Trump Now Openly Pandering to Antisemites, Tweets Star of David in Attack on Clinton

Attack on Hillary Clinton uses overtly antisemitic imagery
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By now everyone should be aware that the Donald Trump campaign is pandering to white supremacists, neo-Nazis, racists and antisemites; if you look at the replies to every tweet from Trump, they’re overflowing with ugly comments from these vile creatures. His message is clearly connecting with the most hate-filled elements of American society.

This morning Trump tweeted an attack on Hillary Clinton with blatant antisemitic imagery; a picture of Clinton superimposed on a pile of money with the words “most corrupt candidate ever” written inside a six-pointed star — obviously intended to evoke the Jewish Star of David.

Here’s a screenshot of the original tweet from The Verge:

Two hours later, after an outcry on Twitter, Trump deleted the tweet and replaced it with a modified graphic (if you look closely, you can still see the upper right and bottom points of the star poking out of the red circle):

But not before his original Star of David image reached its intended audience, as documented by journalist Max Fisher:

Journalist Dana Schwartz also heard from Trump’s followers after his tweet:

You might think this was just an accident, a six-pointed star chosen by coincidence, except there have been way too many of these “coincidences” in the Trump campaign. A few examples:

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Testy Toad T  Jul 2, 2016 • 11:42:51am

Notice that the tip of the lowermost point on the star is still poking its way out of the circle. Donald hires great staff, so many staff, people tell me, the very best staff, believe me!

Incompetent dumbfuck racist hilljack shitbirds.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Jul 2, 2016 • 11:44:46am

re: #1 Testy Toad T

Probably fixed it with MS Paint.

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 11:45:01am

He knows his base.

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KingKenrod  Jul 2, 2016 • 11:46:44am

Anyone know where the graphic originally came from?

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Eclectic Cyborg  Jul 2, 2016 • 11:48:48am

re: #4 KingKenrod

Probably one of the white nationalists on Twitter Trump loves so much.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 2, 2016 • 11:51:24am

Notice also that the Star of David may have had a circular graphic pasted over it, but the second tweet uses the #AmericaFirst dog whistle (not used in the initial tweet).

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SoundGuy 2016  Jul 2, 2016 • 11:51:56am

Been reading for 15 minutes: many are mocking Fischer that it really isn’t a Star of David and produce sheriff’s badges as proof. But if you go to their TL’s most of them are clearly anti-Semite or outright racists or Nazis.

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Charles Johnson  Jul 2, 2016 • 11:55:11am

re: #1 Testy Toad T

Notice that the tip of the lowermost point on the star is still poking its way out of the circle. Donald hires great staff, so many staff, people tell me, the very best staff, believe me!

Incompetent dumbfuck racist hilljack shitbirds.

The upper right point is still visible too.

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thedopefishlives  Jul 2, 2016 • 11:55:28am

re: #7 SoundGuy 2016

Been reading for 15 minutes: many are mocking Fischer that it really isn’t a Star of David and produce sheriff’s badges as proof. But if go to their TL’s most of them are clearly anti-Semite or outright racists or Nazis.

Yes, a sheriff’s badge is a 6-pointed star. It’s not an uncommon symbol. However, the shape of the 6 points on a sheriff’s badge is distinctly different from the Star of David.

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wrenchwench  Jul 2, 2016 • 11:57:52am

It had an appeal to Trump fans.

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SoundGuy 2016  Jul 2, 2016 • 11:59:30am

re: #9 thedopefishlives

Yes, a sheriff’s badge is a 6-pointed star. It’s not an uncommon symbol. However, the shape of the 6 points on a sheriff’s badge is distinctly different from the Star of David.

People have mentioned that: but sheriff’s badges frequently have rounded points on the tips.

Really, at least graphics jockey didn’t make the star gold. Any plausible deniability would be gone.

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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Jul 2, 2016 • 11:59:46am

re: #9 thedopefishlives

Yes, a sheriff’s badge is a 6-pointed star. It’s not an uncommon symbol. However, the shape of the 6 points on a sheriff’s badge is distinctly different from the Star of David.

All the departments around here use 7-pointed stars—isn’t that pretty common nowadays?

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wrenchwench  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:01:18pm

re: #9 thedopefishlives

Yes, a sheriff’s badge is a 6-pointed star. It’s not an uncommon symbol. However, the shape of the 6 points on a sheriff’s badge is distinctly different from the Star of David.

An example:

There must be an Arizonan sign language being expressed there….

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:02:59pm

Definitely looks more like a Star of David than Sheriff Star and then there’s Trump’s habit of RTing Antisemites.

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SoundGuy 2016  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:03:59pm

re: #14 wrenchwench

There must be an Arizonan sign language being expressed there….

He’s got that cold evil ‘I will to find your birth certificate’ stare.

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ObserverArt  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:08:21pm

re: #7 SoundGuy 2016

Been reading for 15 minutes: many are mocking Fischer that it really isn’t a Star of David and produce sheriff’s badges as proof. But if go to their TL’s most of them are clearly anti-Semite or outright racists or Nazis.

Does this mean they really aren’t anti-Semite since they are clearly able to distinguish a sheriff’s badge from a Star of David?

(nod, nod, winky wink!)

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Testy Toad T  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:08:34pm

A Sheriff’s badge star thing makes no fucking sense in this context, so it’s sort of pointless to argue whether or not the tweet star looks like one. Might as well question whether or not it looks like an Oriental Lily, or a Feynmann diagram for a green-antiblue gluon interaction, or a mutant starfish.

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SoundGuy 2016  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:08:57pm

Trump is seriously the worst candidate in my lifetime. Not just a bad candidate but a very dangerous one. Hard to comprehend how much damage will be done if he’s elected. He’s already doing damage by merely running, dragging down discourse and becoming a rallying leader for the worst members and constituencies of our society.

He must not win. Everybody must vote.

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SoundGuy 2016  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:12:21pm
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Skip Intro  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:12:43pm

Interesting theory about how Trump became Trump. Apparently back in the 1980s he started taking weight loss pills and loved how they made him feel wired and euphoric.

The symptoms of long term use are exactly what Donald Trump exhibits today.

Just an idea for a slow Saturday.

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ObserverArt  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:12:57pm

re: #9 thedopefishlives

Yes, a sheriff’s badge is a 6-pointed star. It’s not an uncommon symbol. However, the shape of the 6 points on a sheriff’s badge is distinctly different from the Star of David.

Well, as a graphic artist I have to say a sheriff’s badge also has the little round ends on the points. A Star of David never has those. So stretch away blockhead Nazis…stretch away.

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nines09  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:13:24pm

Let’s add this up…….Ummmmm………Ebil…….Juice…….Moolah……..Hillary……..OMG!!!!!!!

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Stanley Sea  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:14:38pm
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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:16:16pm

re: #22 ObserverArt

Well, as a graphic artist I have to say a sheriff’s badge also has the little round ends on the points.

Some sheriff stars don’t, but the idea that it’s a sheriff’s star is idiotic anyway since it doesn’t fit any context. They are better off arguing that that was a random geometric figure the author chose by chance (yeah, as if).

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:16:55pm

re: #24 Stanley Sea

But not at counting…

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:18:08pm

re: #24 Stanley Sea

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That star doesn’t look anything like that star used.

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:18:53pm

The fact that they edited the pic so crudely brings me back to my old hypothesis that Trump, as usual, found the graphic in some neo-Nazi/white supremacist swamp.

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Stanley Sea  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:19:19pm

re: #27 HappyWarrior

That star doesn’t look anything like that star used.

They are stupid.

