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What's the chance of Ted Cruz becoming president?

 
 
RABEL222
 
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Reply Thu 7 Nov, 2013 03:30 pm
@Moment-in-Time,
If coldjoint happens to post something useful while you have him on ignore you will miss it. Just dont post to him as long as he is insulting.
coldjoint
 
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Reply Thu 7 Nov, 2013 03:34 pm
@RABEL222,
Quote:
If coldjoint happens to post something useful while you have him on ignore you will miss it. Just dont post to him as long as he is insulting.


Don't you have to get your skirt to the dry cleaners?
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Moment-in-Time
 
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Reply Thu 7 Nov, 2013 03:55 pm
@RABEL222,
Quote:

If coldjoint happens to post something useful while you have him on ignore you will miss it. Just dont post to him as long as he is insulting.


You miss the point, my fellow poster. The reality is CJ has nothing whatsoever I wish to read therefore his posting something that might be "useful" to me doesn't cut it. The poster's board persona is not compatible with mine, plain and simple. What might work for you, Rabel, doesn't necessarily work for me.
RABEL222
 
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Reply Thu 7 Nov, 2013 03:59 pm
@Moment-in-Time,
OK. Sad
Moment-in-Time
 
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Reply Thu 7 Nov, 2013 04:07 pm
@RABEL222,
You're still a poster I admire, friend.
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LvB
 
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Reply Fri 8 Nov, 2013 12:58 am
@Moment-in-Time,
You wont miss a thing.
cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Fri 8 Nov, 2013 11:22 am
@coldjoint,
Your so-called FACTS are based on isolated events. Why don't you post what the Iraelis have done to the Palestinians? You know; numbers matching of innocents killed by each side.
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Moment-in-Time
 
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Reply Fri 8 Nov, 2013 12:49 pm
@JTT,
Quote:

What sort of mental disconnect is it that you have, Frank, that leads you to so often describe yourself?


Pardon me, JTT, but are you asking Frank Apisa if he's suffering from a mental illness?! Goodness Gracious! YOU, of all people, do not have the validness to call another mentally ill? Pray tell, JTT, just how would you describe your mental disorder which is prominently displayed through your monomaniacal manner every day, 24/7, unceasing criticism of the US?! Your enthusiastic compulsion with the crimes of America reflects a warped sense of perception when there are so many other countries with serious crimes against humanity. We currently have Syria whose death toll is now at 100,000. You say you're not in America, so why do you ignore the crimes of al-Assad of Syria?!

Why do you, JTT, heavily criticize reasonable posters on this board who are not in sync with you? Are you secretly afraid of them?! Fear is sometimes known as a trigger to chaotic behavior by the critic. Are you perhaps jealous of the very alert poster who challenges you? What is your problem?! Have you thought of getting a second opinion regarding your psychiatric problem?

I have read at some Mental Health Institutions, patients are allowed to use the computer as a therapeutic exercise, gradually adjusting themselves into society by interacting with a wider audience through the Net. Is that your particular situation, JTT? If so, I apologize for my heavy comment.....I do not want to add to your problems.
JTT
 
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Reply Fri 8 Nov, 2013 01:17 pm
@Moment-in-Time,
You're no different than Frank, MiT. Both of you are rank apologists for US war crimes and US terrorism.

Quote:
Your enthusiastic compulsion with the crimes of America reflects a warped sense of perception when there are so many other countries with serious crimes against humanity. We currently have Syria whose death toll is now at 100,000.


The Syrian situation is small potatoes compared to what the US has done, and continues to do on a daily basis. It's very likely that the US has had a big hand in the Syrian problems, as they always do whenever there is a problem around the world.

Can you say, or even spell, Iraq & Afghanistan?

The US is the largest supplier of arms on the planet. The US is far and away the leading terrorist group on the planet.

The phrase 'war on terrorism' should always be used in quotes, cause there can't possibly be a war on terrorism, it's impossible. The reason is it's led by one of the worst terrorist states in the world, in fact it's led by the only state in the world which has been condemned by the highest international authorities for international terrorism, namely the World Court and Security Council, except that the US vetoed the resolution.
- Noam Chomsky

Quote:
Why do you, JTT, heavily criticize reasonable posters on this board who are not in sync with you?


