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So they are cheering him on now?
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Absolutely. Kerry, Clinton, and Schumer all came out in favor of the bombing. And from CNN, hack Fareed Zakaria:

"I think Donald Trump became President of the United States" last night.
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My lord it could just be he was right.
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You asked a question, and I answered it.

And you can take a look at MSNBC's Brian Williams's deranged response as well, quoting Leonard Cohen!!:

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Don't knock Brian Williams...he was there, fighting on the front lines against IsIs.
"Torture doesn't work" lol
Guess they forgot to tell Bill Buckley.

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Out of curiosity, does anyone here believe the propaganda being spewed by the mainstream media and the government?
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Could you be more specific?
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Out of curiosity, does anyone here believe the propaganda being spewed by the mainstream media and the government?



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? Something different about recent content samples?
Does it look like something other than legit sponsored infotainment with the usual levels of trigger text and bait images to you?
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I see the price of a dozen memes has gone way down recently.
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What can you learn from showing students with ADD the benefits of knowing the basic fallacies when you are not allowed to design tests or keep the data?

How do you measure a meme?
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Absolutely. Kerry, Clinton, and Schumer all came out in favor of the bombing. And from CNN, hack Fareed Zakaria:

"I think Donald Trump became President of the United States" last night.


It's about time the US has a President with a backbone. Because of his move in Syria, China now wants to work with us to stop North Korea from advancing their nuclear capabilities. Something that North Korea has been advancing for the last 8.5 years all the while laughing at the US until now! Finally!

You have a loose cannon in North Korea and if China can't get them to comply at least we can rest assured the US has an administration in charge that will protect our own interests and people!
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My lord it could just be he was right.



Absolutely not! Trump can look at a color that is blue and say it's blue but the mainstream media will say, "Can you believe Trump had to think about what color he was looking at before naming it? Besides, it's not blue, it's blue-ish with grey in it".

Journalism is dead and has been for a decade now. As Metallica states, "Sad but True".
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On Apr 12, 2017, RNK wrote: Absolutely not! Trump can look at a color that is blue and say it's blue but the mainstream media will say, "Can you believe Trump had to think about what color he was looking at before naming it? Besides, it's not blue, it's blue-ish with grey in it".



Come now, it is clearly Green and you are obviously focussing on the complete absence of yellow aspect only...
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What can you learn from showing students with ADD the benefits of knowing the basic fallacies when you are not allowed to design tests or keep the data?

How do you measure a meme?

With a sock puppet of course.
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Absolutely. Kerry, Clinton, and Schumer all came out in favor of the bombing. And from CNN, hack Fareed Zakaria:

"I think Donald Trump became President of the United States" last night.


It's about time the US has a President with a backbone. Because of his move in Syria, China now wants to work with us to stop North Korea from advancing their nuclear capabilities. Something that North Korea has been advancing for the last 8.5 years all the while laughing at the US until now! Finally!



In other words, you now agree with the stated Syria policy of the losing Presidential candidate, a policy which the current President explicitly strongly opposed and who based much of his campaign on that opposition.

"I say it's spinach and the hell with it."*

*Those readers who are not Grumpy Old Men can look up the Carl Rose cartoon reference online.
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I think it is a rabbit hole.

While it is bad to gas children, we are not the police of the world.

I have no idea if there is a right answer. Maybe it is just the least wrong answer.

I simply don't know.
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The enemy of my enemy got some bad publicity.

How many times...
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On Apr 12, 2017, RNK wrote:
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On Apr 7, 2017, landmark wrote:
Absolutely. Kerry, Clinton, and Schumer all came out in favor of the bombing. And from CNN, hack Fareed Zakaria:

"I think Donald Trump became President of the United States" last night.


It's about time the US has a President with a backbone. Because of his move in Syria, China now wants to work with us to stop North Korea from advancing their nuclear capabilities. Something that North Korea has been advancing for the last 8.5 years all the while laughing at the US until now! Finally!



In other words, you now agree with the stated Syria policy of the losing Presidential candidate, a policy which the current President explicitly strongly opposed and who based much of his campaign on that opposition.

"I say it's spinach and the hell with it."*

*Those readers who are not Grumpy Old Men can look up the Carl Rose cartoon reference online.


Perhaps the winning candidate's statements during the election were based on the assumption that there would be no "need" for action in Syria due to the claims of his predecessor and a number of people in the former administration (including the losing candidate) that "100%" of the chemical weapons in Syria were gone.

Turns out it's hard to know with certainty when all of the WMDs are gone. Who knew?
"Torture doesn't work" lol
Guess they forgot to tell Bill Buckley.

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I see the price of a dozen memes has gone way down recently.



I apologize for the belated acknowledgement, but this was hilarious.
"Torture doesn't work" lol
Guess they forgot to tell Bill Buckley.

"...as we reason and love, we are able to hope. And hope enables us to resist those things that would enslave us."
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