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Posted in: N Korea holds huge military parade as Kim vows nuclear might See in context

Thanks to Donald Trump, yes, who gave him nuclear status and allowed him to openly continue his weapons program. You supported that.

Just wait until Joe gets in, they’re going to ratcheted up for sure now, why would they fear Biden? So the saber rattling will continue. Hold on to your hats.

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Posted in: N Korea holds huge military parade as Kim vows nuclear might See in context

Kim is now feeling more emboldened than ever, here we go again with more saber rattling for the next 4 years....smh...

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Posted in: U.S. capital locks down as security threats mount See in context

All these people that were involved in this riot or previous that we saw last year as we saw all should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law and hopefully these people go to Federal prison where they’ll be looking at 10 years minimum, give them time to think about their actions, I don’t care which side or what radical group you belong to, you need to get a grip, it should all be condemned in the strongest terms, peaceful protests are fine, once you start destroying breaking and entering and destroying anything on Federal grounds you should be hauled away.

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Posted in: Trump impeachment trial could begin on Inauguration Day See in context

For the life of me, I can’t see how that’s going to unite the country. Biden should focus on building his cabinet, focus on his agenda (we still don’t know and move the country into a new chapter) he doesn’t do that, so much for a peaceful transition, this is only going to stir up more resentment, now the new incoming freshmen GOP Greene wants to bring articles of impeachment on Biden and she’s getting more support from the right, this is just all so bad, the infighting and constant tit for tat is not helping the country. Impeachment is always bad for the country, just censure Trump and be done with it, at least on that they could get more bipartisan support.

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Posted in: 'Wonder Woman 1984' stays atop U.S. box office See in context

That was just one of the worst movies ever, it even made Ishtar look better.

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Posted in: Japanese pray for end to pandemic in annual ice bath ritual at Tokyo shrine See in context

Let people pray in peace.

I agree. I deeply respect people that can overpower and control their physical emotions, besides these people aren’t hurting anyone, there as peaceful as anyone can be.

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Posted in: Japanese pray for end to pandemic in annual ice bath ritual at Tokyo shrine See in context

Nope, tried it under a waterfall in Kyushu, that was the first and last time I would ever do that, it’ll definitely wake you! But I think doing something like this should be experienced at least once.

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Posted in: Dr Dre recovering well after being admitted into hospital for brain aneurysm See in context

That’s great news. Dre is a legend and a genius, not to mention a real OG. Hope he pulls through, it would be a tragedy if he were to pass. Best and a speedy recovery.

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Posted in: Trump says he will not attend Biden's inauguration See in context

Obama always showed good manners and he's got class, something Trump knows nothing about. He witnessed the 'Triumph Of the Will' nauseatingly arrogant temper tantrum that passed for Trump's inauguration speech and probably excused himself to throw up

Ok, we have a difference of opinion, I don’t care what that guy did, I care what happened how the Dems treated this President in 2016, so Trump doesn’t owe them anything, so I don’t see anything wrong him not going at all, his choice, his right, the Dems made their choice and their right.

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Posted in: Trump says he will not attend Biden's inauguration See in context

Better for Trump. The Dems didn’t go to his inauguration, so I don’t see anything wrong with him not going to Biden’s. Take a break and enjoy your life for a bit, regroup and take on the establishment again later, plenty of time. I give the Dems 90 days head start.

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Posted in: Warnock, Ossoff win in Georgia, handing Senate control to Democrats See in context

Which must be what the people want, because they now control Congress in spite of absurd vote value disparities and highly orchestrated GOP gerrymandering.

Both sides Gerrymander, nothing new, so that’s a losing argument and the Dems have it all just like they did in 2009 and we all know what happened after that.

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Posted in: Warnock, Ossoff win in Georgia, handing Senate control to Democrats See in context

Are you a fan of Donald Trump?

Yes.

Yes, I've seen lots of Republicans and Trump enablers suddenly declaring that they're not fans.

