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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 11:48:28 AM »
That is like saying, I got nothing to hide, but just don't look at the basement or the shed.  ;D

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 How many hundreds of millions is this going to cost tax payers? A few dozen lawyers, assistants, their offices. Zero evidence. A years of illegal wire taps, zero evidence. A half dozen different investigations, zero evidence. The entire world wide Democrat media and their fake leaks,
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 09:03:04 AM »
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witch-hunt
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a search for and subsequent persecution of a supposed witch.
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a endless campaign containing no supporting evidence directed against a person or group holding views unpopular with the Democrat media those conducting said
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 19, 2017, 10:49:22 PM »
Tucker just announced that McCain was diagnosed with brain cancer.

This is savage, yet funny.


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 19, 2017, 01:29:48 PM »
If you ever underestimate how delusional and retarded a large chunk of Trump supporters are

Poll: Third of Trump voters donít think Trump Jr. met with Russian, even though he admitted it

Thirty-two percent of the Trump supporters said they donít believe the meeting took place, while 24 percent said they arenít sure, according to the poll results.

http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/342700-poll-nearly-half-of-trump-voters-dont-think-trump-jr-met-with-russian

This is what we are dealing with. Conservatives/Republcians/ Whatever the hell group you call Trump supporters, they are just so damaged, they are lost causes of society.

Poll: 100% of left wingers including the idiot corrupt Democrat media and worthless education industry claim Trump colluded with Russians despite 9 months of investigations and illegal wiretapping generating no evidence. And despite Democrats James Comey, Diane Feinstein, Alan Dershowitz stating clearly on numerous occasions under oath that no there is no evidence of if any laws broken.

Aren't rigged polls great! Sure helped predict who would be the 45th President of the United States. Donald J Trump.🇺🇸

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The future is now. And the limousine left can't wait!
http://www.sfchronicle.com/aboutsfgate/article/Why-universal-basic-income-is-gaining-support-11290211.php?cmpid=email-premium

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The idea of a universal basic income ó monthly cash payments from the government to every individual, working or not, with no strings attached ó is gaining traction, thanks in part to endorsements from Silicon Valley celebs...

Sure, and we'll pay for it by confiscating silicons valley's underserved wealth. Insert a universal maximum income of $250k with universal maximum wealth of $10 million. They don't need more than that.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 19, 2017, 11:45:16 AM »
What is Obamacare? Just a stepping stone designed to fail like it is, in order to allow the left to control people's lives via single payer health care.


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 19, 2017, 10:25:33 AM »
We weren't talking about any of that.  It was: is healthcare a universal human right, or not?  The answer is no, it isn't, universal human rights don't involve demands on others.

''Should'' we do what we can to help others?  Yes (especially those whose need is no fault of their own, imo).  Is that going to be legislated sometimes?  Apparently so.  But let's not get our terms confused based on emotionalism, especially when there is a worldwide movement to create a one-world, left-wing fascist dictatorship, and going along with such statements only helps them.  The UN declaring healthcare a basic human right is just one more step along their path.

Everyone has the right to healthcare. Obamacare isn't healthcare, it's a health insurance system. The US tax payer has provided health care for the less fortunate for decades. Medicaid, Medicare, all existed before unafforable care act. There are clinics, some free some paid. We had a small percentage of people who were uninsured, and a vast majority who were happy with their health insurance. So the democrats blew up the system, shockingly empowering themselves and their friends to run it, while of course exempting themselves from it. This is what government run healthcare has always been about. Empowering the tyrannical left.

Obamacare is a failure. Increased premiums between 300-500% so far, and they're going to continue to go even higher. NO ONES insurance costs went down. NO ONES insurance choices increased. People lost jobs, insurance, and healthcare because of it. A government healthcare system will NEVER succeed.

Once single payer goes in, the insurance costs will skyrocket. So the government will put in even larger price controls. Doctors will leave the business like they have been since Obamacare started. Because there will be no financial incentive to be a doctor. Controls will then be placed on pharmaceuticals, which will kill the development of new drugs as there will be no financial incentive to do it. Some doctors will go to the private systems that pop up that are reserved only for the most wealthy. These problems are all inevitable in a government run healthcare insurance system. The government does not exist to be efficient or turn a profit. It exists to spend as much money as it possibly can to sustain itself. Just look at the failed public education industry. This is why socialism and communism have failed every time they were tried in the history of the planet. They exist to empower tyrants.