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ObserverArt  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:19:49pm

re: #21 Skip Intro

Interesting theory about how Trump became Trump. Apparently back in the 1980s he started taking weight loss pills and loved how they made him feel wired and euphoric.

The symptoms of long term use are exactly what Donald Trump exhibits today.

Just an idea for a slow Saturday.

Amphetamine: Dexedrine, Benzedrine, Adderall…speed in other words.

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:20:07pm

Virtual beer (or drink of choice) to any Lizard that finds the source…

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Testy Toad T  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:20:45pm

re: #28 Nyet

The fact that they edited the pic so crudely brings me back to my old hypothesis that Trump, as usual, found the graphic in some neo-Nazi/white supremacist swamp.

What’s that old saying?

Never attribute to Trump’s malice what can easily be explained by Trump’s malice and his clueless incompetence.

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SoundGuy 2016  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:22:26pm
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Skip Intro  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:22:46pm

re: #30 ObserverArt

For what it’s worth.

gawker.com

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thedopefishlives  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:23:26pm

re: #33 SoundGuy 2016

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Just wait for the conspiracy theorists to get ahold of this one. Wiesel has been brutally slammed in the Holocaust denial circles.

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:23:49pm

re: #32 Testy Toad T

No matter how you slice it: if the campaign did it, it means he has neo-Nazis working for him and he tweets the pics of the said neo-Nazis. If it didn’t, he reads neo-Nazis and tweets the pics of the said neo-Nazis.

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ObserverArt  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:24:18pm

re: #28 Nyet

The fact that they edited the pic so crudely brings me back to my old hypothesis that Trump, as usual, found the graphic in some neo-Nazi/white supremacist swamp.

10 minutes and some found images on the ‘net and I could make that graphic. Isn’t there some stuff going around he has a graphic artist working for him that is a Clinton hater? If so, there you go.

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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:26:51pm

re: #30 ObserverArt

Amphetamine: Dexedrine, Benzedrine, Adderall…speed in other words.

You know Who Else had a doctor prescribing them amphetamine….

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SoundGuy 2016  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:29:58pm

I recall seeing video of Hitler where he had obvious tics, one where he kept his hand behind his waist because it was twitching so bad.

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Skip Intro  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:33:25pm

re: #39 SoundGuy 2016

I recall seeing video of Hitler where he had obvious tics, one where he kept his hand behind his waist because it was twitching so bad.

He had Parkinson’s Disease then. But he also had a quack doctor who injected him with all kinds of shit.

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CuriousLurker  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:34:00pm

I just did a Google Images search for red Star of David and red hexagram. Either one will immediately cause the floor to drop out from under you, causing you to tumble down a rabbit hole and land in the middle of totally bizarre antisemitic CTs.

I backed right on up out of there. Not gonna ruin my Saturday with that nonsense.

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:34:06pm

re: #40 Skip Intro

He had Parkinson’s Disease then. But he also had a quack doctor who injected him with all kinds of shit.

Morell, yeah he gave him all sorts of amphetamines.

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Skip Intro  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:35:38pm

re: #42 HappyWarrior

Morell, yeah he gave him all sorts of amphetamines.

Because of Hitler’s vegetarian diet he had horrible flatulence. Being in a room with him must have been murder.

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:37:45pm

re: #43 Skip Intro

Because of Hitler’s vegetarian diet he had horrible flatulence. Being in a room with him must have been murder.

Yeah I’ve heard that too. God that sounds awful.

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SoundGuy 2016  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:38:16pm

re: #41 CuriousLurker

I backed right on up out of there. Not gonna ruin my Saturday with that nonsense.

I’ve been reading about Elie Wiesel’s life and accomplishments. Much more uplifting.

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The Ghost of a Flea  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:38:47pm

re: #43 Skip Intro

Because of Hitler’s vegetarian diet he had horrible flatulence. Being in a room with him must have been murder.

Apparently he was not a healthy eater at all, as well. So…worse?

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Dr Lizardo  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:40:17pm

re: #39 SoundGuy 2016

I recall seeing video of Hitler where he had obvious tics, one where he kept his hand behind his waist because it was twitching so bad.

That’s the last film footage of Hitler taken during his lifetime. It’s believed he had Parkinson’s Disease with a fairly uncertain date of onset, but it was clearly noticeable in that film footage from 1945.

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PhillyPretzel  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:41:16pm

re: #41 CuriousLurker

Thank you for the heads up. I will watch Stephen Raichlen’s “Project Smoke.”

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:43:58pm

Took a quick look at Gatestone Institute’s page. Still hateful. Even more so.

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wrenchwench  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:45:48pm

re: #33 SoundGuy 2016

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Elie Wiesel was my number one nominee to live forever. Now I’m sad.

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PhillyPretzel  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:46:52pm

re: #50 wrenchwench

RIP Mr Wiesel. You will be missed.

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PhillyPretzel  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:53:15pm

OT Can anyone recommend a good but not too expensive set of earbuds for an iphone?

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meteor  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:55:02pm

re: #24 Stanley Sea

Trump really meant to accuse Clinton of shopping at Macy’s. Aha!

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Kragar  Jul 2, 2016 • 12:55:36pm
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CuriousLurker  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:00:46pm

Hahahaha, I’d never heard of this British animated TV series before, but the trap door that that leads to all manner of creepy-crawly nasties is a perfect analogy for the one you can easily fall through on the internet. The lyrics too—ZOMG, perfect!

For there is always something down there, in the dark, waiting to come out…

Trap Door - Don’t Open That Trap Door

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Charles Johnson  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:02:52pm

Speaking of quacks - I can hardly believe this whacked out article was published in the Washington Post.

As a psychiatrist, I diagnose mental illness. And, sometimes, demonic possession.

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CuriousLurker  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:03:37pm

re: #56 Charles Johnson

Speaking of quacks - I can hardly believe this whacked out article was published in the Washington Post.

As a psychiatrist, I diagnose mental illness. And, sometimes, demonic possession.

Anything for the clicks, I guess.

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makeitstop  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:05:59pm

Heyo, Lizards! I hope everyone is enjoying the long weekend so far.

I’ve been out for most of the week, alternately laughing and gasping at the wheelbarrows full of money being tossed around in NBA free agency. I’ve concluded that I totally went into the wrong line of work.

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:13:01pm

re: #56 Charles Johnson

A “possessed” speaks Latin:

1. Because demons know Latin, duh!

2. Because Catholic demons are stereotypically associated with Latin, among other things - unlike, say, the Eastern Orthodox ones or the Muslim djinn, and the pseudo-possessee has to play the part.

What a hard choice to make.

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CuriousLurker  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:13:37pm

re: #55 CuriousLurker

Opening Lyrics:

Voice:
Somewhere in the dark and nasty regions, where nobody goes, stands an ancient castle.

Deep within this dank and uninviting place lives Burk. Over worked servant of the thing upstairs.

But that’s nothing compared to the horrors that lurk beneath the trapdoor. For there’s always something down there, in the dark… waiting to come out…

Singing:
Don’t you open that Trap Door,
Your [sic] a fool if you dare.
Stay away from that Trap Door,
Cos’ there’s somethin’ down there.

Closing Lyrics:

Creepy, crawly, slimy things that stick onto your skin,
Horrid things with tentacles that want to pull you in,
Squirmy, worms, slugs and snails that lie there in a goo,
They’ll wait down there forever till they get their hands on you.

Stay away from that Trap Door,
Cos’ there’s somethin’ down there.

classickidstv.co.uk

Seems to me that Brexit was another case of triggering that trap door…

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wrenchwench  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:14:35pm

Floyd is the guy who can take credit for bring Lance down. Brought himself down to do it. Looks like he’s getting back up. High.

