Such a violation of their civil rights, where is Obama? Outrageous. Peaceful demonstrators vicious attacked.
Trump is only interested in Trump. His remarks about the resignation of the PM was his new Scotland golf course is "the best". He is still worse than Hillary with her views on a "new world order". But, Sanders is better and I hope Bernie gets the nomination or runs on a third party. Trump is a nasty slum lord who wants to run America like his own private toy.
Your in a wet dream. She is well over 50% and climbing. Your candidate is done.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
"Crooked Hillary" cannot get above 50% in any poll. That has historically proven to be the death of any
Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States. The formula has never been wrong.
GO DONALD GO!
Der Drumpf CANNOT get above 40%. Not a single poll.
Tell me droolers, what will The Donald do to change the minds of Latino, women, African American, and independent voters?
Sentiment: Strong Sell
HAAAAAA!!!! Imagine white males "knowing" whats best for women's health here in Texas.
Justice Stephen Breyer’s majority opinion in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt clearly declares that Texas’ TRAP law imposes an unconstitutional “undue burden” on women’s ability to terminate their pregnancies. His opinion, however, is also somewhat dry—in classic Breyer fashion—and treads lightly in criticizing Texas’ assertion that it must regulate abortion clinics out of existence in order to “protect women’s health.”
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ( Notorious RGB) signed onto Breyer’s decision—but in a separate concurrence, she provided a decidedly blunter assessment of Texas’ anti-abortion argument. “The Texas law called H. B. 2 inevitably will reduce the number of clinics and doctors allowed to provide abortion services,” Ginsburg explained. “Texas argues that H. B. 2’s restrictions are constitutional because they protect the health of women who experience complications from abortions. In truth, ‘complications from an abortion are both rare and rarely dangerous’ ”—as demonstrated in an amicus brief by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
“Many medical procedures, including childbirth, are far more dangerous to patients, yet are not subject to ambulatory surgical-center or hospital admitting-privileges requirements,” Ginsburg continued, including “tonsillectomy, colonoscopy, and in-office dental surgery.” Then the justice spelled out the core of the Whole Woman’s Health holding—and provided a warning to other states eager to repeat Texas’ attempt to cut back on abortion rights in the name of protecting women. (Ginsburg quotes Judge Richard Posner’s abortion opinion from November; I’ve excised the quotes for clarity.)
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Clinton's supporters continue to literally turn a blind eye
Lanceddunce shows he does not know what the word "literally" means.
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No, I was here on business but quickly recalled it is a wasteland, a desert of investing discourse.
This board represents a cesspool of political vitriol. I decided to take a dump, stir the poo, so to speak.
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Abcess Boy, check the board before you start asking dumb questions.
And of course Faggy gives a thumbs-up to an idiotically clueless post.
A slot at the Republican National Convention used to be a career-maker — a chance to make your name on the big stage and to catch the eye of the Republican donors and activists who make or break campaigns.
In the year of Trump: Not so much.
With the convention less than a month away, POLITICO contacted more than 50 prominent governors, senators and House members to gauge their interest in speaking. Only a few said they were open to it, and everyone else said they weren’t planning on it, didn’t want to, or weren’t going to Cleveland at all — or simply didn’t respond.
“I am not attending,” said South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy, who is overseeing the high-profile congressional Republican investigation into Hillary Clinton’s handling of the attacks on Benghazi. Gowdy, who said he was taking his family to the beach instead, hasn’t gone to conventions in the past and didn’t plan to now.
“I’m not,” said South Carolina Rep. Mark Sanford, a former two-term governor. “But hope you have a good Thursday!”
“Don’t know,” said Sean Duffy, a reality-TV-star-turned-Wisconsin congressman, “I haven’t thought about it.”
Florida Rep. Carlos Curbelo: "I won't be there.”
The widespread lack of interest, Republicans say, boils down to one thing: the growing consensus that it’s best to steer clear of Trump.
“Everyone has to make their own choice, but at this point, 70 percent of the American public doesn’t like Donald Trump. That’s as toxic as we’ve seen in American politics,” said Stuart Stevens, a longtime Republican strategist who helped to craft the party’s 2012 convention. “Normally, people want to speak at national conventions. It launched Barack Obama’s political career.”
Maybe Faggy can get a speaking slot to yell about the Mu.slim Brotherhood, and budmanwomanoldyoungdunce can spout his theory from a mystery professor at SonnyListonBrookFarm University about how his prediction of Trump wining is infallible.
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