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aklemalp
January 11, 2016, 09:02 PM
NFL is too "soft" now - GOP frontrunner billionaire Trump.

aklemalp
January 12, 2016, 12:25 PM
Senator Rand Paul is threatening with a boycott of the next debate after being demoted to the 'kiddy' table.

It's a shame....one of the more saner presidential candidate is being kicked away from main stage.

brockley
January 13, 2016, 05:42 PM
America seems a very divided place,Obama must be 1 of the most divisive leaders in present memory.
I never listen to political spin anymore,didn't listen to the national address to be honest.
I rather the spin of our pm downunder.
To be honest whoever you are,you can't trust politicians.
Trump may be honest but he is a bigot as well.

aklemalp
January 14, 2016, 11:55 AM
Another GOP debate on tonight. The field has been trimmed a little.

aklemalp
January 16, 2016, 12:01 PM
Trump versus Cruz over birther issue and New York values.

Sanders creeping up easy on Clinton. The race to the nominations are getting 'delectable'.

aklemalp
January 19, 2016, 09:37 PM
Palin endorses the Trump campaign.

aklemalp
January 21, 2016, 12:10 PM
Sanders polling higher than Hilary

bodrul
January 22, 2016, 02:22 AM
Senator Rand Paul is threatening with a boycott of the next debate after being demoted to the 'kiddy' table.

It's a shame....one of the more saner presidential candidate is being kicked away from main stage.

Rand Paul indeed a saner candidate compared to other GOP debates. On his website he talks about issues that needs to be worked on. But I was shocked to see his position/lie about Israel:

Israel
I’m proud to support Israel, America’s longtime friend and ally in the Middle East. Israeli cafés and buses are bombed, towns are victimized by hundreds of rockets, and its citizens are attacked by Palestinian terrorists.

Yea, I know you cannot be a US president without licking the back of Israel, but should this have to a campaign issue?

Roey Haque
January 22, 2016, 04:06 AM
As long as it's not Hillary.

iDumb
January 25, 2016, 01:30 PM
Not a single good candidate this year who are leading.. they all suck....

sanders vs trump.... US can't win either way.

bodrul
January 25, 2016, 02:26 PM
Sanders is arguably the best candidate.

Hillary: A biggest liar and hypocrite like Obama who only portrays herself as the friend of middle class and poor but actually share the bed with wall street.

Trump: Is he serious about presidency? I don't know where he gets the energy to shout all the time.

Other GOP candidates: Non interested in GOP and their neo-con ideology.

iDumb
January 25, 2016, 05:16 PM
Sanders is arguably the best candidate.
.

I don't like him ...

I like candidates who can reduce govt spending and eventually lower taxes ....

aklemalp
January 26, 2016, 08:54 PM
Trump decides to skip the next GOP debate this Thursday because he doesn't want to be in the same room with one of the moderators....He's saying that Megyn Kelly was not fair to him in the past and he doesn't like her.

A preview of things to come if he's to become President.

bodrul
January 27, 2016, 02:47 PM
I don't like him ...

I like candidates who can reduce govt spending and eventually lower taxes ....

The GOP on the surface speak about small government and less spending. But the fact is, they are likely to start war, because they cannot live without war, and will end up spending more than dems.

And a fact is US govt is never going to get rid of its debt. This will keep growing forever.

If Hillary comes, top CEOs of wall street will continue taking money from people and their bankrupt organizations will then be bailed out by the govt (like Obama did in the name of keep economy going).

At least with Sanders, he has a sane mind, and he will be spending money for the welfare of people.

Go SANDERS :goal::up::clap:

Rifat
January 27, 2016, 11:45 PM
I don't like him ...

I like candidates who can reduce govt spending and eventually lower taxes ....

US could use universal free healthcare, $15 minimum wage, free college tuition...Bernie Sanders all the way.

aklemalp
January 29, 2016, 07:35 AM
Didn't watched the debate?

