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Posted in: GOP purges Cheney for 'unity,' but Trump bent on retribution See in context

You would do well to heed your heed your own advice.

I do.

It’s not an opinion that there was no fraud in the election, it’s a fact. It doesn’t matter how many people believe otherwise; facts don’t depend on conservatives’ feelings.

Lol, ok

Joe Manchin and the democrats are completely irrelevant to the GOP not allowing its members to think for themselves.

Well, you’re just angry that Trump’s support is not faltering, in fact the opposite, so yeah, we do think for ourselves because We all see Biden is taking the country apart. By the way, I heard Nancy might bail as House speaker knowing the results will be devastating. No one wants to be leader of the minority. 2022

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Posted in: GOP purges Cheney for 'unity,' but Trump bent on retribution See in context

Amazing how Trump has made conservatives make screeching U-turns. You and your still unnamed non-partisan historians regard neocon Bush 2 as a successful president, and you defended the Iraq invasion long after it had descended into complete failure. 

People can change. I mean, the Dems went from being the party of the working man to the party of the rich elites, while embracing the ideologies of Marxism. Times definitely have changed.

Why burn it down when this produced a successful president like Bush 2?

or a successful Carter?

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Posted in: GOP purges Cheney for 'unity,' but Trump bent on retribution See in context

Nobody is doing that.

Oh, yea they are.

Rather, she is to be commended for having a spine for opposing the leader of the insurgents.

As Joe Manchin is showing one.

I meant 2022 typo.

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Posted in: GOP purges Cheney for 'unity,' but Trump bent on retribution See in context

45ism has almost destroyed the GOP.

Good!

This can only be a good thing. But, like any disease, it will take some time to completely vanish.

The old Neocon GOP needs to be burned to the ground and Liz needs to tell her fellow Neocons that.

In the meantime, enjoy as the insurgent party implodes slowly and painfully. I'm speaking metaphorically, in case some of their crazed supporters fail to comprehend.

Not really, they cut out the cancer so the prognosis looks good for 2020. :D

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Posted in: Republicans tell Biden tax hikes are a non-starter in recovery plan See in context

Nope, and this isn’t a logical inference from the article

Well, if that’s true then maybe Biden and Bernie will listen to you and not go forward with this madness, last time this happened it was under Joe’s other boss and his tax hikes led to the formation of the Tea Party and it ultimately cost the Democrats both chambers and once again they’re doing the same thing all over again. Of course the Dems have to raise taxes on everyone, he has to otherwise there is no way the Federal government can pay for all of this, it’s already an insurmountable amount, but gradually taxes are going up and as long as I have been living on this planet, I have never met a Democrat who didn’t love a tax hike and if you want to believe Joe’s Trojan horse, fine. Joe, keep helping the GOP your a better friend to them than I’d hope you would be. 2022

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Posted in: GOP purges Cheney for 'unity,' but Trump bent on retribution See in context

So what your saying is is that the Republican Party cannot allow differing opinions. Got it.

Ahhh, I didn’t say that, I said the opposite. Leave the emotion and please go back read what I said, please.

More of your predictions. Too funny.

I’m sure Liz thought it was funny as well until she got her discharge papers.

It’s hilarious that you label Cheney rightly calling out Trump’s incessant lying about the election a threat.

No, that’s her opinion, but 78 million don’t think so, if she wants to try and take Trump on, she’s more naive than I thought and it’s amazing to me how liberals and Democrats are putting Liz on a Saint’s Pedestal when over the last 4 years they had nothing but contempt for this woman. You guys are funny. Lol.

She did fail to blindly follow the party line because the party line

As is Joe Manchin, looks like the filibuster will stand and the Senate will be 50/50 body, glad he didn’t follow the party line either, so I hope Democrats can tolerate people within their own party having their own critical ideas and beliefs, Joe has his and it’s not with a lot of his parties big power grab.

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Posted in: California governor says mask mandate to end after June 15 See in context

Great, should have taken that action a long time ago, but It’s still not going to save the governor.

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Posted in: Republicans tell Biden tax hikes are a non-starter in recovery plan See in context

So the Democrats want to tax people into oblivion even after the country has suffered over a year of lockdowns, businesses closed, over 60% of small businesses are never coming back, the schools are not re-opening, kids our biggest investment are losing their education, people can’t pay their bills when you look at the rising cost of everything. California the price of a gallon of gas is $4, a tax hike would set the country further back, not to mention drive out companies that are already struggling to survive. Bad news for the middle class, but great news for the GOP in 2022

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Posted in: As ethnic violence rocks Israel, Arabs cite deep grievances See in context

All the deaths are an absolute tragedy on both sides and where is Biden? Israel is our closest ally and the guy is silent on what’s going on? Is he worried about implicating Iran having a hand in this?

The Palestinians are absolutely in the losing position on this and if weak Palestinian authority and Hamas can’t bring a halt to these attacks, Gaza will be leveled to the ground and if then what? The leaders of both authorities need to seriously think what they want for their people, but this will be their complete destruction and downfall.

