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This is the least important thing to pay attention to in this election... I get that the president needs to be in good enough health to do his/her job, but I still don't understand why this is the detail people are dwelling on...
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This is the least important thing to pay attention to in this election... I get that the president needs to be in good enough health to do his/her job, but I still don't understand why this is the detail people are dwelling on...


inconsistencies like "non contagious bacterial pneumonia" when all bacterial pneumonia is contagious, and it hanging around for 7 months straight, tends to make ya ask a couple questions. especially after documented falls on the head and other falls, injured elbow, bill admitting that she fell often....

but no matter, go kiss this girl with your "non contagious bacterial pneumonia"..
Posted 10/31/16 , edited 10/31/16

VeggyZ wrote:

This is the least important thing to pay attention to in this election... I get that the president needs to be in good enough health to do his/her job, but I still don't understand why this is the detail people are dwelling on...


inconsistencies like "non contagious bacterial pneumonia" when all bacterial pneumonia is contagious, and it hanging around for 7 months straight, tends to make ya ask a couple questions. especially after documented falls on the head and other falls, injured elbow, bill admitting that she fell often....

but no matter, go kiss this girl with your "non contagious bacterial pneumonia"..
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Oh I didn't mean to imply that I don't think it's important. I just don't think we can blame her... agenda... on concussions... well not entirely anyway...

She had no trouble helping those two gentlemen up the stairs in that earlier pic.
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VeggyZ wrote:

This is the least important thing to pay attention to in this election... I get that the president needs to be in good enough health to do his/her job, but I still don't understand why this is the detail people are dwelling on...


Yeah, why on earth do Republicans think Democrats are so scared that the prez "won't be in good health"? (Ever look at JFK's medical reports?)

No, Republicans, you're getting confused and projecting again--It's YOUR looney Vice-Presidents we're terrified about being "a heartbeat away", ever since Dan Quayle and Sarah Palin. Democrats always manage to pick the safe ones.

Here, depending on her health, you're either getting President Clinton or President Kaine--
Either choice is a win-win over #1 Big Honcho Trump. (He passed an Amendment to change the name of the presidency, two weeks into his administration.)
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VeggyZ wrote:

This is the least important thing to pay attention to in this election... I get that the president needs to be in good enough health to do his/her job, but I still don't understand why this is the detail people are dwelling on...


Yeah, why on earth do Republicans think Democrats are so scared that the prez "won't be in good health"? (Ever look at JFK's medical reports?)

No, Republicans, you're getting confused and projecting again--It's YOUR looney Vice-Presidents we're terrified about being "a heartbeat away", ever since Dan Quayle and Sarah Palin. Democrats always manage to pick the safe ones.

Here, depending on her health, you're either getting President Clinton or President Kaine--
Either choice is a win-win over #1 Big Honcho Trump. (He passed an Amendment to change the name of the presidency, two weeks into his administration.)


We have a different definition of safe, clearly. I wish the Trump-haters would actually give at least one real detail when they go bashing. Besides "I just don't like him".

Most of the things people say he's going to do are unwarranted and most of the time, given his business, are the opposite of what he's likely to do. Most of the things people say he'll do wouldn't benefit him or us - he's going to do what gets him in the money, plain and simple. People act like he's so unstable - because the media says he is? When you watch him speak, he's not... I'm inclined to believe what I see over what I hear, any day.

Every time I ask that of someone when they are talking about how they hate Trump, the BEST they can come up with is "He touches whores who love money, and he said pussy" - lol, sorry, I don't give a shit about that. Not even a small one. In fact, I hear worse things out of the mouths of my female co-workers almost every single day.

Unless you have something specific that makes you think he's so dangerous? I have yet to hear one.
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Unless you have something specific that makes you think he's so dangerous? I have yet to hear one.


He calls everything "Unfair" and "Rigged" when he doesn't get his way.
It's not dangerous when a 3-yo. does it, it's dangerous when a 70-yo. who's held some previous high level of employment does it.

And then he goes looking for evidence of it that isn't there...Remember another president who went looking for "evidence" of his own personal delusions, and was already in office so he got to use the Army to do it?
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Unless you have something specific that makes you think he's so dangerous? I have yet to hear one.


He calls everything "Unfair" and "Rigged" when he doesn't get his way.
It's not dangerous when a 3-yo. does it, it's dangerous when a 70-yo. who's held some previous high level of employment does it.


Look at the media coverage of every single thing Trump does, and tell me it's NOT rigged. He can give a GREAT speech, the crowd goes wild, and the news networks just trash it, regardless of what was said. They make it SOUND like it's so absurd, but if you've actually watched his rallies, none of it is. It's so clearly rigged - you're just spouting Obama's lines almost word for word. It's proven that there is MASSIVE voter fraud, voters have recorded their votes being switched live at the voting machine, on video. People have reported their absentee ballots not being counted, buses found to be taking people from district to district to vote, over and over, and dead people are voting, tons of them, somehow - and DNC big-wigs have admitted to doing this stuff on HIDDEN CAMERA to people they think are donors! Not to mention, George Soros owns the companies that make the voting machines. There's SO MUCH to indicate an epidemic here, it would have to be intentional to overlook it all.

