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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 07-06-2015

this Country/Wash DC has gone flipping nuts FSB.
"In what many law enforcement officers are calling "chutzpah in the first degree," President Barack Obama and his White House on Monday defended current unilateral immigration policies and blamed the nation's Republicans for the killing of a San Francisco woman an illegal alien suspect who took advantage of a Sanctuary City policy embraced by the ultra-liberal local politicians.

Barack Obama and his minions are blaming everyone except the people who deserve the blame for the death of another American citizen by a criminal alien.

When a reporter asked if the killing of 32-year-old Kathryn Steinle was due to the Obama administration’s enforcement policies, White House press secretary Josh Earnest denied culpability and blamed Republican lawmakers for blocking a bipartisan immigration bill that would have boosted funding for border security.

But police and national security officials who spoke with the Examiner on Monday say Earnest's arguments are a mixture of lies, half-truths and foggy thinking. "We've been discussing border security for years now and yet nothing was done," said former drug enforcement officer Stephen Henry Rios. "The congress passed legislation that provided billions of dollars for a 'virtual' border fence, surveillance drones, close-circuit television and capacitance detectors and alarms," he noted.

Detective Daniel Penchot, who retired from police work and is now a private security firm vice president, agrees with Rios. Penchot pointed out that the Obama administration gave a no-bid contract to a security firm to install the virtual fence and other equipment and systems. "After spending a billion dollars on what was basically shoddy equipment and workmanship, then-Secretary of Homeland Security [Janet] Napolitano canceled the entire project," said Det. Penchot. '

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 07-07-2015
Judge Nap: Hillary Clinton Approved Arms for Terrorist Enemies of U.S.Jul 02, 2015 // 11:40am  
Quote:Judge Andrew Napolitano revealed this morning what he has concluded after reviewing hundreds of pages of documents and emails related to Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state.

The judge wrote today in a Washington Times column that the documents "persuaded me beyond a reasonable doubt and to a moral certainty that Mrs. Clinton provided material assistance to terrorists and lied to Congress."
Napolitano said he looked at transcripts from a Fox News interview with an American arms dealer named Marc Turi, in addition to reviewing emails between Turi, State Department officials and lawmakers. 

On Fox Business Network this morning, the judge told Charles Payne that he believes a "conspiracy existed" among President Obama, Mrs. Clinton, congressional leaders and other officials to "get arms shipped to rebels in Syria and Libya." 
Napolitano said some of the rebel groups were on the United States' list of terrorist organizations, so providing "material assistance" to them would be a felony.

Napolitano said arms dealers received permission lawfully from the State Department to sell the weapons to the government of Qatar. 

"Qatar then sold, delivered, bartered or gave these arms to the terrorist organizations with the consent of Hillary Rodham Clinton," he said, adding that it is "crystal clear" from the documents that U.S. officials knew where the weapons would end up. 
"How does this unravel? Chris Stevens, the American ambassador to Libya, is assassinated using American weaponry that Mrs. Clinton illegally sold to terrorists, in violation of American law," said Napolitano.

Watch the full segment above.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 07-08-2015
Quote:Obama at the Pentagon: No end to ISIS war
The US government will continue its military intervention in Iraq and Syria indefinitely while ramping up its “counterterrorism” operations both overseas and within the US, President Barack Obama made clear in public remarks at the Pentagon Monday.
Flanked by a phalanx of military officials and commanders, Obama outlined a perspective of endless war in Iraq, Syria and beyond in a speech delivered after closed-door meetings with top military officials.
Nearly a year after its launch, Operation “Inherent Resolve,” originally presented to the American people as a temporary and limited action, has become an open-ended war stretching across large parts of Iraq and Syria.
The Iraq-Syria war, which has already involved some 5,000 combat sorties by US and allied war planes and the return to Iraq of thousands of US troops, is part of what Obama called a “generational struggle” against “violent extremism,” to be waged without any timetable or geographical limitation.
“This will not be quick. This is a long-term campaign,” Obama said.
Obama’s remarks came in the immediate wake of some of the most intense bombing of the entire campaign, with US and allied war planes launching some 40 strikes against targets throughout the Iraq-Syria war theater over the weekend, including heavy strikes on ISIS’s self-proclaimed capital at Raqqa in Syria, as well as strikes against the Syrian cities of Kobani and Hasakah and against the Iraqi cities of Habbaniya, Mosul, Makmur, Sinjar and Tal Afar.
The comments also come amid recent indications that Washington is ramping up the deployment of US troops and military resources throughout the region. Obama announced just weeks ago that the Pentagon will send an additional 450 ground troops to Iraq as part of plans to establish a new US base and training camp in Anbar province.
One day later, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin Dempsey, told reporters that the Pentagon was preparing for additional deployments to Iraq, possibly involving thousands more troops and the establishment of a network of new US bases across the country.
Last week, the Financial Times reported that Washington’s ally Jordan was preparing to carve out a buffer zone in southern Syria, backed by “key members of the international coalition against ISIS, who are expected to provide behind-the-lines military support and advice.”
In recent congressional testimony, Dempsey and Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter raised the possibility of breaking up Iraq along sectarian lines, and the Democratic Party-aligned Brookings Institution last month published a paper calling for a policy of “deconstructing Syria.” These proposals make it clear that behind the current war in Iraq and Syria is the drive by US imperialism to carry out a new, neocolonial carve-up of the oil-rich region.
The US is moving to “accelerate delivery of weapons” to Iraqi tribal fighters, the Peshmerga and other Kurdish militants and the “moderate” opposition to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Obama said on Monday.
Rather than attempt a legal justification for the war, which has been launched and prosecuted behind the backs of the American people and in defiance of popular opposition, Obama defended his administration’s war policies by boasting of the large kill count achieved by the US-led coalition.
“It’s important to recognize the progress that’s been made. We’ve eliminated thousands of fighters,” Obama said, underscoring the fact that it has become routine for the American president to speak of “killing” or “taking out” people around the world.
Obama reiterated the US goal of regime change in Syria, declaring that the US would do more to aid the anti-Assad opposition, and adding that “the only way” to end the civil war in that country was to “transition to an inclusive government” without Assad.
Noting that he had recently discussed the war against ISIS with Russian President Putin, Obama hinted that Putin was amenable to Washington’s plans to topple Assad.
He said that the US would step up its counterterrorism operations in countries “from Afghanistan to Nigeria.” This was a signal that Washington will continue its drone strikes, bombings, commando operations and other illegal actions in Yemen, Somalia, Afghanistan, Pakistan and other countries.
Obama devoted nearly half of his remarks to what he called the fight against terror threats within the United States. He said, ominously, that his administration was “partnering with Muslim communities” in the US and added that “we expect those communities to step up.” This was a thinly veiled justification for continuing government surveillance of the American people and other repressive measures, carried out under the pretext of “protecting the homeland.”
His remarks followed days of media scaremongering leading up to the Independence Day holiday on July 4. For several days, the networks led their news broadcasts with alarming reports of heightened terror threats, without producing a shred of evidence to substantiate their warnings, while acknowledging that the government had not detected any “credible, specific threats.”
Obama’s emphasis on the “war on terror” at home made clear that the relentless campaign of the government to sow fear and anxiety among the public in order to justify internal repression and external military aggression would continue unabated.
Source: Thomas Gaist, WSWS, 7 July 2015
Quote:Clinton Lied About Subpoenas In CNN Interview

