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[QUOTE=Mudkipslol;53154807]Could they also give him one bullet?[/QUOTE] I get the impression you're advocating for death. Don't. This just further feeds into their whole misconception and "martyrdom". Hell the death threats he got given were part of this cause he's "so ...
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[QUOTE=TheBorealis;53154771]The hell does the nra have to gain from no net neutrality? Or is it just a bunch of idiots patting each other on the back for being shitheads.[/QUOTE] It's a bunch of idiots patting each other on the back trying to make the whole thing look good...
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This really pisses me off, I almost started seeing red. Are you freaking kidding me?
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[QUOTE=JohnnyMo1;53062184]There's a laundry list of reasons not to trust the government even if you're about to be a part of it.[/QUOTE] True, but I'd feel you'd need to be able to trust them, considering her own weren't even that secure to begin with. [editline]18th Ja...
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[QUOTE=JohnnyMo1;53062173]Not to say that Hillary's actions were justified exactly, but I live in the DC area and work with a lot of former government contractors. I know one whose "secure government email" was hacked, whereas his personal email was fine. Again, that doesn'...
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[QUOTE=Cone;53062145]well i'm not gonna call you stupid, but it seems like the majority of voters saw the warning signs and you didn't? i mean chalking it all up to hindsight is kinda shitty when so many people knew it was a mistake [I]before it happened[/I]. and again that do...
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[QUOTE=finbe;53062130]Are you serious? You thought the man that failed to release his tax returns would change the tax system for the better? How long did you think that one over?[/QUOTE] I'd love to see if you're going to start picking things apart like that how Hillary, ...
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[QUOTE=Zillamaster55;53062112]I never called you stupid. I said the decision was bad. And it was easy. The man repeatedly insulted his constituents, made foolhardy promises, and regularly lied. His entire campaign was built on ripping down previous progress and enacting stu...
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[QUOTE=Zillamaster55;53062098]No it isn’t what the fuck. Wanting a new manager is fine. Wanting a new principal is fine. This is someone who controls a nation with the most powerful economy and military, who’s culture has essentially influenced an entire continent, and who’...
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[QUOTE=Zillamaster55;53062082]Saying that you wanted someone in a position that “had no business” being in that position is asinine[/QUOTE] I disagree entirely because it's a matter of trying to change up the status quo. If you're not happy with the current state of affair...
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[QUOTE=Sir Whoopsalot;53062053]Because 'for the lolz' is always a good reason to do things, especially choosing your country's leader. I mean, good on you for realizing you were wrong but man, are you a bit of a stereotype.[/QUOTE] Excuse me? Considering I was not to...
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[QUOTE=RenegadeCop;53061999]What about his initial campaign enticed you? Not trying to call out or anything, I'm geniunelyu curious to get into the mind of people I make sweeping statements of ignorance about.[/QUOTE] I think it was just wanting to see what someone would ...
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Not going to lie, this is ridiculous. How much of a baby can one man act like? It's not like the options we had were that great, but holy shit.. All I can say is I regret deeply voting for this man (even though they told me that my vote wasn't considered) and I apologize fo...
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Ultimately I think we can all go with this - what works for one child will definitely not work for another. So spanking for example will not work with every child, just the same that constantly taking privileges away will not always work for another. Physical abuse is bad, ...
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[QUOTE=Alec W;53041095]Just a heads up hitting your kids / physical punishment is bad 100% of the time and if that's the only way you think you can get across to kids, you shouldn't have them.[/QUOTE] Who are you to even begin to tell me not to have kids, or have a holier ...
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I've worked with kids a lot as well so I understand, but I would not spank a child for knocking something over. I'd scold them but like I said it'd be reserved, for example if they're stealing after I've had enough times of explaining how wrong it is. It feels like you're s...
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You're welcome to your opinion, however I personally feel that vaxxing is in a completely different league than just spanking your child when they absolutely need to realize that they fucked up. You also need to understand that I'm not advocating spanking for every little thin...
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By that same argument I don't think it's fair to completely condone those who do believe it's a fair way to discipline a child, because again by the same argument it has worked for some and not for others. I'm completely open to modern day information but I also know what h...
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I disagree because my parents did absolutely everything under the sun to try and give us something in our lives, something to enjoy and have fun with. They worked their ass off, but they also made sure that we were properly raised. There was positive and negative reinforcement...
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[QUOTE=Sableye;53040913]Its pointless as a deterant, and while it might scare them once, its pointless as a continued form of punishment because kids will get hardened to it.[/QUOTE] I don't see how it's pointless considering it worked? And there's a reason I said as a las...
