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Posted in: Merkel renews demand that Turkey drop Nazi comparisons See in context

"did say last week that it reserves the right to impose entry bans as a “last resort.” Be careful with the "Entry Bans"....that is not working so well for us in the United States. I must wonder why so many immigrants decided to head to Europe and not stay in an area where their beliefs are practiced.

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Posted in: U.S. denies striking mosque in Syria amid high death toll See in context

Lets just say I disagree with Crazy Joe...The Muslim Ban...is what some see. I see the fact that these countries are Muslims countries because they kill, persecute, harass pretty much anyone who is not of the Muslim faith. The fact these countries are Muslim is a byproduct of their hatred and intolerance of those who are not in line with their beliefs.

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Posted in: Cities ask federal judge to keep Trump travel ban on hold See in context

“xenophobia and religious discrimination” ......really. Religious discrimination....take a look at the 7 countries listed. At one point some said it targets "Muslims". Some countries have next to little or nearly no Christian citizens. Reason being is that for centuries Muslims in those areas behead...persecute...kill those whom are not of the Muslim faith. So the fact that these are Muslim countries is merely a byproduct of their hatred of anyone whom is not Muslim, ergo your reasoning is flawed.

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Posted in: Canada: Airlines must ensure pilots sober in cockpit See in context

Canada: Airlines must ensure pilots sober in cockpit. One would think that this would be a common sense issue. I am sure glad that they threw that out there to clear things up.

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Posted in: Autopsy on N Korean inconclusive as 4th person arrested See in context

"He said she and another woman performed stunts which involved convincing men to close their eyes and then spraying them with water." I read another article on this same issue and they said...."investigators had no idea how the poison got into the bottle"..seriously....umm It's just a guess but maybe someone put it in there?

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Posted in: Worsening labor shortage taking toll on sick workers See in context

Wow......this is kind of strange. In many places if one works said amount of hours then they can expect to paid at the rate they hired on for said hours worked. To work and not be paid by your employer...how is that even legal? To find your own replacement....does that not fall under employer duties and not employee. I realize different country different labor laws....but this is beyond me. In some places this would make a lawsuit. When I read articles like this I am reminded just how thankful I should be for my job.

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Posted in: Trump considering 'brand new order' after travel ban halted See in context

"Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen - have raised terrorism concerns. The states have argued that the executive order unconstitutionally blocked entry based on religion" Based on Religion....well in some of these countries there is little to zero Christians. Mainly because many Muslims persecute ...kill...anybody whom is not Muslim. These countries being Muslim is a byproduct of their own making through violence and intimidation of those whom are not. Ergo.....their logic is flawed.

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Posted in: U.S. approves $7 bil in aircraft sales to Arab allies See in context

Too funny....I would not trust these countries with a potato gun. Saudi Arabia....if they are ever attacked again the first thing they will do is run and leave behind said Military hardware for the enemy. This is the most unstable area of the world...do really think any Military hardware is safe?

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Posted in: Trump puts new spotlight on Long Island gang killings See in context

The article focused on the killings of five teenagers from the same New York City suburb and suspicions that the slayings were the work of a street gang, MS-13, that has roots in El Salvador and has been linked to at least 30 killings on Long Island since 2010.

“It’s not a good thing,” said Maryann Sinclair Slutsky, executive director of the immigrant advocacy group Long Island Wins. “I don’t know why he’s picking Long Island. The entire immigrant community is terrified. All immigrants in that community feel uncomfortable. There’s profiling going on and whether they are totally upstanding citizens, they are going to feel targeted in some way.”

So Maryann Slutsky has no idea why he is pointing out Long Island. Is this woman for real....so Trump should do nothing and let the killings continue? This is part of the problem in America....Uh....We need help but if you do it we are going to complain. If you cant help yourselves then just be thankful that someone else is willing to do it for you. So in other words Slutsky.......say thank you.

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Posted in: Matt Damon defends being cast for 'Great Wall' See in context

Damon, 46, plays an English mercenary in the upcoming $150 million adventure fantasy.

Why would you give a Asian actor the part of an "English" mercenary?

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Posted in: Trump would 'love' to broker peace between Palestinians, Israel See in context

In order to broker peace....don't both sides have to want it? I just do not get that feeling.