In between inviting Hillary Clinton to talk about how much she disapproves of her Republican rivals for president, Brianna Keilar of CNN managed to slip in a perfunctory question about Clinton’s outrageous violation of law and policy to set up a private email server, where correspondence she didn’t want Congress or the American people to see could be quietly disposed of.
Of course, because this is Hillary Clinton we’re talking about, she couldn’t get through even the softest of softball interviews without lying.
“Well, let’s start from the beginning, everything I did was permitted,” Clinton insisted. “There was no law, no regulation, there was nothing that did not give me the full authority to decide how I was going to communicate.”
Perhaps you’ve heard of little things called the Freedom of Information Act and Federal Records Acts? Apparently Hillary Clinton hasn’t. She’s also evidently suffered a convenient attack of amnesia concerning the Obama Administration’s policies about the proper treatment of official correspondence – which is funny, because she was running the show when one of her employees got in hot water for doing the exact same thing. You’d think Keilar would have brought that up, since her network reported on it, but she apparently wasn’t interested in asking Clinton any follow-up questions or pressing her on incorrect statements.
“Previous secretaries of state have said they did the same thing,” Clinton insisted, suffering another tragic mental lapse and forgetting which decade she lives in. Funny how sometimes Democrats think even the Constitution itself is a “living document” that must evolve spontaneously with the times, but other times they think officials in 2010 should be able to ignore the 2010 edition of the rules and go with something from five or ten years ago, if they find the obsolete rules more convenient.
“People across the government knew I used one device, maybe it was because I am not the most technically capable person and wanted to make it as easy as possible,” Clinton insisted, hilariously falling back to a ridiculous lie debunked within minutes of the first time she offered it – with everything from photographic evidence, to the unreadable biography she was ridiculously overpaid for (nominally) writing, to sheer common sense. A woman who doesn’t go to the restroom without a royal entourage in tow has no reason to worry about the inconvenience of carrying six extra ounces of electronics.
Also, if Clinton is a doddering old lady who doesn’t really get modern technology, even after spending her adult life in the lap of luxury, why on Earth is she wasting our time by running for President? I think, at a bare minimum, we need someone who understands how modern cell phones work.
Follow-up question: if Hillary is “not the most technically capable person,” then why did she take it upon herself to disregard the explicit instructions, and desperate pleas, of State Department technology officers to set up her own email server? She can’t figure out a Blackberry, but she’s qualified to pronounce the State Department security system inadequate and build a special private network for herself and her top aides?
Further follow-up question: wasn’t Bill Clinton supposed to be a genius technocrat, and his wife one of the smartest women who ever lived? How do you Hillary-worshipers like watching your feminist heroine pretend to be a doddering old woman who confuses easily, in order to escape from a political and legal fiasco?
But then the hardcore deception bomb was dropped, as Hillary wrapped up the brief email digression from the campaign commercial CNN was helping her film by declaring, “I’ve never had a subpoena. There’s nothing… again, let’s take a deep breath here, everything I did was permitted by law and regulation.” She went on to portray the whole email scandal as a phony story “blown up with no basis in law or in fact” by “the Republicans in Congress.”
That came as a surprise to at least one Republican in Congress,
Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC)



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of the House Select Committee on Benghazi, who did indeed subpoena Clinton’s emails immediately upon learning of her illicit server’s existence.

