• BamaAla's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:37 PM
    Count yourself lucky then. I have many friends that feigned outrage over Trump's suggestion, yet balk at the idea that their god obama had committed any wrongdoing vis-a-vis drone strikes.
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  • BamaAla's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:25 PM
    By "engage in U.S.politics" do they mean go to Trump rallies and start fights?
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  • BamaAla's Avatar
    06-27-2016, 10:14 PM
    Just watched the finale and was a fan. It took 8 episodes, but the season ended on a high note.
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  • BamaAla's Avatar
    06-27-2016, 10:03 PM
    Maybe, but we'll have to wait to see. My point remains, the wapo poll is window dressing at best; Trump has to flip battle ground states and Hillary has to hold the line, but an outlier poll in late June provides zero insight to either proposition. I'm still of the opinion that Trump flips several of those states and wins, but I can't quantify or substantiate that position...but at least I admit that. Trumpkin 4 lyfe!
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  • BamaAla's Avatar
    06-27-2016, 09:33 PM
    A national poll of 836 registered voters before the conventions is as useless as tits on a boar hog. At this point, the only polling that is even remotely useful is in the important states and that is still extremely premature. Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida, Colorado, and Virginia are fairly tight; that is where the hay will be made.
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  • BamaAla's Avatar
    06-26-2016, 10:47 PM
    You may show me an isolated incident of a text book going to Afghanistan as I have no idea what you're talking about, but it is simply incorrect to suggest that the U.S. had any direct involvement in radicalizing Afghanistan during the soviet war. The U.S. flew almost completely blind in that ordeal. We poured money into Afghanistan through Pakistan and never asked how they spent it. Pakistan was the decision makers and they saw fit to back the Mujahideen rather than more secular groups fighting the soviets because they thought they could control the Pashto tribesmen. Pakistan is the party that invited Wahabi teachers to madrasas for refugee Afghan and Pashto children. Sure, the U.S. was complicit, but Pakistan and Saudi Arabia are responsible for the lion's share of that mess. The story of radicalization in Afghanistan is jut a blurb in "The Great Game" that has roots long before the Unites States was any kind of player in international affairs.
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  • BamaAla's Avatar
    05-31-2016, 11:07 PM
    Trump is many things; a neoconservative is not among them. I wouldn't be upset if we just stopped using the term neocon. In political theory, neoconservative thought and policy was, from its infancy at U of C, a very specific, fairly well defined ideology; at some point Ron Paul supporters got a hold of the term and just starting painting everyone with it. At present, the term has lost its meaning and has allowed the real neoconservatives to re-brand themselves and sort of slip back into the shadows of government, media, and influential think tanks.
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