Remember how great things were up to 48 hours ago? It was so good nobody could rely on US foreign policy, the only thing predictable wasit was unpredictable. Not exactly a comfortable thing to deal with. In the US, there are no accomplishments, but the opposite the past administration. Coming up with anything of benefit to the US population is an effort in pure futility. Nothing presented could be proven, and the government tried to say that "science" was a consensus! Absurd. The entire US Climate policy was based only ONE article on ONE voluntary response and only 75 responders responses were literally "accepted". The rest were thrown out! They kept only 3 naysayers to pretend some sort of objectivity. From that you got a "consensus" of all world wide climatologists. Give me a break! The rest was all down hill. California, specifically LA, was the only thing that made clinton some "winner of the popular vote". And California has been doing so well with socialism. Riiiiight. Never before has the US seen such a group of petulant children thrown onto the world stage and all paid for by a couple of instigators with no concern for the country. Soros and the Clinton Foundation should ring a bell. You and I don't know what trump will bring, but he's at least pledged to support citizens first. Whatever happens, it can't be worse than the children who mindlessly took us through the past 8 years. And our allies will be supported and rewarded. Of that, have confidence.
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We'll just glue our hands on this bar with this superglue. That'll show 'em. Wait. What?
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1glenn, reports of 3 million illegals in voter fraud, verified machine rigging, verified dead voters, and multi vote voters documented via veritas inteviews with DNC staff kinda shrink those figures a tad. With all that rigging, hrc still couldn't win. Now, there's snopes, etc attempting to discredit the flurry of documented evidence that has been pouring in, but there's another way you can look at it.
Trump campaigned hard to get the electoral vote. Clever, and he didn't ignore the popular vote. Evidence? Look at rally attendance. But he ran it wisely, and went for the electoral vote without dissing the populace, but only giving them reason to go to the polls. And it beat all the dirty tricks and nasty institution that is the DNC.
If you need your safe space to go to, fine, but don't smash my car or burn my property. That's called a temper tantrum.
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Why not? It's not like they have anything better to do. Any guesses on who instigated it? Never mind. Hope they at least enjoyed that comforting acceptance speech, a day late.
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"Americans don't think Trump is qualified"
As if community organizer obama or no accomplishments hrc ever was?
I simply don't get it.
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When I first came here 16 years ago, finding myself in desperate need of a toilet and finding only a squat toilet available, the question that instantly came to mind was, 'How can they read the Sunday paper?'. That still has me baffled.
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How about just posting some good venison and pork recipes? If they can come up with a few crow recipes, that might help address another issue. :)
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"Biden finally gave up, saying he would leave the decision to the prime minister.."
As opposed to what, exactly, Biden? Sorry, but regardless of Abe's intent (honor, payback to supporters, etc), I want to know what Biden was thinking was his alternative? His final comment begs an answer to that. Wow, joe. You're doin a fine job there, ya know? Current US Foreign policy: Bring in the clowns.
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To Do list for MondayLearn new acronym.
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@ aysbot12, that's funny, and get thIs, my neighbor, Jim, put up various well-thought-out barriers (and, honestly, Jim was a smart man), his goat either ate those or destroyed them! I think the when the logs on his cabin started to get chewed, that was the last straw. Goats are on a mission! Beware of goats. giggle.
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A long time ago, in a place far far away (northern Idaho), a friend & neighbor of mine got a goat for the same purpose. That one goat ended up totally decimating everything on his lot. The grass control went well, then when that was gone, the goat moved on to stripping the bark from the trees, killing them, and then the bushes, etc etc etc., all in fairly short order. Of course, as soon as he could find a taker, that billy was off to a new home. It was hilarious to us, and our friend eventually found humor in it all. Hope these goats have a little better dinning etiquette!
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He did, however have photos on his cell phone that were deemed "inadmisable", here: http://www.buzzfeed.com/ellievhall/trayvon-martin-cell-phone-photos-show-weed-guns-and-horsebac (Note: horsebac with no "k" for the valid link) ... "Someone" holding a gun amongst them.
The poor little guy, never did anything wrong in his life... I wasn't there when the situation unfolded. I'd assume, if I maybe so bold, that you all weren't there. And that's why we have juries, which work sometimes, and not so well others. BUT they do get to live with a barrage of info we do not in their participation of the system. And when evidence is withheld things get really weird.
So if looking at all one can find when interested in such an event as this, finding several pieces of evidence that were or were not used, and being able to share these for potential consideration means I'm grasping at straws, then I shall from this point forward never question anything and go along with whoever shouts the loudest, with all their divisive intent and political agenda, regardless of relevant observation and viable evidence. In other words, I'll put my head firmly in ..the sand.
I surely stand corrected. So many have made a believer out of me. I'll trust government never gets involved when they have no place to, all the way up to the top. I'll never question that anything is ever done wrong by any administration because they are angels, too and fully transparent, having nothing to hide. ...about anything anywhere. How could I have been so stupid? Wow. Thanks to all. This will save me boatloads of time in my life. Thanks for that.
Now excuse me while I go through the Soros nudi-scanner and get felt up with my wife and kids. I have to get back into my country for a bit. Toodels!
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Oh yes, indeed. Lets all get on the same page with MSNBC (quickly sinking in viewership), and other highly reputable media.
Poor Little 7 year old child, Treyvon... Oops, that's poor little 17 year old TreyvonMartin. Sorry about that. We accidentally put in a grade school photo of the child, the near infant, who's "best" witness the prosecution could find and last person to talk to him, said he probably threw the first punch, so to speak, being the supreme orator as she demonstrated.
Again, where else have you found a 17 year old referenced as a child in the US media? Billy the Kid? Heck I don't know. I do know I wasn't a child when I was 17. Maybe you were.
