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Raheesh, I give you an open invitation to email me about any topic at any time.
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Take it somewhere else
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Chances are high that you know who Robert Morrow is by now. The incendiary and oftentimes juvenile middle-aged author leapt to national prominence after ousting the incumbent Travis County Republican Party chair in the March 1 Texas primary.

Morrow’s Twitter feed – a jaw-dropping stream of sexually explicit political accusations targeting both parties, mixed with salacious photos of scantily clad women – has made appearances on national news as well as late-night comedy shows, eliciting caustic ridicule and utter disbelief. Morrow’s obscene remarks (a representative example: “Pretty sure George W. Bush can suck a dick better than Hillary Clinton”) as well as his promotion of pet conspiracy theories, including the insistence that Lyndon Baines Johnson facilitated the murder of John F. Kennedy and belief that Rick Perry and many in the Bush family are engaged in homosexual adultery, have put the local and state GOP on the attack, compelling them to mount a no-holds-barred campaign to unseat the freshly minted chair.

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His political priorities include free speech, low taxes, and lax gun laws: “I think the ATF should be a corner convenience store where you buy your alcohol, tobacco, and firearms,” he says. Less vehement about the social issues, Morrow is pro-choice and against same-sex marriage. When asked about immigration, his trademark lewdness creeps up: We should build a wall to “keep all the sexy Mexican Latinas inside the U.S.”
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Morrow is also an advocate of using the N-word on Facebook — and he berated a Texas Tribune reporter who asked him about the racist slur without uttering the actual word.

“You are a perfect example of what the Trump movement is revolting against because you can’t even pronounce the word nigger when you are talking about a Facebook post,” Morrow told the reporter. “What a pathetic excuse for a reporter you are.”

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As the world watched in horror at yet another mass shooting in America that sparked the debate on race relations, policing, and gun violence, state Sen. Katrina Shealy of Lexington placed blame for the country's problems squarely on the shoulders of "the media" in a Facebook post.

"Race is not our biggest problem... our biggest problem could very possibly (most likely) be the Media!!! If we could shut down all media for one month," she wrote. "The media sensationalizes everything that happens stirring the pot, fueling an already blazing fire."

But she does excuse one group from the month-long furlough - meteorologists.

So Shealy offers a weather-only newscast and to "let everyone else do their job I bet we would see a change," she said.

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On Monday, “Trunews” host Rick Wiles recounted a story about how he called the police after seeing a man taking photos of his office building, only to discover that the suspicious man was simply playing Pokémon Go on his phone.

Wiles, however, said that something sinister is afoot, warning that “these Pokémon creatures are like virtual, cyber-demons” and that “what this man, Friday, was trying to find was the Pokémon demon that had been placed inside the ‘Trunews’ office.”

“What if this technology is transferred to Islamic jihadists and Islamic jihadists have an app that shows them where Christians are located geographically?” he asked, noting that many of the app’s PokeStops and Gyms include churches and other houses of worship.

“The enemy, Satan, is targeting churches with virtual, digital, cyber-demons,” Wiles said, before adding: “I believe this thing is a magnet for demonic powers.”

Wiles went on to claim that “Pokémon masters” may soon start “telling people to kill people in those buildings” in order to catch more Pokémon, comparing the use of the App to Philando Castile’s girlfriend use of Facebook Live to live stream the aftermath of Castile’s shooting by a police officer, which he said might have been staged.

This conversation led “Trunews” cohost Edward Szall to read a fake quote from the creator of Pokémon allegedly endorsing Satanism.

“They’re spawning demons inside your church,” Wiles said. “They’re targeting your church with demonic activity.” He then again warned that “this technology will be used by the enemies of the cross to target, locate and execute Christians.”

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So Pokemon is the new Dungeons and Dragons?
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Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, a military adviser to Donald Trump’s campaign who was briefly on the vice presidential short list, repeatedly called on a deceased Iranian leader to denounce the terrorist attack in Nice, France.

“I want the Imam, or I want Khomeini in Iran to stand up and be counted,” Flynn told Fox’s Megyn Kelly on Thursday night. Twelve hours later, Flynn again called on the late leader to respond to the attacks.

“I have called out for the leaders of Iran ― Khomeini ― and the leaders of the Muslim world” to denounce the terrorist attack, Flynn told “Fox & Friends” on Friday morning.

“I can tick them off if you want, there’s a bunch of countries with a bunch of so-called leaders,” said the former Defense Intelligence Agency director.

Flynn’s offer to list Muslim leaders was significantly undermined, however, by the fact that his number-one example has been dead for almost 30 years.

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Well, it that would make it an especially effective denunciation!
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To be fair, Khomeini and Khamenei look very similar (in English). One has a Khomainney and the other one is Ha-man-ei. I would not expect your average person to know better. This guy, yes.
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Yeah that's what I thought. I would not have brought it up if he had not legally served as defense intelligence agency director and was acting expert in such affairs for a contender to the american throne
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"This 'old white people' business does get a little tired, Charlie," King said. "I'd ask you to go back through history and figure out, where are these contributions that have been made by these other categories of people that you're talking about, where did any other subgroup of people contribute more to civilization?"

