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    08-17-2016, 01:24 PM
    Another step closer to 1984 being fully realized. Next step: thought police, coming to a local city near you!
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    08-12-2016, 10:37 PM
    Could someone please define "reverse racism" for me? Things have gotten so cozy for bigoted non-white and/or non-males in the public sphere, that we are going to continue seeing more of these things as the resistance to this is nothing more than a tiny whimper. We won't be hearing a peep from the media either as this is where big government sentiments rest, ie: white males suck, everyone else gets a pass.
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    08-12-2016, 10:18 PM
    I will begin sending prayers to Preet and his family.
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    08-06-2016, 10:05 PM
    Yes. At best they are a very general indicator of how old people that typically use land lines are leaning towards. Does not include the majority of people that do not use land lines or don't answer phone calls from unknown sources. Basically, an easy trick up to the sleeve of the mainstream media to pump this crap out 24/7 to get there favorites positive coverage and their opponents negative. Gallup, the long time pollster company that decided not to cover polls for the 2016 election, even pointed this out saying polling is no longer valid due to modern phone technology and greatly reduced usage of land lines.
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    08-05-2016, 05:02 PM
    The same people that got Perot to drop out of the race in 1992.
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    08-04-2016, 09:30 PM
    Perot did indeed drop out of the race, shortly after he was leading in a 3-way race over both Bush and Clinton. He claimed there had been threats against his daughter and that her wedding was going to be ruined or something along those lines. Once he got back in, he had lost most of the steam he had initially built and was never able to fully recover. Dropping out guaranteed that he no longer remain a threat to the establishment. I've gotta believe that the threat was more serious than what he told us, but I guess we'll never know.
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    08-04-2016, 12:52 PM
    I see him using a lot of words that the media is freaking out about, which has been his modus operandi from the beginning. Nothing new here, we all learned what he was all about only a month into his campaign. Meanwhile we have actions by another candidate that actually has real world effects on people, affecting the democratic voting process, and destroying lives whether it be foreign or domestically. I fail to see how this is comparable in any way as far as media coverage of candidates goes. Not only is the media basically ignoring this regarding Clinton, they are going to great lengths to make all of the stories about the Trumpster instead. Even the stories that have been about Clinton and the DNC, have been turned right around into a Trump story, ala Russian hackers blah blah blah Both of these candidates are terrible in different ways. It's the response and the favoritism by the media that is so telling and why most of us have already figured out that having faith in the media is about as rewarding as having faith in a tree stump.
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    08-04-2016, 07:42 AM
    Yep, I saw them make the announcement at the end of the Libertarian town hall. I guess they were waiting for Jill Stein to make her VP announcement and she finally did a few days ago. It seemed curious that the Libertarian party had already had 2 town halls, with no mention of any upcoming Green Party town hall, despite slowly rising poll numbers for them.
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    08-04-2016, 07:06 AM
    Anyone noticing the pure media manipulation or attempt at manipulation here? I've never seen it this bad and I was there paying attention for the duration of both the 2008 and 2012 Paul campaigns. They have never been fighting so hard to smear a person. I'm finding myself echoing Thomas Massie's sentiments earlier in the campaign, when he said he hates being put into a position to defend someone he does not support or like, but that seems to be what is happening again and again here as the attempts by the media get larger and more desperate everyday. Trump had some harsh words to say in recent weeks about some dead soldier's father and the media is saying it's all over for Trump, he is suiciding etc. Meanwhile Hillary has scandal after scandal her campaign is desperately trying to deflect and cover up and there is not a peep from the media on it, at least not since the first day of the DNC. Words vs. Corruption. In America, words are the bigger issue at hand in 2016, according to the media.
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    08-02-2016, 10:01 AM
    CNN assumes that Libertarian votes will steal votes for Trump so they are giving increased exposure here. GJ says that they are taking evenly from both major parties, which would make the assumption by CNN false. Curious where the Green Party town hall is, especially now that Jill Stein chose her VP. Hint: they don't want disaffected Bernie supporters being encouraged to vote for Stein so the glorious chosen one Hillary has maximum potential to win.
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    08-01-2016, 09:18 AM
    Johnson has been in the 9-13% range in 3 way polling over the last 3 months. He's going to have to do something more than what he has been doing because the numbers are pretty much flat lining in that range. Jill Stein is also starting to pick up some momentum after the e-mail shenanigans and the Bernie debacle, which may end up hurting Johnson's numbers. I'm beginning to think GJ isn't going to make the debates unless he changes strategy to get more people's attention and he does so immediately. Doing interviews where he comes across as awkward and stuttering and doesn't get the message out in a clean and concise way, is not helping him gain ground.
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    08-01-2016, 07:06 AM
    Water is wet, grass is green, and Johnson is a fake libertarian. Still, I'm hoping that he does get in the debates and gives cause and legitimacy to an alternate voice, third parties in general, and the cause of liberty even as diluted as he makes it. At best, he is the lesser of three evils, instead of two, which I suppose is a slight upgrade.
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    07-29-2016, 02:29 AM
    Under her time as Secretary of State, we first had the Benghazi hearings which seemed like we were going to finally find her guilty of treasonous acts and expose her to the country for what she was. Nope. Then we had the e-mail server, filled with either classified documents or deleted documents, subverting the proper line of communication that all other members of government must abide by for security purposes. We had her and we have seen previous people like General Patraeus get harsh punishment or threats of punishment for that type of mishandling of sensitive information. Nope. Then there was the most recent obvious collusion with the DNC as evidenced through e-mails, that she basically was handed the nomination by the party, not the people. Surely she would have some kind of consequences and pay, along with Debbie Schultz, for this. Nope. Now we have the newest, bestest, indictment filled information we have had thus far, that all but ensures her to finally pay for all of her trespasses against the country and more importantly, to the people of this country. Really? Not since Keyser Söze have we seen someone be able to walk away unharmed from their guilt, their foul behavior, and their corruption as easily as this person. In fact, it's been shoved in the face of every American that turns on the television so much, that hearing about her stories have become as mundane as drinking a glass of water.
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    07-28-2016, 02:42 AM
    The Romney camp threatened the Paul camp to stop all ads against Romney or he would end his family name. The RNC gave money to to the Romney camp to help support his campaign whereas Ron Paul, who was essentially Romney's only competitor as they were entering the RNC, got no help. During the RNC only Romney's name was allowed to be spoken, there was never a single mention of the Paul name at any point. During the RNC, delegates from multiple states were either forced out or forced to vote for Romney even though they were Paul delegates. Rules were changed, essentially in secret, to prevent Paul from being nominated from the floor. Any potential for dissent from Paul people, was removed through manipulation of the rules in a non-transparent way. Reading between the lines here, there was an obvious collusion between Romney and the RNC, either through use of money, favoritism, or in your face corruption to prevent any power from Paul delegates.
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    07-28-2016, 02:32 AM
    When Edward Snowden released his NSA documents to journalists, the attention by 100% of all media outlets was not the spying or the destruction of our civil rights, it was Edward Snowden. You could argue that to this day, he still is the focus in that series of events.
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