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Deep down, Bill must appreciate the fact that he's managed to pass on his genes, though he can't fess up to it yet:

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If you though Kasich was bad with eating, just take a look at what Hillary's breakfast looks like:

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If Hillary didn't have such terrible Intelligence, Wisdom and Charisma scores, I would have easily been convinced of her actually being a Mind Flayer ™:

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(05-12-2016 09:52 PM)911 Wrote:  Deep down, Bill must appreciate the fact that he's managed to pass on his genes, though he can't fess up to it yet:

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Shit, I had completely forgotten about this.

Trump NEEDS to use this against the Clintons in the general somehow. With any luck it will turn a percentage of the black vote away from Hillary.
05-13-2016 03:27 PM
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^^^Actually the Clinton's will turn this to their advantage, by admitting it's true along with the photo ops with the ill legit son fostering even more credibility in the black community.
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I'm hitting Hillary with some hard questions on QUORA.COM as she is now "taking questions". No answers yet and I doubt she will as the answers won't put her in a good light.
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Turns out that Bubba was on Jeffrey Epstein's bang jet more that previously thought.

Quote:Clinton’s presence aboard Jeffrey Epstein’s Boeing 727 on 11 occasions has been reported, but flight logs show the number is more than double that, and trips between 2001 and 2003 included extended junkets around the world with Epstein and fellow passengers identified on manifests by their initials or first names, including “Tatiana.” The tricked-out jet earned its Nabakov-inspired nickname [Lolita Express] because it was reportedly outfitted with a bed where passengers had group sex with young girls.

For at least five of those trips Clinton ordered Secret Service to stand down.

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(05-13-2016 04:02 PM)BassPlayaYo Wrote:  ^^^Actually the Clinton's will turn this to their advantage, by admitting it's true along with the photo ops with the ill legit son fostering even more credibility in the black community.

He won't fess up to it, because it would lend more credence to his other accusers' claims, or to the story about Judi Gibbs, one other prostitute (and Penthouse pet) he used to visit, that ended up dead when her house burned down.

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Great comment on WSJ today about the Clinton Foundation Business Model:

Quote:Wealthy friends of Bill and Hillary donate big bucks to the Clinton Foundation and get a tax break of 42ish percent on their other sources of taxable income.
The Clinton foundation then gives the donors back their money as grants (free $$ for business investment) to invest in a "for profit business venture" set up by the wealthy donors.

Bill and/or Hilliary use their "insider" government relationships to arrange for the for profit business to government grants and or government guaranteed loans.

The for profit business then fails as a business and generates business losses for the donor/owners that are written off as business investment losses for additional tax losses.

Bill and Hillary get continued support and political donations to their own or Democratic campaigns from the original wealthy donor friends from their tax protected gains from the original Clinton Foundation donation.

and then in response to the above, the bellow:

Quote:You left out just a couple of points: the managers of the for profit businesses drew an outsized salary for the failing businesses; the investors drew dividends from the business even as they were failing; the consumers received energy upgrades that they paid full price for, plus profit, and did not receive any benefit from the government largesse.

But it's for the children.
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Shillary is campaigning for Trump it seems:
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(05-14-2016 01:38 PM)RaccoonFace Wrote:  Shillary is campaigning for Trump it seems:
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This is probably Hillary's biggest error yet. Even though it is under attack, the idea that hard work should be rewarded is still embedded in the American psyche. This makes it look like Hillary wants equal pay for unequal work. Maybe this is sabotage from inside her campaign?
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(05-14-2016 06:00 PM)n0000 Wrote:  Maybe this is sabotage from inside her campaign?

The long-standing rumor is that Hillary is considered a punishment for the Secret Service to be assigned to protect because of how much of a colossal bitch she is.

I wouldn't be at all surprised if (some of) her campaign advisers have been driven to the breaking point and are essentially loading her guns with blank bullets.
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(05-14-2016 06:18 PM)Canopus Wrote:  
(05-14-2016 06:00 PM)n0000 Wrote:  Maybe this is sabotage from inside her campaign?

The long-standing rumor is that Hillary is considered a punishment for the Secret Service to be assigned to protect because of how much of a colossal bitch she is.

I wouldn't be at all surprised if (some of) her campaign advisers have been driven to the breaking point and are essentially loading her guns with blank bullets.

There's been so much corroborating evidence about Hillary's cunty diva behavior that it's not just a rumor at this point. You can't get that many secret service personnel and staffers across that wide of a demographic to "defame" her for just politics.

Worst case and possibly best case scenario for the American people if Trump happens to lose is that Hillary gets into office and then just runs the office right into the ground by being a total asshole to her cabinet and the American public.

It will finally lift up the rock and shine a bright light into the wormy and parasitic underbelly of the establishment once and for all.

With that much power at her fingertips I don't see any outcome other than total abuse of it.
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Christina Aguilera was on Ellen and the lesbian talk show host showed her this picture of Hillary getting an eyeful of her juggs.

