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The press hates Hispanics Canadian Whisps.

FTFY.
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Did I miss something? Is Hilary running against Bill? 

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Did I miss something? Is Hilary running against Bill? 

In a ridiculous thread this comment manages to stand out for being ridiculous.
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In a ridiculous thread this comment manages to stand out for being ridiculous.


I often only remember the last sentences of paragraphs. 

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Seriously Ethan, your team has been as responsible for at least as many deaths of servicemen and civilians as the other team. Just be honest about it.
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Seriously Ethan, your team has been as responsible for at least as many deaths of servicemen and civilians as the other team. Just be honest about it.

Civilians for sure, but servicemen? Not sure how that could be true, at least over the last 30 years.
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Seriously Ethan, your team has been as responsible for at least as many deaths of servicemen and civilians as the other team. Just be honest about it.


And this is relevant to today how? You have one party who has all but promised taking us back to war and that is unacceptable in my book.

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And this is relevant to today how? You have one party who has all but promised taking us back to war and that is unacceptable in my book.
How is worse than one that states it will get you out off war but keeps you in it anyway obama style?
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And this is relevant to today how? You have one party who has all but promised taking us back to war and that is unacceptable in my book.

Hillary voted for Bush's war. Fuck her, right? And Kerry and Hagel...both voted for it. Fuck them, right?
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Hillary voted for Bush's war. Fuck her, right? And Kerry and Hagel...both voted for it. Fuck them, right?

There is a rational point about holding avoiding necessary conflicts in the future ahead of unnecessary past conflicts.
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There is a rational point about holding avoiding necessary conflicts in the future ahead of unnecessary past conflicts.

Agreed, but again, Hillary is fairly aggressive. If Bernie was the nom it would be a strong point; with Hillary not so much.
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Agreed, but again, Hillary is fairly aggressive. If Bernie was the nom it would be a strong point; with Hillary not so much.

Ethan hasn't exactly parsed his position clearly, but I'm for sure a lot more worried about the hawks on war with Iran than continued drone operations.
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And this is relevant to today how? You have one party who has all but promised taking us back to war and that is unacceptable in my book.

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There is a rational point about holding avoiding necessary conflicts in the future ahead of unnecessary past conflicts.

Hillary will take us back to war. Agree with pio that if Sanders was the guy, I could buy it. Certainly there is Paul on the R side too.

I just don't see any justification on what makes you think the D's keeping us out of unnecessary wars any more than the R's. Clinton got us involved in Kosvo and others. Obama hasn't pulled out of the middle east like he said, and we certainly got more involved in places like Syria and Egypt. War is the health of the state, and on average, I think both parties are pretty equally interested in keeping us in a perpetual state of war.

Edit: I'll put money on it today. If Hillary is elected, we will deploy more soldiers to a Middle Eastern country in her tenure. I don't know if it will by Syria or back to Iraq or Iran.
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Hillary is as hawkish as it gets in the current crop of Presidential candidates.
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If we get into another war, we will probably save thousands of lives and be victorious if we are merciless. War cannot be made politically correct or peaceful.
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