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Kragar  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:16:00pm
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CuriousLurker  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:18:11pm

Welp, ShopRite is due to deliver my groceries sometime in the next 45 minutes, so I’m outta here. Later, lizards.

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gocart mozart  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:20:08pm
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Viscous Obama  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:20:16pm

By the way Greenwald is being an unusually big asshole on twitter today

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:22:23pm

re: #64 gocart mozart

I posted that last night.

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:23:13pm

This Gallagher guy should lose his practicing license as far as I’m concerned.

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Eventual Carrion  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:24:27pm

OT for another installment in “It just hit me again how much older I am getting”.
Was just texting with an old friend. He asked what I was doing, I answered “doing pills”. After I hit send I though, if this had been 35 years ago he would have asked if they were ‘ludes or what. But even he understood that I was just filling my morning and evening, Sunday - Saturday medication pods for the coming week.

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gocart mozart  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:25:35pm
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PhillyPretzel  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:26:20pm

re: #68 Eventual Carrion

I understand all too well. I have to make sure I do not run out of Benadryl during allergy season.

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gocart mozart  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:26:53pm
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electrotek  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:36:19pm
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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:37:38pm
He is at work on a book about demonic possession in the United States.

Oh. Of course.

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electrotek  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:39:00pm

re: #45 SoundGuy 2016

I’ve been reading about Elie Wiesel’s life and accomplishments. Much more uplifting.

Don’t forget his tireless work when it came to bringing awareness to the plight of Bosnian Muslims in their time of need.

I’m really saddened.

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ObserverArt  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:44:53pm

More history made…a little more truthful symbology.

Trump Ad with Fitting Graphic Symbol
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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:46:36pm

re: #75 ObserverArt

More history made…a little more truthful symbology.

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Almost truthful: he doesn’t seem to have all that much money ;)

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ObserverArt  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:48:39pm

re: #76 Nyet

Almost truthful: he doesn’t seem to have all that much money ;)

Fake money…all black and white copies made off the office machine.

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Shiplord Kirel  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:50:06pm

TTU Regent, Vista Bank CEO wants to introduce Lubbock to Donald Trump

Donald Trump is stepping up his fundraising efforts as he prepares for a general election battle against Hillary Clinton - and Texas Tech University System Regent and Vista Bank president and CEO John Steinmetz is on a list of “bundlers” helping him do it.

A bundler is a kind of super fundraiser, who can collect lots of individual donations, up to $2,700 per person, and “bundle” them for the campaign.

They work phones, stage events, and even recruit other bundlers.

Steinmetz was on a list of more than 80 Trump bundlers published by Politico on Friday.

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Charles Johnson  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:51:42pm
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BeachDem  Jul 2, 2016 • 1:57:27pm

re: #56 Charles Johnson

Speaking of quacks - I can hardly believe this whacked out article was published in the Washington Post.

As a psychiatrist, I diagnose mental illness. And, sometimes, demonic possession.

His response to critics in the comments tells you all you need to know about his “scientific” approach:

Skeptics should remember that the majority of Americans believe in the devil and about half in some surveys believe in demonic “activity.” Just who indeed is out of the mainstream here?

The common clay of the old West…

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wrenchwench  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:01:07pm

re: #80 BeachDem

His response to critics in the comments tells you all you need to know about his “scientific” approach:

Skeptics should remember that the majority of Americans believe in the devil and about half in some surveys believe in demonic “activity.” Just who indeed is out of the mainstream here?

The common clay of the old West…

I read a smarter comment from a smarter psychiatrist on another issue:

A thing does not need to be real to cause a person real distress.

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Stanley Sea  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:01:14pm
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freetoken  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:02:29pm

WaPo is in the business of getting clicks.

America is the land of the superstitious and religious.

Cf., Ark Encounter.

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wrenchwench  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:09:31pm

re: #83 freetoken

WaPo is in the business of getting clicks.

America is the land of the superstitious and religious.

Cf., Ark Encounter.

Mr. w has started saying that people who worry about GMOs are suffering from a lack of gluten.

He should start a blog.

/apologies to the truly gluten-sensitive

/no apology to the GMO-sensitive

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:09:43pm

re: #80 BeachDem

His response to critics in the comments tells you all you need to know about his “scientific” approach:

Skeptics should remember that the majority of Americans believe in the devil and about half in some surveys believe in demonic “activity.” Just who indeed is out of the mainstream here?

The common clay of the old West…

Yep. Fraud is as fraud does. Strip his license, I say.

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electrotek  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:10:28pm

I can never forget Elie Wiesel’s tireless efforts to bring awareness to the plight of Bosnian Muslims. I can’t help but to get teary-eyed over his passing.

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Targetpractice  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:12:23pm

re: #79 Charles Johnson

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I think John Cole was right yesterday, the result of the FBI investigation is gonna be a face-saving effort where they declare Hillary did something very bad…but not illegal, thus they will not be recommending any charges.

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Stanley Sea  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:13:11pm

re: #87 Targetpractice

I think John Cole was right yesterday, the result of the FBI investigation is gonna be a face-saving effort where they declare Hillary did something very bad…but not illegal, thus they will not be recommending any charges.

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Interesting Times  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:16:58pm

re: #83 freetoken

WaPo is in the business of getting clicks.

America is the land of the superstitious and religious.

Cf., Ark Encounter.

I prefer New York Daily News clickbait:

Major League Baseball must permanently retire ‘God Bless America,’ a song that offends everyone

Part of my outrage stems from ponderous Mussolini-esque introduction of the song, when fans are asked to rise, remove their caps and place them over their hearts.

“God Bless America” is as divisive as American politics: Kaskowitz’s research found that 83.8% of people who described themselves as “very liberal” dislike the song, while only 20.5% of people who called themselves “very conservative” have a problem with it.

So this July 4, join me at the Church of Baseball by not rising and not doffing your cap for a song that is not the national anthem of a nation that is not uniquely blessed by some deity that doesn’t exist anyway.

If you want to thank God for blessing America, you can do it on Sunday in the other church.

Oooh…shots fired (and no, I did not read the comments)

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PhillyPretzel  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:19:11pm

re: #89 Interesting Times

MLB might want to not have “G-d Bless America” but the Philadelphia Flyers love it.

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Targetpractice  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:19:12pm

re: #88 Stanley Sea

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You can already hear the gears grinding as the GOP and the wingnuts (but I repeat myself) begin thinking up ways to spin the FBI not recommending charges…as proof that she did something illegal.

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electrotek  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:19:51pm

I almost forgot about this twisted witch’s disgraceful tweet from a few years back:

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:20:26pm

re: #88 Stanley Sea

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JULY SURPRISE!!11!!

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:21:15pm

re: #89 Interesting Times

Thankfully it wasn’t by Shaun King, so I can cheer for the author.

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Charles Johnson  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:23:03pm
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Targetpractice  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:23:11pm

And I know there will be those who insist that the Clinton/Lynch meet-up will give the wingnuts cover to cry foul, but let’s be honest, it was gonna happen anyway. There was never a scenario where they didn’t accuse her and/or the President of putting their thumb on the scale. Hell, look for all their gushing over Comey to come to a sudden stop and talk about running his ass out of the FBI to begin.

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:25:45pm
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wrenchwench  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:27:21pm

I guess it’s sorta sad that Garrison Keillor’s last show is on today, but I’m looking forward to the shows with his replacement, Chris Thile of Nickel Creek. I had missed this from Keillor:

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PhillyPretzel  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:27:46pm

re: #97 Nyet

She is a real live wire. She reminds me of Pamela “Pissy Galore” Geller.

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Interesting Times  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:27:50pm

re: #94 Nyet

Thankfully it wasn’t by Shaun King, so I can cheer for the author.