Debate review?

brockley
January 29, 2016, 07:40 AM
Watched bits,had 2 go tho,so missed most.Most had good moments,no one stood out tho Cruz,threatened 2 walk off the stage at 1 point,thats about it.Think the news is Trump wasn't there.

bujhee kom
January 30, 2016, 01:35 PM
Rand Paul .... On his website he talks about issues that needs to be worked on. But I was shocked to see his position/lie about Israel:

Yea, I know you cannot be a US president without licking the back of Israel, but should this have to a campaign issue?

Sanders is arguably the best candidate.

Hillary: A biggest liar and hypocrite like Obama who only portrays herself as the friend of middle class and poor but actually share the bed with wall street.

Trump: Is he serious about presidency? I don't know where he gets the energy to shout all the time.

Other GOP candidates: Non interested in GOP and their neo-con ideology.

The GOP on the surface speak about small government and less spending. But the fact is, they are likely to start war, because they cannot live without war, and will end up spending more than dems.

And a fact is US govt is never going to get rid of its debt. This will keep growing forever.

If Hillary comes, top CEOs of wall street will continue taking money from people and their bankrupt organizations will then be bailed out by the govt (like Obama did in the name of keep economy going).

At least with Sanders, he has a sane mind, and he will be spending money for the welfare of people.

Go SANDERS :goal::up::clap:

Bodrul bhaiya,

I absolutely agree with evrything you said above in those posts. Rand Paul is one of the biggest scumbugs. All of these "modern era" Republican candidates are shameless, lying cowards, biggots, hatemongers, slaves to the corrupt banks and corporations...Reagan, Nixon - all of them!! I hope they all burn in Hell. In their caskets, when they feel the shake, it's me dancing on their graves. Only decent recent republican leader was John McCain. All the current republican clowns that are trying to get GOP nomination - Cruz, Carson, Rand Paul and that subhuman Trump make George W. Bush or even his scum father look like far better people. The GOP is NOT the Lincoln's Republican Party no more.

Although I have been volunteering for Hillary's campaign, I DO NOT trust her. And although I am a Green Party member, I will probably cast my vote for Mr. Sanders. He is indeed super. The final goal of mine always is, to keep any, any republican out the office, by any means necessary! Even if that means that I have to vote for Ms. Clinton and not vote for Dr. Gill Stein or Mr. Sanders.

And I absolutely agree with you, Bodrul bhaiya, Bill Clinton was indeed the best U.S. president we ever had since the last World War. Also like you said, I also used to have huge respect for the Young senator Obama when he was in Illinois, but once he became the President, I lost a lot of it. Although I do understand how hard it is for him to survive amongst the vile scumbags he has to swim with a lot of the times.

Zeeshan
January 30, 2016, 02:49 PM
Is Ralph Nader still alive?

iDumb
January 30, 2016, 05:02 PM
There is something about free money that's appealing to ppl ....

USA is full of opportunities ....

College do not need to be free nor minimum wage needs to be raised ... you make life choices and you are responsible for those choices not everyone else ..

I support programs that will help the truly needy .. disabled elderly etc etc .... y the hell a 20 year old get a free college ride ? Gtfo ...

iDumb
January 30, 2016, 05:06 PM
If.minimum wage was 15 dollars I would not have gone to college and waste 8 years of my life ..instead I would get 2 jobs ... totalling a 60k a year salary .... live like a fokir and invest that money over those 8 years and be a millionaire by now ..

Education makes little sense if minimum wage subtler high

bujhee kom
January 30, 2016, 07:36 PM
Here I also fully agree with iDumb...U.S. is NOT a socialist country, there was never any promise for a free lunch, there is NO free lunch in life. Education cannot be free in a non-socialist governmental system. If you took loan, for whatever the reason is, education or whatever, you have to pay it back. You made a commitment and signed to pay it back. Like idumb says, people with extreme poverty, very old age and mental or physical handicap should be given state/federal support, NOT just because I WANT a free lunch, and in the process the rest of system/population have to carry the burden of the abuse. It strains the system and weakens the moral of people and create another kind of loathing. And the abusers of the system cronically remain weak and abusive. The dignity and honor were never there in the beginning and will never be born.

