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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 02:08 PM
    Which law is that? Cite the Act. I'm curious to see if you're correct or just making stuff up again.
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    Today, 01:58 PM
    No, you're right, it isn't, but much truth is revealed in them. It is best to start learning the tactics being used against you to prompt you to react a certain programmed way to certain programmed stimuli if you want any chance of not being manipulated toward a pre-determined outcome. Actually, I'm just a student of history and can plainly see it being repeated from a mile away. Nothing partisan about it. I know plenty of Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians and others and none of them are itching to incite and/or participate in violence. It's only the armchair internet commandos that do. Outside, there's none of it except what's shown on the tv in controlled and planned settings and from "news" articles pushed by certain controlled interests.
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    Today, 01:52 PM
    That's a terribly misleading headline since the total amount of the 35% dwarfs the total amount of the 63%. And it's not even close. "Non-citizens" can't generally access welfare services, though their "citizen" children can, which is where the vast majority of that 63% figure comes from. In other words, if you aren't a sworn employee of the federal and state corporations (Citizen) we call "governments", you can't receive the benefits of the corporations, either.
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    Today, 12:37 PM
    It's probably not a winning argument to suggest that NYC, of all places, didn't rely heavily on immigrant labor to build much of the city. Other parts of the country, maybe, but NYC? Come on. I assume you consider the many Irish, Jewish and others that emigrated to NYC to be immigrants and not merely a distinction based on skin color. Not Grand Central specific but makes the point: https://ny.curbed.com/2018/2/26/17028956/new-york-buildings-architecture-immigrants-emery-roth-rosario-candela
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 12:17 PM
    Sure, sure. And the first Civil War was cuz' slavery too.
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    Today, 12:09 PM
    Gotta get the name and face out there in order to build the base in the first place. I think it's a pretty smart use of resources in such an important primary state as SC, especially with such a crowded field and media trustiness at all time lows. I don't know the cost of the billboards but a hell of a lot of people drive past them daily, see her attractive smiling face and her name in GIANT letters.
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    Today, 12:01 PM
    Makes me wonder if the counterfeiting protection is a cover story for any necessary redesign as part of a FRN currency reset which would reincorporate gold and silver as money. Perhaps denomination changes and monetary tracking ability? They could have introduced micro-stamping a long time ago if it was just to counter counterfeiting. Rule #1: Never trust what a government official says any monetary change is for. It's 99% sure to be a lie or a lie by omission.
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    Today, 11:49 AM
    Interestingly, Tulsi has large billboards next to interstates all over SC. No other candidates do. That's doing way more for her name recognition than any debates would. At times, her "story" seems a bit too scripted so far...
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 11:34 AM
    Nobody? http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?539738-Trump-Civil-War-Quote-Tweet-Is-Actually-Grounds-for-Impeachment-Says-Harvard-Law-Professor&p=6868226&viewfull=1#post6868226 From a Trump Civil War thread: Sounds like advocating attacks and even genocide. Man, it's really amazing how easily people can be pitted against each other by using well-placed propaganda, staged stories and a central figure that none of the dupes on either side have ever even met.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 11:14 AM
    You can't just claim breach of contract but not explain how it breached the contract. Trump proclaiming it a breach of contract doesn't make it a breach of contract either. In fact, it sounds like both sides engaged in good old fashioned free-market negotiation (one party wants low cost, other counters with high cost, then resolution is found somewhere in the middle). The bonus is that the Trump campaign got the Trumpkins all spun up in the meantime. Political manipulation 101. Maybe. Didn't happen so not relevant. I didn't quote you so not sure why you're taking that part personally. But by all means vote for whomever you like and for whatever vapid reasons you come up with. Since you couldn't see that I quoted SS, not you, it seems TDS maybe has two sides?
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    Today, 11:02 AM
    Which Congressionally instituted statute is that? The article only mentions the ACA but that's *gasp* Obamacare! And you told us that Trump repealed that, remember?
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    Yesterday, 02:41 PM
    Pssh who needs Congress or separation of powers or that old nonsense? Just let Donnie make up laws by "proclamation" as he goes along. :rolleyes: Seems some people are dying for an authoritarian declaring whatever like he's King.
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    Yesterday, 02:12 PM
    I guess you missed the part of the thread earlier where it was plainly stated that the security charges in the contract were open ended. How does one breach a contract where the specific terms of the contract are not defined in the contract? Indeed it was resolved and that's good, but saying that it was under the terms of the original contract ignores that the original contract had no specified security fee. Most likely the settlement amount was something higher than what the Trump campaign wanted and something lower than the $500k+. I don't know if that was the cost or not, nor do you and whether it was the actual cost is irrelevant. Are you suggesting that contracts should only be in the amount of the costs for the selling party? Sounds pretty socialist to prevent the City of Minneapolis (a corporation) and the Target Center (the corporation's property) from profiting from their services and the use of their property. For someone that cries about the dangers of socialism you sure seem to like to apply the principles of socialism (no profit, no free control of private property) when it involves anything Trumptastic.
