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I've been saying it for years and people are always making fun of me here. Calling me psycho. I don't give a shit.

you are not a psycho. I'm not in Syria but we are close enough. I guess living in the middle east gives me a different perspective than the prevalent American one.

Even in my lovely wahhabist country , most people think the same and actually calling these Daesh terrorists "our Jihadist brothers in Syria". that's the real Islam in their eyes , killing anyone who isn't wahabi. Obama actually called some of these terrorists "moderate rebels" . That makes me so sad :(

Also I'm Shia muslim so according to these fucks my blood is forfeit and you can get the virgins by killing me :lmao:

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He seems to have enough understanding of foreign relations and world history to me. anyone at this point who still thinks that removing the Syrian regime is "for the people of Syria because Assad is a tyrant" is simply ignorant. THAT is laughable.

Exactly

Meanwhile they condone Saudi Arabia's barbaric regime. Till they need them of course. Sickening. Keep on going with those Kissinger style tactics. Destroying the world and inflaming the Middle East one decade at a time. Doesn't make the West look any better than Russia's oligarchy oppressing their people, underneath the facade

So much bullshit, you cannot flip and reverse according to your convenience, after 5 minutes, see chapter Gaddafi and a long list of other illustrious examples. Assad wasn't a tyrant here I guess, of course. When people gradually wake up and start demanding the truth on Western Intelligence sponsored and financed terrorism to justify all other geopolitical strategies in the region and beyond, only then, the mask will fall. One lie too many

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you are not a psycho. I'm not in Syria but we are close enough. I guess living in the middle east gives me a different perspective than the prevalent American one.

Even in my lovely wahhabist country , most people think the same and actually calling these Daesh terrorists "our Jihadist brothers in Syria". that's the real Islam in their eyes , killing anyone who isn't wahabi. Obama actually called some of these terrorists "moderate rebels" . That makes me so sad :(

Also I'm Shia muslim so according to these fucks my blood is forfeit and you can get the virgins by killing me :lmao:

I never knew you were Shia. I recently read an article about how government schools use textbooks that basically teach children that Shias deserve to die :rolleyes:

My family fled Lebanon ages ago. Luckily for Lebanon, they didn't have Wahhabists and Americans sending "moderate rebels" this:

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Exactly

Meanwhile they condone Saudi Arabia's barbaric regime.

Exactly. Saudi Arabia's regime is just as if not even more corrupt and barbaric , not to mention Saudi Arabia is the birthplace of the wahhabi movement that daech preaches. Why didn't Obama or Hilary fight for our freedom? The same freedom that they seek so desperately for the Syrian people? What did they do when the protests happened in Bahrain? The answer is obvious ; because Saudi Arabia and Bahrain are US allies and Syria is not.

And wasn't the current regime in Yemen established the same way that the US wants to happen in Syria , by overthrowing a corrupt leader. According to them , the Yemeni people fought for their freedom from tyranny. So why the hell is Saudi Arabia and the US bombing the hell out of Yemen but helping the "people of Syria" AKA terrorists to overthrow the regime there? because they want a Syrian government that answers to them.

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Oh, and isn't it so convenient how NOBODY in the West is talking about Saudi Arabia's disgusting war in Yemen. It's gone mostly unnoticed.

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Saudi’s Exploding Christmas Gifts From Hillary Clinton

Co-authored by Rebecca Green, CODEPINK D.C. office coordinator

As Hillary Clinton emerges as the front-runner for the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate, she is receiving increased scrutiny for her years as Secretary of State. Many are criticizing her hawkish foreign policy, which is the best indication of what President Hillary’s foreign policy would be, with many focusing on her long relationship with Saudi Arabia.

On Christmas Eve in 2011, Hillary Clinton and her closest aides celebrated a $29.4 billion sale of over 80 F-15 fighter jets, manufactured by U.S.-based Boeing Corporation, to Saudi Arabia. In a chain of enthusiastic emails, an aide exclaimed that it was “not a bad Christmas present.”

These are the very fighter jets the Saudis have been using to intervene in the internal affairs of Yemen since March 2015. A year later, at least 2,800 Yemeni civilians have been killed, mostly by airstrikes—and there is no end in sight. The indiscriminate Saudi strikes have killed journalists and ambulance drivers. They have hit the Chamber of Commerce, facilities supported by Médecins Sans Frontières (also known as Doctors Without Borders), a wedding hall, and a center for the blind. The attacks have also targeted ancient heritage sites in Yemen. International human rights organizations are saying that the Saudi-led strikes on Yemen may amount to war crimes.