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 19, 2017, 12:40:29 AM »
Which is why the Left, or to be honest any entity who wants societal change/control, goes after the family and education. Note how the agenda is to get the children earlier and earlier into a public school system or, failing that, into some kind of non-family institution- earlier and earlier. It reminds of how (I think this has changed) that the government even was pushing all the "formula" instead of breast-feeding. Call Me A Conspiracist but this idea to separate the child from the mother, dissolve the family, etc has been done with awful effect in Leftist countries. And also here and so-called  'capitalists' like the idea of no family structure- schools to make workers, two working parents needed to make 'ends meet' (which by basic economics means less wage level since more workers,) etc. (Hey, I almost sounded like Bernie in that last bit!  ;) )

And we know how much the welfare system has helped the family. Specifically designed to destroy the family. One of the few things the government is successful at.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 18, 2017, 07:00:27 PM »
I think we should let the individual States implement whatever healthcare system they wish. A 'single payer" socialist, no healthcare and private market only, to mixed systems. Many of our States are larger in size and population than many European countries and we have a wide diversity of people and ideas. Why must there always be "one answer?" Let the States handle it as they wish and let us see the effectiveness and cost/benefits of the ideas. They could decide what to cover, who it covers (for example California could say that child sex change operations and illegals would be covered but Iowa might not.) Veterans and Medicare can remain but see what happens. No Federal funding and the States need to figure out funding (by taxes, fees, incentives, or whatever.) And what about a monetary benefit for healthy people without a preexisting condition? And screening immigrants for diseases and healthy lifestyle and only take those people in.

Yes the all or nothing approach keeps the govt from
Ever doing anything useful. Hence why you don't want them running healthcare into the toilet as they have succeeded in doin so now.

At this point letting the states handle it sounds good. The only problem is the red states open market system will be much cheaper and provide the best coverage in the world leaving no one left to pay for the failed over priced coverage of the precious blue state single payer system. The only answer would be to build a wall, around the red states.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 18, 2017, 01:14:21 PM »
Isn't your immigration policy faith based? 

Opening the door to the worst people in the world, with the hope they'll become something different?


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 18, 2017, 10:04:26 AM »
It sounds like you were lucky to find an individual policy prior to the ACA, i.e. no pre-existing conditions.

My premium went down significantly after the ACA, saving me about $600/mo, and from a $6,000 deductible to no deductible (with a minimal co-pay per visit).

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Yeah and Trump colluded with Russians to rig the election and beat Hillary. Great story bro.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 18, 2017, 12:59:20 AM »
Good.  All this would have done is take Obama's name off this piece of garbage and turn it into something the Rs would then own.  It would be stupid to do that. 

And its not about 'cuts' or handouts or who gets more or less.  It should be about what's best for the people in this country who get up every morning, go to work, and pay for all this.  Those taking advantage and living off the system should get the leftover crumbs, if any. 

The way things have gone for 50+ years is the Ds get into office and ratchet up the handouts, the Rs get into office and accept the ratcheted up programs as the new normal instead of reversing them, the Ds get back into office and ratchet up the handouts again... until we have a $20+ Trillion national debt and $100+ Trillion more in unfunded liabilities, and no interest or ability by anyone to address any of it.

Meanwhile, the Ds tell their constituents to continue sitting on their asses, that all will be taken care of - just keep voting for them.  When it all collapses, these people will be left with no skills, no education, and no ability to fend for themselves.

Just a way of raising taxes on everyone with a job and hiding it. No one that supports Obamacare uses it. They have no experience with it. I have a friend who lost her job, her insurance is $2,000mo under Cobra. $2,000mo! Before Obamacare, $150mo. Thanks Obamacare. Idiots on the left speak from ignorance as always. No sense in acknowledging them directly. They're ignorant sheep.

Govt healthcare will fail by design. We will all have single payer shoved down our throats. The healthcare provided will be equal to the quality provided by DMV. The rich will go buy private healthcare and pay for both. Just like our failed public school industry.

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Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: July 17, 2017, 12:04:13 AM »
Bummer. I liked him in Rounders.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 16, 2017, 10:47:50 PM »
He's been an awful, destructive Senator for the most part - one of the Rinos who campaign as Conservatives at home then do the opposite in DC.  ''Oh, he's a ''Maverick'', doncha know''.  The worst he's done was create the ''Gang of 14'' during the Bush II years -when the Rs had a majority in the Senate 14 Senators from both parties formed the group supposedly to be the moderate arbiters of legislation and judicial confirmations.  Of course that always seemed to go in favor of the Democrats, effectively giving them control of the Senate. 

Hopefully he'll just die sometime in the next few days

Can't believe I forgot the Mccain/Feingold campaign finance reform bill passed in 2002. It of course was going to remove the big money from politics. Example, in 2000 Bush v Gore was around a total 100 million. By 2008 Obama alone spent well over a billion. His 2nd term the presidential races spent around 4 billion. Great job John!

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 16, 2017, 02:09:54 PM »


So, can we just call John McCain a Democrat now? Clearly, he's working for them.  ::) ;D

He has been forever. He was an ass all through W's presidency, running to CNN and MSNBC every chance he got to criticize W. They were more than happy to play his ass and use him to push their left wing agendas.

