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bostonangler

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  1. I agree with 99% of what you say. But don't be fooled. Trump isn't any different than the rest of the elite. He isn't going to change anything (if he wins) the political machine of the Congress and Senate will continue business as usual... Taking care of their personal gains.
  2. It is a sad sight to see. It is dreadful to think Americans can only think in terms of a two party system... We need to look at the rest of the civilized world and understand we need to update our way of thinking... The political machines are amazingly talented in dividing us and using us for their personal gain. B/A
  3. There is Gary Johnson and Bill Weld... Honestly, Bill Weld was loved as governor of Massachusetts.
  4. Now that you're done insulting me, let me wrap up this "discussion". I have friends just like you. Party first everything else follows. I have Republican and Democratic friends who would vote for their party if Hitler was on the ticket. I personally cannot understand the allegiance to one party. I tend to lean right but I do not swear by it. To put it simply. If you are building a deck on the back of your house and you go to a lumber yard to buy wood and there are two or three stacks to choose from, would you pick all your planks out of one stack or would you choose the best planks from all stacks? I'm sure you would pick the best boards you could find. That would make you a moderate. But when it comes to voting, it sounds as though you would only go with one stack and hope for the best. Being a moderate, I choose the best from each stack. That is how voters should look at elections. Every campaign platform is made up of planks. Each party has good and bad. This not only applies to the presidential election but also for local elections as well. Think about it, you would build your deck with the best materials. Sticking blindly to one party is simply being brainwashed. As Ron White would say, "you can't fix stupid" One party does not have all the answers. Cooperation and yes even compromise are the keys to success in business, personal relationships and government. JMHO B/A
  5. Boy you can say that again...Have you read the book The Modern Romans? Funny how history repeats itself.
  6. It's the truth why would I lie? Just because I don't put party before country you sheeple jump me. Geeeze you people are really over the top...
  7. I'm a republican and I'm voting Gary Johnson and Bill Weld. They are only two that seem to get it. Trump and Clinton belong to the select group of elite's who wouldn't let anyone of you into their club. It is so sad that anyone who thinks either Clinton or Trump cares one second for you peons... That's so laughable it makes me want to cry. B/A
  8. Forget everything you've been told... They laughed when people said the earth wasn't flat.... Hmmm they were wrong. They laughed when people said everything revolved around the earth... Hmmm they were wrong again. Now science is showing us a history far removed from what we have been taught...
  9. CNN October 31, 2016 Iraqi troops to enter Mosul in ‘matter of hours,’ counter-terrorism chief says Iraqi special forces are hundreds of meters from ISIS-controlled Mosul and will enter in a “matter of hours”, the country’s counter-terrorism chief said Monday. “The soldiers of the Counterterrorism Force are advancing very fast. I wouldn’t say a matter of days but matter of hours before advancing and (to) start cleansing the city of Mosul from terrorism,” General Talib Shegati said in an interview with state-run Iraqiya TV. A coalition of around 100,000 Iraqi-led forces have been in a decisive push toward Mosul since October 17 to end more than two years of the militant group’s brutal rule. On Monday, they launched a new phase in the offensive, advancing on three separate fronts. Experts have said that entering Mosul will likely trigger the fiercest fighting seen yet in the offensive, and that the battle is expected to be fought “street to street.” Mosul has been an ISIS stronghold for more than two years, and although the ISIS fighters are vastly outnumbered, they have put up fierce resistance in pockets of the territory around the city. Since the offensive began, they have carried out mass executions of civilians, lit toxic sulfur and oil fires to fend of coalition forces, and used civilians as human shields to ward of air strikes. Full Article Link
  10. Yes this is very interesting... And I hope you are doing okay with everything going on in your country... My family came to America from Verona. B/A
  11. Why would someone neg me for this??? I didn't kiss the Saudi Prince.... Geeeze B/A
  12. It's true... If we could lose her and Trump we could get Gary Johnson in the oval office... B/A (CNN)FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers Friday the bureau is a reopening the investigation into the Hillarious Clinton personal email server, a surprise development with 11 days until the election. After recommending this year that the Department of Justice not press charges against the Secretary of State, Comey said in the letter to eight congressional committee chairman that "recent developments" urged him to take another look. "In connection with an unrelated case, the FBI has learned of the existence of emails that appear pertinent to the investigation," Comey wrote the chairmen. "I am writing to inform you that the investigative team briefed me on this yesterday, and I agreed that the FBI should take appropriate investigative steps designed to allow investigators to review these emails to determine whether they contain classified information, as well as to assess their importance to our investigation." Comey said that he was not sure how long the additional review would take and said the FBI "cannot yet assess whether or not this material may be significant." Law enforcement sources say the newly discovered emails are not related to WikiLeaks or the Clinton Foundation. They would not describe in further detail the content of the emails. It's also unclear whether the emails in question are from Clinton herself. Read More Clinton's campaign learned of the news while they were aboard a flight to Iowa. "We're learning about this just like you all are," a Clinton aide told CNN. The surprising news jolts a presidential race that had largely settled as Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump struggled in national and key battleground polls. Now, Clinton will be placed back on the defensive and forced to confront yet again questions about her trustworthiness. Trump pounced on the news at the opening of his Friday afternoon rally in Manchester, New Hampshire. "Hillarious Clinton's corruption is on a scale we've never seen before," Trump said. "We must not let her take her criminal scheme into the oval office." Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway tweeted after the news broke, "A great day in our campaign just got even better."
  13. Iraqi News October 27, 2016 Turkish and Saudi weapons found in Mosul, says Shia leader The leader of al-Hashed al-Shaabi militia, Uday al-Khaddran, announced, that the security forces found Turkish and Saudi weapons in the axes of Mosul, and pointed out that vehicles and weapons entered the ISIS-held areas in Mosul on daily basis across the Turkish border by Gulf senior traders. Khaddran said in a press statement, “Turkey is supplying the ISIS with weapons and military equipment, in addition to Turkish military advisers and experts to train the group’s terrorists, and artillery to support the terrorists’ movement.” “Traders from Kuwait and UAE are facilitating the entry of thousands of Toyota vehicles to be used by the ISIS militants in their operations,” Khaddran added. Khaddran also revealed that Turkish and Saudi intelligence transferred ISIS senior leaders and warlords from Mosul to Syria and Libya, in preparation for a new phase that will start from Egypt and Algeria. Iraqi security forces also found Saudi weapons and vehicles during the battles to liberate Anbar and Salahuddin in the past two years. Article Link
  14. The only thing he hammered was his already bad reputation further into the ground.
  15. Oh he lost it... A long time ago when he divorced his sick wife in her hospital bed... I guess that is what some would call "leading by example". Just a little history on ol' Newt https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/she-the-people/post/what-newt-gingrichs-three-wives-tell-us-about-the-president-hed-be/2011/12/31/gIQAd642UP_blog.html He's another example of why the Repukelicans are in a death spiral. Of course the Dumbocrats aren't far behind. We need a new option. Someone on talk radio ( I can't recall who) said it best this week. "out of 320 million Americans, these two are the best we can come up with?" B/A
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