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Posted in: 'Exhausted' Kanye West hospitalized; cancels tour after bizarre rants See in context

Apparently running his mouth is both physically and mentally draining....who knew.

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Posted in: Clinton, Obama pledge to unite behind Trump presidency See in context

Trump wins and guess what....there is rioting in California because he won, what a joke. Exactly who is deplorable now?

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Posted in: FBI clears Clinton after new email review See in context

Did you commoners really expect anything else to happen.

This investigation has been brought to you.....bought and paid for by the Clinton Foundation.

Thank you for your "Blind" support.

Sincerely Hillary.

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Posted in: Who are you voting for? See in context

I just love this photo...he's making sure Melania votes for him or he is watching her in order to learn how to work said voting device.....or both. Awesome...........

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Posted in: Trump edges closer to White House win See in context

Funny........paste:"Every time I would push a candidate for the Republican party, it would come up for the Democratic candidate," Pennsylvania voter David Drane told KDKA.

Election judges in Clinton Township, Butler County, did, in fact, confirm there were issues with two of their eight automated voting machines, and that most of the issues resulted when people tried to vote for a straight party ticket.

However, others reported when they specifically tried to vote for Trump, regardless of the rest of their ticket, they saw their vote flip before their eyes to Democrat Hillary Clinton.

"I went back, pressed Trump again," Bobbie Lee Hawranko told KDKA.:end paste

Well I guess it is not called "CLINTON Township" for nothing. More reports are surfacing of voting machines with the same issue. I'll bet Putin is laughing his head off....thinking "Russia would never need to hack Hillary's server because America does enough damage to itself.

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Posted in: Republican legislative candidate tweets Obama should be hanged See in context

State House candidate Mike McGarghan, running to represent a district in Burlington, is standing by a tweet he posted this year calling for Obama to be hanged for treason.

More than one person suggested the threat against Obama could be a crime.

Calling for someone to be hanged and saying "I'm going to hang" are completely different. I do not know the exact language but I do not see this a threat...more of an opinion. Hillary should be sent to jail....did I just threaten her?

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Posted in: Russia voted off U.N. Human Rights Council See in context

Seriously.....Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, all are part of it but Russia did not make it. Good Lord.....what a sham.

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Posted in: Face saver: Surgical masks worn at speed dating sessions See in context

As a person who isn't that great looking.......I think it is an awesome idea.

He is not much to look at.....but he has a great personality.

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Posted in: Obama disputes Trump on rigged election, tells him to 'stop whining' See in context

•John Quincy Adams who lost by 44,804 votes to Andrew Jackson in 1824...Adams still elected President. •Rutherford B. Hayes who lost by 264,292 votes to Samuel J. Tilden in 1876..Hayes still elected President. •Benjamin Harrison who lost by 95,713 votes to Grover Cleveland in 1888....Harrison still elected President. •George W. Bush who lost by 543,816 votes to Al Gore in the 2000 election...Bush still elected President..

So "We the People" can elect a candidate but if they do not get the "Electoral Votes" then the "We the People" votes mean nothing?

It kind of defeats calling your self a Democracy when the peoples votes are ignored.

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Posted in: Film '13th' traces path from slavery to U.S. mass incarceration See in context

Qwerty....I thought it was more than 50% or maybe that is just violent crime.

More Statistics......from humanevents.com

When Holder delivered his 2009 “nation-of-cowards” speech blaming racism for racial separation, Manhattan Institute’s Heather Mac Donald suggested that our attorney general study his crime statistics.

In New York from January to June 2008, 83 percent of all gun assailants were black, according to witnesses and victims, though blacks were only 24 percent of the population. Blacks and Hispanics together accounted for 98 percent of all gun assailants. Forty-nine of every 50 muggings and murders in the Big Apple were the work of black or Hispanic criminals.....end paste.

These types of stats go on year after year....yet many people seem to think it is the Whites faults. Do you ever hear anyone say thanks for the over 300 thousand soldiers that died on the Northern side fighting against Slavery during the Civil War?

Pants up don't Loot.

