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Crooked Hillary Clinton has zero natural talent - she should not be president. Her temperament is bad and her decision making ability-zilch!
cragganmor wrote:trump is delusional. no grip on reality, his foreign policy is 20-30 years out of date; livin' in the 80's. his answer to business problems is to litigate, litigate, litigate.
Irv wrote:Latoya Jackson
Irv wrote:Does anybody really understand Trump's persona without the bias of the last 13 years as a reality TV star? I wouldn't call him an astute business man based on his track record either. His career more closely resembles James Dolan's than Warren Buffett's.
The DNC and Debbie Whatshername Lucy Van Pelt forced Hillary Clinton down the throats of the Democratic party. Are you telling me they couldn't shill for anybody else who had a lower negativity rating? They deserve the infighting they created that they like to conveniently blame on Sanders. They could have tossed any of the following names in a hat, picked one for the nomination, polled better than Hillary, and beaten Donald Trump with ease:
Joseph P. Kennedy III
88-year-old Walter Mondale
No, but let's shill for Hillary who is in a virtual dead heat within the margin of error in many current polls against Trump. They pimp this walking scandal machine and ignore primary candidates with some fucking honor like Bill Bradley in 2000? FOH.
Barack Obama saved the DNC from themselves in 2008. They've had their head up their ass for decades.
The worst part is that there are voters who buy this garbage. I have a friend who is voting for Hillary because she's a woman. Not a qualified woman like Elizabeth Warren or Tulsi Gabbard. Just a woman. What a damning endorsement. Is that our bullshit criteria now? Fine. I'm going to choose Latrell Sprewell for President. We got families to feed, people!
Does anybody really understand Trump's persona without the bias of the last 13 years as a reality TV star? I wouldn't call him an astute business man based on his track record either. His career more closely resembles James Dolan's than Warren Buffett's.
Irv wrote:Actually, you know what? Fuck it.
JAMES DOLAN FOR PRESIDENT.
Hassan Whiteside wrote:I'm just tryin...tryin 2 really get my NBA 2K rating up
The tweet heard around the world.
Hillary Clinton had a memorable and immediate comeback to a Donald Trump Twitter insult on Thursday afternoon.
http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politic ... -1.2667587
washingtonparkjones wrote:There are two enormous myths at work in this election - Bill Maher zombie lies
1- Hillary is dishonest. It started with a baseless Bill Saffire editorial a while back that was ultimately shown to be 100% bullshit. Politifact rated her the MOST honest candidate running in either primary. Hillary is not getting "taken down." Its been investigated for a long ass time. If indictments were coming it would have happened.
2- Trump is a good businessman. First of all, its hella easy to make money in real estate if you have the cash. According to Forbes, Trump would be worth more now just investing in index funds from the beginning. Shouldn't that be the measure of a "successful" business man - you have to do better than safe investments?
Trumps business reputation is that he screws his partners. Trump Palace being the most notorious example. Now its Trump University - he's not going to be able to run from that snake oil fallout. He's a scumbag and that scam is going to eat him alive.
Trumps biggest success is convincing people that his name is worth something. How's that for the biggest scam in the world - no product, no guidance - just pay me gobs for adding my name and my name is worth something because thats what he keeps telling everybody. PT Barnum and there's a sucker born every minute.
Obama’s advice may have pushed some voters to “leave.” In April, he warned British voters they would be at the “back of the queue” in trade with the U.S. if they left the EU
Surely—surely—this is an issue on which the British people, and they alone, have the right to decide, without the intervention of President Obama, who adopted his haughtiest professorial manner when lecturing us to stay in the EU, before making the naked threat that we would be sent “to the back of the queue” (i.e., the back of the line) in any future trade deals if we had the temerity to vote to leave.
Was my country at the back of the line when Winston Churchill promised in 1941 that in the event of a Japanese attack on the U.S., a British declaration of war on Japan would be made within the hour?
Were we at the back of the line on 9/11, or did we step forward immediately and instinctively as the very first of your allies to contribute troops to join you in the expulsion of the Taliban, al Qaeda’s hosts, from power in Afghanistan?
Or in Iraq two years later, was it the French or the Germans or the Belgians who stood and fought and bled beside you? Whatever views you might have over the rights or wrongs of that war, no one can deny that Britain was in its accustomed place: at the front of the line, in the firing line. So it is not right for President Obama now to threaten to send us to the back of the line.
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