The author’s name is Gersh Kuntzman. I don’t even want to think of the turds tRUMP trolls are dropping in his Twitter timeline right now :/

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Belafon  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:29:09pm

re: #87 Targetpractice

I think John Cole was right yesterday, the result of the FBI investigation is gonna be a face-saving effort where they declare Hillary did something very bad…but not illegal, thus they will not be recommending any charges.

There’s no way they can protect themselves from Republicans shrieking so they might as well just do they’re jobs, kind of like how their boss’s boss does.

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Targetpractice  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:33:25pm

re: #101 Belafon

There’s no way they can protect themselves from Republicans shrieking so they might as well just do they’re jobs, kind of like how their boss’s boss does.

They can’t protect themselves from the shrieking, but they have to at least make an effort of saying that they took the investigation seriously, lest the GOP find a way to start fucking with their funding. So they’ll make a big song and dance about how Hillary violated the spirit but not the letter of law, how horrible her actions were…but still stop short of saying it was criminal. And they’ll deplore the state of operational security vis-a-vis internet security in the federal government and push for changes to such.

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Dave In Austin  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:33:58pm

Prepare for a mountainous groundswell of derp……

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Charles Johnson  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:34:42pm
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Targetpractice  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:36:33pm

re: #104 Charles Johnson

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The system is so rigged that Herr Trump is not presently being raked over a hot bed of coals for bribing state officials to cover up fraud.

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Dave In Austin  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:37:56pm
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Belafon  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:38:41pm

re: #102 Targetpractice

Wasn’t their job really just to determine if known classified information was sent by Clinton, and investigation that Kerry will also have to go through even though he’s using a government email server?

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Dave In Austin  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:41:03pm

Circle of Derp…….

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:43:12pm
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Targetpractice  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:44:37pm

re: #107 Belafon

Wasn’t their job really just to determine if known classified information was sent by Clinton, and investigation that Kerry will also have to go through even though he’s using a government email server?

You know how it goes, what started out as a legitimate investigation into potential mishandling of national security secrets has turned into a crusade against Hillary for any and all perceived “wrong-doing.” It’s like how Benghazi was once spun as a legitimate investigation into how such a tragedy could occur, but turned into a scavenger hunt for evidence that she’d personally signed Chris Steven’s death warrant.

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Stanley Sea  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:44:45pm
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BeachDem  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:45:27pm

re: #90 PhillyPretzel

MLB might want to not have “G-d Bless America” but the Philadelphia Flyers love it.

When the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team played Smith’s rendition of “God Bless America” before their game on December 11, 1969, an unusual part of her career began. The team began to play the song before home games every once in a while; the perception was that the team was more successful on these occasions, so the tradition grew.

And I blame them for reviving Kate Smith’s rendition, which is one of my worst recollections from early childhood! Eww, for some reason, that’s burned in my memory.

And, guess who gave her a Medal of Freedom for it?

U.S. President Ronald Reagan. In bestowing the honor, Reagan said:
The voice of Kate Smith is known and loved by millions of Americans, young and old. In war and peace, it has been an inspiration. Those simple but deeply moving words, ‘God bless America,’ have taken on added meaning for all of us because of the way Kate Smith sang them. Thanks to her they have become a cherished part of all our lives, an undying reminder of the beauty, the courage and the heart of this great land of ours. In giving us a magnificent, selfless talent like Kate Smith, God has truly blessed America.

en.wikipedia.org

I won’t link to Kate Smith singing it, as I don’t want to induce nightmares in anyone who hasn’t experienced it.

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electrotek  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:46:15pm

Seriously, fuck this Max douche:

And this douche too:

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:49:46pm

re: #111 Stanley Sea

Brilliant.

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PhillyPretzel  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:50:05pm

re: #112 BeachDem

If I recall correctly Irving Berlin wrote “G-d Bless America” for her when she had her own TV. en.wikipedia.org

I am not too fond of it but that is how things work out.

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:52:29pm

re: #112 BeachDem

When the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team played Smith’s rendition of “God Bless America” before their game on December 11, 1969, an unusual part of her career began. The team began to play the song before home games every once in a while; the perception was that the team was more successful on these occasions, so the tradition grew.

And I blame them for reviving Kate Smith’s rendition, which is one of my worse recollections from early childhood! Eww, for some reason, that’s burned in my memory.

And, guess who gave her a Medal of Freedom for it?

U.S. President Ronald Reagan. In bestowing the honor, Reagan said:
The voice of Kate Smith is known and loved by millions of Americans, young and old. In war and peace, it has been an inspiration. Those simple but deeply moving words, ‘God bless America,’ have taken on added meaning for all of us because of the way Kate Smith sang them. Thanks to her they have become a cherished part of all our lives, an undying reminder of the beauty, the courage and the heart of this great land of ours. In giving us a magnificent, selfless talent like Kate Smith, God has truly blessed America.

en.wikipedia.org

I won’t link to Kate Smith singing it, as I don’t want to induce nightmares in anyone who hasn’t experienced it.

As far as over the top patriotic songs, I always had a dislike for Greenwood’s Proud To Be American. As far as patriotic music is concerned, Cohan’s is more my style. Over There and You’re a Grand Old Flag have a nice rhythm to them.

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:53:27pm

re: #104 Charles Johnson

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Donald and H.A. Goodman can cry together over this.

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Charles Johnson  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:54:02pm
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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:54:05pm

re: #117 HappyWarrior

Suicide watch.

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:54:37pm

re: #118 Charles Johnson

Predictable, and this pathetic McClatchy piece has already been ripped here.

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:55:36pm

re: #119 Nyet

Suicide watch.

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He really doesn’t understand how law works. You don’t interrogate someone who’s not arrested. They questioned her but then again we’re talking about a dude who thinks FBI Director James Comey is personally going to indicate her.

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Jenner7  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:58:01pm

“Interrogated.”

She voluntarily spoke with the FBI.

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 2:58:48pm

re: #122 Jenner7

“Interrogated.”

She voluntarily spoke with the FBI.

Isn’t this guy supposed to be a journalist oto?

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:00:10pm

re: #123 HappyWarrior

Isn’t this guy supposed to be a journalist oto?

Not by me!

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CuriousLurker  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:00:47pm

re: #108 Dave In Austin

Circle of Derp…….

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OFFS—so which group is backing her, the Bilderberg Group or the Muslim Brotherhood? Jewish or Muslim cabal? Guess it depends on who you ask. //

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Decatur Deb  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:01:18pm

re: #43 Skip Intro

Because of Hitler’s vegetarian diet he had horrible flatulence. Being in a room with him must have been murder.

More often than not.

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:01:38pm

re: #124 Nyet

Not by me!

Supposed to be, didn’t say he was a particularly good one.

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Targetpractice  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:01:56pm

Interesting theory behind the Clinton/Lynch meeting yesterday, courtesy of Fark. Lynch has a history with the Clintons and there’s been accusations for months that she has a conflict of interest in overseeing the handling of the potential criminal case. So by “stepping back” and saying she’ll respect the FBI’s final decision, she’s given herself plausible deniability. If there’s no recommendations, then she says that the decision rests with the FBI. And if they do recommend, then whoever she hands it off will be responsible for making the call whether to indict or not.

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Testy Toad T  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:02:13pm

re: #119 Nyet

Suicide watch.

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It would be funny if it weren’t so sad. Sanders has so badly pissed off the party and overplayed his hand that I’m not all that confident he’d be the nominee even if Clinton were sent to Gitmo tomorrow.

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:02:14pm

re: #125 CuriousLurker

OFFS—so which group is backing her, the Bilderberg Group or the Muslim Brotherhood? Jewish or Muslim cabal? Guess it depends on who you ask. //

Jokers to the left of me, clowns to the right.

