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    Today, 10:58 AM
    If you disagree, I am willing to bet $10. Are you willing to put your $10 on Hillary?
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    Today, 10:40 AM
    Probably because Ron Paul learned and shared long ago that if we want to achieve change or win an election, it must be through the two party system. We may not like it, but the Libertarian party won't be winning the White House this year. The article is correct, Trump will beat Hillary and be the next president.
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    Today, 05:03 AM
    I would like to note in amendment to my previous post that I am speaking from a position of faith. I believe that we should choose to act morally because we do not know what we are predestined for. That is, I think we will eventually be judged by God based on our moral character. However, in seeing this particular post by osan, I noticed that he took for granted Kant's argument that "if we are not free to choose, then it is meaningless to say we should choose to behave morally." I, however, disagree with that notion. It may appear to be a logical contradiction on the face of it, but if you consider the context, it becomes clear that the existence of an illusion separate from reality does not preclude the validity of illusory experiences. Although the illusion isn't real, per se, it does not necessarily mean that the illusion should be treated as a falsehood. Rather, it should be treated as a designated component of the overall reality. We should not simply assume that the illusion is meaningless, for it could have a purpose, and that purpose can be explained as such: We don't know what the future will hold for us because we don't know God's plan, so it follows that we cannot assume any particular outcome in reality just by virtue of knowing that we live in an illusion. Therefore, we should treat the illusion of free will as valid because, although anything we "choose" to do will have been pre-destined when we actually do it, we could not have assumed that outcome, so we are forced to behave morally even given the knowledge that our experiences are illusory. This explanation would be incomplete, however, if it did not include the intent of God. The explanation given in the article that notes that people who read articles pro-deterministic would behave less morally than those who read neutral articles does not consider the intent angle, which is an extremely important angle to consider if one truly wants to understand the reason why the subjects reacted to the articles in such a way. It very well could be that the article, speaking from a secular point of view, instilled or somehow introduced the view that determinism is true, but left out the intent. In this way, the reader was swayed to assume that, not just determinism, but secular determinism, was favored. Without intent, it would indeed seem that life was basically pointless and choosing to behave morally was futile, but knowing that there is intent behind the illusion created provides one with the knowledge that they have a purpose despite the fact that their life is already determined, and faced with the ultimate realization that they don't know what they are determined to be, they must choose to act morally within the illusion so that they can ensure that their experience within the illusion matches to the written intent of God so as to make sure that they do not end up rebelling and finding out that they were one of the unfortunate ones who were determined for the lesser fate come the day of judgment when they finally see what the reality was. Note, however, that I said "lesser fate" and not "damnation" because I do not actually believe in eternal hell fire or damnation, which is another interesting topic to consider at another time, but is not necessary for the purpose of proving my point here, which is that it is most definitely possible to know you are in an illusion and still have the capacity to act morally as if the illusion were real because you know that there is intent behind the illusion and not just a vast expanse of meaningless nothingness.
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    Today, 04:03 AM
    The title of this article pretty much sums up my beliefs. There's no free will, but we might as well believe in it because we simply don't know what we were predetermined for, so effort is still necessary since knowing that you are determined for something doesn't really help you know just what that is.
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    Yesterday, 05:19 PM
    I love that Erick Erickson is pitching a baby fit about GOP no longer being the party of Bush/Romney. Erick Erickson: ‘I Think the Time Has Come for Mitt Romney’–Politico
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    Yesterday, 02:42 PM
    The trend is continuing to get worse for Hillary. She is down by 2 points in yet another poll. A Look At What's Behind Donald Trump's Climb in New National Poll The latest national ABC News/Washington Post poll has Donald Trump in the tightest race yet with Hillary Clinton in the probable matchup between the two likely presidential nominees. Forty-six percent of respondents favor Trump over Clinton versus 44 percent who prefer a Clinton presidency. Even though Trump's lead is still within the margin of error, it is notable...
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    Yesterday, 09:23 AM
    Naomi Wolf wrote all about this at the end of the Bush years. Fascist America, in 10 easy steps
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    05-22-2016, 06:33 PM
    I have no doubt that both candidates will piss off millions of people. Yet Clinton will lose this election.
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    05-22-2016, 03:19 PM
    The discontent of neocons is quite satisfying.
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    05-22-2016, 03:17 PM
    I find the "unfavorable" angle to be complete nonsense. Of course the most successful candidates have high unfavorables and they always will. People that run for president are going to be despised and politicians are rarely loved. It doesn't matter if Clinton and Trump both have unfavorable numbers in the 90s because one of them will still be elected.
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    05-22-2016, 11:05 AM
    This election will be like others before it, a run to determine who the voters see as the lesser of two evils. Hilary will be seen as the greater evil.
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    05-22-2016, 09:20 AM
    It will just get worse and worse for her as we get closer to the general election. It is tough to win an election when nobody likes you and even Democrat voters only back the candidate reluctantly. Clinton's Lead Over Trump Shrinks to 3 Points: New NBC News/WSJ Poll
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    05-21-2016, 09:35 PM
    Oh, come on. Stop it with the fear-mongering. This is not genetically possible. What they're doing is taking stem cells and growing them into human organs in an unfamiliar environment. That does not enable the creature to actually reproduce with genes from that body part. You can't put an organ from one kind of an animal into another and expect it to inherit the ability to crossbreed with that animal, nor can you expect the mere existence of a foreign living body inside another creature's body to make any changes in the genetic makeup of its offspring. The DNA from a foreign organ doesn't just "leak" its way into an animal's reproductive system and change its genetic makeup. The genetic make up of the creature, despite having a sort of non-malignant tumor in its body, does not change... AT ALL. People who spout this crap are just gullible, fear-mongering idiots who latch onto it because they can somehow link it to their distrust of government. Not being a complete ignoramus, however, I know that this is not the gateway to some sort of freaky sci-fi world in which we're not entirely human because a human lung somehow sprouted the ability to force its way into another animal's gene pool by, I dunno, osmosis or some other sciency word I can't quite grasp the meaning of. Body parts, in and of themselves, play no part in the reproduction process because the information is already there, you know, in the reproductive system. The reproductive system of an organism doesn't just grab genetic information from all the separate parts, foreign or domestic, that happen to be present at the time and mash them all together. The corruption of a creature's physical make-up through artificial means in no way suggests that the creature's ingrained natural tendency to reproduce after its kind regardless of what may have happened to the creature during its lifetime is in any way compromised.