In fact, it was a big story back in March when Gowdy refused to withdraw that subpoena after Clinton’s silly public spectacle of declaring that she was finally ready to start handing over what she had kept hidden from lawful authority for so very long.
As Gowdy’s office noted, it’s hardly acceptable “transparency” for the furtive Clinton to decide what she feels like handing over, years after she was supposed to provide that correspondence, and delete everything she considers “personal.” Every hardcore criminal in America would love to operate under rules like that.
Also, it should be remembered that the number of emails volunteered by Hillary Clinton is zero. She held on to that data long after she was supposed to turn it over, releasing nothing until the State Department finally came after her. When she finally got around to coughing up the evidence, she had it printed out on thousands of sheets of paper and delivered in boxes, instead of providing the electronic data, which means she arguably still hasn’t complied with either the law or Congress.
Here’s what those “Republicans in Congress” were saying four months ago about the subpoena that Hillary Clinton now claims she can’t remember, in a March 15 story from Politico:
Quote:Gowdy, a South Carolina Republican, issued subpoenas to the State Department on Wednesday asking for the remaining Clinton emails. The congressman’s spokesman said Thursday that request stands in light of the committee’s lingering questions on the “the integrity of the emails while she controlled them, the scheme to conceal them, or the failure to provide them in logical course.”
“The chairman has said the former secretary is welcome to and should release all of her emails, but legitimate investigations do not consider partial records. And that is the point of the subpoena issued yesterday by the Benghazi Committee,” Ware said.

Rep. Peter Roskam (R-IL)


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(R-Ill.) compared the withholding of emails to the tactics of President Richard Nixon.

“The last time we saw a high government official seeking to edit their own responses was President Nixon, and at least then he enjoyed the benefit of executive privilege,” said Roskam, a member of the Benghazi panel. “We have said from the beginning that our investigation would follow the facts wherever they lead us — and we intend to keep that promise by reviewing all of the relevant facts and documents in order to issue the definitive report on what happened before, during and after the terrorist attacks in Benghazi.”
The State Department has made roughly 900 pages of emails available to the committee, but the subpoenas cover any emails Clinton sent and any other documents on Libya.
At least Nixon didn’t try slipping out of Watergate by claiming a sudden attack of senile dementia, or claiming he didn’t really understand how those newfangled tape recorders worked. He also didn’t stonewall and keep relevant information hidden until 1977.
We also know for an absolute, indisputable fact that Clinton didn’t hand over all of her subpoenaed emails, because when her henchman Sidney Blumenthal panicked on the eve of his own congressional testimony, he farted out a cloud of messages between himself and Clinton on Benghazi that the State Department had never seen before. Also, Clinton or her staffers surgically edited some of her emails before handing them over, which would most likely land someone who didn’t enjoy Clinton’s royal immunity from peasant law in jail.
After her interview with Clinton was over, Keilar actually pronounced herself disappointed, whining that she “didn’t hear a more open or transparent Hillary Clinton.” The root of the problem with this interview, and probably every upcoming encounter between Clinton and her adoring press, is that many of them expect her to become more “open and transparent” voluntarily.
“Golly, we invited her to be more honest and she didn’t do it, I’m so bummed!” isn’t going to cut it, lapdogs. You have to pin her to the mat and pummel the truth out of her, by mastering the details of her scandals and immediately countering her evasions and lies. For a start, you could try reviewing your own network’s archives and boning up on her scandals before you talk to her.
And when she inevitably dives into a media hole for another time-out to get her poll numbers back up, her refusal to answer questions and conduct interviews with reporters who aren’t either her personal friends, former employees, donors to her foundation, or roped like cattle should become a big story. She’ll only let you ask her serious questions, with tough follow-ups, if she thinks refusing will hurt her image. Your job is to make her believe that, and if you won’t do it, the American people have no need of you.
Update: The House Select Committee on Benghazi decided to respond to Clinton’s interview by making their subpoena from March public.  You can view it online here.
There is nothing even slightly ambiguous about the subpoena – some wondered if Clinton would try to spin her false statements by claiming she personally wasn’t subpoenaed, it was the computer, or the State Department, or some other lame rhetorical dodge.  But no – the subpoena addresses her directly: “In accordance with the attached schedule instructions and definitions, you, Hillary R. Clinton, are required to produce all records in unredacted form described below…”
“The committee subpoenaed Clinton directly after it became aware of her exclusive use of personal email and a server and that the State Department was not the custodian of Clinton’s official record,” said the House Select Committee in a statement.  “The State Department failed to reveal this essential information to the Benghazi Committee or any other investigation into the Benghazi terrorist attacks until days before a media outlet was going to publish the information, meaning no investigation prior to the Benghazi Committee’s had access to the Secretary of State’s communications as part of its review.”
Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC)


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issued a statement making many of the points I raised above, stressing that Clinton knew exactly what she was doing when she illicitly concealed her correspondence, then swiftly nuked most of it into oblivion as soon as it was discovered:

Quote:The committee has issued several subpoenas, but I have not sought to make them public. I would not make this one public now, but after Secretary Clinton falsely claimed the committee did not subpoena her, I have no choice in order to correct the inaccuracy. The committee immediately subpoenaed Clinton personally after learning the full extent of her unusual email arrangement with herself, and would have done so earlier if the State Department or Clinton had been forthcoming that State did not maintain custody of her records and only Secretary Clinton herself had her records when Congress first requested them.
The fact remains, despite when this subpoena was issued, Secretary Clinton had a statutory duty to preserve records from her entire time in office, and she had a legal duty to cooperate with and tell the truth to congressional investigators requesting her records going back to September of 2012. Yet despite direct congressional inquiry, she refused to inform the public of her unusual email arrangement. This information only came to light because of a Select Committee request, not a voluntary decision to turn over records almost two years after leaving office, records which always should have been in State’s custody.
Moreover, the timing of the Secretary’s decision to delete and attempt to permanently destroy emails is curious at best. The Secretary left office in February of 2013. By her own admission she did not delete or destroy emails until the fall of 2014, well after this Committee had been actively engaged in securing her emails from the Department of State. For 20 months, it was not too burdensome or cumbersome for the Secretary to house records on her personal server but mysteriously in the fall of 2014 she decided to delete and attempt to permanently destroy those same records.
Partisanship aside, how can anyone with the slightest concern for government accountability condone Clinton’s behavior?  It’s perfectly clear how her correspondence as Secretary of State was supposed to be handled, and why.  It’s blindingly obvious why she didn’t follow the procedures.
A quick safety reminder, as a public service to all readers: if you, unlike Hillary Clinton, destroy information covered by a subpoena, you’re going to have a lot more than a mildly uncomfortable moment during an interview with a star-struck reporter to deal with.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 07-10-2015

Mayito says,
Quote:Why the hate towards what Obama is doing with Cuba?
There are 11+ millions of Cubans living below poverty levels, 
any help that comes from the USA will help rise Cuban economy. 
Many people say "Oh the Castros communism" dont do business with them.

I don't see any hate exhibited here in that regard.
Do you mean the normalization of political relations and the reopening of trade and such,
as a benefit to Cubans here and ostensibly to their families in Cuba as a result?
I don't see a big problem with that, as long as immigration procedures are followed properly.
Reopening political relations with any country will contribute to immigration.

The situation with Shit Head Sanchez who shot Steinle is much different.
There has to be a new punishment for repeated deportation convictions,
so that they have incentive to stay home.

3 strikes for adults, and you get the El Diablo shark swim.
if you want compassion  Luv
you make the Mexican government PAY for EACH Whip Deportation Whip

Then you know what happens?
The Mexican government has to develop chain gangs of hard labor road crews,
from their massive penitentiary south of the border housing all the illegal repeat deportees.
Put them to work in Mexico <----

That is incentive to stay home for repeat offenders. 
That is not hate, that is putting some responsibility on to the Mexican govt.

Mayito says

Quote:What about Viet Nam, what about Russia, 
what about all the arab countries, how about China? 
Sounds kind of hypocritical to me.

Number One: fuck China, 
I hope their tanking stock market sends their economy into flames,
and revolt and chaos ensues there.
Chinese would come here by the tens of millions if they could.
Hell no.
This country took massive amount of Vietnamese after the collapse of South Vietnam govt,
we did our part.

Arab countries?
where do we have a problem with illegal immigration from Arab countries?

Of the several countries you just mentioned, the Russian people I have seen immigrating here,
on the whole are far better educated and far less likely to be a crime statistic.
They are usually fluent in English, and most are quite intelligent.
Vietnamese have been a far better choice in immigration quality of person than the Chinese.

Russians, Chinese, Arabs and Vietnamese ... do not swim the Rio Grande in vast numbers.
Cubans will not suddenly be coming across the Carribean in droves.

We have a major problem at the Mexican border, and that includes other poor Latin American countries.
Honduras is an infestation of lawlessness and gangs.
Mexico is not a lot less dangerous actually, look at the drug cartel killings.
They all have to cross that border.
This country cannot absorb the influx of populations that could come at us from Central America.
It has to be controlled.  
Russia, China, Vietnam and Cuba do not have large {or any} demographic infestations of criminal lawlessness, 
like you see in Mexico and Honduras.

That isn't hate to get tough on illegal immigration,
it's common sense to have a calculated and serious policy on influx of foreign populations.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 07-10-2015


from wook's link

Quote:Nearly a year after its launch, Operation “Inherent Resolve,” originally presented to the American people
as a temporary and limited action, 
has become an open-ended war stretching across large parts of Iraq and Syria.

The Iraq-Syria war, which has already involved some 5,000 combat sorties by US and allied war planes
and the return to Iraq of thousands of US troops, is part of what Obama called 
a “generational struggle” against “violent extremism,”
to be waged without any timetable or geographical limitation.
“This will not be quick. This is a long-term campaign,” Obama said.

That is why I advocated an immediate shock and awe style of invasion into Syria when this all first unfolded.
There was a chance to nip this in the bud so to say.
It would have taken 50000 US troops as an invasion force,
and it would not have taken long. Certainly not even 1/10th as long as is now projected.
Both Assad and ISIS would be toast now,
and the realignment of borders would ensue to include a separate state for the Kurds.

