SuperLib's past comments

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    SuperLib

    Does this mean Russia will finally start bombing ISIS?

    Posted in: Major powers agree to plan for 'cessation of hostilities' in Syria

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    SuperLib

    They say you don't stop campaigning for president, you just run out of money.

    Posted in: Christie, Fiorina drop out of Republican presidential race

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    SuperLib

    mohammed: Bernie Sanders should realize it wont be easy at all for him presidency marathon

    Bernie Sanders needs the marathon. I love pretty much everything he says about the domestic situation in the US but I'm curious as to how he will handle international affairs. The US has a unique position and it's important to vet that. Vetting people takes time. I want to know what his worldviews are before I'll vote for him. If he can't produce confidence on that issue then he'll have trouble maintaining against Clinton.

    Posted in: Sanders, Trump win in New Hampshire

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    SuperLib

    Bernie is awesome. He's getting young people interested in the political process and young people these days skew left. It's the ticking time bomb for the GOP and Sanders is accelerating that. The GOP knows this but they can't change so instead they are working hard to remove polling stations from college campuses, curbing voter registration drives, refusing to accept college issued IDs at voting stations, etc. One GOP official shut down civics classes in his district because "It was confusing my son about whether he could vote or not." Yep, he actually said that. And of course bubble dwellers accept it without question since they are trained to keep quiet.

    I'm betting if bubble dwellers really saw some of the comments Bernie makes they'd agree with a much higher percentage than they think. Why is Healthcare putting people into bankruptcy? Why is nearly all new income going to the top 1%? Why do companies pay these massive fines for fraud but no one ever goes to jail? How can we have a democracy with the rich pouring millions and millions of dollars into elections? Why have wages been falling for decades? Why is college over a thousand percent more expensive today than in the 80s?

    You might disagree with his solutions but he's brining up issues that need to be talked about. That alone is a win. Republicans shouldn't feel threatened by the questions, they should be asking them to their politicians and demanding answers. But then again this is a group so controlled that they just stand there breathing through their mouths with a blank look when you ask them why their party hasn't had a single vote on an Obama replacement.

    You'll notice that no GOP member here talks about specific thing Sanders says, obviously because they are kept in the dark. It's mostly just catchphrases. Ask them what they think about the government massively profiting on student loans and they'll immediately cut you off with, "Sanders?!?! The commie?!?! Oh my God that man is going to take all of our money and give it to lazy people!!!" And then no one talks about the student loan problem. Gotta love the bubble dwellers ignoring issues that should be important to them, all because the socialist said it.

    Posted in: Sanders, Trump win in New Hampshire

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    SuperLib

    MarkG: Yesterday proved they need to wake up. It wasn't a loss, it was a slaughter for Hillary. She needs to get her village aligned.

    So what I can piece together from Republican comments here is that they believe Clinton was poised to win New Hampshire and collapsed. And it looks like the bubble is printing stories about some kind of chaos with the Democrats. Interesting.

    I'm pretty sure the GOP read the headlines outside of the bubble and just switched the parties around. The GOP is in chaos? Well let's tell our followers that the Democrats are in chaos. You see that a lot with "Obama won't compromise" type catchphrases. They most likely read about how people felt about the GOP then switched it around and presented it to the low information bubble dwellers who now repeat it.

    At the end of the day it's the same story. Republicans tell themselves that they still have a shot at the White House while doing nothing to expand their base. Possible, but not likely, and at some point the GOP will have to come to terms with this. It looks like they aren't ready to do that yet.

    Posted in: Sanders, Trump win in New Hampshire

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    SuperLib

    They have to attack Kasich. Republicans no longer make policy.

    Posted in: Sanders, Trump win in New Hampshire

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    SuperLib

    Trump is no more racist or prejudice

    When your party is racist I suppose Trump just seems like a regular guy.

    Posted in: Donald Trump looks for a win in New Hampshire primary

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    SuperLib

    There's just so much fear and anger on the GOP side. They scoff at the notion of building coalitions on international issues and instead choose endless strong-arm tactics for both our enemies and our allies. They just don't understand how the world works today.

    Is announcing a return to waterboarding and more really the key to defeating ISIS? It's going to drive a wedge between us and our allies. It's going to be a distraction, will probably cause endless lawsuits, will be mentioned by China and Russia on a daily basis, will be used as radical propaganda, the list goes on and on. In exchange we get the off-chance that we have a terrorist and he has actionable information and gives it up only after waterboarding. (Because I'm assuming you don't just start off with that, but I wouldn't put it past some people here.)

