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#323 - I'm talking about policy. That's what matters. Not who's "…  [+] (1 reply) 08/12/2016 on Zamuelic Ystuslyiv Undextus -1
#336 - anon (08/12/2016) [-]
So you're going to vote for obvious blatant lies thinking that's what she wants?
#249 - Sorry, your response to him didn't seem like agreeing to me. I…  [+] (1 reply) 08/12/2016 on Zamuelic Ystuslyiv Undextus +1
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#251 - elvoz (08/12/2016) [-]
Well, like I said it's one of two things and neither are particularly good. He either really doesn't believe in climate change or he's pandering. Not believing in global warming has obvious downsides, but considering there is reason to believe he may not actually think that there are alternative downsides as well. If he's just pandering then it forces the question of what else he might be saying for the sole purpose of votes. That isn't so good either.

While I'm a very strong Trump supporter, I know my candidate of choice isn't flawless. Vastly less flawed than his opponent, but nowhere near perfect. However I do believe that he's a step in the right direction. The first step to change is breaking the routine and that's exactly what he's doing. His Presidency won't be nearly as important as that of his successor, which honestly I would really, really hope Ron Paul goes for it again. If Sanders and Trump can run at their age, he isn't too old to become our President.
#244 - How can you be so blind as to not see that this is the exact …  [+] (3 replies) 08/12/2016 on Zamuelic Ystuslyiv Undextus +2
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#245 - elvoz (08/12/2016) [-]
>other guy brings up valid criticisms
>I address them and agree with him
>"cognitive dissonance"

What?
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#249 - futapirate (08/12/2016) [-]
Sorry, your response to him didn't seem like agreeing to me. It seemed like the same stuff I've seen a million times on FJ where someone brings up some asinine thing Trump said, like not believing in climate change or vaccines and the response is always a convoluted way of making it all okay. You know? Finding any possible route that Trump isn't actually a tard. "He doesn't really believe that!" or "He must know something we don't!"
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#251 - elvoz (08/12/2016) [-]
Well, like I said it's one of two things and neither are particularly good. He either really doesn't believe in climate change or he's pandering. Not believing in global warming has obvious downsides, but considering there is reason to believe he may not actually think that there are alternative downsides as well. If he's just pandering then it forces the question of what else he might be saying for the sole purpose of votes. That isn't so good either.

While I'm a very strong Trump supporter, I know my candidate of choice isn't flawless. Vastly less flawed than his opponent, but nowhere near perfect. However I do believe that he's a step in the right direction. The first step to change is breaking the routine and that's exactly what he's doing. His Presidency won't be nearly as important as that of his successor, which honestly I would really, really hope Ron Paul goes for it again. If Sanders and Trump can run at their age, he isn't too old to become our President.
#243 - Honestly it's ******** to say one is objectively better than…  [+] (4 replies) 08/12/2016 on Zamuelic Ystuslyiv Undextus +1
#315 - anon (08/12/2016) [-]
Hillary's policies are fake, she just says what's cool or favoring what she thinks people would want.
#314 - anon (08/12/2016) [-]
Well what if you want to vote for Hillary for her policies but they are null because she's a corrupt and lying, murderous bitch who only wants to win so she says anything that she thinks anyone will agree too but you don't want to vote for Trump because his policies somewhat goes against yours but apparently he's a racist for talking about not letting illegal immigrants in and wanting to build some wall against Mexico?
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#323 - futapirate (08/12/2016) [-]
I'm talking about policy. That's what matters. Not who's "racist" or a "bitch." I'm not going to vote for someone whos platform and policy goes completely against my personal beliefs
#336 - anon (08/12/2016) [-]
So you're going to vote for obvious blatant lies thinking that's what she wants?
#21 - Trump literally questioned why the US shouldnt be using nukes  [+] (8 replies) 08/11/2016 on /thread +5
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#58 - seniorawesomesauce (08/11/2016) [-]
where. Because the only thing I heard out of that was Joe Scarborough lying on CNN about it. He claimed Trump was speaking to a foreign policy expert and in that one hour meeting, he asked 3 times why "he coudlnt use nukes". He did not cite the date or location of the meeting, he did not report on the meeting when it happened (he claimed this meeting happened "months ago") but nonetheless several articles were made across various websites, and each and every single one of them cited Joe Scarborough's recollection of the meeting's happening, but not the actual meeting, of which they could not find any quotes from. The next day, Paul Manafort, Trump's campaign manager, who was actually in that meeting, said that it was a complete lie. So Joe Scarborough did 1 of 2 things:

Lied and created a story about Trump meeting with a foreign policy expert and lied about what was said in that meeting, which just so happens to align with a real meeting that did happen, but none of what he claims was said was actually said

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He was talking about the actual meeting that happened that Paul Manafort confirmed happened, but lied anyway about the contents of the meeting and what was said.



www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/08/03/donald-trump-asked-why-us-cant-use-nuclear-weapons-if-he-becomes/
www.mediaite.com/tv/report-trump-kept-asking-during-foreign-policy-briefing-why-he-cant-just-use-nukes/
www.politicususa.com/2016/08/03/trump-asks-if-nuclear-weapons-them.html

Here's three separate articles on the topic that do nothing but repeat what Joe Scarborough said, with no other citations. In fact here's a fourth article that discusses the vagueness and surrealness of his remarks, while also pointing out that the DNC has been influencing CNN during the entire primary cycle, in fact telling them not to cover the primaries in a way they didnt like:

www.snopes.com/2016/08/03/joe-scarborough-donald-trump-asked-three-times-why-us-cant-use-nukes/
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#147 - futapirate (08/12/2016) [-]
fuck if I know, I only read headlines.
#37 - anon (08/11/2016) [-]
**anonymous used "*roll picture*"**
**anonymous rolled image** It was taken out of context
#28 - anon (08/11/2016) [-]
tactical nukes are used frequently though UNDER OBAMA
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#36 - peanutsaurusrex (08/11/2016) [-]
nigga what
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#95 - englishtallybopper (08/11/2016) [-]
Tactical nukes bro. The ones that attach to m4 rifles. They're only small like a grenade launcher.
#23 - anon (08/11/2016) [-]
Are you questioning our lord and savior,
futapirate?

look out boys, we've got a degenerate over here
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#27 - samxdaxman (08/11/2016) [-]
Nice ad hominem bro.
#8 - Haha sure! 04/24/2016 on futapirate's profile 0
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