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Aunty Entity Dragon  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:02:44pm

re: #56 Charles Johnson

Speaking of quacks - I can hardly believe this whacked out article was published in the Washington Post.

As a psychiatrist, I diagnose mental illness. And, sometimes, demonic possession.

Rod Dreher has been pimping that story from the WP.

Apparently, if you have some skepticism in ghosts and demons, you are a WEIRD (western educated, industrialized, rich and democratic) non believer and you don’t love baby Jesus.

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:03:23pm

re: #129 Testy Toad T

It would be funny if it weren’t so sad. Sanders has so badly pissed off the party and overplayed his hand that I’m not all that confident he’d be the nominee even if Clinton were sent to Gitmo tomorrow.

Nothing guarantees those delegates go to the runner up.

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Jenner7  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:03:25pm
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majii  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:04:01pm

re: #123 HappyWarrior

In his case, being anti-HRC supersedes any journalistic integrity he could lay claim to, and it’s obvious to me that this is A-OK with him. He, like some other Sanders’ supporters, seem to think that if they scream long and loud enough, the rest of us will rise up, join them, and demand that Sanders be declared the nominee at the convention.

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:04:40pm

re: #134 majii

In his case, being anti-HRC supersedes any journalistic integrity he could lay claim to, and it’s obvious to me that this is A-OK with him. He, like some other Sanders’ supporters, seem to think that if they scream long and loud enough, the rest of us will rise up, join them, and demand that Sanders be declared the nominee at the convention.

Exactly.

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Decatur Deb  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:05:07pm

Half done with the day’s BBQ (pizza, ribs). It’s down to 99 degrees, away from the fire.

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Targetpractice  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:05:12pm

re: #129 Testy Toad T

It would be funny if it weren’t so sad. Sanders has so badly pissed off the party and overplayed his hand that I’m not all that confident he’d be the nominee even if Clinton were sent to Gitmo tomorrow.

If she was marched off to Gitmo, you can be sure she’d find a way to officially release her delegates to vote for whoever they liked. Nothing obligates them to vote for Bernie in the event she drops from the race.

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CuriousLurker  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:06:12pm

In other news (in case it hasn’t been posted here yet):

Three U.S. College Students Among Those Killed in Bangladesh Restaurant Attack

Two students from Emory University and one from University of California, Berkeley, were among those taken hostage and killed at an upscale restaurant in the capital of Bangladesh, the schools said Saturday. […]

*SIGH, smh*

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:06:47pm

re: #137 Targetpractice

If she was marched off to Gitmo, you can be sure she’d find a way to officially release her delegates to vote for whoever they liked. Nothing obligates them to vote for Bernie in the event she drops from the race.

Exactly.

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:06:48pm

caucus99imbeciles still down.

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No Country For Old Haters  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:07:24pm

re: #119 Nyet

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:09:39pm

re: #132 HappyWarrior

Nothing guarantees those delegates go to the runner up.

They’ll go to Biden.

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BeachDem  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:09:51pm

re: #122 Jenner7

“Interrogated.”

She voluntarily spoke with the FBI.

“When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, “it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less.”

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:10:08pm
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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:10:24pm

re: #142 Backwoods_Sleuth

They’ll go to Biden.

Yeah that would be the plan.

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stpaulbear  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:10:39pm

re: #133 Jenner7

That’s really pretty likely given that ‘the news’ was screaming about it minutes after the ‘meeting’. It wasn’t like Bill was going to call her and tell her ‘you’ll never guess who I just ran in to!’

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:10:47pm

Assange is also a Corbyn fan.

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freetoken  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:12:52pm

re: #144 Nyet

It’s quite a leap of illogic to go from the first tweet to the second tweet.

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BeachDem  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:13:30pm

re: #134 majii

In his case, being anti-HRC supersedes any journalistic integrity he could lay claim to, and it’s obvious to me that this is A-OK with him. He, like some other Sanders’ supporters, seem to think that if they scream long and loud enough, the rest of us will rise up, join them, and demand that Sanders be declared the nominee at the convention.

And I thought some of the Bernouts at kos were over the top; then I read some comments on HAHA columns at HuffPo and discovered what true derangement looks like. Yikes.

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Testy Toad T  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:13:55pm

re: #142 Backwoods_Sleuth

They’ll go to Biden.

Minor semantics, but would, not will. Extremely extremely hypothetically would.

Language does matter. Barring something even more insane than Trump somehow becoming the face of the GOP, we are talking about stuff that won’t actually happen in this reality.

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majii  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:13:56pm

re: #144 Nyet

Just what we need, another d*mn conspiracy theory. Do these persons have anything else to do besides keep stirring up sh*t? I don’t think so. If they knew how sad they appear to most of us, they’d stop, but I guess their need for attention and the opportunity to solicit funding is more important than anything else in their lives.

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:14:27pm

re: #148 freetoken

The second tweet is pure whargharbl.

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CuriousLurker  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:14:52pm

re: #147 Nyet

Assange is also a Corbyn fan.

Speaking of fans of obnoxious people, it appears Putin’s apprentice is seeking an apprentice of his own, Von ClownStick style… *gag*

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:15:06pm

re: #144 Nyet

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Would be more credible if Wikileaks had correctly spelled Pierrepont Plaza.
One typo is maybe an ooops, but two…good freaking grief.

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:15:15pm

re: #151 majii

Just what we need, another d*mn conspiracy theory. Do these persons have anything else to do besides keep stirring up sh*t?

Assange? Not much ;)

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:15:33pm

re: #149 BeachDem

And I thought some of the Bernouts at kos were over the top; then I read some comments on HAHA columns at HuffPo and discovered what true derangement looks like. Yikes.

I’ve seen some of it in my FB feed. They’re in for a rude awakening. The fucked up thing is they really think they can subvert the will of the primary electorate without any consequences at all. It really shows their authoritarian.

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Charles Johnson  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:15:51pm
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nines09  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:22:10pm

re: #126 Decatur Deb

More often than not.

Now I have a mental picture of Adolf letting a SBD (silent but deadly) off and when it hits the room, jumps up, screams at an orderly, and shoots him.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:23:13pm
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b.d.  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:23:36pm

re: #144 Nyet

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Assange really has lost it, recuse because their offices are in the same building?

I thought Assange said he was coming out of there?

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:24:37pm

re: #158 nines09

That was Hitler’s personal gas chamber.

sorry

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:24:39pm
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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:26:23pm

re: #162 Backwoods_Sleuth

Reminded me of the Slither game.

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nines09  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:26:54pm

re: #161 Nyet

That was Hitler’s personal gas chamber.

sorry

“SCHWEINEHUND! BLAM!”

sorry…

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ObserverArt  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:26:56pm

re: #162 Backwoods_Sleuth

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Little kitty is athletic.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:27:01pm

re: #161 Nyet

That was Hitler’s personal gas chamber.

sorry

not sorry

:D

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freetoken  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:30:48pm

re: #162 Backwoods_Sleuth

Demon kitty.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:32:20pm

re: #43 Skip Intro

Because of Hitler’s vegetarian diet he had horrible flatulence. Being in a room with him must have been murder.

and imagine in that bunker with no windows to open…

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freetoken  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:33:55pm

BTW, CNN finally jumped on this story:

Trump deletes tweet after complaints of anti-Semitic imagery

Very lame talking heads trying to come up with excuses.

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freetoken  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:34:38pm

An aide picked a six sided star because “they thought they could fit in more text.”

Which is absurd, just on geometric grounds.

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PhillyPretzel  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:34:53pm

re: #169 freetoken

Ah yes but remember the internet is forever.