Aguilera responded "She was staring at my bosoms", "It’s amazing, it’s awesome" and “She supports the girls.”

Ellen then brings up the fact that Hillary showed up to Aguilera's house to get a second look at those luscious tits or in her words... “I know you just had a fundraiser for her at your house”.

Seems like Ellen wants Hillary to be loud and proud.

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(05-16-2016 11:31 PM)spokepoker Wrote:  [Image: 14a2bo.jpg]

Catchy phrase.

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How do you guys feel about her becoming your next president?

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(05-17-2016 06:39 PM)rudebwoy Wrote:  How do you guys feel about her becoming your next president?
Unless Trump gets assassinated the chances are pretty small. If he does then civil war is on the cards.
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Disagree, Hillary is playing at home, she's got the media and a large part of the establishment in her pocket (see cartoon above...) This is a road game for Trump. Also, she might benefit from electronic vote cheating in Ohio, FL and elsewhere. It's not going to be a cakewalk.

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(05-17-2016 06:50 PM)rotekz Wrote:  
(05-17-2016 06:39 PM)rudebwoy Wrote:  How do you guys feel about her becoming your next president?
Unless Trump gets assassinated the chances are pretty small. If he does then civil war is on the cards.

Civil walkover you mean. How long do you think BernieBros and BLM protestors can stand up to angry grown-ups?
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(05-17-2016 06:39 PM)rudebwoy Wrote:  How do you guys feel about her becoming your next president?

Determined to stop it.

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If you think about it Hillary's incentives to get into power are truly terrifying. Besides her daughter and this office she really has nothing to live for anymore.

Her daughter is all grown up now so her "responsibilities" as a mother have now ended.

She has a husband who really doesn't respect her or sexually desire her anymore. The concept of "love" was probably alien to begin with.

She looks like a dried up mummy wearing a communist Mao suit. Her appearance is overly formal and militant which indicates a grim personality full of anger and promises of retribution from past slights.

The Clintons already have massive net worth from corruption and other impropriety. Money is not really an issue. Money to her is probably as meaningful as the high score on a long obsolete video game. A way to mark achievement but has little in the way of personal fulfillment.

The only thing in it for her now is naked ambition and self validation to fill in that empty void in her otherwise broken home and broken soul.

All this is done at the expense of the American people when what she really needs is extensive therapy and maybe a strait jacket.
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How hilarious is this: up until now the media establishment was waxing poetically about how the Republican party was in open civil war and the Democratic side was, comparatively speaking, having a civil and open discussion.

Now, the Republican party is more or less aligning around Trump, while this is what's happening with the Democrats: http://www.cnn.com/2016/05/17/politics/b...oils-over/

EDIT: I feel that this provides a point of evidence to my growing suspicion that the globalists have realized that the progressive/SJW Frankenstein monster they have created to attack our societies is starting to turn on them. Exciting times, indeed.

Quote:It was really just a matter of time.

With the Democratic presidential primary in its twilight, frustration within the ranks over the party's handling of the primary process spilled out this week as Bernie Sanders supporters lashed out at party leaders, arguing that their candidate has been treated unfairly.

The public outpouring of anger began last weekend at the Nevada Democratic Party convention, where Sanders supporters who said Hillary Clinton's backers had subverted party rules shouted down pro-Clinton speakers and sent threatening messages to state party Chairwoman Roberta Lange after posting her phone number and address on social media.

That led Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and other top party leaders to demand an apology and publicly ruminate on the possibility of violence at the Democratic National Convention in July as they prepare for a general election battle with Donald Trump.

And Sanders isn't backing down at all -- he fired up his crowd in Southern California Tuesday night by calling out the Democratic establishment.

The Sanders campaign on Tuesday did condemn unruly behavior from supporters and those who made threats to party leaders, but made clear it is sticking with its stance that the party is subverting the process in a way that benefits Clinton.

"These claims that our campaign is sort of fomenting violence in some way are absolute nonsense," Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver told CNN's Wolf Blitzer Tuesday night, adding that the campaign "absolutely, categorically" condemns any threatening behavior.

The breakdown in civility comes after what has otherwise been a comparatively polite campaign season for Democrats, but the frustration exposes a rift in the party and undercuts the notion that Clinton will be able to march into the Democratic convention this summer with a party unified behind her.

Throughout the year, Sanders and his supporters have complained about the nomination process and ways they believe it has helped Clinton, including debates held on Saturday nights, closed primaries in major states such as New York, and the use of superdelegates -- essentially free-agent party and union stalwarts who are overwhelmingly backing Clinton.

The problem is that there are long-simmering concerns about unfair treatment out in the Nevada Democratic Party," Weaver added. "We are not going to allow the millions of people who supported Bernie Sanders to be sort of rolled over in places like Nevada by the way they handled that convention."

Earlier on Tuesday, Sanders released a statement suggesting that his supporters were justified in feeling like the party has given them a raw deal.

