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Posted in: Trump ousts McMaster; picks hawk Bolton as national security adviser See in context

The swamp has never been measured by length of time it is measured by misdeeds such as all the ones I listed.

The swamp as described by the Trump people during election time was the establishment. Bolton and Pompeo are establishment.

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Posted in: Trump ousts McMaster; picks hawk Bolton as national security adviser See in context

if all else fails and any of our adversaries threaten us, try to strike or attack us and our allies, of course we should go to war.

Unfortunately we had none of those excuses for Iraq. We just wanted someone to pay for 9-11, and in our bloodlust, Saddam made a convenient (but wrong) target.

We're still paying for that hubris. I'd love it if we didn't make that mistake again.

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Posted in: Trump ousts McMaster; picks hawk Bolton as national security adviser See in context

The poll notes that more than 7 in 10 Americans polled in each political group, Republican, Democrat and independent, believe in a deep state.

Yeah, but you also have to consider that roughly 70% of us Americans are idiots.

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Posted in: Some women selling nude selfies online for easy money See in context

The article says she got arrested for "obscenity" which means, I guess, that she sold an uncensored image of her private parts. Which is a crime (stupid indeed, but the law is like this).

Sad that showing something that roughly 50% of the world has, is considered obscene.

That idea seems obscene.

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Posted in: Trump ousts McMaster; picks hawk Bolton as national security adviser See in context

Yes, please keep believing this is the reason. So what is the plan to get these ignorant voters to vote the way they were "supposed to" next time? Just cant believe that voters wouldnt do exactly what they are told by liberals and the deep state, how dare they?

Can someone tell me if this post is in irony, or is a serious post? It sure seems like someone being stupid on purpose, but I am too new to tell.

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Posted in: Abe to have lunch with Obama on Sunday See in context

He deserved the prize because he was VOTED into office by the American people who were sick of Bush?

I don't really think he deserved a peace prize, due to his usage of drones that killed thousands of innocents.

But I think the reason he got it was because after the disaster that Bush created in the ME through his lies about WMDs, Obama went around and really tried to clean up the image of America around the world, and bring people together. That is much more peaceful than the antagonistic speech of the current administration.

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Posted in: Trump ousts McMaster; picks hawk Bolton as national security adviser See in context

You start by complaining about anyone appointed no matter what.

That's American politics. The Republicans were doing the same thing during the last administration. This behavior has just continued with the current administration.

It's nothing for anyone to get angry over anymore, as both sides do it. It's now the status quo.

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Posted in: Abe to have lunch with Obama on Sunday See in context

I think nice lunch. For Trump, Humberger for thhhhree meals for three days.

Some people don't like Japanese food, and there are some amazing hamburgers in Tokyo.

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Posted in: Trump edges closer to China tariffs; EU, S Korea exempted but not Japan See in context

Although I despise Trump, he is correct that China has been stealing technology from other countries. I'm not sure that a trade war is the best way to deal with that issue, but it's an issue that should be dealt with.

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Posted in: Abe to have lunch with Obama on Sunday See in context

Obama won his Nobel because he was very good at starting wars and destroying the Middle East and creating IS.

Obama didn't start any wars, and the middle east was destroyed by the Bush administration, which resulted in the creation of ISIS.

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Posted in: Trump ousts McMaster; picks hawk Bolton as national security adviser See in context

This exemplifies everything that's wrong with Trump supporters. They themselves admit they have no desire to make the US a better country; they simply want to cause maximum suffering to their fellow Americans who happen to have different views. Truly a nihilistic cult of destruction lacking any sort of moral compass.

Trolls literally won the whitehouse.

That's not to say all Trump voters were trolls, many were good people who made a bad decision, when faced with two bad decisions.

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Posted in: Trump ousts McMaster; picks hawk Bolton as national security adviser See in context

No, the appointment signals the disappearance of the last traces of any sanity within the White House.

I don't think that the white house has had any sanity during this administration. It's been an absolute mess.

But that said, I think we need to give up on the idea of anything signaling the end of anything with the Trump administration. It's shown itself to be extremely resilient to all sorts of issues that would bring down other administrations. We just need to keep on being persistent with pointing out the administration's faults, but give up on speculation that anything will end it. The only thing that looks to be able to end it are elections. Midterms in November will help put a reign on some of the administrations power, and in two years, we can get a new president. In the meantime, we just have to be persistent in pointing out the fallacies of this administration, so that the voters don't forget just how bad Trump's administration is.

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Posted in: Trump edges closer to China tariffs; EU, S Korea exempted but not Japan See in context

USA: Time to end the tariffs.

Unfortunately a trade war is unlikely to end that easily.

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Posted in: Trump edges closer to China tariffs; EU, S Korea exempted but not Japan See in context

I wonder how China will respond. They could screw the American economy if they wanted. They also own so much American debt - will they stop lending money to America, or call in their debts?