Particularly any fully able bodied/minded person and in many cases WITH some education should NOT be asking for free ride and begging on the subways! In most cases the sense of dignity was never there in the first place, and when the false charity seeker gets refused, you get snears...??? Do labor and then buy your own fix! Or else like idumb said, GTFO!

bujhee kom
January 30, 2016, 07:39 PM
Is Ralph Nader still alive?
Nader is still alive and no longer with the Green Party, gone independent since 2003 I think. USed to be a Democrat in his old days.

bodrul
January 31, 2016, 08:37 AM
I don't know if anyone will agree with me, Hillary looks like a true daini, when she stares her eyes seem to pop out.

There are many policy standpoint of Hillary that I agree with. However, I cannot support her because she is a liar - a pathological liar. And above all, she is a friend of Wall Street.

aklemalp
January 31, 2016, 08:55 AM
This presidential campaign/process reminds me of the movie Campaign with Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis.

Rifat
January 31, 2016, 09:50 AM
What sanders is proposing is free college tuition for public schools that still excludes cost for meals, room and board and other things. Also, his legislation is about public colleges you still have to pay ridiculous amounts of tuition a year for private colleges. The student loan crisis is killing the middle class it is Time there be legislation passed to do something about it.

These things are bound to happen on a riba (interest/ usury) based society.

Rifat
January 31, 2016, 10:04 AM
For the record Alhamdulillahi rabbil A'lamin I have no student loans but I have to speak for the poor, destitute, the oppressed people who have been financially robbed of their rights. My mother lived on minimum wage after my father passed away and she supported us. The minimum wage has not kept up with The cost of living and the cost of hyper-inflation. If you do the math and research if that was really the case then the minimum wage should have been $26 per hour today. We are only asking for $15. Isn't it ridiculous how only 15 people own 60 percent of wealth in the United States? The system is designed to suck money out of your pockets in the form of financial slavery.

bodrul
January 31, 2016, 01:29 PM
Isn't it ridiculous how only 15 people own 60 percent of wealth in the United States? The system is designed to suck money out of your pockets in the form of financial slavery.

The GOP will bring the free market logic. Free market is OK, but when 15 people own 60% of the wealth of the country, definitely without doubt dalem kuch kala hay.

I am all for free market, but the bottom line is, if you play by the rule, it is impossible, no matter how smart they are, for 15 people to own 60% of wealth. This is pure corruption.

iDumb
January 31, 2016, 03:15 PM
. If you do the math and research if that was really the case then the minimum wage should have been $26 per hour today. We are only asking for $15.

I would like to see this math how minimum wage should be 26 in keeping up with inflation.

Cost of living should not factor into federal level rise in minimum wage. If NYC/NJ is too expensive for you - you are more than welcome to move to cheaper places...

Rifat, you and I and many other immigrant family share similar stories. My father was also a minimum wage worker, never took food stamp, housing help yet I am thankfully am at a much better position, perhaps maybe in top 5% earner. Same stories with you - as you said you are making good money and have no loans... Neither of us had college funds... So we are the example that it is more than possible to survive and thrive in a low wage setting... It is all about invidividuals desire and work ethics to get out of rat hole... This country is full of opportunities...

And one should aspire to do well and grab those opportunities through hard work, sacrifice etc... it should not be given to ppl for free by the government.

All these talk about student loans are ridiculous because ppl took out loans willy nilly without thoughts..and it is your reponsibility.... Also majority of ppl have average of 20 to 30 k loan which is not enough "to hold you back".

what can be done however should be to put cap on the rising tuition as colleges are doing that because ppl have access to more loans...