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    05-21-2016, 09:11 PM
    I don't know, why don't you tell us? How would the world be if that were the case? Do you really know any more than the rest of us? Stop pretending like you know the answers. Nobody fights ALL the rules, but sometimes it is worth fighting them if an otherwise good organization is being corrupted by a couple of assholes. Now why don't you tell me, what would the world be like if we just bent over and took it all the time? Would that be a world you want to live in?
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    05-21-2016, 09:06 PM
    Well, I'm glad you're happy with it, but some of us are a bit less complacent in our attitude toward the monstrosity that is the American justice system. I've seen the other side of the fence and I have no plans of going back. If it comforts you that your cage is a little bigger than a high-schooler's, then be my guest, but don't expect us all to just bend over and take it up the ass for the sake of your "society" when all it really is is a really big adult kindergarten where you can be killed or have your life ruined for breaking the rules.
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    05-21-2016, 08:54 PM
    I think the problem is that it appears the rules actually didn't apply until his graduation day. The rule was never enforced and then suddenly they want the valedictorian to shave? Sorry, school bureaucrats, but you don't just get to change and enforce rules willy nilly. If I were him, I wouldn't cut off part of my face just to comply. And yes, it is part of his face, considering that's how people see him and know him. Going through such an important moment of your life with your tail between your legs is no way to live life. It would be a travesty to succumb to such idiotic rules and edicts such that you lose your identity in the process and are silently forced to become something that you're not for the sake of bending to the will of the establishment. Nope, not for me, thanks.
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    05-21-2016, 06:53 PM
    What a great blueprint for other towns to copy!
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    05-21-2016, 08:36 AM
    My post was supposed to say IRS budget. He could easily bomb the world, ban assault weapons and cut taxes at the same time. The key is to disregard deficits, the national debt and the constitution all at the same time. It has been done by every other president in my lifetime.
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    05-20-2016, 11:55 PM
    I wish Trump would make a campaign promise to cut the budget by 75%. He would win in a landslide. If he did it our economy would BOOM!
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    05-20-2016, 11:51 PM
    Hillary = Dishonestty
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    05-20-2016, 08:27 PM
    Hillary will lose. If anyone disagrees, please take me up on a $10 bet. I am looking forward to collecting a few more bets.
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    05-20-2016, 07:26 PM
    So they literally needed to create a law to stop using a word? Only the government could make things so complicated.
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    05-19-2016, 08:35 AM
    You can't reason with addicts. These government workers are addicted to bloated paychecks for useless work.
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    05-18-2016, 01:55 PM
    She definitely has plenty of reasons to lose all on her own. Even if she doesn't lose because of this, I have no doubt that she will lose. Even Democrats know she sucks. They only want to vote for her because they see her as the lesser evil. Only the super ignorant don't realize how dishonest and disgusting she is.
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    05-18-2016, 01:40 PM
    When I was in my early 20s I thought the Clintons were good and didn't understand all of the complaining about them. A few decades later and I have to say that they disgust me. Voting for Bill in 1996 was the last time I voted for a Republicrat for president. I also voted for Bush over Dukakis in 1988. Now I see the Bushes and Clintons for the monsters that they are. Hilary deserves to lose for any one of hundreds of reasons. Could a candidate be any less moral?
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    05-18-2016, 11:36 AM
    Obviously the public is quite aware that the Clintons have numerous scandals in their history. This could be different, as pedophilia is on a whole different level. Just look at the way Mika Brzezinski looks so defeated at the 4:46 and beyond part of the video. She knows they won't be able to sweep this under the rug. Banging kids is something that a politician can't just laugh off. I just don't see how Hilary will be able to defend this. Bill cheating with adult women is one thing, but this goes way beyond that. I think that Trump's camp might have told these people on MSNBC that Trump would be bringing this up. Otherwise I don't think Hilary's friends at MSNBC would even be discussing it. It looks to me like they know Trump is going to open Pandora's box.
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    05-18-2016, 08:45 AM
    It looks like Bill is sicker than I ever knew. He apparently flew with this guy on his pervert plane not 11 times like he was telling people, but actually 26 times. When you watch the MSNBC video, you can see the blond Democrat lady is completely defeated. Her body language screams that she thinks this will doom Hilary. Networks Ignore New Details of Bill Clinton’s Connections to Pedophile Epstein MSNBC PANEL: TRUMP COULD CITE CLINTON’S ASSOCIATION WITH ELITE PEDOPHILE
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    05-18-2016, 12:04 AM
    Word on the street is that a secret billionaire is going to pull Trump's campaign out of the ditch and propel him to victory.
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    05-17-2016, 11:45 PM
    This is going to be very bad for HIlary when Trump starts smashing her in the face with the fact that Bill pals around with a pedophile. ĎMorning Joeí Panel: Clinton Connection With Billionaire Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein Will ĎBlow Upí Campaign
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