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  • Ender's Avatar
    Today, 03:11 PM
    Here's the WH response to it. I do think the women took the remarks very negatively, whether Trump meant it or not. Besides the grieving wife, the Congresswomen knew the soldier personally and I believe was his principal some years ago. The wife seemed heartbroken over the fact that Trump didn't seem to know the soldier's name and kept calling him "Your guy". If it is someone extremely dear to you, it's a little hard to forgive seeming nonchalance over their death- even if it wasn't meant to sound that way. Trump is terrible with words & really needs to shut up & stay off Twitter. And, off topic- the whole killing of these men is under suspicion- seems to be some secretive stuff attached to the tragedy. Time will tell
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    Today, 01:41 PM
    Trump said this to a grieving pregnant WIFE on speaker phone, who was on her way to the casket with her Congresswoman- and several people heard it.
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Today, 01:39 PM
    "Liberty" people are snarking all the time on this forum instead of having a decent discussion about anything Trump.
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Today, 01:30 PM
    I read about this earlier and it was Trump that made the big deal out of it. Trump said this to a grieving pregnant WIFE on speaker phone, who was on her way to the casket- and several people heard it. Why don't YOU stop being the dumb fuck and admit that Trump should learn to keep his mouth shut and stop with the tweets. Here's the Congresswoman live:
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Today, 01:02 PM
    Yes- Trump did say this; you can slam on Zip all you want or actually own up to some of Trump's stupid remarks.
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:47 PM
    Sorry, dannno, but YOU are the full retard here. Trump is a spoiled brat who is, and always has been, part of the system; he just played Trumpalumpas like a fiddle, so that now everything he does that is destroying even more lives/freedom is hailed with "Oh, Hillary would have been sooo much worse." LIE. Hillary would have been obvious but Trump is possibly even more dangerous, as his adoring fans believe his lies and then make excuses for his flip-flops. Welcome to the Brave New World.
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    Yesterday, 01:35 PM
    Personally, I don't want ICE or any Fed/alphabet org to have any say on what a state can do. THAT is totally unconstitutional.
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:32 PM
    Can we PUHLEEESE get over the "Hillary would have been worse" shit? And I NEVER agreed that Trump was better in any way than Hilary. They are both dung heaps- just some here like one flavor of dung better than the other. I do not like EITHER. GOT IT? And nobody ever really dissed TheCount, that I can recall, until he was obviously anti-Trump- before he was just fun sarcasm- now suddenly he's baaaaaad.
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    Yesterday, 11:40 AM
    President Trump Beats War Drums For Iran By Ron Paul - October 17, 2017 President Trump has been notoriously inconsistent in his foreign policy. He campaigned on and won the presidency with promises to repair relations with Russia, pull out of no-win wars like Afghanistan, and end the failed US policy of nation-building overseas. Once in office he pursued policies exactly the opposite of what he campaigned on. Unfortunately Iran is one of the few areas where the president has been very consistent. And consistently wrong. In the president’s speech last week he expressed his view that Iran was not “living up to the spirit” of the 2015 nuclear agreement and that he would turn to Congress to apply new sanctions to Iran and to, he hopes, take the US out of the deal entirely. Nearly every assertion in the president’s speech was embarrassingly incorrect. Iran is not allied with al-Qaeda, as the president stated. The money President Obama sent to Iran was their own money. Much of it was a down-payment made to the US for fighter planes that were never delivered when Iran changed from being friend to foe in 1979. The president also falsely claims that Iran targets the United States with terrorism. He claims that Iran has “fueled sectarian violence in Iraq,” when it was Iranian militias who prevented Baghdad from being overtaken by ISIS in 2014. There are too many other false statements in the president’s speech to mention. How could he be so wrong on so many basic facts about Iran? Here’s a clue: the media reports that his number one advisor on Iran is his Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley. Ambassador Haley is a “diplomat” who believes war is the best, first option rather than the last, worst option. She has no prior foreign policy experience, but her closest mentor is John Bolton – the neocon who lied us into the Iraq war. How do these people live with themselves when they look around at the death and destruction their policies have caused?
