SuperLib's past comments

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    SuperLib

    Trump: “They’re killing and raping everybody out there. They’re illegal. And they are finished.”

    I thought this sounded familiar. From Dylan Roof, the man who killed black churchgoers in Charleston:

    You rape our women and you're taking over our country. And you have to go.

    Posted in: Trump puts new spotlight on Long Island gang killings

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    SuperLib

    bass: Hartman was without a doubt in the top 10 of the funniest comedian SNL had.

    (Hartman as Bill Clinton) "There's a lot of things we aren't going to tell Mrs. Clinton about."

    One of the best ever.

    Posted in: Trump on the attack against 'SNL' again

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    SuperLib

    Trump changed the rules by using Twitter.

    Trump uses Twitter to spread lies.

    Posted in: Trump on the attack against 'SNL' again

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    SuperLib

    Sangetsu03: The reason that no new factories or manufacturing industries have been created is because regulation makes the costs far too high.

    The savings on real estate and labor costs by doing business in Mexico is tremendous. You are vastly overstating the importance of regulations.

    Posted in: SoftBank CEO Son meets Trump; pledges to invest $50 bil in U.S.

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    SuperLib

    bass: Carvey was also funny paroding Bill Clinton

    Don't forget Phil Hartman.

    Posted in: Trump on the attack against 'SNL' again

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    SuperLib

    sensible environmental policy that doesn't drive manufacturing jobs to Mexico and China.

    Well I don't think you want put environmental policies to be in line with Mexico and China, but I'm not 100% sure.

    Posted in: Environmentalists mobilize for battle with Trump

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    SuperLib

    Using his platform to target groups like SNL is just a waste of time and makes Trump look petty. No upside whatsoever, but I suspect he can't control himself.

    Posted in: Trump on the attack against 'SNL' again

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    SuperLib

    Good to hear Trump talking about a link betwen man and climate change. Republicans often deny that.

    Posted in: Environmentalists mobilize for battle with Trump

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    SuperLib

    I was seriously wishing him luck. I have little faith in his ability to understand global politics so he has that working against him, but I have no problem supporting sound, researched strategies.

    Posted in: Trump lays out non-interventionist U.S. military policy

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    SuperLib

    Good luck.

    Posted in: Trump lays out non-interventionist U.S. military policy

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    SuperLib

    sangetsu03: Trump comes from the private sector where the cost for any project must be less than the financial benefit the project creates. If he spends $50 million to build a hotel, he expects the hotel to generate much more than $50 million in return.

    And if not he could just put the property into bankruptcy and keep all the management fees while leaving the investors high and dry. In that sense, does he really care what the exit value is?

    Posted in: Trump on Boeing's Air Force One contract: 'Cancel order!'

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    SuperLib

    Probably the best "cringe" moments of the primaries for Dr. Carson: https://youtu.be/uafScAiaC44.

    Posted in: Trump taps former campaign rival Carson as housing secretary; meets Al Gore

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    SuperLib

    Demand for that assistance is high due to housing costs rising faster than incomes.

    Fix that and you won't need to give assistance.

    Posted in: Trump taps former campaign rival Carson as housing secretary; meets Al Gore

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    SuperLib

    Laguna: One wonders why Trump is doing this - when you poke the dragon, you'd better have a clear objective and strategy to achieve it.

    And a reason would be nice. Something to gain. A positive benefit.

    His supporters can say that Trump should call Taiwan if he wants, which is true. But it counters agreements we've entered into with China. And in those agreements we have responsibilities, and in return we get things we want. What some see as a simple phone call is actually part of a much broader agreement and by changing the terms you are giving China the green light to pull out or unilaterally change terms themselves.

    What is the overall benefit for us if we release China from their obligations? And what benefit is there to America to have Trump calling out China on Twitter as a result of his mistake?

    but you cannot "screw" China.

    Right again. Trump fans seem to think we can dictate terms to China and they will just have to live with it. That's just not how the world works today. If you want to put arbitrary tariffs on Chinese products well then China will go to the WTO and they'll win. What does Trump do next? Ignore the WTO, thereby, again, releasing everyone in it of their responsibilities when dealing with us?

    There's a reason why we have these agreements. It's because something sucked before the agreement came, and the agreement made things better. Sometimes agreements have to be modified or modernized or even scrapped, but it's after careful consideration.

    Not because Donald Trump and his team are too stupid to know international protocol while being cheered on by his largely uneducated supporters.

    Posted in: Trump signals tougher China policy

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    SuperLib

    Trump can change policy, but I'd feel more comfortable if he did it by consulting with his advisors and making a plan and then announcing a change. I'm not sure if I support him when he does something because he's dumb and then follows it up with, "I meant to do that."

    This is going to be incredibly hard to stop since his supporters are on the low end of the education ladder. They are in the same boat as Trump when it comes to world issues so they don't understand how spontaneous policy changes isn't the ideal approach. Sometimes they confuse stupid with tough and we might have a few bad policy decisions because of it.

    Posted in: Trump signals tougher China policy

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    SuperLib

    I wouldn't mind Romney in there as a hedge to the Trump swamp. On the other hand, Romney played a part in creating the post-truth politics that run the GOP nowadays. But still better than the swamp nutters.

    Posted in: Trump faces pushback from base, allies over Romney

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    SuperLib

    Ok, bass. You got me. Left myself wide open for that.

    Posted in: Trump shrugs off fuss over Taiwan president's call

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    SuperLib

    Theres nothing wrong with trying something new. Unless you're kind of stupid and you do something stupid because of it then tack on a "I was just trying something new" after you've been exposed as stupid. Trump is more the latter.

    Posted in: Trump shrugs off fuss over Taiwan president's call

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    SuperLib

    Laguna: SuperLib: <3

    They're just so horribly repetitive, aren't they? Each has their own schtick and they run it into the ground. So simplistic.

    Posted in: Trump shrugs off fuss over Taiwan president's call

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    SuperLib

    Texas: Trump also achieved the following on the way to his 306-232 electoral shellacking of his democrat opponent.

    Looks like Texas is heading for the same safe space as bass.

    Now, Mrs. Bill Clinton -- by proxy of Jill Stein....Mrs. Clinton refuses to accept

    More safe spaces. Tex is creating a comfortable place in his mind where Jill Stein's recount is replaced with Hillary's recount which leads to her not accepting the outcome which leads to her being a bad candidate. Which is odd since so many more people voted for her than Trump.

    Their candidate is about to make U.S. history by being the only person to ever lose a presidential election twice within two months. . . .

    Rounding it out he shows his lack of knowledge about what was at stake. I'll chalk this up to a lack of reading rather than a coping skill.

    Posted in: Trump backers ask courts to halt or prevent 3 state recounts

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