"If the Democratic Party is to be successful in November, it is imperative that all state parties treat our campaign supporters with fairness and the respect that they have earned," Sanders' statement read. "Unfortunately, that was not the case at the Nevada convention. At that convention the Democratic leadership used its power to prevent a fair and transparent process from taking place."

In an interview with CNN, Wasserman Schultz said that statement wasn't enough.
"I was deeply disturbed," she said. "The senator's response was anything but acceptable. It certainly did not condemn his supporters for acting violently or engaging in intimidation tactics and instead added more fuel the fire."

The DNC chairwoman, however, said she has not spoken directly with Sanders, but that her staff has been in touch with the Vermont senator's campaign. She also pushed back against Sanders' accusation that the party had rigged the system against him.

"We've had the same rules in place that elected Barack Obama. These rules were adopted for state parties all across the country in 2014," she said. "They were followed and even if the Sanders supporters were frustrated, there is never, under any circumstances, a place for violence and intimidation to be resorted to in response."

On CNN's "New Day" Wednesday morning, Weaver accused the DNC chairwoman of "throwing shade."

"We can have a long conversation about Debbie Wasserman Schultz and how she's been throwing shade on the Sanders campaign," Weaver said.

"I gotta say it's not the DNC," he added. "By and large the DNC has been very good to us, but not Debbie Wasserman Schultz."

Leading congressional Democrats also pushed Sanders to rein in his supporters. Reid called Sanders' response "a test of leadership" for Sanders and California Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer, who spoke on behalf of Clinton at the Nevada convention, condemned the behavior.

"He should get things under control," Boxer said. "We're in a race that is very critical. We have to be united."

"This is a character moment for Bernie Sanders. He's got to figure out how he's true to his values and his ideals fully," said CNN political commentator Van Jones.
"I think Hillary and Bernie both misunderstand this movement. I think Hillary just sees it as just a bunch of rowdy kids that at some point will just calm down and fall into line," he said, later adding, "I think Bernie actually only sees the good in his followers. I think Bernie really misunderstands there is a nasty edge to his following that he's not taking seriously enough."

Sen. Tim Kaine criticized Sanders' responses in the wake of reports that Democrats felt threatened at and following the convention.

"What he did yesterday was sort of say it's the party's fault," Kaine told CNN. "That deflection of responsibility is not leadership."

Speaking in Southern California Tuesday night, Sanders fired up the crowd by calling out the Democratic leadership.

"The Democratic Party is going to have to make a very, very, profound and important decision. It can do the right thing and open its doors and welcome into the party people who are prepared to fight for real economic and social change. That is the Democratic Party I want to see." Sanders said.

"I say to the leadership of the Democratic Party: Open the doors, let the people in! Or the other option for the Democratic Party, which I see as a very sad and tragic option is to choose and maintain its status quo structure, remain dependent on big money campaign contributions and be a party with limited participation and limited energy," he said.

The crowd responded by chanting, "Bernie or Bust!" the equivalent of the Republican #NeverTrump slogan for the Democratic race.

His speech barreled through his list of Clinton contrasts, comparing his stances with her (and criticizing those stances) on minimum wage, fracking, breaking up the big banks, and her use of super PACs.

In response to the chaos in Nevada, Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook simultaneously praised the passion and participation of Sanders' supporters while adding that Clinton believes that "no one should be intimidated, harassed or threatened in this process." He called on them to focus that energy on unifying the party, a task that could be difficult given the raw feelings many Sanders supporters have for Clinton after the primary.

"Supporters of both Clinton and Sanders deserve respect for the work they have put into their campaigns," Mook said. Ultimately, we are confident that the passion and energy from the primary will be united in a common purpose -- to move forward the ideals of our party and keep the White House out of Donald Trump's hands."

While the spotlight this year was on the Republican primary and prospect for a contested convention and protests at the national convention in Cleveland, some Democrats now worry about that happening at their convention in Philadelphia.
Wasserman Schultz said the incidents in Nevada would result in the DNC reviewing its procedures for Philadelphia.

"As a result of this happening this weekend, we will have conversations both at the staff level as well as my having conversations with the candidates so that we can make sure that both campaigns are focused on making sure that we can allow this process for the duration of the primary to play out in a civil and orderly way," she said.

Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin of Illinois said he's concerned that the same tactics would be replicated at the convention in July.

"We saw what happened at the Trump rallies, which broke into violence, people punching one another. I don't want to see that happen at the Democratic Party," Durbin told CNN. "I call on Bernie to say to his supporters: be fervent, be committed but be sensible. Don't engage in any violence."

Weaver pledged Tuesday night that the convention will be peaceful.
"There's not going to be any violence in Philadelphia, Wolf, I guarantee you that," he said on CNN. "We hope for a fair and orderly convention."

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^This is just like the Bolshevik-Menshevik split in the Russian socialist movement during the early 20th century. Communists are the same everywhere, I guess.
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