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Posts by justiceseeker93

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  • The Real Problem with Joe's Dementia

    08/15/2020 5:07:31 PM PDT · 100 of 104
    justiceseeker93 to null and void
    So? What indication do we have that groping Joe isn’t a garden of STDs including tertiary syphilis?

    Always a possibility but a very remote one in this antibiotic era. Syphilis is very discoverable and treatable in its early stage, in contrast to Woody's time.

    One other possible risk factor in Biden's dementia: although the media have barely gone into this, Biden's medical history includes two brain surgeries for aneurysms.

  • The Real Problem with Joe's Dementia

    08/15/2020 11:02:27 AM PDT · 71 of 104
    justiceseeker93 to alternatives?; bitt; LucyT; David; firebrand; ml/nj; theothercheek; DoughtyOne; dfwgator; ...
    Is the American population in general so darn dumbed down that a demented individual, advocating an off-the-wall policy agenda, is a serious threat to the presidency?

    Get ready to withstand another bout of media insanity next week as the 'Rats do their national convention while Biden stays in the basement.

    The article should have noted that Jill Biden’s recent book was dedicated to Edith Wilson who took over the presidency after her husband had a stroke.

    The historic truth is that Wilson didn't suffer a stroke, but rather he had a cognitive decline due to tertiary syphilis (neurosyphilis).

  • Trump on opposition to renaming Confederate-Named Bases: Are we going to name them after Al Sharpton?

    07/20/2020 10:16:46 AM PDT · 36 of 37
    justiceseeker93 to Impy
    I didn’t watch, how was it? It sounds like this SOB Wallace Jr. was trying help Biden.

    It's probably still available on the Net. Just google "President Trump Chris Wallace interview" and you should get a link to the FoxNews video of it.

    I'd agree with Trump that Wallace, though he denied it, tends to be pro-Democrat, so he had some disagreements with Trump over some things, like whether Biden endorsed defunding of police. Turns out that Wallace today acknowledged that Biden did that but it was not included in the Biden-Sanders agreement. But Wallace gave him a tough time about it. Trump and Wallace also disagreed about the death rate of COVID in the US as compared to other countries. At one point Kayleigh McEnany came to Trump's aid by producing a statistical sheet supporting the relative low death rate in the US.

  • Trump on opposition to renaming Confederate-Named Bases: Are we going to name them after Al Sharpton?

    07/19/2020 3:05:32 PM PDT · 32 of 37
    justiceseeker93 to DUMBGRUNT; AJFavish; MadMax, the Grinning Reaper
    Notice the lack of trash talk about the CSA.

    Same holds true for Lincoln's second inaugural speech: very magnanimous toward the dying Confederacy.

    And the same holds true in Grant's acceptance of Lee's surrender at Appomattox

  • Trump on opposition to renaming Confederate-Named Bases: Are we going to name them after Al Sharpton?

    07/19/2020 2:50:01 PM PDT · 31 of 37
    justiceseeker93 to White Lives Matter; ExTexasRedhead; MadMax, the Grinning Reaper; theothercheek; SJackson; jjotto; ..
    Trump on opposition to renaming Confederate-Named Bases: Are we going to name them after Al Sharpton?

    Thought that was the funniest line of the interview, which became moderately contentious at times. Wallace could have caused a big dustup by interjecting the "r" word and using it against Trump but he instinctively knew that Trump has thrived when this tactic has been tried against him often in the past. We may not have heard the end of this from the nitwits on the left, though.

    Trump has been explaining for weeks why he opposes the base name changes. It's not to honor the Confederate generals, but rather to preserve the history of the bases in preparing American servicemen for their combat activity in WWI and WWII.

  • At Mount Rushmore, Trump digs deeper into nation’s divisions

    07/04/2020 10:52:46 AM PDT · 71 of 95
    justiceseeker93 to firebrand
    Unfortunately, most people will remember the phrase “racial division” instead of watching the actual speech. No one takes the time to read or to watch speeches all the way through.

    That speaks volumes as to what "journalism" is about these days. If you are going to cover a presidential speech, isn't it your job to listen to whole thing before you start to write your story?

  • At Mount Rushmore, Trump digs deeper into nation’s divisions

    07/04/2020 10:42:07 AM PDT · 68 of 95
    justiceseeker93 to C19fan; ExTexasRedhead; ml/nj; Yaelle; left that other site; SunkenCiv; Georgia Girl 2; ...
    Trump pushes racial division, flouts virus rules at Rushmore [The Narrative]

    When I first saw this headline here, my intuition was that it came from the New York Slimes or the Washington Compost. Turns out it was from the AP. No big surprise there. All have been major cogs in the war of fake news and omission of real news that these MSM outlets have been waging against Trump from the day he came down the escalator in 2015.

    That's exactly why Trump has to amp up his schedule of rallies and public appearances from now straight through Election Day. Only by seeing the real Trump speak himself can voters see for themselves how MSM has him backwards, deliberately.