The country of Iraq is no more, and never will be what it was.
You cannot unify the Sunni and the Shiites under one geographic political dominion.
So I disagree with this in the link:

Quote:In recent congressional testimony, 
Dempsey and Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter raised the possibility of breaking up Iraq along sectarian lines, 
and the Democratic Party-aligned Brookings Institution last month published a paper 
calling for a policy of “deconstructing Syria.” 
These proposals make it clear Nonono
that behind the current war in Iraq and Syria is the drive by US imperialism to carry out a new Nonono 
neocolonial carve-up of the oil-rich region  Doh

That is nonsense.
The proliferation of this slow death controlled chaos is ultimately directed at the inevitable confrontation with Iran.
Israel wants the controlled chaos to ensue and linger,
so that a huge number of ghouls get terminated in the process within the cesspool of death,
and the regional chaos ultimately degrades Iranian interests there in Syria, etc.
Israeli regional war policy ultimately influences US military actions.
The control of oil is secondary at best in this frame of war reference involving ISIS and Assad.
The end game target here is inevtably Iran, 
because that is where the Israeli's ultimately are going to have to take action. 
Once Damascus is in flames and Assad is removed, and ISIS is neutralized from the north,
and Iraq is realigned by partition, 
then Iran comes more directly into the Israeli war scheme of expanded regional controlled war chaos.

The group to watch are the Turks. 
If they take military action that will go to Raqqa.
The Jordanians were mentioned to be anticipating a military acquistion of a small portion of western Syria.
The "moderate rebel" ghouls are facilitating alliances with Al-Nusra,
and they all want Assad dead.

How al-Nusra disengages from ISIS when ISIS fails, will be interesting.

Quote:The Iraq-Syria war, which has already involved some 5,000 combat sorties by US and allied war planes 
and the return to Iraq of thousands of US troops, 
is part of what Obama called a “generational struggle” against “violent extremism,” 
to be waged without any timetable or geographical limitation.

there are two choices in war

you go for the throat and sever the head with extreme prejudice Applause

you play Israeli - US  --- Russian - Iranian controlled chaos war games  Horsepoop

in the Mid East
while China manufactures a future war game from the Pacific in what they will call a "generational struggle".

Watch Russia ultimately ditch Assad and tell Iran to shape up or ship out the Ayaghoulah.

Obama's "generational struggles" ... against "violent extremeism"
are bullshit in decisive war actions,
and dangerous veiled propaganda policy more to facilitate CIA style global behavior control over mass demographics in general.
It is war double talk.
War against the evil enemy du jour on prime time TV, 
but you the global citizen big mouth trouble maker are an enemy and you dont know it yet,
so stay home and watch TV and shut the fuck up.

The "generational struggle" is to slowly institute control on any extremist thinking in general,
... you had better be PC or you might end up being DC --- dead citizen.
All major power player countries are playing this game --- 
Russia, China, England, etc etc etc ---
and the game is called 
No Risk
the game of Controlled Global Chaos.
{To win the board game --- you start in North America -- lol}

What is politically interpreted as extremeism can be any form of violent thought ...  
just watch what you write,
especially on the alphabet spook NSA surveillance bonanza called Facebook.

The war unfolding in Syria and Iraq is ultimately just Israeli war machine propaganda and influence in the White House.

You go in and you win the war, or don't go in at all.
So Obama administration is pretendibng it isn't going in to Syria and Iraq with troops,
while they piecemeal the controlled chaos to Israeli advantage,
a whole lotta ghouls end up buried under the sand.

A direct clean up and get serious -- get it done now war effort against ISIS and Assad would kill far less poeple overall,
than a projected "generational struggle" of controlled war chaos will accomplish.

WW1 lasted 4 years.
WW2 lasted 5-6 years.
The PTB want WW3 to never end.

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 07-10-2015

There is not now, nor will there ever be an end to the ghoul's ability to breed more little ghouls in the Middle East.
If you were to toast the largest mass of them in a series of Nuclear strikes, a thousand years from now the problem with them would still exist, only greatly compounded.
Reason, logic, any form of pragmatic thought seems to be shoved to the wayside if some Imam says "Hate".

They are a people inclined to hate, and well able to teach others to eventually do the same. It's what they thrive on.
Slights, no matter how trivial, are never forgotten.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 07-10-2015

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 07-11-2015


UNSTOPPABLE TRUMP: The Donald is rocketing upward in the polls and dominating the 2016 race Hmm2
'I'm done': Jeb Bush refuses to answer Donald Trump question  Doh
Donald Trump has surged to the top of 2 new 2016 polls Whip

Quote:The latest poll arrived Thursday. In the Economist/YouGov poll
Trump holds 15% of the Republican vote nationally — ahead of former Gov. El Stupidissimo Jeb Bush of Florida (11%).

The good news for Trump doesn't stop there.
"Trump looks even better as a candidate this week when Republicans are asked for their second choice," 
YouGov's Kathy Frankovic wrote along with the results. 
"When they are, Trump extends his lead. 
One in four Republicans who are registered to vote say he is their first or second choice."

A new Public Policy Polling survey of North Carolina published Wednesday 
also placed Trump ahead of the GOP pack. In that poll, Trump led Bush 16% to 12%

Donald Dump might just shit cake Bush's chances in the long run.
Rubio has virtually disappeared from the polls after leading in them, almost spot on when Bush announced his candidacy.
Mondo disgusto deviant ingredient Scott Walker finally steps up to the plate to spew Ann Coulter's nonsense.
Chris Christie only knows how to vomit and shit.
The media doesn't even hardly follow Cruz,
and Rand Paul still is the mystery man that might come out of nowhere and cause more trouble for the Republicans than Humpty Trumpty.
Rick Perry is still sodomizing himself with hot dogs and talking horseshit,
while Hillary just watches and laughs.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 07-11-2015

the Flag thingy
was used to set up Nikki Haley
as Jeb's running mate.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 07-11-2015

Still thinking Rubio will be back in the spotlight before it's all over.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 07-12-2015


Quote:Still thinking Rubio will be back in the spotlight before it's all over.

