Burning Bush comments

Posted in: Russia and Turkey agree to create buffer zone in Syria's Idlib See in context

The clincher is that the Al Qaida rebels must leave the area, my guess is that they won't want to.

Gonna be interesting to watch the dynamic within the rebel held areas as they tussle over this issue.

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Posted in: Trump Jr mocks sexual assault claim against Kavanaugh See in context

Anything to get Trump Junior's name out there is a blessing.

I can see it now, Trump Junior/Jared 2024, what a ticket!

And with Ivanka as Secretary of State.

AIPAC make it happen for us please, we've done so much for you.

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Posted in: Trump says high court nominee 'on track,' as accuser offers to testify See in context

Link please?

I won't hold my breath.

Go ahead and breathe.

His name is Mark Judge, his statement is widely available on global media.

Ford said that he entered the room and separated them, he testified that he was there and nothing inappropriate was happening.

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Posted in: Trump Jr mocks sexual assault claim against Kavanaugh See in context

to compare Kavanaugh's accuser to a school yard crush.

In today's hyper hysterical sekuhara climate, any type of romance, courting or flirting is immediate grounds for dismissal and lifetime blacklisting as a pervert.

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Posted in: Yemen pro-govt forces renew assault on rebel-held Hodeida See in context

Where are all the cease-fire save the civilians cries like we saw for Idlib?

Don't the civilians in Yemen matter?

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Posted in: Russia and Turkey agree to create buffer zone in Syria's Idlib See in context

Well done Vlad, the bringer of peace.

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Posted in: Trump says high court nominee 'on track,' as accuser offers to testify See in context

The witness who Ford claims entered the room and "saved" her just came forward with a sworn statement that the incident never happened as she said it did.

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Posted in: Doctors and nurses rally against Syria regime Idlib offensive See in context

Staged by the White Helmets media arm.

This is how things operate in Al Qaida-held territory.

"Hold this protest sign or we shoot you and your family"

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Posted in: Two people fall ill in restaurant in UK poison attack city See in context

How come the two Russian "secret agents" aren't sick?

They weren't even wearing gloves.

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Posted in: Woman accusing Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct comes forward See in context

Ford told the Post that Kavanaugh and a friend — both "stumbling drunk," she says — corralled her into a bedroom during a house party in Maryland in the early 1980s when she was around 15 and Kavanaugh was around 17. She says Kavanaugh groped her over her clothes, grinded his body against hers and tried to take off her one-piece swimsuit and the outfit she wore over it.

I think 90% of the boys in my high school were guilty of something similar

Digging up high school shenanigans on a 50 year-old is a witch-hunt.

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Posted in: Yemen Houthis fire missile into Saudi Arabia's Jizan province See in context

Another example of hypocrisy.

The world stands by while the Saudis decimate the Houthis.

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Posted in: Syria says Israeli missiles targeted Damascus airport See in context

Shouldn't this blatant aggression and infringement of sovereignty be err umm... condemned by the UN?

Not a peep.

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Posted in: Abe says isle dispute with Russia must be settled before peace treaty can be signed See in context

Interesting that he said "settled" and not "returned".

Capitulation is forthcoming.

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Posted in: Israeli troops kill 3 Palestinians, including boy, in Gaza See in context

Killing unarmed civilians... shouldn't the media be referring to the Israeli government as a "regime"?

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Posted in: Trump's Supreme Court pick denies 1980s sexual assault story See in context

alleged sexual assault on a woman while they were in high school in the 1980s.

Is this a joke?

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Posted in: Manafort pleads guilty; will cooperate with special counsel See in context

A few weeks in a white collar prison (bring your dinner jacket) and retire with a multi-million dollar ghostwritten “memoirs” book deal.

Basically, anti-Trump chumps who buy his “tell-all” book will pay for his lavish retirement, same as every other former Trump aid.

Not a bad deal at all.

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Posted in: Trump, Pompeo bash ex-Secretary of State Kerry on Iran talks See in context

Why is Iran the be-all end-all of US foreign policy. There are over 200 countries in the world, what's so special about Iran?

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Posted in: As Trump threatens election meddlers, Russia says 'so what?' See in context

Behold the latest Russian superweapon... meddling.

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Posted in: Syria and Jordan begin talks on opening vital border crossing See in context

Nice to see normalcy and civility finally returning to the region.

The only pocket of mad max Al Qaida territory left is Idlib, but the US seems to want to let that cesspool fester indefinitely.

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Posted in: Russians in UK spy case say they wanted to see cathedral; Britain calls it lies See in context

If these guys were "known GRU agents", why weren't the British authorities tailing them?

Are known Russian agents allowed to roam freely in Western countries without constant surveillance?

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Posted in: IWC backs Brazil project to protect whales See in context

It's natural and normal in the environment for animals to eat other animals, it's the cycle of life.

Like it or not, humans are creatures of the earth, just like tigers or lions.

Humans must eat and have a naturally endowed right to eat other animals, just like a lion has the right to eat a gazelle.

That's nature, live with it and in it.

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Posted in: Stormy Daniels promises to tell all in memoir due out Oct 2 See in context

A dose of reality for everyone.

None of these quasi-celebs in Washington have either the time, patience or ability to write a full-fledged book.

The only thing they have is a marketable name.

The publishing houses know that, so they approach these characters right on the tail end of their fame and offer them a multi-million dollar ghostwritten book deal. Usually under the following conditions.


Exclusive rights to a book (meaning no other publisher can also release a "memoirs" book

They have to agree to be interviewed by researchers from the publishing company.

The publishing company then interviews the celebrity and then send the answers to the staff writers at the publishing company who weave together a story based on the interview.

Once the book is finished the celebrity receives a media pack full of simple to read prepared comments and answers to potential questions should they arise about the book in TV interviews.

It's SOP in the book industry folks.

She didn't write the book... when do you think she even would have found the time?

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Posted in: Stormy Daniels promises to tell all in memoir due out Oct 2 See in context

One thing's for sure, everybody associated with Trump walks away with a multi-million dollar payoff via a book deal.

Courtesy of the millions of liberal chumps willing to pay 30 dollars for ghostwritten drivel.

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Posted in: Trump's U.S. loses role as Mideast peace mediator See in context

The Israelis have been stalling and obstructing the peace process successfully for 70 years now, all the while building settlements year after year, squeezing the Palestinians into a smaller and smaller pocket.

At least US complicity in this crime is out in the open now and the US isn't pretending to be a "mediator".

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Posted in: Stormy Daniels promises to tell all in memoir due out Oct 2 See in context

As yes, another "memoirs released" ghostwritten book.

I bet she only wrote one word, and that's her signed name on the million dollar contract.

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Posted in: Insider Trump resisters are not heroes See in context

The guy is a sly coward at best and a traitor at worst.

He's undermining the American government from within while keeping a fake smile on his face in his personal interactions with his coworkers.

I don't understand how about can have respect for this type of slimeball.

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Posted in: Experts: Global extremism threat has grown since 9/11 See in context

Didn't you get the memo?

Al Qaida are the good guys now, look at Idlib.

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Posted in: Japanese firms dealing with Russia feel little impact from U.S. sanctions See in context

So the sanctions are failing, or rather being ignored.


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Posted in: Woodward book goes on sale as ex-Trump aides push back See in context

Curious to see what this “resistance” group is going to do.

Trump’s not going anywhere, and influential groups like the NRA will have his back until the bitter end.

Interesting to seven how this plays out.

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Posted in: Putin, Xi flip pancakes at Russian economic forum See in context

China and Russia comprise a larger portion of humanity than NATO, almost twice as much in fact.

These guys are the real international community.

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