JuliusCaesar comments

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

There's a new sheriff in town. He's come to expel the illegal foreigners.

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Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden See in context

Turns out Trump was right about Sweden.

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Posted in: Executive order that incarcerated Japanese Americans is 75 See in context

They were treated better than Americans in Japan during the same time period now weren't they?

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Posted in: U.S. pledges nuclear defense for Japan, S Korea after N Korean missile launch See in context

"U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Thursday pledged that Washington would use the full range of its arsenal."

This includes the 'Those we shall not speak of weapons' such as the submarines and those things (remote controled mini-space shuttles) NASA launches and orbits. But defending with THADD is a must to protect Tokyo and Fukushima. I agree China is the unkown.

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Posted in: Trump criticizes 'fake media' on Flynn story See in context

Local headlines: Orlando Sentinel- a new ride at Disneyworld, Florida Today- NASA wants to launch something. Daytona News- veteran gets beaten up trying to save sea turtle. Flynn? Yep. That's big news in Florida....I actually meant the new Disney cable car. Flynn is not even an after thought.

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Posted in: Trump criticizes 'fake media' on Flynn story See in context

So speaking to the Russians (illegally) was okay, but reporting it wasn't? What's fake is this loon's grip on reality.... Can he really last 4 years? I doubt it.

Low gas prices, low taxes and jobs everywhere. If this keeps up looks like he will last 8 years to me. Thumbs up to Bass4funk for his accurate posts.

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Posted in: Trump's national security adviser Flynn resigns over contacts with Russia See in context

Low gas prices, lot's of jobs everywhere!, no major wars. Most of us support closing the border (unless you believe CNN and others). Tell me Lunatic-liberal fringe other than ad hominem....what have you got that's tangible? I thought so.......

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Posted in: Off to Florida See in context

It will be a great day for golf or anything tomorrow. They will be down by Miami where it's nice but too suburban for me. Space Coast is better for parks and fishing. The eyes of Japan are on Florida today.

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Posted in: Abe arrives in Washington for talks with Trump See in context

"Abe gave excellent image of Japan."

He certainly has! He and mini-me Trump-Masayoshi Son- are leading a boom here on the Space Coast. Just great news! Ahh! Nice, low gas prices, jobs everywhere, no twitter accounts and we can drink the water. Enjoy the golfing while you're here Mr. Abe!

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Posted in: Promises, pomp and protests as Trump sworn in See in context

"Pretty fitting that Trump's illegitimate presidency kicks off by sneakily using photos from Obama's inauguration to make up the numbers."

I voted. Went to the polls. My vote and all of Florida's was confirmed. All the states were. Trump became president yesterday. Did you miss something here? Were you involved in the vote confirmation process?

Let's get something straight...ok? There is no protest movement here. There is no grassroots protest movement. There are no Chicago 8 situations here. There are no American soldiers dying in the jungles in front of the Trump tower. The 'anti-Trump' movement only exsists in the media and Hollywood. There is no sympathy at all for this kind of thing from anybody but the hysterical, ad hominem spewing liberal left lunatic fringe.

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Posted in: Anti-Trump rally in Tokyo See in context

There were about 500 protesters in DC today. Not quite the thousands that were predicted. There is no sympathy for any of these violent protesters anywhere here. Do you understand? The left didn't make any friends with this. Just the opposite. The left and the media come out of it smelling like manure.

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Posted in: Kawasaki's association with reality TV show 'Apprentice' uncertain over Trump's continued involvement See in context

Creating Jobs, keeping jobs from moving overseas, high stock market, low gas prices, marginalizing the media.... Someone? anyone? Help us in Florida! It's the Trump effect.....pros...pros-peri-ty.

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Posted in: Trump sweeps into Washington with a wave and a salute See in context

Here on the ground in the states the protesters have started massing. From coast to coast they have come. Crowds and crowds of people who have put their lives on hold to come and protest the new president. What an expression of free speech and patriotism...it brings tears to my eyes. It's time like this I feel.....wait a minute! Oh sorry, I had an old 'Bastille Day' movie running on the TV. Well, anyway....perhaps later we will see the masses gather and protest. But right now, the situation is like the calm before the storm.....Oh! no, sorry again. I got the weather channel on this time. But I'll be sure to let you know about the forthcoming 'great protest' of the people(paid for by George Soros). After I come back from fishing of course.

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Posted in: Thousands of demonstrators plan to disrupt Trump inauguration See in context

This is a paid protest. There is no sympathy from the general populous here in our communities for violence or otherwise. Much to the chagrin of the media, it will be insignificant.

