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The NP's Official USA Political Thread

Located in The Break Room started by lennco, Jul 20, 2012.

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Who is to Blame for the Troubled US Economy?

  1. Both Parties

    176 vote(s)
    49.3%
  2. Neither Party

    31 vote(s)
    8.7%
  3. Democrats

    66 vote(s)
    18.5%
  4. Republicans

    84 vote(s)
    23.5%
Total: 357 vote(s)
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    Airplanes took aim?

    "Some planes" did "something", right?... Who wrote the article, Ilhan Omar?

    The NYT is pure garbage, run by leftists for leftists.
     
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    It's sad and hilarious at the same time the poor attendance at that event and how they cheered Trump over lightbulbs. LOL. And how surprising he could correctly pronounce "incandescent".

    This was one of the most horrific days in modern memory. Heart goes out to those who lost family members on that day or as a result of it in coming months and years. Thinking about you, first responders, and those whose family members died in the line of battle.

    Obviously planes by themselves did not kill over 3000 people that day. But wicked-minded individuals will choose the best and most readily available weapon to end the lives of the most people possible in the shortest amount of time possible.

    Today it is much more difficult to repeat that horrific act thanks to heavily imposed regulations.
     
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    The Liberal Media made sure to show the size of this crowd, only because it was small. They NEVER show the size of the usually massive crowds that attend his events.

    That's why I can't stand the biased Liberal Media. Trumps crowd loves him no matter what he says. No different from Obama's crowd and his kiss ass Media who will cheer him on, no matter what...
     
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    Man Wearing “Some People Did Something” Shirt at New York 9/11 Memorial Reading of the Names Has Message for Ilhan Omar and The Squad
    At the annual reading of the names memorial at Ground Zero for the victims of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks on Wednesday a man took part in reading the names wore a t-shirt emblazoned with a quote from Muslim Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) that downplayed the attacks as “some people did something.” The man also spoke his mind to Omar and her fellow members of The Squad about the attacks, saying they were done by “19 Islamist terrorists members of al Qaeda” as an attack on “our nations founding on Judeo-Christian principles.”

     
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    Not Winning.

    Hillary Clinton leafs through her emails for nearly an hour at copy of resolute desk in art exhibits.
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    Circuses attract big crowds. So do roadside accidents.

    That tells you a lot about their intelligence if they love him no matter what he says.

    In all seriousness, don’t let politicians steer your thinking. They are only people and out for their own interests. With a few exceptions. But those few put their lives at risk.
     
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    Like I said before... no different from Obama's crowd, but with a major difference: The biased Liberal Media, and the ultra-biased Hollywood trash had political orgasms every time Obama spoke... and still do!


    I prefer Trumps policies 1000 times more than Obama's... simple as that!
     
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    Unfortunately people are left with 2 bad choices that they have decide which they prefer.
     
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    New York Times columnist Michelle Goldberg indicated on Friday that President Trump’s election was so upsetting that it gave her years of insomnia.

    …“[A prediction that a blue wave is coming] will not be enough to lessen the insomnia that has plagued me since the cursed night when Trump was elected,” Goldberg wrote.

    …“What’s been called ‘Trump Anxiety Disorder,’” the CBC article read, “has been on the rise in the months following the election, according to mental-health professionals from across the country who report unusually high levels of politics-related stress in their practices.”

    In 2018, the Journal of American College Health similarly said that 25 percent of students at Arizona State University reported symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder after Trump’s election.

    As any soldier (or ex-teacher who spent time in inner-city schools) can tell us, you don’t get PTSD from your candidate losing the election.
     
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    Pretty much, voting today comes down to self preservation opposed to rather a person really likes a candidate or not
     
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    I am really really happy that the US Supreme Court ruled to not let asylum seekers directly into the US. This will allow extreme vetting so the fraud asylum seeker f*cks don’t just get a free ride into the country
     
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    The US has bad leaders but good people. That's why I still travel there. :xf.wink:
     
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    And people should be able to choose who they feel is the better choice, without being called dumb or stupid or unintelligent, or racist or Nazi etc.... NOT who the Liberal Media and Hollywood demands who you should vote for.

    Unfortunately the Liberals DON'T accept defeat nowadays. Examples like the Trump win and the BREXIT win in the UK show what bad losers the lefties have become.

    But there are other examples of Conservatives gaining popularity in many European countries, but being labelled as Nazis, Fascists, Racists, Xenophobes, etc. by the Liberal Media and subject to every dirty trick in the book to make sure they don't get to power.

    You either accept democracy and its rules or you don't.
     
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    But if it doesn't matter what a president says and it is okay then you lose your autonomy and are effectively giving a green light to dictatorship.

    The truth is that today democracy doesn't exist in its original concept. Today it is marketing. People try and hope but it is all controlled. That's why you have only 2 parties and 2 candidates. That's not real democracy.
     
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    Dictatorship? Where do you see a dictatorship in Europe? Maybe Russia or Belarus, but those have been going on for a long time. You will NEVER see a Dictatorship in Europe again... if you do, it will be Left wing, who have the Liberal Media kissing their asses.

    Many, including myself, are beginning to consider the EU's policies as dictatorial.

    Dictatorships can be found in abundance, by the dozens in Africa, Middle East, Asia and parts of Central and South America.

    I agree with you here. But countries with many parties are also beginning to have more difficulty in forming coalition governments, many of which are not exactly what the people voted for, or putting back in government, parties that lost heavily in the elections...
     
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    I am politically neutral by principle. And hope to see the world in a non-partisan way. What I see happening in the world is that what was previously happening behind the scenes is coming out into public view. And that is that in traditionally democratic countries, politics were always controlled by few people and groups. Similar to traditionally communist and dictatorial countries but in more palatable way under the guise of "democracy". Just consider lobbying and walking the party line.

    Yes, this is a problem that will continue to grow unless there is a massive disruption in the system. Countries with many parties are seeing those parties also joining together to form majority government which is the same problem as having only 2 parties. It's nothing more than a power grab.
     
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    Being politically neutral is cool because you don’t have to kiss anybody’s ass and don’t give a sh*t what people say about you.

    At this point and time only having two parties really sucks, today is so far different than even the 1990s it is really difficult because I haven’t had a nominee that I really had full confidence in since Ronald Reagan.

    As far back as I can think, Ron Paul is the only independent runner I would say could run the country,
     
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    Since I am Canadian nothing I say will make much of a difference. But if I was political I would agree with you. I would also say that Tom Steyer falls into the category of Ron Paul. Maybe even Bernie Sanders.
     

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