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Posted in: The race to win the U.S. Democratic primary: Where does it stand? See in context

WillIB,

The upcoming general election is a binary one: The referendum will be Capitalism vs. Socialism/Communism.

The democrats have painted themselves into an interesting corner. If they lose in their bid to "fundamentally change America" next year, it will take them decades -- if ever -- to be trusted enough by American voters to successfully regain the White House again. The world will see which way we go in about 500 days.

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Posted in: The race to win the U.S. Democratic primary: Where does it stand? See in context

@1glenn,

Three things:

-- polls do not accurately measure public opinion; they are taken to manipulate public opinion. What's more, the polls now being released are over sampled in favor of democrats. Undoubtedly, it is because pollsters call during the day; a time when layabout liberals are home killing time until their monthly welfare check and government cheese is delivered to their doorstep instead of being at work doing a job.

-- it is beyond ludicrous to take any national opinion poll seriously 500 days before the general election; especially when the democrat socialists have not even held their first primary debate.

-- Why would anyone in their right mind take the word of the majority of pollsters who got the 2016 general election so wrong.

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Posted in: The race to win the U.S. Democratic primary: Where does it stand? See in context

Among the unhinged democrat socialist contenders, the biggest winners will be those who do not get the nomination. I pity the fool who will ultimately face President Trump in the general election.

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Posted in: Overcrowding, abuse seen at Mexico migrant detention center See in context

The US should show its compassion by building new facilities in Mexico so these human beings do not have to live this way. -- comment

Sorry, not our problem. It is Mexico's house, Mexico's rules. Hard to muster any sympathy for those who crossed that county's southern border illegally and are now housed at this detention center. If those now calling Siglo XXI home had applied for entry into Mexico legally, they would not find themselves if their current situation.

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Posted in: Democratic contenders bash Fox News on Fox News See in context

To the democrats' few remaining basement dwelling voter base, "Castro for President" kinda has a ring to it.

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Posted in: Ex-Trump aide Hicks agrees to closed-door appearance before U.S. House panel See in context

Ex-Trump aide Hicks agrees to closed-door appearance before U.S. House panel-- headline

Translation: Hope's appearance will be livestreamed on CNN and MSDNC.

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Posted in: Ex-Trump aide Hicks agrees to closed-door appearance before U.S. House panel See in context

The democrats never-ending snipe hunt continues.

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Posted in: Hillary Clinton: Mueller report shows obstruction occurred See in context

do the Trumpers here believe Russia interfered in our election? -- comment

First, don't know what "Trumpers" are since it is not a word. Second, yes, Russia did attempt to interfere in the 2016 election by giving the dems - via an MI-6 agent - a paid-for false narrative (The Steele Dossier) in a failed attempt to overthrow a duly elected U.S. President. The democrats' dwindling basement dwelling voter base are the only ones left who believe otherwise.

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Posted in: Hillary Clinton: Mueller report shows obstruction occurred See in context

The "pro-Russia" democrats are the ones who paid an MI-6 agent (foreign involvement) for information provided to him by the Russians (more foreign involvement) for a dossier that was used by the pro-Hillary Deep State in an unsuccessful attempt to unseat a duly elected president. The ant-American U.S. democrats and their unhinged basement dweller voter base are indeed the enemies of We The People.

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Posted in: Hillary Clinton: Mueller report shows obstruction occurred See in context

"Madam President" is correct: obstruction did occur; by the democrats.

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Posted in: Democrats ask Trump to rethink U.S. Independence Day speech as his plans proceed apace See in context

President Trump to the democrats: Go pound sand.

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Posted in: Racist, violent posts by police being investigated in 5 U.S. states See in context

DeadforgoodToday  09:24 am JST

Not surprised, have you seen the comments on Fox news? They don't regulate like JT does so the comments are full of bigotry towards minorities from the alt-right. -- comment

Fake News. Fox News.com does not offer any comment sections on the articles they post.

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Posted in: Trump honors D-Day vets, discusses Vietnam deferment See in context

Remember when the leftists took to the streets across America in the 1960s to march in honor of extolling /honoring the soldiers who went to Vietnam? Yeah, neither do I.

Wonder how the dems are going to downplay their party's front runner for their nomination when American voters learn that Biden received as many deferments as President Trump during the Vietnam Conflict for having "teenage asthma" until he aged out (25) of being drafted.

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Posted in: Thousands protest against Trump in London See in context

The DNC media stenographers were reporting breathlessly that as many as 250,000 protesters were going to show up to rail against Orange Man Bad. Looks like the MSM was lied to yet again.

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Posted in: Groups call on Pelosi, Democrats to do more to impeach Trump See in context

With the abject failure of the Muller Report to produce demonstrable proof of a crime, many Americans (particularly we Independent voters) have abandoned any support for impeachment. Going down this path will further isolate the already far-left democrats from normal folk.

 I am with the lunatic socialist democrat voter base on this issue. I say "go for it" and see what happens. With the Senate already vowing to defeat impeachment, this will be seen once and for all as the sham that it is and complete the death spiral of the democrat party.

