@Chip You mean AOC is walking back that one already?
Well, you clearly demonstrated exactly where you fit into my above analysis. HAR! Oh my . . . Tee Hee!
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Yes, do it faster than the initial funding he was provided allows. Because its an emergency.
It's not an emergency no matter how many times your repeat that it is:
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Trumpophiles can't prove that Trump didn't collide, but they love asking if liberals can prove things.
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In which context (these days) can a man grab a random woman forcefully and plant a deep kiss without her consent.
Given we haven't been at war on the scale we were just before the photo was taken, none.
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Yes and upside down flag means an indication of extreme danger to life or property.
Kinda like in a “national emergency”
You were correct to put national emergency in quotes given Trump himself admitted there was no emergency in his hour-long ramble that eventually lost out to the Pribe is Right.
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Yup, Europe still wants the US to clean up the mess for them.
Nope. Europe wants the US to clean up the mess the US made.
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Ah the good ole days, when spontaneous romance and affection by men onto women was considered normal.
These days that same kiss would probably get you in jail.
Context is everything, which you clearly fail to understand.
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The US wants to illegally ram a truck full of rotten sandwiches across the border so it can create a pretext to bomb the country and steal their resources
You know you're disparaging your boy Trump, correct?
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The flags on the protester's placard are upside down.
Happen to know the significance of an upside down flag?
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We expect PM to use every measure, that is including giving Trump what he wants as long as it doesn't damage Japan, to work on DPRK issues.
Looking like Trump's lapdog certainly doesn't help Japan. Note that I'm not claiming Abe is Trump's lapdog, just that he looks like it from this incident.
PM is doint a real job. JT posters laughing at it. I don't care
You care enough to engage these posters.
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Trump's briefing on his talks with Kim will be a litany of what Trump gave up forbthd photo op. Trump is completely ineffective on this issue.
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The image that marks the utter defeat of fascists.
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I'm loving the puns! Appreciate the morning laughs.
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The victim stepped down from his truck and tried to speak directly to Ito when the men had both stopped. But Ito drove away and the man was forced to cling to the mirror of the truck.
The victim should not have climbed onto Ito's rig.
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Child Welfare workers: Please, please, please do not bungle this. I really don't want to be reading about anymore dead children because of your incompetence.
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Excellent news. Good luck to all involved.
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Tell Warren and AOC that. Lol
They weren't nominated, they were elected; they also understood their positions. ROFL! Smh. Lol! Kudos.
Well, when you try to dig up dirt to destroy, it is a bad thing and once again, we’re it a liberal, woman and Black, the screams of crying fall would be all over the tube.
Your compulsion to denigrate liberals is becoming rather trite. The nominee backed out for family reasons, there is no indication that this had anything to do with " dig[inflg] up dirt to destroy." Let's try to keep things relevant.
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The choice was with the candidate. Not a problem. Just find another capable person.
A capable candidate would have understood the position before accepting the nomination.
Almost any time a nominee withdraws it's a black eye for the person that did the nomination, barring exceptional circumstances. Wanting to spend time with your family is not an exceptional circumstance.
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Same people who claim lying to Mueller is a felony with jail time recommend community service for lying about a racially charge hoax that led the entire nation to become even more divisive.
Lying under oath is a far different crime than lying under police questioning. Your outrage is based on a lack of information that caused you to draw a false equivalency. Try again.
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Yes, they SAY they don’t want it, I agree, how their actions shows they don’t care especially after that opioid drug bust.
That opiod bust at a port of entry. Let's be slightly accurate, "journalist."
But they did in 2013....
And they want much the same as they did then.
Repubes scuttled the bills in 2013, so we know they wanted open borders then and this current situation is completely manufactured.
Anyway, enough of your veering wildly off topic just to push inaccuracies and bash democrats/liberals. You have the rhetorical skills of a 7 year old.
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Really? These people don’t even want closed borders, why would they want justice? Kind of an oxymoron.
No, no democrat wants open borders no matter how many times you repeat it.
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On Saturday, police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said the trajectory of the case had "shifted" — that two brothers who had been questioned had been released without charges and investigators wanted to speak to Smollett again . Guglielmi did not elaborate. On Sunday, he issued a statement saying that police "are not in a position to confirm, deny or comment on the validity of what's been unofficially released."
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It's a bit beyond the pale that this is the thread everyone is commenting on.
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And looking at the convictions and indictments of the Mueller investigation, it seems they can't resist getting others to meddle in their own country's affairs as well.
It's amazing that the Republicans are so willing to let it go that the Trump team invited in the Russians and got them to directly help in an election. These people care more about power than they do about their country. Anyone who respects the democratic system should be horrified by the actions of the Trump campaign team, yet the right is giving them a complete pass, and not pressing on any of this issues. It's treasonous.
Agreed. It's repugnant.
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And Chip Star, this is not simply a GOP problem. Dick Durbin and Kirsten Gillibrand fully back Trump's moves. Pelosi and Biden have both voiced support of Guaido. They may not be calling for armed intervention quite yet but they're clearly part of our nation's long bipartisan consensus of meddling in foreign nations' affairs.
Agreed. It's repugnant all around.
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I think it’s the other way around. This explains it to a tee that myth.
Editorials are not acceptable evidence in critical discourse. HAR!
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Posted in: The eagles have landed
Posted in: The bromance between Abe and Trump has been a bumpy road, but perhaps nothing has embarrassed Abe more than Trump divulging that Abe nominated him for the Nobel Peace Prize. It makes Abe look craven for toadying to Trump, the least popular U.S. president ever in Japan.