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  1. So what? A load of BS being dumped here. Making fun of any president who chooses to have a conversation with any other foreign leader at the G20 is ludicrous. One does not have to be a Trump supporter to recognize the REALITY OF THE SITUATION which is that the G20 is a place for foreign leaders to talk to each other, freely, and on any topic. Deal with it.
  2. The hypocrisy is mind boggling. Look up sexual indiscretions in the dictionary and you will likely find Slick Willy as the poster boy.
  3. In a cult there is usually some sort of psychological manipulation at play. If indeed these women have been interviewed by authorities on multiple occasions as suggested and that has not been suspected then what can anyone do? People of both genders are free to make bad life choices. I would agree that these women appear to have placed themselves in a very bad situation, but if they have done so willingly there is very little recourse.
  4. Do you get are tingly when you make absurd accusations and insults like this? How disgusting. SMH
  5. The women noted in the article say they are staying with him on their own free will, and are all of legal age. It would seem that the author of the article paints them as victims, but they do not see themselves that way. Unless someone can prove that he is doing something to them other than (apparently) giving them some sort of sexual satisfaction, it would be hard to define them as victims in a legal sense. For the guy to maintain some sort of "harem" is certainly morally objectionable, but as long as they are all aged 18 or older and are not otherwise being held captive (via drugs, psychological manipulation, or violence) it most likely is perfectly legal. At one point wasn't Charlie Sheen accused of doing something similar with a whole bunch of young women? And how many female "groupies" have placed themselves in similar situations when following male performers around the world? Are they all "victims", or just young women using bad judgment?
  6. Hopefully the RNC has the balls to terminated that woman's position as a committeewoman for the party.
  7. Your broad brush approach is duly noted - and rejected for the garbage that it is.
  8. Listing herself as a minority for a national professional organization seems pretty public to me. And Rubio has never claimed that he was a refugee. He was born here. Otherwise he could not have run for president. As I recall the issue that came up during the primaries, the claim was made that his parents came from Cuba as refugees, not refugees from the Castro regeime, but from the fighting that was being waged by the Castro revolutionaries that overthrew Battista. They were said to have arrived here prior to Castro's victory. I never gave that issue much thought, since Rubio's only possible appeal as a Republican candidate was his potential to appeal to parts of the Hispanic community. Whether his parents were refugees from Castro of just escapees from a war zone seemed irrelevant to me.
  9. Baseless in you opinion - and yes it is my bias. Isn't that what an opinion represents? Rubio has proven himself to be an opportunistic empty suit, in my opinion. But if you are speaking about his Cuban heritage, I don't think that has ever been in question. His efforts to use it for advantage have not been all that successful (in his personal life). As a politician from Florida, perhaps more so, given the opportunity to appeal to Hispanic voters who might vote based on that common link.
  10. The officer in the passenger seat of the car fired through the driver's door and hit the woman? And he missed his partner? Sounds very fishy. Almost sounds like what someone with zero firearms training might do by accident, but a police officer? This explanation is likely to be a doozy....
  11. My wife made the same comment. A blood clot anywhere near the brain could certainly have such an effect.
  12. In case you missed it, I said it was my opinion. And you are certainly not one to be complaining about another poster having a personal bias - based on your posting history.
  13. You obviously have mistaken me for someone who supports the current Republican healthcare bill. I do not. And I think McCain will vote no if it comes to a vote. He has been critical of the single party process as well as some of the language in the bills (original and revised). I have said all along that the Republican party has been foolish to spend time and effort to repeal the ACA. I still believe it is financially unsustainable, will fail on its own, at which point the only reasonable course of action to take in congress will be a bipartisan effort to come up with something that works.