    Posted in: Trump calls for waterboarding, other methods in U.S. fight against ISIS

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    SuperLib

    Is this where the GOP is at these days? Torture, carpet bombing, and a ban on Muslims? Seems pretty extreme to me. I'm not sure how you can win the hearts and minds of regular Muslims with such policies, and we need those people to help us combat extremism. You'd have to be pretty short sighted to not see that.

    Posted in: Trump calls for waterboarding, other methods in U.S. fight against ISIS

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    SuperLib

    Republicans love this kind of talk.

    Posted in: Trump calls for waterboarding, other methods in U.S. fight against ISIS

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    SuperLib

    Gotta love the GOP on GOP violence:

    Graham: Cruz worse than Obama

    On the question of foreign policy, the Texas senator is "just as wrong as Obama, if not worse," Lindsey Graham told CNN's Wolf Blitzer on Thursday. Asked why his fellow senators are reputed to have such a distaste for Cruz, Graham accused the winner of the Iowa GOP caucuses of being an "opportunist" to his core -- one who "gets ahead at our expense" and will "run down other Republicans" to advance his own ambitions.

    http://www.cnn.com/2016/02/04/politics/lindsey-graham-barack-obama-ted-cruz-foreign-policy/?iid=ob_lockedrail_bottomlist&iref=obinsite

    Posted in: Trump fights, Rubio on the skids in Republican debate

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    SuperLib

    Anyone need more popcorn?

    Posted in: Trump returns to debate stage; Rubio to face onslaught

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    SuperLib

    I resisted Windows 10, but my old laptop died (on Black Friday!!) and I had to get a new one. Not sure what I was so afraid of....I haven't had any problems with Windows 10 so far. I had Win7 before so I managed to skip 8.

    Posted in: Microsoft wants you using Windows 10, like it or not

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    SuperLib

    “The attacks and bombings by the Russian planes and the Syrian regime have left our brothers with nowhere else to go,” Turkish Prime Minister Ahmed Davutoglu said in a televised speech.

    How many Refugees has Russia taken in?

    Posted in: Thousands more Syrians rush toward Turkey to flee fighting

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    SuperLib

    Should Muslims not be President, as a couple of GOP candidates have said?

    Posted in: Obama visits U.S. mosque; says impression of Muslims distorted

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    SuperLib

    One woman said Assange intentionally damaged a condom and pinned her down while having sex. A second woman said Assange had sex with her without a condom while she was asleep.

    Yeah, but he exposed secrets about America, so can't we just let him get away with a couple of rapes? He's above the law now. At least that's what his supporters tell me.

    Posted in: Assange sex case sinks in international quagmire

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    SuperLib

    I liked this version better:

    "I find it very strange that a major financial institution (Goldman Sachs) that pays $5 billion in fines for breaking the laws, not one of their executives is prosecuted while kids who smoke marijuana get a jail sentence."

    But of course that just socialist talk, not really meant for me.

    Posted in: Fireworks fly as Clinton, Sanders meet in 1st one-on-one debate of campaign

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    SuperLib

    The GOP's problem is competing interests that will not compromise with each other. They can't make a budget because the Tea Party won't agree to one with other Republicans. They can't create a healthcare plan because they can't get their party to agree on one. Immigration? Same thing. Remember shutting down the government? Ted Cruz literally stabbed his own party member in the back on that one. The just ousted Boehner and now the far, far right is targeting Paul Ryan.

    This isn't agreeing with Democrats, this is literally agreeing with each other.

    Posted in: Trump accuses Cruz of fraud in Iowa caucuses; Rand Paul out

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    SuperLib

    MarkG: Yes clean house and replace both parties which are equally at fault

    The GOP has shifted to the far right. Surely you are aware of that.

    Posted in: Trump accuses Cruz of fraud in Iowa caucuses; Rand Paul out

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    SuperLib

    Burning Bush OCT. 05, 2015 - 08:16AM JST

    It's game over for the jihadist rebellion against Assad.

    Wait, were you the one who said Russia would clean house in a matter of days?

    Burning Bush AUG. 23, 2015 - 07:29AM JST

    America's bombing campaign has been ongoing for over a year now and the ragtag army of ISIS is seemingly unscathed. What a joke of an Air Force the US has. They can't even hamper a defenceless army of poorly trained goons riding around in pickup trucks in a wide open desert.

    I also remember lots and lots of posts like the above. Didn't I tell you to come up with a good reason why this ragtag army would still around after months of mighty Russian bombing? Still working on that?

    Posted in: Russia to bomb Syria until terrorists defeated: Lavrov

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