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  • #46006
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    freedom
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    Well now this is news, right!!! Trump has been right on point. Read this article,

    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2015/12/11/feds-warn-bogus-batch-syrian-passports-amid-report-isis-can-print-them/?intcmp=hpbt1

    ISIS is printing fake Syrian passports, wow like we didn’t think they were doing that.

    #46016
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    GeorgiaSaint
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    We’re being set up – and not the way most anybody thinks. Consider the following:

    Trump initially wouldn’t pledge loyalty to the Republican Party in the first debate. But he later announced a change.

    Trump has been saying outrageous things and seems to be able to get away with it according to the polls (if we can believe them – I don’t, in general).

    Now all of a sudden, Trump is saying that he MIGHT re-consider his pledge to the Republican Party, and consider a 3rd party run.

    And just as suddenly, the RNC is ALREADY talking about a brokered convention before the first primary has even been held. That’s a move to oust Trump if there’s no clear majority at the Convention, but a situation where Trump has a substantial minority of votes. They would not need to be talking about it openly this early unless they intended to signal their intentions. It’s all a game – not of the entertainment variety, but with far more serious consequences, of course (like Pentagon war games).

    Trump will have his signature temper tantrum, bolt the Party, and all Hillary will need is 50.01% of the vote. Could it happen? I suspect it’s in the process of being engineered even as we speak. I don’t believe Trump ever wanted to be President anyway. It’s not who/what he is. And he certainly was/is no conservative. What was done to the cause of liberty through what was done to Ron Paul during the Primary season, followed by the rules changes on day-1 of the 2012 Convention, will potentially be no more outrageous than what they’re doing (just in different ways) to – and with – Trump. My own personal belief is that it is all with his knowledge – and I believe with his participation in all of this as well..

    GS
    "Ye hear of wars in far countries, and you say that there will soon be great wars in far countries, but ye know not the hearts of men in your own land."

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by Profile photo of GeorgiaSaint GeorgiaSaint.
    #46018
    Tolik
    Tolik
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    Pretty simple , dead men tell no tales , or print fake documents .

    #46026
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    namelus
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    probably got the printers same way north korea, iran did for printing usd

    #46027
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    GeorgiaSaint
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    For those that thought I posted off topic, my apology for the appearance. I guess I was reacting to the “duh!” factor on bogus passports. What did anybody expect? And I was most certainly reacting to the “Trump is right” theme that seems so prevalent these days (not just here). Trump may be “right” on a number of issues, but that’s not the point – the point is that he’s in play for a reason, and I strongly suspect that’s to ensure a Hillary (or whichever Democratic Socialist end up being the nominee) victory next November. The fake passport issue is a no-brainer, and was being reported weeks ago when they caught the folks with bogus Syrian passports along the Honduran border (I think it was), and also coming through the US border check point. It’s old news, and should not be at all surprising to anyone.

    As for the passports, note that the story also says the covers were printed in Russia.

    GS
    "Ye hear of wars in far countries, and you say that there will soon be great wars in far countries, but ye know not the hearts of men in your own land."

    #46036
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    L Tecolote
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    If ISIS (or any other terrorist group looking for a way to get into the USA) didn’t at least try fake passports, they may not be smart enough to worry about. Does every nation use those neato-frito passport covers with a re-programmable microchip?

    Frankly, I’m almost surprised that the Zero regime doesn’t just open diplomatic relations with ISIS. (Yeah, I know … they have. It’s just not publicized.)

    Cry, "Treason!"

    #46037
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    freedom
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    rnews

    I am not sure you are close to being right GS. Trump does have 30 to 35% of the GOP right now and what do the rest have. The rest except Rubio , Cruz and Carson are all in the single digit. No body whats them. The old GOP that has not done there job, they only want to keep them self clean so they can be reelected. We need term limits of two terms only but these Rhinos want to live in Washington for 20, 30 years. The old GOP keep pushing Jeb Bush PLEASE I live in Florida and he was not that great of a Governor. We do not need another Bush.
    Then there is Gov. Chris Christie which has given his hand many time to Obama and is from a left wing state, not good on gun laws. Then there is John Kasich another left state Governor, his views on guns and abortion are right there with the left. Rand Paul has the problem with defense of the country.
    Mike Huckabee well he is a great man but doesn’t have the energy for what is needed today. Same goes for Rick Santorum, the two I would vote for but they will never be picked by the old GOP. Also the independent vote would not pick them.
    Sen. Lindsey Graham he is just all over the place and also is missing energy for today. Carly Fiorina doesn’t have it. She has something that people do not like about her, I am not sure what it is.