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freetoken  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:35:37pm

Seriously, who thinks a six sided star can fit more text????

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Nyet  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:35:50pm

re: #170 freetoken

There goes the Sheriff’s star defence.

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Targetpractice  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:36:32pm

re: #169 freetoken

BTW, CNN finally jumped on this story:

Trump deletes tweet after complaints of anti-Semitic imagery

Very lame talking heads trying to come up with excuses.

This need to keep the illusion of a horse race going is turning the media into something worse than a mockery of itself.

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No Country For Old Haters  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:37:28pm

re: #170 freetoken

Which is absurd, just on geometric grounds.

I love that sentence in any context.

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Skip Intro  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:37:46pm

re: #169 freetoken

BTW, CNN finally jumped on this story:

Trump deletes tweet after complaints of anti-Semitic imagery

Very lame talking heads trying to come up with excuses.

I’m surprised they didn’t ask analyst Lewandowski about it. I wonder what he would have said?

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wrenchwench  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:41:42pm

re: #176 Skip Intro

I’m surprised they didn’t ask analyst Lewandowski about it. I wonder what he would have said?

I’m sorry, I’ve signed an agreement that says I can’t tell you it was my idea.

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Charles Johnson  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:42:01pm
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freetoken  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:42:06pm

It’s at about 25 seconds in when the talking head tries to do the geometry defense.

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majii  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:44:50pm

re: #176 Skip Intro

“I’m surprised they didn’t ask analyst Lewandowski about it. I wonder what he would have said?”

His reply would probably be, “You didn’t see what you thought you saw.” After all, he did say that it was legal for Trump to send fundraising emails to foreign politicians because they had chosen to “opt-in” to be on his email list, even though they hadn’t.

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Charles Johnson  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:45:18pm
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freetoken  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:45:51pm

Islamic group: Muslim man beaten outside mosque nightclub shooter attended

An Islamic civil rights group said a Muslim man was beaten Saturday outside the Fort Pierce Islamic Center that Orlando nightclub shooter Omar Mateen had attended. The incident comes as the group says local authorities ignored requests for increased security, despite numerous threats.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations released a statement saying a white truck stopped at the mosque at 4:15 a.m. Saturday and that a man made racial slurs, saying “You Muslims need to get back to your country.” The statement by the group, also known as CAIR, said the man beat the victim, causing head trauma and knocking out a tooth. The victim wasn’t identified and it wasn’t clear if he was hospitalized.

[…]

I wonder how long it will be before a much more violent blow-back occurs??

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b.d.  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:46:18pm

re: #181 Charles Johnson

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HRC haters are really covering themselves in glory today.

They really should pace themselves, it’s going to be a loooong 8 years for them.

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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:47:07pm

re: #52 PhillyPretzel

OT Can anyone recommend a good but not too expensive set of earbuds for an iphone?

I really like my BSR earbuds from DAK, mainly because they come with extra small earpieces. Of course if Apple really does get rid of the earphone jack for the iPhone 7, they wouldn’t be any use for that any more.

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Testy Toad T  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:47:17pm

re: #183 b.d.

They really should pace themselves, it’s going to be a loooong 8 years for them.

I heard an actual factual “Bill and Hitlery” from a manager chatting with one of his customers at the liquor store this evening. First time I’d encountered it in the wild.

I think I’ve found a place to no longer spend my money!

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:50:06pm

re: #178 Charles Johnson

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Richard is doubling down on the stupid in his TL.
Just one example:

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Targetpractice  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:50:27pm

It really says something that the GOP managed to find someone who looks even more corrupt and dishonest than they portray Hillary as being.

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b.d.  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:51:41pm

re: #185 Testy Toad T

I heard an actual factual “Bill and Hitlery” from a manager chatting with one of his customers at the liquor store this evening. First time I’d encountered it in the wild.

I think I’ve found a place to no longer spend my money!

You would think that living in a solid hate mode for 8 years that they’d be looking forward to dialing it back again but I guess there is no going back?

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Joe Bacon  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:52:44pm

re: #92 electrotek

I almost forgot about this twisted witch’s disgraceful tweet from a few years back:

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Disgusting CENSORED…

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:53:14pm
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lawhawk  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:53:22pm

re: #33 SoundGuy 2016

2016 sucks. This is just more proof.

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:56:18pm
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Joe Bacon  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:57:51pm
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Skip Intro  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:58:15pm

The Fox worldview.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:58:39pm

re: #169 freetoken

BTW, CNN finally jumped on this story:

Trump deletes tweet after complaints of anti-Semitic imagery

Very lame talking heads trying to come up with excuses.

again, it is only a win for DT: it distracts the discussion from his total lack of qualifications for the office of the Presidency…

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jul 2, 2016 • 3:59:28pm

re: #182 freetoken

Islamic group: Muslim man beaten outside mosque nightclub shooter attended

I wonder how long it will be before a much more violent blow-back occurs??

If Trump is elected, a matter of minutes: just look at the surge in hate crimes in the UK since Brexit

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Shiplord Kirel  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:00:03pm

Scandalous! Unspeakable atrocity!

No Scoop For You: Boulder’s Pools Drop Ice Cream In Name Of Healthy Vending

As a big fan of ice cream, I tend to see this as a trivial overreach that is bound to fail, but the RW can be counted on to turn it into another outrageous outrage.
Freepers are on the case:

“The homosexual lifestyle choice is one of the most unhealthy decisions anyone could ever make.
Will they be banning gays?”

“Raw carrots and celery for you children, or nothing!”

“And who will push back against this nonsense? When no one does, the junior despots just keep pushing their totalitarian agenda, inch by inch. Okay, ice cream may be more like a quarter-inch.”

“Exactly, delusional liberals.”

“Liberals want to literally control your entire life. There is NOTHING you can do that the liberals don’t believe that they know better than you.”

Oddly, the all-purpose super-villain, George Soros, has yet to be mentioned.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:00:52pm
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Testy Toad T  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:01:12pm

re: #188 b.d.

You would think that living in a solid hate mode for 8 years that they’d be looking forward to dialing it back again but I guess there is no going back?

It sounds like a wretched, pitiful existence. It took every ounce of self-reflection and then some, but I continually looked for the basic good within the personhood of George W. Bush. I knew there was some in there somewhere, even if I thought his actions as President were idiotic, that he threw away several countries worth of lives and sense for no real reason. Because if I had to think that the world was full of truly irredeemable people, I think I’d fall apart.

Imagine how much work it is to keep up the hate. I can’t fathom it.

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Joe Bacon  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:01:48pm
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Testy Toad T  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:02:15pm

re: #196 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

If Trump is elected, a matter of minutes: just look at the surge in hate crimes in the UK since Brexit

It’s coming whether he’s elected or not. That genie is out of the bottle.

Thanks, GOP.

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Decatur Deb  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:04:43pm

re: #197 Shiplord Kirel

Scandalous! Unspeakable atrocity!

No Scoop For You: Boulder’s Pools Drop Ice Cream In Name Of Healthy Vending

As a big fan of ice cream, I tend to see this as a trivial overreach that is bound to fail, but the RW can be counted on to turn it into another outrageous outrage.
Freepers are on the case:

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Oddly, the all-purpose super-villain, George Soros, has yet to be mentioned.

“Children’s ice cream, Mandrake!”

