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Old May 12, 2016, 12:50pm   #616
 
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Past Government debt has to be paid off - spent by Republicans fighting wars making US of A great again as Trump proposes to do. Iraq war has added literally trillions followed by banking crises.

Moreover, the financial crises is who's mess exactly?

Do you understand anything you mouth off about? Go and buy some more gold and then bitch about low interest rates see where it gets you. Numpty!


On another entertaining note, read somewhere that 70% of all antibiotics are given to animals.

Small footprint - they are given to healthy animals in the human food chain. You'd never guess WHY in a million years???

Then there is GM on plants.


Capitalism will eat and kill it self like an obese beast that the system aspires to become. Unchecked, unrestrained free for all madness.


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Pat494 started this thread All the beastly Capitalists can think of is more and more money. They don't care that in the next few years antibiotics will cease to be of any value and even minor operations will be severely risky. Perhaps there is a miracle antibiotic drug just waiting in the shadows to be produced in such small quantities on purpose so only the rich will be able to afford it.
They seem to forget money these days is just zeroes on a computer somewhere. Their care for others is zilch and deserve no care in return.
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Well that's another sign he has done well. There are many political power lobby groups and Israel with the Jewish lobby skews American politics just as oil does.


Yes, the Israeli lobby (AIPAC) is among the most influential in the U.S.

Oil is always going to skew politics as long as it costs 46 dollars a barrel and we remain dependent on it. It might seem unfair, but if you think it makes life difficult, try living your life without it. Or with oil at 150 dollars a barrel like it was at a few summers ago.




Iranian's don't like him either so that's all fair and square.

I think Obama's done a fantastic job along with Clinton. I reckon Bush was a big freaking mistake.

Obama is a failure. Either you have been getting a biased report of his activities or you have not been paying attention.

Bush did a fine job under the circumstances. It was not his fault that the towers were bombed. Going to war in Afghanistan would have happened regardless of who was president. And he went to war in Iraq based on all the best available information. Saddam bragged about having nukes and chemical weapons. He actually had a nuke program in the 80's but the Israelis bombed it. Unfortunately, he was boasting about having a new program so he could bluff his way against Iran, because he feared them. He should not have done that. It got him hung.


Trump likely to be a major catastropheeeeee if he ever gets in.


Republicans eff up the economy and Democrats repair it imo. Sort of works differently in the UK where the Labour party screws up and Tories put it right.

How perverse it all is
Clinton was president at a very luck time in economic history and he knows it.
There was an explosive growth throughout the country in the IT industry and the stock market reflected it. As well as the housing industry.

But people wised up to paying for mail order dog food and 200 PE ratios and it crashed. And cheap mortgage loans backfired.

It would have failed whoever was president. It failed in the summer of 2008 during the election cycle and hit a low when Obama assumed the presidency. It had nowhere to go but up.

And when Obama was a Senator from Illinois while this was occurring, he did absolutely nothing to prevent it.

But he has managed to run our national debt up from 9TN to 19TN. And his golf game is consistent. He does those well.

Timing is everything Obama got lucky.
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Clinton was president at a very luck time in economic history and he knows it.
There was an explosive growth throughout the country in the IT industry and the stock market reflected it. As well as the housing industry.

But people wised up to paying for mail order dog food and 200 PE ratios and it crashed. And cheap mortgage loans backfired.

It would have failed whoever was president. It failed in the summer of 2008 during the election cycle and hit a low when Obama assumed the presidency. It had nowhere to go but up.

And when Obama was a Senator from Illinois while this was occurring, he did absolutely nothing to prevent it.

But he has managed to run our national debt up from 9TN to 19TN. And his golf game is consistent. He does those well.

Timing is everything Obama got lucky.

How is Obama a failure? I think he has done much to correct Bush Jnr's failed policies like catching Bin Ladin and improving US standing in the World again.

Bush did a naff job if anything at all. Supporting his oil producing pals and launching an illegal and unjust war against Iraq. You need to read Bob Woodward's book. Iraq war was a setup. Also read Richard A Clarke's book Against All Enemies.

Obama plays basketball. I think you are referring to Bush playing golf and being unavailable for any meetings in his first 100 days in office.

You assessment of Iraq and Saddam is total nonsense imo. Read up on Colonel North and Raegan and him taking the 5th amendment.

9/11 was a bit of a setup too. Slam dunk case and all that.