    In the Mt. Rushmore speech last night, promoting "racial division' was the polar opposite of what Trump was conveying, He mentioned Rev. Martin Luther King and Frederick Douglas as well other black individuals in ticking off a list of historical prominent Americans who contributed mightily to making us the greatest country on the planet..

    Apparently these AP idiots had no interest in listening to him.

  • President Trump Pays His Respects to St. John's Episcopal Church

    06/28/2020 3:38:24 PM PDT · 13 of 17
    justiceseeker93 to left that other site; Yaelle; AJFavish; MadMax, the Grinning Reaper; patriot08; RitaOK; ...
    I just can’t wrap my head around the way leftists “think”. It is so alien to me.

    Amen! What makes it so angering is that most of the media thinks the same way and displays leftists and their ideology 24/7. The same holds for the current Democrat party. The same also holds for most of Hollywood and the sports organizations. Every day we are inundated by the same BS.

  • Synagogues In Los Angeles And Richmond Vandalized During Protests

    06/07/2020 12:51:38 PM PDT · 30 of 30
    justiceseeker93 to Olog-hai; All
    Speaking of Ellison, I was reading what Schumer said when he endorsed him for DNC chair in 2016:

    “I stand by Rep. Ellison for DNC chair. … We have discussed his views on Israel at length, and while I disagree with some of his past positions, I saw him orchestrate one of the most pro-Israel platforms in decades by successfully persuading other skeptical committee members to adopt such a strong platform. As C‎hair of the DNC he has committed to continuing to uphold that platform and to convince others that they support it as well.”

    This was a blatant lie, since there is nothing pro-Israel that the Democrats support in their platform, particularly back in 2016.

    Schumer is a sell-out to his own people. Thanks for the reminder of that praise of Ellison. Unless Schumer was made an "offer he couldn't refuse" (as in "The Godfather"), there is no way any supposed supporter of Israel could justify engaging in this idiocy.

  • Synagogues In Los Angeles And Richmond Vandalized During Protests

    06/07/2020 7:22:04 AM PDT · 22 of 30
    justiceseeker93 to MadMax, the Grinning Reaper; fieldmarshaldj; theothercheek; Impy; InterceptPoint; ...
    The State’s Attorney General of Minnesota is Keith Ellison, once a member of Congress, a black muslim, Marxist, and very smart white-hating psychopath who uses white liberals like toilet paper to get him into positions of power.

    Yes, I knew that Ellison was a Black Muslim and an anti-white, anti-semitic bigot, but the announcement of him leading the prosecution against the accused police officers aroused no comments about his background in the MSM.

    You wonder how a guy with his radical past can be elected statewide in a state like Minnesota, whose population is only 6% African-American and for as long as I can remember, was never in the spotlight as a center for any kind of extremism, Yes, it produced Hubert Humphrey and Walter Mondale, but they weren't of this ilk.

  • Synagogues In Los Angeles And Richmond Vandalized During Protests

    06/06/2020 2:38:38 PM PDT · 19 of 30
    justiceseeker93 to Olog-hai; jjotto; ExTexasRedhead; goldstategop; Red Steel; Yomin Postelnik; Free ThinkerNY; ...
    This synagogue desecration of synagogues with anti=semitic graffiti sadly invokes horrific images from Nazi Germany, where it was a prelude to the Holocaust. It's obvious that a significant element of the radical left will take every opportunity they can to "celebrate" their antisemitism. They've been doing it for decades now.

    And the MSM is working hand-in-glove with their sicko exploits. Barely a mention of these anti-semitic incidents has been reported to the general public.

    If Mark Levin hadn't interviewed a rabbi on his radio show the other day, even news junkies like myself would be in the dark about these horrors.

  • Ban Anti-Semite Rasha Mubarak from the Democratic Party

    05/12/2020 9:51:32 AM PDT · 12 of 15
    justiceseeker93 to SJackson; ExTexasRedhead; Eleutheria5; firebrand; fieldmarshaldj; goldstategop; Ancesthntr; ...
    Almost sounds as if the author of this posted article just woke up to discover the phenomenon of antisemitism within the Democratic Party. Better late than never, I suppose.

    If the Democratic bigwigs in Washington are silent about unquestionable antisemites in their midst (e.g, congresscritters Talib and Omar), how can the author expect the relatively low-ranking Democrats he mentions to have the guts to put down the likes of Ms. Mubarak?

  • De Blasio: Coronavirus ‘Is a Case for’ ‘Nationalization of Crucial Factories and Industries’

    03/15/2020 5:05:02 PM PDT · 19 of 51
    justiceseeker93 to irishjuggler; firebrand; ml/nj; juliej; NativeNewYorker; nycteacher
    Commies are gonna commie.

    You hit the nail right on the head. I can't imagine anyone who is NOT a commie honeymooning in Castro's Cuba, which is exactly what DeBlasio did.

    BTW, with all his purported zeal for public education, he closed the NYC schools for at least a month! And unlike other places, I don't think they have the capability for online instruction.

  • Vanity: If You Paid a College Student's Tuition and the School Is Shut Down by the Coronavirus Hype, Should You Demand a Partial Refund or Sue If Necessary?