During her tenure as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton made weapons transfers to the Saudi government a “top priority,” according to a new report published in The Intercept. While Clinton’s State Department was deeply invested in getting weapons to Saudi Arabia, the Clinton Foundation accepted millions of dollars in donations from both the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the weapons manufacturer Boeing. Christmas presents were being gifted all around.

Despite the brutal attacks on Yemen and egregious domestic human rights violations, Saudi Arabia remains the number one U.S. ally in the Arab world. While the original U.S. interest was to secure Saudi’s vast oil reserves, today only 10% of oil used in the United States now comes from the Kingdom. U.S. dependence on Saudi oil has been superseded by U.S. dependence on weapons sales. The most recent Saudi weapons deal was made in November 2015, a deal worth $1.29 billion that included 22,000 smart and general purpose bombs, and over 5,000 Joint Direct Attack Munitions kits to convert older bombs into precision-guided weapons using GPS signals. The Pentagon’s Defense Security Cooperation Agency justified the sales, saying they helped “sustain strong military-to-military relationships between the United States and Saudi Arabia.”

It’s hard to exaggerate the enormity and high-tech nature of Saudi weapons purchases; the sales in the decade of 2010 constitute the most enormous military sales in history. According to a White House press release in 2014, “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the largest U.S. Foreign Military Sales customer, with active and open cases valued at approximately $97 billion, as Saudi forces build capabilities across the full spectrum of regional challenges.” The weapons include F-15 bombers, Apache and Blackhawk helicopters, missile defense systems, missiles, bombs, armored vehicles, and related equipment and services. Weapons manufacturers such as Boeing, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics and McDonnell Douglas have been unapologetically pushing these sales to offset military spending cuts in the United States and Europe.

While the U.S. government continues to provide massive amounts of weapons to Saudi, on February 25 the European Union took the extraordinary step of voting for an EU-wide arms embargo to Saudi Arabia; while non-binding, it is a powerful statement that will put pressure on all European governments. Already, government committees in England have urged Prime Minister David Cameron to suspend arms sales to Saudi Arabia; Germany has pledged to review all future arms sales to the Kingdom; and in Belgium the government has denied an export license to ship weapons to the country. Canadian activists are also pressuring their government in light of Canada’s $15 billion transaction with Riyadh for weaponized armored vehicles, the biggest manufacturing export deal ever struck in Canada.

U.S. activists must follow the example of our European allies and demand that our government stop supplying the Saudi rulers with weapons to bomb civilians in Yemen and repress its own citizens. Join CODEPINK for the Summit on Saudi Arabia March 5-6 to learn more and get involved. If you can’t make it in person, watch the livestream at www.therealnews.com.

Medea Benjamin is the co-founder of the peace group CODEPINK and the human rights organization Global Exchange. She is the author of eight books, including one about Saudi Arabia coming out in a few months.

Rebecca Green is the D.C. office coordinator at CODEPINK. She is a student at Northeastern University with a sociology degree and a minor in women’s gender and sexuality studies.

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Now watch Mauro or the other Hillary Clinton bots just say "you guys are just sore Bernie losers" and then post a video of Trump saying something silly as the number 1 reason why we should vote for this woman :rolleyes:

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I never knew you were Shia. I recently read an article about how government schools use textbooks that basically teach children that Shias deserve to die :rolleyes:

My family fled Lebanon ages ago. Luckily for Lebanon, they didn't have Wahhabists and Americans sending "moderate rebels" this:

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Yeah everything about our practices is considered heresy. I mean we don't tell you how you should worship so leave us the fuck alone right? but no , it is Jihad for them to ask Jews , Christians or Shia to their twisted idea of religion. either that or the sword.

I can't believe that people committing these atrocities and slaughters are called "rebels" like they are some kind of freedom fighters. what bullshit.

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Oh, and before someone comes in and says that that second picture is ISIS, not moderate rebels, duh. I know. But ISIS has gotten its hands on extremely powerful U.S. made weapons from the moderate rebels and the Iraqi army.

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Does Hilary have a shot at being President? How are her approval ratings?

