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    Nice gesture. But note his son, representing...

    Nice gesture. But note his son, representing the 20-20 not-so-blind-sighted Trump trust is in India selling real estate (and most every family member shilling something else) worth a couple orders...
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    So, you're blaming Bill Clinton for the entire...

    So, you're blaming Bill Clinton for the entire 2008 great recession, due to a failure to make a symbolic gesture in opposition?

    To be fair, most everyone on both sides of the aisle was buying the...
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    I'd join you in liking a lot of things on that...

    I'd join you in liking a lot of things on that list. But let's consider those actual policies:

    Smaller government? I suspect what most Americans want is efficient government – at least I do. ...
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    What do you think Trump is "BEING PROSECUTED"...

    What do you think Trump is "BEING PROSECUTED" for?

    So far we have a baker's dozen of Russian indictments. Prosecution of those will follow. Plus the four Trump associates who had Russian...
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    You do realize that "mueller has(n't) Earned 7...

    You do realize that "mueller has(n't) Earned 7 million dollars" investigating Russian interference with our election? Rather, that's the cost of the entire investigation to date. A pittance, BTW,...
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    Where did you pick up these talking points? ...

    Where did you pick up these talking points?

    There was, of course, more than Internet trolling (organization of demonstrations etc.). And the point of this is a bit like having your home robbed...
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    Bad assumption, at least IMO. The only ones...

    Bad assumption, at least IMO. The only ones winning from that are special interests buying favor, partisan media outlets looking for eyeballs and ad dollars, and politicians in gerrymandered...
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    The two conspiracy theorists I personally know,...

    The two conspiracy theorists I personally know, treat them like Pringles. Seems you can't stop with just one . . .

    In the old days, steel beams were covered in asbestos for fire protection. ...
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    Also possible to not have not liked her close...

    Also possible to not have not liked her close ties to Wall St. or her generally hawkish approach to foreign policy (both pretty much the same in the present administration) without making her out to...
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    The truth of suggestions such as yours that...

    The truth of suggestions such as yours that Hilary Clinton killed or forced suicide of 60 some people, really isn't a left-right thing.

    As for dismissing a hundred million or so of your fellow...
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    Yep, sixty people made to commit suicide or...

    Yep, sixty people made to commit suicide or murdered at Clinton's hand. You've been keeping count.

    And, how about Tupac and Biggie Smalls? Pretty sure that was Hilary and Podesta driving up...
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    First, Democrats didn't wiretap Trump and his...

    First, Democrats didn't wiretap Trump and his associates. The FBI did it, with cause, and after securing a warrant. And at least some of that cause seems warranted. Several of those who met...
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    You do realize that the Russians, who arranged...

    You do realize that the Russians, who arranged for the Wikileaks bit, are known to have created a mixed salad of actual stolen emails and stuff they just made up?

    Personally, I'm happy to have...
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    Not sure I entirely understand your point. I...

    Not sure I entirely understand your point. I think it's that politicians and generals assume we'll endure, regardless of what stupid steps they take in the interim?

    In business, I often worked...
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    This seems somehow appropriate: Cognitive...

    This seems somehow appropriate: Cognitive Ability and Vulnerability to Fake News - Scientific American

    It's one thing to imagine Trump might be a good leader. Something else to keep thinking it.
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    I do think that another significant bust is...

    I do think that another significant bust is almost inevitable -- and the recent tax changes and deregulation have all been financial "industry" friendly -- but that's not what worries me most about...
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    Agreed. There's a difference, though, in...

    Agreed. There's a difference, though, in scale. The members of both parties trying to line their pockets in 1992 were pickpockets in the scheme of things. The "selling off the future to look...
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    As you say, Trump and his assembled swamp are...

    As you say, Trump and his assembled swamp are pretty much doing that by themselves.

    As for what other "Bozos" might be left, hard to see how any of them have any power to sabotage the economy. ...
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