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21) Message boards : Politics : Donald Trump for President? (Message 1806928)
Posted 4 Aug 2016 by Profile Es99
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3691301/Is-balding-French-president-Francois-Hollande-s-99k-year-barber-s-bill-tax-ruse-Disgraced-aide-contract.html
But now there are fears fraudsters may have set up a bogus contract to rake in hundreds of thousands of pounds.


French hypocrisy at it's greatest refinement.......

No just ordinary fraud, like a candidate refusing to pay workers and violating copyrights.

Just a Capitalist (I'm for me) being a Capitalist.

Just a Socialist (Lying about what he/she is) being a Socialist.

Which one is more corrupt?

What is wrong with being a socialist?
22) Message boards : Politics : Hillary Clinton - the next president of America? (Message 1806927)
Posted 4 Aug 2016 by Profile Es99
Can't tell if you are serious or not...

Es99...

socialism kills is very serious.

As with Dangerous Donald. Many attacks against Hillary are valid. Some are not.

Hillary is an extremely flawed candidate. With repeated failures, and a history of 'Gaming the System' for her personal economic gain.

...

Most attacks against Hillary that I have seen are not valid. I'd like someone here to post some actual concerns about her that are founded in reality.

All politicians game the system, its the way the system is set up. However, I am surprised that you find her so distasteful. She has a long history of doing actual work for the civil rights movement. She attempted (and sadly failed) to get a much needed single payer health system for the US.

All the accusations of illegal activity have been proved to be groundless and when she is fact checked she is found to be the far more honest candidate.

I really do wonder if this is another case of a women having to be better than the best to even be considered.

Tell me honestly. What has Hillary done that makes you want to vomit?
23) Message boards : Politics : Hillary Clinton - the next president of America? (Message 1806911)
Posted 3 Aug 2016 by Profile Es99
You all are hallucinating.

Hillary is an unconvicted felon. The current administration is full of felons who support their fellow felons. Democrats don't believe in the rule of law. If she makes it to the white house, not only will she be the first women to be placed there, she will also be the first felon in the white house. She's going to continue what the current administration is doing: refuse to acknowledge islamic terrorism, argue about the right for men to pee in women's bathrooms, continue calling the destruction of human life/marketing of human body parts for sale as "women's right to health care," continue trying to take away the right for Americans to defend themselves, continue legalizing marijuana state by state to get more people drugged up, continue calling "checking ID cards" before voting "racial discrimination" so as many illegals can vote as many times as possible, and continue on down the path towards a currency reset.

The party of slavery is about to take control again and you all support it.

Clint Eastwood has some words of advise for the new generation. http://www.thewrap.com/clint-eastwood-donald-trump-racism/

Can't tell if you are serious or not...
24) Message boards : Politics : Hillary Clinton - the next president of America? (Message 1806881)
Posted 3 Aug 2016 by Profile Es99
So we need to talk about Hillary. I've been watching the news and the debates and the conventions. I was impressed by what I saw at the democratic convention.

Hillary is definitely the establishment candidate, she also has a record of getting things done. Whether you agree or not with what she wants to get done, she is certainly competent enough to do it and unlikely to lead the U.S. down a path of destruction. If its change you want, you just have to hope that the Bernie Saunders campaign has pulled her far enough to the left.

The complaints levelled against her seem to be mostly fabricated by a panicked right wing. (read Benghazi etc which as far as I can tell was actually caused by the Republican house refusing to pass the necessary security asked for by Obama).

Other complaints target her choice of attire (sexism) her 'shrill' voice (sexism) and the fact she stood by her husband when he was philandering (sexism).

So the difficulty I am having figuring out Hilary is what complaints about her are because she is a woman and what are actually valid criticisms.

You see her resume and she really is, as her husband pointed out, the most qualified candidate ever. She has a solid history of actually getting involved in civil rights and issued that effect the poor. In many ways she is by the far the better candidate of the two.

So why do so many people hate her?

Sexism? Republican hysteria? or is there some actual real valid concern about her ability to lead the USA?
25) Message boards : Politics : Donald Trump for President? (Message 1806412)
Posted 1 Aug 2016 by Profile Es99
on the Amtrak back from PA, met a reporter. Said she was a Democrat that will vote for Trump. Why? Because nothing has really changed for the common person in 8 years and we just need some sort of change.