Frank is not a reasonable poster. He is, again, like you, and so many others, a rank apologist for the US. He is, like you, a coward of epic proportions who refuses to look at the myriad crimes of the US, the constant ongoing terrorism that the US engages in daily, relentlessly, against all the weak countries of the world.



moderncat
 
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Reply Fri 8 Nov, 2013 01:22 pm
@cicerone imposter,
From what I heard, Ted Cruz will be a great candidate against Hilary Clinton. Being a Republican, I feel Clinton will win the presidency. Cruz does not have a lot of patience and may show during the race.

My opinion as a Republican, No Cruz will not win even though I would love to have a Republican in office
Moment-in-Time
 
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Reply Fri 8 Nov, 2013 02:25 pm
@JTT,
Firstly, I do not apologize for America as I've repeatedly posted I am my country's greatest critic.

Secondly, how does obsessively criticizing the US over and over and over change anything? We all know what you're going to say because you have said it endlessly! So why the tenacious need to keep on harping? Is doing so similar to a "security blanket" held by insecure children?

Thirdly, it seems being war-like is very much a part of the human species (the animal man). We are the only species that kill for sport. Since the dawn of man he has been killing, and I don't mean merely trying to survive, but many times he will take a very long time to plan the execution/murder of someone he hate. America happens to be the greatest power on earth and its no wonder that so much happens that is unfavorable to the US...still many countries look to us to lead.

Iraq was indeed unfortunate! The US "broke" it. It was a sovereign nation that never should have been invaded. Americans were even more unfortunate that politics stepped in via a partisan SCOTUS giving us the guileless George W Bush whose presidency was in effect led by the sociopath Dick Cheney. Cheney did not give a damn how many American military got killed and in his mind Iraqi citizens were subhuman, so a profiteering he went for his "former" company Halliburton and its subsidiaries; the second reason for the UNnecessary invasion of Iraq was to get rid of an Israeli enemy. In fact, Israel had been wanting the US to topple Iraq since the first invasion, "Desert Storm," but Bush senior felt content to chase Saddam back to Iraq out of Kuwait. Since that moment on, insecure Israel thought Hussein would send missiles with nerve gas warheads into the Zionist nation.

The UK helped willingly in this Iraq invasion, but France, Germany, Russia, these other highly advanced western nations refused to join the US coalition to invade Iraq....They were correct to refuse to be coerced into joining the US.

The war on Afghanistan had all the Western nations involved in the chase for Bin Ladin. We would most likely have captured the chief terrorist had the US and the Willing for the Coalition remained together in that country. But a few days after invading Afghanistan, the US pulled the majority of troops out, leaving just a handful there and proceeded to invade Iraq. That was a grave tactical mistake, because it gave the Taliban a chance to reemerge full force while the US full attention was on the oil wells in Iraq. Now it seems Iraq and Afghanistan will never get right in this generation.

All of us are connected globally instantaneously and the world looks to the US as a leader. We, the US, makes errors all the time because simply put we are an imperfect species. You will no doubt be criticizing the US after your death if it were possible.

You are who you are, JTT. You appear to be ENSLAVED to your obsessive need to criticize America. This is an illness. I reiterate, are you sure you're not a patient?

Moment-in-Time
 
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Reply Fri 8 Nov, 2013 02:38 pm
@LvB,
Quote:
You wont miss a thing.


Thanks. You won't fine me disagreeing with you.
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cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Fri 8 Nov, 2013 02:58 pm
@Moment-in-Time,
Quote:
Secondly, how does obsessively criticizing the US over and over and over change anything? We all know what you're going to say because you have said it endlessly!


I just put JTT on Ignore. It saves me time; his message is repeated ad nauseum with only word changes. He's a ******* bore, and a waste of good cyber space.
Advocate
 
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Reply Fri 8 Nov, 2013 04:36 pm
@moderncat,
You say you would love a Rep president. God forbid! Haven't they done enough damage to our country.