    03/15/2020 5:42:00 AM PDT · 74 of 75
    justiceseeker93 to aMorePerfectUnion
    In our country, if they don’t shut down and 1 person dies or is injured -.or gets the Wuhan virus and transmits it to a person who dies... the university will be sued.

    I agree that there are an overabundance of lawsuits filed in general, and universities with their deep pockets are convenient targets for plaintiff attorneys on a wide variety of issues. That's why they have legal departments working for them whether they are open or closed.

    So there are always legal risks for them, and in particular, there will always be some communicable diseases spread among closely quartered college students. It just comes with the territory.

    From what we know now, the Wuhan virus is no more dangerous to the college student population than, say, influenza, and colleges do not shut their doors completely when a few cases of the flu occur on campus. These college shutdowns for this overblown coronavirus phobia are manifestations of the "snowflake" mentality so prevalent in left-leaning thinking.

  • Vanity: If You Paid a College Student's Tuition and the School Is Shut Down by the Coronavirus Hype, Should You Demand a Partial Refund or Sue If Necessary?

    03/14/2020 8:05:13 AM PDT · 44 of 75
    justiceseeker93 to aMorePerfectUnion; All
    We’re you also planning to sue if they kept the school open and your kid died?

    It should be noted that coronavirus has not caused any deaths in the US in anyone under 50. Therefore the likelihood of any college student dying from it is extremely remote.

    As in so many decisions in life, this amounts to a benefit vs. risk issue. I personally think that the benefit of a college student's appropriate education outweighs the risk of a (generally mild) coronavirus infection.

    I just posted this thread to see if people out in FR country were willing to buck mentality of the herd as promulgated and stimulated by the out-of-whack mainstream media.

  • Vanity: If You Paid a College Student's Tuition and the School Is Shut Down by the Coronavirus Hype, Should You Demand a Partial Refund or Sue If Necessary?

    03/14/2020 6:49:53 AM PDT · 24 of 75
    justiceseeker93 to Jolla
    No, they are acting prudent, my wife is a teacher, one of her co-workers has the virus, they have closed the school for two weeks. Do you feel they should force the school to expose your child to the virus? Here at TCU I understand they are going to do the rest of the semester all on line.

    I was assuming in my scenario that there was NO evidence of anyone with coronavirus on campus at the time of the shutdown.

    And doing instruction on line is not necessarily feasible in all cases. Plus, it deprives the student of the unique quality of the on-campus experience.

  • Vanity: If You Paid a College Student's Tuition and the School Is Shut Down by the Coronavirus Hype, Should You Demand a Partial Refund or Sue If Necessary?

    03/14/2020 6:35:42 AM PDT · 16 of 75
    justiceseeker93 to ml/nj; Liz; Ann Archy; LucyT; RitaOK; AJFavish; Yaelle; firebrand; sf4dubya; David; ...

    Ping!!!

  • Vanity: If You Paid a College Student's Tuition and the School Is Shut Down by the Coronavirus Hype, Should You Demand a Partial Refund or Sue If Necessary?

    03/14/2020 6:12:31 AM PDT · 1 of 75
    justiceseeker93
  • POTUS Popping in the Polls

    01/20/2020 11:46:46 AM PST · 28 of 32
    justiceseeker93 to olesigh; LucyT; SunkenCiv; Liz; Ann Archy; Kaslin; Political Junkie Too; campaignPete R-CT; Impy; ..
    Why would market people want downturn? Many oppose warren sanders for asset grabbing proposals and other socialist plans.

    The lion's share of political contributions from Wall Street firms and their top executives have gone to Democratic presidential candidates for decades (while their media mouthpieces pretend otherwise). They would much prefer to work as crony capitalists with a Democrat administration. They don't particularly care for the prospect of a Sanders or a Warren in the White House, so they would prefer a more "traditional" Democrat instead, e. g., Biden or Bloomberg.

    And they're not above causing a market price downturn for a brief period before the election in order to hurt Trump's chances, while the media sounds like the Trump is the second coming of Herbert Hoover. They are so well-heeled that they can withstand a short market downside and come up smelling like roses when the bull market resumes after a traditional Democrat is elected. At least that's what they may be thinking and planning.

  • POTUS Popping in the Polls

    01/20/2020 7:23:32 AM PST · 23 of 32
    justiceseeker93 to Kaslin; Liz; firebrand; Yaelle; Impy; InterceptPoint; DoughtyOne; goldstategop; GOPsterinMA; ...
    Tend to agree with the author of the posted article.

    Can't see any reason why Trump shouldn't win all the states he carried in 2016 and perhaps add a few more to his column. He might very well get over 50% of the national popular vote, even though the 'Rats will cheat like crazy to add phony votes to their totals in states like CA that they will win anyhow.

    Although Trump frequently grossly exaggerates the numerical magnitude of his electoral college triumph in 2016, his electoral college win in 2020 may very well top 2016 significantly.

    The only possible cloud on Trump's reelection horizon is a downturn in the economy, and you can bet that the 'Rats on Wall Street will make every effort to try to "accomplish" that.