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Ah, spotted the Canadian. Stop clubbing baby seals.

They should have stopped resisting.
Anyway, they get free health care and are probably considered "persons" under Canadian law, so they shouldn't complain.
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In the local paper it says, "There is still time to plant veggies". A few words below the title and then a picture of Hillary.
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In the local paper it says, "There is still time to plant veggies". A few words below the title and then a picture of Hillary.

What kind of vegetables do you and your "neighbors" use for your Pruno?
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How many years have you spent in the calaboose? How many more years you have left? No wonder why you know so much about law!
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Which Trump brand pieces are you particularly attracted to?

The ties most definitely.

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Yawn, this threak does not deliver.foo.gif
Edited by Medwed - 8/2/16 at 5:54am
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Bloomberg article shows Hillary is connected to Russian money and oligarchy while Trum is not.

http://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2016-08-01/of-course-u-s-candidates-have-ties-to-russia
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If my FB feed is any barometer, the DNC is doing a good job discrediting Jill Stein over statements about Wi-fi signals and anti-vaccine positions.

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If my FB feed is any barometer, the DNC is doing a good job discrediting Jill Stein over statements about Wi-fi signals and anti-vaccine positions.

Typical third party interest cycle, really. Interest in third parties tends to spike earlier in races when people aren't totally satisfied with the main candidates but don't know much about the alternatives. Then they learn more about the third parties, find some reason to not like them, and go back to the mainstream.


See: Harambe the gorilla getting 5% in polls.
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If my FB feed is any barometer, the DNC is doing a good job discrediting Jill Stein over statements about Wi-fi signals and anti-vaccine positions.
I knew about the anti-vaxxer nonsense.
What's the wifi thing? Going to give us all cancer or Lyme disease or something?
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I  worry a hell of a lot more about the psychological effects of the internet than I do about electronic signal damage

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I knew about the anti-vaxxer nonsense.
What's the wifi thing? Going to give us all cancer or Lyme disease or something?

 

Basically.  I don't think she's actually an anti-vaxxer.  I don't know, nor do I care enough to check because I'd never vote for her (because she's a woman).

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Originally Posted by brokencycle View Post

Basically.  I don't think she's actually an anti-vaxxer.  I don't know, nor do I care enough to check because I'd never vote for her (because she's a woman).
Yeah, from what little I've seen it's more about saying stuff like "well, the science isn't entirely clear so the anti-vaxxers might not be wrong" or something. (No idea if she has kids herself.)
Basically, she spouted some mealy-mouthed pandering BS to avoid alienating part of her base, such as it is. Because, you know, she's the only one who's all about principle rather than politics, pandering and pathological attention whoring.
Edited by lawyerdad - 8/2/16 at 5:27pm
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Stein said, "I am committed to make investments to find the causes of autism, including possible environmental causes like vaccines…We don't know what, if any, kind of link there is between vaccines and autism - but we should find out."

 

Oh wait.  That was Hillary in 2008.

 

Stein said, “We’ve seen just a skyrocketing autism rate.  Some people are suspicious that it’s connected to the vaccines.  The science right now is inconclusive, but we have to research it."

 

Oh, wait.  That was Obama in 2008.

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