On surface it sounds nice but someone has to pay for that... and it will be you and me... your halal burger is gonna cost 15 dollars instead of 5... then you will become poor too despite earning 100k.

iDumb
January 31, 2016, 03:40 PM
Just to be clear my stance:
No free college, or anything that will increase govt spending
Minimum wage should not be raised to 15 or whatever at federal level but at individual state level they should be raised based on the living standard. ie in NYC i think it is required for minimum wage to be much higher. And it also has to be company based. You can not expect a small business owner to pay its workers 15 to 20 an hour, provide health insurance and still thrive but multimillion dollar business certainly should... so walmart, target, costco (they already do) should have those higher standards..businessman with big chain stores.. ie one guy owning 100 mcdonalds ideally should be paying its workers higher.

On top of everything, ppl want to get rid of illegal immigrants.....1 golda chingri at restaurant is gonna cost 100 dollars then.

NoName
January 31, 2016, 04:54 PM
Rifat, if minimum wage was increased to $26 you would see unemployment rate sky rocket.

mufi_02
January 31, 2016, 05:59 PM
I don't know if anyone will agree with me, Hillary looks like a true daini, when she stares her eyes seem to pop out.

There are many policy standpoint of Hillary that I agree with. However, I cannot support her because she is a liar - a pathological liar. And above all, she is a friend of Wall Street.

and what is wrong with being pro-wall street. USA is not only a capitalistic nation but is the very definition of the term. It is not like Canada or other Scandinavian nations and frankly it should not try to be one. The reason USA is so successful and has become the most powerful nation in modern history is partly because of its capitalistic open market policy which rewards hard work and creativity.

Bernie Sanders is a good man. He is an honest man. But he is too idealistic for a superpower like USA. He is perfect to run a small state like Vermont but not suited to be the commander in chief of the most powerful nation on earth. Plus, he has this very anti-Wall street notion. He understand very little of Dodd-Frank or any of regulatory policy. It sounds good and idealistic to hear about breaking up the banks. But very few people knows the consequences of it. Obama/Geithner/Bernanke/Paulson did a great job at reviving the economy and the regulation of Wall street. Any further restriction will hurt the industry and economy as a whole. But Sanders does not understand that and thinks providing free college and $15 minimum wage will solve all the problems.

As idumb said, one can still make it to the top in USA with only hard work and determination. American dream is still well alive.

brockley
January 31, 2016, 08:38 PM
An Aussies' point of view.
1 Want someone who can run economy well,that rules out Bernie Sanders.
2 Want some 1 who takes back America to no 1,economy and military.
2 kick Isis Arse.
4 scare China,Nth Korea,Iran and Russia back in2 their hole.
5 don't be a wuss anymore America.

iDumb
January 31, 2016, 08:48 PM
Sounds like you are a trump supporter ..

brockley
January 31, 2016, 08:52 PM
No the Cuban guy Rubio,think he has what it takes.

aklemalp
January 31, 2016, 11:11 PM
Some refresher on Caucuses and primaries:

"Caucuses were once the most common way of choosing presidential nominees. Today, Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, Kansas, Maine, Minnesota, Nevada, North Dakota, Wyoming and Iowa are the only states to rely solely on the caucus, according to the Federal Election Commission. The territories of American Samoa, Guam and the Virgin Islands use the caucus also. All other states and Puerto Rico use primary elections or a combination of the voting formats.
Caucus meetings are arranged by either the state or political party to take place at a certain place and time. Caucuses are unique in that they allow participants to openly show support for candidates. Voting is often done by raising hands or breaking into groups according to the candidate participants support. The results of the caucus are used to determine the delegates present at county, state and national nominating conventions of each political party. Most often, only registered voters can participate in a caucus, and they are limited to the caucus of the party with which they are affiliated.
Primaries are a direct, statewide process of selecting candidates and delegates. Similar to the general election process, primary voters cast secret ballots for the candidates of their choosing. The results are used to determine the configuration of delegates at the national convention of each party. Primaries come in two basic forms: In an open primary, all registered voters can vote for any candidate, regardless of their political affiliation. Registered Democrats may vote for a Republican candidate, and Republican voters may cast ballots for a Democrat, for instance. And registered Independents can participate in either party’s primary. But in a closed primary, voters may vote only for candidates of the party with which they are registered."