    So we only have four to pick from and out of the four I think in a debate only three have a chance against Hillary because of there energy and debate skills and that is Trump, Cruz and Rubio. The three have the poll numbers and energy, skills to have a chance. If it is Trump against Hillary I will vote for Trump. I will vote for anyone of the three. I will not vote if the GOP pushes there own pick that the people didn’t vote for or picked. So if that happen for sure Hillary will win. But Hillary will have a hard time in a debate with Trump. Trump will say what is on his mind.

    This is my opinion.

    #46038
    Tolik
    Tolik
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    Same here , Trump or Cruz . Although I have problems with both on issues , and no trust in either one ………..BUT either would be a world better than another Communist Dem . I think Trump would be the best , and most likely keep us out of any more BS wars if at all possible , Cruz bothers me a great deal , because he still believes the cold war propaganda , and has an itchy trigger finger . Trumps strength is NEGOTIATION , something we have forgotten how to do . Putin wont be able to make a monkey out of him ,I do believe that any deal Trump did make , would be in our favor ( for a change ) . I do think Putin could manipulate Cruz without any difficulties . Ego can make a person vulnerable , and easy to read , especially if you have had espionage / psychological training , Putin was KGB . I thought everybody would find the pic below interesting .

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    #46043
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    GeorgiaSaint
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    Freedom, the Huckser is as dishonest as they come. I choose not to get into the specifics of it in a public discussion, but I have very specific reasons to never trust the guy. He’s a slick as they come – looks like such a nice, decent man. Don’t buy it for a second!

    Santorum? Watch out for him. He’d trample the Constitution in a moment for HIS issues. Whether I tend to agree with him on the moral issues, I have heard enough out of him to be quite antsy about his willingness to follow constitutional rights even when he doesn’t like the outcome. If we trample those, we trample the whole basis for what this nation was supposed to be (approached, but never really achieved, and now on the downhill something fierce).

    Not vote? I’ve decided against that. I’ll hold off the final defeat as long as I can help do so, by voting for the lesser of two evils, as much as I hate that. Third party? No way in the general election at the national level – unless there was overwhelming evidence that a real chance existed for the right 3rd party candidate to actually win. That would be another wasted vote. Ron Paul did the right thing by coming back to the Republican Party when he did. He did not want to pull a Ross Perot and hand the election to another liberal democrat.

    Tolik (and others), I propose the non-use of the term communist (upper or lower case) when it comes to people. There are few ideological communists even in existence, and certainly not in politics. I propose that we switch to what ELSE was going on in the Communist Manifesto. Not only did it explain communism as an ideology, it also carefully wove in what Marx and Engels were REALLY after (and what all “communist” systems since have been after): a totalitarian regime of the few and the subjection of the masses. That theme is far more subtle in the first three chapters, but in the last chapter of only 3/4 of one page, it’s quite apparent. Marxism is what’s really going on, not communism. Marxism is the destructive force that is moving against any and all governments. It is all about money and power. I view it much as I do too many “non-profit” agencies. Oh, they don’t need to make a profit! They merely plow all their excesses back into the business. Of course, “excess” is what they have AFTER the CEO, CFO, and a few others get their obscenely high salaries. They exist for the benefit of their overseers, and the common people work at lower salaries while the officers make all the money. An excellent example of this concept on the Republican side is Elizabeth Dole. Did you hear how she voluntarily gave up her $200,000 salary at the American Red Cross her first year there? Did you also hear about the $1 million “contribution” Archer Daniels Midland made to the Red Cross immediately after she was installed? Or the $875,000 in “speaking fees” she made that year? It’s Marxism we’re dealing with, not “communism.” The latter cannot exist because of greed, and the former successfully exists because of greed – the end result being the never ending quest for ultimate power and gain (material wealth).

    Thus, in the general election, I will likely have to always hold my nose and vote for the lesser of two evils as a delaying tactic. Primaries are an entirely different story, including cross-voting (legal in our state since party affiliation is no longer asked for).

    GS
    "Ye hear of wars in far countries, and you say that there will soon be great wars in far countries, but ye know not the hearts of men in your own land."

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