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There is a huge difference between physical abuse and spanking. When I did something wrong that deserved it, I got spanked. It wasn't often, but when it happened I [b]knew[/b] what I had done was wrong, and I did not do it again. Kids aren't always logical so you can't sit ...
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[QUOTE=Zero-Point;52907492]They are the exception to the rule. As I said, most employers would rather you already have certifications and 5+ years experience, especially in trade jobs in smaller towns. They see no reason to spend money on schooling for someone who's likely to ...
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[quote]The committee also forecast that taxpayers earning $75,000 or less would see, as a group, large tax increases in 2027[/quote] Does anyone have the exact number we can expect an increase in? This is just another hammer in the nail of the middle class coffin if it keep...
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[QUOTE=Paramud;52895249]What a perfectly fine reason to trophy hunt endangered animals. As long as we only kill a few of them to sate our instinctual blood lust and appease the horned god of hunting, Cernunnos, it should be fine.[/QUOTE] What? It's taking old animals that ...
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[QUOTE=mcharest;52820946]This is what leads to 60% of the population staying home on election day and turning a blind eye to legislation [B]that literally kills and impoverishes millions of people[/B], because of nothing more than learned helplessness.[/QUOTE] Seems a bit ...
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Seriously fuck Ajit, this guy has been at the head of every single decision that puts the consumer out. This is way too far "right" if it can even be considered that. It's just... dumb.
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[QUOTE=Zeos;52762376]As someone who has worked with people with severe mental illnesses and some developmental disabilities, it takes a special kind of person to dedicated yourself to that cause. Even trying to get someone to understand and sit for 20 minutes, let alone raisin...
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When I was in Kindergarten I was part of a project where I got put in a special needs class to be friends with them, and that was great. So I ended up working with them when I was in Middle School and after two years of doing that I realized I couldn't do it anymore, it takes ...
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[QUOTE=Lambeth;52745277]So we agree that people should not have absolute freedom of speech. I'm not sure why I should continue down that thread if you're not gonna even bother to humor me and meet me half way. [editline]4th October 2017[/editline] The more IEDs y...
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[QUOTE=Lambeth;52744558]Unless we're talking multiple IEDs(which would make pulling said attack off less likely to be successful) I doubt it would get close to 400. The largest amount of deaths from a single IED terrorist attack seems to be closer to 160, just from perusing wi...
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[QUOTE=Lambeth;52744448]If I said you might have to give a little in order to prevent anything like Las Vegas from ever happening again, would you go along with it?[/QUOTE] That's not a fair question at all considering it will never happen, and you can't pit that hypotheti...
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[QUOTE=Craigewan;52744355]Exactly. [editline]4th October 2017[/editline] I'd say lack of unified legal framework which is a HELL of a lot stricter than you have now is the actual problem. Law enforcement can only do as much as your states let them. Of course, any...
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Just wanna contribute to all this real fast - I just got a bill last night for my dental cleaning and it turns out my insurance is trying to stick me with the bill for the oral evaluation exam. My insurance covers all preventative, but they're trying to make me pay for this...
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[QUOTE=RainbowStalin;52506604]Maybe the hospital was really busy when he was there and smelly poor people kept getting all the pepsi from the vending machine before he could.[/QUOTE] I'm just... baffled. I really am. I'm trying to do my own research now, but could anyone t...
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So he ended up ultimately being the tie breaker for this whole thing seeing the numbers, and he decided to, after ALL that he just got stricken with, vote to have it open to repeal/replacing? Am I understanding this right?
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[QUOTE=Dom Pyroshark;52471821]What good points did he have going for him, if I may ask.[/QUOTE] Like I stated I don't want to get into it as that's not what the thread was about.
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[QUOTE=Mr. Scorpio;52471758]it doesn't really matter if someone just stops liking trump if they don't recognize that they made a mistake in supporting him in the first place doesn't matter if you admit your head hurts if you don't bother ducking under the ceiling fan I...
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[QUOTE=Mr. Scorpio;52471622]trump minus the memes is nothing trump was never anything more than memes[/QUOTE] I disagree, he had good points. It's sort of ignorant to claim he was nothing considering he won the election. I don't want to get into it though as that's n...
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[QUOTE=Flicky;52471553]I'm glad you've taken time to think about it instead of putting loyalty before logic like too many people I know have done.[/QUOTE] I try to keep an open mind about things, and while I may make a decision at one time - it doesn't stop me from rescind...