Poor little child, that poor innocent little fella. The DoJ sent instigators down to incite demonstrations (fact). But, hey, the DoJ certainly wouldn't support any withholding of evidence, as they wouldn't spy on anyone via NSA call monitoring, releasing any tax records, allow intimidation of law abiding citizens, etc., etc., etc. No way. Nope. Absolutely not. And we can rest assured they'd never allow or promote the holding of evidence in any reports for any reason. (We shant go into any stale business of IRS, Fast & Furious, NSA covilian spying, Benghazi, or any of that other old and insignificant tin foil hat malarkey.). And, hey, if I had a son.... Nope. No chance of political interference on any of this. The US and state and local government has nothing but angels, error free, goodness and good-willing staff running the show, never to allow withholding of any evidence in the spirit of performing as representatives if the people under their sworn oaths to defend the Constitution. They have and always will.
So if I have all this right, it's George Bush's fault. Well, that's a new one on me. Never heard that before, but hey, what do I know?
I give. Lets blame, well, everything on Bush. Seems to capture the minds of the uninformed pretty effectively. What the heck does Bush have to do with this in the first place? That's wherein insanity lies. That people bait their shrinking watchers to hang on with purely irrelevant drivel.
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It wasn't just Skittles Trayvon was carrying ... ..." Trayvon Martin’s drug use, explaining how the Skittles and Arizona Watermelon Fruit Juice Cocktail drink he carried that night are ingredients that, when mixed with dextromethorphan (DXM) cough syrup, create “Lean”, a concocted high which can cause psychosis and aggression over the longer term. According to the autopsy report, Martin’s liver showed damage consistent with DXM abuse." ... Are any people in the world following this media and government aversion aware of all that? Yes? No? Huh?
... And references in the press often state: "17 year old child"? Please, will somebody link any other US news reports that refer to any other 17year old as a child? On that basis alone, one cannot say there has been a non-biased reporting of this to add file to an intended conflagration that takes the public off more pertinent issues in the states.
At 17, do you think of yourself as a child? Did you do child-like things all the time? Enlisted military personnel are and always have been 17. Many people go to university at 17. Give me a break! Reporting has been absurd on a case that wasn't one until Al Sharpton and the rest created one.
more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/07/it-wasnt-just-skittles-trayvon-was-carrying/#9gwjtjXoF5JSVPIz.99
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In my original neck of the woods (Midwest US), there's a saying: "if a tree falls in the woods, ... is it the man's fault?"
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Too bad. We need brains and strong leadership in ALL our embassies. Especially now, but what would you expect from the current admin, no matter what the sctabers of the world want to believe about all the propped up celebrities and manufactured icons? Look who we have steering the ship. Pfffftt..
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"Savages"? No, really, savages? When I first read the headline, I thought it was satire. Libya, the ME just laughing at us as one terrorist group after another organizes their next deadly plot, blow up a helicopter with heroes of Seal Team VI, our allies totally baffled by the unpredictability and inevitably contradictory statements that BHO and Hillary make, all this and more. Obama came to a gunfight with a spoon. I must not have been watching the same debate the JT watched. I saw a kid just dying to pick a fight with his opponent, who kept on topic and had his information clear enough to make sense and stay consistent.
Now, of course, Obama can do no wrong in the eyes of those who overlook the obvious. Nothing's his fault, and as long as he says so, it is the case. Don't look at the man behind the curtain. Just believe the words that come out of his mouth. JT, a little objective reporting is reasonable, but printing as fact something that barely merits the opinion column is just unprofessional.
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Oops. typo.. "So much for reinforcing misinformation that to the masses..." should read "So much for reinforcing misinformation to the masses..." sorry. Can't find links, just ask. Or you're not bothering to do so.
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Shames = shame. Jjust-a-bigguy = Just-a-bigguy Sorry for the perpetual auto correct typos!
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Jjust-a-bigguy, obuma will attempt to stage something mindless to "look tough" soon for elections. That is, unless Hilary one-ups him with a "profound statement" beforehand. Let's just get some popcorn and sit back to watch the theatrics. Then, let's hide our heads in shames.
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Hey, jumpultimatestars, that's how Amy Adams (actress in Enchanted, etc) got her start (just the first person to come to mind). I know a few women who also worked their way through post- grad studies, successfully, I will add, who worked at Hooters. They're people just like you (well, maybe not) and me. And they had no complaints about loss of dignity and working at a popular franchise to support whoever they have to support in order to get ahead.
Consider at least that they aren't looking to be on the public dole or working in the more seedy lines of work that abound around the planet. Get to know a few of these people and see for yourself. It isn't a strip club, it's a fun restaurant for some people, and they treat their employees pretty well compared to a lot of other places. I'm sure there are complaints, as there are with every other enterprise, but these places don't have Hugh Heffner's din of iniquity or that former Nova CEO's office hidden "love trap".
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"zichi: As usual, America will only give money to organisations which will do its bidding?" Why not? Don't you? That's a pretty silly comment. You're saying there's something wrong with that principle. And, they are talking about American taxpayers' dollars. That's money from workers' pockets. Do you give money to people who, at the most fundamental level, disagree with you? I'm curious. Cite personal examples, please.
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johninnaha, agree whole heartedly. Firsthand experience pointing out a wide open MS server via unix/OS X and getting the response from the "CIO", "Who uses macs, anyway?". Pathetic.
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Posted in: The 'takamikura' (throne) and the Imperial Regalia are based on mythology, and they will be used to demonstrate the legitimacy of the emperor as a descendent of the god. This violates Article 1 of the Constitution, which stipulates that the emperor derives his position from the will of the people.