"Than white people?" Hayes asked, clearly amazed.

"Than, than Western civilization itself," King replied. "It's rooted in Western Europe, Eastern Europe and the United States of America and every place where the footprint of Christianity settled the world. That's all of Western civilization."


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I'd like to say King's contribution to Western Civilization seems to be remarkable for its abject lack of existence.

"Steve King holds the dubious honor as the least effective person in Congress. The Iowa representative has served in Congress for 12 years and has yet to sponsor a single bill that passed committee, let alone become an actual law."

Link.

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"Under those 8 years, before Obama came along, we didn't have any successful radical Islamic terrorist attack in the US," Giuliani told the crowd. "They all started when Clinton and Obama came into office."
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I feel like he must have tripped over his phrasing. There's just no way.
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The biggest one ever doesn't count, for reasons that have nothing at all to do with the fact that counting the biggest one ever poses uncomfortable questions for the people who were in charge at the time, and also because it doesn't serve the purpose of focusing exclusively on Obama and Clinton.

I don't think it's anything like tripping over phrasing, because gr so neatly fulfills his purposes. Now, did he mean to say it? Well, definitely not, not like that.

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Originally posted by JanitorBlade:
I feel like he must have tripped over his phrasing. There's just no way.

Yeah, you'd think that the guy who talked about his leadership during 9/11 so much that it became a running joke couldn't possibly forget that it happened, except that this isn't the first time that he has. In 2010 he said, "We had no domestic attacks under Bush."
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Even if he did mean after 9/11 (as he claimed when he did the same thing in 2010) he would be wrong. UNC in 2006, LAX ticket counter and DC sniper in 2002.

[ August 16, 2016, 09:23 AM: Message edited by: kmbboots ]

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Yeah, I just don't even. I showed incredible leadership but I can't remember the details of what precipitated that!
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what really makes it is that this is rudy "noun, verb, 9/11" giuliani

the guy who took a national tragedy and ground it to dust as a 'look at me' talking point. guy was flat out addicted to bringing 9/11 up under any tenuous pseudorelevance.

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BRIANNA KEILAR: You say it’s not a shake-up, but you guys are down—

MICHAEL COHEN: Says who? Says who?

KEILAR: Polls. Most of them. All of them?

COHEN: Says who?

KEILAR: Polls. I just told you. I answered your question.

COHEN: Okay. Which polls?

KEILAR: All of them.

COHEN: Okay. And your question is?

Ok.
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That one is even better listened to than read. The angry, naked obstinacy is so perfect.
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Do you have a link?
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https://youtu.be/GwTG05_I2hs Here's a clip I found on YouTube.

My own biases keep me from being too confident in my perception that the Trump campaign is really, especially dagnasty terrible. I mean that is my perception, but I also want it enough that I'm really suspicious of it. So I guess I'll need to wait for some exhaustively researched historian to dig through all of the thousands of clips and excerpts and speeches and tell me, oy.

It doesn't help that my perception of the Trump campaign is so bad that it also pulls me towards thinking less unfavorably of Clingon, which also makes me suspicious!

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quote:
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thinking less unfavorably of Clingon, which also makes me suspicious!

Who wouldn't be?
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quote:
Originally posted by Rakeesh:
https://youtu.be/GwTG05_I2hs Here's a clip I found on YouTube.

My own biases keep me from being too confident in my perception that the Trump campaign is really, especially dagnasty terrible. I mean that is my perception, but I also want it enough that I'm really suspicious of it. So I guess I'll need to wait for some exhaustively researched historian to dig through all of the thousands of clips and excerpts and speeches and tell me, oy.

It doesn't help that my perception of the Trump campaign is so bad that it also pulls me towards thinking less unfavorably of Clingon, which also makes me suspicious!

Smug news anchors really rub me the wrong way. That said, that was painful to watch.
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Likewise for me, but hey. The guy was an outright, in her face tool because he was asked a completely 'it's a given this will be asked' question. Plus he was going on CNN, too, which makes it even more of a given. It is literally his job to answer that sort of question, and given that the Trump campaign has made such a big deal out of polls, neither he nor his candidate are in any position to be so thin-skinned. And I mean thin skinned even for the Trump campaign.

-----DB, that was horrifying. It's like it's burned on the backs of my eyelids.

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Ohio Trump campaign chair Kathy Miller:

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Miller also dismissed the racial tensions of the 1960s, when she said she graduated from high school. “Growing up as a kid, there was no racism, believe me. We were just all kids going to school.”

Asked about segregation and the civil rights movement, she replied: “I never experienced it. I never saw that as anything.”

Miller added: “I don’t think there was any racism until Obama got elected. We never had problems like this ... Now, with the people with the guns, and shooting up neighborhoods, and not being responsible citizens, that’s a big change, and I think that’s the philosophy that Obama has perpetuated on America.”

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It's like meeting somebody who honest to goodness thinks the reason we have troops deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq today is because Obama is calling the shots.
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MCConnell blames the President for the Senate overriding his veto, calling the battle over JASTA a “good example” of “failure to communicate early about the potential consequences.”


