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Posted in: Starr, Dershowitz: Trump assembles made-for-TV defense team See in context

And vice versa of people that are totally turned off with the lack of progress from the Democrats and that they’re so obsessed with this impeachment farce they’re not focused or concerned with anything else.

Yeah! Never mind the over 100 pieces of legislation the dem controlled House has passed and Moscow is sitting on in the Senate. The done haven’t done anything!

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Posted in: Starr, Dershowitz: Trump assembles made-for-TV defense team See in context

22 percent of registered voters in the latest poll said impeachment makes them more likely to support Trump, so yes.

It’s always comical when a Trumpophile cites a poll. Of course, it only happens when the poll supports Donny. When the poll cuts against Donny, Trumpophiled pillory the poll.

The one consistent thing about Trumpophiles is their lack of integrity.

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Posted in: 39-year-old man arrested for abusing 3-year-old stepdaughter See in context

Glad the authorities are taking this seriously. Violence is never appropriate for behavior correction of children. The girl is 3 FFS.

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Posted in: Ghosn lawyers rebut new Nissan claims against fugitive exec See in context

Saikawa hasn’t been charged with a crime despite under reporting his income? No double-standard to see here, folks. Move along.

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Posted in: Starr, Dershowitz: Trump assembles made-for-TV defense team See in context

The amount of time, money and resources used to impeach a president, knowing it will go nowhere in the Senate and practically guarantee him a reelection because your party is seen as nothing but in-fighting time-wasters is just stunning.

It’s called oversight. Holding a corrupt president accountable is important whether the biased senate will convict.

Donny will forever be the third president to be impeached.

Moscow and his fellow republicans will forever be known as the senate that put party over country and made a mockery of justice.

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Posted in: Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial See in context

Nail him to a cross.

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Posted in: Starr, Dershowitz: Trump assembles made-for-TV defense team See in context

Given the trial is rigged, I don’t understand why Donny is assembling a “dream team” of swamp-dwelling lawyers. Moscow and Leningrad have already assured Donny will be acquitted because Moscow and Leningrad have already stated they refuse to look at the evidence.

GOP: Party over Country.

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Posted in: U.S. to screen airline passengers from China for new illness See in context

Good.

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Posted in: Iran's top leader strikes defiant tone amid month of turmoil See in context

 “America, who is your elder, your leader and your master, was not able to bring the Iranian nation to its knees. You are too small to bring the Iranian nation to its knees.”

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, Ayatollah, but the US could decimate your country from the air. We may not be able to easily occupy your country, but we definitely have the capability to lay waste to your beautiful cities.

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Posted in: Pompeo breaks silence on alleged threats to envoy in Ukraine See in context

Agreed that we need to let the investigation play out. If it doesn’t report the conclusion we support, we obviously need to investigate the original investigators and re-investigate the original issue. All the while whining about our person being investigated.

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Posted in: High court orders Shikoku Electric to suspend Ikata nuclear reactor restart See in context

It’s not quite close enough to the sea.

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Posted in: UK police use of facial recognition tests public's tolerance See in context

Arrest: Your fear of terrorists seems to be causing you to agree with the government collecting as much information about us as possible. You don’t have to be scared, Paul.

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Posted in: Ukraine opens probe of possible surveillance of ambassador See in context

the liberal complaint is that “someone” knew things about the ambassador they supposedly couldnt have known.

You're arguing with yourself again.

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Posted in: Trump impeachment trial opens; White House faulted on Ukraine aid freeze See in context

The question isn't whether or not Trump committed a crime but whether Joe Biden did

What part of “no evidence” against Joe Biden do you people not understand? You intentionally ignore this fact to push a false narrative.

That’s why the Democrats never learn. Smh...

The stock response when Bass is backed into a corner. ROFL. Kudos! Smh.

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Posted in: U.S., China tiptoe around holes in new trade agreement See in context

Well, Trump is trying to change that, but of course for some of us everything that orangeman does is bad, so he´ll get bashed no matter what.

