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    Today, 07:04 PM
    It doesn't make Weld a great guy, people are posting Trump's CFR connection to point out the irony of a Trump booster using CFR connections in attacking another politician, a politician almost nobody on this website supports.
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    Today, 06:35 PM
    Oh, congress would immediately find a backbone once he starts doing things they disapprove off, things like cutting defense spending, aid to Israel, getting out of the UN, ending the wars, ending the FED etc etc. But since that is unlikely, you are correct, they won't stop one of their own.
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    Today, 05:45 PM
    Because it is the Think tank that influences great leaders like Hillary Clinton, Donald Rumsfeld, Madeline Albright and Dick Cheney. By influences, I mean tell them which wars the US should fight next using your sons and daughters and your tax money.
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    Today, 05:26 PM
    Don't forget Trump's connection to the Clinton crime family. They are so chummy together that he was invited to the exclusive Clinton daughter's wedding with all the elite CFR and neocon members.
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    Today, 05:21 PM
    I saw the video a few years back and I have to say, Palin was the star of the show, her tits were on point if you know what I mean ;)
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    Today, 11:20 AM
    You make way too much sense for me to respond. But I'll just add this for the people who think Rand or anyone for that matter could have just switched gears to mimic or copy in any meaningful way what Trump is doing. For one, a lot of it comes from his personality and celebrity that he has developed the past 30 plus yrs, another part being the boost he is getting from the media and the other being the weaselly rhetoric. Someone else would do exactly what he is doing right now to a tee(or even customize this behaviour to his personality) but he/she would most likely fail without the background to support that kind of behaviour. So lets face it, an educated, well spoken, calm, rational, eye surgeon from Kentucky is not compatible with that Trump style and were Rand to have tried to do a Trump impression, he too would have failed. Lastly, I did not see Trump ascension coming because I did not listen to Scott Adams who said I for sure won't make that mistake again and that includes betting on the general public ever doing he right thing
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    Today, 10:54 AM
    Except for when that player is playing your daughter, sister or something you hold dear to your heart
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    Today, 09:24 AM
    The other question is why are you not doing it? why am I not doing it? why does it have to be used only in politics? Imagine the kind of money you can be making, the number of chicks you could be banging with the ability to manipulate weak minded people. You can even sell them an expensive real estate education program that teaches them nothing and they will shower you with money they don't even have.
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    Yesterday, 06:34 PM
    Can anyone tell why Donald Trump always tries to be vague, send mix signals and sometimes just outright confusing. Is it because he lacks a good command of the English language? or maybe he is afraid to tell the truth because TPTB would cut into his business? or maybe just maybe he is a con man like most politicians trying to swindle the gullible rubes who for whatever reason are supporting his campaign? /wrist
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    Yesterday, 06:29 PM
    Lol, from now on, I too will be voting for the lesser of two weevils. That made my day :)
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    Yesterday, 12:07 PM
    He probably thought he could bribe his way out of this trouble but it turns out that this judge is not as corrupt as his friend Hillary who is used to taking money from the Donald. What a sad excuse for a presidential candidate.
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    Yesterday, 10:23 AM
    I saw an interview he did on CNN about supporting AWB as a governor and his response was that he is a hunter and he likes hunting. Nothing even about self defense, just hunting. I don't think the man aware of what libertarians are all about
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    05-27-2016, 02:46 PM
    I just said one of his most viewed race video was made before Trump started running, normally your audience grows when you start catering to a new community and obvious it grew his audience grew a bit after he started kissing Trump's asshole. But he never had any problem attracting viewers to his race and feminist videos. Also did you ever wonder how people like Sargon of Akkad and Milo made their name? it wasn't from anything Trump related, they made their names and the vast majority of their audience from the backlash against gamergate. All this anti SJW, feminism, political correctness stuff started with gamergate not Trump. If anything, he piggybacked on the whole campaign to gain supporters for his presidential run. But here giving credit to Trump for building the campaign.
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    05-27-2016, 02:27 PM
    I don't think you understand, my vote is a strategic one. The strategy here being to sh*t on some people that annoy me and laugh at their misery. The way I figured this election, either candidate winning wouldn't really change my life in any meaningful way. So I haven't lost my mind, instead i figured out a way to enjoy what is left of it.
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    05-27-2016, 02:20 PM
    This is complete and utter rubbish. Stefan Molyneux have been talking about race and IQ for the longest time, one of his highest viewed race video about slavery done before Trump ever though of getting into the race, Stefan has also been talking about the evils of women, divorce courts, single mothers, feminists etc etc, he even had one of the early interviews with girlwriteswhat before all this Trump shit started. Milo on the other hand has been pawning SJW, liberals and feminists since gamergate issue arose and that too was way before Trump started his campaign. Maybe you only discovered Milo after Trump but he had his voice before Trump To say Trump spurred them on or gave them a voice is just not true. Lastly, the mainstream media was dying before Trump, now all his supporters tune in to hear the shitty things is going to say thus giving the MSM millions of extra dollars in advertisement money. So thanks Trump and his supporters for giving them new life.