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[QUOTE=kijji;52471467]what made you vote for him? :v:[/QUOTE] Couldn't stand Hillary, minus the memes Trump had some stances which I agreed with.
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Had some time to think, and I can't think of one good thing So I'm outrageously pissed, and I voted for this orange turd. What the fucking hell. Other things made me question him, but this is drawing a line, and shitting all over it.
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[QUOTE=Cyke Lon bee;52470234]He just told you dood. Silencing dissent helps a government hide its problems and get rid of people who oppose you. The White House releasing these emails, intentional or otherwise, will make people think twice before they send emails voicing c...
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[QUOTE=Electrocuter;52470191]Every government benefits from silencing dissent. Would you voice dissent if you knew you'd run the risk of having your private info spread and risk some government fanatics hunting you down?[/QUOTE] I'm very close to being pissed off but I'm t...
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Someone [b]please[/b] explain to me how this can possibly be good for the Government at all - regardless of whose administration this would be under, what benefit could this possibly hold?
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[QUOTE=elixwhitetail;52281433]Eric and Donald Jr. are managing Trump's businesses for him in his not-blind-at-all trust, and they're also actively involved with the GOP. :thinking: Lock 'em all up, let irony slam it out of the park. Also, Trump only took office four mont...
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[QUOTE=Kagu;52278750]Did you even read my post, I said you and I (and everyone in this thread potententially) [B]know someone or of someone[/B] that would rather have no job than to suffer working in a dead-end job. And then I applied that to a discussion on how removing im...
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[QUOTE=Kagu;52278633]The fact that you use regard my opinion as 'awful' while using the phrase "Get off your high horse", as if that demerits the message I'm trying to convey is absolutely astounding, especially after throwing in the solution to the problem with a vague respon...
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[QUOTE=Kagu;52278121]Oh sweet more minimum wage jobs for American citizens to take up. /s Fuck outta here, don't act like this method is saving American jobs that Americans are too prideful to work anyway. Stop acting pretentious and act like this is the best solution.[/Q...
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[QUOTE=Mr. Scorpio;52278066]That isn't to say that immigration is all gumdrops and ice cream. While everyone in society benefits from it, specific groups are adversely effected. Anyone who's directly competing with immigrants for jobs is going to end up with lower wages and fe...
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[QUOTE=Firgof Umbra;52278060]I have dental and health insurance as well. There's also technically eyecare which also isn't usually seen as a form of Health even though it indisuptably is.[/QUOTE] Agreed. It is and should be, but my company's insurance treats it as separat...
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[QUOTE=Firgof Umbra;52278042]Unlike health insurance, it'd likely cover your health expenses flatly as there's no point in not covering checkups etc if we're already funding for surgeries and whatnot. If anything, covering those smaller things makes the overall burden lessene...
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Now this is a question I forgot to ask - we'll be covered with healthcare, but does that also include routine checkups and preventative? What about dental?
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[QUOTE=Firgof Umbra;52278008]I'd say this is controversial but: Relaxing our immigration policy's stingyness from allied neighboring countries at the very least. My logic being 'if they're going to find a way here anyway, there's no sense in not taking taxes from them'.[/QUOT...
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[QUOTE=JeSuisIkea;52277920]The problem comes from the fact that while some people do get in on Visas, the USA has historically had one of the most painfully difficult immigration practices in the western world combined with the fact that it shares a massive border with a natio...
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[QUOTE=HumanAbyss;52277905]My dad died two years ago, rather than go into debt over his health issues or anything like that, we never even feared about that shit. We had to sell the house and deal with the estate and separating that amongst my family members and such but we ne...
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[QUOTE=Firgof Umbra;52277887]Good social programs have a net benefit for society and are well worth their tax-cost. Folks who're conservative don't typically like them because the government has lots of red tape and tends to screw stuff up - but there's nothing more screwed u...
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Alright. So after reading the posts and if we're going off of the fact that the taxes are obviously not going to be absurd like I was apparently fearing - I could see a government provided healthcare being a better alternative than trying to work with our current system. Th...
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[QUOTE=JeSuisIkea;52277803]Yeah but even people who really need work probably aren't going to be taking the job that makes you work 16 hour days for below minimum wage with no benefits or hope for advancement. It's not really something most citizens are interested in for good ...
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[QUOTE=Firgof Umbra;52277823]What you get taxed is according to your income. A national healthcare option could be ranked accordingly as well to even further lessen the burden on people with lower incomes. Regardless, it simply wouldn't require that much in taxation % to pay ...