What we now have is ISIS having just defeated Al-Qaida. Everything is attributed to ISIS an organisation created by the West to fight Assad. What we have is another ISIS being armed to fight Russia this time in Syria. Same scripted BS fodder for the masses.

Clinton and Obama got lucky you say. Wow! So I'm guessing that has nothing to do with decent Democrat policies. Market had no where to go but up??? You sure about that? Raising interest rates and turning off the debt ceilings may have led to alternative outcomes. Be interesting to see what the Republicans do then!

As for US debt. That's been doubling since 2000 but you only seem to focus on the hand over of the crashed global economy to Obama from 2009 onwards. Shouldn't you be even handed and consider what happened to debt in two terms before he took office?


Will have to agree to disagree I think and best leave it at that.


Obama did much good and Democrats only decent way forward for the US right now. imho.

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@TexasRangersFan: Would I be right in saying that you are an American who is actually living in the USA?
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Should we be surprised???

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-36283242

Mr Senecal's post, which was not public, was first reported by Mother Jones, but he later confirmed its authenticity to several news organisations.

Later on Thursday, Mr Senecal, 84, told CNN that Mr Obama should be "hung" outside the White House. He also called the White House the "White Mosque".



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@TexasRangersFan: Would I be right in saying that you are an American who is actually living in the USA?

Yes, that is correct. I live in the Dallas / Ft Worth (Texas) area.

My username reflects the Texas Rangers, a local Major League baseball team.
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How is Obama a failure? I think he has done much to correct Bush Jnr's failed policies like catching Bin Ladin and improving US standing in the World again.


Obama is a racist. He has made numerous remarks that have been incendiary and he has failed to disassociate himself with members of the black community that possess racist attitudes towards Whites, Jews, Hispanics and Asians.

Considering that is mother was white and his father was a black communist from Kenya, this may or may not be surprising.

Race relations have deteriorated since he took office. A few years ago, a black kid was shot to death by a Hispanic man (portrayed to be white) after he was assaulted by the kid and his head was banged into the sidewalk. Obama said that if he had a son, he would have looked like this kid (Trayvon Martin). That was immediately after the offense occurred, well before the trial. Obama was a second rate lawyer. But he should have known not to make a remark about a murder trial before it ever reached the court room. The remark was perverted and irresponsible. Who the heck (grown men ) says something like that when he is president, with 2 daughters and a wife ? That was insulting to his 2 daughters and his wife. As well as Trayvon Martin's parents. This is just one of many examples.


Obama did not catch Bin Laden. The soldiers of the U.S. Armed Forces did.
We 'knew' where he was on several occasions, but he moved before we could react. And when Obama was informed that he had been found and a team had been assembled to get him, Obama waited 24 hours to make a decision. Then Obama convened his Security advisers and took a survey before he gave the final order. He made as little effort as possible to get the man but he took full credit for the event.


Our increased standing in the world is subjective. People did not like Bush Jr on a personal level. I don't know why. I honestly don't, although I heard it was because he is a born again Christian, but it is only a guess. We never hear what occurs in private conversations behind closed doors.





Bush did a naff job if anything at all. Supporting his oil producing pals and launching an illegal and unjust war against Iraq. You need to read Bob Woodward's book. Iraq war was a setup. Also read Richard A Clarke's book Against All Enemies.

Bush did a fine job. Not perfect but pretty good. He reduced taxes, reformed immigration, reformed education to encourage slow learners and encouraged off shore drilling in the Gulf of Mexico. He also did a lot for AIDS prevention in Africa.

It doesn't matter if he has friends in oil. Every president, has friends everywhere. Oil, Hollywood, IT, Mining etc.....But every drop of oil we produce domestically is one less drop we have to import. And the less oil we import from the Middle East, the less significant they become. I would rather see oil platforms rising from the Gulf of Mexico than headstones rising from a graveyard because our soldiers were killed in the Middle East ( I was in the Army, I can say that. ) Every oil we produce lessens our dependence on foreign sources and lessens our national debt. Good for us.

Just for the record, less than 10 percent of the oil we use comes from the Middle East. The largest majority comes from Canada and Mexico.

The only reason Bush is disliked is because the liberal media did a great job of slandering him with half truths and lies. Katy Couric (CBS News )and Brian Williams (NBC News) and Dan Rather (CBS News) lost their jobs in part for their behavior and reporting towards Bush and other news stories. That is why polls in America repeatedly have suggested that journalists are unethical and only have a 15 % approval rating......about as low as politicians in Congress.


