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Old 06-29-2015, 02:16 PM   #751
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NBC fires Donald Trump.
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Old 06-29-2015, 03:24 PM   #752
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NBC dumps Donald Trump for making derogatory comments about immigrants - LA Times


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Trump told CNN correspondent Athena Jones that he may sue NBC.

Trump is also the face of NBC's "The Apprentice." Following his presidential announcement, NBC said it would "re-evaluate" Trump's role on the reality show.
On Monday, the network indicated that it wants to keep "Celebrity Apprentice" going, but without Trump as the host.
Production on the next season of the reality show is slated to begin in the fall. NBC's statement said "'Celebrity Apprentice' is licensed from Mark Burnett's United Artists Media Group and that relationship will continue."
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Old 07-01-2015, 02:24 PM   #753
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Its official he is running. 14 Republican candidates now in the race. That is not a very nice picture of the Governor. Was he in that eat off for a charity?
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Christie, considered the front runner after 2012 will get no where this time around. I watched him on Hannity last night. He was in a room filled with his hand picked supporters and even with Hannity he was uninspiring. His record is one of the worst. I guess the reason some people still like him is because of a personality cult? That must be it.
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Old 07-01-2015, 04:11 PM   #755
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People liked Christie, because of his straight talk. He carried 60% of the vote in 2013 in Blue Jerz. Jeb sucked away his moderate donors. Now Trump has Trumped his straight talk. I grew up in NJ, and he is a product of that upbringing himself. He was very popular at one time, but the shine wore off with NJ residents as soon as he started focusing on prez.
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Also, you know, the fact that he's been a pretty shitty governor.
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Ted Cruz’s awful Simpsons impressions are good for keepin’ down the urges · Great Job, Internet! · The A.V. Club
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At a GOP gathering he would be the life of the party

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I hope Biden gets in, he is awesomely funny in unintended ways
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If Clinton implodes (won't happen)
Kerry is on standby.

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If Clinton implodes (won't happen)
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So, why do you oppose diplomatic relations with Iran?
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Sure we're allowed to negotiate.

But what's come out so far is an extremely favorable deal to Iran. They get to keep enriching weapons grade uranium for 10 years with very lax enforcement. They say it's for peaceful means, but they have publicly stated the wish to see a mushroom cloud over Tel Aviv. They still view us as a sworn enemy. Still chanting Death to America. They are the biggest state sponsor of terrorism in the world today. They fund Hezbollah, fuel instability in Iraq.
If they are on the path to getting nukes, Saudi Arabia will start a regional arms race in the Gulf. They have an atrocious human rights record. Fly the rainbow flag over there and you're strung up by a crane. Or you get raped and since you don't have enough male witnesses you're stoned to death.

So what kind of contrition do we get for this behavior? What are we getting out of the deal? I don't see the upside. Hence Kerry gets beat by a pair of twos.

Maybe Obama wants to see it as some kind of breakthrough he achieved. Something to add to his Legacy resume. Basically shifts the paradigm of our Middle East relations. Not surprising he is acting against the defense interests of Israel. He's thrown Netanyahu under the bus throughout his term.
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Sure we're allowed to negotiate.

But what's come out so far is an extremely favorable deal to Iran. They get to keep enriching weapons grade uranium for 10 years with very lax enforcement. They say it's for peaceful means, but they have publicly stated the wish to see a mushroom cloud over Tel Aviv. They still view us as a sworn enemy. Still chanting Death to America. They are the biggest state sponsor of terrorism in the world today. They fund Hezbollah, fuel instability in Iraq.
If they are on the path to getting nukes, Saudi Arabia will start a regional arms race in the Gulf. They have an atrocious human rights record. Fly the rainbow flag over there and you're strung up by a crane. Or you get raped and since you don't have enough male witnesses you're stoned to death.

So what kind of contrition do we get for this behavior? What are we getting out of the deal? I don't see the upside. Hence Kerry gets beat by a pair of twos.

Maybe Obama wants to see it as some kind of breakthrough he achieved. Something to add to his Legacy resume. Basically shifts the paradigm of our Middle East relations. Not surprising he is acting against the defense interests of Israel. He's thrown Netanyahu under the bus throughout his term.

You do realize they're going to enrich uranium anyways if there's no deal. Bush got rid of Iran's main enemy in the region and rejected a deal that would've limited the amount of centrifuges to zero. Our only option is this deal.


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That's why only Jeb Bush stands a chance (he's the only moderate on immigration).
Isn't Christie also slightly moderate on immigration?
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