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Posted in: Trump goes after Bill Clinton See in context

Well if the Clintons do get back into the White House.......they can no longer blame the dogs for all the stains on the carpet......haha

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Posted in: Australia's Hanson targets Muslims in Senate speech See in context

Well somebody had to agree with her as she was elected.

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Posted in: Japanese firms wage war on 'smell harassment' See in context

A person can shower everyday before work but when it is 85 degrees out with 90% humidity it does not take long to feel like you need another shower. I can tolerate those individuals that do what they can.....it is the other guy that smells like he has not showered in a couple of days that makes me gag. When I can tell that you have been in a room 5 minutes after you left....something is wrong.

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Posted in: Obama: Clinton 'steady,' Trump 'not fit in any way' to lead See in context

So the guy that said America has 57 states calls someone else unworthy. Obama is not as bad as Hillary in the lie department but I do not think Hillary is fit at all.


The now-retired general counsel and chief of staff of the House Judiciary Committee, who supervised Hillary when she worked on the Watergate investigation, says Hillary’s history of lies and unethical behavior goes back farther … and goes much deeper … than anyone realizes.

Jerry Zeifman, a lifelong Democrat, supervised the work of 27-year-old Hillary Rodham on the committee. Hillary got a job working on the investigation at the behest of her former law professor, Burke Marshall, who was also Sen. Ted Kennedy’s chief counsel in the Chappaquiddick affair. When the investigation was over, Zeifman fired Hillary from the committee staff and refused to give her a letter of recommendation … one of only three people who earned that dubious distinction in Zeifman’s 17-year career.


“Because she was a liar,” Zeifman said in an interview last week. “She was an unethical, dishonest lawyer. She conspired to violate the Constitution, the rules of the House, the rules of the committee and the rules of confidentiality.”

How could a 27-year-old House staff member do all that? She couldn’t do it by herself, but Zeifman said she was one of several individuals … including Marshall, special counsel John Doar and senior associate special counsel (and future Clinton White House Counsel) Bernard Nussbaum … who engaged in a seemingly implausible scheme to deny Richard Nixon the right to counsel during the investigation.

When it comes to lies...unethical behavior...backstabbing..Hillary is cradled in the thick of it. Yet it is like her supporters are to blind to see it or just do not want to acknowledge said behavior that has gone on for decades. I am not saying Trump is the picture of morality. However Hillary has in no way shown "Strength of Character".."Personal Accountability" or a "Commitment to Excellence" since she has been in the Political Arena....which pretty much her whole life.

As for myself this election basically comes down to which one is the "Lesser of two Evils".

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Posted in: U.S. sees 'disturbing trend' as Iran threatens to shoot down planes See in context

It is a good thing Obama spearheaded the Nuclear deal with Iran otherwise they might hostile to the USA.

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Posted in: Trump ramps up minority outreach with Philadelphia visit See in context

Many years ago when one wanted to keep their countries borders secure, help deport illegals aka criminals, or prevent people who would do your country harm from entering it....one was called a Patriot for trying to protect the people. Today many people call such individuals racists.

Build a wall....racist. Stop Muslims from flooding into the country without thoroughly vetting them...racists. Please stop taking in the Syrian refugees....racists. Why not just throw money at them....There, we did our part.

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Posted in: Dropbox says 68 million user IDs stolen See in context

68 million clients.....I had to read the article to find out what "Dropbox" was. I guess I am a little behind the times. :(

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Posted in: Transport ministry raids Mitsubishi Motors over mileage-cheating scandal See in context

Paste"Mitsubishi’s reputation was hammered by a massive cover-up of defects that surfaced in the early 2000s." I do not know what defects they are talking about but I liked my first Eclipse so much I bought another. They say "Don't Drink and Drive"...I have one worse...Sleeping and Driving. That is how I totaled my first Eclipse which had 150,000 miles on it. I bought my second in 2004 with 30,000 on it and now it has 290,000 miles on it. Of course I always did recommend maintenance on them other than that....I think the Eclipse is an awesome car. Today, do their cars have a lot of problems?

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Posted in: Tokyo water parks go on code red alert after pool attacks See in context

and Paste: “Some people seek these kinds of outlets when they aren’t able to satisfy themselves through normal sex.” If this is their outlet what would make you think that anything is "Normal" about their sex.

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