Personally, I left the GOP almost 20 years ago, don’t like these people, but love being a proud conservative, like I said, I hope a 3rd party emerges from this.

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Posted in: Warnock, Ossoff win in Georgia, handing Senate control to Democrats See in context

They haven’t sadly through the years that’s why Democrats historically relied on the SC to pass a lot of their agenda that didn’t get through Congress and since the SC tilted now right. The Dems, because of this threatened to pack the courts, basically changing the makeup of the courts which hasn’t been changed in over 150 years, even RBG was concerned with packing the court and was against it, her thinking was well thought out. But now, the Dems can do whatever they want because now we have a one party majority so what’s to stop them?

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Posted in: Warnock, Ossoff win in Georgia, handing Senate control to Democrats See in context

That’s exactly, I’m not a fan of either party but Dems thinking that it’s going to be a smooth sail and no political consequence for rubber stamping everything just won’t fly for very long.

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Posted in: 4 dead after Trump supporters storm U.S. Capitol, forcing Senate to evacuate See in context

I personally hope out of all of this mess a new party emerges, a 3rd party. The GOP is pretty much toast and known of these people could ever get elected to anything least of all the Presidency. The Democrat party in its current form won’t be around much longer either, but the GOP useless and today should be a wake up call for them once and for all.

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Posted in: Warnock, Ossoff win in Georgia, handing Senate control to Democrats See in context

Personally, not a big fan of Mitch or the Republicans, could care less if he’s in power or not, but now the Dems can do what they want and given their thirst for absolute greed and control for power first over policy I see and EXACT repeat of what happened back in 2009 when they carried the majority of all 3 branches and you’re already seeing signs of this parade being short lived, at for 2 years and reality of their already slim majority will be their worst nightmare, so party like it’s 1999.

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Posted in: Biden nominates Judge Merrick Garland for attorney general See in context

Ok, don’t know what the significance is to that, if it’s to help him feel better as next choice for not being nominated for SC justice, but if Biden think that’s a good roll for him, so be it.

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Posted in: Warnock, Ossoff win in Georgia, handing Senate control to Democrats See in context

Hahahahahaha! Trump and Trump republicans turned Georgia blue. How incompetent and repugnant do you have to be to turn Georgia blue?

Well, thank God the pendulum swings both ways. The Dems won, ok, but given their corrosive policies are now more radical than ever in history I would say, thinks should revert back to normalcy within two years as the GOP retake the House and then watch the Senate go back again.

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Posted in: Georgia runoff elections for Senate too close to call See in context

Poles getting real tight.

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Posted in: Georgia runoff elections for Senate too close to call See in context

True and for most of last year. All under Trump's watch!

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-10-27/the-trump-tax-cut-wasn-t-just-for-the-rich

Yup.

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Posted in: Georgia runoff elections for Senate too close to call See in context

Federal taxes are monies paid directly to the government. Health insurance is not a tax.

That wasn’t the point, the point is, no one has the money to pay for anything right now, healthcare included.

So that would be one fifth or about $5,000 pa. Wrong figures there somewhere?

So why why aren’t liberals addressing the poverty issue? Been waiting in California for 60 years....

Federal taxes were lower during the Obama term, and higher during the Trump term.

https://www.jec.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/republicans/2017/7/how-obamacare-tax-hikes-hurt-low-and-middle-income-americans

Obamacare levied other taxes on insurance that have raised costs for consumers. A reinsurance tax ranged from $27 to $63 for each person covered by private insurance and finally expired at the end of last year, with final payments due this year. Another tax that finances a trust fund for comparative effectiveness research is currently $2.26 per person (affecting both private insurance and some Medicare supplemental plans) and will grow with inflation until it expires, with final payments due in 2020. The institute financed by this fund has been criticized by a left-leaning organization for not focusing enough on its core mission.

Hmm....