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[QUOTE=HumanAbyss;52277818]Why would you assume half of your paycheque though that's literally beyond what we're talking about here How does being sick, and then going into life long debt not do considerably more damage to your life and well being than a constant tax?[/QUO...
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[QUOTE=HumanAbyss;52277791]It's not going to be cheap. Your countries health is in shambles. Your populations averages for a lot of the different health factors that go into the costing process are high so yeah, it's going to be a tax that you probably feel. But I don't ge...
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[QUOTE=HumanAbyss;52277767]The basic dilema is this Do you want to pay a life changing, and debt incurring amount [B]if[/B] you get sick Or Do you want to pay a regular tax that lowers the cost for everyone to a reasonable level and you don't really pay to engage with...
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[QUOTE=HumanAbyss;52277729]Hi, Facepunch's local insurance broker. Companies won't take advantage of "across state borders" for several reasons. First, they have to establish inroads with the local providers of equipment and healthcare, as well as hospitals. That's not che...
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[QUOTE=Raidyr;52277661][URL="https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2017-03-06/selling-health-insurance-across-state-lines-won-t-save-money"]Easier[/URL] [URL="https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fact-checker/wp/2017/03/27/pences-strange-claim-that-selling-health-insurance-ac...
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[QUOTE=Firgof Umbra;52277644]Nor does it reward you in any way to listen. I'm willing to eat crow on this: There is no not-diehard Trump supporter who understands global politics that would be willing to defend shoving another world leader around just to be in the front o...
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[QUOTE=JeSuisIkea;52277629]Most of the jobs only really exist because they get paid so little the employer can afford to create them. If you have three illegals and a legal working then the employer will probably just cut the three extra jobs and pile work on the one legal for...
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[QUOTE=Firgof Umbra;52277619]And it's not bad to distance yourself from a group that has less to do with politics and more to do with a singular fanatical devotion. There is no reason to be made from fanaticism that isn't simply just shrugging and acknowledging that they're f...
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[QUOTE=Firgof Umbra;52277522]I'm an independent but I do really have to point out that it's not really a defensible thing to state that 'folks should embrace the other side' when specifically talking about stuff like this news report. Allow me to demonstrate. I am now a die...
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Alright, so getting a paycheck without a social is valid, although I assume you still need one for a bank account no? That's why I believe those "check cashing" places exist. So if we go with the fact that they are getting paid via paycheck, and that's true they're paying s...
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[QUOTE=Snowmew;52277489]Actually, it is. When you buy health or auto insurance, you're buying it through a state-specific company under the national brand. That's why if you buy California insurance and move to Ohio, your California insurance is no longer valid. If you buy fro...
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[QUOTE=Snowmew;52277458]Which do you want? Do you want the government to regulate to drive prices down, or do you want them to remove regulations to drive prices down? So far, neither has really worked all that well. Single payer is the best way to get enough control to be ...
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[QUOTE=JeSuisIkea;52277443]Illegals pay taxes.[/QUOTE] How so? If you're being paid under the table you aren't paying taxes, and you have to typically have a SSN to receive a paycheck in your name.
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So can anyone explain to me why a government offered health care plan is better than the government trying to regulate this private industry? For example the government could remove the rule that insurance companies can't offer their plans across states. This would immensel...
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[QUOTE=da space core;52277257]The_donald literally bans opposing opinions. You mind giving us your opinion on that?[/QUOTE] I'm not involved but either side banning opinions/refusing to listen/discuss politics is a problem. People need to better educate themselves and ...
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[QUOTE=nox;52276288]This is such pointless petty shit. First off, this makes ICE look like American SS, just going around rounding up your neighbors and coworkers at random, never to be heard from again. Second, it hurts business (but hooray more shitty min-wage jobs!), and un...
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[quote]Liberman declined to say what changes had been made. "Not everything needs to be discussed in the media; some things need to be talked about in closed rooms," he said.[/quote] That was so savage I got burnt from here. :blaze:
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Another thread about how Trump apparently likes talking with our enemies more than our friends. Under the assumption that this and with Russia are exactly as they sound like they went - this is a mess. Hell that whole election was a mess. Neither were good. Hillary ju...
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I'm gonna dip outta this thread. I'm at work and I've pretty much said my peace. All I can leave on is that people need to look at all sources of news and take them into account. Republican, Democrat, look at the news source, become informed, and make your own decision. ...
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[QUOTE=Zenreon117;52236584]From what I recall, and assuming the reports are right, Israel gave this information to us, and there has been pundit talk of how this is a betrayal of their trust, but I haven't heard any official statements to the effect of "They didn't want us to ...
