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Comment Re:WashPo (Score 1) 322

Where does he actually say he opposes the asianification of Silicon Valley? He doesn't say that there. Bannon and Trump are discussing foreign students studying in America. Trump says they come here to study, get degrees, and then we lose them, to which Bannon replies with that line you quoted about Silicon Valley CEO's being from Asia. He does not say whether he thinks it's good or bad. He does not say that he opposes it. It sounds more like he's refuting Trump's claim about losing them. So do you have anything else, or was that it?

Comment Re:The jobs will be mostly construction jobs. (Score 1) 322

Robots don't come from nowhere, they need to be designed, built, installed, programmed, and maintained. Even factories full of robots still need employees for facilities, maintenance, IT, management, finance, and more. So there will be lots of jobs in areas other than construction.

Comment Re:So... (Score 1) 1321

Did you even read the article you fucktard?

Sources have told The American Spectator that on Tuesday night, after Hillary realized she had lost, she went into a rage. Secret Service officers told at least one source that she began yelling, screaming obscenities, and pounding furniture. She picked up objects and threw them at attendants and staff. She was in an uncontrollable rage. Her aides could not allow her to come out in public. It would take her hours to calm down.

Comment Re:Sore losers (Score 1) 1321

Did you not read the wikileaks emails that showed the Clinton camp conspiring with the MSM, fudging the sampling? Make sure to read the attachment, as you'll see them recommend strategies for different regions and states. For instance, in Florida, it was recommended that "independent" voters in Tampa and Orlando are apparently more dem friendly, so the report suggests filling up independent quotas in those cities first. And by doing this, they manufactured a big lead in the polls for their candidate, hoping to convince Trump supporters that he was going to get slaughtered, so they would not bother to get out and vote.

Comment Re:Flip flop .... (Score 1) 559

Horseshit. Supporters chose to support him because he was the only candidate who wasn't a DC insider. Take a trip across the country and talk to people not in the giant urban centers. People are unhappy with Washington. The job market sucks, wages are stagnant, costs keep rising, and there's no sign of any of this changing in the near future. Conservatives are pissed off at the DC establishment Republicans because they've been given control of the House and Senate, but haven't done anything to alter the course. If Trump fails to do anything that will reduce the flow of illegal immigrants into the country as promised, he won't get a second term. My guess is he'll kick the "Climate Change" can down the road rather than pursue any legislation that would put an added financial strain on the working class. But that's just a guess, all we can do is wait and see...

Comment Re:Poor Nazis (Score 1) 978

Islam is not a supremacist movement. The Nazi movement was a supremacist movement because they believed the Germanic people were genetically superior to the rest of the human race. Islam only asks that you join them or die. They'll take anyone, regardless of genetics. It's more of a totalitarian ideology. I'm not going to bother arguing your nonsense about "emerging Jewish supremacy". The Jews have been persecuted in Europe for 2000 years.

Comment Re:Too early to celebrate (Score 1) 201

Very odd that this story comes out now, as I just read study about CO2 and fossil fuel emissions that concluded there is no correlation between emission and CO2 concentration. Here's a link: I'm not a statistician, so I can't attest to it's accuracy or validity, but it was an interesting read.

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