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    11-16-2017, 11:50 AM
    Not to mention when the "accuracy of the people coming forward" becomes nearly indisputable, how long before they choose people they dont want around and just have some people make up stories about them, then prosecute and kill their reputation? ie. Anyone who is opposed to tptb.
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    11-05-2017, 04:56 PM
    Not sure how collectivism would be considered a libertarian ideology. ^^ This. Just as how we shouldn't be in so many countries fighting wars for them as our own falls apart (though there's many other reasons we shouldn't be), we cant be taking in more people until we're in a better position, regardless of religion. If you are poor and struggling to make ends meet, are you going to adopt a kid and put them in that situation on top of the added financial strain to yourself?
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    11-01-2017, 02:27 PM
    They pulled this ad because of what happened last night. Quite a strange coincidence how nearly the same thing that was implied here happened, but with opposite implied races being the aggressor. The American Horror Story episode that was released the same time the Las Vegas shooting happened aired a mass shooting at an event (which they then censored). Creepy coincidences..
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    11-01-2017, 02:11 PM
    I will agree to that, but that doesn't mean I'm going to defend the slightly less evil person. They are still evil after all. I will still be highly critical of them and expect of them what a REAL president is supposed to do.
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    11-01-2017, 01:59 PM
    But the reality is that we arent going any closer in the right direction. If you read the above article and research how accurate it is, it completely shows you how nothing has changed for the better and in fact in most cases just getting worse. I see no evidence that Trump has taken one step toward correcting anything thus far. As I stated above, there are a few things the president can do without congressional approval that would benefit us that he hasn't done. So he has absolutely no excuse for breaking that promise. Which only goes to show you that he is more of the same - listening to the same people Obama and previous presidents listened to.
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    11-01-2017, 01:50 PM
    Is that an implication that you truly believe Trump is good and is trying to make the country better? Ok go with that narrative for the sake of argument.. He ran on lessening our overseas footprint. One power the president actually does have as granted by the Constitution is to immediately withdraw troops from anywhere. So what's the excuse as to why he isn't following through with that promise? Not only is he not doing that, but he's encouraging more war. The few things he's done are completely outweighed by the bad things going on behind the scenes that he is distracting you from. Things he is likely well aware of and doesn't give a crap about. He is just a giant, loud-mouthed distraction. They want you to focus all your attention on attacking or defending Trump meanwhile they keep passing more laws to take away our freedoms. Surely if Trump was such a good guy, he could use his authoritarian ideology to just executive order his way to a good country. Or are we going to pretend now suddenly when it could be used for good, the "Constitution prevents us from doing such things" as if nearly every action taken by the government now is constitutional..
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    11-01-2017, 01:42 PM
    Now how do we get people to realize this is the case? :mad:
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    11-01-2017, 01:15 PM
    That is wrong on so many levels. First of all, when you're the only non-corrupt candidate, any move is a move they'll try to attack you for. If he was against McConnell they would've just instead pushed the narrative of him not being a Republican.. that he should just run as a Democrat instead. There is no "right" move when anything you do will be twisted and manipulated to make you look bad when the entire army of the media is against you. The real reason he lost? Sanders was propped up to siphon the disenfranchised young voters that would've otherwise voted for Rand, just as how the young people voted for Ron.. however the promises to rid them of their insane student debt seemed too tempting. Ok so that angle is covered. Next group of people who would support Rand? Conservatives / Constitutionalists. Ok, how do we siphon that group from him? Ted Cruz. All the pied piper talking heads who pretend they care about the constitution only to lead their viewers astray when it matters the most (ensuring what they claim they're for never really happens) push Ted Cruz hard. "He's Rand Paul, but better on foreign policy". What remaining people would've went to Rand? People who realize the media is bullshit and that being an enemy of the media actually makes you look good 'cuz you know they're corrupt..Obviously they set up Donald Trump to be against the media to help him win.. It may have seemed like it was to hurt him, but it was only to ensure that he was labeled the anti-media candidate. If they truly wanted Trump to lose, they wouldn't have given him nearly as much air time. What's a few million dollars vs losing your control of media if you truly thought he was a non-corrupt guy who would rid them of corruption if elected? A portion of the remaining people left to support Rand are young people who've done extensive research when it comes to the government, economy, foreign policy..but a lot of those people dont have the money to donate to his campaign.
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    10-31-2017, 11:12 AM
    I wouldn't blame him to be honest. I swear he must feel like this every time he tries talking to Congress and the media:
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    10-31-2017, 11:00 AM
    I'm pretty sure the left-right paradigm and the tactics of divide and conquer used by the media have existed long before Trump. Sure, his actions may have escalated it, but the media painted him out to be Satan and still continue to. This leads to dividing a lot of people into two opposing groups. Do you agree with media and treat Trump like Satan or do you disagree with him and "defend" him as if you're defending yourself because in defending him, you're defending your ideology opposing the media in a sense. I dont disagree with you that people are only becoming more ignorant and violent, but this all can't be blamed on Trump.
