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Posted in: Trump says US, China have reached deal; Sunday tariffs off See in context

Trump was a beloved figure with a successful TV show. Until Nov 2016. So you have 3 years of Dem attacks, not 40 years.his actions even today would be fine if he was Donald Trump (D) President.

Repeating things does not make them true.

https://www.nytimes.com/times-insider/2015/07/30/1973-meet-donald-trump/

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Posted in: Trump says US, China have reached deal; Sunday tariffs off See in context

It’s sad that based only on what you read in the media about someone you don’t know- that you are somehow sure he wouldn’t.

We’ve had over 40 years of Donny’s actions from which to make an educated guess.

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Posted in: Trump says US, China have reached deal; Sunday tariffs off See in context

Black lab: You’re taking Donny’s word that it’s done, just like you took his word that Mexico would pay for the wall and NoKo was taken care of. How many times will you let Donny make you look like a fool before you decide to reclaim some of your integrity?

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Posted in: Abe says he is not thinking about 4th term as LDP head See in context

But - he has attened a Pearl Harbor Memorial Service together with a POTUS, attended a Hiroshima Memorial Service with a POTUS, and has addressed both houses of Congress to a standing ovation. So from the U.S. view, he has done quite a job of further cementing US-JPN relations. Not to mention, that for better or worse, he seems to have managed to "handle" our current POTUS, something many world leaders have not been able to do, understandably.

This is a lot of words to say that Shin-Chan has perfected the art of kissing arse.

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Posted in: Trump on brink of impeachment as U.S. House committee approves charges See in context

The Democrats didn’t believe that at first when they started this farce and they look at the polls and saw that many people wanted him impeached at the time, but now all of a sudden we should just ignore them, I see....lol.

The Democrats are absolutely irrelevant to you citing polls when they support you and disparaging polls when they don’t.

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Posted in: Trump on brink of impeachment as U.S. House committee approves charges See in context

Hmmmm..judging by the polls, it would seem quite the opposite

But we know polls can’t be trusted, right?

and it seems like independence will never forget the Democrats, every single one of them as well, that’s why I hope the Democrats push this as hard as they can, it’s better for Trump and democracy.

One moment you’re railing about how unfair and illegitimate this is, and the next you’re saying how good it is for Donny and democracy. Which is it?

Ditto. Hopefully in four years Democrats will understand this and try to better their ways and leave socialism and the trappings that go with it. I pray that they will embrace American democracy one day.

They do, and always have.

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Posted in: Abe says he is not thinking about 4th term as LDP head See in context

Homeless 2012 8,933

Homeless 2019 4,900

What say you?

How was this number determined

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Posted in: Empress Emerita Michiko losing weight, vomiting since September See in context

It’s sad when anyone goes through this. Not certain why it’s meant to be sadder in this instance.

INVALID CSRF

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Posted in: Man sentenced to 28 years over 2006 random killing of woman See in context

Would Kuronuma’s parents still be in favor of giving him the death penalty if they were required to pull the lever that hangs him?

A legitimate question.

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Posted in: Johnson calls for closure over Brexit divisions See in context

globalist

What does this mean?

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Posted in: Iraq's top Shiite cleric condemns gruesome hanging of teen See in context

Iraq was far more peaceful under Hussein

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Posted in: Trump on brink of impeachment as U.S. House committee approves charges See in context

Trumps US-Canada-Mexico trade agreement will get signed, with the support of the Dems and Big Labor, so the constant whining about Trump this and that is just...well...whining

Logic failure. Donny getting one thing done does not mean he is suddenly competent and has impulse control. This means he’ll do something that will be asinine and we’ll have more to point out.

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Posted in: Trump on brink of impeachment as U.S. House committee approves charges See in context

Exactly as predicted.

Yes.

What a farce.

No, it’s democracy with checks and balances in action.

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Posted in: Trump says US, China have reached deal; Sunday tariffs off See in context

Exactly as I predicted.

I think you pushed “POST” before you were finished.

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Posted in: Abe says he is not thinking about 4th term as LDP head See in context

It is vital the outdated constitution is changed this term, for the security and defense of Japan. PM Abe simply MUST go on to another term to get it done, if not possible this term. Can anyone name ANY candidate for LDP leader who has enough experience and skills on the world stage? Didnt think so. 

5 more years! 5 more years!

