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re: Scalia's death signals the most important issue in this election. - RedStickBR
It's a question worth asking. Which candidate would appoint the best justices? Seems like Cruz would get the nod in that regard for the constitutional conservatives. Obama appointed two highly political commies. A few more like that and you can put a fork in the America we all grew up with....
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re: Dem Debate In-Game Thread - RedStickBR
Do you have any facts to support that assertion?...
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re: Dem Debate In-Game Thread - RedStickBR
Your intelligence isn't insulted by the fact either of these idiots think expanding health care coverage will drive costs down? You could limp your way to a D- in Economics 101 at Southwestern Eastern Mississippi Community College and realize that is complete BS....
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re: Dem Debate In-Game Thread - RedStickBR
How do African Americans face discrimination in the job market? ...
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Dem Debate In-Game Thread - RedStickBR
I guess someone has to start it ......
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re: It’s Official — Young Voters Have a Higher Opinion of Socialism than Capitalism - RedStickBR
You almost can't blame them. Many have literally never experienced a true economic expansion. This President had a trillion dollars to spend on infrastructure, and he blew it on paybacks for his buddies and then proceeded to regulate our economy into seemingly permanent stagnation. We're near...
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re: Did no one ever tell Beyoncé she's fat? - RedStickBR
I can see that :lol:...
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Did no one ever tell Beyoncé she's fat? - RedStickBR
Maybe in my less than ten years exit from college I'm already out of touch, but has no one ever told this woman she's entirely too fat to be showing her thunder thighs off on national television? What am I missing here?...
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re: Hillary's Back and Forth with Chris Cuomo - RedStickBR
Honestly, she's a worse kind of narcissistic than even Obama. Obama's narcissism is rooted in naivety, lack of experience, and the lack of constructive criticism from his party to their overruling desire to prop up the country's first affirmative action President. Hillary's is rooted in lust for ...
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Hillary's Back and Forth with Chris Cuomo - RedStickBR
People have an endless supply of lawyer jokes because of crap like this: [quote]CUOMO: [The Des Moines Register] did question your judgment, though, when it came to the email issue. They said, and you know this, but for the audience, in 2008 "when she says" — "when she makes a mistake, she shoul...
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re: Cruz, Rubio lead Hillary (RCP Average) - RedStickBR
Noticed that recently as well. Even Carson is hanging with her, right? She hasn't even begun to be beaten up yet in debates and targeted commentary, as most Republicans still have their crosshairs on other candidates in their own party. This can't bode well for Hillary, but this is a win for t...
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re: The Sand Box vs. The Sand Buckets: Some Thoughts on Race - RedStickBR
[quote] That and to the left, it's all about winning, nothing else. They will segregate and demonize anyone not like them all in the efforts to win. That's why the Democrat party does not have internal strife. Because winning is more important than the good of the country, the good of society. They...
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re: The Sand Box vs. The Sand Buckets: Some Thoughts on Race - RedStickBR
TLDR ^^ Just posting that so nobody else has to. /rant officially over...
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The Sand Box vs. The Sand Buckets: Some Thoughts on Race - RedStickBR
This is inspired by another thread in which one poster in response to the claim that "13% of the population commits half the crime" said that this is incorrect; rather, "members" of that subpopulation (which happens to comprise 13% of the total population) commit half the crime in this country. W...
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re: I'm opening a can of whoop-ass on Black Lives Matter in this thread.. with stats - RedStickBR
Excellent point about "members," so much so that I'm going to make it the topic of a new post since it's slightly unrelated to this one....
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re: I'm opening a can of whoop-ass on Black Lives Matter in this thread.. with stats - RedStickBR
I think we need people in the black community focused on BOB crime and we need people in the black community focused on responsible policing. As with everything else, there's always room for improvement and the police aren't immune from some needed introspection from time to time, even if it's at th...
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re: HRC: Email classification changes 'nothing' - RedStickBR
There are two issues here: The more damning issue is whether or not she sent or received classified information from a non-secure server. The less damning, but still irresponsible, issue is whether any classified information was susceptible to being intercepted even if it wasn't sent by or rec...
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re: In-Game Thread: 3rd or 4th or ah frick it Democratic Debate (NBC/Youtube) - RedStickBR
I don't care about Bush. I liked his Presidency on the whole but was highly critical by the end of it. His first term was obviously much better than his second. Obama will be lucky to be remembered any better than W. by anyone other than the fringe of our society....
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re: Lessons from the debate: - RedStickBR
There are serious journalists from both parties claiming she could potentially be in very hot water on the email issue and there's not a single question about it. It's unfathomable, really....
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re: In-Game Thread: 3rd or 4th or ah frick it Democratic Debate (NBC/Youtube) - RedStickBR
He doesn't poll above 50 on job approval, handling of economy, or handling of foreign policy. This is the weakest economic recovery ever, labor force participation is the weakest since the 70s, black unemployment is flirting with post-Civil Rights era highs, racial tension has increased, nearly ever...
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