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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: Today at 12:10:11 PM »
No talk about this on the thread http://thehill.com/policy/national-security/355749-fbi-uncovered-russian-bribery-plot-before-obama-administration

This is old news for those that do not suck on the MSM teat.
I can barely see you up there master. Is that really you? I don't pretend to be as learned as you but is it really old news that the Senate Judiciary Committee intends to probe this?

At this point there is no evidence Clinton was involved in decision making (which took place across multiple agencies), which is why it would be a huge story.

But it should be investigated (fairly!), given the allegations about bribery and coercion, no matter how high up the chain the wrongdoing, if any, occurred. If it results in criminal charges, so be it. No one should be above the law.

But, to use the Trump administration’s term, when it comes to the Clintons specifically, it will probably turn out to be yet another “nothing burger”, as all these GOP Clinton hunts invariably do. The more conspiracy minded will take that as yet more evidence of the Clintons’ evil ways, skills and reach. Trump will use it to his advantage no matter what (“ never mind my f**k ups, look at crooked Hillary!”) while he himself ignores emoluments issues.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: October 20, 2017, 02:20:02 PM »
You gotta wonder how these guys are involved in any part of a country's govt activities

A pastor who took part in a “laying of hands” prayer on President Donald Trump in the Oval Office last summer claims Hollywood is full of devil-worshippers who engage in human sacrifice and drink the blood of children.

“These people are full of the devil. These people can’t even be reasoned with,” Rodney Howard-Browne said in a sermon over the weekend. “They have already given their soul to the devil. Are you with me? These people go through seances, these people drink blood, these people sacrifice children.”

“They sacrifice children at the highest levels in Hollywood. They drink blood of young kids. This is a fact. That’s why the next thing to be exposed will be all the pedophilia that is going to come out of Hollywood and come out of Washington, D.C. The human sacrifice and the cannibalism has been going on for years.”

When someone told Howard-Browne that “they don’t do that,” he insisted that “it’s worse than what you think.”

Howard-Browne then described the supposed satanic rituals that go on in Hollywood.
“Many of the Hollywood actors that you go see on a screen, what you don’t know, they bring a witch, they do a big seance right there on the set and they worship devils and they allow devils to come into them before they take the part of what they’re going to act,” he said. “It’s a fact what I am telling you.”

The South Africa-born pastor and his wife, Adonica Howard-Browne, are founders of the Tampa-based Revival Ministries and its River church. Howard-Browne is also known for “Holy Laughter” ― when he touches his faithful, they collapse into laughter ― as well as his on-stage antics.

He's preaching to people who believe in creationism, Obama being a Kenyan muslim, Hillary murdering Vince Foster and Ron Brown and others, FEMA reeducation camps, Jade Helm, false flag government operations, gay conversion therapy and so on and on.

They've been conditioned to believe the very worst about anyone who doesn't think as they do. They believe that they are the real victims and that white christians are undergoing terrible persecution in the US (kind of like how many unionists saw any concession to catholics in the north as part of a zero sum game which necessitated their losing something).

Hollywood satanism and child sacrifice is not a huge stretch!

One does wonder how wealthy this "preacher" is though? :)

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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« on: October 18, 2017, 09:59:46 AM »
Moscow thumped Sevilla

Moscow were missing a number of players against Liverpool. Must have got them back, because they were terrible that night.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: October 16, 2017, 06:29:35 PM »
Liberals seem to thing that the entire country is hanging on every word of people like Don Lemon and Jimmy Kimmel.

Really? Who claims that?

Foxcommander is the only one who brings Lemon up here. I’ve seen him on tv once, interviewing a bunch of eejits in the Keys, drinking it up while everyone else evacuated a few weeks back.

And Kimmel raised a lot of awareness about the issues with GOP attempts to reform healthcare. Whether you think he was right or wrong, he used his platform and was influential.

If only the same attention could be brought to what us going on in the EPA and Interior Dept.

My liberal Facebook friends claim that

The fawning over the late night comedy shows to the Las Vegas shooting was hilarious....who actually gives a $hit what these people think

LOL-And Jimmy Kimmel even got his talking points on healthcare from Chuck Schumers office

http://dailycaller.com/2017/09/22/chuck-schumer-coached-jimmy-kimmel-behind-the-scenes-on-how-to-oppose-obamacare-repeal/

Do you think his viewers got a fair and unbiased interpretation of the issues?

Your Facebook friends = liberals.

Well by that standard based on some of my wife’s relatives on my Facebook feed, Glenn Beck and Fox News and various other right wing commentators have the country spellbound with THEIR “wisdom”.

And if you’re going to whine about Kimmel getting talking points on some issue, you should pick a topic other than guns and the Vegas massacre. There is one rational and one irrational side, not two equally valid stances.

 I never said  ALL liberals.....just Liberals generally.

I'm sure conservatives generally would agree with Glen Beck and Bill O Reilly more than they would agree with Rachel Maddow or Chris Hays

You didn't say "agree".

You spoke about them (liberals in general - i.e. most) apparently thinking that the whole country hang "on every word of people like Don Lemon and Jimmy Kimmel".