After Scott Walker officially jumps in?
.... after Donald Humpty Trumpty falls off of the Mexican border wall?
or maybe before Jeb El Stupidissimo Bush starts spending 114 million? 

Rubio has made a serious strategic blunder by disappearing right when Bush announced his candidacy.
He needed to come out swinging with political steam,
and not go on a fund raising trip that barely fed a lean piggy bank.
And that will be his demise, funding,
unless ... out of left field, ... out of the blue boo hoo, ... out of the rabbit hole in the magicians hat,
he wins the debates.

The spotlight is on Donald Dump.
You have to give him credit for gaining a polls lead in the face of all the national criticism,
regardless of how temporary that may be.

Bush is settling in because his back pocket cash cow politcal piggy trough of 114 million dollars
would make anyone comfortable enough,
when the pandering media slops up endless positive propaganda TV face time for El Stupidissimo and his bankroll.  
so now, 
Bush feels comfortable enough to feel confident that he doesn't look so awkward and silly nilly on the nightly news.

No, I think that Rubio will end up being a Bush man in the end game.
The first debate is on August 6. That is where Rubio will have to outshine all the rest.

Quote:The speech had a distinctly celebratory air as Mr. Trump lauded the “massive” crowds
he has drawn and the attention he has brought to immigration
and other issues that he said “weak” politicians were afraid to address.

Quote:The speech, hosted by the Republican Party of Maricopa County, 
drew several thousand people to the Phoenix Convention Center, 
making it one of the largest events for any candidate so far, 

He came to Phoenix after addressing a series of private and public audiences
Friday and Saturday in Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

“This has become a movement because people don’t know what’s happening,” Mr. Trump said. 

“We can’t be great if we don’t have a border.”

If Trump could use a little forethought into inflammatory commentary,
he might be an excellent candidate with great potential.
He is completely different than the entirety of the Republican package of candidates.

Quote:the Flag thingy
was used to set up Nikki Haley
as Jeb's running mate.


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She will shoot Bush in the foot.
Rubio would be wise to present himself to Bush as VP potential.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 07-12-2015

Rubio had better stay the course on his own. To accept a VP position under any of the other candidates is to enter the political wilderness. Especially if they were to lose.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 07-14-2015

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 07-15-2015

an uninspiring and boring pack of Republican dick heads Whip
is what causes 
to surge to the top of the polls

They all have been Trumped by flash in the pan politics.

He can only sustain it until the debates, and there he will have to prove himself in direct battle
in front of and against the entire gauntlet of Republican dummy dusters.
And he just might pull it off.

I am hoping that Rand Paul makes a good showing.
I am still waiting for Rubio to recapture that initail shining knight in DC possibility that suddenly evaporated.
I am already ... ready ... to Yak on Bush in anticipation of his predicatable slobber and vomit.
I expect Ted Cruz to jack in the box his pomp to the fullest.
I think that Scott Walker will be stinky weasel du jour,
and that Perry and Christie should mud wrestle for hot dogs as the entertainment for the evening.

Who did I leave out?
Uninspring shit heads?
Hillary will be watching them all debate,
with a tickle in her panties, as they go for each other's throat in those debates.  


Joaquin El Chapo Guzman and Jeb El Stupidissimo Bush certainly have one thing in common.
They know that money can buy you just about anything,
if you have a large criminal or corporate national security political organization behind you to facilitate making shit happen,
with all that money.

You buy people in crime and in politics.

how much did El Chapo spend to escape from the penitentiary?
a lot less
than Bush will spend to escape from Donald Trump Rofl



RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - deo - 07-15-2015

"By God, these people have made being anti-science, conspiracy-peddling, ego-driven bullshit-peddling race-baiting poor-bashing economy-punching corporate-fellating coal-slurry-dumping gun-toting proto-fascist xenophobic God-bothering paranoia fun again."   - Hunter  

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 07-15-2015

fuck hunter.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Mayito7777 - 07-16-2015

Hilary is slipping in the polls and the Trump-eteer guy is heading the pubs by 18%

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 07-16-2015

Obama has not only restarted the Cold War with Russia and the Civil War with the South but he is doing a dam fine job of relighting the Mexican War.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 07-17-2015

back perspective: if anything ... he is consistent.


Trump: Putin Has Been Turned Into 'the World Leader'

Quote:Donald Trump applauded the leadership qualities of Russian President Vladimir Putin 
this morning on Fox and Friends.
 On the new couch with Elisabeth, Brian and Steve, 
he said President Obama's lack of action amid the Syria crisis 
has turned Putin into "the world leader."

"He has done an amazing job of showing how to lead," said Trump, 
adding that Bashar al-Assad is still "solidly in control."

President Obama made the argument over the weekend that Washington pundits 
like to grade administrations on "style" 
even if the policy turns out to be "disastrous," 
calling to mind the Iraq War. 
He argued that initially, the Bush administration received high marks.

Trump scoffed at the notion that the president has made the right decisions on Syria.

"The policy is worse than the style.

 What could be worse than our policy? 
We're being scoffed at, 
we're being laughed at, 
our country's going to hell.
I mean, what could be worse than what's happening to this country?" he said.

Ted Cruz scores

Quote:“A Time For Truth” was published on June 30 
and sold 11,854 copies in its first week, 
according to Nielsen Bookscan’s hardcover sale numbers -- 
more than 18 of the 20 titles 
that appeared on the bestseller list for the week ending July 4.

