I think 4 dead bodies speak louder than her 11 hours of "she can't remember"...
can't remember that Benghazi has been discussed over and over and over. And that fact that at least seven official investigations, many of them from Republican Congressional and Senate committees, have found Hillary blameless. And you have read of these Congressional investigations over and over. And been told of their findings clearing Hillary over and over. And yet you keep bringing up Benghazi over and over.
Apparently the people who provide you with the talking points you use have decided it's time to talk about Benghazi again, and you took it as an order.
Repeat it enough, and it will become fact.
So, again, here are the facts. http://www.factcheck.org/2016/11/pac-attack-on-clintons-benghazi-record/
The tapes I'd like to hear are the ones recorded in between takes on the Apprentice shows. It's been said that his true ugly racist misogynist self can be clearly heard.
There's a lot of suicides though.
Japan’s suicide rate is the sixth highest in the world and the second worst among eight major industrialized nations, according to the latest government white paper on suicide measures released Tuesday.
This year’s report, approved by the Cabinet, shows that the number of people who took their own life declined to 21,897 in 2016, the lowest level in 22 years. But the figures also show that suicide was the top cause of death among people in five age groups from 15 to 39, a trend that stands out amid a decline in other generations.
Japan’s suicide rate (the number of suicides per 100,000 people) stood at 19.5 as of 2014. Russia topped the list of eight major economies at 21.8. Japan’s rate was higher than 15.1 in France, 13.4 in the U.S., 12.6 in Germany, 11.3 in Canada, 7.5 in Britain and 7.2 in Italy. The year of most-recent available statistics varies by country
Not sure what point you're trying to make, but if you want to compare Trump's America unfavourably with another industrialised democracy you should choose somewhere culturally a bit closer.
Not sure what point you're trying to make,
He was making a factually untrue argument in favor of abolishing freedom and civil rights.
Or rather, he linked to a video that made such an argument.
Those freedom haters sound frustrated that Americans refuse to abandon our freedom.
Japan's low gun levels have nothing to do with their low crime rates.
Here’s just how weakened Trump has become
Trump spent the entire campaign, and the early days of his presidency, as a bully who preemptively threw punches at anyone who might be about to get in his way.
Since that time, as he’s failed in office on every level, he’s gradually transformed into what all bullies are under the surface: a cowardly weakling.
His latest move (or lack of a move) today serves to underline just how weakened he’s become.
Last night, Senator John McCain used his Liberty Medal acceptance speech to slam Trump for being “half baked” and “unpatriotic.”
These were fighting words, and McCain knew it.
When one of America’s most famous war heroes accuses the President of the United States of being unpatriotic, it’s got to sting.
We’ve all seen Trump attack McCain before, having accused him of not really being a war hero because he was captured.
Yet this time around, Trump’s response to McCain was something along the lines of pathetic.
Here was what Trump said about McCain today:
“Be careful because at some point I fight back.”
That’s all this guy has left?
He’s threatening to maybe say something mean about McCain down the road, but only if McCain keeps condemning him?
This was so weak, it prompted McCain to come right back swinging at him.
John McCain’s response to Trump was:
“It’s fine with me, I’ve faced some fairly significant adversaries in the past.”
This is how weakened Trump has become.
He’s desperate to publicly lash out at McCain, but he’s afraid of him.
Trump is historically unpopular, his own staff is turning against him, the popular discussion among the public is whether his mental incompetence is too severe for him to remain on the job, and world leaders all think he’s a joke.
Now we get to watch McCain eat him for breakfast.
"When you think startin' a fight with an American war hero battlin' brain cancer is a winnin' strategy, your presidency is OVER."