Vernon Watts comments

Posted in: U.N. warns against executing Aum cult members seeking retrial See in context

Execute them! And put it on Pay-for-View while giving the proceeds to the victims. I would love to see Shoko Asahara squell on the way to the gallows. I saw a Japanese TV program on him a few weeks back; he never speaks and refuses to bathe so the guards have to wash him...

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Posted in: Trump strongly denies Stormy Daniels affair See in context

Once again I say, why would you believe anything a silicone pumped up porn star drug addict would say?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujk4k9Zvac8

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Posted in: Porn star says in TV interview she was threatened to keep silence on Trump See in context

Hey TJ, Forbes lists Trump's wealth at 3.5 billion, so is Forbes fake news? Also, what are the odds of a women exchanging body fluids with dozens (or more) men and not having an STD?

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Posted in: Porn star says in TV interview she was threatened to keep silence on Trump See in context

Color me curious, but I'm very skeptical that a billionaire with women throwing themselves at him would have an affair with someone who is a Petri dish for every STD on the planet...

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Posted in: France mourns officer who took place of hostage in attack See in context

This brave man made the ultimate sacrifice, the least JT could do is call it a terrorist attack in the headline...

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Posted in: China lists U.S. pork, apples, other goods for possible retaliation in tariff dispute See in context

I noticed chicken feet were not on their banned import list. Ever wonder where all those chicken feet go from US processing plants -- you guessed it.

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Posted in: Osaka beats Serena Williams in 1st round at Miami Open See in context

Good job, but remember her opponent is playing on 36-year-old legs. 16-year difference in age is huge in tennis -- experience and skill will only get you so far if your legs won't do what your brains says...

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Posted in: China edges Japan as No. 2 filer of int'l patents behind US See in context

Thats filings NOT patents granted. Big difference...

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Posted in: Cambridge Analytica CEO claims influence on U.S. election; Facebook questioned See in context

TJ did you watch the video? Do I have to explain?

Obama did the same thing in the 2012 election and no one complained.

That's the price of wasting your life on SNS sites like FB; you wittingly or unwittingly surrender your private information to data aggregators so companies can target you with advertisements...

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Posted in: Cambridge Analytica CEO claims influence on U.S. election; Facebook questioned See in context

FB sells its data many companies so they can target adds to viewers...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4Av9Nmu4fY

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Posted in: 11 Asia-Pacific nations sign TPP trade deal without U.S. See in context

Haha, take Japan out of the mix and the total GDP of the other countries combined is less than California...

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Posted in: EU ready for a 'stupid' trade war if Trump slaps on tariffs See in context

President Trump doesn't "need" to get elected; as he said many times during the election that he doesn't need the job, but wants to correct as many problems / messes America has been experiencing over the last three or more decades. Trump could of just kicked back and enjoyed the rest of his life, instead he is exposing himself to all the vile comments by left-wing SJWs, politicians and the crazy mainstream media; but in spite of all the aforementioned, he is making changes/improvements that average Americans can see. Someone needed to buy Cecilia Maelstrom a subscription to Cosmopolitan magazine--not sure she can afford it on her 20,000 Euro per month salary--since she looks like she just rolled out of bed, put on her jacket and went to work...

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Posted in: EU ready for a 'stupid' trade war if Trump slaps on tariffs See in context

I put my money on President Trump and not a badly-dressed, unelected EU official...

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Posted in: Japan wary of N Korea's summit agreement with South, overtures to U.S. See in context

This is little Kim's version of "rope-a-dope" and it looks like his southern brethren may fall for it...

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Posted in: World bracing for risk of Trump's trade war See in context

I love all the naysayers who have never had their fathers put out of a job at a steel mill because of cheap steel imports from China. When are you people going to wake up and see that countries like China, Japan and Korea are laughing at the US -- there's a new sheriff in town and its no longer business as usual...

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Posted in: Saying 'Me Too' in Japan carries risk of being criticized, ignored See in context

This women needs to learn how to conduct herself in a more business-like fashion. She should have walked away from any business deal that had a hint of sexual impropriety. I gather she was doing business with small companies; I worked for a Japanese electronics company for 30 years and they had incredibly strict rules when it came to negotiating contracts or business with outside vendors.

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Posted in: S Korean president lashes Japan over wartime use of 'comfort women' See in context

Whine, whine, whine that's all the Koreans do. You don't hear the Germans complain about the few hundred thousand German women raped when the Russians invaded Germany or the Russians complaining about all their women raped by the Germans when they invaded Russia. Its not pretty, but that is what invading armies do going back hundreds of years.

