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    Who is this jackass?

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    Someone who isn't afraid to talk about the Plantation. *shhhhh*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boon Mee View Post
    Now it appears Crooked Hillary is backtracking on her statement that she'll not run:
    WTF!!! She said quite clearly in your clip "I'm not running..".
    How is that "backtracking on her statement that she'll not run"????
    :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    WTF!!! She said quite clearly in your clip "I'm not running..".
    How is that "backtracking on her statement that she'll not run"????
    :/
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/201...running-video/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    WTF!!! She said quite clearly in your clip "I'm not running..".
    How is that "backtracking on her statement that she'll not run"????
    :/
    Boon Mee doesn't actually watch or read any of the stuff he links to -- that would require actual thought -- and it frequently directly contradicts what he says.

    He just unthinkingly and uncritically cuts 'n pastes and spams like a good little cog in the right-wing Fake News echo-chamber is supposed to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Boon Mee doesn't actually watch or read any of the stuff he links to
    It's a 17 second clip of Hilary saying "I'm not running"!!!

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    I think she should run as it was so comical last time

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    drumpf 2020 - YNGTMI

    you're not going to make it

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    Thought this an interesting candidate with an interesting strategy.

    His idea is a universal basic income for all Americans.

    How Little Known Andrew Yang May End Up on the 2020 Debate Stage by Gaming the System

    You’ve probably never heard of him. And yet, he’s about to bust through the DNC’s debate entry threshold.

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/how-li...ystem?ref=wrap

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    You’ve probably never heard of him. And yet, he’s about to bust through the DNC’s debate entry threshold.
    i hadn't until now.

    it will be interesting to see if he passes the individual donor threshold, and if he does, how the DNC reacts.




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    Did you go to the Miss Kit skool of "Groids Caint be Ryciss"?

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    MY. Shocked. Face!

    BERNIE SANDERS’ Role Model For Successful Socialism Fails: Finland’s Government COLLAPSES Due To Rising Costs of Universal Health Care

    https://100percentfedup.com/bernie-s...th-care-video/

    A Deplorable Bitter Clinger

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    I thought universal health care was free -- hospitals, doctors and administrators just magically appear from the ether. When you say "costs" do you mean someone actually has to pay for it? Like ... real money?

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    ^
    If you're an AOC acolyte and believe in unicorns & kumbaya...guess so.

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    ^^ ^^^

    Posted elsewhere ... just with out the delusional hype

    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    Related because we are discussing the cost/benefit relationship of 'free healthcare for everyone'.

    Finland's government falls after attempts to reduce healthcare spending fail

    AOC derangement syndrome is real.-10885716-3x2-700x467-jpg

    Finland's coalition government resigned on Friday a month ahead of a general election, saying it could not deliver on a healthcare reform package that is widely seen as crucial to securing long-term government finances.

    Key points:

    • Prime Minister Juha Sipila said he would resign if the reforms weren't carried
    • Demographic pressures have reduced Finland's capacity to pay for healthcare
    • Finland heads to the polls on April 14


    Healthcare systems across much of the developed world have come under increasing stress in recent years as treatment costs soar and people live longer, meaning fewer workers are supporting more pensioners.

    ---

    The 'free' healthcare model can work if it has an element of user pay attached so it's not abused.

    'free' as in free for the big stuff ... user pay as in a contribution by the user/patient for the smaller stuff and the high wage earners ... plus an option for private health insurance.

    Australia's model works well ... any other countries working well with a 'free healthcare for all' system?

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    If The Donald runs again he should co-host a party with Kraft at their favorite Day Spa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boon Mee View Post
    If you're an AOC acolyte and believe in unicorns & kumbaya...guess so.
    Be proud be very proud of the USA Boon Mee. Thailand has better health care for its citizens. The health care in the USA is a shocking disgrace.

    Is the United States of America Really the Only Major Developed Industrialized Country in the World Without Universal HealthCare?



