"Sorry old coot, when I see a Liberal hypocrite that laughs at someone for doing things that candidate he's backing does, I see a gutless skumbag..."
Hmmm. Yes. If someone does not "agree" with you, then you immediately resort to school yard insults. That is a sure way to impress your friends.
"Poor Liberals: Not ONE SINGLE POST on this board about Hillary Clintons qualifications to be President. NOT ONE. "
Not really .... "Poor Republicans". All the "poor liberals" re-registered and legally cross voted in the Republican primaries for "Trump" to insure his nomination. That is why Trump "GOT THE MOST VOTES EVER". There is not enough duct tape in the world to keep him from blowing up the election.
Does it say that about me in the "very Liberal" NY Post ???
Trump is not and will not be happy with the increased scrutiny that comes with the office of the President. Do you think he will be "happy"? 8-)
Personal insults are all that is left when a person has exhausted all their intelligent responses.
Wow! Fox "News" company says something "unflattering" about Hillary Clinton. That is very surprising. 8-)
""In 1976, Rupert Murdoch bought the Post for US$30.5 million.[
Donald Trump is a steady source of fascinating stories. 8-)
At the start, it seemed to be just another Republican candidate book tour ad campaign and a channel to direct cash into his businesses.
"Self funding" his campaign with loans that he was paying back with small donations, but now says he is forgiving to remove a roadblock for big donations.
Trump hats Made in America by a company whose founder sits on the BOD of Eric Trump's non-profit.
Campaign payments back to rent Trump properties and equipment at "premium prices".
You cannot examine anything he does without "Trump personal profit" being a central element.
He will not very happy with the close scrutiny that comes with the office of the Presidency. I know all the stand up comedians will be ecstatic if he wins. Oh, the material !!!
You did not "say" anything on "Monday" to "listen to".
You seem to be suffering from dementia?
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intoodeep99 • Jun 15, 2016 9:47 AM
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intoodeep99 • May 3, 2016 5:33 PM
"Nobody said nationality. Religion was said."
No one said nationality and no one said religion.
amdroadkill just ask if "we see a pattern here" and I answered "citizens".
Reread the post carefully and you might be able to figure out your mistake.
"Do we see a pattern here" ...
.... they are all citizens of the country where they did the shooting????
Is that the pattern?
Not $18. His low was $16.
Jan 13 2014
Though reiterating a Sell and $16 PT on Intel (INTC +1.5%), Goldman's James Covello thinks the chip giant's Q4 sales will beat its guidance midpoint ($13.7B, nearly even with a $13.72B consensus) when it reports on Thursday.
In this particular case, the FBI had interviewed the suspect and put him on a "watch list". If Florida used the FBI database instead of their own state database for "background checks", the FBI would have been alerted that he purchased multiple weapons and could have had the opportunity to act. A universal background check would have likely make some difference.