Let’s also bring back the kempeitai.

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Posted in: Gov't ordered to pay damages over transgender toilet ban See in context

If the person identifies as something other than their biological self, it does not change what sex they really are.

The closest they could come would be post-op.

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Posted in: Ex-police officer sentenced to death for killing wife, 2 young children See in context

Nakata, who worked for the prefectural police's communications dispatch division, was arrested on June 8, 2017, after the police recovered his DNA under one of his wife's fingernails, suggesting she scratched him in a struggle.

Did Nakata have any scratches on him?

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Posted in: Johnson says he has won a big mandate for Brexit See in context

Gotta vote again. It’s obvious “no one” wants this.

No. Now it’s obvious people want this.

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Posted in: U.S. House committee postpones votes on articles of impeachment See in context

Yep and we can say no just like Schiff did.

*Senate impeachment procedures allow witnesses to be called by the president’s defense lawyers and by a team of House Democrats who will in effect be the prosecutors.*

https://apnews.com/227149e8403744bf87261f4c9a06f002

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Posted in: Israel bars Gaza's Christians from visiting Bethlehem and Jerusalem at Christmas See in context

...meh, strawman

No, a fact.

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Posted in: Israel bars Gaza's Christians from visiting Bethlehem and Jerusalem at Christmas See in context

Yeah, heard that before too. Doesn't make it any more convincing.

Do the mountains of evidence of Israel abusing the palestinians’ human rights make it more convincing, or do you just ignore those to cheer for Israel?

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Posted in: U.S. House committee postpones votes on articles of impeachment See in context

Then the Senate will turn the tide on the Democrats and they’ll called to testify especially Schiff, the whistleblower and Hunter or even Joe.

They will? That’s not what’s being planned here in reality. ROFL.

by David M. Drucker

 | December 10, 2019 01:57 PM

Senate Republicans do not expect to call witnesses President Trump might want to hear from most in an impeachment trial, conceding there are not the votes to summon key figures such as Hunter Biden and the unidentified government whistleblower whose complaint sparked the process.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/campaigns/end-this-republicans-poised-to-call-no-witnesses-during-trump-impeachment-trial-in-senate%3f_amp=true

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Posted in: U.S. House committee postpones votes on articles of impeachment See in context

Well, it’ll be more interesting when we see this first go to the Senate and draw this out as long as the Senate can.

You haven’t been keeping abreast of the situation or you’d know the senate is looking st a short trial.

Then the Senate will turn the tide on the Democrats and they’ll called to testify especially Schiff, the whistleblower and Hunter or even Joe.

Don’t forget that the dems also get to call witnesses like Donny, Giuliani, Giuliani’s henchmen, Mulvaney, etc. Then we’ll really see the tide turning.

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Posted in: U.S. House committee postpones votes on articles of impeachment See in context

Dems are in shambles and scrambling to hold this charade together.

Odd way to describe a vote that was intentionally postponed to allow the public to witness it.

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Posted in: Fukushima clean-up has reduced radiation levels, but not all: scientists See in context

Cesium 137 "is the biggest risk for the population over the medium- and long-term as it can persist in the environment for up to three centuries if it is not dealt with," Evrard said

See?! It’s not permanent like all you lefties say! So dishonest of you people to be screaming how nuclear power isn’t safe because of the “permanent” effects of a catastrophe.

Nuclear is safe: Case closed.

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Posted in: Study shows hostility toward journalists by Trump supporters See in context

Be honest, you really respect Russia. You mention it every single post, even Schiff as bad as he is doesn’t invoke them THAT much, but you....

You mention Democrats in every post. Does this mean you really respect dems?

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Posted in: U.S. House committee postpones votes on articles of impeachment See in context

This was a brilliant move. Force the republicans to demonstrate that they are okay with Donny’s corruption to the public.

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Posted in: Study shows hostility toward journalists by Trump supporters See in context

Where's the study that shows hostility toward Trump by journalists?

A Trumpophile playing the victim card. What a shock and surprise.

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Posted in: U.S. House committee nears vote on impeachment articles against Trump See in context

It’s weird how conservatives have announced Donny as their guy. Cognitive dissonance, anyone?

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Posted in: U.S. House committee nears vote on impeachment articles against Trump See in context

Regardless the word “illegal” means it was not allowable under law.

Agreed. Good thing there was no illegality.

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