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Posted in: The benefits for Japan of a U.S. military withdrawal See in context

"if U.S. bases in Japan were removed, North Korea would have no reason for missiles targeting them, or South Korean and U.S. bases in Korea."

Answered in sarcastic Vin Diesel voice: "If you say so...."

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Posted in: Wozniacki ousted; Osaka out due to injury in Auckland See in context

Naomi is one of the best young players we have in Florida. Actually, except for a few players in Monaco, we have them all.

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Posted in: SoftBank to invest $1 billion in OneWeb See in context

Cheers to Softbank! 3,000 jobs for us here. Keep it coming to the Space Coast.

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Posted in: Trump says reports Russia helped him in U.S. election are 'ridiculous' See in context

It was a Clinton insider who released the e-mails....trust me...I know a thing or two about traitors.

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

Condoleezza Rice would make a good president in my opinion. More acceptable than Trump?

He was judged the loser of all three presidential debates with Clinton.

Yes, yes Hillary Clinton is certainly a master debater.

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Posted in: Trump wins White House; Clinton concedes defeat See in context

Also, interestingly enough the first time in 35 years that a Bush or Clinton hasn't either been president, running for president or in a major leadership position

Well, you're wrong again. Barack Obama wasn't adopted by either family.

Such ignorance is the hot air beneath Trump's flea-infested wings.

Clinton supports could benefit from remedial reading classes. Clinton was secretary of state under Obama. Selective ignorance serves the democrats well....or it did until yesterday.

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Posted in: Trump wins White House; Clinton concedes defeat See in context

@ Bill Murphy

A small correction for you. Florida is an east coast state. And Trump won Florida. I agree with what you said, let's give him a chance.

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Posted in: Trump wins White House; Clinton concedes defeat See in context

That is unbelievable.. What exactly comes next I wonder

We get up. We go to work. Our children go to school, etc. What did you expect? That Hillary would come and take care of you?

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Posted in: Trump wins White House; Clinton concedes defeat See in context

"Meet the new boss....same as the old boss!"

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Posted in: On Nov 9, tens of millions of Americans will awaken to the realization that someone they loathe will be the 45th president of the United States due to the bitter political divide in the country. How c See in context

This election has been different. There will be no unity afterwards. This has been a choice of the lesser of two evils.

After the Obama-Rommey election we were resigned to the fact Obama won and moved on from there.

This time there is nothing of the sort. The winner will be despised and hated by the other side. Either way the average American loses this election.

Caesar has spoken....and voted.

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Posted in: Clinton, Trump target two different Americas in final push See in context

Special report: Battle Ground Florida

We go live to Florida with our imbedded reporter J. Caesar

"Florida has been rocked by the news that Trump now appears to have edged ahead of Clinton in the latest presidential poll taken somehwhere in Florida, done by people we don't know and whose credibility we can't check. Anyway, despite reports to the contary, the sun does appear to be rising! Yes, it is the sun! Wide spread distruction was forecast but it appears Floridians are feed up this election and they just want it to go away. From Florida, this is J. Caesar, thank you."

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Posted in: Clinton, Trump warn of dire consequences if rival wins See in context

A new poll of early voting in Florida shows nearly 30% of registered Republicans crossing over to vote for Hillary.

This is phenomenal! (and "interesting")

http://heavy.com/news/2016/11/2016-election-florida-polls-polling-donald-trump-hillary-clinton-winning-losing-early-voters-voting-republicans/

Here's the link. OP was selective in the information he/she chose to post. All polls taken together indicate a close race at this time. It can be equally said 21% of democrats voted for Trump.

"If you must break the law, do it to seize power: in all other cases observe it."

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Posted in: Clinton says she won't be 'knocked off course' in final week See in context

Do you not get the meaning of less when nothing was there to begin with ?? And just to correct that NYT poll was of Florida. What Trump is counting on is a swing like that in FL translating to a noticeable ,if not large,swing nationwide. The way things are going now I say 10-12 states for Clinton max.

@ Lizz, From the Space Coast, it's a nice day here and I can see the VAB over at NASA clearly. Your observations about Trump carrying Florida are going to come true. As for the rest of your prediction I don't know...Caesar has spoken.

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Posted in: Democrats sue Trump for alleged voter intimidation in four states See in context

Men in general are quick to believe that which they wish to be true.

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Posted in: Nishikori, Cilic advance to Swiss Indoors final See in context

Go Kei! He's one of the best tennis players we have in Florida. It's good to see a home town boy doing so good! Ganbare!

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Posted in: Sony making series about life of Venezuela's Hugo Chavez See in context

George Lopez is available.

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