SuperLib comments

Posted in: U.S.-S Korea joint drills begin amid N Korea tensions See in context

Why would the US give up our right to have military exercise with our allies? It's well within the laws. Makes no sense at all.

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Posted in: Trump to lay out U.S. strategy for Afghanistan on Monday night See in context

Anyone can post a craigslist ad.

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Posted in: Boston march against hate speech avoids Charlottesville chaos See in context

bass: ...or like a left wing terrorist shooting and almost killing a Republican congressman.

But was there any urine thrown at the game? That's really what we need to be asking ourselves.

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Posted in: Australia releases strategy to prevent vehicle terror attacks See in context

Stop interfering and invading sovereign nations and terrorism will go away. It's blowback pure and simple

A vast majority of people killed by terrorists are Muslim. Who should they stop invading?

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Posted in: Boston march against hate speech avoids Charlottesville chaos See in context

Polls aren't by reliable. Just look at the election.

Next?

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Posted in: Boston march against hate speech avoids Charlottesville chaos See in context

blacklabel: Yet the "peaceful" protestors still managed to throw their rocks and plastic bottles of urine at the police.

So at this rally there were rocks and urine, but just to be clear here, none of the protesters got into their car and mowed down a couple of dozen people, right?

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Posted in: Boston march against hate speech avoids Charlottesville chaos See in context

We should feel thankful that no right wing terrorists murdered anyone, unlike last week.

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Posted in: Pence on message, despite Trump's troubles at home See in context

Trump fans might want to start puckering up to kiss some establishment butt.

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Posted in: Boston march against hate speech avoids Charlottesville chaos See in context

No violence. That's the worst possible outcome for the Right.

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Posted in: Bannon out at White House as pressure mounts on Trump See in context

I would never do such a thing. I'm a conservative, not a Democrat collective or a lemming.

You hated Trump until he started gaining power, then did a 180. You'll abandon your tough talk against establishment Republicans and will fall under their thumb in a heartbeat if they get the White House back. You're already praising Pence....just in case.

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Posted in: Bannon out at White House as pressure mounts on Trump See in context

Bass4funk: Not fall in line, I'm not a politician

If the Republican establishment manages to get back into power, and despite all of your tough talk against them, you will pucker up and kiss some establishment butt. It will be a complete 180 and you will do as you are told.

I'm just a conservative voter.

You aren't non-partisan anymore?

Jeeze, is there anything you really stand for?

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Posted in: Bannon out at White House as pressure mounts on Trump See in context

bass4funk: The funny thing about that statement is, I'm not even a Republican. LOL

But for Mike Pence, an establishment Republican, you'll fall in line with their caucus.

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Posted in: Bannon out at White House as pressure mounts on Trump See in context

bass4funk: Of course not, I'm not stupid, I am just saying if it were to come to that crucial point, Pence would definitely would put my mind to ease.

Of course he would. He's an establishment Republican. You love them.

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Posted in: Citing Trump remarks, entire president's arts council quits See in context

Trump is too toxic to be associated with.

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Posted in: Van plows into crowd in Barcelona, killing 13, injuring over 100; another bomb plot foiled See in context

If I started a fight with terrorists, technically you could say that we're both violent.

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Posted in: Trump says U.S. culture, history being 'ripped apart' See in context

This is getting awesome.

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Posted in: Van plows into crowd in Barcelona, killing 13, injuring over 100; another bomb plot foiled See in context

I just don't see how anyone can stop things like this.

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Posted in: Trump says U.S. culture, history being 'ripped apart' See in context

Statues are symbols of what the people were famous for. Washington and Jefferson have their own place as the founding fathers, and that's what their statues celebrate.

Lee and Jackson are symbols of one of the worst atrocities in American history. They come with cries of, "The South shall rise again!" and are used by people like the Klan to promote racism.

The racists get in their white robes and stand in front of these specific statues for a specific reason. It fits in with the other racist symbols like Confederate flags and white hoods.

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Posted in: Australian far-right senator Hanson wears burqa to parliament in bid to ban them See in context

Your religion should get you no special treatment under the law.

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Posted in: Citizens of many U.S. allies trust Putin more than Trump See in context

Yeah, you're probably right. Trump brags about molesting women but it doesn't really matter anyway. He won the election. Waste of time even bringing it up.

Moving on.

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Posted in: Citizens of many U.S. allies trust Putin more than Trump See in context

So your opinion on the matter is that Trump was treated unfairly, and people who criticized him for his own words were coerced by the media coverage of his words.

Oh, and famous people can molest, so Trump was just keeping it real.

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Posted in: Obama's post-Charlottesville message most-liked tweet ever See in context

Blacklabel: Except they were only speaking about a statue and other free speech issues and were no threat whatsoever if left alone

Except for how minorities might feel seeing the white hood and robe, a symbol, in their communities, for the murder and torture of their people, and something used to specifically promote fear in non-whites. Their entire existence as an organized group and the things they promote are a threat.

To that end, they could be standing on the corner playing grab ass and our response should be condemnation. They get no free passes, despite your best efforts.

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Posted in: Trump jettisons business councils after CEOs quit in protest See in context

Blacklabel: From a business perspective, publicly virtue signalling against the President makes shareholders nervous, so you see the drop in stock price.

How much did the share prices fall for the other companies who have left Trump's various councils?

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Posted in: Trump adviser Bannon says U.S. in economic war with China See in context

Trump hasn't followed through on his tough talk campaign promises about Chna. Perhaps Steve should sit Trump down and fill him in.

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Posted in: Citizens of many U.S. allies trust Putin more than Trump See in context

Blacklabel: Now you can see what the fake news and the fake Russia collusion has caused. 

Bragging about molesting women probably didn't help. But It must be the media's fault.

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Posted in: Obama's post-Charlottesville message most-liked tweet ever See in context

That's why people still love Obama.

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Posted in: Trump jettisons business councils after CEOs quit in protest See in context

Who knew a guy who retweeted white supremacists and had to settle in a discrimination lawsuit could have such forgiving views about the KKK?

I mean, this whole thing just came out of nowhere.

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Posted in: Trump insists both sides to blame for Virginia violence See in context

In other news, corporate members are fleeing Trump's council since he's so toxic.

http://money.cnn.com/2017/08/16/investing/ceos-trump-manufacturing-council/index.html

And Campbell Soup (CPB) CEO Denise Morrison said she had no choice but to quit the manufacturing council after Tuesday, when Trump clung to his point of view in an off-the-cuff press conference. "Racism and murder are unequivocally reprehensible and are not morally equivalent to anything else that happened in Charlottesville," the CEO said.

Well said.

bass: No, I did not.

Are you sure? I thought you said things about crime in New York in the 80s and how it wouldn't make sense to rent to black people because it's too dangerous. That wasn't you?

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Posted in: Trump insists both sides to blame for Virginia violence See in context

Calling White people racist for voting for Trump is also racist

Well it's a good thing I've never said that. Did you ever say you wouldn't rent to a black person because as a race they are just too dangerous?

Yep.

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Posted in: Trump insists both sides to blame for Virginia violence See in context

Having a conversation about race isn't racist. Denying housing to black people because they are black, now that's racist.

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