Cruz's memoir, "A Time For Truth,"
will appear at No. 7 on the Times' list for hardcover nonfiction, 
reflecting its second-week sales, 
a Times spokesperson confirmed on Wednesday. 
The Texas senator's book had not been included on the list for its first week, 
on the grounds that its sales had been driven by "strategic bulk purchases."

Both Harper Collins, the book's publisher, and Amazon, 
the largest Internet retailer in the country, 
said last week that they had found "no evidence" 
that bulk purchases drove the book's sales numbers. 

On Friday, Cruz campaign spokesperson Rick Tyler accused the Times Whip 
of "obvious partisan bias," 
and called on the paper to reveal its methodology or else publicly apologize. 

The Times has resolutely stood by its claim, 
and has refused to reveal its methodology on the grounds that doing so 
might threaten the integrity of the process.


and of course
El Stupidissimo

Quote:Jeb Bush admits he wishes he could speak as well as President Obama

No need for any quotes here.
The title speaks for itself.
Just deposit all your yak Yak to the Jeb Bush campaign fund.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 07-18-2015
Judge Napolitano How to get fired from Fox Business in under 5 mins YouTube
Federal Reserve blames immigrant kids for robbing jobs from 'native' U.S. teens
Hillary Forbids Young Supporters from Talking to Press
'This raises some warning flags for Hillary Clinton campaign that is trying to control their supporters.'

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 07-18-2015
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Quote:Billionaire businessman and presidential contender Donald Trump responded in typical blunt fashion to Hillary Clinton, who openly criticized his stance on immigration, telling the Democratic frontrunner in no uncertain terms to quit lying.
His remarks came in response to an attack by Clinton during a speech at the National Council of La Raza in Kansas City over comments Trump made during his campaign announcement. Trump said Mexico should be faulted for sending up its racists and criminals to illegally cross borders into America.

Clinton said, Time reported: “It was appalling to hear Donald Trump describe immigrants as drug dealers, racists and criminals. He’s talking about people you and I know. He’s talking about people who love this country, work hard and want nothing more than a chance to build a better life for themselves and this country. When people and businesses everywhere rejected his hateful comments, did he apologize? No, he doubled down. I have just one word for Donald Trump: Basta! Enough!”
She then took to Twitter to underscore the point with a large-font “Basta!”

And Trump’s response, a day later?

Failing candidate Hillary Clinton, who is desperately trying to hold on to her lead in the democratic primary against Bernie Sanders, is knowingly putting out lies about my stance on illegal immigration. I said ‘Mexico is sending’ – I’m not knocking immigration or immigrants, but rather am very critical of the country of Mexico for sending us people that they don’t want. Likewise I am very critical of illegal immigration and the tremendous problems including crime, which it causes,” Trump said, in an email sent by his campaign.

And he didn’t stop there.

“She is desperate, she is sad, and she is obviously very nervous when she has to revert to issues that have already been settled given the absolute accuracy of my statement. She speaks about ‘my tone’ and that’s the problem with our country’s leaders. They are more worried about tone than results! It’s not about being nice — it’s about being competent,” he said.

In closing, Trump said: “Hillary should spend more time producing her illegally hidden emails and less time trying to obfuscate a statement by me that is totally clear and obviously very much accepted by the public as true. I am honored, however, that she is attacking me, instead of Jeb Bush. Obviously she knows that JEB is no longer her real competition. The last person she wants to face is Donald Trump.”

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 07-19-2015

good post Wook,
I loved this part from Trump --

Quote:I am honored, however,
that she is attacking me, instead of Jeb El Stupidissimo Bush. 
Obviously she knows that JEB is no longer her real competition. 
The last person she wants to face is Donald Trump.

DT  ... or ... Delerium Tremor ... Donald Trump,

is also the last man Jeb Bush wants to face.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Keith - 07-19-2015

you know... would it really be so bad for Trump to run things for a few years?

i mean, we let Obama, and look at the result
if Trump couldn't do a better job he certainly couldn't do a worse

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 07-19-2015

I agree, and give Trump credit for being the only one {besides Paul} 
with enough guts and honesty to just say it like he sees it without having to suck up to the media,
and public perceptions.

They had him on the interviews this morning on TV, with his comments on McCain.
He has them all spinning like tops that he sets into motion.
He baits them excellently, and they follow up like dogs fetching a stick.

The polls this morning show Jeb El Stupidissimo Bush trailing both Trump and Walker.
The Walker surge is temporary, and just recognition of him stepping into the race officially.

What was interesting in the polls was to see Rand Paul slowly but surely moving up, at 8%.

Rubio threw away his candidacy when he allowed El Stupidissimo to announce his candidacy,
and Rubio ran and hid in what he called "fund raising"
when he should have come out swinging right then.
And that is what Trump did.
As soon as Bush threw his hat into the ring of candidates, Trump attacked the lame POS Bush.

Rubio will regret that for a long time, 
and it makes you wonder if he just basically conceded to the Bush money.

Meanwhile that sewer rat Christie was asked on CNN why he thought his numbers were so low in the polls at 2%.
Christie is too stupid to recognize that he is a lost cause like that worm Perry.

Trump is a better politician than the rest of them.
He would look great sitting there confronting Putin, Assad or Iran.
Think about bean pole Bush lame dogging his way against Putin.
What a joke.

