zenwalk

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zenwalk last won the day on October 25 2006

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  1. Won't get rid of me that easy and I don't want you to go anywhere. I'm getting through and that's a bet I've already won..
  2. Boy, you sound upset. There's always ignore.
  3. Nixon looked invulnerable until he wasn't. The toadyism of the pack will stay with Trump until the leadership decides he's too much of a headache. Then like passengers on the Titanic they will head for the other side of the ship.
  4. LOL That's Mister Cranium to you. They actually have them but if I posted a picture I'd be fighting banner ads for the next year.
  5. That's right. The thing about all this is Russia routinely attempts to entrap important foreigners. They always have. As one ex-Russian desk staffer from the CIA said it would be strange if they didn't try to entrap Trump given what an easy target his appetites offer. What we don't know is the extent of his Russian financing and the details of the "interest" charged. It's complicated arresting the president of the United States especially when his Mickey Mouse fan club tends to be armed and easily provoked..
  6. We need to remember that the Japanese traditionally downplay their antics in the 1930s. The "comfort ladies" thing, the human experimentation, their deplorable treatment of POWs, the Nanking occupation were all brutally beyond the pale. I didn't see the show but there's plenty of internet links predating the show having to do with the captured theory. I do believe as well that the photo was found loose and not part of a book since the concern was that the photographer was a spy working for us. Yes, there's more work to be done.
  7. Got news for you. The average SS check here won't even cover housing in many regions.
  8. Krauthammer says Jr's situation is analogous to an agreement to buy stolen goods. Is he innocent if the goods don't show up?
  9. It's like the bathmat on my porch in a gale.
  10. That hair looks like a dead sea gull. It's the most complicated thing about him.
  11. I'll have cheese with that nothingburger. https://mikecaulfield.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/dahzhxxumaazmnw.jpg
  12. The right has killed far more than the Left. When a leftist attack happens in America it is an outlier. I do believe Trump is changing this but in the past several decades the racist right are the armed mob. “I stand by the statement that the left-wing terrorist groups were active in the 1970s and early '80s and we’ve seen a shift to more right-wing extremism,” Johnson says. “We do have left-wing extremists who are active and they do property destruction and commit acts of arson; there have been occasional incidents where a police officer will get injured…but the vast majority of these things are property destruction. They just don’t have the body count.” The ultra-left-wing terrorist groups of the 1970s generally carried out such attacks in protest of bloody U.S. interventions abroad or the entrenched racism of American society. Clearly, their tactics did nothing to hinder either phenomenon, as the invasion of Iraq and the racial segregation that is still readily apparent in our prison complex, inner cities and educational system illustrate. Considering these continuing evils and the dire threats of climate change and soaring inequality, there are arguably even more issues to be enraged about than there were in the early 1970s. But no American left-wing radical group has resorted to the kind of murderous plot found in the works of Tom Clancy and Michael Crichton, popular authors who cast environmentalist and anarchist groups as brutal villains. This last point is something the lunatic fringe of the American right has been at pains to prove recently. While left-wing terrorism in the United States is relegated to property damage and Al Qaeda-inspired militants have been largely foiled in the last decade, right-wing terrorism continues to wreck havoc. From 1995 to 2011,according to the Center for American Progress, 56 percent of domestic terrorist attacks can be attributed to right-wing extremists, 30 percent to violent environmentalists and 12 percent to Islamic radicals. The most deadly terrorist attack on U.S. soil before 9/11 was carried out by Timothy McVeigh, who was steeped in hard-right-wing ideology. http://www.alternet.org/tea-party-and-right/whatever-happened-left-wing-domestic-terrorism