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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

*skriptis <skriptis@post.t-com.hr>: May 10 07:52PM +0200


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> Yes, I let facts and information influence my judgment...you ought to try it sometime.
 
I don't take seriously anyone who's moaning about "russiagate" and
I don't think such an individual is open minded and interested in
facts.
 
The fact is, we've seen no facts yet the hysteria endures.
 
So people who are repeating that nonsense are mostly people that
need a bogeyman and for some sad reason, Russia is a convenient
bogeyman. For both liberals in USA who are cultural Marxists,
gays, feminists etc and oppose conservative Putin's agenda and
also for neocons in charge who are sick on a different level and
aspire to world domination, trying to "contain" China, Russia,
pivot to Asia etc.
 
Open minded person would realize that both those two powerful
groups are very interested in not having cordial US-Russia
relations, thus trying to undermine Trump and deprive him of any
chance of improving those relations which he said he'd try to do.

 
 
I'm not to say that nothing happened. It might have happened, yes.
Maybe Putin bought Trump 5 years ago when Trump was a TV star in
the rang of Kardashians, knowing he'd become president.
Possible? Yeah, just as David lcke could be right about lizard
people.
 
But you know shit, just like I do, yet are so sure "Trump" is
guilty, whatever that means.
 
Yeah, open minded for facts.
 
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Patrick Kehoe <pkehoe@telus.net>: May 10 11:46AM -0700

On Wednesday, May 10, 2017 at 10:01:03 AM UTC-7, *skriptis wrote:
 
> Of course some billionaires are hyenas and dangerous because of
> their wealth and power, but poorer people can be sick perverts
> too.
 
Yes, that's true about billionaires or anyone for that matter... however during his public life of some 40 years + DT has gone out of his way to present himself as literally gold plated, not of the common man/folk, his 'life style of the rich and famous disco dancing youth, his Vanity Fair celebrity excesses of the 1980's, his self-marketing egoism on a global scale symbolic of his father's 'your either a winner or a loser' dialectic of dominate, double down legally against opponents with kill-shot slander, etc. during the 1990's, inflating real estate and corporate entities only to either write them off, filing strategic bankruptcy against their liquidation, defaulting on promissory mission statements to do with business ventures and philanthropic endeavours while securing outrageous loans for other dealings, etc... not the kind of business acumen that speaks to the integrity of 'sharing the wealth' or promoting betterment via the expansive powers of capitalism... how he convinced economically disenfranchised and culturally disaffected mid-western voters he'd solve their generational financial woes, man, that still makes me scratch my head... their desperation was indeed staggering if they believed they had found a anti-establishment champion in Mr. Trump: the guy who was born into wealth and has never lived outside of its influence, power and insulating self-referencing... a man who in all likelihood has NEVER actually know a single working class/poor person, as a friend for any significant time, in his entire life... amazing...
 
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Guypers <gapp111@gmail.com>: May 10 12:02PM -0700

On Wednesday, May 10, 2017 at 2:46:48 PM UTC-4, Patrick Kehoe wrote:
> > too.
 
> Yes, that's true about billionaires or anyone for that matter... however during his public life of some 40 years + DT has gone out of his way to present himself as literally gold plated, not of the common man/folk, his 'life style of the rich and famous disco dancing youth, his Vanity Fair celebrity excesses of the 1980's, his self-marketing egoism on a global scale symbolic of his father's 'your either a winner or a loser' dialectic of dominate, double down legally against opponents with kill-shot slander, etc. during the 1990's, inflating real estate and corporate entities only to either write them off, filing strategic bankruptcy against their liquidation, defaulting on promissory mission statements to do with business ventures and philanthropic endeavours while securing outrageous loans for other dealings, etc... not the kind of business acumen that speaks to the integrity of 'sharing the wealth' or promoting betterment via the expansive powers of capitalism... how he convinced economically disenfranchised and culturally disaffected mid-western voters he'd solve their generational financial woes, man, that still makes me scratch my head... their desperation was indeed staggering if they believed they had found a anti-establishment champion in Mr. Trump: the guy who was born into wealth and has never lived outside of its influence, power and insulating self-referencing... a man who in all likelihood has NEVER actually know a single working class/poor person, as a friend for any significant time, in his entire life... amazing...
 
> P
 
What drives Trump today, and what has always driven him, are twin forces: self-aggrandizement and self-preservation. Most of his public actions can be understood as a reflection of one or both of those needs.
 
And Donald Trump firing James Comey was all about self-preservation.
 
 
Timothy L. O'Brien
Bloomberg
SliceAndDice <vishalkn@gmail.com>: May 10 11:37AM -0700

On Wednesday, May 10, 2017 at 11:45:38 AM UTC-4, soccerfan777 wrote:
 
> > Bouchard speaks her mind and takes the winds of criticism... so, nothing really to get too touchy about... Sharapova's a champion and experienced in the PR battles that go with a public life... so, I say settle things on the court and let them be free to dislike one another... :)
 
> > P
 
> Blame has to fall to Sharapova... she shouldn't have lost that match.
 
Or doped..
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