Reply on October 19, 2017 08:58 PM
The MS-13 gangs, are not from Africa...they come from some of the Central, and South American countries..also Mexico...They are a group of dangerous, criminals...They have been active here, and are becoming a serious problem...The "Newsday" has been writing about them since bodies have been found, and it is believed they will even attack each other...Of course one of their main activities has to do with drugs...I had never heard of this group until I read about them in that paper....but they are a very dangerous, vicious, and very violent...
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Reply on October 26, 2017 12:56 AM << Modifed October 26 at 12:57AM >>
YouTube Trumpkin and former Milo Yiannopoulos Intern kills his own dad for calling him a Nazi.
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Reply on October 26, 2017 01:17 AM
The truly chilling and terrifying posts are the RESPONSES to "news" stories. My God, they are vile and violent. After reading THEM, this man doesn't surprise at all unfortunately.
Hard to read, but it must be read.
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Reply on October 26, 2017 04:05 AM
The amazing irony is that one of the key words bandied about by Trump supporters is "RESPECT".
The Flag deserves respect.
The Anthem deserves respect.
The President deserves respect.
Yet, their President and they, themselves offer no respect for ANYTHING. The very country they and their President profess to love is depicted as a country so decrepit and falling apart that it will be a miracle if Trump can fix it. AND this is the fault of EVERYONE elected in the last fifty years.
Not a single President deserves respect. BUT THEIR PRESIDENT DOES.
I might add, when did it become okay to disrespect and denigrate women in this country with nary a word in their defense spoken?
When did it become okay to refer to a former First Lady and Secretary of State as "crooked" and "nasty"? When did it become okay for a screaming mob to chant "Lock her up" led by the President of the United States? Lock her up for what? She's been convicted of nothing. She's not been accused. Of course, EVERY government agency in the United States is corrupt and not worthy of respect from the FBI to the Judicial system to the Senate.
What in America is worthy of respect to Trump and his supporters?
I can't believe there isn't one man who will stand up and condemn Donald Trump for his disrespectful treatment of Hilary Clinton. It isn't a political issue.
If he's looking for respect from me, he can start by apologizing to her. No man should treat any woman like that for any reason.
Of course, I'm just an insane Libtard, what do I know?
Reply on October 26, 2017 09:33 AM << Modifed October 26 at 9:43AM >>
Me. Cahill, you are not dumb at all. It amazes me for his followers, or I will say many of his followers have that mob mentality. At least that has been my experience with the many I have talked to.
If you ask them why they hate Hillary so much, they usually only talk about her emails and her responsibility toward the deaths in Benghazi, but cannot explain anymore. It baffles me.Not over the deaths of our citizens, but why one woman is to solely blame. This is what Trump focuses on entirely about her.
It is ironic that he, like many of his supporters cannot whatsoever carry on an intelligent conversation and address the disconcerting and immediate issues at hand. He is a pro and skirting and deflecting.
I know and try very hard to understand why many voted for him, but I cannot understand why they continue to support him when his true colors are flying high. His campaign rhetoric was nothing short of laughable on the disgusting side. But I suppose his supporters liked his non conventional way on the political platform, even though his insolence was displayed early on.
The old axiom" Stress does not build character, it reveals character."!is spot on.
Even Hillary under all the duress and accusations has acted appropriately in most if not all cases.
We, who do not support nor approve of this dirilect Trump, are admonished to beware of judging, yet, Trump supporters have done that very thing.
You are very articulate.
Reply on October 26, 2017 11:17 AM
You, insane, not yesterday, today, and not even tomorrow would I consider you such a thing...what you are, and I don't want to make you blush, but common sense, decency, and just plain nice is how I would describe you...(could I just be prejudiced...probably!)...lol
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Reply on October 26, 2017 11:45 AM
You know, Michael, not all men are the same, just as all women are not all alike. We filter through our standards and value system. I honestly never believed in the dumb blonde stereotype--until I met one--then another. It really was shocking to me, and I think I was in my forties before I came face-to-face with one, and had absolutely no idea how to communicate with this flake. (I was in a position where I was forced into the situation.)
I've met a few men with similar attitudes to Trump's, but my disdain for them does not reflect on my healthy relationships with other men.
It seems you'd like to believe Trump should never behave or talk about women in a way you find repulsive. These guys don;t change--not even if you hit them over the head with a 2' x4'.
Trump will never change--and certainly never grow into a job he is and was unfit to do. The best we can all hope for are the support staff in the WH and some hope we can survive this term without activating nuclear war.
Reply on October 26, 2017 02:30 PM
Both men and women carry with them their value systems, it comes, I believe, from their life experiences...and so we cannot expect each of us to be the same.
men like trump have shown their disrespect for woman, yet he's able to treat his daughter and wife with respect (I'm assuming that)...that says to me he is in control of how he treats woman, or people in general...and knows what he's doing, and enjoying it.
I look at these men as being very small, they have a serious lack of self confidence, and need that feeling of superiority, and control, just to feel good...and they get away with it.
I've never been sexually assaulted (physically)...but I have verbally, and some times, according to the person, that can be just as intimidating...what I don't understand is why anyone would allow themselves to be treated this way...are careers, lifestyles, and positions in life more important then going as far as necessary to get satisfaction, and peace of mind....and I don't mean monetary compensation.