Obama plays basketball. I think you are referring to Bush playing golf and being unavailable for any meetings in his first 100 days in office.


Obama plays golf. He has played a few basketball games but that was for publicity. Black males in American play basketball, it's like a religion to them.
But he plays golf on weekends and the press keeps tabs on his playing habits....a bit unfairly I might add. He has played 270 rounds of golf in his 7 years. However, business if often conducted on the golf course.



You assessment of Iraq and Saddam is total nonsense imo. Read up on Colonel North and Raegan and him taking the 5th amendment.

9/11 was a bit of a setup too. Slam dunk case and all that.

I agree, but Bush had nothing to do with it. I don't believe that 3 skyscrapers can fall in 3 nice, neat little piles of dust, so perfectly. They can't even destroy existing buildings with explosives as neatly as these buildings fell. And they prepare in advance for 3 months. I don't doubt someone on the inside did it. But Bush did not know about it. I would like to know why the Saudis are so scared about the truth. But what do I know...I don't believe Lee Harvey Oswald killed JFK.


What we now have is ISIS having just defeated Al-Qaida. Everything is attributed to ISIS an organisation created by the West to fight Assad. What we have is another ISIS being armed to fight Russia this time in Syria. Same scripted BS fodder for the masses.

Agreed a hundred percent.

Clinton and Obama got lucky you say. Wow! So I'm guessing that has nothing to do with decent Democrat policies. Market had no where to go but up??? You sure about that? Raising interest rates and turning off the debt ceilings may have led to alternative outcomes. Be interesting to see what the Republicans do then!

Our Federal Reserve Interest Rates have been at (were ) at .25 percent for a few years and went up to .5 percent in December. When you have a recession, you can reduce interest rates to pump more spending into the economy. When it is .5 percent, there is not a lot of wiggle room.

The economy has grown but under a false illusion or prosperity. Our debt has increased from 9TN to 19TN.......it has to be paid off sometime.




As for US debt. That's been doubling since 2000 but you only seem to focus on the hand over of the crashed global economy to Obama from 2009 onwards. Shouldn't you be even handed and consider what happened to debt in two terms before he took office?

Will have to agree to disagree I think and best leave it at that.

On the surface it would look that way. But Clinton allowed the military to get hollowed up during his administration and refused to invest in new equipment etc... our equipment was old and our soldiers overworked. When Bush came in he had to invest billions in Defense, expand the military and billions were spent in aid to Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq. It was all approved by a Democratic led majority Congress. There were other expenditures, but it had to have Congressional approval.

BTW, our military is at the lowest level it has been since for decades...in terms of military personnnel as a percentage to the population..it is as low as it was in December 1941 (Pearl Harbor) .


Obama did much good and Democrats only decent way forward for the US right now. imho.

Obama did good when he visited Cuba and tried to restore relations with them.
And although I don't necessarily trust the Iranian govt, he did well to open the door to them as well. You can't improve relations without communicating.


If my post was not long enough, I left you some links for your viewing pleasure.

http://nypost.com/2016/05/13/clinton...-bills-friend/


http://www.investors.com/politics/ed...-gulf-leaders/


So much for our international standing....although their behavior was rude....
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@TexasRangersFan: A very informed post from an American who actually lives in the USA and experiences life in America first hand. Compare that to the drivel spewing from ignorant Englishmen living in the U.K who get everything they know about the USA from the liberal media...idiots.
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@TexasRangersFan: A very informed post from an American who actually lives in the USA and experiences life in America first hand. Compare that to the drivel spewing from ignorant Englishmen living in the U.K who get everything they know about the USA from the liberal media...idiots.
If there was a market for a neo-Fascist newspaper there would be one. But there isn't - so sucks, you ignorant fellow.
We, the rest don't want to be lorded over by the nasty few.
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If there was a market for a neo-Fascist newspaper there would be one. But there isn't - so sucks, you ignorant fellow.
We, the rest don't want to be lorded over by the nasty few.
More sea gull crap watch out Pat.

Guy flies in, dumps and then cries away...


Let's think about his words for a few minutes. We are debating Republicans v Democrats election process and the next president etc and he makes a statement about comparing a pov from a UK citizen supporting Democrats against a US citizen who doesn't support Democrats - identifying one as an idiot and the other as being in the know about what the "liberal press" isn't telling us.