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majii  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:06:12pm

re: #182 freetoken

There should be additional blowback. Mosque leaders had repeatedly requested that the local police department provide additional security since the shooting at Pulse, but they kept getting BS from PD officials about why they couldn’t protect congregants and leaders. Leaders at the mosque felt they needed protection because they were cooperating with state and federal officials in the investigation, and there was an increase in incidents in which some nuts would drive by the mosque and antagonize members by lodging verbal threats against them. No one asked me what I think, but I think officials in the local police department didn’t think they should do anything for two possible reasons:

#1. They feared blowback from some Islamophobes in the community for providing additional security at the mosque, and
#1. They just didn’t give a d*mn about the safety of members of the mosque. Now, if it had been a Christian church, I don’t think PD officials would have hesitated for one second to provide additional security for its pastors and members under similar circumstances. The mosque had to hire its own security staff after Pulse. What the local PD did in this instance just shows me how some PD officials think some lives and religions are more important than others. That members of the mosque are American citizens doesn’t seem to mean much to them. I said this because it needs to be said. I’m sick of public officials ignoring the fact that their salaries are paid by all citizens in a community, and those citizens are deserving of protection even if PD officials and officers don’t like their religious beliefs, or the amount of melanin they have in their skin. When they cash their paychecks, they don’t ask for a print-out that shows the race or religious beliefs of taxpayers, they just cash them, so there should be no reason some citizens in a community are treated in a manner different from the way others in the same community are treated.

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jaunte  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:07:40pm

re: #203 majii

They just didn’t give a d*mn about the safety of members of the mosque

Thar’s the one.

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Not a Sparkly Vampire  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:24:03pm

Hello.

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Stanley Sea  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:26:39pm

re: #191 lawhawk

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2016 sucks. This is just more proof.

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wrenchwench  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:28:58pm
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PhillyPretzel  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:33:47pm

Local PBS station, WHYY is showing “Rejoice.” This show includes a few comments from Elie Wiesel. Although this showing was scheduled a while ago it is a fitting tribute to Mr Wiesel. whyy.org

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:38:13pm

re: #108 Dave In Austin

I love how there’s a bunch of companies in that graphic that no longer exist.

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freetoken  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:43:37pm

Mullah Mohler - who heads the main seminary of the largest Protestant denomination in the US, and who also kicked out those he considered unclean when he took over and replaced them with his own stooges - shows again today why he really is the contemporary instantiation of the Inquisition:

Heresy and Humility — Lessons from a Current Controversy

I have spent my entire adult lifetime concerned with the danger of heresy. As a young theologian, I worked through the early centuries of church history and understood that knowing the difference between orthodox Christianity and heresy is really a matter of life and death for the church. A failure to recognize and refute heresy means disaster for the church and its witness to Christ.

One could say he’s obsessed with “heresy”.

Anyway, what is the current problem over which he is proclaiming his overseer-hood?

Mohler thinks some are “crying wolf” in regards to claiming that some fundamentalists are themselves edging close to heresy over discussions post-Danver’s Statement.

To make a long story short (and it is a long story for one has to be familiar with the sordid intertwinings of the doctrinal history of Christianity)… Mohler finally gets to this:

Recently a bit of controversy has emerged with charges that some complementarians (those who hold to a biblical pattern of different roles for men and women) are flirting with a denial of the Nicene Creed (or of violating the classic pro-Nicene Trinitarian formulations rooted in the fourth century controversies) by arguing that the Son is eternally obedient to the Father. […]

[…] Complementarianism need not be linked doctrinally to eternal submission, and it is in no way required by the Danvers Statement on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. […]

And Mohler goes on and on… but I think the sad part is that Mohler is more concerned about whether a couple of contemporary theologians have become heretics (he thinks they have not) and about their critics perhaps not understanding what is true heresy, than the real problem that fundamentalists have today in regards to the roles of women.

In other words, Mohler is so caught up in the jot and tittles of theology that he can’t see, or doesn’t want to see, the very problem his fundamentalism has with half the population on Earth.

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:43:54pm

re: #178 Charles Johnson

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So that’s what Grenell’s been doing since Romney fired him for being gay to appease the religious right.

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:45:46pm

I read Wiesel’s Night in 10th grade. I would have been around the same age that he was when his family was put in the ghetto I believe. Just makes you put things in perspective.

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Testy Toad T  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:46:58pm

re: #33 SoundGuy 2016

We read ‘Night’ in, oh, my sophomore year of high school. Two decades later, I still remember adamantly professing that there was no way you could force-run/march starving people for forty miles or whatever through a German winter. I emphasize most strongly that I was not denying the broader horrific story, but it just felt like embellishment to me at the time.

As if 1) it fucking mattered 2) my soggy middle-class American ass could ever evaluate what people can do when their lives are only the line 3) OH BUT I RUN TRACK NOW LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT DISTANCE AMIRITE 4) did I mention that it doesn’t even matter anyway?

Anyway, not my finest moment. I reassure myself with the knowledge that a man of greater spirit and decency than I would be above judging my failure at that moment, and by all rights I understand that Mr. Wiesel was such a man.

RIP.

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:47:15pm

re: #205 The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge

This is charming:

Lesbian couple still threatened 3 years after being denied cake: ‘I’m buying up my ammo right now’

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The Religious Right is one of the worst elements in American politics. Thanks Ronnie for enabling these asshole all the while you had plenty of gay friends and colleagues going back to your acting day and ignoring basic humanity so you could get power.

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gocart mozart  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:48:41pm
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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:50:02pm

re: #214 Testy Toad T

We read ‘Night’ in, oh, my sophomore year of high school. Two decades later, I still remember adamantly professing that there was no way you could force-run/march starving people for forty miles or whatever through a German winter. I emphasize most strongly that I was not denying the broader horrific story, but it just felt like embellishment to me at the time.

As if 1) it fucking mattered 2) my soggy middle-class American ass could ever evaluate what people can do when their lives are only the line 3) OH BUT I RUN TRACK NOW LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT DISTANCE AMIRITE 4) did I mention that it doesn’t even matter anyway?

Anyway, not my finest moment. I reassure myself with the knowledge that a man of greater spirit and decency than I would be above judging my failure at that moment, and by all rights I understand that Mr. Wiesel was such a man.

RIP.

You grew up. If we were all the same people we were at that age, it would mean that we wouldn’t have learned anything. I read the book at the same age. I think it was perfect given that Wiesel was around the same age. I always wondered what I would have done had I been around the same age in occupied Europe. Everyone wants to say “Yeah I would have resisted those Nazi bastards to my last dying breath” but until you actually live something, you don’t know.

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mmmirele  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:51:58pm

The Guardian came across a 2012 Wells Fargo Securities filing which apparently describes Trump’s worth as being $4.5bn, with only $250MM in liquidity…

On the 2016 campaign trail, Donald Trump has insisted that he is worth more than $10bn. However, a statement filed to the Securities and Exchange Commission by Wells Fargo Securities on Trump’s behalf in 2012 indicated that the real estate developer was then worth less than half that, with comparatively few of the liquid assets that may now finance his campaign for president.
Trump deletes tweet with image of the star of David, Hillary Clinton and money
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In the document, which concerned the securitization of commercial mortgages on properties including Trump Tower in New York City, Trump was described as being worth more than $4.2bn, with liquid assets of more than $250m.

*snip*

While $250m is a large amount of money, it is nowhere near enough to finance a modern presidential campaign. Trump has already loaned between $43m and $50m to his campaign, raising questions about how much he can afford to continue to spend without selling off assets or taking on significant loans.