Trump is leading in the polls because everybody recognizes that the rest of the trash are just lip service louts.
I am liking him more and more, and it is Trump that is offering the entertainment
to liven up the race as the rest of them are doing this 989 to each other,
with nothing of substance to say.
Just puke.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 07-19-2015

Wash DC , Repugs , Demmyocrats and the Press can't stand Trump
sounds like a winner
to me.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 07-19-2015
How Does Bernie Sanders' Turnout in Maine Compare to Other Democratic Rallies? It Was Epic.
With Election Day still 16 months away, Sanders draws biggest turnout for a Maine Democratic rally in 25 years
by Craig Brown, Common Dreams

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 07-21-2015

Quote:A whistleblower has accused the Department of Veterans Affairs of intentionally violating its own policy toward combat veterans to keep thousands of applicants from receiving their healthcare benefits.
Scott Davis, a program specialist at the VA enrollment center in Atlanta, said some veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan lost their eligibility for healthcare after the VA sat on their applications until they expired.
“This is not an accident, not when you get to those numbers,” Davis told the Washington Examiner. “The VA, again, intentionally has artificial barriers to reduce the number of people who can use the system.”
Combat veterans are not required to verify their income when applying for VA benefits. They are given five years from the time of their discharge from service to enroll in the system.
But the enrollment applications of 34,000 such veterans were delayed when the VA system designated them as pending because they lacked income information, Davis alleged.
In a letter to Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., Davis said 18,000 veterans returning from service in Iraq and Afghanistan were waiting to learn the fate of their pending applications.
He noted another 16,000 combat veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan had lost their eligibility for healthcare because the VA had ignored their applications for more than five years.
Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Colo., pressed VA Secretary Robert McDonald on the massive backlog of applications in a July 10 letter.
“[I]t is my understanding that a number of veterans have had their healthcare expire due to inaction by VA,” wrote Coffman, who heads the VA committee’s Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigation.
Documents provided by Davis indicate the VA may have discouraged veterans from submitting necessary paperwork when applying for benefits so the agency could shift the blame for its growing backlog onto the veterans and their incomplete applications.
The House Veterans Affairs Committee has vowed to investigate an internal VA report that indicated one in three veterans who applied for healthcare benefits had died before the agency got around to their applications.
The negative attention that has been trained on the VA in the year since news of its falsified patient waiting lists emerged has seemingly done little to curb the agency’s problems.
The White House sent a delegation from the Office of Management and Budget to the Atlanta center in April amid allegations of mismanagement by VA employees there.
Davis said none of the OMB representatives attempted to meet with him during their visit despite the fact that his whistleblower status is widely known.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 07-22-2015



Donald Trump gave out Lindsey Graham's personal cell number to America

Quote:Trump and Graham have engaged in an ongoing feud in the past few days 
as they battle for the Republican presidential nomination. 
In Trump's speech Tuesday, 
he called Graham an "idiot," Rofl
after Graham called him a "jackass" Rofl
in aninterview Monday with CNN's Kate Bolduan.

Trump gave out Grahams private cell phone number and urged attendees to call it.
"Give it a shot," Trump said, 

urging people to call the state's senior senator.

All the rest of the presidential candidate news is garbage, except for Rand Paul.
Only Trump and paul offer something with some hot sauce,
and all the rest just bore you to death.

Rubio boring me to death

Ted Cruz boring me to death

Scott the Weasel Walker
This was interesting at first, 
then while reading the article, I got bored to death.

this was funny,
Chris Yak Christie has Smeg Whitman the old ebay alpha whore behind him now,
but she bores me to death 
and Christie makes me sick

this is funny from a retard on pain killers and liquor and hot dogs -- Rick Perry, 
and then he bores you to death
Rick Perry compares Trump to cancer

Jeb el Stupidissimo Bush bores dustballs to death
Yak Bush 

Rand Paul 
has the hot suace as well,
and this is great stuff.

[b]Watch Rand Paul Destroy the Tax Code With a Chainsaw[/b] 
Quote:Paul talks about creating a one-page tax form with a 14.5% flat tax and destroying “all 70,000 pages” of the U.S. tax code.

Then, for dramatic effect, 

he sets stacks of paper on fire, 
shoves them in a wood-chipper 
and takes a chainsaw to them, 
while an electric guitar squeals the national anthem.


They are all retards, numb-nuts and clowns,
except for Trump and Paul.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 07-22-2015

Hillary is losing Doh

Repugs swarming like Sharks Sheep
press ignoring Paul  Ninja

Trump the mouth lol Gangup

in Bernie's sexual dreams Luv

Whitehouse has a pen but it is about "white" privilege LilD

Putin is anti gay lol youareaduck

Pope is a socialist  Assimilated

& the Rebs have been put down
what could go wrong.
dam this is fun.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 07-22-2015

Not that I don't like some of what he is saying, but he is unelectable!
Not that I don't wish he couldn't do some of the things he has put forward, but he'd have to be a dictator to do them.

Trump will, in all reality, be gone by Fall.

Tho I don't think it has come to crystal clarity for many just defeatable by several in the GOP.
Glided about in a dream world for far too long. Her supporters occupy that realm as well, and that is a tragedy for whatever is left of America.
How did the sane, well ordered, sensible nation we all grew up in, come to fall into such nonsense as we see today?

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Mayito7777 - 07-23-2015

A vote for Trump is a kick in the liberals romp

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 07-23-2015
Morning Joe panel reacts to 'stunning' unpopularity of Clinton in swing states