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[QUOTE=Zenreon117;52236561]This is where it does become difficult however because we also need to know that the information that was shared was not only classified but also classified such that the Russians [i]shouldn't[/i] know about it. But, I agree, it is certainly a bad si...
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[QUOTE=Zenreon117;52236535]I'm not supporting trump or nesto here, but, in the interest of discussion, would not such information be okay to share so long as the public at large would not be able to hear about it? If the details were spoken in public then not only Russia, but ...
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[QUOTE=evlbzltyr;52236458]please just log off, you've been pretending to read comments and then replying to what you [I]want[/I] them to say for the last seventeen pages[/QUOTE] He's following the textbook example of confirmation bias. He's picking and choosing informat...
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[QUOTE=MrRalgoman;52236393]Yes I've read it. Can you give me something to respond to and not this condescending BS because you can't think of anything better to say? He talked to Russia about terrorism and flight safety, what is everyone freaking out about?[/QUOTE] You'...
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[QUOTE=MrRalgoman;52236371]So talking to Russia is an impeachable offence?[/QUOTE] Have you not read the article or any of the posts? C'mon man.
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[QUOTE=-nesto-;52236350]Trump didn't admit anything [I]irony[/I][/QUOTE] I find it hard to take you seriously. You're showcasing the textbook definition of confirmation bias.
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I don't get how people can flat out just ignore what is being said right in front of them. Like legit I understand bias, Washington Post hands down is biased, just like many other news sources - but as someone said above they're still credible. You can't just hand pick n...
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[QUOTE=Pootis Mann;52236160]Ah, another thread talking about how Trump "truly messed up" and is finally going to be impeached, which I really don't understand considering you'd probably hate Mike Pence even more. Saying the Washington Post is a fair, unbiased news source i...
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[QUOTE=-nesto-;52236146]He admitted to leaking 3rd party info to the Russians? You got a source?[/QUOTE] I'm baffled by this response. Are you trying to defend someone without actually being up to date with the latest news, especially in the thread [i]regarding[/i] the topic?
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[QUOTE=HumanAbyss;52236111]He'd find an excuse if Trump shot him.[/QUOTE] "I was standing there threatening, he had every right!"
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[QUOTE=-nesto-;52236088]And he didn't reveal the 3rd party info according to people there. So again, whats the issue.[/QUOTE] You can't go from adamantly defending and believing he released no information, to now believing and defending that he didn't release any sensitive...
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[QUOTE=ForgottenKane;52236060]You mean currently or back during FDR when the parties flipped? Currently the Dem party is resisting change like a no-stick pan. They're opening the path for another party, notably Justice Dems, to enter the scene and usurp them. Justice Dems i...
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[QUOTE=-nesto-;52236058]I think trying to politicize the protection of innocents is pretty disturbing. Doesn't matter if its Russia or Canada, no one should be left in the dark when it comes to protecting their citizens from terror threats. And if what he did was entirely appr...
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[QUOTE=ForgottenKane;52236029]Don't worry, elections are coming up soon, and if they ride this Trump train till then the House will fall out of their control. Then the ball will roll down the hill. It might even completely annihilate what we currently understand as the Repu...
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[QUOTE=-nesto-;52236012]So he didn't disclose anything inappropriate in an effort to extend the olive branch to Russia, who suffered an airline bombing at the hands of ISIS killing 227 innocent people. Wow, what a dickhead. Lock him up :rolleyes:[/QUOTE] This seems like...
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[QUOTE=Big Dumb American;52235919]A bit more serious answer: as far as I'm aware, no other sitting president in US history has personally leaked sensitive national security information to a hostile foreign government, intentionally or otherwise. This is unprecedented. The Trum...
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[QUOTE=Big Dumb American;52235898]In US history? Benedict Arnold comes closest lol[/QUOTE] That far back? Jeez. I voted for the man but something like this, or even a few of the past events can't be just accepted as normal, especially if this is the first time in ages. ...
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[QUOTE=Nookyava;52235767]When was the last time something like this has happened in the past?[/QUOTE] Quoting this since it looks like it got skipped over.
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When was the last time something like this has happened in the past?
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Pure Capitalism does not work, just the same that Pure Socialism doesn't work. I'm all for a mixture of the two, but I'd like to avoid leaning heavier towards the society that was depicted in Atlas Shrugged.
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Jesus, that's horrible. If he got locked in there, I can't even imagine how terrifying and sad that would have been. I'm assuming because of his age he didn't have a cell?
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