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post #1981 of 3333
As they say, sunlight is the best disinfectant,

post #1982 of 3333
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Hillary completely off her rocker here, also her describtion of Nigel Farage is laughable
I thought that her characterisation of Farage was quite reasonable.


like her qouting him 'women are worth less man' was reasonable?
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In a series of controversial remarks, the Ukip leader has claimed that working mothers are "worth less" than men to employers in the City.

Mr Farage, who worked in the City for 20 years at a brokerage firm, said women who take time off to take care of their children become less "valuable" to employers, and therefore get paid less than men, because they are not as committed to their clients.

Speaking at an event in the City, he said: "In many, many cases, women make different choices in life to the ones that men make simply for biological reasons.

"If a woman has a client base and has a child and takes two or three years off work, she is worth far less to the employers when she comes back than when she goes away because her client cannot be stuck rigidly to her."

Mr Farage insisted that there is "no discrimination" against women as long as they are willing to sacrifice their family life and remain childless to get ahead.

He added: "I don't believe that in the big banks and brokerage houses and Lloyds of London and everyone else in the City, I do not believe there is any discrimination against women at all.

"I think that young, able women who are prepared to sacrifice the family life and stick with their careers do as well, if not better, than men."
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/nigel-farage-working-mothers-are-worth-less-to-their-employers-in-the-city-9072556.html

Or what he said about benefits from immigrants?

There are legal polish immigrants who work in UK but their children live in Poland and still they collect check for their kids. If I was British I would not be very happy with that.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/9834606/Nearly-50000-children-who-live-abroad-receive-benefits-from-UK.html

So yes she did misrepresent him a lot.

She talked in cliches and memes and truly sounded like an out of touch from reality establishment shill, well she's is that so no surprise here
post #1983 of 3333
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The thing about the debates is dumb. She did fine against Sanders, but somehow her "neurological disorder" has progressed so rapidly that she's going to pass out on stage against Trump? Please.

Didn't she have a little incident of being on the shitter for a prolonged period during one of the debates?
post #1984 of 3333
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Didn't she have a little incident of being on the shitter for a prolonged period during one of the debates?

Like many politicians she probably has a time consuming wide stance.
post #1985 of 3333
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There is not one person in here that's going to watch a 16 minute conspiracy theory video about Hillary's health.
Please.

You have earned a flying reptile award for just being you.
post #1986 of 3333
Someone buy this book,



Looks like it will be a rarity,

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/15/us/politics/clinton-book-stronger-together.html
post #1987 of 3333
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Hillary completely off her rocker here, also her describtion of Nigel Farage is laughable

 

It's as inappropriate for Farage to campaign on Trump's behalf as it was for Obama to campaign against Brexit and for Bibi to tacitly campaign for Mittens.

post #1988 of 3333
Hillary is off of Coumadin and now on Humadin.

Reportedly, she is very happy.
post #1989 of 3333
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It's as inappropriate for Farage to campaign on Trump's behalf as it was for Obama to campaign against Brexit and for Bibi to tacitly campaign for Mittens.

potus threatening UK seems a bit higher on "inappropriate" scale
post #1990 of 3333
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like her qouting him 'women are worth less man' was reasonable?
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/nigel-farage-working-mothers-are-worth-less-to-their-employers-in-the-city-9072556.html

Or what he said about benefits from immigrants?

There are legal polish immigrants who work in UK but their children live in Poland and still they collect check for their kids. If I was British I would not be very happy with that.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/9834606/Nearly-50000-children-who-live-abroad-receive-benefits-from-UK.html

So yes she did misrepresent him a lot.

She talked in cliches and memes and truly sounded like an out of touch from reality establishment shill, well she's is that so no surprise here

Her characterisation of Farage was very accurate; she didn't misrepresent him at all. That some people think his views reasonable isn't really relevant. The man is a populist who uses racist, sexist and xenophobic language. Whether these are his real views, or whether he uses this language to gain popularity also isn't really relevant, the fact remains that her representation of his views was entirely accurate. 

As far as the Torygraph article is concerned, I suggest that you read it. 

post #1991 of 3333
I wonder how much pot she smokes to combat her medical problems? Facing hope.

Oh Bernie, where art thou?
post #1992 of 3333
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It's as inappropriate for Farage to campaign on Trump's behalf as it was for Obama to campaign against Brexit and for Bibi to tacitly campaign for Mittens.

Farage is not a government official, he's resigned. He also not a prime minister of GB not president of US, so no you are not making sense. Try again.
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I wonder how much pot she smokes to combat her medical problems? Facing hope.

Hills will put pot into potus. I know lame , but I could not help it.
post #1993 of 3333
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Farage is not a government official, he's resigned. He also not a prime minister of GB not president of US, so no you are not making sense. Try again.
Hills will put pot into potus. I know lame , but I could not help it.

Farage was never any kind of a overnment official, he was merely the leader of a marginal, rather extreme party, which only has one member of Parliament. He was, however, a member of the European Parliament, drawing salary and expenses, but not taking any part in their work.

post #1994 of 3333
Farage was and is a sack of shit. What else do you need to know?
post #1995 of 3333
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Farage was and is a sack of shit. What else do you need to know?

Quite..... Rather more bluntly put than I would put it, but essentially the same view!

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