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Posted in: GOP purges Cheney for 'unity,' but Trump bent on retribution See in context

Put more concisely: We can’t have people who think for themselves in the Republican Party.

You can, but when you have over 78 million people following the former President and Cheney making threats like that, the end result is, you will lose votes. Right now the House looks better than good for the GOP and they need to be laser focused and Cheney can’t stop or change the minds of the people supporting him, he’s not going anywhere and her threats are ineffective and a huge distraction for the country. So the only real solution is, get rid of the distraction problem and that’s what they did, she basically became a liability.

And “conservatives” accuse liberals of group think!

And that’s why she’s gone. She failed in that mission, miserably.

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Posted in: Biden expected to nominate Rahm Emanuel as ambassador to Japan See in context

Caroline Kennedy. Did not speak Japanese. didn't no doodle-squat about Japan. Essentially, never held a job. Political 'royalty' and payback for Uncle Ted's assistance to Obama. Absolutely no experience in politics or diplomacy. 

She’s a Kennedy, they do what they want and when they want.

Rahm Emmanuel. Hatchet man for Democrats. Rude, pretensions and nasty. Completely lacking in diplomatic skills. A failed and disgraced mayor of Chicago.

https://prospect.org/politics/rahm-emanuel-the-worst-man-for-the-moment/

Oh, most definitely, the guy was and is a complete wreck and Chicago was already a dump and Emanuel did nothing to curtail the gangs, the racial and financial inequality and the crime went up. Democrats, once elected, just let all of their minority communities fall apart.

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Posted in: Israel, Hamas trade deadly fire as confrontation escalates See in context

And maybe Israeli and US aggressors could start by recognizing that Palestine was the homeland for Muslim, Jewish and Christian Palestinians.

The original homeland of the Israelites, but their land shares the historical connection to the other two.

You know, instead of taking their land and trying to erase their culture and rights.

Well, the Arabs won’t take anything away, won’t happen.

Hardly suprising the Palestinian people are rising.

Two state solution, now.

They can rise up, but the more violence they engage and partake in, the less chances of a two state solution will ever come to fruition. The ball is in their court.

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Posted in: Israel, Hamas trade deadly fire as confrontation escalates See in context

Hamas was elected in a fair election and protect what little freedoms the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip have,

So far they have done a horrible job. They have done absolutely nothing positive for the people in Gaza.

which is to say Israel should stop committing atrocities against the Palestinians in order to uphold freedom and democracy.

Well, then maybe the Palestinians could start by recognizing and acknowledging Israel as the land of the Jewish people and take it from there, denounce all terrorist acts going forward and then maybe they can restart the talks and bring both sides together to figure out the two state solution, then and only then can that take place, but as long as the Palestinians our vent on attacking these release and using violence, then it will be equally met with violence, they Palestinians can’t win this. Again, the best advice would be to hold new elections in to find a suitable leader that will try to bring the two sides together and not use given aid to purchase weapons from the Iranians.

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Posted in: Biden expected to nominate Rahm Emanuel as ambassador to Japan See in context

This should be funny.

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Posted in: Israel, Hamas trade deadly fire as confrontation escalates See in context

Israel should do whatever it takes to stop and uphold freedom and democracy in the region and this outrageous aggression towards the Israelis is unacceptable and as long as the Palestinians oppose any lasting peace process, there will never be any peace. Israel has the absolute right to use justifiable force in order to stop the Hamas/Iranian backed attacks on the Jewish nation.

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Posted in: Biden and McConnell may be friends, but can they cut a deal? See in context

Trunp fans are still struggling to create a narrative about Biden that sticks.

Don’t need to, seems like a lot of the molasses is sticking to him already.

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Posted in: Biden and McConnell may be friends, but can they cut a deal? See in context

Hmmmm....

We rate this claim TRUE, based on our research. More jobs were lost during the Trump administration than any other in history. Approximately 4 million fewer people were employed from January 2017 to September 2020, according to the most recent publicly available data

USAToday? Lol

Why not just quote CNN? At least they have a tad bit better reputation...somewhat.

https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2020-10-30/trump-s-economy-really-was-better-than-obama-s

Once in office, Trump ignored this consensus. He implemented a program of tax cuts, spending increases and unprecedented pressure on the Fed to cut interest rates to zero and keep them there.

Trump’s goal of 3% growth was derided as delusional, while a bipartisan chorus of commentators declared his policies reckless and irresponsible.

They were anything but. Not only did the unemployment rate continue to fall, but the percentage of Americans aged 25 to 54 either employed or looking for a job saw its first sustained rise since the late 1980s. This inflection point changed the character of the labor market.

So now it’s up to Biden and what will he do? He definitely won’t try and refuel the economy or grow it, so taxes will go up and jobs will leave the US again. China and Russia couldn’t be happier. Can’t wait until 2022 when the Nancy will kiss that gavel goodbye for the last time and the Dems go back clerking.

