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    Default Re: Now, Trump (and his son-in-law) just might explode the Middle East

    Quote Originally Posted by L.W. Baxter View Post
    You or I can afford to imbibe such emotional judgment. The President of the United States, in public at least, has to think past the personalities to the reality that follows certain statements or lines of action.

    Whatever one may feel about the emotional content of Trump's declaration, the action will eventually be judged by its effect.

    We'll see, I guess.
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    Epic Battle against Iran is the bull sh*t they peddle here. Looks to me like Iran is our scapegoat. I see young people who want to come here to MIT and Stanford.

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    Default Re: Now, Trump (and his son-in-law) just might explode the Middle East

    Imagine breaking the news to Pence who has worried about Trumps mental stability. in a related question. - how much security will be needed when Pence visits and proclaims Jerusalem as the new capital.



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    That's the thing. Pence? He might be the most conservative VP in history. He makes Cheney look progressive. He and Moore will get along great. They have many shared values.

    Do progressives really prefer Pence to Trump? Seriously?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky Blue View Post
    That's the thing. Pence? He might be the most conservative VP in history. He makes Cheney look progressive. He and Moore will get along great. They have many shared values.

    Do progressives really prefer Pence to Trump? Seriously?
    They're both the wrong people to lead the country, but I believe Pence is more mentally stable. I just might be able to sleep at night, which I'm not able to do now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Jones View Post
    They're both the wrong people to lead the country, but I believe Pence is more mentally stable. I just might be able to sleep at night, which I'm not able to do now.
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    You should get used to it, the democrats have no one in the wings..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Hoppe View Post
    Imagine breaking the news to Pence who has worried about Trumps mental stability. in a related question. - how much security will be needed when Pence visits and proclaims Jerusalem as the new capital.



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    Sometimes its hard to tell who libs hate more, israel , trump , christians or ba.....
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    Default Re: Now, Trump (and his son-in-law) just might explode the Middle East

    Thom Friedman of the NYTimes notes that the supposed master negotiator is a king-hell chump, just giving away positions:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/06/o...ft-region&_r=0
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    Default Re: Now, Trump (and his son-in-law) just might explode the Middle East

    Quote Originally Posted by Sky Blue View Post
    That's the thing. Pence? He might be the most conservative VP in history. He makes Cheney look progressive. He and Moore will get along great. They have many shared values.

    Do progressives really prefer Pence to Trump? Seriously?
    No, I'd take Trump of the two. Pence would try to turn the US into a Christian version of Iran.
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    Bibi on the news tonight, praising trump for his courageous decision. What's that biblical quote about sowing and reaping?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky Blue View Post
    Pence? ...He and Moore will get along great. They have many shared values.
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    Default Re: Now, Trump (and his son-in-law) just might explode the Middle East

    Quote Originally Posted by LeeG View Post
    http://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_s.../my-entry.html

    Trump thinks he is a friend of Israel? He has just screwed Israel out of any chance for a peace agreement with the Palestinians. Urged on by the arch Zionists like Kushner he came to believe that the status of Jerusalem was the Gordian Knot blocking movement toward a peace settlement. In the best "Art of the Deal" fashion he has now acted to remove this issue frozen in amber from the negotiating table in the belief that this will restore fluidity to the situation. IMO he is wrong. This is not a business deal.
    It was suggested on this mornings BeeB that Trump is delivering on promises made in return for donations.
    https://972mag.com/is-sheldon-adelso...usalem/131218/
    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...paign-donation
    http://www.jpost.com/US-Elections/La...th-cash-471380
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    Default Re: Now, Trump (and his son-in-law) just might explode the Middle East

    About time the rest of the sane world stood together and put the US under sanctions till they vote in a responsible government......could take some time.

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    Default Re: Now, Trump (and his son-in-law) just might explode the Middle East

    Quote Originally Posted by bobbys View Post
    O look the anti semite brits are all giddy.
    Personally I blame the bloody Romans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skuthorp View Post
    Um bobbys, the Palestinians are likely more racially Semites than Israel these days…………..

    But then it is bobbys clawing for relevance as in the past
    No, it is just stalking as usual.
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