Source: http://www.factcheck.org/2008/04/caucus-vs-primary/

aklemalp
February 2, 2016, 12:59 AM
Ted Cruz won in Iowa for the GOP

Hillary won by a cat's whisker.

bodrul
February 2, 2016, 08:48 AM
Donald Trump must be very disappointed to discover that three quarters of Iowa Republicans are weak, low energy and have no interest in making America great again.

From CNN

Zeeshan
February 4, 2016, 02:24 AM
So Donald Trump has been nominated for Nobel's Peace Prize

Habib
February 4, 2016, 03:54 AM
Rooting for Sanders.

aklemalp
February 4, 2016, 11:10 AM
Because china's economy is rising doesn't means that America's is going down.

Donald Trump believes that America is not great, yet he's been able to survive multiple bankruptcies in America.

Kicking a terrorist group's a$$ would essentially cost Americans a great deal of money.

Building a wall and expecting another country to pay for it is absolutely ridiculous.

Deporting 11 million people would further cost the country...

aklemalp
February 7, 2016, 12:27 PM
Christie kicked Rubio's @$$ last nite...

Rifat
February 7, 2016, 02:21 PM
I would like to see this math how minimum wage should be 26 in keeping up with inflation.

Cost of living should not factor into federal level rise in minimum wage. If NYC/NJ is too expensive for you - you are more than welcome to move to cheaper places...

Rifat, you and I and many other immigrant family share similar stories. My father was also a minimum wage worker, never took food stamp, housing help yet I am thankfully am at a much better position, perhaps maybe in top 5% earner. Same stories with you - as you said you are making good money and have no loans... Neither of us had college funds... So we are the example that it is more than possible to survive and thrive in a low wage setting... It is all about invidividuals desire and work ethics to get out of rat hole... This country is full of opportunities...

And one should aspire to do well and grab those opportunities through hard work, sacrifice etc... it should not be given to ppl for free by the government.

All these talk about student loans are ridiculous because ppl took out loans willy nilly without thoughts..and it is your reponsibility.... Also majority of ppl have average of 20 to 30 k loan which is not enough "to hold you back".

what can be done however should be to put cap on the rising tuition as colleges are doing that because ppl have access to more loans...

On surface it sounds nice but someone has to pay for that... and it will be you and me... your halal burger is gonna cost 15 dollars instead of 5... then you will become poor too despite earning 100k.

I apologize for giving you inaccurate figures, but here is an article to explain that figure would be $21.72....

http://cepr.net/documents/publications/min-wage1-2012-03.pdf

by the way, I do agree with you with a lot of what you said...It's just that we are asking for an economic policy where it is fair and allows people to have equal opportunity....not just a certain privileged class, race, religion or gender.

iDumb
February 8, 2016, 01:18 AM
I apologize for giving you inaccurate figures, but here is an article to explain that figure would be $21.72....

http://cepr.net/documents/publications/min-wage1-2012-03.pdf



Rifat did you read the article. In keeping up with inflation from 1960s (for whatever reason they chose that as the benchmark) - the minimum wage should be $9.22 now. Many states already pay more than that. NYC mandates I think close to $10+/hr for workers that work for someone who has more than 30+ stores. Many individual companies already raised their minimum wage...

But it is ludicrous to think it should be 21.72 no matter what criteria you use? A recent non STEM major college graduate do not make that much. They came with with that number using some crazy calculation at 100% "productivity growth" rate since 1960s.

Basically this is how I understand it....