Clearly the Democrat rigmasters had a play in him winning the Republican primaries in 2008. How he won has always been a mystery. He was never a favorite of Republican voters or conservative talk radio. The establishment play clearly was Hillary or Mccain, win win. They obviously didn't see Obama coming, but for the left his anti-American views were an even bigger win.

And let's not forget Mccains involvement in the Keating Five, the only Republican member, which lead to the savings and loan collapse. "The Keating Five were five United States Senators accused of corruption in 1989, igniting a major political scandal as part of the larger Savings and Loan crisis of the late 1980s and early 1990s. The five senators Ė Alan Cranston (Democrat of California), Dennis DeConcini (Democrat of Arizona), John Glenn (Democrat of Ohio), John McCain (Republican of Arizona), and Donald W. Riegle, Jr. (Democrat of Michigan)" - wiki. Not exactly moderate democrats either.

Nows he's just senile. His questioning of James Comey last month was an embarrassment. He was clearly mentally incompacitated as he didn't know the difference between the Hillary email investigation and the Trump/Russian matter.

He is one of the many reasons there needs to be major term limits innacted for Senate and congress. Limit anyone to a rotal of 10 years in the house/senate and then you're out. Trump really should make a play to push for this. Under normal circumstances he'd get support from both sides of the electorate, but sadly the left has lost their minds and now their only purpose is oppose Trump. The Senate is by far the most corrupt group in DC, by a mile. Amazing they can stay there for 3 4 5 decades, make hundreds of millions, and never be investigated.

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Common problem in any digital terrain model rendering, or how you present data in a paper.  Sun should be coming from 315į, such that highlights are NW and shadows are SE for maximum understanding by the most people.

Here's what it should look like.

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The image of the planet Mars is screwed up. Olympus Mons looks like a crater not a volcano. The light and shadows are not correct. They don't match the direction of of light hitting the planet. Weird.


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"Homo erectus" 😄

From the planet Uranus.

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Archive of Old Threads / Re: Coffee Lovers, Voice Your Opinion!
« on: July 15, 2017, 09:32:41 PM »
Also, there's a lot more caffeine in beans that are roasted less.  ;)

Better flavor too. I've always preferred lighter roast as to me it tastes like coffee. Whereas dark roasts just tastes burnt. And Starbucks and all the other similar chain places all totally over roast and their coffee tastes like charcoal. When I grind at home I prefer Kona beans, they're always light roast and taste amazing.

7-eleven exclusive blend is pretty good too for gas station coffee. 7-eleven really takes pride in their quality and selection. Love good gas station coffee.

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Random Topics / Re: Releasing Fukushima Water
« on: July 14, 2017, 05:21:28 PM »
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/07/14/fishermen-express-fury-fukushima-plant-set-release-radioactive/

What insanity. That plume will go all throughout the Pacific. If tritium is so harmless then keeping it in tanks or inventing a way to filter it out won't take them long. Wait disregard this story, it's not important, someone just had a vodka, call for a special prosecutor.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 14, 2017, 01:39:47 PM »
Take a break. You're running on empty.  :D


Leftwing losers been runnin on empty for decades. Still waiting for a single well thought out argument from any of them on here. Have yet to see one. And don't expect it. They're incapable of critical thinking. Just a sad genetic deficiency

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 14, 2017, 09:00:48 AM »
Because he was trying to expose Hillary's emails. You know, the one's she broke federal law several times to protect.  ;)

This whole Russia conspiracy didn't start until Hillary's campaign started tanking hard. Their narritve is that Americans couldn't have possibly voted for Trump when they could've had a queen like her. It must have been the Russians. Pathetic...and so is anyone who falls for it.  ::)

The reality is the Dems cannot fathom losing an election when they had the Russians, the media, the dead, 5-10 million illegals, 50 freebies in CA. It's mathematically impossible to them. It's also proof that despite having totally bastardized education and media, and having strangleholds on on them, the left is still a minority. The middle class and truly educated are all moderate to right and they knew Hillary had nothing to offer but the same loser path Obama had the country on.

Trump is charismatic, persuasive, and accomplished to a majority of open minded Americans. However he's not god, and taking on the establishment and Democrat media with almost no help from establishment Republicans is almost impossible. So fine, we'll waste 8 years, reverse some of the crap OBama did, and prevent Dems from causing more damage. It's still much better than the alternative.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 13, 2017, 10:21:32 PM »
t = true (as in t/f on a test)
rump = ass

So what's your point?