...and don't underestimate the power of that belief. Its what caused the UK to vote for Brexit.
26) Message boards : Politics : Britons' Choice (Message 1797397)
Posted 19 Jun 2016 by Profile Es99
Fair enough but if you're on the electoral role you should of recieved your postal vote a 2/3 of weeks ago . I did , filled it in and posted it back , maybe your not on the electoral role now

They send me confirmation in February that I was on the electoral roll.
27) Message boards : Politics : Another example of USA Gun Laws (or lack of...)? (Message 1797393)
Posted 19 Jun 2016 by Profile Es99
Personal choice is not defined as a need.

Need is a personal choice. You chose to need gravity, air, water, food, shelter. You choose to need TP. You choose to need a sewer system. You choose to need a mate. You choose to need a smartphone. You choose to need a better life. The boogeyman needs you as a victim.

You "need" something because you personally choose to place it on the "need" list.


Psychologists see it differently.

Someone might justify a gun to provide for their need for safety. If someone genuinely feels a gun makes them safer then it would appear to be a 'need' to them. However, many people disagree that guns do actually make you safer, mainly those who examine the evidence rather than how they feel about it.
28) Message boards : Politics : Britons' Choice (Message 1797392)
Posted 19 Jun 2016 by Profile Es99
Well my postal ballot never arrived. I wonder if this sort of thing is deliberate to prevent us from voting.


I 4t you had posted you were a Canadian Citizen now , why would you get a vote about Britain when you're not a British Citizen ?

I have duel citizenship and can still vote in the UK.
29) Message boards : Politics : Against ALL women - Infanticide, Slavery, Rape, Trafficking... (#3) (Message 1797389)
Posted 19 Jun 2016 by Profile Es99
No, I meant outright bitches. I've worked with some great female managers & company owners.

Don't deny there are none out there when you know there are. If you haven't come across any, then you're lucky.

I really think you've missed the point of this thread.

There are plenty of places to go complain about women and put them down. Strange that you chose do it here when confronted about your behaviour.

I've been called a bitch plenty of times for simply asserting myself.

Perhaps I should have asserted myself earlier in this thread and removed quite a few of yours and Clyde's posts. I'm asserting myself now. I suspect you don't like it. I am sure you'll get over it. You might even think I'm a bitch. Maybe those women are bitches. However, does that claim bring anything to the discussion or does it contribute to shutting down the discussion? The world is sexist. America and the UK are sexist. Most people are sexist because of cultural biases and pressure that they aren't even aware of. One of those assumptions is that men have the right to occupy any space created for anyone and do with it what they will. Just as you and Clyde have done here.

You and Clyde need to knock off the name calling. Both of you. You also both need to reflect a little on your own assumption that you have the right to continue your little feud where ever you want to.

Its not just in this thread, although it has particularly annoyed me that you both chose to do it here.
30) Message boards : Politics : Against ALL women - Infanticide, Slavery, Rape, Trafficking... (#3) (Message 1797382)
Posted 19 Jun 2016 by Profile Es99
Walking the walk? I believe, on one of Lyn's threads my views on rape were made & why.

Stuff my ego, it has no relevance to the discussion. What I will say is that there is 3 professions that all countries need: -

Military
Police
Teaching

1 for safeguarding the country
1 for safeguarding the community
1 for educating the future.

To see all 3 lapse their professional pride because of a "boys club" mentality...

...women are also in those professions & some are outright bitches, so maybe both males & females need to stand together & be counted rather than segregate the sexes in debates of this kind.

"Outright bitches"? Don't you mean "strong leaders"?

Its almost as if there are different standards for men and women...
31) Message boards : Politics : Britons' Choice (Message 1797378)
Posted 19 Jun 2016 by Profile Es99
Well my postal ballot never arrived. I wonder if this sort of thing is deliberate to prevent us from voting.
32) Message boards : Politics : Against ALL women - Infanticide, Slavery, Rape, Trafficking... (#3) (Message 1797377)
Posted 19 Jun 2016 by Profile Es99
The truth hurts doesn't it? Rape is a hateful crime & should be treated as such.

However, as seen in Gary's link, it's not treated that way - 6 months for rape

WELL DONE AMERICA.

I wouldn't say England is any better.

6 months for rape is actually a good result compared to what happens in most rape cases. This case just happened to be very clear cut because he was caught in the act...and even then excuses are made for him and the focus seems to be on the detrimental effect this will have on HIS life.
33) Message boards : Politics : Against ALL women - Infanticide, Slavery, Rape, Trafficking... (#3) (Message 1797376)
Posted 19 Jun 2016 by Profile Es99
Is that the best you can do?

If you ever decide to top up your pension, there is an excellent job out there for you.