Another thing comes to mind, what exactly is sexual harassment, what activities are considered such?, is it a tap on the back, a wink, a smile, a complimentary word...an unwanted offer to date, what is it?...I'm quite serious...it can't always be the reason one doesn't go as far as desired in their given careers...call me stupid of you wish, but I just don't believe that's the reason all the time.
The time one of my bosses, made verbal advances, I just won't tell you what I said to him, but he never did it again...I can remember another time, when it was clear what the bosses intentions were...I'll never forget this, that night when I got home, I told my husband what I was going to do, mainly to let him know I just might come home that night without a job, that I might get fired for my reactions to what was said to me...the next day, I went into his office closed the door, and told him what I thought of him, and a whole lot more...
Did I remain in my position, I most certainly did...UNTIL I found another assignment that suited me...was I afraid of what he might say, when references were requested, yes, but
the references given were fine.
Perhaps when all you have is your self respect, no real money to speak of, but feel good about yourself, that makes a difference as to how you deal with these creeps.
I only speak for myself, I can say I did reach some of my goals, teaching was one of them, but I will also say...I knew I'd never be rich...(in money that is)...and I wasn't/am not...lol
I really believe these kind of men, no matter how they show their faces to the world, or how wealthy, they are weak, have low self esteem, and the only way they can get it is by demeaning woman with their words and deeds...just like the man that now sits in the white house...he told me just who he was when I heard his nasty words.
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Reply on October 26, 2017 02:35 PM
G, I don't call you a crocodile because you have a policy of "do no harm". That is a typically ridiculous logical leap . Though doing no harm can be a noble and loving thing, the modern Liberal's ideas ( ooh, I stepped in it there) on love seems to be seriously lacking in the more "hard edged" parts of love The parts of love that include protective rules and discipline and concepts on actions and consequences, submission and the like.
I call you a crocodile because having read enough of your writing, I know that you are VERY well aware of exactly what it is that Trump supporters believe on all of those questions that you posed.
You post up questions that you already know the answers to, simply as bait to draw those you don't agree with into the weeds so you and your crocodile cronies can browbeat and virtue signal together with each other as a weird "communal chewing". If you want to disagree with Trump supporters, that's fine, but engaging them in less predatorial, more honest ways , is more appreciated by me anyways.
You had some interesting points about video sources, time stamps ,pixel peeping, and the like. Kudos to you if you are able to be an investigative reporter of such a magnitude. I would be very interested if you could offer up evidence that might, or does discredit some video that the "alternative media" may be offering up as evidence of something. I am not one with the time or the inclination to pour over all the videos with such discipline. I don't watch videos much at all. ( I seem to remember you saying the same).
But, I am very aware of what can be manipulated upon on a pixel level. Before my "Truth conversion" , I probably spent close to a thousand hours personally manipulating photos on single pixel levels, using that incredible program Photoshop ( merely in my hobby of photography). I know that Photoshop is even more powerful now, even able to manipulate video. I know that when I pretty much quit using Photoshop, it was quite easy to manipulate a picture to the level of moving people's arms and legs around in the picture. And I am sure that it was just starting to apply to video as well,. Though a very powerful computer was needed and I am sure those kinds of computers are even growing more prevalent. We are getting to a point where we certainly can't trust a single photo. And even much video, if it is not posted up almost immediately to the web, has very good odds of being manipulated. So, not only time stamps of video, but time stamps of when video is even uploaded is even very crucial. Of course , with all of the manipulation that is being exposed of you tube, Facebook, Google, view counts, social media etc. Who even knows what our lieing eyes can believe anymore. That's a big reason why I put my trust solely in that old document that hasn't changed for 2 to 4 thousand years.
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Reply on October 26, 2017 05:31 PM
DJ you say, I call you (gloria) a crocodile because I know you are VERY well aware of exactly what Trump supporters believe on all those questions you posed.
Once again you pretend you know what I know and believe. You don't. I know what I believe VERY well. I also know what SOME Trump supporters believe, what I don't know is what YOU believe regarding those questions. I'll ask you again. What jobs do you see being brought back from overseas? What are you doing about the corruption in Washington right now? What do you want the Affordable Care Act replaced with? Do you believe the DACA/Dreamer children should be deported? What charges do you think warrant Clinton's incarceration?
You say, You (I) post up questions that you already know the answers to simply as bait to draw those you don't agree with into the weeds so you and your crocodile cronies can browbeat and virtue signal together with each other as a weird "communal chewing".
More dishonest mind-reading fiction from you. Who are these alleged "crocodile cronies" you refer to? How is it you think we signal together? I don't collude with anyone about topics I present, or they present or my responses. I work alone. Can you honestly say the same for yourself? That said, this is a discussion board for the precise purpose of respectfully engaging robust and considered debate. Discussion topics are presented and people make their points if the topic is of interest to them. Not sure why you think that has anything to do with communal chewing. If people have nothing to say or add to the discussion topic, they don't.
Regarding the rest of it, I have zero interest in unraveling all the bullshit posted online by greedy, conspiracy theorists. I'll leave the investigation to the experts because I do have faith in institutions. And yes, I am fully aware these agencies make mistakes from time to time including trying to cover up their errors.
I look forward to your forthright answers.
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