No, Donny isn’t trying to change the US’ dependence on China. Of course, for some of us, everything Donny does is great, so you’ll cheer him no matter what.

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Posted in: Estranged Australian husband freed after trespassing to find his children See in context

*Unlike most developed countries**, Japan has no joint-custody system after divorce.*

Says it all.

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Posted in: Queen agrees to let Harry, Meghan move part time to Canada See in context

Lost: Thanks for that. Agree with your analysis.

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Posted in: Queen agrees to let Harry, Meghan move part time to Canada See in context

What? Is that even a word? I’m sorry, but Meghan has mostly herself to blame, her problems didn’t start just recently, she’s been having problems for years and now Canada May get to take on her problems, I weep for that country.

Other people being racist towards Meghan is her fault?

Her being half black is a “problem she’s been having for years”?

Sweet posts

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Posted in: Queen agrees to let Harry, Meghan move part time to Canada See in context

We all know that, that’s not the point, the point is how this woman behaves, but once she uttered progressive, red flashing lights should have been a warning sign what this woman is. She left Hollywood, but it didn’t leave her and she brought it back to England. What a joke.

Yeah! Progress is bad, I say using my mobile phone connected to the internet. We should fear progressives because they think we should evolve as our societies move forward. Scary stuff!

Look, you’ve been backed into yet another corner. ROFL!

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Posted in: Canada yet to decide if it will pay Harry and Meghan security costs See in context

Beyond Canadia being part of the commonwealth (a hilarious entity in its own - you have the queen in your passports!), what connection do Harry and Meghan have with Canadia?

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Posted in: Trump use of doctored Pelosi-Schumer photo draws Muslim ire See in context

Most Trump fans I meet are lower middle class losers who don't mind if the system implodes because it wasn't doing anything for them anyway. Might as well cheer for the racist.

BINGO! Of course, some of them go Kline and pretend to be uber rich.

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Posted in: U.S. drops designation of China as currency manipulator See in context

Trump is useless against China.

But liberals whine all the time!

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Posted in: Queen agrees to let Harry, Meghan move part time to Canada See in context

Countries with royal or imperial families are quaint. Sorcerers and dragons aren’t really either, by the way.

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Posted in: Queen agrees to let Harry, Meghan move part time to Canada See in context

If they didn’t need the old woman’s permission, why was there a meeting and why is the media reporting that the queen agreed?

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Posted in: High-gear diplomacy aims to avert U.S.-Iran conflict See in context

Exactly. The media has drummed up fears by making a Trump scandal out of it all

How dare the media do its job and report on Donny’s words and actions. How dare it!

It's sad that the only ones feeling sad about what Trump did are the media and theocratic dictatorship.

Inaccurate.

The American and Iranian people seem fine with what happened.

No.

This article is proof of the media hysteria machine as shown by the excerpt I used.

Hahaha! No.

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Posted in: U.S. drops designation of China as currency manipulator See in context

Donny formally labeled China a currency manipulator five months ago but incessantly whined about China being a currency manipulator during his campaign. What took Donny so long? The fact it did allows the logical inference that he was merely manufacturing outrage amongst his über ignorant base during the election.

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Posted in: Abe warns conflict with Iran impacts entire world See in context

Abe: We love your OIL. 

Mohammed bin Salman: Thanks for not mentioning that we murder journalists....

Spot on.

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Posted in: Aso apologizes for remarks about Japan's historical unity See in context

Aso isn’t really known for being sensitive or eloquent. He’s another loudmouth rich kid that thinks he’s intelligent because mommy and daddy were rich. We have one of these running the US at the moment. In fact, one of these is also running Japan at the moment.

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Posted in: Pompeo says Iraqi leaders privately want U.S. troops See in context

US out of the ME. No more wars for oil. Or gas. Or their shipment.

You're asking for a lot, not to mention that it’s make the world a fuller place. (Sarcasm.)

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Posted in: Democrats set to clash in final debate before Iowa caucuses See in context

Hopefully, after Iowa, the field is narrowed down to a reasonable number of candidates.

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