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Posted in: Trump on Florida shooting: 'I'd run in there even without gun' See in context

President Trump was making a point: when children's lives are at stake you should/would do anything to protect them--unless of course, you are a SJW, then you would cower in some corner or safe space.

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Posted in: Armed deputy at Florida high school resigns after failing to engage shooter See in context

It does not matter how many shooters there could have been. When you are a sworn officer of the law your job is to serve and protect--its not just a security guard job!

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Posted in: Slowing U.S. auto sales prompts Japan automakers to rethink discounts See in context

How about some innovation to boost sales. Hybrids are crap--if they were worth it, all taxis would be hybrid by now. Why are there virtually no electric cars being offered in Japan? Two reason: Intellectual Property--mostly held by US and European concerns and second the Japanese petroleum industry/lobby which imports the oil and sells it to a captive market at vastly inflated prices--its a golden goose--electric cars would greatly disrupt their money-making machine.

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Posted in: Students plan protests, Washington march to demand gun control after school shooting See in context

@TJ: you are a typical liberal who cherry-picks statements. You have no answer for the astronomical gun violence in places like Chicago with its strict gun laws. The root problem is the breakdown in families; no father present to keep children in the right direction (for the most part) and these school shooting will continue. There was the same access to guns when I grew up in the early 60's but I don't recall any school shootings and everyone in my class had a father at home. Admittedly, the FBI dropped the ball on this one, but with over 1 million people on their terrorist watch list, they have their hands full even though they are a very large organization.

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Posted in: Students plan protests, Washington march to demand gun control after school shooting See in context

I know this is an extremely emotional issue given recent events, but when you restrict the right to own a firearm (of any kind) only criminals will have guns. Just look at Chicago with the toughest gun laws in the US next to NYC. Its now come to light that the FBI screwed up on so many levels; if they would have done the job they are paid to do (protecting citizens) and not chasing after Russian bots, this shooting may not have occurred...

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Posted in: Romney makes it official: He's running for Utah Senate seat See in context

One carpet bagger replacing another. Both Mitt and Orrin are not Utah natives; they spent most of their lives in Michigan and DC..

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Posted in: Trump breaks silence on domestic abuse; Kelly out of sight See in context

I do not condone any sort of violence against women; that said, all the news reports say they are just allegations against Rob Porter. If someone can post a link to an actual police report filed against Porter it would be much appreciated. Porter had to resign due to bad optics, but why did his first wife wait over 10 years to go public and the second wife waited over five years? Just wondering...

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Posted in: Trump breaks silence on domestic abuse; Kelly out of sight See in context

Get real people. A billionaire who probably had drop-dead gorgeous women literally throwing themselves at him is going to have an affair with porn star who is a walking petri dish of STDs...

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Posted in: NBC boots analyst over Japan comment at Pyeongchang Games See in context

Can you imagine if a Fox News analyst made the same comment--posters on this site would be foaming at the mouth with indignation. But kidding aside, if it wasn't for Japan's onerous war reparations, American universities training many Korean engineers and their totally one-sided trade agreements with the US, they wouldn't be in much better shape than their northern brethren.

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Posted in: Japan's antismoking plan with gaping loophole sparks outcry See in context

Actually I have lived here long enough to remember when JAL and ANA simultaneously banned smoking on their flights because they were losing business to United which banned smoking years earlier. Funny story when I was in college and worked part-time in a restaurant one of the short order cooks was a recovering heroin addict who told me he kicked the heroin but could not quit smoking!

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Posted in: Japan's antismoking plan with gaping loophole sparks outcry See in context

When Japanese airlines banned smoking, smokers refused to fly? And why are cigarettes so cheap in Japan compared to the US and Europe? Simply put, studies have shown that if you keep the price of cigarettes low you are assured a steady stream of new smokers. When prices are high--like the US and Europe--current smokers do not quit, but people who start smoking is drastically lowered. The Japanese government must sell its stake in Japan Tobacco or else the smoking laws will never change.

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Posted in: Trump urges compromise as U.S. Republicans wrestle with immigration See in context

So during the SOTU when President Trump acknowledges the victim's families of persons murdered by illegal aliens the Democrats just sat there while Republicans stood and applauded them. When the President stated black unemployment was the lowest on record, the black caucus just sat there while the Republicans applauded. I wake every morning and thank God that Trump is the President. Lets see if I can get over 50 "-" marks from all the SJWs on this site.

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