This could mess with the world economy really.

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Posted in: White House doctor says Trump in 'excellent' overall health See in context

I knew this was fake news. Now they’re admitting that trump has heart disease and they ‘left out’ the test that found it in the report.

The president is fat and slothenly. He’s on his deathbed. This heart disease proves it. Anyone who was stupid enough to believe that he really got an excellent bill of health must be blind, you can see how fat he is just looking at him. The whole report can’t be trusted.

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Posted in: U.S. Navy filing homicide charges against 2 ship commanders See in context

The guy is the Teflon Don all because of the white guilt the is rife among the mainstream media. 

Finally one of the right admits that their hatred of Obama is based in race.

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Posted in: Bannon refuses to comply with U.S. House subpoena See in context

Shouldn't he call for an immediate session of Congress?

No.

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Posted in: Bannon refuses to comply with U.S. House subpoena See in context

Takeda i dont have to prove it, its already out there. You dont write an acquittal on someone months before the investigation is done on someone.

I agree, just like it's already out there that the president is a rapist. You don't claim that you can just 'grab women by the...' if you aren't a rapists.

The rapist in chief. It's out there. We don't have to prove it.

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Posted in: U.S. government shutdown looms amid harsh immigration exchange See in context

Who says that the loser of an election is entitled to an equal deal or that they have any say in what is “acceptable” or not for them?

No one. So why are the Republicans having so much troubles keeping the government running?

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Posted in: Trump's own words revive debate over whether he's racist See in context

President Trump is very far from being a racists

The man refused to rent to people based on the colour of their skin. That is textbook racial discrimination. It's undeniable that he is a racist. The only question according to some posters here is whether or not such racism is justified.

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Posted in: Bitcoin slides 18% on crackdown fears; crypto rivals also plunge See in context

Bitcoin evangelists always say that the government should stay out of their business and has no reason to regulate cryptocurrencies

There is no way to regulate cryptocurrencies. There is no controlling institution to be able to apply any regulation. Only the exchanges can be regulated, not the currency itself.

Especially when we now see people mortgaging their homes to invest in Bitcoin.

Is anyone actually doing that? I haven't seen it anywhere.

Way too risky of an 'investment' to risk your first home on. Maybe if they were mortgaging a secondary home or something.

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Posted in: Trump says 'I'm not a racist;' keeps door open for DACA deal See in context

It wasn’t about color. 

It was literally about colour. He was denying all black people based on their being black.

You have stated that this type of racial discrimination is ok though:

Many of them were dealing, as far as dangerous, that would depend, but profiling we did, the police did, the store owners did, the crime rate for Blacks was so high back then, so yes, we did profile, maybe you don’t think it’s right

So the discussion isn't whether not it was racism - you've agreed it was, and we all agree it was. The issue now is whether racism is justified.

The declaration of independence says it's not. But some people place their political team over one of our most important documents.

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Posted in: A growing number of actors are renouncing Woody Allen See in context

Woody Allen is not one of mine.

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Posted in: Trump says 'I'm not a racist;' keeps door open for DACA deal See in context

Who’s the racist? 

Anyone who won't rent to people based on the colour of their skin, rather than their personal background. And anyone who thinks that is ok.

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Posted in: Trump says 'I'm not a racist;' keeps door open for DACA deal See in context

I don't see the problem. He was a racist, but it's ok because black people are criminals. At least that's my take from reading these comments.

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Posted in: White House doctor says Trump in 'excellent' overall health See in context

He he was also Obama’s personal physician, if he diagnosed Trump wrongly, then he must’ve done the same to Obama all those years.

Fake news. Trump obviously doctored the reports.

The only concern the good doctor has is his cholesterol is kind of high and he needs to lose weight and change his diet a bit

I'm not even a doctor and I could have diagnosed this. The guy is crazy fat.

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Posted in: U.S. government shutdown looms amid harsh immigration exchange See in context

Damn Democrats, doing what we did. Damn them all to hell.

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Posted in: A growing number of actors are renouncing Woody Allen See in context

Isn't this old news? The guy married his step-daughter, and has been accused of groping his ex-wife's child. It's been known he's a sleaze for years.

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Posted in: U.S. government shutdown looms amid harsh immigration exchange See in context

I remember when the Republicans shut down the government as opposition, then blamed the democrats. Now they are shutting down the government as the leaders - and still blaming the democrats.

Seems that they just want to blame the democrats no matter what happens.

How has our country turned out like this?

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Posted in: No. of flu patients rises in Japan with 1.24 mil reported in a week See in context

Please stop repeating the lie that wearing a mask protects yourself and others.

It's not a lie. If masks are used effectively, they protect both the wearer and others.

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