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Mr. Kotter 05:29 PM 09-30-2017
Not single thread? Seriously?

I suppose everybody's out busy golfing...like Trump, eh?

:-)
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GloryDayz 08:20 PM 10-02-2017
Originally Posted by Taco John:
This is hilarious. The only point of this was to bash Trump, but the minute it doesn't work they cut the guy off and threw it over to the Democrat cattle.



The boxing that these Democrats do of this guy is remarkable. Just goes to show you how fake our news is.
She might want to try porn, political analysis isn't working for her. Any of her selfies been hacked?
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Mr. Kotter 10:29 PM 10-02-2017
Originally Posted by vailpass:
Percent of the US that would be okay with Puerto Rico sinking silently into the ocean?
Growing larger every day due to the way their politicians have conducted themselves/media has represented them over this.
They are just little brown people, so who cares anyway, right?
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headsnap 05:03 AM 10-03-2017
Originally Posted by Mr. Kotter:
They are just little brown people, so who cares anyway, right?
You typed it, you think it... RACIST FUCK!!!
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ChiTown 06:07 AM 10-03-2017
Originally Posted by headsnap:
You typed it, you think it... RACIST ****!!!
Amen. Gotta love Liberals. It exists in their mind and then they blame the other Party for their evil thoughts. Fucking whack jobs...
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GloryDayz 06:38 AM 10-03-2017
Originally Posted by Mr. Kotter:
They are just little brown people, so who cares anyway, right?
The chicks are still pink in the middle, right? I say save the hot chicks!
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Garcia Bronco 06:55 AM 10-03-2017
I find it tragic that people think that you can wave a wand and fix roads, cell towers, and water systems in a minute. Aid was immediately dispatched based on the limitations of what was going on. it's a deliberate use of Puerto Ricans as a political football by the Democratic Party. And that's why the Democratic party is so ridiculous and why they're losing votes by the minute. people aren't stupid and they see the impracticality of the message.
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stevieray 07:10 AM 10-03-2017
Originally Posted by headsnap:
You typed it, you think it... RACIST ****!!!
Sad, but true.
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patteeu 08:09 AM 10-03-2017
Originally Posted by Garcia Bronco:
I find it tragic that people think that you can wave a wand and fix roads, cell towers, and water systems in a minute. Aid was immediately dispatched based on the limitations of what was going on. it's a deliberate use of Puerto Ricans as a political football by the Democratic Party. And that's why the Democratic party is so ridiculous and why they're losing votes by the minute. people aren't stupid and they see the impracticality of the message.
:-)
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BucEyedPea 08:16 AM 10-03-2017
Originally Posted by Mr. Kotter:
They are just little brown people, so who cares anyway, right?
They look pretty white to me.
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Mr. Kotter 11:12 AM 10-03-2017
Originally Posted by Garcia Bronco:
I find it tragic that people think that you can wave a wand and fix roads, cell towers, and water systems in a minute. Aid was immediately dispatched based on the limitations of what was going on. it's a deliberate use of Puerto Ricans as a political football by the Democratic Party. And that's why the Democratic party is so ridiculous and why they're losing votes by the minute. people aren't stupid and they see the impracticality of the message.
This is what I find tragic:

Originally Posted by :
It's always an indelible experience for me as I watch some fellow physicians defend their actions, while others quickly admit to their mistakes or judgment lapses. No matter the circumstances, though, none of us ever want to hear the term "preventable death."

When that happens, it's an admission of failure and a breakdown of our entire medical system. In all my years of attending these meetings, I've only heard the term on a few rare occasions. Each time, it's caused the room to go stone silent.

Yet in Puerto Rico I have heard the term several times a day, every day, as local doctors, mayors and citizens worry that many of the most vulnerable citizens are at risk, mostly due to a failure of a timely, coordinated response by the authorities, both federal and territorial.

For want of insulin, blood pressure medications and antibiotics, things widely available at any neighborhood pharmacy in the US mainland, people in Puerto Rico will die -- are dying -- preventable deaths.

Puerto Rico was not a healthy island before the hurricanes devastated its infrastructure and lines of communication. Diabetes is rampant, and residents are older and poorer than on the mainland. Add an economic recession and a shortage of medical specialists, and you have the perfect storm. There may be 10s of thousands of hardy people who survived the hurricane and are now struggling to stay alive in its aftermath. They are teetering on the edge, with hardly any reserve.

I don't think I will ever understand or accept meaningless suffering. As a doctor and a journalist who has worked in disaster zones for 15 years, it is one of the most frustrating things on which I report. As a human, it makes me question what we hold most important and dear.
http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/03/health...say/index.html


By all means, though....let's get back to playing golf.
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Loneiguana 11:18 AM 10-03-2017
Originally Posted by Garcia Bronco:
I find it tragic that people think that you can wave a wand and fix roads, cell towers, and water systems in a minute. Aid was immediately dispatched based on the limitations of what was going on. it's a deliberate use of Puerto Ricans as a political football by the Democratic Party. And that's why the Democratic party is so ridiculous and why they're losing votes by the minute. people aren't stupid and they see the impracticality of the message.
Spoken like someone who doesn't pay attention to Trumps Tweet, purposely ignores them, or just doesn't care.

Really hard to tell anymore.
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Garcia Bronco 11:28 AM 10-03-2017
Originally Posted by Mr. Kotter:
This is what I find tragic:



http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/03/health...say/index.html


By all means, though....let's get back to playing golf.
What I also find tragic is you didn't read my post.

-The infrastructure is broken there.
-Making the distribution if supplies difficult and next to impossible.
-The infrastructure problems cannot be fixed in a minute.
-The US is responding with the greatest speed possible.
-This is not on the President or the US or its citizens.
-It is a tragic uncontrollable situation and we are doing the best we can, while the Democrats and their like-minded people act like bulldogs (meaning sitting on their ass and growling).
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Garcia Bronco 11:30 AM 10-03-2017
Originally Posted by Loneiguana:
Spoken like someone who doesn't pay attention to Trumps Tweet, purposely ignores them, or just doesn't care.

Really hard to tell anymore.
I don't read Trumps Tweets douche nozzle...you do. Our country is doing everything it can right now. It's a shame you don't understand that and try to use the people of PR as a political football. Stop hating yourself and your country.
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Imon Yourside 11:31 AM 10-03-2017
Originally Posted by Garcia Bronco:
I find it tragic that people think that you can wave a wand and fix roads, cell towers, and water systems in a minute. Aid was immediately dispatched based on the limitations of what was going on. it's a deliberate use of Puerto Ricans as a political football by the Democratic Party. And that's why the Democratic party is so ridiculous and why they're losing votes by the minute. people aren't stupid and they see the impracticality of the message.
Absolutely, we need not look any further than the thread starter. The majority buy into any kind of BS they are told as long as it's from their trusted(fake) sources. Not like they have any kind of agenda to promote. :-)
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Baby Lee 11:35 AM 10-03-2017
Originally Posted by Mr. Kotter:
By all means, though....let's get back to playing golf.
Better to do like the Clinton Foundation and turn the dead black and brown bodies in Haiti into a war chest. All you need is partisan cover.
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