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Posted in: Hundreds of thousands of women stage anti-Trump protests across U.S. See in context

Holy rotten mackerel! What a stink! What do right wing lunatics think they're doing talking about abortion being wrong. These crowds represent another group of individuals who should not only have free abortions but should be encouraged to abort.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for attacking sleeping husband See in context

Wasn't there an old song "Love Hurts"

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Posted in: Trump voices new doubts about Russian efforts to sway U.S. vote See in context

LFRAgain

Anyone who can ever believe anything reported by a spy agency from any nation has got to be smoking crack.

>The Federal Bureau of Investigation is not a spy agency. It's America's top law enforcement body. The NSA is also not a spy body. The CIA, sure, no doubt about them. They spy. But you're barking up the wrong tree otherwise.

FBI was a domestic law enforcement agency but since 911 it has been retasked to counter terrorism. Therefore, it is now primarily a domestic spy agency. NSA has never had a mission other than spying on signals. But regardless, I submit that none of the bunch get many points for honesty.

Also, Putin was the communist KGB operative... would he not naturally be inclined to support the communist Clinton?

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Posted in: 9 things Obama will be remembered for See in context

I'll remember Mr. Obama as our most eloquacious President ever. He could read a teleprompter almost like a pro. I’m not sure he had any ideas that weren’t rooted in black liberation theology and social justice and like evil nonsense. Hopefully, after retirement he can get a job he’s qualified for and be happy in it. Cheers and all the best.

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Posted in: Trump denounces Streep as 'overrated Clinton flunky' See in context

Streep has 3 academy awards. Academy awards ceremonies seem to be functions where select Hollyweirdites get together to give each other trophies based SJW creds or whatever. Meanwhile, they hope the gormless masses will tune in to the drivel so they can sell some adverts. In any case, it seems likely Cecil B DeMille would be quite upset that an award in his name went to such an undeserving bovine and would doubtless object to her SJW nonsense.

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Posted in: Trump denounces Streep as 'overrated Clinton flunky' See in context

I love the idea of a president presenting his ideas and opinions directly to the public. This way he can be unfiltered by layers of the press and other gatekeepers. Refreshing! Love it! BTW who is Streep? I’ve heard the name and watched a number of movies where she was in the credits but can’t recall her for being either talented or eye candy.

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Posted in: Trump denounces Streep as 'overrated Clinton flunky' See in context

After watching the beat down Bush took from Hollywood, I guess Trump learned some stuff. Honeybadgers gotta hit back hard cause progressives got no shame.

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Posted in: Trump voices new doubts about Russian efforts to sway U.S. vote See in context

It’s unlikely that anyone except the actors will ever know whether the info came from Russia or not. Spy agencies are not known for telling the truth. In fact, lies and, deception are the spy’s stock in trade. Creating mischief and even committing atrocities and then blaming it on their opponents is the natural order of the spy agencies business. Anyone who can ever believe anything reported by a spy agency from any nation has got to be smoking crack. How many times has that bald headed guy Clapper told the truth before congress or the public? I guess there could accidentally be a first time.

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