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Posted in: Trump makes his case for Nobel Peace Prize; says Abe nominated him for it See in context

Dementia. It showed itself before, but it is progressing rapidly.

Maybe I can get the President of Lower Slobovia to nominate my cat. She is certainly smarter than Humpty Trumpty, has a better grasp of international relations, and catches rats rather than appointing them to the cabinet.

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Posted in: Trump declares emergency for border wall; House panel launches probe See in context

Bottom line: this is not a national emergency. A national emergency would be something like 9/11 where the President needs to rapidly mobilize resources to address an impeding attack i.e. emergency because going through the legislative process would take too much time. This is not an emergency. For one, nothing has changed at the Southern border between now and 365 days ago. Secondly, he has been contemplating it for months, so it is not an emergency if you have months to talk and think about it. Cause if you have months, you can go through Congress. He is clearly abusing power. And if he sees he can get away with it now, he will do it again maybe in 2020 saying he thinks the election results are invalid cause millions of illegals voted. The Democrats need to impeach him now and open the door to indictment. Forget Mueller, all he has done so far is allow Trump and the GOP to consolidate more power by lulling everyone into a false of security that something is being done. But we already know about all the crimes he has committed so far. Why is he still in the WH? This is scary.

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Posted in: 13 same-sex couples file suits for marriage equality in Japan See in context

To each his own.

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Posted in: Renault denounces Nissan over Ghosn investigation: report See in context

Nissan is working as a tool of Japanese prosecutors,

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Posted in: Democrat Warren kicks off 2020 run, hobbled by ancestry row See in context


We need someone who can win in 2020.

For example?

A potato should be able to beat Trump at this point. If you re-elect Trump, you deserve what you get and the rest of the world will leave you behind.

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Posted in: Amazon's Bezos says National Enquirer owner tried to blackmail him See in context

Congratulations David Pecker!

You just violated the terms of your plea agreement with SDNY and can now be prosecuted for your prior bad acts, in addition to this case of criminal extortion.

Now, what other prominent Americans have you extorted, and at the request of . . .whom?

Anybody we know?

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Posted in: From Gucci to Prada, fashion mistakes evoke racist imagery See in context

How can companies continue to be so tone deaf? I never buy Gucci and never will.

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Posted in: Trump plans rally, Pelosi seeks deal as wall deadline nears See in context

"You weren't supposed to do that" would make an excellent title for a book about the Trump presidency.

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Posted in: Trump plans to meet North Korea's Kim in Vietnam Feb 27-28 See in context

Time well spent.

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Posted in: State of the Union: Trump vows to build border wall, warns Democrats against investigations See in context

Trump reassured us that he is not a Statesman by not allowing the Speaker of the House to introduce him, if you had any question as to whether trump was a Buffoon or not, he clarified that question as well. This demonstrated that this was not about State of the Union but the Mistake of the Union.

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Posted in: State of the Union: Trump vows to build border wall, warns Democrats against investigations See in context

Trump is looking even more like an overgrown circus peanut

Thumbs down if you agree.

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Posted in: Trump confidant Roger Stone, indicted by Mueller, pleads not guilty See in context

From Nixon to Trump, Stone went from really bad to rock bottom.

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Posted in: Tennis fans in Japan, Abe hail Naomi Osaka See in context

Glad she had a championship moment that wasn’t ruined by Serena Williams.

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Posted in: Nagasaki's educators changing perspective on A-bomb teachings See in context

Anyone who gets a chance needs to visit Hiroshima. The museum and peace memorial there really humanizes the effects of that atrocious weapon, now hundreds of times more lethal. No one in their right mind would consider using or creating such a weapon ever again. And yet . . .

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Posted in: The Carlos Ghosn case: What next? See in context

With the holidays rapidly approaching, I just don't have time to nitpick this story. But it seems like one day, it's this, and the next day, it's that. Too confusing and too much detail for this time of year.

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Posted in: Japan to pull out of IWC to resume commercial whaling See in context

Good for the Japanese! I'm sick of us in the west imposing our attitudes on others.