Hypothetical example: A cashier in the 60s at a store let's say would write in a piece of paper prices of all the items you are buying.. calculating them by hand/calculator and doing a cash transaction.... let's say each customer would take 5 mins to finish - in an 8 hours period she would be able to see 90 customers or so....

But with advancement of technology, credit cards etc.. now you can just scan everything in bulk and the same customer would take less than half a minute to complete.... letting the cashier see close to 900 customers... Her PRODCUTIVITY went up significantly (10x more) but does NOT mean she is WORKING 10x harder.. infact i would say things are much more easier for her...

Her productivity went up many folds due to use of technology.. it DOES NOT mean she deserves many multiples to her salary because of this advancement....

That is simply not how things work imho. Lines are now faster, things are cheaper - you can't spend all your money on labor cost whereas ANYBODY WITH MINIMAL SKILL SET can do this job.... This is what we call a supply and demand economy.

Now should individual companies give out Bonuses to their employees (even minimum wage workers) for meeting certain goals.. I certainly think so but there is no role for it at federal level. It should not be mandated... These days and age social pressure work much better and more efficiently.. where business are vying for your money.

iDumb
February 9, 2016, 08:31 PM
So trump and sanders projected to win ...

Man this sucks big time .... trump presidency is becoming reality ...he will become very "centric/liberal" in general election and will make more sense than Sanders ... Trump was a democrat most of his.life actually ....

Sanders win ....market will take a nose dive
Trump wins .... there will be newly opened concentration camps for Muslims ..

Not a single good candidate this election ... kasich is the only normal one so far I feel ...

brockley
February 9, 2016, 09:10 PM
Can anyone tell me why black and Latino people vote for Hilary.
And why did Black Lives Maters boo Sanders off the stage?

NoName
February 10, 2016, 06:31 PM
Can anyone tell me why black and Latino people vote for Hilary.
And why did Black Lives Maters boo Sanders off the stage?

Hillary has strong support from the minority because of the Obama brand. The minority loves Obama, and here you have Clinton repeating every few minutes how she loves Obama, praises Obama and prides herself on continuing the Obama legacy which resonates well with the Blacks and Latinos. Meanwhile, Sanders is a relatively unknown name to them, but has recently made large strides in the past year but his past accomplishments and social work is vastly under-highlighted in the media, especially his fight for equal civil rights. It is ironic, because his economic plan would greatly benefit minorities more so than Hillary's.

brockley
February 11, 2016, 12:02 AM
Yes you are right No Name.
Seems she is relying on what Bill Clinton possibly did for the black and latino community.
But heard press today Bill helped build a lot of gaols,and gaols have a large % of incarceration of black people,this was on CNN.And the prison comunnity has increased exponentially.
I don't see their undying loyalty to her it seems brainless.

BANFAN
February 18, 2016, 03:55 AM
So trump and sanders projected to win ...

Man this sucks big time .... trump presidency is becoming reality ...he will become very "centric/liberal" in general election and will make more sense than Sanders ... Trump was a democrat most of his.life actually ....

Sanders win ....market will take a nose dive
Trump wins .... there will be newly opened concentration camps for Muslims ..

Not a single good candidate this election ... kasich is the only normal one so far I feel ...

Loving Trump, I hope he gets elected !!:) seriously he's the last hope to stop the war mongeribg & terror finding !! World will be a peaceful place !!

Jadukor
February 18, 2016, 04:20 AM
Loving Trump, I hope he gets elected !!:) seriously he's the last hope to stop the war mongeribg & terror finding !! World will be a peaceful place !!

Was that a joke or for realz bro?

reverse_swing
February 18, 2016, 04:35 AM
Type jebbush.com. It redirects to Trump’s official website. :)

BANFAN
February 18, 2016, 04:38 AM
Was that a joke or for realz bro?

