So you don't think the Republican candidate for the Presidency of the US inviting a foreign power, one that is at the best of times in a rather tense relationship with the United States, to hack into US systems just to gain dirt on the other party's nominee is reasonable?
It's obvious to a native speaker of English (who isn't astroturfing the Democrats' talking points) that Trump was NOT inviting the Russians to initiate a new crack on his opponent's servers.
He was ribbing his opponents, and keeping their lax security (and their "The Russians are aiding him!" attempt at distraction) in the public eye, by pointing out that the Russians probably ALREADY have the emails that Clinton's people "can't find", and inviting them to dig them out of their own archives and provide them to investigators and/or the press.
People claiming he is inviting new espionage don't just look foolish. They also play into his hands, by keeping the issue in the face of prospective voters.
But feel free to continue. B-)
The ones I'm referring to just signed up for them in Burnaby and Vancouver. Still cheaper than $220 from Comcast for lower speeds.
I'm out of there.
Just saying. Already bought an HDTV antenna, so it's sayonara, Comcast.
Knowing my high school classmates in BC get 200 Mbps for $20 a month makes me furious.
Seems like it at my parish. Of course, with the way the folk group bounces between Latin, Spanish, Tagalog, English, and all the others in Malo, Malo; you'd never miss Whoopi.
We've had some seriously tense discussions at my parish over a couple of Archbishop Sample's recent radio shows on the subject of Sacred Music in the Liturgy- especially seeing how often Dan Schutte features in the 8:30 Mass (yes, complete with the hymn he ripped off from My Little Pony).
Not that surprising considering one of the world's most productive observatories is in Vatican City.
LBJ? that Southern Fried Billy Goat?
Probably had his boss killed.
Yeah, well some of us aren't rich enough to have a family room, would be nice to rent one someplace.
Hey, fustakrakich, he thinks we're sock puppets of each other. Ever read Arthur C Clarke's Rama series? I think we could have some fun with this development.
If I go on Matthew Kelly's extensive research, 7%.
Of course, his definition of a Dynamic Catholic is rather extreme. A Dynamic Catholic to him is one who prays, studies, is generous, and evangelizes. Belief isn't enough for him. It's all about what happens after the Mass is over.....and you'd better be praying more than one hour a week as well.
Matthew Kelly's research is pretty darn close to what ends up in the collection basket- 8% of those in a Roman Catholic Parish give 95% of the budget.
The rest, given something Archbishop Sample said he really hates, are the ones there to listen to the band, and you can tell by their applause.
No, that was tried and didn't work.
Exactly. Figure out a way to make the front one-way glass and maybe you also wouldn't have screen glow problems.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8y06NSBBRtY Eisenhower tried to tell us it was coming. I consider him the last Truthful President.
I'm not willing to discriminate against anybody between conception and natural death anymore, after having seen ultrasound evidence of life in the womb.
In fact, I can see the mountain range from my window and the whole National Park.
Try to stop me, greedheads!
"Consistency requires you to be as ignorant today as you were a year ago." -- Bernard Berenson