left doesn't get. Russia is a nuke nation and you think we really want to escalate tensions on one individual? I get the point, but you have to separate yourself from the emotional part, now the time to have engaged Russia and justifiably so would have been when Putin went into Crimea.

So Trump shouldn't engage Putin because Russia has nukes, but Obama should have engaged Russia even though Russia had nukes when it invaded Crimea? More failure of logic.

As if the left have any room to make that comment when their leader swooned around so many of them.

Give us one example of any liberal leader swooning around a dictator the way Trump has swooned around Putin and Kim. Just one example.

Conservatives are hilarious. They want liberals to be held to a higher standard. When Trump acts in a repugnant manner, conservatives use the "other people have done it" defense. Ever hear that old saying two lefts don't make a wrong?

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Posted in: Harvard discriminates against Asian-Americans, lawyer says at trial See in context

It is an intentionally discriminatory and un-Constitutional policy and should be expunged from every aspect of American society.

You just referenced the Supreme Court declaring affirmative action as being constitutional before you asserted it is unconstitutional.

They can do what they want, they are private university.

This statement is incorrect.

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Posted in: Trump suggests 'rogue killers' murdered Saudi journalist See in context

 As I had previously said before, our relationship with the Saudis is critical for a number of reasons,

The only reason you have given is that the US needs Saudi Arabia in the fight against fundamentalist Muslim terrorists. When it was pointed out that that reason fails logically, you doubled down on it.

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