Do we need to remind him about how democracy works and all the Democrats (US citizens) who have elected Obama as president.

Or the fact that Obama's popularity in the polls, right now is higher than anyone elses?

This is an open public forum for discussions and he blurts out crap like anyone's view outside of the US doesn't matter? US elections matter to everyone on the globe and especially so when we have bodies like Trump running for president.

NT displays amazing stupidity with no comprehension of what his really saying but true to form loves every opportunity to endlessly moan and bitch...

Let's ask him which country he lives and resides in?
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More sea gull crap watch out Pat.

Guy flies in, dumps and then cries away...


Let's think about his words for a few minutes. We are debating Republicans v Democrats election process and the next president etc and he makes a statement about comparing a pov from a UK citizen supporting Democrats against a US citizen who doesn't support Democrats - identifying one as an idiot and the other as being in the know about what the "liberal press" isn't telling us.

Do we need to remind him about how democracy works and all the Democrats (US citizens) who have elected Obama as president.

Or the fact that Obama's popularity in the polls, right now is higher than anyone elses?

This is an open public forum for discussions and he blurts out crap like anyone's view outside of the US doesn't matter? US elections matter to everyone on the globe and especially so when we have bodies like Trump running for president.

NT displays amazing stupidity with no comprehension of what his really saying but true to form loves every opportunity to endlessly moan and bitch...

Let's ask him which country he lives and resides in?
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Like reading your posts.
But?

That's fine mate no probs with being knocked.

The more different ways of looking at any one problem, better the clarity.

Beauty of the free world.

Nice music but other than the title not sure what I'm supposed to reap from it.

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New reports about the Clinton Family.
It's not that I am in love with Trump, but I can't stand the Clintons. And I say Clintons, because if Hillary wins you get Bill too.


The Clintons established a 'non-profit' Foundation when Bill left office. Many Foundations are legitimate. But most of them are designed to benefit the founders and not the public. Actors and athletes are famous for this. They put their money in a tax free foundation, put their family on the payroll as advisors and distribute very little of the money for the public good. It's a slush fund for the founders, not a charity.

This is the latest Clinton news...

Is the Clinton Foundation a Fraud ?


With each new revelation, the murky world of the Clinton family finances only seems to get murkier — and dirtier. And a new report suggests it’s no accident.

We wrote last week about how the Clinton Foundation gathered some $100 million from a variety of Gulf sheikhs and billionaires, not to mention taking in millions of “donations” from private businesses that later benefited from their supposed “charitable” largesse. Some of those who gave big bucks to the Clintons had interests that were, to put it mildly, not in keeping with U.S. interests.

That prompted a key question: Just what do these assorted nations, foreign officials, satraps, global fixers and top corporate execs expect in return for their money?

And now comes a more serious, far-reaching question: Is the entire Clinton Foundation so full of conflicts of interest and questionable dealings that it amounts to little more than a massive fraud intended solely to enrich its presidential namesake and his family?

more here..........

http://www.investors.com/politics/ed...ation-a-fraud/


Hillary sold Uranium to Putin...


The Clintons sold out some twenty percent of American uranium assets to a Russian company controlled by Vladimir Putin.

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As the Russians gradually assumed control of Uranium One in three separate transactions from 2009 to 2013, Canadian records show, a flow of cash made its way to the Clinton Foundation. Uranium One’s chairman used his family foundation to make four donations totaling $2.35 million. Those contributions were not publicly disclosed by the Clintons, despite an agreement Mrs. Clinton had struck with the Obama White House to publicly identify all donors. Other people with ties to the company made donations as well.
And shortly after the Russians announced their intention to acquire a majority stake in Uranium One, Mr. Clinton received $500,000 for a Moscow speech from a Russian investment bank with links to the Kremlin that was promoting Uranium One stock.


more here........


https://pjmedia.com/rogerkimball/201...n-you-think/3/

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016...t-offered.html


Hillary and Coal Country

Hillary and Obama said they wanted to get rid of coal in this country. The use of coal in this country declines every year even though we have enough coal in the U.S. to supply our needs for about 2000 years...assuming we used it. She wants to eliminate the use of coal to satisfy the deep pocketed tree huggers at the expense of men that won't have skills to find other jobs if the coal mines close. In many communities, if the coal mines close, there won't be any other jobs. She says she wants to do it to make the air cleaner, but the air quality and the carbon footprint in the U.S. is declining every year and ahead of the schedule for 2030. So, the woman says what every other politician says....she'll buy them out for 30BN and protect their pensions. This way she makes the tree huggers happy and the miners and the unions. But, we know it's a blind promise and it will never happen..... It's an election year and they'll say anything to get elected. Anything. Anyhow, why do we need 'buyouts' when the use of coal declines every year and we are ahead of schedule with carbon output?