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    10-30-2017, 11:57 AM
    So wanting a serial killer dead to not waste taxpayer dollars for 40+ years on somebody who killed numerous people means you also want people of a different skin color dead? That's a pretty messed up correlation you made there. Personally, I'd be all for the death penalty (as even Ron Paul originally was) if the justice system wasn't so corrupt. However, for those where there's irrefutable proof, I see no reason to waste taxpayer dollars unless those who are strongly against it personally fund their cost to be in prison for the rest of their lives. Though I guess this is yet another issue that mostly exists because of government. Poor economy, crazy brain-altering prescription medication, media pinning everyone against each other leads to much more frustrations that make people snap.
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    10-26-2017, 02:43 PM
    I feel the effects of this all too well. I have as many certifications that can be acquired without having a requirement of years of work experience to get an application for further advancement of that career pathway. However, nearly everyone wants people who have these advanced certifications that require 2-4 + years of work experience to acquire. Fewer companies means aside from those already strongly established (who generally selectively picked overqualified candidates for the positions) my options are fairly limited in finding those willing to hire entry level candidates to gain that experience. A frustrating situation indeed.
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    10-26-2017, 02:19 PM
    Do we know the people who said these things have been active Facebook users - real people, not just paid trolls to create news stories? While I dont put it past people to say these things, I tend to look at everything reported in the media and ask myself, "What idea can this story instill into peoples' minds? Who would want people thinking that way? Is this a story that would otherwise be reported if there wasn't an intended agenda?" How often are some comments random unknown people make on Facebook reported? I'd imagine only if it suits their agenda and gives them material to help push it. The idea pushed would be, "Conspiracy theorists are violent nuts. If you think crisis actors exist or question the official story given of the event, you are a violent nut. You aren't a violent nut like this guy in the story, right? So don't question the official story. Also, be sure to stay away from people talking against the official stories because they are crazy people like this guy as well." Who gains from this pushed mindset? I think that's pretty obvious. While obviously this is speculation, I don't think it should be ruled out. I see no reason why this would even normally become a story being reported. If they reported on every time somebody made a violent threat or said horrible, foul language, they wouldn't have nearly enough time to pump out all the stories. So why this one?
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    10-24-2017, 03:25 PM
    Lol. Assuming what is released isn't some altered disinformation which they've had years to prepare for and it truly reveals corruption of the past, what good do you think would come of it? Why is Trump more focused on "exposing corruption" from events years ago that cant be changed when he could expose corruption of things currently going on now..oh because he's involved in that corruption.. that's why. Look over to the shiny object on the left, as I screw you over from the right.
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    10-24-2017, 03:21 PM
    Are you surprised? The elite faction of Jewish people have been overplaying the victim card to the point of creating enemies against themselves for us to feel sorry for them for an eternity. Why do you think WWII is by far the most advertised thing in History channel and in Hollywood. We better never forget the Holocaust. Israel is forever justified in anything they do because of it and well.. they are "God's chosen people and can do no wrong". And no.. I'm not anti-semitic, I'm not against any group of people for I completely disagree with collectivism. These are just facts that they use to manipulate the evangelicals via the bible and liberals via the mostly jewish-controlled media.
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    10-24-2017, 01:15 PM
    Riight. Self-serving... Perhaps solely with the "leave ni**ers" we could possibly chalk it up to him referring to the criminal black people who act poorly as such. In combination with "KKK" it was clearly intended to be perceived as if a white person created it in order create more hatred toward white people. If his goal was to create more hatred towards white people and rally black people to attack white people then I guess then we could say it was self-serving. Unless of course:
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    10-24-2017, 12:59 PM
    Conspiracies of the past to distract us from the conspiracies of the present....
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    10-24-2017, 12:55 PM
    Awaiting Trump lovers to find a way to defend this. Trump has talked with Rand various times. It's pretty well-known that the only reason people even talk about the Federal Reserve is Ron Paul bringing it into the light. If Trump was truly non-corrupt, who would be a better person to talk to about recommendations than Rand..who not only seems to be the most competent elected official when it comes to economic sanity, but also can easily consult his father who has only predicted nearly everything that has happened economically in the past 20+ years.. More of the same ass-kissing of the banksters and military industrial complex. Good thing soon we'll have better options for cheaper healthcare (the only good thing "Trump" {thanks to Rand} has done) that way we still cant afford it when the same bullcrap economic policies completely kill our currency.
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