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Oh, and before someone comes in and says that that second picture is ISIS, not moderate rebels, duh. I know. But ISIS has gotten its hands on extremely powerful U.S. made weapons from the moderate rebels and the Iraqi army.

these fuckers are all the same , daesh , jabhat al nusra , the free syrian army. it's only a difference in which company you are in. I bet daech is the most prestigious terrorist career choice.

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Now watch Mauro or the other Hillary Clinton bots just say "you guys are just sore Bernie losers" and then post a video of Trump saying something silly as the number 1 reason why we should vote for this woman :rolleyes:

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I think as long as Bernie Sanders losing doesn't upset young people enough to keep them from voting come November (I personally think it'll all be long forgotten once the Clinton / Trump debates start), she'll most likely win.

However, anything can happen at this point. When Trump announced that he was running, everyone laughed. Now he's the republican nominee.

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Now watch Mauro or the other Hillary Clinton bots just say "you guys are just sore Bernie losers" and then post a video of Trump saying something silly as the number 1 reason why we should vote for this woman :rolleyes:

No. Actually, I think you are just too simplistic. Hillary is the evil warmonger and Bernie is the good guy. But the fact is, Bernie will never stop supporting Israel, he will never stop the wars in the middle east because it's a complex matter. Plus, the US diplomacy has been the same for a few decades now (except the Bush years that were much worse). But you blame Hillary for everything that happened as if she was the only US politician to support such US diplomacy. All of them want the US and their allies to be strong, and all of them want their ennemis to destroy themselves. It's called geopolitics. That's just hypocritical to blame Hillary for everything.

That's why we keep posting gifs when you fantasize about Bernie the angel who's going to save the world from evil Hillary (aka Apocalypse).

Now you can call Hillary a "warmonger" as much as you want, I guess that makes sense coming from the guy who just said "fuck Israel" and wants it destroyed :rolleyes:

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Now you can call Hillary a "warmonger" as much as you want, I guess that makes sense coming from the guy who just said "fuck Israel" and wants it destroyed :rolleyes:

Israel and the Jewish faith, heritage, people are very different things

I don't think ULIZOS would want any country to be destroyed, he's saying it in an politically incorrect way, because heaven forbid Israel gets criticised in Western media for doing the same things that Assad or others do, albeit under a diffferent guise

Israel is a creation of the Western World that was and is used to justify too many things that are utterly wrong in the world. Israel cannot make a call against racism and persecution when within Israel itself its goverment discriminates against non-white Jewish people. Jewish people and the persecution they have withstood through the centuries are not to be confused with the Jesuit-Zionist movement. An artifice ideology of convenience

Is-Ra-El = Zionism, Vatican and the CIA

A product of the end of WWII much like the UN is

Zionism: Very little to do with Judaism

Building up towards a clash of the Judeo-Christian heritage and Islam is a fundamental step towards facilitating a perfect storm for WWIII, which is the goal to begin with. Truth is all religions share the same pagan roots, so we're double tricked in a way

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The Criminalization of Politics: Hillary Accused of Racketeering by the FBI, Will She be Dumped from the Presidential Race?






In a recent release, the FBI has indicated that it will be presenting a recommendation to Loretta Lynch, Attorney General of the Department of Justice:


“James Comey and The FBI will present a recommendation to Loretta Lynch, Attorney General of the Department of Justice, that includes a cogent argument that the Clinton Foundation is an ongoing criminal enterprise engaged in money laundering and soliciting bribes in exchange for political, policy and legislative favors to individuals, corporations and even governments both foreign and domestic.”


(quoted by Frank Huguenand, Global Research, May 30, 2016)



There are several possible scenarios which affect the outcome of the presidential campaign. The fundamental question is whether this recommendation –which documents the criminal undertakings of the Clinton Foundation– will be carried out by the Attorney General. Doubtful?


Loretta Lynch was appointed Attorney General by president Obama in 2010 during his first term. Of significance, Lynch also held the position of U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York under the Bill Clinton administration (1999-2001).



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Moreover, as pointed out in a recent article by Jerome Corsi, Loretta Lynch is political crony of the Clintons:





But little known is the fact that Lynch was a litigation partner for eight years at a major Washington law firm that served the Clintons.


Lynch was with the Washington-headquartered international law firm Hogan & Hartson LLP from March 2002 through April 2010.


