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  1. Sad these deplorable drank the koolaid and now losing their jobs.
  2. He has his own street named after him in Chicago.
  3. They've been holding tributes to this guy for years. People from all backgrounds have wanted him released. Politicians, rights activists, Nobel peace prize winners, athletes, etc.
  4. I just did. That how I found out that Clinton tried to commute the guy and that he was never convicted of any bombing or murder.
  5. Of course poverty is a state of mind, so is wealth, hunger, cancer, etc.
  6. Clinton tried to commute the guys sentence in 1999 but the guy refused as he wanted 2 others released. The other 2 have since been released. He was never convicted of any bombing or murder.
  7. No, just on the news. Interesting how no students turned their backs on Hillary or walked out. They must have found comfort and support in her words.
  8. I've never heard of him until this thread. So I'm not going to start caring now.
  9. So after serving in Vietnam and serving 36 years in prison, the Puerto Rican communities in cities around the country want to honor him. Who gives a crap?
  10. Obama hated America and wanted us all to die. Thankfully Mighty Mouse is in the office now to save the day!
  11. Boehner actually called Trump " a complete disaster ". Like Hillary, he too nailed it.
  12. Why Ode felt the need to start another thread, I don't know. Everything she said in her speech was spot on. She did not say anything we did not already know about the con, but always a good reminder about the man deplorables elected to destroy the middle class and below. Even Boehner called him a disaster.
  13. "Let's call it what it is, it's a con. They don't even try to hide it,"
  14. "In the years to come, there will be trolls galore, online and in person, eager to tell you that you don't have anything worthwhile to say or anything meaningful to contribute. They may even call you a 'nasty woman,'" Clinton said. "Some may take a slightly more sophisticated approach and say your elite education means you are out of touch with real people." God love her.
  15. Clinton also called Trump's proposed budget "an attack of unimaginable cruelty on the most vulnerable among us — the youngest, the oldest, the poorest, and hardworking people who need a little help to gain or hang on to a decent middle-class life." = Brilliant!