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Pradheep Shanker
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Huge moment in this election cycle. And huge questions will be answered:

1. Will Trump throw feces at Hillary?
2. Will Hillary make it up the stairs? Can she actually stand for 90 minutes?
3. Which will be the first to get mad at Lester Holt for not fact checking? Trump get mad at getting fact checked? Will Hillary call him part of the right wing conspiracy because he is a Republican?
4. Which celebrity will have a mental breakdown from all this?
5. And who will the media declare as the winner??? (as if it is not preordained...)

Of course, I am being completely facetious. This is a huge moment in this election cycle, and considering the race is narrowing, could have major impact.

Consider this an open thread.
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+Marla Hughes​ this isn't about you. I said the whole thing is indistinguishable from malicious gossip, It is exactly "he said what?!! THAT MONSTER! And only twenty years ago? I'm never speaking to HIM. I mean, not unless he arrives in his private jet and... " 
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Mark Prasek

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As some already know, the decision to pull out of Iraq was due to a lack of negations. At best, it was incompetence. At worst, it was politically motivated.

This article lays it all out very nicely.

#election2016 #iraq #war #obama #clinton 
Claims by Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama that George W. Bush forced them to withdraw all troops from Iraq are categorically false.
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The outcome of the withdraw from Iraq is utterly disgusting. This will be on their conscience for the rest of they lives.
They have these poor souls on their conscience.
#gaysfortrump

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Phil Nelson

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One of many compelling reasons why Hillary, and her cronies, and her ideology, should be kept far away from any office of public trust.
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America isn't ready for a qualified president. The people are too socialist and somewhat too communist. Most people don't even know what "rights" are and what the government would look like if it folllowed the Constitution. It will take some massive social reform before people would actually vote for a qualified president.
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John Griffith

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The 1996 Miss Universe who was a topic of discussion up during the first presidential debate on Monday night has a complicated past.
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Marla Hughes

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Ellen Carmichael and John Hart of +OpportunityLives in their maiden podcast.
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Aaron Echols (dasunsrule32)

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Scary how the Democrats are and have become. I shared this about a year ago on my personal stream, but don't think I shared it here.
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Holy shit...
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Phil Nelson

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Here's the problem. Some of us are getting suckered by the old, old, New Left / Democrat trick of covering their own flaws, which are twice or more as bad, by pointing and shouting, with the help of a very selective media megaphone, about the flaws of their opposition, which are half or less as bad.
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Does aggressiveness at the public audience such as face to face debate of contestants where most participants are comprised of high status of the faculty of minds, could impress to procure vote in any election occasions at a society as that of the United States of America?
The dramatic acting posed by Mr. Trumph in replying to the questions raised for him to answer obviously shown this picture.
He was trying to cover up his weakness by way of rude sound of total aggressiveness.
Behaviours as such do take place also in a highly civilised society as that of the US.
Quite interesting scene was seen during debate between Clinton and Trumph this week.
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John Griffith

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JOBS TO MEXICO? THERE ARE NO JOBS GOING TO MEXICO...

Ford, Cisco, GE, Deere, etc etc etc. We need to stop the flood and here is how...

Lower energy costs in the US and reduce corporate tax rate and watch them all flood back. Artificially maintaining high energy costs is the job killer. Tap into US energy and bring back manufacturing!

http://www.businesstimes.com.sg/technology/cisco-to-add-jobs-in-mexico-as-part-of-us4b-spending-plan
[MEXICO CITY] Cisco Systems Inc plans to spend as much as US$4 billion in Mexico through 2018 to expand production, adding jobs in the country even as the American company cuts its global workforce by 7 per cent. Read more at The Business Times.
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Cancel corporate charter nationalize product patent and put out request for proposal to manufacture in use patents available or free.
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Pradheep Shanker
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The Obama administration realizes that its health program is in trouble. If it can’t bailout insurers, chances are good even more will drop out of the exchanges. That reduction in competition will make it more likely prices continue to rise sharply. And higher prices will discourage healthy adults (especially those not receiving subsidies) from signing up. That’s the beginning of the so-called death spiral or, as I prefer, the zombie spiral (since it won’t really die). The administration appears to be trying to stave this off with more taxpayer money but it lacks the appropriation to do so.
"The Judgment Fund would not appear to be available to pay for such judgments under current law."
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Roland Oliva

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That is why we stand at ceremonies or face consequences.
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Marla Hughes

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Charlie Sykes on this article, " Why does @PeterBeinart seem to understand conservatism better than so many "conservatives" these days?"

