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Well is that so? I suppose then that you know exactly how many Americans felt for the last 8 years watching you and your buddies sphincter kiss Obama and call it media coverage.
Yeah.......we know all about it.
 
Former NBC newsman Tom Brokaw was at the National Book Festival on Saturday in Washington, D.C., to discuss his book ‘A Lucky Life Interrupted’ and during the event he spoke of his profession and shared his thoughts over the constant Donald Trump coverage, Mediaite reports.


If I had to cover Trump on the news nightly, I’d get sick. There would be no faking it
























Former NBC newsman Tom Brokaw was at the National Book Festival on Saturday in Washington, D.C., to discuss his book 'A Lucky Life Interrupted' and during the event he spoke of his profession and shared his thoughts over the constant Donald Trump coverage, Mediaite reports.
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Banks elaborated: “Because y’all motherf**ers still owe me reparations! [laughs]. That’s why it’s still about race. Really, the generational effects of Jim Crow and poverty linger on. As long as I have my money, I’m getting the f** out of here and I’m gonna leave y’all to your own devices.”

Well Azalea, one of the great things you hate about this country is that you're allowed to get the F*** out of here. In fact, I can't wait till you get the F*** out of here. We don't owe your sorry racist ass a penny. May I suggest a Sharia villa in the Middle East with a blood soaked view of head choppers, and legal rapists. I'm sure they'll love your music there.

Let us know how that's works out for ya.......bitch!
Rapper Azealia Banks lashed out at "racist conservative white people" and "fat white Americans" in a wide-ranging, race-heavy interview for her cover of Playboy magazine this month.
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I'm sure we could start a kickstarter campaign to give her 40 acres and a mule if she will promise to shut up.
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It's clearly a fantasy to expect this President to pardon Lorance but after reading the specifics of his story I am disgusted theat he's locked away in Leavenworth. I would not want to be in this military fighting a war and making life and death decisions knowing my hands are tied and my men are political pawns.
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He is in Leavenworth and Bergdahl is free collecting back pay !
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If you still question the agenda of Islam in western society after viewing this, There's no hope for you. 
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Shed your ignorance and open your eyes. This is either the future or the reason we changed it.
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This will happen in America very shortly unless something is done! 
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I'm still not clear on how a reasonable percaution equates to "Ebola hysteria"?
The assertion that a temporary travel ban would prevent needed medical supplies and personnel from making it to West Africa does, however, seem unreasonable. The cargo hold of a commercial aircraft is generally filled with luggage so it stands to reason that very little in the way of medical supplies could be transported anyhow. Time being a factor, this seems even more unreasonable. How is this different from the earthquakes and tsunamis we've used military and private charter's to transport supplies, equipment and personnel to?

Then, there is the assertion that preventing people from coming would be counterproductive. That they would just lie about their travel history or attempt to evade screening. I'm sorry but what? Travel histoy and evasion are irrelevant. The ban should be by passport not by location. As for evasion, I work at an international airport and in the Customs facility, you'll never see the streets without producing a valid passport. If you chose to ignore the ban, Customs would send you back on the airline's dime with a fine most likely included on the airline just like they do for any invalid passports or visa's.

Is it fool proof? No. It's about reducing the risk of any additional infections getting here while West African nations are an ebola hot zone. That's the first priority is it not?
President Obama on Sunday repeated his argument against a travel ban on West Africa where the Ebola is an epidemic and urged Americas not to give into hysteria about the deadly virus, saying the U.S. is not dealing with a similar outbreak.
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FINALLY! I can remove Mount Rushmore from my bucket list. Awesome sight!
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Really?! Birdman?
Saw the film and it was...........average.
Best film, director, etc.?
Guess what they say about Hollywood is true. You're either IN the club or you're NOT.
The Oscar movies this year may be small, but they're packing a lot of drama.
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What I expected: Harvey Birdman Attorney At Law, the live-action movie
What I got: Emotional bullshit revolving around a crazy person, and not in the good way.
What I never expected: It got nominated for an Oscar
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This letter from a former agent rightfully and properly spells it out for Holder. 
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Uh Huh...... Comments disabled right out of the box.
Guess he was afraid someone might actually give a brief rundown of Obama's stellar presidency!
Comparisons are such a pain in the ass for leftist propaganda.
 
Mr. American, tear down this myth!  Given that so many Americans perceive a crappy B-movie actor as a conservative saint, it is time to create a new name for him.  Therefore, Reagan will now be known instead as St. Ray-gun ("Ray" refers to the rays of sunshine/smoke that Douche, uh, Dutch blew up the fact butts of the gullible American people for 8 painful years, and "gun" refers to Ronnie's unwavering support for NRA lunatics in spite of the fact that he was nearly killed by a gun on March 30, 1981). 
On March 4th 1987, President Reagan publicly admits America's role in the Iran-Contra affair for the first time.
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+dannyparkersmith​​ Really? Ruined American families? Because drug addicted people make better employees? How many families have been saved by say.... cocaine or heroin? I've heard a lot of lame excuses but really? 
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If you still don't get it after watching this video then something is very wrong with you!
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There certainly is a ding in the narrative. Why is it the shot on the Brown's hand which would have substantiated the grab to the gun never came up before the rioting.???
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