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    12-04-2017, 10:43 AM
    Trump and Moore may have set the blueprint for defeating establishment mega money and smear campaign strategies that many are going to be forced to follow if they want any chance at winning in 2018. Use of Twitter and alternative media sources allowing for manuveurability around the media blockade is required. The establishment still has some tricks up their sleeve, as their roots run deep and pocketbooks are limitless. Would be kind of hard to believe the ridiculous write in campaign to steal votes is all they have left, but time is running out.
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    11-30-2017, 09:31 AM
    This is correct. No one that has come forward has actually called either a "pedophile" as far as I know, it's simply been implied and the media has ran with it for maximum effect. They are both accused by many people and websites on a daily basis of being such, regardless of it being true or not, or the original accusers ever stating it.
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    11-29-2017, 11:36 PM
    Both of these people are accused of this on just about a daily basis depending on which website you visit.
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    11-28-2017, 04:11 PM
    But what about the federal parks, the national monuments, and the government employees that run these integral pillars of our civilization? My god.. we saw what happened last time, we must act now. Mark my words, this will be complete and utter chaos if this comes to pass.
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    11-27-2017, 02:03 PM
    Unsure on the point of this thread or the value of these general election polls. General election polls are irrelevant since they do nothing to determine actual results, similar to primary state polls in caucus states where delegates often determine who wins the state through the state caucus, not straw polls. Neither determine anything accept for an opportunity by various media entities to boost morale for a desired candidate. We have a rich history in these parts of being inundated with the establishments methods of using these polls to curry favor. This was demonstrated repeatedly during 2012 in Ron Paul's campaign when he was polling in 2nd or 3rd, but still won the plurality or majority of delegates in a state. The media downplayed it each time or flat out ignored it, and the RNC went so far as to not even announce Paul had won a single state. If you want to throw that out the window and hypothetically say that these polls are in fact meaningful, then we can pretend for a second, but you will still have plenty of options where you can see many polling organizations did indeed fail to get within the margin of error based on actual results, as pointed out by the above poster. Buying into that premises is a false one however, so you may not get the amount of discussion you may be looking for on these boards.
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    11-27-2017, 09:47 AM
    Congress? Congressional authorization? Why even bother? Just send them all in and underreport their presence, then simply state "oops" later on, while accomplishing unconstitutional goals in the meantime. I wouldn't be surprised if they slipped them in while Rand was out dealing with health issues so he wouldn't make a stink about it.
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    11-25-2017, 01:04 PM
    Levin comes from a small group of neocons that like to say they are reformed neocons that "just didn't know" about state power abuses under Bush and are using this to gain support in the new right/Trump movement, as they want to label themselves outsiders to gain viewership. Some other of these in the same category are Hannity, Glenn Beck to some degree, and even John "I'm a libertarian" Bolton. Whether or not they have actually committed to any real change in their thinking is up to the listener/viewer, but as pointed out above, the hostility and contempt these neocons had for Dr. Paul and libertarians in general was palpable during 07/08 and it's hard to forgive this type of behavior to those that were paying attention during those years, regardless of any perceived reform.
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    11-23-2017, 06:22 PM
    Can you summarize or explain why Tavistock is more relevant now? Haven't heard much about it until recently with Wikileaks and other leaked intelligence drops as the deep state continues to be increasingly exposed.
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    11-23-2017, 11:07 AM
    Ok, the sexual allegation strategy has all but failed. Bringing in Allred had the discrediting effect many here predicted, regardless if some of these women are telling the truth. Allred's past and the link to her daughter, Lisa Bloom, a recent attorney and defender of Harvey Weinstein's behavior, did not escape the minds of many, but desperation seems to very much be a key factor in determining strategy here. What is next in the establishment playbook? Time is running out before the December election and there is no way they will capitulate on a Trump/Bannon momentum building candidate. I guess we will find out soon.
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    11-23-2017, 10:45 AM
    Not that this proves or disproves anything, but he addresses this in the Swordsmyth linked article.
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    11-22-2017, 05:16 PM
    If they go ahead with the exorcism of the Clintons to save the Democrat party and continue building the allegations against Hillary as an enabler for Bill who silenced and attacked his victims, they could eventually make the same accusations against Ward. Beginning to see more articles in this vein, especially regarding Juanita Broaddrick. "Kelli Ward: a misogynistic sexual abuse enabler, who allowed and supported her husband in groping women in the work place making her an enemy of women in our courageous fight for feminism and social justice." Twisted thought and strategy like this are no longer that far fetched. Now whether it will work or not is another question, but leftism seems to have run out of options but to double down on this technique.
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    11-20-2017, 09:21 AM
    Quoting for re-emphasis.
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    11-18-2017, 11:43 AM
    Nope, Franken is not a political enemy, but an ally of these wonderfully virtuous men who all have pristine records and would never stoop so low as to being hypocritical.
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    11-17-2017, 03:55 PM
    This is a good reminder of how politics are played, and I'm thankful Mr. Wead shared this information. With this Moore debacle, we may be seeing a glimpse of what it would have been like if RP would have gone after Romney hard. The threat was issued to RP, so he backed down, and focused most attacks on Santorum. Similar threats may have been issued to Moore, but he has said screw it and is all in. He will have a tarnished reputation in the eyes of msm watching zombies, regardless of the legitimacy of the allegations or the outcome of the election for the rest of his life.
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    11-16-2017, 11:15 AM
    And.. the Hollywood scandals have officially been handed off to the DC swamp. So it begins..
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    11-16-2017, 09:41 AM
    Agreed with the general sentiment by the OP. The party of Johnson, Weld, and Barr is not a lover of liberty, but an opportunistic GOP lite that desperately wants to play with the big boys and seems to sell it's soul each year with these terrible choices. When all is said and done, your average Joe still thinks the LP simply stands for legalizing marijuana and supporting gay marriage. If that is the best the marketing geniuses at the LP could do, clearly it's time to either dramatically improve or find something better. Although it seems like we need something better than the LP and obviously the GOP/Dems, I think playing the political party game is exactly where the state, corporate lobbyists, and investors want us to channel our anti-state, small government energy. If we play their game, we lose, because we are up against billion dollar industries and institutions with centuries of established footing. As both parties implode and collapse, the playing ground is slowly becoming more even, but we have a long ways to go. If we want to win, we have to rewrite politics and make people see that their is no choice except to love and promote and live by the tenets of liberty, and anything and everything else is an excess waste of time. How exactly this is done is beyond me, although eradication of the msm and grassroots education of youth is a great start. We always seem to find a way when it is necessary to do so. In the meantime, we get to witness the shitshow.
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    11-14-2017, 08:26 PM
    At this point, which major militant forces have we not armed in the Middle East?
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