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  1. Subscriber no1marauder
    It's Nice to Be Nice
    27 Jul '16 21:20
    This really has to be read to be believed: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/elections/2016/07/27/donald-trump-hillary-clinton-florida-scranton-democratic-covention/87607166/

    First, Donald Trump "hopes" that the Russians have Hillary Clinton private e-mails. As Clinton adviser Jake Sullivan said: this is probably the first time a major presidential candidate has encouraged "a foreign power to conduct espionage against his political opponent."

    Second, he "also assailed Clinton running mate Tim Kaine, and mistakenly (and repeatedly) described him as being from New Jersey; Kaine is a senator and former governor of Virginia. (There is a former New Jersey governor named Tom Kean.)".

    This while saying President Obama is " "the most ignorant president in our history,"
  2. Subscriber no1marauder
    It's Nice to Be Nice
    27 Jul '16 21:39
    Donald's boorish behavior towards women reporters who asks him questions he doesn't like also continued: http://www.politico.com/blogs/on-media/2016/07/donald-trump-to-katy-tur-be-quiet-226286
  3. 27 Jul '16 21:44
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    This really has to be read to be believed: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/elections/2016/07/27/donald-trump-hillary-clinton-florida-scranton-democratic-covention/87607166/

    First, Donald Trump "hopes" that the Russians have Hillary Clinton private e-mails. As Clinton adviser Jake Sullivan said: this is probably the first time a major presi ...[text shortened]... an.)".

    This while saying President Obama is " "the most ignorant president in our history,"
    How much is Donald Trump paying someone--anyone?--to give him briefings on the facts?
    Can Donald Trump say, "You're fired!" ?
  4. 27 Jul '16 21:44
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    Donald's boorish behavior towards women reporters who asks him questions he doesn't like also continued: http://www.politico.com/blogs/on-media/2016/07/donald-trump-to-katy-tur-be-quiet-226286
    Donald Trump has said that he may ask Roger Ailes for advice. About how to handle women?
  5. 27 Jul '16 23:10
    trump gets away with everything because he is permitted to get away with everything.

    when he told that female reporter to be quiet, all the real journalists in the room should have understood that for what it is: not only misogyny towards a female but a fascist attempt to silence the press when it doesn't ask him the questions he wants. all the real journalists should have walked out of that room.

    The mainstream media is still civil with him just so he won't throw a tantrum and to get ratings out of him. They have no integrity.
  6. 27 Jul '16 23:11
    And seriously, he just invited a foreign power, and a hostile one at that to investigate his political opponent. Can you explain this, you retards who keep supporting him?
  7. Standard member sh76
    Civis Americanus Sum
    27 Jul '16 23:12
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    This really has to be read to be believed: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/elections/2016/07/27/donald-trump-hillary-clinton-florida-scranton-democratic-covention/87607166/

    First, Donald Trump "hopes" that the Russians have Hillary Clinton private e-mails. As Clinton adviser Jake Sullivan said: this is probably the first time a major presi ...[text shortened]... an.)".

    This while saying President Obama is " "the most ignorant president in our history,"
    Hey, idiots among the populace deserve representation in government also.
  8. Subscriber mchill
    cryptogram
    28 Jul '16 00:54
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    This really has to be read to be believed: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/elections/2016/07/27/donald-trump-hillary-clinton-florida-scranton-democratic-covention/87607166/

    First, Donald Trump "hopes" that the Russians have Hillary Clinton private e-mails. As Clinton adviser Jake Sullivan said: this is probably the first time a major presi ...[text shortened]... an.)".

    This while saying President Obama is " "the most ignorant president in our history,"
    I can only imagine what would happen if Hillary Clinton had said the same thing about Donald Trump (or any of the candidates) emails. The "Fair and Balanced" folks at FIX news would be screaming TREASON from the tops of their little soap box's. It's amazing what this man has been allowed to get away with.
  9. Subscriber joe shmo
    Strange Egg
    28 Jul '16 00:55 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    This really has to be read to be believed: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/elections/2016/07/27/donald-trump-hillary-clinton-florida-scranton-democratic-covention/87607166/

    First, Donald Trump "hopes" that the Russians have Hillary Clinton private e-mails. As Clinton adviser Jake Sullivan said: this is probably the first time a major presi ...[text shortened]... an.)".

    This while saying President Obama is " "the most ignorant president in our history,"
    "First, Donald Trump "hopes" that the Russians have Hillary Clinton private e-mails. As Clinton adviser Jake Sullivan said: this is probably the first time a major presidential candidate has encouraged "a foreign power to conduct espionage against his political opponent."

    You mean Jake Sullivan: The man that was given a deal by the FBI, for reasons unknown to the public yet in the email investigation? Or would that be Jake Sullivan; the man responsible for setting up Hillarys private email server in which she conductued offical government business illegally? I wouldn't worry about anything "No emails marked classified were sent or recieved" Hillary Clinton (paraphrasing). I mean if they did hack into it, what could the US government do? Afterall it was a private email server. Could Hilary file a civil suit against a foreign nation?
  10. Subscriber joe shmo
    Strange Egg
    28 Jul '16 00:56
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    And seriously, he just invited a foreign power, and a hostile one at that to investigate his political opponent. Can you explain this, you retards who keep supporting him?
    Don't worry, they already were investiating her long before that comment was made.
  11. 28 Jul '16 01:12 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    And seriously, he just invited a foreign power, and a hostile one at that to investigate his political opponent.
    Can you explain this, you retards who keep supporting him?
    Would President Donald Trump welcome Edward Snowden back from Russia and pardon him?
    Edward Snowden has claimed that the NSA should know if Russian intelligence hacked the DNC.
  12. Subscriber joe shmo
    Strange Egg
    28 Jul '16 01:18 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by Duchess64
    Would President Donald Trump welcome Edward Snowden back from Russia and pardon him?
    Edward Snowden has claimed that the NSA should know if Russian intelligence hacked the DNC.
    Yeah...I'm just going to put that right here.

    https://wikileaks.org/dnc-emails/emailid/6230

    BTW, that wasn't meant to be a reply to you...Just some general information for the Hillary lovers out there.
  13. 28 Jul '16 01:48
    Originally posted by Duchess64
    Would President Donald Trump welcome Edward Snowden back from Russia and pardon him?
    Edward Snowden has claimed that the NSA should know if Russian intelligence hacked the DNC.
    Naturally, Trump should have never said that. But at the same time, the only way to get those e-mails is for another country like Russia to leak them. The US government certainly would never tell us if they had them, much like the American public would never have known about what Snowden revealed to us.
  14. 28 Jul '16 01:54
    Originally posted by sh76
    Hey, idiots among the populace deserve representation in government also.
    Which they get every election
  15. 28 Jul '16 01:55 / 1 edit
    To think that everything we do and say is not monitored by governments around the world is naïve. Snowden showed us that. No, the real rub is revealing to the public what those in government are doing and saying.