Call centre telephonist - their scripts would be like water off a duck's back.

Sorry Sirius B...

This is not your usual 'Joke of the Day'.

This is an important and intelligent disagreement, between Es99 and myself. As we have had in the past.

Despite our many disagreements. Unlike you. I find Es99 intelligent, And her Posts intellectually stimulating. I hope she feels the same about me.

Es99...

Hopefully Sirius B can stop his continuous attempts to divert an Important Discussion/Disagreement.

What I see is a bunch of men hijacking a thread about women's issues to beat their chests at each other.

I think that behaviour sums up so much about the importance of women in western society.

You all talk the talk, but there are certainly gaps when it comes to walking the walk. Your egos, its appears, come first.
34) Message boards : Politics : Against ALL women - Infanticide, Slavery, Rape, Trafficking... (#3) (Message 1797170)
Posted 18 Jun 2016 by Profile Es99
It's not much of a victory considering that you destroyed this thread in the process.

With so many terrible things happening to women everydwy, I am sure you could have made better use of your posting time.
35) Message boards : Politics : I hope that this cop gets to feel the full force of the law. #3 (Message 1785539)
Posted 7 May 2016 by Profile Es99
Another 1. :-(


Strictly speaking, he was not a 'police officer', but instead he worked for the 'Federal Protective Service' under the US Federal Government's 'Department of Homeland Security'. His job was protecting US Federal Facilities.

https://www.dhs.gov/topic/federal-protective-service

Also, technically, he wasn't even that at the time of the shootings. He wife, one of the victims of the shootings, had obtained a protective order against him, and he had to surrender his badge and gun because of it.

This is NOT a case of official misconduct on the part of a law enforcement person. Just a case of, allegedly, a 'domestic' that went horribly wrong. That sort of schizz happens rather frequently, sadly. The alleged shooter reportedly was quoted as wanting to do a 'suicide-by-cop', but apparently chickened out. I mean really... hanging out in a donut shop?!?!? The cops are certain to see you there...

'Just a domestic'. Sadly women married to cops are more likely to be the victims of domestic violence.
36) Message boards : Politics : Donald Trump for President? (Message 1785538)
Posted 7 May 2016 by Profile Es99
A question I've been puzzling lately is why the Entertainment Effete, who refer to Trump as racist, say if he's elected they will move to Canada.....Why don't they say Mexico?.........racist?
Canada offers film production tax credits .....

and solicialised healthcare.

However, Canada is filled with people from the 'hateful' left, which is why we have one of the best quality of life standards in the world.

...and don't forget that Canadians are higher on the freedom index than Americans. It's all that lefty hate, don't you know.

If Trump gets in, we'll be building a wall and making America pay for it.
37) Message boards : Politics : Stuff my Prime Minister does (Message 1779638)
Posted 16 Apr 2016 by Profile Es99
Justin is asked to explain quantum computing as a joke
38) Message boards : Politics : Against ALL women - Infanticide, Slavery, Rape, Trafficking... (#3) (Message 1777644)
Posted 9 Apr 2016 by Profile Es99
Former Isis Yazidi sex slaves take up arms for revenge, to win back Mosul and 'bring our women home'
39) Message boards : Politics : Donald Trump for President? (Message 1775981)
Posted 3 Apr 2016 by Profile Es99
Megyn Kelly has a theory for why Donald Trump hates her so much - and it makes a lot of sense

This is fairly insightful as to the type of person that Trump is.


Yes, I think Trump is a narcissistic control freak. But, I guess many people are... He just doesn't do a good job hiding it.

True Narcissists have trouble hiding it because they don't understand why they should. Its the psychopaths that hide it.
40) Message boards : Politics : I hope that this cop gets to feel the full force of the law. #3 (Message 1775957)
Posted 3 Apr 2016 by Profile Es99
Never fight, or argue, with the cop.

Wish the parents and Community 'Leaders' of today, would understand this truism.
Be enslaved by the commies

Another Garyism...

You're sinking faster and faster.

BTW: Where exactly is your 'bottom'.

It's deeper than most I have met.

On a more serious level.

Gary SLDM (Some Lives don't Matter) -

Are you advocating striking a Police Officer, whom you believe (either correctly or incorrectly) is violating your Rights?

Or should you (if you are correct). Sue, and make a lot of money?

If you state you believe in violence against Police: Then I will rename you:

Gary EMLDM (Even More Lives Don't Matter).

So what you are saying is that the only way to deal effectively with fascism is to submit to it?


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