According to documents Hillary Clinton’s first presidential campaign made public in 2008, Hogan & Hartson’s New York-based partner Howard Topaz was the tax lawyer who filed income tax returns for Bill and Hillary Clinton beginning in 2004.


In addition, Hogan & Hartson in Virginia filed a patent trademark request on May 19, 2004, for Denver-based MX Logic Inc., the computer software firm that developed the email encryption system used to manage Clinton’s private email server beginning in July 2013. A tech expert has observed that employees of MX Logic could have had access to all the emails that went through her account.



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It is, therefore, highly unlikely that Lynch will follow the recommendation of James Comey and the FBI.


Nonetheless, even if the indictment is NOT carried out, inevitably Hillary Clinton’s “credibility” as a presidential candidate is in jeopardy.





Hillary: “Losing Horse”


The corporate media may attempt to cover up or distort the findings of the FBI and manipulate public opinion with a view to supporting Hillary’s candidacy. This won’t work. Hillary’s reputation has been tainted. A suspected criminal cannot become president of the USA, whether the legal procedure against her is carried out or not.


And the Donald Trump campaign will go into high gear to discredit Hillary Clinton.


Under these circumstances, the Democratic Party hierarchy (not to mention Hillary’s corporate sponsors) may decide to dump Hillary Clinton. Hillary’s Wall Street cronies will not bet their money on a “losing horse”.


Assuming Clinton falls out of the presidential race, what happens? This scenario has already been contemplated and carefully rehearsed ahead of Hillary’s demise.



Will the nomination go to Bernie Sanders or will Joe Biden formally enter the race as a “slip in” candidate:


If Clinton’s email-related problems get worse or other developments sink her popularity far below even Trump’s, causing her to step aside, Biden, as a more establishment figure than Sanders, would be the party’s likely choice as a “slip-in” candidate and an almost certain winner against Trump.Notwithstanding these various scenarios, Donald Trump is ahead in the presidential race. (Chicago Tribune, May 27, 2016)



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The Criminalization of Politics


While Hillary, according to the FBI, is allegedly involved in money laundering and soliciting bribes, Donald Trump’s candidacy is also fragile, given his alleged links to organized crime as documented by David Cay Johnston:


But Trump was not clean as a whistle. Beginning three years earlier, he’d hired mobbed-up firms to erect Trump Tower and his Trump Plaza apartment building in Manhattan, including buying ostensibly overpriced concrete from a company controlled by mafia chieftains Anthony “Fat Tony” Salerno and Paul Castellano. That story eventually came out in a federal investigation, which also concluded that in a construction industry saturated with mob influence, the Trump Plaza apartment building most likely benefited from connections to racketeering. Trump also failed to disclose that he was under investigation by a grand jury directed by the U.S. attorney in Brooklyn, who wanted to learn how Trump obtained an option to buy the Penn Central railroad yards on the West Side of Manhattan.


Why did Trump get his casino license anyway? Why didn’t investigators look any harder? And how deep did his connections to criminals really go? (Politico, May 22, 2016)


Dirty politics. So much for Democracy and “We the People”.


The Criminalization of Politics in America: The leading presidential candidates, Hillary and Donald, have shaky records, with alleged links to criminal wrongdoings.


What choice is left? Revolution. Regime Change in the US…

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Hillary Clinton Struggles to Find Footing in Unusual Race



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Democrats could hardly believe their good fortune last month when it became clear that Hillary Clinton was headed to a general election showdown with Donald J. Trump. Mr. Trump carried so much baggage and had insulted so many voting blocs that some Clinton supporters began to imagine a landslide.


But early optimism that this would be an easy race is evaporating. In the corridors of Congress, on airplane shuttles between New York and Washington, at donor gatherings and on conference calls, anxiety is spreading through the Democratic Party that Mrs. Clinton is struggling to find her footing.


While she enjoys many demographic advantages heading into the fall, key Democrats say they are growing worried that her campaign has not determined how to combat her unpredictable, often wily Republican rival, to whom criticism seldom sticks and rules of decorum seem not to apply.