There's quite a lot that do J70.

There's even people on the left who pay attention to James Corden as some sore of role model ffs.
F*t t**ser.

And there's quite a lot of conservatives who pay attention to Rush Limbaugh, Alex Jones and even Kid Rock, Ted Nugent and Charlie Daniels (why does "shut up and sing!" not apply to them?).

And I didn't even know James Corden had ever uttered a political opinion in public. He's renowned for his karaoke in the car skits.

The f*t t*t has been at it on his late night show. As if he wasn't already insufferable :D

At what?

Has he been telling jokes at the expense of poor widdle Donald?


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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: October 16, 2017, 05:52:29 PM »
Liberals seem to thing that the entire country is hanging on every word of people like Don Lemon and Jimmy Kimmel.

Really? Who claims that?

Foxcommander is the only one who brings Lemon up here. I’ve seen him on tv once, interviewing a bunch of eejits in the Keys, drinking it up while everyone else evacuated a few weeks back.

And Kimmel raised a lot of awareness about the issues with GOP attempts to reform healthcare. Whether you think he was right or wrong, he used his platform and was influential.

If only the same attention could be brought to what us going on in the EPA and Interior Dept.

My liberal Facebook friends claim that

The fawning over the late night comedy shows to the Las Vegas shooting was hilarious....who actually gives a $hit what these people think

LOL-And Jimmy Kimmel even got his talking points on healthcare from Chuck Schumers office

http://dailycaller.com/2017/09/22/chuck-schumer-coached-jimmy-kimmel-behind-the-scenes-on-how-to-oppose-obamacare-repeal/

Do you think his viewers got a fair and unbiased interpretation of the issues?

Your Facebook friends = liberals.

Well by that standard based on some of my wife’s relatives on my Facebook feed, Glenn Beck and Fox News and various other right wing commentators have the country spellbound with THEIR “wisdom”.

And if you’re going to whine about Kimmel getting talking points on some issue, you should pick a topic other than guns and the Vegas massacre. There is one rational and one irrational side, not two equally valid stances.

 I never said  ALL liberals.....just Liberals generally.

I'm sure conservatives generally would agree with Glen Beck and Bill O Reilly more than they would agree with Rachel Maddow or Chris Hays

You didn't say "agree".

You spoke about them (liberals in general - i.e. most) apparently thinking that the whole country hang "on every word of people like Don Lemon and Jimmy Kimmel".

There's quite a lot that do J70.

There's even people on the left who pay attention to James Corden as some sore of role model ffs.
F*t t**ser.

And there's quite a lot of conservatives who pay attention to Rush Limbaugh, Alex Jones and even Kid Rock, Ted Nugent and Charlie Daniels (why does "shut up and sing!" not apply to them?).

And I didn't even know James Corden had ever uttered a political opinion in public. He's renowned for his karaoke in the car skits.

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General discussion / Re: Ophelia
« on: October 16, 2017, 04:57:51 PM »
Schools in occupied 6 counties to remain closed tomorrow

Aye the wife and kids are over joyed!! I'm traveling to Dublin tomorrow, surely it will have passed by then? I thought it was to be gone by 10 tonight!

I think the anticipated damage, damage assessment and clean-up is the issue for tomorrow, no?

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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« on: October 16, 2017, 02:56:49 PM »
To be honest there's a lot I don't like about Mourinho, but I don't see much wrong with setting up the way he does when needs be. They've scored a lot of goals against weaker teams, and they'll try keep it tight against the bigger teams. I wouldn't mind being able to do that. And if it delivers trophies, what's the issue?

Would you mind if you were a United supporter?

To go to Anfield against a Liverpool team struggling for goals along with a very mistake-prone and often disorganized defence? A Liverpool team who have, despite loads of chances and possessional dominance, failed to beat the likes of Burnley and Newcastle and a very poor Spartak Moscow?

Golden opportunity missed there for United to make a statement.

Even if they'd sat back most of the time, they could still have tried five or ten minutes here and there committing people forward.

I'm not complaining as a Liverpool fan. First issue playing United is not to lose. Everything else after that is bonus territory, especially at the moment. But, by comparison, I would have been very pissed off if Liverpool had gone to Old Trafford under Rodgers in the 13/14 season and played for a scoreless draw or a nicked win instead of going for the throat like they did in that game when they knew United were struggling.

I'm not saying Liverpool are anywhere near as poor as Moyes' United were then, but they clearly have issues right now and should have been worth at least a partial punt on Mourinho's part.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Ulster Club SFC 2017
« on: October 15, 2017, 05:54:03 PM »
Kilcar beat Glenties by 07-04 in Donegal final.

A point apiece in the second half. :o

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General discussion / Re: Ophelia
« on: October 15, 2017, 04:46:30 PM »
The auld fella used to talk about Debby all the time. Haystacks flying off over the hill, bridges being washed away and so on.

