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Posted in: Obama blasts Trump's tweets, track record in 2020 campaign trail debut See in context

Smart republicans are voting for Biden, the not so smart ones not so much.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_uJ9p6-Ubec&ab_channel=TheLincolnProject

The decision is between America and Trump, that is what Michael Steele former chair

of the Republican Party states.

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Posted in: Ardern wins landslide victory in New Zealand See in context

Americans, Brits, Auzzies this is what good governance is. Learn from it if you can so your countries do not continue along into the failed state category.

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Posted in: U.S. influence in Pacific wanes; Japan considered 'smart power' by think tank See in context

For the desperate Trump apologists the decline in the US reputation was related to the inept handling of the pandemic this year by Trump, not what happened in the Obama and Bush Junior administration. The massive failure of the number one economy and military in the world to manage the virus is the clear and undeniable responsibility of the current administration, starting with the initial denial that the virus was serious to the public (at the same time he told Woodward that the virus was very, very dangerous). Or that the virus was a political hoax.

The world notices the endless lies of the Trump administration even if his deluded apologists attempt to hide from them. And the world notices a failed state which the USA clearly is right now under Trump.

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Posted in: Japanese gov't creates YouTube channel on N Korea abduction issue See in context

Sadly a fake issue way past its sell by date created cynically by Abe to draw votes to the LDP. The families have suffered from two crimes, first the kidnappings and second the horrid exploitation of their situation by Abe and the LDP.

A youtube channel? Are they high up there in Tokyo?

I will wait for the youtube channel by the LDP of the 670.000 Koreans kidnapped by Imperial Japan during the Korea occupation to work as slaves basically in Japan. Should come out soon .. . .

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Posted in: Ardern wins landslide victory in New Zealand See in context

Many men and some women as well cannot tolerate a resoundingly successful woman. Sexism is clearly alive and well on the JT board. The USA, UK even Australia would be lucky to have such a leader as opposed to the riffraff con artists and religious nutter in power now in those countries.

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Posted in: Trump headed for trouble -- and not changing course See in context

Clearly heading off a cliff and taking the corrupt Republican Party with him. Only the partisian blind and deaf now pretend Trump is what he is not, a total and complete failure.

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Posted in: Michigan plot shows right-wing militias a growing threat See in context

How do you get rid of the connection between white pride and racism? 

White pride is racism.

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Posted in: 89-year-old ex-top bureaucrat pleads not guilty over fatal Tokyo car crash See in context

He should go to jail for manslaughter. And for lying about what he did to the mother and child.

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Posted in: Fly on Pence's head generates most buzz of VP debate See in context

Seriously Pence showed sign of COVID infection with his right eye being pink. Will not be surprised if it turns out he is infected now along with the dozens of others in the WH that Trump the Super Spreader President made ill.

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Posted in: Fly on Pence's head generates most buzz of VP debate See in context

The fly will need to be tested now for COVID.

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Posted in: 200,000 in U.S. have died from virus. Now Trump says he 'gets it' See in context

COVID 209,000 Trump One. For Trump that is winning.

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Posted in: Trump faces backlash for removing mask on return to White House See in context

Trump is a the super spreader of all super spreaders. He has allowed the virus to take over the USA. Even allowed it to infect him so he could personally spread the disease to others.

Backlash from whom? His millions of alt-left haters? Us regular people couldn't care less if he removes his mask.

If some of the 210,000 dead were still alive, maybe from them. Many of them believed the virus was a hoax as Trump called it.

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Posted in: Group protests to NHK over tweets considered prejudiced against Koreans See in context

Is this not the same outfit that did the racist caricatures of black people a few months ago? Can the NHK avoid being racist or is that impossible?

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Posted in: New York Times: Trump paid no federal income taxes in 10 of past 15 years See in context

Now we know for sure, we knew pretty much already before, that Trump hides his taxes like a criminal because he is a criminal. A con man and frankly a joke of a businessman. If trump had taken the hundreds of millions his Dad gave him and just put it in mutual funds he would be rich today instead of bankrupt once again.

The far right folks who donated to the fake wall project headed up by Trumps people will also believe that Trump will release his taxes soon. Rubes to the end they are. Another joke is how the Trump faithful are spinning this story unsuccessfully. The taxes are what they are just like the 200,000 Americans who died from corona because of Trump in his words "is what it is."

Not many people are undecided for the November election which is why Biden's lead is holding steady. But for any of you that are undecided, do you want to vote for a bankrupt businessman in 'huge debt to the Russians and a massive tax cheat to screw things up for another four years? No, you do not for your own sake.

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Posted in: Mom who went drinking all night indicted over deaths of daughters left in car See in context

Many JT posters over the years have glorified motherhood as if women attained sainthood just by having children. Clearly many mothers, and fathers as well of course, are not suitable to be parents. It is unbelievable that any parent would leave their children in a car unsupervised for five minutes let alone for a day and half. Child abuse is a horrible aspect of life in Japan, this incident unfortunately resulted in death. She murdered her own children, simple amazing. And then lied about it to the police of course adding to her despicable actions.

