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  • [1] October 25, 2016 at 2:28am

    That was hilarious!

    All posts criticising the media were spectacularly down-voted, and all posts criticising Mr Trump went to the top.

    The prize goes to Vespucciland with a remarkable -86 for a rather innocuous remark. Well done Ves, I think that might be a record.

    My comment went up until it hit about +15 – +20 and then it was kicked down again. This happened about two or three times and I ended up with a rather ordinary -9.

    And all this, ironically on a story about “rigging”. I wonder if members of the news media, whose noses are, no doubt, seriously out of joint after being called out by Mr Trump, were invited to participate in this bit of petty vindictiveness.

    If one wishes to gain an indication of the panic that is currently gripping the Clinton campaign, one need look no further than this little event. They also know who is really winning.

    This is fun!

    Well, for some of us, anyway…

  • [-9] October 24, 2016 at 6:18pm

    Now, Soy…

    You are overstating all that to the point of dishonesty. I’m disappointed in you.

    Video has surfaced of Mrs Clinton’s press interviews as she and journalists returned to New York aboard Broomstick One.

    Her Press Secretary, Nick Merrill is clearly seen feeding questions for Mrs Clinton to the reporters who happily follow his “suggestions”. They would never tolerate such “assistance” from the Trump campaign.

    The fact that most of the mainstream media has eschewed any semblance of integrity in order to assist their candidate has made Paul Watson very unhappy. Unhappy? No, he is angry – as can be seen in the following clip.

    I must warn you that his anger causes his language to get a little salty.

    The mainstream media is barely bothering to conceal their considerable bias any more. It’s almost as if it’s now an ordinary and expected thing…

  • [19] October 23, 2016 at 7:09pm

    I’ve noticed an increasing number of trolls are trying to demoralise conservative voters. They pretend to be unenthusiastic about Mrs Clinton but state that the result is inevitable. They are trying to cause despair; trying to persuade these voters that the cause is lost and they should stay home on the 8th. Advisory note to you and others FYOG; it’s not working.

    I predicted a couple of months ago that Mr Trump would win. Recent indications have caused me to change my view a little. I now think that he’ll win comfortably.

    The latest (reliable) polls have him in the lead but still in a statistical tie. This is after he was some 5 points down a week ago (roughly averaging the polls). Rasmussen indicates that policy is now the most important thing for likely voters.

    So here are Mr Trump’s policies in refreshing detail.

    He is his speech. He gets into the meat at about the 13:30 mark.

    See if you can find something with which you disagree.

    Trump supporters in comment sections and on social media are gaining in confidence and enthusiasm. Trolls are being rebutted more strongly than previously. Mrs Clinton is suffering badly. That’s not scientific, I know, but it provides colour.

    Mr Trump is going to win.

    Imagine the panic and disarray within the Clinton camp…

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  • [7] October 23, 2016 at 11:49am

  • [31] October 23, 2016 at 11:18am

    Well, you’re right about the Reuters poll anyway, Sophia.

    Their 95% prediction isn’t credible. The polls have been used in the past to corral public opinion, but this time it simply isn’t working.

    Or, if it is, someone forgot to tell Florida…

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  • [12] October 21, 2016 at 5:13am

    Well, I’m an admirer of Mr Giuliani’s as well, Angry Blonde, but I think that an opportunity was missed.

    Neither Mr Trump nor Mrs Clinton do funny well, and they have my sympathy because I don’t either. While I deeply appreciate this talent in others, I don’t seem to possess it.

    This was an opportunity to mend a few fences and give the voter a little light relief from a pretty savage battle. They both disappointed. The best joke (Melania Trump’s speech anecdote) and the worst both went to Mr Trump. Mrs Clinton was bland.

    To make myself feel better I reviewed previous speeches given at this event by Mr Obama and Mr Bush. They were genuinely funny. They gave the American people a brief opportunity to laugh at each other and at themselves despite deeply held political differences.

    These two candidates missed the target by a country mile…

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  • [50] October 19, 2016 at 8:13pm

    I agree completely, Mike.

    That made my eyes prickle with tears.

  • [7] October 18, 2016 at 4:42am

    Sounds like the village people, Prov1

  • [23] October 18, 2016 at 3:29am

    Is this the sexual version of letting people keep their guns but denying them ammunition?

  • [5] October 18, 2016 at 3:24am

    Yeah. Terrific, Gary.


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  • [18] October 18, 2016 at 3:23am

    Neither may deserve to represent you, Quagmire, but one of them assuredly will…

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  • [1] October 18, 2016 at 3:19am

    Be wary of the second item as they are light on verification.

    Overall, though, it fits with the facts that we already do now.

    I imagine that there’s a lot more to come on this – and none of it will serve our western civilisation…

  • [2] October 18, 2016 at 3:16am

    I’ve noticed lately that I’m becoming a bit of a troll magnet…

  • [8] October 17, 2016 at 9:55pm

    I recall that also, Fellow Citizen.

    The implication seems to be that his presidential run has been designed to promote the launch of said media company.

    It doesn’t make sense, and frankly, I don’t believe it.

    If it does turn out to be true, though, I imagine that at least half of the American voting population would cheerfully beat him to a pulp…

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  • [5] October 17, 2016 at 9:49pm

    He’ll be lucky if that’s all that happens to him as he has apparently broken California wire-tapping laws.

    If Mr Trump makes a complaint, Mr Bush – and any others involved – may well spend some time with a libidinous room-mate…

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  • [11] October 17, 2016 at 10:34am

    “Cryptic” is right.

    He’s telling somebody something. But who, and what?


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  • [2] October 17, 2016 at 9:43am

    I didn’t know that, Wigone. I hadn’t done any research on him what with everything else that’s going on. I’d like to, though.

    Do you have a link to get me started?

  • [2] October 17, 2016 at 9:25am

    Well, that clears that up.

    But, unfortunately, you can’t just shut yourself off and wait for it all to be over. Sooner or later they will come for you. The Bureau of Land Management already is. True, they have been knocked back here and there, but they won’t give up. And jail awaits those who defy them. Or death.

    I understand your desire to vote for a westerner – someone who is well aware of your particular industry and, no doubt, closely shares your values – but, in reality, Mr McMullin isn’t going to have much impact.

    Stand together or fall divided…

  • [1] October 17, 2016 at 8:33am

    Now Soy…

    Do you really want Gary Johnson to lead your nation?

  • October 17, 2016 at 8:32am

    So, let me understand you correctly, Indaglia.

    Mrs Clinton (in a leaked transcript) has said that it’s her “dream” that American borders should be opened and the citizens of South America should be able to enter at will, and you support this?

    Is that right? You’re perfectly happy, living on the border as you say you do, to have 600 million non- Americans be able to enter you nation at any time that they please and stay for as long as they desire?

    Forgive me if I doubt the veracity of your statement…

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