Mrs. Clinton is pressing ahead with a conventional campaign, echoing the 2012 themes used against the Republican nominee that year, Mitt Romney. But Mr. Trump is running a jarringly different crusade: accusing her husband, former President Bill Clinton, of rape; proposing that the country conduct brutal methods of torture; and suggesting that South Korea and Japan be permitted to develop nuclear arms. Prominent Democrats say a more provocative approach is needed.


“The guy’s a maniac,” John Burton, the chairman of the California Democratic Party, said about Mr. Trump. Referring to a famous 1964 political message, he said, “You could run the old L.B.J. ad against Goldwater, with ‘Three, two, one,’ and a hydrogen bomb blows up with a little girl counting daisies.”


Of course, Mr. Trump faces many hurdles himself, and has stumbled in managing his growing campaign as he shifts toward a general election. But Democrats suggest that the past few weeks have shown that Mrs. Clinton and her aides must become more agile and creative against him.


The sense of nervousness crystallized this week when Mrs. Clinton devoted campaign events across California to hitting Mr. Trump for not releasing his tax returns and depicting him as a cold corporate titan who profited off the housing crisis. Such charges helped undermine Mr. Romney four years ago. Yet Mrs. Clinton’s remarks received little in-depth coverage in the news media, while cable channels went live with Mr. Trump’s rat-a-tat recitation of “Crooked Hillary,” his favored nickname for her.




Ken Salazar, the former Colorado senator who has been mentioned as a possible Clinton running mate, said the campaign should draw a sharp contrast between Mr. Trump’s shortcomings and Mrs. Clinton’s potential to be “the most qualified person to be president in our lifetime.”


“The campaign needs to expose Donald Trump as the opposite — selfish, egomaniac, divisive and unqualified to be president,” Mr. Salazar said in an email.


Jennifer Palmieri, a spokeswoman for the Clinton campaign, said that the news coverage Mr. Trump is receiving is not helping him. She said that unlike Mr. Trump, who uses “nothing but his own mouth,” Mrs. Clinton has a campaign that employs many methods of communication, including videos, respected surrogates and bilingual outreach. “We hear from friends who think we should act more like Trump or criticize us for sometimes using traditional communications tactics,” she said. “But we don’t think that’s the answer.”


As a candidate, Mrs. Clinton is not without her own issues to overcome, including her inability to quickly put away Senator Bernie Sanders and her use of a private email server when she was secretary of state, feeding a perception she is not trustworthy. In a report delivered this past week to Congress, the State Department’s inspector general strongly criticized her for the practice.



But it is the campaign’s approach to Mr. Trump that is making even Mrs. Clinton’s most loyal supporters uneasy.


Senator Chuck Schumer of New York is concerned that she lacks a comprehensive strategy to confront Mr. Trump, and has told Democrats that the Clinton campaign must bring on a senior staff member dedicated only to the Trump portfolio.


“As soon as she clinches the nomination, we need a high-level person in the campaign whose sole job is to respond to Trump, almost on an hourly basis,” said Mr. Schumer, who has begun conversations with Clinton officials about who could fill that role.


During a conference call this month, high-profile female supporters pressed Mrs. Clinton’s advisers about her message — which has as a slogan “Breaking Down Barriers” — and whether it needs to shift for the general election. “The message will be broadening,” Karen Finney, a senior adviser, explained, according to a transcript of the call obtained by The New York Times. “But,” she added, leaving some participants perplexed, “breaking down barriers and unity will continue to be part of the theme because Hillary believes we need to come together as a country in many ways.”


Debates have broken out in Mrs. Clinton’s Brooklyn headquarters over the best approach to take. Some advisers worry that by running against Mr. Trump as she would a traditional Republican candidate, Mrs. Clinton is actually making the reality-television star appear more legitimate.


This month, when Mr. Trump suggested he would reduce the national debt by negotiating with creditors to accept something less than full payment, economists dismissed the idea as fanciful.


Hours later, the Clinton campaign sent out a news release about Mr. Trump’s “risky” idea of defaulting on the national debt with a response from Gene Sperling, formerly a senior economic adviser to both President Obama and Mr. Clinton, condemning the idea.


The seriousness of the campaign’s response seemed to elevate a nonsensical proposal. “That is a danger,” said Dan Pfeiffer, a former senior adviser to Mr. Obama. “You have to take the threat of Trump becoming president seriously, but you shouldn’t treat him as a serious person.”