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Posted in: Hawaii to allow travelers to skip quarantine with virus test See in context

First, are the required tests available in Japan and second can the return quarantine requirement

coming back here be lifted if tested on arrival at a Japanese airport? Otherwise travel to Hawai

remains a no go.

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Posted in: Israeli aircraft strike in Gaza See in context

UAE should be ashamed of this result. They got nothing in return from their deal and Israel now has cover to murder more Palestinians who are living under apartheid.

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Posted in: Abe and cabinet resign, clearing way for successor See in context

Deck chairs, meet Titanic.

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Posted in: Naomi Osaka wins 2nd U.S. Open title See in context

No posts from the reactionary folks who blasted Osaka for her BLM support? No, just sound of crickets.

Grand Slam win every year in last three for Osaka. Pretty darn good.

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Posted in: PM contender Suga hints at consumption tax hike See in context

The best way to expand the economy is to deregulate, reduce taxes and get government and bureaucracy off everyone’s back.

It is not the 1980s any longer. Obama raised taxes and the economy boomed. Trump lowered taxes and we are in a near depression. Abe lowered taxes, no benefit, just more debt piled up. The rich need to be taxed highly so that money circulates in the economy and flows to the people who really spend, the poor and the middle class. More inequality of wealth leads to less economic growth. Only taxes can break this unfortunate aspect of unregulated capitalism.

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Posted in: Trump revels at Michigan rally as thousands defy coronavirus safety rules See in context

Wow, blatant lying by Trump. One of the 30,000 lies he has told so far as President? Who knew? Well one group that did not know are the losers and the suckers as Trump calls them who voted for him. He sees you guys all as the same kind of rube as he saw at the WWE events, marks to be taken advantage of and why not? If they think WWE is real then that is on you. Chaa-ching. He will take your money as he takes your votes and beyond that as he takes your lives by lying about COVID-19.

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Posted in: Nearly 80% of LDP lawmakers back Suga in post-Abe leadership race See in context

A one party state in everything but name.

The LDP has been in power longer than the Communist Party in China. Five of the party factions date back to the founding of the party. Yes indeed, Japan is a one party state.

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Posted in: New Zealand's PM restarts campaign with Maori holiday pledge See in context

If Trump were 5% of the leader this NZ PM is the USA would not be the world leader in COVID deaths and have the economy thanking by 30% plus. NZ, good for you for electing a real leader, not a fake one.

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Posted in: Harris' mostly virtual campaign to get Wisconsin road test See in context

Kamala Harris told a friendly crowd of Hollywood donors on Thursday 

That says it all right there.

Clint Eastwood and Arnie were busy that evening. Trump will go to CA not because he will win there, he is down by 35% right now, but to collect the cash from Hollywood types and other deluded supporters who have too much money.

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Posted in: Trump calls on Fox News to fire reporter after she confirmed his alleged remarks on Marines killed in action See in context

Typical fascist move by Trump, bury the truth by vilifying the press. In this case Fox news. Murdoch may have turned on Trump, I doubt this confirmation by Fox would not be done without his permission.

And for the military folks who are Trump supporters still, did we not tell you years ago he is a fake President and a pure con man. He thinks you all are idiots for joining the military but he will steal your votes if he can. If you vote for him now, he may be right.

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Posted in: 50-year-old man arrested for beating 20-year-old wife to death with fishing rod See in context

He should get a jail term equal to the life expectancy of his wife. At least 60 years.

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Posted in: Biden slams Trump over alleged comments mocking U.S. war dead See in context

Well, yet another deluded group who blindly follow the fake President get a dose of reality. Hey, you military guys who support Trump are suckers and losers to be in military. He will take your votes and then make fun of you when he thinks no one is listening. It is like when he waves the bible around and has never read it. Those that donated to the Trump Wall run by Trumps people like Bannon took your money and then laughed at you all the way to the bank. Bannon cleared a million plus dollars. You gave him that money.

All of you are rubes. If you want to vote for him again when he makes fun of you and calls you suckers for supporting him then that is on you. We liberals knew he was a con man from the start and that its what he will be his entire life. He fooled you all once, if he fools you again that is on you. You are voting for your own disgrace. If he gets a second term he will start a war to cover for his various failures and many of you will pay with your lives for your votes for him.

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Posted in: Trump calls Abe 'greatest prime minister in Japan's history' See in context

Abe was Trump light before Trump became President. Same empty rhetoric, fake issues (wall and NK kidnappings), massive debt, economic ruin, huge military buildup for no reason, lazy, and now both of them are physically sick.

Trump thinks the PM before Abe was PM SushiRoll.

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Posted in: Ishiba most popular choice for next PM: poll See in context

Lets get Mori back. He was terrific.

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Posted in: U.S. coronavirus cases top 6 million See in context

Hey, didn't Trump say repeatedly that COVID would magically disappear? And that was after he said the pandemic was a hoax and fake news. 180,000 plus deaths due to Trump failure on this health matter in addition to the economy tanking by huge numbers, millions laid off and the Federal Debt skyrocketing.

Getting tired of winning yet?

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