" When Clinton quoted Trump as cheering for a housing crisis, Trump responded, “That’s called business.” When Clinton accused Trump of not paying taxes, Trump answered, “That makes me smart.” When Clinton attacked Trump for declaring bankruptcy to avoid paying the people he owed, Trump replied, “I take advantage of the laws of the nation because I’m running a company.” Clinton set out to paint Trump as selfish and unethical. Trump basically conceded the charge

Commentators are declaring Trump’s answers a tactical mistake. But they’re more than that. They show how unmoored he is from conservatism’s conception of America. "
Conservatives have put families and communities at the center of their conception of a better America—but they’re notably absent from the Republican nominee’s account.
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There is no evidence Trump has paid taxes in decades. Got proof? Present it, please.

He creates jobs for foreign workers.
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King Theo

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He has a way better record than the Clinton's. Asking individuals about there attitudes towards gays as part of the refugee vetting process is a very good idea that know one else proposed before him. 
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Phil Nelson

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What could be the reason that (left)liberals see humorlessness in so very many people who they see as political enemies? Could it be that the only humor they are accustomed to is mockery of their political enemies, so all other forms are effectively invisible to them? In other words, do leftists accuse their political enemies of being humorless because the leftists didn't get the joke?
It would be a shame if they got their way.
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I've noticed that Dems in general and their Liberal sub-species have the mentality of snotty little kids in a playground making fun of other kids for being poor, short, fat, slow, stuttering, etc. They're well practiced in the art of name calling and mockery, but aren't very good at managing agencies or running a country.
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Adam K
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I can't get a break...stupid @#$%&! election!
 
#Election2016 in a fun size bar.
#IDKHCJail

Maybe add the others en route to the funny farm and sanitarium?
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Hospital This Way sign
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Donald Hume

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Even a blind squirrel finds a nut every now and then.....

But stuff like this needs to be disseminated to the populace, since they don't seem to understand that Democrats are as much, or more, about helping the rich than Republicans.
Morgan Stanley’s Ruchir Sharma writes that Donald Trump has made valid points about the Federal Reserve: Sixty percent of stock gains since the 2008 panic have occurred on days when the Fed makes policy decisions.
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Ron Lewenberg

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This should be the basis of immigration policy regardless of who is in office.
"The centerpiece of immigration reform is making the policy work for the American people. Immigration reform is about establishing a merit system for selecting people to come to this country and setting limits on the number of people we admit. The rest is about enforcing the rules. And in no other area of public policy are the concerns of the cheaters seen as valid, much less paramount."
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Trump has been all over the place from calling Romney heartless and funding the Gang of Eight to insulting Mexicans and pretending to want to reduce immigration mentioned where he will be in January 2017 or 2018, if elected, is anyone's guess.
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John Griffith

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"It caused the loss of some 700,000 jobs as production moved to Mexico and thousands of companies unable to compete closed their doors"

http://www.bostoncommons.net/how-many-us-jobs-have-been-moved-to-mexico/?doing_wp_cron=1474812751.0348830223083496093750
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Phil Nelson

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The Russians must answer for this, I think.
'A short time' after taking down the passenger plane, BUK system was 'transported back to the Russian border.'
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Who was on the flight that might have been a target
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Ron Lewenberg

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I'm shocked that the Washington Post would run this.
http://wapo.st/2cIOHKk
Abortion survivor Gianna Jessen spoke at a congressional hearing about contested abortion policy.
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Very powerful. I was adopted, but just barely in time. I am fortunate to have a chance at experiencing life.
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Marla Hughes

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"How do we have a Republican nominee who defends Russian hacking and Republican leaders who don't stand up and repudiate this?" (paraphrased)
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+Theodore Barkley "...but do you believe that the FBI and IRS have any credibility left?"

Some. Depends on the topic. And yes, they both have made some serious errors recently.

Russia has no credibility. Well... not exactly none, but you have to read it very carefully, because it's not honest and IS designed to promote an agenda. (ie: it's propaganda.) The best propaganda has a solid element of truth, it's the lie that's woven in that makes it interesting.

I think they're better at it than we are, by a fair margin.

And Russian Mole Snowden is the perfect example of that.
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