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Comment Re:This won't stop the complains about the maid... (Score 1) 314

...that Hillary allowed into her SCIF room. Since she was an Original Classification Authority (OCA), she had every right to appoint others that could see classified materials including the FAXes she picked-up. Republicans are complaining about nothing again.

I think you already know this, but for the benefit of others that may be inclined to believe your statement, you could not be more incorrect in your reasoning both legally and morally.

Comment Re:Nice to see we'll be in better hands (Score 4, Insightful) 314

Democrats have not only recently rediscovered the virtues of limit government, but also the virtues of following rules?

That's great! And now we'll even see the US media bring back investigative journalism after an 8 year hiatus.

Comment Re:So what? (Score 0, Flamebait) 472

If it were to pass, and I doubt it will, a 15% US corporate income tax rate would likely cause a sharp rise in then a consistent level of corporate tax revenue that this nation has not experienced before.

In very simple terms: corporations now do everything to avoid taxes and with a 15% rate, many will start to actually keep cash in saving to purchase capital goods and fund future expansion.

Banks won't like it though because of less demand for their fiat dollars. And we know what kind of power the bank lobbies have.

Comment Re:Their arguments won't make a difference. (Score 1) 375

Sure, then 14 years later Nixon did so much harm to the country, that he ended up resigning because of it. Some favor, huh?

Whaat? What exactly was the "so much harm" that he did to the country? He was a very effective president. Heck, he was almost more of a statist than your candidate HRC!!

Comment Re:Remember, it's because people aren't marrying (Score 1) 531

Pornography wouldn't be such a big deal if the level of prudery in the US were toned down a bit.

It seems to me that the more "prudish" societies have a higher birth rate. Anyway, the west has become so open-minded that it's collective brains have fallen out. Oh well, the fallout from that will be for younger generations to deal with...

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