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re: How much can you expect salary to increase from starting salary? - Doc Fenton
[quote]You need to change companies to typically maximize your salary. It is a sad truth.[/quote] It's not necessarily sad, depending on how you see things, but it's certainly true. Asking about salary increase expectations in-house seems to me to be one of those types of questions that misses...
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re: DOW & S&P at all time highs - Doc Fenton
I sold and cut my losses. I'll do a post-mortem later....
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re: Are Turkey, Saudi Arabia working together against Iran? - Doc Fenton
[quote]They are 2 completely different projects, but they would join together in Turkey.[/quote] I realize that. I still don't see what that has to do with Saudi Arabia or Qatar. [quote]In May 2007, a presidential finding revealed that Bush had authorised CIA operations against Iran.[/quote] ...
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re: Jeb Bush: Trump does not represent the future of the country — or the GOP - Doc Fenton
The only people who think that way are people who are getting fooled by the click-bait style of political rhetoric. You can call him a bad communicator or a bad politician all you want, but to say that anyone else during this campaign season offered more substance than him would be absurd. He topped...
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re: Jeb Bush: Trump does not represent the future of the country — or the GOP - Doc Fenton
I'm for whatever's anti-socialist. Romney = RomneyCare and a bunch of Fortune 500 corporatist initiatives I didn't like him. Cruz = Showboating on red herring issues to block efforts to reform the entitlement Goliath. I didn't like him. Hillary = pro-teachers-unions, pro-ObamaCare, pr...
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re: Jeb Bush: Trump does not represent the future of the country — or the GOP - Doc Fenton
[quote]I really do think this republic cannot survive a HRC presidency.[/quote] Really? She's a boringly corrupt politician that everyone hates. A better way to look at this election is that it's a contest where smart people in both parties want to lose, because they want to saddle the other s...
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re: Jeb Bush: Trump does not represent the future of the country — or the GOP - Doc Fenton
CB was pro-Romney and pro-Cruz. I was not. We come from different places....
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re: Jeb Bush: Trump does not represent the future of the country — or the GOP - Doc Fenton
[quote]The next announcement will be: that Jeb! pulls a Crist and crosses over to the other side where he, McCain, his Graham cracker, Romney, all belong. The DNC. So you may as well change your voter registraion to Democrat to be ready... No one will miss any of them.[/quote] It's a part...
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re: Jeb Bush: Trump does not represent the future of the country — or the GOP - Doc Fenton
Not trolling. For any mainstream political group in America, Trump is the greater evil. I've hated socialism my whole life, and I'm not about to stop now....
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re: Jeb Bush: Trump does not represent the future of the country — or the GOP - Doc Fenton
It's not about Jeb winning any future elections. It's about rallying a large enough coalition to form a salvageable remnant for the future of the country. Jeb & Romney have extremely important roles to play in supporting that function. It has nothing to do with them actually running for office in fu...
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re: Jeb Bush: Trump does not represent the future of the country — or the GOP - Doc Fenton
I'm serious. I would ally myself with the Congressional Black Congress if it meant I could destroy the GOP and all the Trump forces within it. Something new will rise from the ashes. The Libertarian Party isn't it, but something new will come in the future....
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re: Jeb Bush: Trump does not represent the future of the country — or the GOP - Doc Fenton
Wrong. Jeb Bush is one of the few salvageable parts left of the GOP. The entire party is going down with Trump, and Jeb's one of the few with the wisdom to look toward building foundations of support for the future....
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re: Are Turkey, Saudi Arabia working together against Iran? - Doc Fenton
[quote]The EU then began to look elsewhere for its suppliers of natural gas. Qutar and Saudi Arabi proposed a pipeline that ran through Iraq and connected to Nabucco pipeline in Turkey and then onto to Europe. At the same time, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan, 2 Russian puppet states that were getting t...
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re: How do I buy British pounds? - Doc Fenton
[quote]That being said, I wouldn't be surprised to see the yen reverse itself next week. It was where the most conservative hedges against Armageddon, and so as long as fire doesn't fall from the sky next week, then I don't see why that money would want to stay in Japanese yen.[/quote] So it turn...
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re: Are Turkey, Saudi Arabia working together against Iran? - Doc Fenton
[quote]Are Turkey, Saudi Arabia working together against Iran?[/quote] Ha. I wish. Erdogan turned somewhat sour against his former buddy Assad, but he has never been very anti-Iran, nor very pro-Saudi. He's just being diplomatic and supporting pan-Islamic solidarity for Palestine and stupid cr...
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re: So what were the motivations for this coup? - Doc Fenton
The government. The more information I get, the more this looks like a rash operation run by fools. [b]Bahceli[/b] "The head of the Turkish Nationalist Party (MHP) Devlet Bahceli made a telephone call to Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim on Friday and said the attempted coup is not acceptab...
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re: The coup has failed - Doc Fenton
Hahaha... that seems to make it plain that he was in fact plotting to do that anyway. :lol: This does indeed seem to be a pre-emptive measure to prevent some planned action by Erdogan, so I will withhold my judgment of the conspirators until we hear more about their motivations. :cheers:...
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re: The coup has failed - Doc Fenton
That might have something to do with it. It could be that elements of the military are wanting to mobilize for war against both ISIS and Assad. If they said that openly, then I might support them....
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re: The coup has failed - Doc Fenton
Erdogan supported ISIS less than Assad, Putin, & Obama, supported ISIS. I have been disappointed in Turkey's lack of resolve to fight against Assad and ISIS, but at least they have the excuses of (A) being in the midst of larger powers, and (B) having this weird situation with the Kurds as their ene...
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