At the same time, Mrs. Clinton’s attempts at poking Mr. Trump have felt tame compared with what he has unleashed. The day after he accused her husband of rape on Fox News this month, she told CNN, “I have concluded he is not qualified to be president.”


Her aides were exuberant that Mrs. Clinton, a cautious candidate who for weeks had demurred when asked if Mr. Trump was up to the job, had finally publicly declared him unfit. But to many Clinton allies, it felt like a tepid tactic from yesteryear.


“Sometimes, you get the feeling that they’re in a professional boxing match and he’s in a street fight, and they’re coming in with their gloves on,” said the Rev. Al Sharpton, expressing dismay over the Clinton operation’s apparent lack of appetite for combat.


“This is a street fight with a guy with a razor and a broken Coca-Cola bottle,” he added, “and you’ve got to fight him like that.”


Ms. Palmieri said, “Each tactic we use is designed for a particular purpose to either engage the press or reach a certain audience.”


Any aggressive approach by Mrs. Clinton is potentially dangerous, however, because recent polls show she is viewed negatively by a majority of the electorate.


The campaign says it intends to go after Mr. Trump more forcefully, particularly on national security and his business record, after June 7, when Mrs. Clinton is expected to officially clinch her party’s nomination.


For now, her aides appear to be throwing ideas against a wall to see what sticks, including trying out different monikers after the Democratic National Committee’s “Dangerous Donald” flopped. An internal favorite is “Poor Donald,” with its implication that Mr. Trump, famously defensive about his net worth, is not nearly as wealthy as he lets on.


Her advisers also say that a large percentage of voters have not yet paid attention to the details of the race and do not know about Mr. Trump’s business dealings or that he has refused to release his taxes.


“It wouldn’t be a general election without some early bed-wetting from Washington insiders,” said Robby Mook, Mrs. Clinton’s campaign manager. He noted that the campaign had attacked Mr. Trump over the tax returns and for his “demeaning millions of Americans.”


“Our campaign has already shown the resolve to take him on and put him on defense in ways his Republican challengers never could,” Mr. Mook added.


William M. Daley, Mr. Obama’s former White House chief of staff, attributed any early shortcomings in taking on Mr. Trump to Mrs. Clinton’s prolonged primary battle against Mr. Sanders. The period between the June 7 contests and the July convention will reshape the race, he said.


To that end, Joel Benenson, Mrs. Clinton’s pollster and chief strategist, pointed out that at this stage in the 2008 primary battle against Mrs. Clinton, Mr. Obama led Senator John McCain by only two percentage points. He went on to defeat Mr. McCain by 7.2 percentage points.


It is clear, however, that Democrats are no longer mocking Mr. Trump. Many of them seem determined instead to understand his appeal.


In an interview on Friday, Gov. John Hickenlooper of Colorado said he had purchased and begun reading Mr. Trump’s book “The Art of the Deal.”


The governor said he remained confident that Mrs. Clinton would ultimately win, but added that “she has to be careful, because now he has momentum.”

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1. Not 1 person blamed Hillary for any of what we posted. We do, however think she's a hypocrite who's policies in the Middle East were disgusting. That had NOTHING to do with Bernie.