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If coal is becoming politically weaker, why is Hillary Clinton offering a $30 billion plan to revitalize Appalachian coal communities?

The United Mineworkers president, Cecil Roberts, stated the objections to phasing out coal very clearly in 2014, when he said the problems wouldn’t just be lost jobs, but lost pensions and retiree health-care benefits if companies collapsed

more here...........

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...l-communities/
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Bill and Hillary

And while coke is added to coal to aid in the production of steel fabrication, Hillary and Bill have used it for entertainment purposes.....
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Bill Clinton fantasized about having a covey of females, all with full breasts, shapely long legs, and tight, eager vaginas in bed with him.

After watching his bed-mates kiss and fondle each other for a while, then he’d join the action.

Sex is a waste of time to Hillary. When we were dating, she talked about making-out with her girlfriends in college because she knew it turned me on.

“Before we married, I got her pregnant and she had an abortion. It bothered me because I didn’t know about it until it was over. Then, several months after the wedding, she slipped up again because she was too lazy to take the pill.

“Hillary hates kids. She was one nasty bitch when she was pregnant

“She’s a damn frigid bitch who prefers women; she won’t even compromise and be bi-sexual. All I hear is how much she despises penises; she thinks they are ****ing ugly, like snakes.”

Bill mentioned, “The only time Hillary gets aroused or agree to ‘play sexy’ is after she snorts coke. But, even then, she’s rigid and frigid

Hillary Clinton despised Bill’s brother Roger but, she had to be nice to him since he supplied her coke habit.

All these years later, I think Hillary is completely selfish and unstable; she’s a fašade when it comes to dependability, commitment, and dedication.

Hillary has an attitude of entitlement; she believes anything and everything she does is okay and no one can question her. She never stops talking out of both sides of her mouth.

more here.........

http://theamericanmirror.com/sally-m...er-coke-habit/


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Chelsea Clinton

But it's not limited to Bill and Hillary. It's hereditary. Chelsea Clinton was a broadcast journalist for NBC even though she had zero experience in journalism and zero personality. If I recall correctly, she even dictated the stories she would do which included no overseas travel, only positive stories and nothing negative about her parents. She had no personality, no charisma and no one in the industry liked her. Heck, there are many people in journalism that have posts that are broadcast nationally and they don't make 600k a year. And she didn't work every day....
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When Clinton joined NBC, many media critics chafed at the network’s decision to employ a former first daughter with no experience in journalism. The New York Post referred to Clinton as “just another spoiled, aimless child of rich, successful parents chauffeured through adulthood by Mommy and Daddy’s connections.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2014/0...#ixzz48sTC7hjC
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And this is just what I saw in the last few days. It doesn't cover the people that have died mysteriously or committed suicide when an investigation began around them.

It doesn't cover Whitewater or Hillary turning 1000 dollars into 100, 000 dollars in 10 months trading corn futures in 1978. Something she knew nothing about.

The pardoning of Marc Rich on Bill Clinton's last day in office. He was on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List.

Or the 100+ stocks Hillary owned when she became Secretary of State and all but one was sold at the daily high for the day they were sold..........statistically impossible.

And speculation that Hillary told the Chinese that our gold in Ft Knox would be used to guarantee the value of govt bonds they bought from us. She does not have the authority to do that and it would never be approved by Congress.

There are more negative associations with them, but I don't have the time to list them.

Trump isn't perfect, no one is. But at least he isn't morally bankrupt like the Clintons.

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"Not Even Scandal-Plagued Jon Corzine Is Too Sleazy For The Clintons To Cash In On," wrote Tim Miller, the group's executive director, in an email to reporters.

"Just like the Clintons, Ready For Hillary will take money from anyone," Miller wrote

@TexasRangersFan: Excellent exposÚ on the hypocrisy of the Clintons. Maybe you can dig up more about her connection with the scumbag Jon Corzine, the man who was at the centre of the $1.6 billion MF Global collapse.
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