Bush lied us into a horrible war in Iraq that will probably end up costing us $6 trillion. He ruined the economy, giving us a near depression. Nixon ran a burglary ring out of the White House, among many other horribles. Hoover and Coolidge brought us the great depression. Reagan brought us Reaganomics, which have led to the huge national debt.
mysteryman
 
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Reply Fri 8 Nov, 2013 05:10 pm
@Advocate,
Carter gave us the "misery index" because the economy was so bad during his term.

Kennedy and Johnson gave us Vietnam.

Do you really want to compare presidents by party?
edgarblythe
 
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Reply Fri 8 Nov, 2013 05:11 pm
@mysteryman,
mysteryman wrote:

Carter gave us the "misery index" because the economy was so bad during his term.

Kennedy and Johnson gave us Vietnam.

Do you really want to compare presidents by party?

And of course Nixon had nothing to do with Vietnam and the fall of Cambodia.
Finn dAbuzz
 
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Reply Fri 8 Nov, 2013 08:49 pm
@edgarblythe,
Nixon "inherited" Vietnam and Cambodia.

Hell, if it works for Obama it should work for Nixon.
JTT
 
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Reply Fri 8 Nov, 2013 09:01 pm
@mysteryman,
Quote:
Do you really want to compare presidents by party?


Do you, MM?

Quote:
Kennedy and Johnson gave us Vietnam.


Truman and Eisenhower started the terrorism against Vietnam. All your presidents continue the genocide and terrorist actions right up until Clinton relented.

Eisenhower started or continued a genocidal program in Guatemala and Korea. You really can't talk about a one of them without involving yourself in a whole lot of filth.
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JTT
 
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Reply Fri 8 Nov, 2013 09:28 pm
@Finn dAbuzz,
Quote:
Nixon "inherited" Vietnam and Cambodia.


See map at the link.

Quote:

http://www.yale.edu/cgp/Walrus_CambodiaBombing_OCT06.pdf

Bombs Over Cambodia

In the fall of 2000, twenty-five years after the end of the war in Indochina,
Bill Clinton became the first US president since Richard Nixon to visit
Vietnam. While media coverage of the trip was dominated by talk of
some two thousand US soldiers still classified as missing in action, a
small act of great historical importance went almost unnoticed. As a humanitarian gesture, Clinton released extensive Air Force data on all American bombings of Indochina between
1964 and 1975.

Recorded using a groundbreaking
ibm-designed system, the database provided extensive
information on sorties conducted over Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia.

Clinton’s gift was intended to assist in the search for unexploded ordnance left behind during the carpet bombing of the region. Littering the
countryside, often submerged under farmland, this ordnance remains
a significant humanitarian concern. It has maimed and killed farmers,
and rendered valuable land all but unusable. Development and demining organizations have put the Air Force data to good use over the past
six years, but have done so without noting its full implications, which
turn out to be staggering.
The still-incomplete database (it has several “dark” periods) reveals that
from October 4, 1965 to August 15, 1973, the United States dropped far
more ordnance on Cambodia than was previously believed: 2,756,941
tons’ worth, dropped in 230,516 sorties on 113,716 sites. Just over 10 percent of this bombing was indiscriminate, with
3,580 of the sites listed as having “unknown” targets and another 8,238
sites having no target listed at all. The database also shows that the bombing began four years earlier than is widely believed - not under Nixon, but under Lyndon Johnson.

The impact of this bombing, the subject of much debate for the past
three decades, is now clearer than ever. Civilian casualties in Cambodia drove an enraged populace into the arms of an insurgency that
had enjoyed relatively little support until the bombing began, setting
in motion the expansion of the Vietnam War deeper into Cambodia, a
coup d’état in 1970, the rapid rise of the Khmer Rouge, and ultimately
the Cambodian genocide.
jcboy
 
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Reply Fri 8 Nov, 2013 09:43 pm
For God! For family! For America! Yeah right!

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