“I hate to blame everything on him and I don’t, [but] it would have been helpful if we had a discussion about this much earlier than the last week.”

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What must it be like to be McConnell

Like seriously

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I don't want to know what it's like to be a caricature politician stooge.
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"Did Crooked Hillary help disgusting (check out sex tape and past) Alicia M become a U.S. citizen so she could use her in the debate?"

Yes, a presidential candidate just asked us all to watch a porno. One that doesn't actually exist if he'd bothered to check the facts before tweeting.

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This election will end in Nov right? Please say it will.
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When asked about the report, Giuliani told ABC’s “This Week” that Trump was a “genius” when it came to tax laws, unlike Clinton who was investigated by the FBI for using a private email server while leading the State Department.

“Don’t you think a man who has this kind of economic genius is a lot better for the United States than a woman, and the only thing she’s ever produced is a lot of work for the FBI checking out her emails?” he asked.

In a separate interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Giuliani was asked whether it was fair for him to criticize Hillary Clinton’s handling of her husband’s alleged affairs when Giuliani himself had dealt with his “own infidelity charge.” Giuliani, who has been married three times, was accused of cheating on his second spouse.

“Well, everybody does. And I’m Roman Catholic, and I confess those things to my priest,” he said.

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I'm starting to wonder if the new Trump strategy is to have a bunch of old men who have notoriously cheated on their wives criticizing Hillary for having been cheated on.
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It sure seems to be.
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Everybody does it, I've heard, which makes for a more easily implemented strategy.

Part of me does marvel at the 'brilliance' of the political strategy which includes a tactic of trying attacks that didn't work a generation ago and expecting them to work now.

One might almost suspect a connection between that and the core constituency...

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If Trump's tax returns show that he's such a brilliant businessman, then why hasn't he released them yet? Wouldn't they just show how awesome he is?
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But you see, there's this ongoing investigation.

That DOESN'T mean he's legally prohibited from disclosing them while under investigation -- frankly, the IRS has said they don't care what he does with them, so long as they have access to them.


But you see, there's an ongoing investigation ongoing investigation ....... on ....... go ...... ing ...... investi ... g ... ati .... on.... ongoing .. ongoing........ ongoing....... investigation

yo ............ yo ........... yo

.......... can't free the numbers .......... no ............ no no ...
..... numbers want to call him Daddy


Not his fault. Ongoing investigation. Would if he could. Yep.

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This gem is on pages 47-48 of the "after the beep" on this week's Rhino Times (10-6).

"They don't seem to care. But we are $20 trillion in debt. OK? We cannot afford to be giving anything to anybody for free. I went to college on the GI bill, for example. The are a lot of other ways for people to get a degree and pay for it without the US government giving it to them for free..."

ok.

And, uh, we'll keep our government hands off your medicare too.

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Oh my...
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politicot

Pat Robertson. I know I shouldn't be surprised by anything this guy says any more but...

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“The leaked tape provides undeniable proof for two things: the first is that Donald Trump is exactly the alpha male president this country has been craving for the last 8 years,” he argued. “The second proves without a shadow of a doubt that he is not a homosexual; if anything, he loves the lady parts so much that, in spite of coming out of one such part while being born, he has spent 70 years of his life trying to get back into thousands of other ones. If that’s not a testament to his love of females, I really don’t know what is.”

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I know it's hard to tell, but I believe that Pat Robertson one is from a satire site.
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So it is. Welp. I can only plead ignorance and that I didn't read any of the surrounding material. Also it's just too plausible that he would actually say that. He throws my tongue in cheek detector out of whack.

My bad.

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I can cover for you by offering an actual pat robertson quote that proves that he is an insane evil ghoul who makes it hard to distinguish the truth of him from the parody anyway
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Televangelist Pat Robertson claimed on his show, the "700 Club," on Tuesday that gay people in San Francisco have deliberately spread AIDS using rings designed to cut people, according to a video published by Right Wing Watch.

"You know what they do in San Francisco? Some of the gay community there, they want to get people. So, if they've got the stuff, they'll have a ring. You shake hands and the ring's got a little thing where you cut your finger," Robertson said in the video. "Really. I mean it's that kind of vicious stuff, which would be the equivalent of murder."

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Religious Right activist “Coach” Dave Daubenmire posted a video this morning declaring that a recording of Donald Trump bragging about being able to sexually assault women because he is famous should be of far less concern to Christians than the prospect of allowing a woman to become president.

“Women and men may be equal,” Daubenmire said, “but I think it’s pretty clear that the Bible teaches us that women should not be in authority over a man.”

“Here’s the point I’m making,” he continued. “With all that’s going on with Trump and everybody screaming and hollering about that, when is the last time your pastor stood up in the pulpit and said, ‘Hey, listen, we cannot vote for Hillary Clinton because women are not to have authority over men’? If we want to follow the Bible, that would sure be a good place to start, wouldn’t it? Rather than worrying so much about the immorality of a sinful man, what about the biblical principle that when a woman rules over a man … it’s a sign of judgment of the Lord?”

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