What - exactly - do you need to open your eyes? There's a LOT of evidence that what he says is true. Shall I support my statement? he hasn't failed to get his way yet - because this election isn't over. He called it for what it is - and it's not new, by the way. Voter fraud has been a problem for many elections - just look at all the recounts Bush needed to win in Florida. Jesus christ, have you done any reading on this subject at all?

also, Trumps "high level of employment" was him building his company from a loan from his father into a multi-billion-dollar business. Did it ever occur to you that he MIGHT know what he's talking about because he has been living as a billionaire and exposed to the world they live in?

Next time you hear something on the news, maybe you should consider "what if this isn't actually true"? Because when you do that you'll start to realize there's a lot of things that don't make sense the way they are told.

I'm not trying to be condescending in saying this - but you can't see if you don't look, it's an absolutely impossible feat.
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also, Trumps "high level of employment" was him building his company from a loan from his father into a multi-billion-dollar business. Did it ever occur to you that he MIGHT know what he's talking about because he has been living as a billionaire and exposed to the world they live in?


And what world do NYC construction contractors live in?
(Hint: Might want to watch a few Scorsese movies before answering. If "GoodFellas" was made today, I'd swear that wig-salesman guy who hung out with the gang and only peddled a favor or two was meant to be a deliberate in-joke.)
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VeggyZ wrote:
also, Trumps "high level of employment" was him building his company from a loan from his father into a multi-billion-dollar business. Did it ever occur to you that he MIGHT know what he's talking about because he has been living as a billionaire and exposed to the world they live in?


And what world do NYC construction contractors live in?
(Hint: Might want to watch a few Scorsese movies before answering. If "GoodFellas" was made today, I'd swear that wig-salesman guy who hung out with the gang and only peddled a favor or two was meant to be a deliberate in-joke.)


My point is clearly lost on you, and as such it stands. People don't actually have much legitimate dirt on Trump, unless it's something absolutely feeble from over a decade ago. There's like 2 or 3 legitimate complaints about him, and 1000's about Clinton. People just can't come up with more, because almost nothing against him has any evidence to back it. The Clinton's have enough evidence against them to expose an entire criminal syndicate.

Thanks though, I love when people reinforce what I'm saying in a discussion. Feel free to reply with something specific later, because not even google can get you information that doesn't exist.
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Unfit to be president!



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Posted 10/31/16 , edited 11/1/16

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It's not a healthy discussion?

1. No insults thrown

2. Produced an anecdote regarding (caring for) the elderly which had something direct to do with the topic at hand


You're furthering politically motivated garbage in an election cycle that is already just a fetid swamp of garbage that keeps getting deeper with each passing day as your country desperately struggles to make it to the shore. -.-






oh yeah "furthering" by having a discussion which includes observations from caring for the elderly

Much cry. But Hillary's going to be president anyways.

LOL honestly giving this thread way too much credit if that's what you think

"oh noes Hillary's being laughed at by someone on Crunchyroll!"


VeggyZ wrote:

This is the least important thing to pay attention to in this election... I get that the president needs to be in good enough health to do his/her job, but I still don't understand why this is the detail people are dwelling on...


I just think she looked like a broken Ms. Roboto

She qualifies for something residing in the uncanny valley- a life-sized bobblehead toy
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oh yeah "furthering" by having a discussion which includes observations from caring for the elderly

Much cry. But Hillary's going to be president anyways.

LOL honestly giving this thread way too much credit if that's what you think

"oh noes Hillary's being laughed at by someone on Crunchyroll!"


Luckily, that is not what I think. That's just you making something up to try and deflect a point. Trying to argue that a bad topic is justified because the discourse was elevated by a reply is a poor defense. Especially when the point I was making was that the current political discourse is toxic and your topic is something that was scooped out of that toxicity whether you care to admit it or not. So furthering that topic it is not helping matters.



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nanikore2 wrote:
oh yeah "furthering" by having a discussion which includes observations from caring for the elderly

Much cry. But Hillary's going to be president anyways.

LOL honestly giving this thread way too much credit if that's what you think

"oh noes Hillary's being laughed at by someone on Crunchyroll!"


Luckily, that is not what I think. That's just you making something up to try and deflect a point. Trying to argue that a bad topic is justified because the discourse was elevated by a reply is a poor defense. Especially when the point I was making was that the current political discourse is toxic and your topic is something that was scooped out of that toxicity whether you care to admit it or not. So furthering that topic it is not helping matters.





Guess what, this is not a part of the "political discourse"

"Hillary is a denizen of the uncanny valley" is not "political discourse"

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