Trump has insisted that he has far more than $250m in liquid assets, last year telling Fox News anchor Sean Hannity he had $400m, all of which he was prepared to use.

theguardian.com

ETA link to EDGAR filing with the SEC: sec.gov

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majii  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:54:37pm

re: #216 gocart mozart

Science only becomes important, and relevant, to many on the right when it becomes personal. In regard to women’s healthcare, they’ll deny science 24/7, 365, but let one of them be diagnosed with a devastating/debilitating medical condition, and the same person will run to medical doctors who rely heavily on science to treat their medical condition.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 2, 2016 • 4:58:50pm

re: #219 majii

Science only becomes important, and relevant, to many on the right when it becomes personal. In regard to women’s healthcare, they’ll deny science 24/7, 365, but let one of them be diagnosed with a devastating/debilitating medical condition, and the same person will run to medical doctors who rely heavily on science to treat their medical condition.

But when the medical treatment is successful, they will thank god instead of science.

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ozharas  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:00:14pm

it’s the day after Australia had their general election, and we have no winner, a hung parliament is still a possible outcome.

Interesting times we live in

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:01:19pm
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goddamnedfrank  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:01:56pm
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GrantS  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:01:59pm

I’m not so sure Trump is smart enough to create such subliminal attack ads. His rework probably was because once it was pointed out, he changed to avoid the backlash.

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jaunte  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:02:46pm
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Bass Reeves  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:05:14pm

re: #224 GrantS

What exactly was subliminal about it? How smart do you have to be to take well-known racist imagery and put it on your stuff?

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freetoken  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:05:39pm

re: #223 goddamnedfrank

“… when the realize…” - as if Fox didn’t know before hand?

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HappyWarrior  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:05:45pm

re: #223 goddamnedfrank

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Any story about an African-American will eventually deluge into racism in the Fox comments.

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Bass Reeves  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:07:44pm

re: #226 Bass Reeves

And since when does Trump *avoid* backlash?

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gocart mozart  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:10:28pm
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Anymouse  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:11:39pm

re: #125 CuriousLurker

OFFS—so which group is backing her, the Bilderberg Group or the Muslim Brotherhood? Jewish or Muslim cabal? Guess it depends on who you ask. //

They have secretly infiltrated each other, while the Council on Foreign Relations (whose magazine I receive as I am planning a world takeover from the Nebraska Panhandle) sits back and plots against them both.

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Joe Bacon  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:20:02pm
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Joe Bacon  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:24:13pm

re: #223 goddamnedfrank

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All 19th Century Fox has done since it started in 1996 is lie any lie for the Republican Party.

19th Century Fox is to the Republican Party as TASS/Pravda/Izvestia was to the Soviet Communist Party!

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freetoken  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:25:26pm

re: #232 Joe Bacon

Are we just supposed to ignore that Drumpfskind himself is in the middle of court case in San Diego, over fraud??

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calochortus  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:27:21pm

re: #234 freetoken

Are we just supposed to ignore that Drumpfskind himself is in the middle of court case in San Diego, over fraud??

Yes. Next question?

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Joe Bacon  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:28:17pm

re: #234 freetoken

Are we just supposed to ignore that Drumpfskind himself is in the middle of court case in San Diego, over fraud??

Since 19th Century Fox is ignoring it, the answer is…BENNNNGGGGHHHHAAAAZZZIIII

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:31:52pm
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gocart mozart  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:33:14pm

re: #236 Joe Bacon

Don’t forget the child rape lawsuit.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:33:49pm

re: #206 Not a Sparkly Vampire

Hello.

From the other side…

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Timothy Watson  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:34:32pm

re: #210 Eric The Fruit Bat

I love how there’s a bunch of companies in that graphic that no longer exist.

That’s just what they want you to think.

/

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Eclectic Cyborg  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:35:49pm

Trump pretending he has never benefitted from a rigged system is freaking hilarious.

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freetoken  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:36:00pm

This commentary from 4 days ago explains some of the background that now has driven Mohler to babble on and on:

Complementarianism and the Trinity: Is Wayne Grudem a dangerous heretic?

[…]

Third, homoian complementarians are part of a very influential movement in modern theology and churchmanship. It’s socially right-wing, deeply conservative and neo-Calvinist, with deep pockets, charismatic and successful figureheads and granite certainties. That doesn’t make it right.

Mohler is sympathetic to the “homoian complementarians” because of their social issues.

The most organized group of these folk are here:

THE COUNCIL ON BIBLICAL MANHOOD & WOMANHOOD

Some of those council members are now being called out for being heretics by more main-line theologians.

What is happening here is this: as a reactionary movement to modernity, some fundamentalists, such as those at cbmw.org , have tried to find eternal reasons for their idea that women are to be subject to men.

So what we have here, contra Mohler’s pretense, is that current social issues do in fact drive what is supposedly received as inerrant truths.

Reactionary movements like the Drumpfskindepoche are not insular. In this case American Christian fundamentalists are suffering their own reactionary movements, all driven by the modern world and the changes we see around us.

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majii  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:39:12pm

re: #237 Backwoods_Sleuth

Poor Molly. Maybe Tabitha will appeal her case to her dad. LOL. She definitely does not like being behind bars.

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:41:08pm

re: #243 majii

If you look close, it looks like she’s on stairs. He’s just joshin’ with youse guys.

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Stanley Sea  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:48:36pm

re: #244 Eric The Fruit Bat

If you look close, it looks like she’s on stairs. He’s just joshin’ with youse guys.

I always look at his furnishings!!! LOL, I love that carpet.

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prairiefire  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:50:03pm

re: #242 freetoken

Part of the great splintering of the right. One can easily judge that the other is not “…” enough. Even in such a ridiculously insulated group.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:50:54pm

re: #237 Backwoods_Sleuth

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prairiefire  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:51:30pm

re: #245 Stanley Sea

I always like to see how very rich people spend their money!

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Stanley Sea  Jul 2, 2016 • 5:59:15pm

re: #248 prairiefire

I always like to see how very rich people spend their money!

He seems rather down to earth. I think it’s his winter home in Florida - but he needs to change that ugly floor tile STAT.

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Stanley Sea  Jul 2, 2016 • 6:00:23pm

It takes just a few minutes to disprove Reince.

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MsJ  Jul 2, 2016 • 6:07:42pm

re: #250 Stanley Sea

Irony: Christie charged, Clinton not.

That would be irony, my friends.

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Skip Intro  Jul 2, 2016 • 6:23:00pm

re: #223 goddamnedfrank

Disgusting comments at Fox? How is that different from every other day?

The only reason people post at Fox is because it’s easier to spell than Stormfront.

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mmmirele  Jul 2, 2016 • 6:33:06pm

re: #211 freetoken

The ladies at thewartburgwatch.com have been all up in Mohler’s business regarding this “Eternal Subordination of the Son” (ESS) heresy. To get specific, it is absolultely a semi-Arian heresy to say that Jesus is subordinate to God the Father. I have pretty much bagged the church and in many ways this argument means nothing to me. Thus, I wouldn’t care except that this ESS was brought about because Mohler and his buddies wanted a permanent way to keep women subordinate to men. There’s an organization, the “Council of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood” (CBMW) which has argued in the past that women will be subordinate to men in the eternities, based on this ESS doctrine.

Let me be clear: I personally think trying to parse out trinitarian theology is a huge waste of time, but as a woman, I have to be concerned, because these asshats want to impose their subordinationism on women—all in the name of God.

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Shimshon  Jul 2, 2016 • 8:57:47pm

re: #128 Targetpractice

courtesy of Fark.

Stopped reading there. Nothing of value comes from Fark these days. Only admins creating back-dated right wing trolling alts, right wing trolls, 4channers repeating dank memes, and paid content from right wing sites like DailyCaller, Breitbart, etc.

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Ming5000  Jul 3, 2016 • 9:09:05am

re: #254 Shimshon

I am amazed at how some LGFers are so plugged in and in tune with the various linkages in the rightwingosphere.
It saves me a lot of wasted time and mental anguish! Thanks!


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