This is kind of detailed political analasys i like. 😄

Although there are similarities with both, Trump isn't Reagan, and he isn't Arnold. And thank God the United States isn't California. Just gonna have to be patient, things are happening behind the scenes that will allow for a beautiful healthcare law. The pendulum is swinging. This Jr story has already petered.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 13, 2017, 05:17:14 PM »
Mitch McConnell needs to go.  He doesn't seem to know how to twist arms to get legislation through.  He's an embarrassment and only serves his Chamber of Commerce cronies.

Agreed with both above points. This is what happens when the establishment is in charge. They're really not interested in changing things because they're all making billions and have been for the last few decades. Trump is different, he'll keep pushing the ball forward. I actually don't see him running for a 2nd term. Fighting all of Washington and the media isn't worth it. He's in his 70s, he's loaded, he needs to enjoy life. He's not a professional politician, he actually has a life, the establishment in DC lives for the game.

In the end 4 years of Trump is still better than the alternative. Much better.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 12, 2017, 04:13:57 PM »
The problem is they've managed to derail Trump on the issues he campaigned on.  The Congress wasn't able to move legislation on health care insurance reform, tax reform, immigration reform, or rebuilding the military, and I don't hear a thing about overhauling the budget.

When they get back from their summer recess, they will be focused on the off year elections of 2018, and positioning themselves for re-election instead of doing the heavy lifting and sticking out their necks to pass legislation that the country needs but is easy to attack.

As we've already seen on this thread, the obstructionists will then point to the lack of getting anything done when they run against the Republican majority. 


The Rs should have had legislation ready to go in January.  They didn't.  Trump should have ignored his detractors and focused on the agenda.  He didn't.

There's still a long way to go. 7 1/2 years left to get things done. The big stuff will be handled, just takes time. I disagree on ignoring the distractions. W tried that approach and he ended up being blamed for a hurricane. I agree, Trump needs to go on the offense. Break the law, go to jail. The Achilles heal are the Rinos. They were elected to do a job and they're just a sham. We all know the DNC is worthless, so their lack of contribution is expected.

Even if nothing else's gets done, huge progress has still been made in reverse some of the damage OBama caused and Hillary was blocked from being president so we win.

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Crazy close call in San Francisco. Could've been the worst aviation accident in history.


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 12, 2017, 11:27:01 AM »
Don't worry, the Australian media is just as toxic and focused on Trump as it is everywhere else.
For example, this is currently on the front page of the ABC site:

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-07-12/what-donald-trump-scandal-will-make-us-republicans-stand-up/8702346

Not a single piece of evidence has been uncovered supporting anything illegal at all between Trump and Russians. This "matter" started with accusations Flynn rigged the election with help of Russians. Now it's been diluted down to a guy once had a glass of vodka. Treason! Impeachment!

This entire narrative is a bigger joke than the fake man made global warming/cooling/disruption/change "matter". Now there is no accusation at all. No solution. Nothing measurable. No evidence. Just a continued mantra by the media throwing around unsubstantiated claims of treason and demanding impeachment. Based on no laws broken and no evidence.

One has a hard time formulating a defense against it as there isn't even an "it".
Just another democrat/media distraction confirming they have nothing to offer the country in the form of solutions or ideas on how to tackle the problems our country faces. It's growing boring.
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 12, 2017, 09:14:49 AM »
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-07-12/borderline-migrants-in-limbo-at-us-mexico-fence/8693682

Funny, it takes ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) to report this. They're as far from the US/Mexico border as the DemocratMedia is from sanity.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 11, 2017, 10:17:12 PM »
Wow this is so shocking. No information was given for no compensation and no laws were broken. I'm just glad I'm a registered independent like every other libtard lemming I know. I think we can all agree it's nice to have Meister back, I mean Coaster. Welcome back. And before you disappear, take care.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: July 11, 2017, 05:35:30 PM »
Give it a few days, and the times similar things have been done by Democrats, and celebrated as "great campaigning" will start coming out. And this "matter" will dry up and blow away in the wind.

I apologize I was wrong again. It was a few minutes.

http://www.politico.com/story/2017/01/ukraine-sabotage-trump-backfire-233446

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Ukrainian government officials tried to help Hillary Clinton and undermine Trump by publicly questioning his fitness for office. They also disseminated documents implicating a top Trump aide in corruption and suggested they were investigating the matter, only to back away after the election. And they helped Clintonís allies research damaging information on Trump and his advisers, a Politico investigation found.

A Ukrainian-American operative who was consulting for the Democratic National Committee met with top officials in the Ukrainian Embassy in Washington in an effort to expose ties between Trump, top campaign aide Paul Manafort and Russia, according to people with direct knowledge of the situation.

The Ukrainian efforts had an impact in the race, helping to force Manafortís resignation and advancing the narrative that Trumpís campaign was deeply connected to Ukraineís foe to the east, Russia. But they were far less concerted or centrally directed than Russiaís alleged hacking and dissemination of Democratic emails.

Any questions? Poof


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