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Stick your examples where the sun don't shine jacka$$. You always want to play stupid games and don't like it when others don't
play according to your rules. Had you not come back with your a$$hole remark, I might have even attempted to have a decent discussion on
the topics. But since your arrogant stupid self posted what you did, GO HAVE YOUR CHILDISH DISCUSSION WITH YOURSELF!
When you can act like an adult, then I'll consider having a discussion, and not until!

PS....

You friggin hypocrite. You must be looking in the mirror because you NEVER provide supporting facts for
anything you have been challenged on, you simply deflect it with more gibberish and unfounded "alternate facts"!


Ohhhh...So what you're saying is, you don't know how repealing regulations will stick it to the middle class.


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Ohhhh...So what you're saying is, you don't know how repealing regulations will stick it to the middle class.

No, what I'm saying is YOU have no clue or you would have entered the discussion with SUBSTANCE instead of your usual unrelated gibberish.
You've proven over and over that you are incapable of contributing anything constructive, topic specific, to discussions.  


JUST BECAUSE SISSY SAYS SO DOESN'T MAKE IT SO...BUT HE THINKS IT DOES!!!!!  
JUST BECAUSE MC1 SAYS SO DOESN'T MAKE IT SO!!!!!  
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Some like a more organized death and destruction. Random death and destruction just doesn't make sense.  Geneva convention comes to mind.


Some people think that 'The ATF' should be the name of a convenience store- not some stupid government agency.


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Some people think that 'The ATF' should be the name of a convenience store- not some stupid government agency.


Some people think that when the ATF burned to death 87 Branch Dividians in Waco Texas, it was a government agency protecting public safety and it wasn't murder.


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Thursday, 9 March 2017
Promise kept: Trump has drained the swamp in Washington to build a golf course


Washington (dpo) – Today, Donald Trump delivered on one of his most prominent campaign promises:
he announced that a swamp in Washington D.C. has been drained to build a new golf course. “People
kept telling me I couldn’t do it”, said the President, standing on the dry patch of land which is soon to
be an 18-hole golf course for Washington’s elite. “But here I am. Another promise kept!”

http://www.the-postillon.com/2017/03/trump-drains-swamp.html

And all along I believed that he distanced himself from his business while President...obviously another Trumpet Lie!!!


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It Took Obama More Than Two Years to Kill This Many Civilians. It Took Trump Less Than Six Months.
written by andrea germanos
wednesday july 19, 2017
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A new investigation shows that President Donald Trump's bombing campaign against ISIS (the Islamic State) over several months has already led to nearly as many civilian deaths as those overseen by the Obama White House over several years.

According to an Airwars investigation conducted for The Daily Beast, at least 2,300 civilians were killed by coalition strikes from 2015 until the end of Obama's term earlier this year. But as of July 13, roughly six months into Trump's presidency, over 2,200 civilians have likely died from coalition strikes.

That translates to roughly 80 civilian casualties each month in Iraq and Syria during the Obama White House; during Trump's short tenure in the White House, it's been roughly 360 per month.

Samuel Oakford writes. "Airwars estimates that the minimum approximate number of civilian deaths from Coalition attacks will have doubled under Trump's leadership within his first six months in office."

The reason for the trend may be attributed to the result of new war plan to defeat ISIS. It includes a shift to what Secretary of Defense James "Mad Dog" Mattis  called "annihilation tactics" to defeat ISIS fighters and the president's having "delegated authority to the right level to aggressively and in a timely manner move against enemy vulnerabilities."

In March, the "month after Mattis delivered the new plan, US-led forces likely killed more civilians than in the first 12 months of Coalition strikes — combined," Oakford writes.

Mattis argues that there have been no changes to the rules of engagement. Ned Price, spokesman for the National Security Council under the Obama administration, pushed back, telling Airwars: "There is a tremendous disconnect between what we've heard from senior military officials who are saying there has been no change in the rules of engagement and clearly what we are seeing on the ground."

Human rights watchdogs, the UN-appointed Commission of Inquiry for Syria and Amnesty International among them, have been concerned about the increase in civilian casualties.

Top Coalition commander Lt. Gen. Stephen Townsend has shot back against their accusations. "Show me some evidence of that," he said, referring to UN investigator Paulo Pinheiro's statement that the US-led coalition is responsible for a "staggering loss of civilian life" in Raqqa, Syria. To Amnesty's claim that the coalition is linked to "relentless unlawful attacks" on civilians in west Mosul, Iraq, Townsend said, "I would challenge the people from Amnesty International, or anyone else out there who makes these charges, to first research their facts and make sure they're speaking from a position of authority."

Arguing about whether or not there was a change in the rules of engagement is not helpful, said Andrea Prasow, deputy Washington director at Human Rights Watch, to Airwars. "The bottom line is more civilians are dying. Whatever the reason, that should concern the US greatly," she said.

http://ronpaulinstitute.org/ar.....ess-than-six-months/


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