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Posted in: Biden going it alone as the Democratic 2020 front-runner See in context

Vote BLUE no matter who -- comment

A political party that advocates eliminating cars, planes and cows before we all die in less than 12 years? Yeah, that's the ticket.

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Posted in: Trump to formally launch 2020 campaign on June 18 See in context

A campaign kickoff in a stadium that holds 20,000? Wow. And you know damn well there will be at least another 10,000 people outside that venue. What candidate among the conga line of socialist democrats running for POTUS can generate that level of enthusiasm?

Trump 2020, the sequel

KAG!

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Posted in: Trump hits Mexico with 5% tariff in response to illegal immigration See in context

An outstanding move. A great trifecta by our President:

Mexico pays for the wall.

Migrant caravans stop.

Punishing companies that move to Mexico rather than here.

WINNING!!!!

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Posted in: Mueller says probe did not clear Trump as Congress weighs impeachment See in context

Today, Mueller gave the democrats yet another mirage to chase as they continue wandering aimlessly in their desert of despair.

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Posted in: 2020 preview? Feud between Trump and Biden flares up See in context

*President Trump has repeatedly insulted Joe Biden — even going so far as to side with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Why? It's simple: Trump's afraid he's going to lose," *says the fundraising appeal. -- article

There in a nutshell is what this election cycle is all about, folks. The 23 dem candidates know they don't have ghost of a chance of defeating President Trump next year. So instead, they pick the wallets of their donors; benjamins they can pocket free and clear after they drop out and tell their cash cow faithful, "Well, I tried to unseat him."

Of the all the far-left liberals running for POTUS, the biggest loser will be the one the DNC chooses to represent them next summer.

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Posted in: Trump is first head of state to meet Japan's new emperor See in context

How appropriate that President Trump gave Japan's emperor with a violin. I understand the he plays both the viola and violin, so it is a fitting gift.

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Posted in: Trump blasts Democrats as impeachment talk heats up See in context

PDJT? Putin and Donnie are Just Terrific? -- comment

Heh, Robert Mueller disagrees with that assessment. Only America-obsessed foreigners watching CNN International continue believing that lie.

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Posted in: Trump blasts Democrats as impeachment talk heats up See in context

The democrat party "leadership" continues showing the U.S. electorate on a daily basis that they have zero chance of defeating PDJT in 2020 because instead of moving forward and doing the job they were elected to do, they insist on living in the past by trying to win the 2016 election. Only their dwindling reality-challenged basement voter bloc are lappping up what the democrats and their stenographers in the liberal MSM are spewing.

The democrat party's death spiral continues.

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Posted in: U.S. House Democrats subpoena more Trump ex-aides, including Hicks See in context

@Blacklabel,

Yeah, also waiting for the FISA docs to drop. None of the radical left "news" outlets are talking about any of this, but notice the circular firing squad now taking place among the democrats: Lynch vs. Comey, Brennen vs. Comey, Brennen vs. Clapper, etc.

Buy stock in Jolly Time popcorn before the curtain rises on Act II of the Russian Collusion saga. Things are about to get veeeery interesting.

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Posted in: U.S. House Democrats subpoena more Trump ex-aides, including Hicks See in context

@Blacklabel,

AG Barr is not a democrat; meaning he's not that dumb. He will not release a fully unredacted report -- complete with Grand Jury testimonies -- because he knows the law that was put into place/voted for by Nadler himself after the Starr Report's release in the 1990s. You have to be a specia kind of stupid to believe otherwise. Watch for more liberal tears and screaming helplessly at the sky when they realize their "news" outlets that have been lying to them for the past two-three years remains consistent.

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Posted in: U.S. House Democrats subpoena more Trump ex-aides, including Hicks See in context

DoJ just tried to reach a deal with to House: Drop demands for Barr's testimony in exchange for an unredacted Mueller report -- comment

Um, you do realize releasing fully *unredacted** *report includes GJ testimonies, which is a federal crime. AG Barr is going to break the law just to curry favor from either Nadler or serial liar/leaker Adam Schiff.

This sounds more like a fantasy cooked up by one of the gold standards of truthful U.S. "news" organizations: the NY Slimes, the Washington Compost, CNN, or MSLSD.

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Posted in: U.S. House Democrats subpoena more Trump ex-aides, including Hicks See in context

Hope worked in the White House for what, about a month, a year into the President's administration? Plus, she's already been interviewed by Mueller's merry of Trump-hating lawyers? Yeah, she'll be a fountain of information.

The democrats' death spiral continues.

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Posted in: Trump tells ex-counsel McGahn: Defy subpoena, don't testify See in context

Another day, another opportunity for President Trump to tell Nadler to go pound sand.

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Posted in: Trump administration rejects subpoena for tax returns See in context

President Trump should announce on live TV that he will release all of the requested tax returns only after ALL Congressional democrats/RINOs pubically release ALL of their tax returns since being elected to office. They should be more than willing to do so because they are all such honorable standup politicians whom have nothing to hide, right?

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Posted in: New York Mayor de Blasio joins 2020 race to 'take on' Trump See in context

It's official: There are now more democrats running for U.S. president than there are democrats who can legally vote for a president.

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