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    10-12-2019, 12:38 PM
    I like how Rand never gets spun up and maintains composure even as Goldberg cuts him off for commercial and Navarro nearly melts down into hysterics. Navarro is a Harvard CFR type masquerading as a "day time ladies talk show host" on the side. As vapid as The View is in general, it's main purpose is to brainwash stay-at-home moms with propaganda that they generally wouldn't be exposed to otherwise through the infotainment propaganda "news" channels.
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    10-12-2019, 12:01 PM
    Perhaps the word "trade" being used doesn't mean what we're inclined to think it does, as in plastic stuff on Walmart shelves. Lots of things can be traded. Like Treasuries for cash. That fits the banker MO of applying a meaning to a word that is different than the common meaning and not doing anything to alleviate the misconception. Seems to me that the only logical explanation is that the Fed is repo'ing Treasuries from current holders, such the Chinese. It's either that or a bank(s) are insolvent and dumping Treasuries to raise cash. I'm sticking with foreign/institutional holders dumping.
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    10-12-2019, 11:04 AM
    How so? Or are you one of the many that still don't understand that modern governments are actually corporations? As are political campaigns... Two corporations entering contracts for services...free market rules of supply and demand should (and in this case, did) apply. Or are you going to argue about political differences not applying to the free market and that "fairness" should be part of the free market? If so, I hope you didn't argue on behalf of bakers refusing to bake cakes for gay couples (political/religious) or ever say that businesses should be able to raise prices to evacuees from hurricanes.
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    10-11-2019, 07:59 PM
    A corporation is charging another corporation what they want to in exchange for their services, under a supply and demand model. Seems pretty market-based to me. Whether one agrees with the rate is subjective.
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    10-11-2019, 04:21 PM
    Bummer, sorry. Scammers suck and should be strung up by their nutsacks.
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    10-11-2019, 04:15 PM
    Could. Depends on which bank it is. Maybe someone is using JPM as an intermediary? It's not like JPM would ever be fined or lose participation if they were playing intermediary between the Fed and the Chinese, for example. Taking the Chinese Ts for loans from JPM, then JPM passes them back to the Fed via repos. Just a thought... (Oh and suddenly there's a phase of a "trade deal" with the Chinese announced in the same time frame. Interesting...) Dunno, don't care at the moment. Let's see what it amounts to in a month or longer.
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    10-10-2019, 08:22 PM
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/will-clintons-destroy-democratic-party Hallelujah! Now let us pray... (rumors floating around of Hillary announcing another run)
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    10-10-2019, 07:35 PM
    Rather important part of the contract (license agreement) in your posted article: That means the amount wasn't specified in the contract and could have been anything the free market called for. Yes, the free market can be politically motivated. See: gay cakes. Any way, the amount has been settled. The lesson is don't sign contracts with open ended cost terms in politically hostile territory. The free market might make you pay a hefty sum.
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    10-10-2019, 07:18 PM
    The Target Center is not private. Still waiting on the source for that claim about a contract already being signed. That's also kinda important to get to the bottom of it.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    10-10-2019, 07:15 PM
    Too busy droppin' trillions into giant sand lots to bring banker hegemony to the world...
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  • devil21's Avatar
    10-10-2019, 07:09 PM
    So no source then? Target Center is owned by the city of Minneapolis btw. Literally 2 seconds to search found that info. Kinda important to the story, no?
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  • devil21's Avatar
    10-10-2019, 07:07 PM
    A fair point but you'll never catch me defending Benton, ever nor Ron's choices of associates. Regardless, if Ron's advisors and donors were being arrested at the rate Trump's are (albeit not many, but there is a trend emerging) I'd have to question it myself. Paulites could have only wished we had donors illegally dumping $350k into superPACs lol.
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    10-10-2019, 06:59 PM
    Source? If you have evidence that a contract, delineating cost and terms was already signed, and now huge extra charges are being added on after the fact, then yes that's a different story. I haven't seen proof of that and short of reading the actual contract we'll be supposing what is in the contract or forced to believe biased sources on either side of the dispute. eta: It's also curious that no one seems to be able to say who exactly the contract is between. Campaign says it's the Secret Service. Secret Service says it's the campaign. Someone is lying. Or there's no contract.
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    10-10-2019, 06:53 PM
    https://www.cnbc.com/2019/10/10/foreign-born-trump-donors-tied-to-rudy-giulianis-ukraine-efforts-arrested.html https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/10/10/florida-businessmen-ukraine-biden-campaign-finance-violations/ Opposing media narratives supplied for balance. Seems that only Trump associated folks are being drained from the swamp so far, though. When can we just accept that they're all corrupt and stop with the whataboutism and partisanship?
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  • devil21's Avatar
    10-10-2019, 06:37 PM
    I wasn't aware that the Target Center was the only place in the entire state of Minnesota that Trump could hold a rally. Are you going to make them bake a cake for Trump too? :tears:
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    10-10-2019, 06:29 PM
    If one of them takes up your cause, you'll probably at least get some hilarious pictures out of it. The odds of getting back the money and LE doing anything about the fraud is pretty slim though, assuming it's a west african scammer. They just pay off the police from the stolen funds.
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    10-10-2019, 03:24 PM
    Check out 419eater.com forum. Those folks live for this sort of stuff and would happily help with your project.
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