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    Kavanaugh is a low life - trump likes to have people that are a lot like him around. He's a liar and avoids giving a plain answer to questions. You are buying the republican defense.

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    If Kavanaugh is a low life what does that make Ford, Feinstien and the rest of the gang ? It is pretty obvious to me and most voters what is happening regarding Kavanaugh. I can see what Trumps dealio is and even though he might be many things his policies have put money in the bank for me and many others.

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    Didn't know you were rich and greedy - but as a trump supporter it was either that or a deplorable.

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    I don’t know what happened, but I know many republican senators felt something did happen to her.
    He had my sympathy for awhile but he sounded like a defensive functioning alcoholic as his questioning went on. I certainly don’t feel he is impartial.

    As far as trump putting money in the bank for you, I made a lot under obama too and under trump but His term isn’t over, anything can happen.

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    You know that Kavanaugh wasn't Trump's first pick. It would be karma if Joan Larsen gets appointed because Kavanaugh had a few beers while while at school. They should of went with Larsen off the get go, imo.

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    Brazil just elected a candidate dubbed The Trump of the Tropics as its new president by a wide margin

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...trump-tropics/

    Earlier this year, the Czech Republic gave a landslide in its parliamentary election to the party of a populist nationalist billionaire who was dubbed "the Czech Trump" while the country's traditional center-right party finished second, and a new populist right party calling for a referendum to leave the EU and for a ban on Islam in the country was tied for third. The previous largest party, the Social Democrats sank to 6th place among the parties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyg View Post
    Kavanaugh is a low life - trump likes to have people that are a lot like him around. He's a liar and avoids giving a plain answer to questions. You are buying the republican defense.
    What about Al Gore? The allegations on Gore being a sexual predator are much more recent and more credible.

    https://www.businessinsider.com/two-...assault-2010-7

    https://www.oregonlive.com/portland/...tland_mas.html

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/wor...-masseuse.html

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    Doesn't the rise of nationalism remind you of the 1930s ? Still believing all the stories in the National Enquirer ?

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    Doesn't the rise of nationalism remind you of the 1930s ? Still believing all the stories in the National Enquirer ?
    I would say no. The Nationalism today seems more like the Patriotism of the 80's that took the Soviet Union out. btw, Al Gore was either looking for a quick buck or a complete idiot regarding his global heating claims. Al Gore was also implicated in sexual assaults and other inappropriate actions that received little to zero media coverage. Probably because the media backed Al's global warming dealio and his political affiliations. Other than being a lying philandering hypocrite, Al seems like a good guy.

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    Doesn't the rise of nationalism remind you of the 1930s ? Still believing all the stories in the National Enquirer ?
    Different animal. Today's nationalism in Europe is a reaction to the European Super State, and it is the latter that is the threat to democracy and individual rights. Indeed, in eastern Europe where the Soviet empire is remembered, the EU is increasingly being known as the "EUSSR" after Hungarians coined that term. The EU is not organized on democratic principles. Its parliament in Strassburg is a mostly toothless debating society while the real power is in the unelected eurocrats in Brussels. The dictation of policy by the eurocrats to elected national parliaments is an affront to democracy. The EU, for instance, signed up all its members to the Paris Climate accords as a block, not giving each country its own choice.

    The media sources I cited on Gore include the largest circulation newspaper in Oregon and the largest circulation broadsheet (non-tabloid) newspaper in the UK, not the National Enquirer. However, the media in this country has fallen so low that the National Enquirer has about the same credibility as most of them.

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