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Posted in: Georgia runoff elections for Senate too close to call See in context

Democrats lowered taxes under Obama. Let’s try to keep our posts grounded in reality.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/peterferrara/2012/07/19/obama-promised-he-wouldnt-raise-taxes-on-the-middle-class-he-lied/?sh=5725d2a43a79

https://www.americancommitment.org/the-largest-tax-increase-in-history-on-the-middle-class

Obama has imposed the largest tax increase in history on the middle class. Individuals who don't buy insurance will have to pay several hundred dollars, depending on income. The Congressional Budget Office says that 76% of those who pay the mandate tax will make less than 500% of the federal poverty level, estimated to be $24,000 for a family of four in 2016. That means 76% of the payers will earn less than $120,000 a year.

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Posted in: Georgia runoff elections for Senate too close to call See in context

Pelosi sat on her hands for eight months refusing to deal because she didn’t want to give Trump a win.

This is very true. There was never a need to holdout on aid at the time, but it would have given Trump a powerful boost pre-election and she wasn’t going to do it. Don’t know how this runoff is going to go, but I can say for certain that if the Dems will it will be a repeat of 2009 where the Democrats controlled all 3 branches of government and just the first 2 years alone they only focused on raising taxes and the ACA and not much of anything else and even that they couldn’t roll out correctly, which all the shenanigans cost them the House in 2010 and 2014 subsequently the Senate, so if that scenario would easily play out again were that to happen.

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Posted in: McDonald’s brings back monstrous Grand and Giga Big Macs to celebrate New Year See in context

ttps://www.eatthis.com/what-happens-to-your-body-when-you-eat-fast-food/

Nuff said!

You should see what happens to your body when you eat meat or even fish. Either way, live your live and be happy, because you have one, eat and do whatever makes you happy.

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Posted in: In Georgia, final warnings about high-stakes Senate runoffs See in context

Hopefully Trump has done enough damage with his phone call, to defeat the republican candidates.

How? Doesn’t mean you damage or deter people. Conservatives are already beyond angry. Doesn’t matter what Trump says, they’ll be coming out in droves to vote.

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Posted in: Leave your guns at home, Washington police warn pro-Trump rally-goers See in context

The Proud Boys and QAnon, are threatening violence. It won't be the first they will dress like groups of the left. Agent provocateur.

Violence won’t happen, not the usual trademark of conservatives provided people don’t forcefully infringe and threaten to take their rights away.

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Posted in: Proud Boys leader arrested, accused of burning church banner See in context

According to The Economistbetween May 2020 and December 2020, donations to Black Lives Matter related causes amounted to 10.6 billion dollars.[52] "Six months after mass protests began, what is the future of BLM?". The Economist. Retrieved December 18, 2020.(pay-walled)

How is it that a so called organization like BLM make billions, I really want to know that and where did all that money go or does anyone really care?

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Posted in: City in Saitama to build first new cinema complex in almost 30 years See in context

With the lowering prices of large screen TVs and more people investing in home theater systems and the economy on the edge that it is with this pandemic and going into the future, this is more of a waste of money than anything else. You can invest in a quality cinema system and eat like a king, why would anyone nowadays want to spend a lot of money on crappy food and can’t even talk to one another, whereas at home you can party on and really enjoy yourself.

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Posted in: McDonald’s brings back monstrous Grand and Giga Big Macs to celebrate New Year See in context

Shooooot, I’m gettin’ mine tomorrow and I always tell the staff to whip up a fresh batch of fries to go with it, none of that old crap sitting under the hot lamp, fresh out of the fryer, take it home, throw some kimchi on it, now you got a serious meal.

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Posted in: GOP plans to upend Biden win for Trump rips party apart See in context

I disagree. Trump is extremely calculating, he knows that he’s not going to win this, this helps motivate his base and people that weren’t happy with the outcome of this election. He has no challengers on the horizon, none! The GOP is essentially his and as AOC has a strong pull on the progressive wing of....Democrats, I guess, Trump equally has it on the Republican base. Who would challenge him? None of the people even contemplating of challenging him would win. He’s going to milk this for the next 4 years to further expand and strengthen his party and base.

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