Matt Wuerker for August 11, 2016

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    braindead Premium Member over 7 years ago

    He did NOT say what he said.And he did NOT mean what it was that he said.

    And if YOU think what he said means what he said, then YOU are just a media puppet who twists his words and takes them out of context.

    And you have blood coming out of your wherever.

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  2. Crow
    Happy Two Shoes  over 7 years ago

    Everytime insane Trump steps away from the teleprompter he causes a disaster with his whiney yapper.

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  3. Crow
    Happy Two Shoes  over 7 years ago

    Trump directly accused President Obama of being the “founder” of ISIS, and “Crooked” Hillary Clinton as being the co-founder. This is still pure, unutterable lies, plain pure and simple. The creation of Daesh can be laid at the feet of only one place, the Bush-Cheney death cabal and their loyal lackeys.

    The creation of ISIS took place in 2003-2004.

    The sole demon in the creation of Daesh was the disastrous Bush-Cheney decision of deBaathification.

    The Iraqi army was a state organ, every member had to be a Baath party member. This was a large army. Many of the members were veterans of not just one but two wars against the United States. It was purged by Paul Bremer on behalf of Bush and Cheney. Suddenly, almost overnight thousands and thousands of highly trained, seasoned veteran Iraqi soldiers and officers were thrown into the street, with no job, no way to feed or support their families and no future.

    This was the genesis of ISIS. They were filled with a hatred for the U.S. and western democracies and a thirst for revenge on the government that discarded them. It only took a couple of inspirational firebrands to unite them to a new cause, jihad. Most of the senior commanders of ISIS, and by some reports their top leader are all senior Iraqi military men. It should have been a sure tip off to the Iraqi military when these guys showed up in identical dress, marching in precise, tactical positions that this was not some local rabble out to pick a fight. In the early days it turned out that ISIS was better trained and prepared than the actual Iraqi military, and they routed them all along the line. As a world we are still paying the dues for the Bush-Cheney decision, and so are the people of Iraq.

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    Mr. Blawt  over 7 years ago

    The general image of people in this zodiac sign is of always being smart, clever and intelligent, especially in their career and wealth. They are lively, flexible, quick-witted and versatile. In addition, their gentleness and honesty bring them an everlasting love life. Although they were born with enviable skills, they still have several shortcomings, such as an impetuous temper and a tendency to look down upon others.This seems like the opposite of what Donald represents.

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    Godfreydaniel  over 7 years ago

    Intelligent people know, and honest people admit, that Clinton is NOT going to “take guns away from people.” But of course intelligent and honest people don’t go to Trump rallies.

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    Dtroutma  over 7 years ago

    Well, the monkey is certainly throwing a lot of “stuff” at us out of his cage and through the bars.

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    Kip W  over 7 years ago

    Over at Twitter, someone has analyzed the Trump Twitter account, and it appears consistent that the calm, sane tweets come from someone on an iPhone, and all the virulent, nasty, threatening blustery ones come from an Android. The conclusion is that Trump is the one on the Android, using words.

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