2. I'll say it again. FUCK ISRAEL. My Jewish friends from Jews against Israel agree :dead:

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The Criminalization of Politics: Hillary Accused of Racketeering by the FBI, Will She be Dumped from the Presidential Race?
In a recent release, the FBI has indicated that it will be presenting a recommendation to Loretta Lynch, Attorney General of the Department of Justice:
“James Comey and The FBI will present a recommendation to Loretta Lynch, Attorney General of the Department of Justice, that includes a cogent argument that the Clinton Foundation is an ongoing criminal enterprise engaged in money laundering and soliciting bribes in exchange for political, policy and legislative favors to individuals, corporations and even governments both foreign and domestic.”
(quoted by Frank Huguenand, Global Research, May 30, 2016)
There are several possible scenarios which affect the outcome of the presidential campaign. The fundamental question is whether this recommendation –which documents the criminal undertakings of the Clinton Foundation– will be carried out by the Attorney General. Doubtful?
Loretta Lynch was appointed Attorney General by president Obama in 2010 during his first term. Of significance, Lynch also held the position of U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York under the Bill Clinton administration (1999-2001).
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Moreover, as pointed out in a recent article by Jerome Corsi, Loretta Lynch is political crony of the Clintons:
But little known is the fact that Lynch was a litigation partner for eight years at a major Washington law firm that served the Clintons.
Lynch was with the Washington-headquartered international law firm Hogan & Hartson LLP from March 2002 through April 2010.
According to documents Hillary Clinton’s first presidential campaign made public in 2008, Hogan & Hartson’s New York-based partner Howard Topaz was the tax lawyer who filed income tax returns for Bill and Hillary Clinton beginning in 2004.
In addition, Hogan & Hartson in Virginia filed a patent trademark request on May 19, 2004, for Denver-based MX Logic Inc., the computer software firm that developed the email encryption system used to manage Clinton’s private email server beginning in July 2013. A tech expert has observed that employees of MX Logic could have had access to all the emails that went through her account.
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It is, therefore, highly unlikely that Lynch will follow the recommendation of James Comey and the FBI.
Nonetheless, even if the indictment is NOT carried out, inevitably Hillary Clinton’s “credibility” as a presidential candidate is in jeopardy.
Hillary: “Losing Horse”
The corporate media may attempt to cover up or distort the findings of the FBI and manipulate public opinion with a view to supporting Hillary’s candidacy. This won’t work. Hillary’s reputation has been tainted. A suspected criminal cannot become president of the USA, whether the legal procedure against her is carried out or not.
And the Donald Trump campaign will go into high gear to discredit Hillary Clinton.
Under these circumstances, the Democratic Party hierarchy (not to mention Hillary’s corporate sponsors) may decide to dump Hillary Clinton. Hillary’s Wall Street cronies will not bet their money on a “losing horse”.
Assuming Clinton falls out of the presidential race, what happens? This scenario has already been contemplated and carefully rehearsed ahead of Hillary’s demise.
Will the nomination go to Bernie Sanders or will Joe Biden formally enter the race as a “slip in” candidate:
If Clinton’s email-related problems get worse or other developments sink her popularity far below even Trump’s, causing her to step aside, Biden, as a more establishment figure than Sanders, would be the party’s likely choice as a “slip-in” candidate and an almost certain winner against Trump.Notwithstanding these various scenarios, Donald Trump is ahead in the presidential race. (Chicago Tribune, May 27, 2016)
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The Criminalization of Politics
While Hillary, according to the FBI, is allegedly involved in money laundering and soliciting bribes, Donald Trump’s candidacy is also fragile, given his alleged links to organized crime as documented by David Cay Johnston:
But Trump was not clean as a whistle. Beginning three years earlier, he’d hired mobbed-up firms to erect Trump Tower and his Trump Plaza apartment building in Manhattan, including buying ostensibly overpriced concrete from a company controlled by mafia chieftains Anthony “Fat Tony” Salerno and Paul Castellano. That story eventually came out in a federal investigation, which also concluded that in a construction industry saturated with mob influence, the Trump Plaza apartment building most likely benefited from connections to racketeering. Trump also failed to disclose that he was under investigation by a grand jury directed by the U.S. attorney in Brooklyn, who wanted to learn how Trump obtained an option to buy the Penn Central railroad yards on the West Side of Manhattan.
Why did Trump get his casino license anyway? Why didn’t investigators look any harder? And how deep did his connections to criminals really go? (Politico, May 22, 2016)
Dirty politics. So much for Democracy and “We the People”.
The Criminalization of Politics in America: The leading presidential candidates, Hillary and Donald, have shaky records, with alleged links to criminal wrongdoings.
What choice is left? Revolution. Regime Change in the US…

This article is pulling up a deleted HuffPost article (deleted because it was bs) from early 2015 (which is why they're using a screencap and cutting out the relevant material), and then its using material from the far-FAR Right World NUT Daily which is the home of wacky conspiracy thories. Just stop. lol

EDIT: Even Snopes debunked this story: http://www.snopes.com/clinton-federal-racketeering-charges/

And Breitbart had to cover HuffPost being forced to remove it.

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I think as long as Bernie Sanders losing doesn't upset young people enough to keep them from voting come November (I personally think it'll all be long forgotten once the Clinton / Trump debates start), she'll most likely win.

However, anything can happen at this point. When Trump announced that he was running, everyone laughed. Now he's the republican nominee.

Young people are not a reliable voting bloc.

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Young people are not a reliable voting bloc.