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Posted in: Biden and McConnell may be friends, but can they cut a deal? See in context

Ridiculous. Claiming unemployment is up is like saying you have hypertension, because your blood pressure spiked under and intense situation. Come back in half a month or so, I'll bet money it'll be better.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2021/04/08/us-jobless-claims-rise-744-000-pandemic-takes-toll-economy/7137561002/

https://www.voanews.com/usa/us-unemployment-benefit-claims-increased-again-last-week-0

At this point, if Biden even “could” get the unemployment rate under 4% it would be a miracle. When pigs fly, perhaps.

Gone? As in cancelled? Hmmm....

Which Manchin thankfully won’t be.

She sure had a lot to say today...

Pelosi says a lot of things as well, a lot!

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Posted in: Biden and McConnell may be friends, but can they cut a deal? See in context

Ask Liz about "lines being drawn"....

She’ll be gone soon, but it looks like Manchin won’t give in to the filibuster...hmmmm....

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Posted in: Biden and McConnell may be friends, but can they cut a deal? See in context

the Repubs fight and try to cancel each other in a full-out civil war....

Speaking of civil war. The Dems just seem powerless into bullying Joe Manchin to get him to sign away this country. All daggers on him, he’s the first. Lines are being drawn.

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Posted in: Biden and McConnell may be friends, but can they cut a deal? See in context

Trump lost because he had low support and low approval ratings. He's the darling of the minority in the United States.

Not so sure about the support and it’s interesting, the so called minority has less of a platform throughout the media particularly social media to tell the nation about the mounting problems that is rapidly killing the nation.

Regardless, the economy is a mess, unemployment up, job creation failed, inflation concerns, stock market crashing, many small cap tech stocks 75% down. no gas, gas price up where they have it. Middle east conflicts, corona guidance flip flops daily, totally open border, 6 trillion in proposed spending. 

If an election were held today, the result would be different even if Trump didnt run again. 

For now, you got what you voted for.

Bingo.

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Posted in: Biden and McConnell may be friends, but can they cut a deal? See in context

Probably not. Old Joe is the exact same of the mindset as his former boss, “I’ll make a deal at all, it’s my way or no way,” so this is all just a waste of time. More photo ops for Joe and nothing else, sadly, the swamp reigns deep within these guys.

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Posted in: 7 students, 1 teacher shot dead at school in Russian city of Kazan See in context

Terrible

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Posted in: NBC drops next year's Golden Globes over diversity row See in context

Okay. To be clear, your description of The Apprentice is inaccurate,

Not at all

Trust me

Ahhh, no.

Ishtar?? From 1987??

Better and a heck of a lot funnier than all the other crap they continue to put out

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Posted in: NBC drops next year's Golden Globes over diversity row See in context

Boy was I wrong!

It's also weird that you picked out The Piano, a film from 1993, which lost almost every Golden Globe it was nominated for.

That was boring as heck, even Ishtar was more riveting.

Do you think people with private jets are bad?

The hypocrites that blab and tell me I shouldn’t use gas, fly or us the AC, I sure do.

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Posted in: NBC drops next year's Golden Globes over diversity row See in context

No, because unlike the left they don’t need emotional ego-induced gratification because they wrote another Marxist bill, but back to the Golden Globes and the Hollyweird hypocrite elites, these people are their worst enemy and as Nomination stated, I also watch their movies, hate DiCaprio, but if he makes a good movie, sure, I’ll watch, just don’t ask me to watch his dumb speeches trying to lecture all of us about the environment while he cloud hops on his private jet, the absolute epitome of a hypocrite.

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Posted in: NBC drops next year's Golden Globes over diversity row See in context

Au contraire.

Sorry kid.

Well, not quite. A bit of context, I never watched the show, one or two episodes, I don't hunker around the TV, have better things to do, loved the man, didn't care for the show, which was about building, buying real estate and promoting people that would take on big and challenging roles, not a bad thing, not my thing to hold my interest long enough, but like American Idol, if he could turn someone's life around that's a great thing, on the other hand, these acadamey shows have nothing to offer except nominating movies that the majority of people haven't heard from or are not interested in and then there are the speeches...God awful, most people don't care what these rich snobs think, it's not changing someone else's life and if these people think "the Piano" is a masterpiece, I might completely disagree, these people can promote whomever they want to receive the Golden Statue, but with all the BS political speeches, more and more people are turning them off and that's a good thing for society. Try harder.

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Posted in: NBC drops next year's Golden Globes over diversity row See in context

I'm glad to hear you hated The Apprentice, too.

I never said that.

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Posted in: NBC drops next year's Golden Globes over diversity row See in context

Good, the last thing people need is a bunch of rich snobs congratulating each other and patting themselves on the back and bragging who's the best suck-up. These shows won't be missed, they should do all of us a favor and just go away.

Article has nothing to do with 'far right'. Quite the contrary, it's about the far left eating its own tail.

Exactly!

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Posted in: If a person dies immediately after inoculation, it is only natural that the bereaved family would want to know the truth. Medical institutions need to try to provide careful explanations. See in context

More reason why we need full transparency and I personally won't take it, but others want to, go right ahead.

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