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    Yesterday, 11:07 AM
    Ok, first, I think we need to temper our sci-fi imaginations a little. When thinking in terms of future and past, people tend to remove real human beings from the mix. In the past, humans become a sort of caricature memory. In the future, humans become non-thinkers. I guess it's just human nature to only truly live in the present. But anyway, I digress... Even if the augmentations you envision were to become a reality - and yes, it's just a matter of time - there will be real human interactions and individual incentives that will drive people's access to it. When you say the astronomical gaps between people - you have to realize that there are already astronomical gaps between people in different stages of their lives. I was dirt poor for the beginning of my life, but now I'm fairly successful. Those two "people" couldn't be further from each other if one were just throw a dart on the board and compare them. But the individual was able to move. And with technology, that movement becomes easier - not harder. If you use your imagination within the parameters of real people interacting with technology and the market, it becomes a whole lot less scary. If those super-human technologies exist, they will be available for people to purchase. And there will be a market for a lower-quality technology for a lower price. And there will be those who use the level of tech that they can afford to progress to the higher levels. For me, the argument always comes down to freedom vs. control. If you have freedom, you don't need to worry about technology. It's only when you try to limit technology via some control, that things get really messy. Technology is a tool. It can be used for good or bad. Our job is to make sure it's used for good - and the market will always do that. Our job is NOT to futilely try to prevent technology - that's a recipe for disaster and very much bad governance!
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    Yesterday, 10:27 AM
    I'm always suspicious when I hear people speak about "groups of people" based on wealth, and so should you be. In a economically free society - even one that is relatively economically free - most people do not remain in one group. In fact, there is a great deal of economic mobility between classes. What you're really talking about are people at different stages of their lives. Ironically to that post, technology has always led to an INCREASE in economic mobility, not the opposite.
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:40 AM
    You mean like this shit? http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?515936-Trump-And-Iran-Have-The-Neocons-Won&p=6539924#post6539924
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    Yesterday, 08:38 AM
    President Trump Beats War Drums For Iran By Ron Paul Ron Paul Institute October 17, 2017 President Trump has been notoriously inconsistent in his foreign policy. He campaigned on and won the presidency with promises to repair relations with Russia, pull out of no-win wars like Afghanistan, and end the failed US policy of nation-building overseas. Once in office he pursued policies exactly the opposite of what he campaigned on. Unfortunately Iran is one of the few areas where the president has been very consistent. And consistently wrong.
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:22 AM
    Maybe TheCount has a life? Some have wondered where dannno is while Trump is trying to escalate war with Iran. ;)
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    Yesterday, 07:54 AM
    Yep. President Reagan once visited Salt Lake and was astounded by the LDS welfare system- said it was the best in the world. Now .gov has stopped their farming in many parts of the country and is trying to crush that very same welfare system. Heaven forbid that locals should take care of their own. The gov needs to be taken out of everything.
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  • CaptUSA's Avatar
    10-16-2017, 05:31 PM
    :rolleyes: Some people will never learn. Trump says all kinds of things...
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  • Ender's Avatar
    10-16-2017, 01:09 PM
    Again: We OWED that money to Iran. The 1.7 Billion is just a fraction of what we froze- PLUS we also sold them $400 million in weapons & then reneged on the deal and kept their money.
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    10-16-2017, 01:04 PM
    I've lived in San Diego and I've worked with a lot of the homeless- my experience is that, overall, they are not the dirty mofos most would like to imagine. And, I'm sure there are many homeless there because of the weather.
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    10-16-2017, 12:58 PM
    The US has been meddling in Iran for years- we had NO BUSINESS taking over their government, putting sanctions on them, or labeling them terrorists. IMHPOV this is THE best thing Obama ever did. And we didn't "give" them $1.7 Billion- we gave them back SOME of the $14 Billion WE froze from their bank accounts when we sanctioned them.
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    10-16-2017, 12:29 PM
    Sure. As long as you see it for what it is. There are many circuses afoot - might as well be entertained by them. It's the same sensation I get watching the nooz, only with skilled athletes. The game is still the same: selling viewers to their sponsors.
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    10-16-2017, 12:20 PM
    I still watch. I find it enjoyable. Really... If I were to boycott something every time the organization did something that didn't agree with my politics, I'd never go out of the house. I really couldn't care less about the snowflake controversy du jour.
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    10-16-2017, 11:59 AM
    With Trump, it always seems to be whoever is last in the room with him. John Bolton? Chuck and Nancy? Rand Paul? Doesn't matter. You just want to be the last one to talk to him before he uses a pen.
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    10-10-2017, 11:16 PM
    Ugh, e-Verify... just what we need - more state technology. Nothing to see here folks... move along or I'll unleash tech upon your miserable prole-self. Trump's a smart guy in many ways, but his world is very small in some regards and I don't think he understands freedom quite well enough.
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    10-10-2017, 10:16 PM
    I like Zippy. :p
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    10-10-2017, 10:13 PM
    LOL- you got that right. ;)
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    10-10-2017, 10:11 PM
    Thank you.
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    10-10-2017, 10:11 PM
    I said:
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