Exactly. But that's one of the (many) reasons Kerry lost. He was basically the "Anti-Bush" vote and that wasn't enough to get young people to vote and/or convince other demographics to vote for him.

I have no idea what's going to happen after the DNC, but it just seems like when I talk to people, that's basically what's happening again. Most people I know LOATHE Trump, that's why they're voting for Hillary. Hillary's the anti-Trump vote. I'm not sure if that's compelling enough to get people to get out and vote.

Unfortunately republicans are SO, SO fed up of having a black man in office, gay marriage, Mexicans and this and that, that I have a feeling that they do feel compelled to vote this time around, even if it's for Trump.

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Hillary and Trump both sport high negatives. The election will probably be closer than we'd like in some states (swing states), but honestly as of right now, I can't see Clinton winning with LESS than 300 electoral votes.

At this point, I am more concerned with the Senate. Democrats need to make major gains because a blood bath for Democrats is coming in 2018 and we're sure to lose control of the chamber (assuming we win it back this year). We must get the Supreme Court replacements for Scalia - and probably Ginsburg - soon.

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I love how in the U.S. people talk about democrats or republicans in the "we". Like you're all part of a big team :lmao:

Everywhere else I've ever been to everyone is like fuck politics, fuck those corrupt assholes, I'm just voting for the less horrible party.

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Trump is just giving another speech showing how much a Gutmensch he is by donating money to Vets. And what I hate about it is that he is once again using it to complain about the press. You know, they are all liars and reporting unfairly. The very strategy is used by those Anti immigrant parties in Germany. All critical reports are called false and driven by an agenda. And it's all so ridiculous, because you can point the camera at them and let them talk without even asking them any questions, just they talking. And these idiots will still say it's all lies. And Trump ist just that. And now he is calling an ABC guy a sleaze. He is disgusting. And now this veteran having a rant. Calling Clinton and liberals, liberal media to stop using the veterans. How dumb can you be? What exactly does he believe is Trump doing? Sorry, this is so transparent and if you can't see through it you are either ignorant or plain dumb.

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Oh boy, this man is truly dislikable. The arrogance is so over board. If he truly gets elected POTUS the U.S. will be f*cked. The U.S. will be alone. Because diplomacy will come to a stand still. I don't see any serious politician having talks with him. But of course he can talk to Putin and Erdogan. He will isolate the U.S.

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Trump is just giving another speech showing how much a Gutmensch he is by donating money to Vets. And what I hate about it is that he is once again using it to complain about the press. You know, they are all liars and reporting unfairly. The very strategy is used by those Anti immigrant parties in Germany. All critical reports are called false and driven by an agenda. And it's all so ridiculous, because you can point the camera at them and let them talk without even asking them any questions, just they talking. And these idiots will still say it's all lies. And Trump ist just that. And now he is calling an ABC guy a sleaze. He is disgusting. And now this veteran having a rant. Calling Clinton and liberals, liberal media to stop using the veterans. How dumb can you be? What exactly does he believe is Trump doing? Sorry, this is so transparent and if you can't see through it you are either ignorant or plain dumb.

He lied about giving money to the vets. They had to twist his arm into giving the money that was raised.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/what-ever-happened-to-all-that-money-trump-raised-for-the-veterans/2016/03/03/fbafd9a0-e0b2-11e5-8d98-4b3d9215ade1_story.html

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/04/22/trump-vets-chair-charity-money-not-my-problem.html

http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/veterans-groups-outside-iowa-still-waiting-trump-money

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Trump is just giving another speech showing how much a Gutmensch he is by donating money to Vets. And what I hate about it is that he is once again using it to complain about the press. You know, they are all liars and reporting unfairly. The very strategy is used by those Anti immigrant parties in Germany. All critical reports are called false and driven by an agenda. And it's all so ridiculous, because you can point the camera at them and let them talk without even asking them any questions, just they talking. And these idiots will still say it's all lies. And Trump ist just that. And now he is calling an ABC guy a sleaze. He is disgusting. And now this veteran having a rant. Calling Clinton and liberals, liberal media to stop using the veterans. How dumb can you be? What exactly does he believe is Trump doing? Sorry, this is so transparent and if you can't see through it you are either ignorant or plain dumb.

At LEAST 50% of the voting population is either ignorant or plain dumb. AT LEAST.

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