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Posted in: Millions living in U.S. illegally targeted for possible deportation under Trump rules See in context

Whoa, I didn't know labor is the sole factor for price fluctuation on goods. Thankfully some anonymous economists on an English-language Japanese news site are the authority on that. Also, I am so stupid to be incredulous that only illegals are employed in the American construction, restaurant and landscaping industries and that the American work force is too small and hard-working to be employed in them. History has proven that only illegals have perform these jobs since the founding of the USA. Thank you for showing the errors of my beliefs, Mr. nakanoguy

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Posted in: Trump cruises to Electoral College victory despite protests See in context

Ha, didn't vote for the man but I'm loving the tears he produced from his critics. To top it off, Clinton gets the most faithless electors in the 19th and 20th centuries - how humiliating. I'm looking forward to some commenters doing nothing but whining (or blowback, whatever you want to call it) from their keyboard for the next 4 years.

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Posted in: N Carolina man charged with assaulting protester at Trump rally See in context


Here's something you won't see on this site. A political sign could get a gun pulled on me by the anti-Trump crowd.

Both sides have stupid people. Indeed an electrifying presidential race.

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Posted in: Migrants stuck at closed borders, others seeking new routes See in context

The US is to blame for this. The US made EU accept these refugees into their borders, the US is preventing Muslim countries like Saudia Arabia, Quatar and Turkey from accepting these refugees . The US is to blame for what actions the refugees take in EU countries. The US caused the protests in March 2011 that quickly escalated to the events today. Yes, continue to blame the US.

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Posted in: Sanders victorious in Michigan; Trump keeps winning See in context

Sander's win in the Michigan Democratic primary defied the odds. However, he only won +7 delegates over Clinton in the delegate total and he is still well behind. Quit crying about how the media is anti-Sanders; facts are facts. Sanders is going to have to do better than ~50% (like he did in Michigan) in Florida, Illinois and Ohio to catch up to Clinton (assuming superdelegates stay put). I look forward to next Tuesday.

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Posted in: Sweeping wins for Trump, Clinton on Super Tuesday See in context

"Although the polls show both Clinton and Sanders beating Trump in the election, so I guess it's all good."

Yes, polls at this stage in the race are 100% indicative of what will happen. Let me also say something equally stupid: Democratic turnout in the primaries so far are less than the Republican ones, therefore the GOP candidate in November will surely win. I know it's a liberal echo chamber here but try to be realistic.

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Posted in: Police officer fires warning shot after being charged at by knife-wielding 15-year-old boy See in context

Ha, I suppose everyone here is a trained policeman. What this officer did was reckless in firing a warning shot that may have hit someone else. Then there is a scuffle that by luck, no one was hurt or killed. Let me know when you are an officer or a common person and you want to "subdue" an attacker with what this officer did. This was luck, not a situation where it will happen 100% of the time. Don't want to get killed? Don't come at a police officer with a knife. It's really that simple.

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Posted in: Republicans brawl, Clinton sails toward Super Tuesday See in context

Nervous Democrats and media call Trump names for the 500,000th time this month.

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Posted in: Trump notches 3rd straight win in Nevada caucuses See in context

Increasingly nervous man and media calls Trump names for the 10000th time this month.

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Posted in: Trump notches 3rd straight win in Nevada caucuses See in context

There's that word again, "free". I'd like someone on this site to explain how "free" healthcare will be financed and passed in the US. Go ahead because the US is obviously like other countries with their "free" healthcare and higher education.

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