    The United States of America is the only “very highly developed country” that doesn’t have universal healthcare out of over 50 nations.[1][2][3]
    More specifically, when we look at the top 33 major industrialized and developed countries in the world according to the Human Development Index (which measures “development” based on like GDP, GNP, per capita income, and standard of living), we can confirm:

    • All the top 33 very highly developed countries except for the U.S. have a form of universal healthcare that is generally working to “cover substantially all of their population,”
    • The same is generally true for the top 34 – 51 countries with very high development (with the note that some of the 34 – 51 are in a transition stage, like Qatar, and some have notable problems with healthcare delivery like Russia; meaning some of these countries don’t effectively “cover substantially all of their population” even though they have universal coverage or are moving toward it on-paper

    With that in mind, the list of highly developed countries (who also have some form of universal healthcare) includes: 1 Norway 2 Australia 2 Switzerland 4 Germany 5 Denmark 5 Singapore 7 Netherlands 8 Ireland 9 Iceland 10 Canada 11 United States 12 Hong Kong 13 New Zealand 14 Sweden 15 Liechtenstein 16 United Kingdom 17 Japan 18 South Korea 19 Israel 20 Luxembourg 21 France 22 Belgium 23 Finland 24 Austria 25 Slovenia 26 Italy 27 Spain 28 Czech Republic 29 Greece 30 Brunei 30 Estonia 32 Andorra 33 Cyprus 33 Malta 33 Qatar 36 Poland 37 Lithuania 38 Chile 39 Saudi Arabia 40 Slovakia 41 Portugal 42 United Arab Emirates 43 Hungary 44 Latvia 45 Argentina 45 Croatia 47 Bahrain 48 Montenegro 49 Russia 50 Romania 51 Kuwait…
    Not only that, but one can keep going down the list of countries by Human Development Index, and look at all 196 countries, and it won’t be until somewhere mid-way through the high development list that we find a country with as many uninsured as the United States of America.

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    Your gall bladder is no business of mine.

    Take care of it yourself.

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    It's very early in the game, but I see nobody, on either side, who jumps out as a strong contender for the throne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cisco999 View Post
    If The Donald runs again he should co-host a party with Kraft at their favorite Day Spa.
    I'm sure Melania knows he's cheated on her there as well. Here he is with the former owner.

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    Thanks for the red, Ray, you pathetic piece of shit. Of course no comment in the thread, like the coward you are.

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    pete buttigieg is running for president.

    he's the 37-year-old mayor of south bend, indiana.

    graduated magna cum laude from harvard, and was also a rhodes scholar at oxford.

    came out as gay in 2015 and married his partner last year.

    was deployed to afghanistan as a member of naval reserve.


    below is a ~1 minute clip of him being interviewed for CNN town hall. he is asked whether or not he would prefer trump or pence as president






    i've seen other interviews, and despite being so young, he is an impressive candidate.


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pete_Buttigieg

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    he's the 37-year-old
    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    came out as gay in 2015 and married his partner last year.
    Not a snowball's chance in hell. Why does he bother?
    I could wish (and do) that being relatively young and gay should not affect the voter's choice, but it will, undoubtably.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    below is a ~1 minute clip of him being interviewed for CNN town hall. he is asked whether or not he would prefer trump or pence as president
    vid cut too short.......what was final answer?

    i dunno doesn't cut it....it's basically a question on where he stands on impeachment.....an answer's needed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    It's very early in the game, but I see nobody, on either side, who jumps out as a strong contender for the throne.
    That is seriously worrying, and not only true for the US. My own first world country, along with many others, is crammed with professional, career politicians.
    Not a statesman or woman in sight.

    This vacuum of true leadership quality is being filled by the likes of Prayuth and Duerte.

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    Reach Around championing his three causes:

    1. Groid
    2. Homer
    3. Wimmin

    In that order. He can't stand the thought of straight white men in leadership roles. It triggers him, Jussie Smollett style. (hair twirl, mincing pose, distraught expression)

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