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    05-27-2016, 02:02 PM
    The only reason why we have only one war criminal in the race is because the other guy haven't been given the opportunity be a criminal. Trump has supported the wars the Clintons have waged, he has also supported their political careers and foundations with his money. So please spare me with the righteous indignation about be trying to make the best out of a shitty election cycle. So yes, my goal is to have a laugh as best as I can. And luckily for me, that lies with seeing Trump shellacked in the general election, I am talking about losing all 50 states, getting less votes than Vermin Supreme etc etc. Also, I would really love to say to Trump supporters "I told you so", I want them to feel the anguish I felt when they left my guy for an obvious big govt, liberal, war monger from NY, I want them to explain incessantly and rightfully how Clinton is a horrible choice, so I can ignore it and still say that "I will vote for her" So depending on how they are polling in Nebraska, I just might vote for Hillary to make this wish come true. Hope you now get where I am coming from.
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    05-26-2016, 10:40 PM
    When Hillary says that she is going to shut down coal, she is telling the truth, when she says that she is going to intervene in Syria, she is telling the truth, she says that she wants to raise the minimum wage to $10 not $15 and she will also try to accomplish that. There are lots of other examples where she is not afraid to say the awful things she will do in office and all of them are things she will work tirelessly to accomplish. Trump on the other hand to flip and flip depending on what the audience is doing. That is the sign of a dishonest man. To be honest with you, Hillary is the devil I know
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    05-26-2016, 10:13 PM
    I understand the hate for establishment types, politicians blah blah blah, but how can anyone vote for this man? I don't get it
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    05-26-2016, 10:06 PM
    I just think Hillary is a honest version of Obama. Things would be bad under her reigns but its not going to be that bad. As for Trump, I see him as being a wildcard of sorts which means he could be really good, about the same or much worse than Hillary. My money is on him being about the same as Hillary and I have him being worse at a close second. I think you would be able to see the comedy in my scenario if you focused more on the Trump losing in a landslide than the Hillary winning part
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    05-26-2016, 09:36 PM
    I am not sure anymore. For one, I really don't think we would see any change if Trump or Hillary get the office. But I just think it would be a lot more hilarious and entertaining for me if Trump is defeated in a landslide. I am talking about complete humiliation to the point he is ashamed to face his supporters. So I guess you can say I want to have a good laugh cos that's all left to be had in this election cycle.
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    05-26-2016, 09:10 PM
    We do that after the landslide Hillary victory :)
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    05-26-2016, 01:16 PM
    But how in the world could they have predicted that the US would attack their enemies especially when the attackers were Saudis and Egyptians? or that the US would have done shoddy investigation that wouldn't implicate them. There is just way too much to risk for the Saudis to have done this all by themselves.
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    05-26-2016, 12:35 PM
    . This is what would happen if more people thought like these two gentlemen in the audio and this should not apply to just a President Trump, it should apply to all presidents.
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    05-25-2016, 05:17 PM
    Can't stand Beck but to be fair to him, it was hypothetically speaking aka thought experiment. And they qualified it by saying this Seeing as almost presidents if not all presidents we've ever had has overstepped his constitutional mandate one way or the other, I would give them the benefit of the doubt and assume that they are talking about Trump overstepping it more than it has ever been done before. In that case, I don't mind a patriot putting a bullet through the man's face. Just imagine how much better this country would be if presidents have real fear of getting one between the eyes when they grossly overstep their constitutional restraints?
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    05-25-2016, 03:37 PM
    Sorry, but I can't show you any proof that this school district had insurance coverage for harassment lawsuit payouts, I was speculating that they have it because I have read news stories where school districts used the insurance company to payout monetary penalties. The point I am making about insurance is that for one, they already paid the premium for it, so no extra money would be coming out from Joe Taxpayer. The most likely outcome if they had insurance would be that the insurer will demand the school make policy changes to harassment and maybe a slight premium increase. Again, I am just speculating. News story about a school using insurance coverage to settle a lawsuit http://www.kcci.com/news/dm-school-district-agrees-to-pay-sebring-in-settlement/34640300 Don't get me wrong, I would take a stern warning and maybe even a suspension over a 60k payout but since the school admins didn't do their jobs, the tax payers get to pay just a very little. Just hope everyone learnt this very expensive lesson and it doesn't happen again. And if you can't behave yourself at the workplace, get lost, no need harassing this man because he is different. Btw this is the future for him cos if I read the story correctly, this has been an on going problem
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    05-25-2016, 08:44 AM
    The point of punitive damages like this is to apply financial pain so the institution fixes the problem so that it doesn't happen again. Like I said before, I am only OK with this financial penalty if the harassment allegation was true.
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    05-25-2016, 08:40 AM
    True, I am don't have much management experience but I also don't have any executive experience yet I give advice, make suggestions, criticize presidents and presidential candidates and somehow you never had a problem with that. So what I am saying is that I don't need management experience to give my opinion on the story Btw, if I was president, things would be much better than it is now. Yes, articles from certain types of websites exaggerate and spice up the news stories for view. Buzzfeed is example of a website that would sensationalize the news to hurt conservatives and dailycaller is their opposite. Knowing this makes one take the information they put in the article with great caution.
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    05-24-2016, 11:06 PM
    From the school's insurance policy? Regardless of where the money is coming from, it is only $60k and of that 60k, about 15k would be going back to the govt in taxes. If paying out a token amount is what it takes to get these guys to be serious about workplace harassment? then so be it.
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    05-24-2016, 07:54 PM
    You bring up a good point and that is the possibility of the whole thing being a made up harassment. Still the article should have covered it as the main story i.e. put more emphasis on the harassment accusation instead of the sensational side story of "he sued because of not being referred to by the right pronoun" Also, be honest with me, would you believe a Police department if they investigated their own and found their people not guilty? If no, then why believe a school district for doing the same. If he was truly harassed at work then I am not too bothered with the payout.
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