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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« on: October 14, 2017, 08:45:53 PM »
Its bizarre the way Mourinho sets up United in these games. The likes of Burnley had a much better go at Liverpool at Anfield this season already than United did today or in the game last season. City, if the two teams are in anything like the  respective form they're in right now, will come and try to rip Liverpool apart. United barely ventured out of their half, at least partly due to their own lack of ambition. Mourinho blamed Liverpool's dominance in the centre of the park, but he's the one that set up the team that way. Lukaku must have been going mad up there, stuck in the pocket of Lovren and Matip, just like he used to be with Everton, instead of wreaking havoc like much lesser players have already done to Liverpool.

DeGea, the man is simply peerless, at least in England. If there's one player I envy United about, its him. Class act.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: October 14, 2017, 06:24:50 PM »
Liberals seem to thing that the entire country is hanging on every word of people like Don Lemon and Jimmy Kimmel.

Really? Who claims that?

Foxcommander is the only one who brings Lemon up here. I’ve seen him on tv once, interviewing a bunch of eejits in the Keys, drinking it up while everyone else evacuated a few weeks back.

And Kimmel raised a lot of awareness about the issues with GOP attempts to reform healthcare. Whether you think he was right or wrong, he used his platform and was influential.

If only the same attention could be brought to what us going on in the EPA and Interior Dept.

My liberal Facebook friends claim that

The fawning over the late night comedy shows to the Las Vegas shooting was hilarious....who actually gives a $hit what these people think

LOL-And Jimmy Kimmel even got his talking points on healthcare from Chuck Schumers office

http://dailycaller.com/2017/09/22/chuck-schumer-coached-jimmy-kimmel-behind-the-scenes-on-how-to-oppose-obamacare-repeal/

Do you think his viewers got a fair and unbiased interpretation of the issues?

Your Facebook friends = liberals.

Well by that standard based on some of my wife’s relatives on my Facebook feed, Glenn Beck and Fox News and various other right wing commentators have the country spellbound with THEIR “wisdom”.

And if you’re going to whine about Kimmel getting talking points on some issue, you should pick a topic other than guns and the Vegas massacre. There is one rational and one irrational side, not two equally valid stances.

 I never said  ALL liberals.....just Liberals generally.

I'm sure conservatives generally would agree with Glen Beck and Bill O Reilly more than they would agree with Rachel Maddow or Chris Hays

You didn't say "agree".

You spoke about them (liberals in general - i.e. most) apparently thinking that the whole country hang "on every word of people like Don Lemon and Jimmy Kimmel".

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: October 14, 2017, 06:21:53 PM »
Quote
Five women have received payouts totalling $13 million from either Mr O'Reilly himself or Fox News' parent company 21st Century Fox following complaints about verbal abuse and unwanted sexual advances   

Can't see too many conservatives lining up with this guy

The more to deflect the more transparent you become, try and focus on your heroes donor and his sexual proclivities, its ok to admit your lot are a steaming pile of horseshit, some republicans are too, its just that you lot have so many more than they do!

Viable centralist party as a third option anyone????

Care to back that up?

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: October 14, 2017, 04:00:32 PM »
Lovely use of language stew  ::)

Saturday night is started early for stew!

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: October 14, 2017, 03:58:59 PM »
Liberals seem to thing that the entire country is hanging on every word of people like Don Lemon and Jimmy Kimmel.

Really? Who claims that?

Foxcommander is the only one who brings Lemon up here. I’ve seen him on tv once, interviewing a bunch of eejits in the Keys, drinking it up while everyone else evacuated a few weeks back.

And Kimmel raised a lot of awareness about the issues with GOP attempts to reform healthcare. Whether you think he was right or wrong, he used his platform and was influential.

If only the same attention could be brought to what us going on in the EPA and Interior Dept.

My liberal Facebook friends claim that

The fawning over the late night comedy shows to the Las Vegas shooting was hilarious....who actually gives a $hit what these people think

LOL-And Jimmy Kimmel even got his talking points on healthcare from Chuck Schumers office

http://dailycaller.com/2017/09/22/chuck-schumer-coached-jimmy-kimmel-behind-the-scenes-on-how-to-oppose-obamacare-repeal/

Do you think his viewers got a fair and unbiased interpretation of the issues?

Your Facebook friends = liberals.

Well by that standard based on some of my wife’s relatives on my Facebook feed, Glenn Beck and Fox News and various other right wing commentators have the country spellbound with THEIR “wisdom”.

And if you’re going to whine about Kimmel getting talking points on some issue, you should pick a topic other than guns and the Vegas massacre. There is one rational and one irrational side, not two equally valid stances.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: October 14, 2017, 03:17:51 PM »
Liberals seem to thing that the entire country is hanging on every word of people like Don Lemon and Jimmy Kimmel.

Really? Who claims that?

Foxcommander is the only one who brings Lemon up here. I’ve seen him on tv once, interviewing a bunch of eejits in the Keys, drinking it up while everyone else evacuated a few weeks back.

And Kimmel raised a lot of awareness about the issues with GOP attempts to reform healthcare. Whether you think he was right or wrong, he used his platform and was influential.

If only the same attention could be brought to what us going on in the EPA and Interior Dept.

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