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Posted in: Egyptian actress questioned over revealing dress at gala See in context

This persecution is disgusting. If you saw what she was wearing that was so offensive to the religious extremists who permeate and control the governments in the Middle East, you would otherwise laugh. But this is no laughing matter in a supposedly relatively modern Muslim country. What are the prosecutors going to press on with, cutting off her legs as punishment?

Too bad we are not all living in the twenty-first century rather than before the age of enlightenment.

Sad, very sad

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Posted in: Tokyo 2020 Olympic organizers to change more event starting times to beat heat See in context

Marathons are not typically held during the summer. They are, however, held during the "cooler" months in places with hot climates, meaning that there are marathons all the time in weather warmer than what it most likely will be in Tokyo. Marathons in the tropics typically begin at 4am or even 3am, in the dark. It's still hot, but it is better than when the sun comes out. Because this race is the Olympics, they want spectators, and that means a start at a more reasonable (to non-runners) hour. They also want to be able to run fast, which means that they can't run in the dark. But it also means that the athletes should all be running for less than 3 hours, which means that 6-7 is not an unreasonable time to begin.

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Posted in: Japan's justice system under scrutiny over Ghosn's continued detention See in context

In Japan, once someone is arrested by prosecutors, most of the time it means the end of his carrier. Prosecutors control media by leaking various information to them to form a public image of a criminal. In addition, if he denies, usually he could be detained more than a year until the court judgement of the first instance. Since the conviction rate is more than 99 % in Japan, admitting a crime and seeking a bailout and suspended jail term is a better way as a defense strategy.

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Posted in: Trump urges Mexico to send migrants home after border melee See in context

Trump called this right. Foreign nationals DO NOT have the right to demand entry to this country, riot or sneak in if refused, use children who are not their own as chattel when entering, make demands about how they are being treated when they get caught, and complain about conditions when they find work under the table, against the law. This country is already unstable and volatile enough, we have our own staggering problems right now that we need to solve, and cannot take all comers, especially not those who demonstrate complete disregard for the law before they even enter. This is exactly the sort of issue that could swing the 2020 election away from the Dems, we must have secure borders.

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Posted in: U.S. shuts border post as migrants try to cross from Mexico See in context

Good. Maybe Mexico will try harder to stop the next horde if they know that they'll get stuck with them.

Send them back. Our schools are already overcrowded and under funded.

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Posted in: Senior Saudi prince says CIA cannot be trusted on Khashoggi conclusion See in context

Khashoggi for Man of the Year.

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Posted in: 1 teen dead, 2 others injured after Alabama mall shooting See in context

It wouldn’t be a normal day in America without a shooting. Let’s all give thanks for guns. As American as turkey and pumpkin pie.

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Posted in: Gov't plans to raise working age limit to 70 See in context

I think working to 65 is bad enough but 70! Where is quality of life here? Those that have worked all their years are entitled to look forward to retirement at an age when they can enjoy it.

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Posted in: Arrest of Ghosn and another top exec sends shockwaves through Nissan See in context

I think his pose in that “photo shoot” tells us all we need to know about Mr Ghosn.

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Posted in: U.S. imposes sanctions for Khashoggi killing See in context

The people who are indicted and who killed Khashoggi were probably following orders. They will be dealt with harshly while the order givers go on as if nothing happened.

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Posted in: CNN sues Trump, demanding return of Acosta to White House See in context

Imagine if Nixon had tried to ban Dan Rather for asking tough questions. Didn’t happen. And Rather was a hell of a lot more contentious than Acosta.

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Posted in: Democrats pick up governorships but lose Florida, Ohio See in context

To all the DEMOCRATIC minorities who ran, whether you lost or won, thank you, your day is coming, keep fighting for justice and your RIGHTFUL PLACE AT THE TABLE!

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Posted in: Democrats take House control; Republicans expand Senate majority See in context

2 years down, 2 to go. I'm a long distance runner.

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