Real Jadukor :) he is least interested in wars and his main focus will be reviving US economy and rebuilding infrastructure. If you have followed him closely, he's not interested to enter into wars, talking of partnering with regional powers to solve regional problems instead of direct US intervention. Not ready to be the major financier for NATO activities, good relation with Russia alone solves half of the wars, will make middle eastern alliance more costly so Saudis and Turkey will get less ambitious, he's even trying to have an unbiased position in Palestine conflict to broker a deal, he didn't want to get partial on the issue even been pushed by Joe today on msnbc. But he said clearly, I don't want to blame either party Coz that will hurt my position as a neutral broker in any peace deal. Etc etc ......

While he has a very loud agenda at home on economy, infrastructure and security etc .. I think that helps both US and the world at large. World is unstable due to too many US interventions.

Zeeshan
February 18, 2016, 03:05 PM
banfan ki lude tude kachen naki

kalpurush
February 18, 2016, 03:54 PM
So trump and sanders projected to win ...

Man this sucks big time .... trump presidency is becoming reality ...he will become very "centric/liberal" in general election and will make more sense than Sanders ... Trump was a democrat most of his.life actually ....

Sanders win ....market will take a nose dive
Trump wins .... there will be newly opened concentration camps for Muslims ..

Not a single good candidate this election ... kasich is the only normal one so far I feel ...

You might be lucky to see End of The World-> ;)

kalpurush
February 18, 2016, 03:55 PM
Type jebbush.com. It redirects to Trump’s official website. :)

That's how politics work, eh!!!

Zeeshan
February 18, 2016, 03:55 PM
That was gold. Didn't know you are funny like that Ob bhai. @Post54

Jadukor
February 18, 2016, 08:50 PM
banfan ki lude tude kachen naki

Bhai plz add an extra "c" next time.

mufi_02
February 18, 2016, 09:20 PM
Real Jadukor :) he is least interested in wars and his main focus will be reviving US economy and rebuilding infrastructure. If you have followed him closely, he's not interested to enter into wars, talking of partnering with regional powers to solve regional problems instead of direct US intervention. Not ready to be the major financier for NATO activities, good relation with Russia alone solves half of the wars, will make middle eastern alliance more costly so Saudis and Turkey will get less ambitious, he's even trying to have an unbiased position in Palestine conflict to broker a deal, he didn't want to get partial on the issue even been pushed by Joe today on msnbc. But he said clearly, I don't want to blame either party Coz that will hurt my position as a neutral broker in any peace deal. Etc etc ......

While he has a very loud agenda at home on economy, infrastructure and security etc .. I think that helps both US and the world at large. World is unstable due to too many US interventions.

ekebare intelligent kotha. plus, all Muslims in USA will get another ID. So beside my driver's license and other IDs, I will have a brand new iD. Maybe can use that for discounts at movies or theaters. bhalo idea kintu.

BANFAN
February 19, 2016, 01:39 AM
banfan ki lude tude kachen naki

Nothing, that's probably the reason I don't see what you see. LoL

BANFAN
February 19, 2016, 02:18 AM
ekebare intelligent kotha. plus, all Muslims in USA will get another ID. So beside my driver's license and other IDs, I will have a brand new iD. Maybe can use that for discounts at movies or theaters. bhalo idea kintu.

I know he has had some tough talks to obtain some segments of voters. But if you see the current US policies with Muslims for last 25+ years! they kept fooling the Muslims population by Pepe talks with an underhand unholy alliance with the tyrants of the Islamic world. How authentic is it that they say, "Oh It's not against Islam or Muslims" and destroying Muslims and the very fabric of Islam by implanting Shia-Sunni non sense all over the world, using you as merely vote bank. How are they doing so good service that got you so devoted to them? Are you or Muslim world at this point bcoz of Trunp ?? No but their dirty politics of politicians effectively for last 25 yrs or more.

Although Trunp said certain things to emphasize on his intentions of providing security to the people against terrorism. But he's the only person who's also openly saying and condemning Iraq war, blaming all the politicians for war mongering all over the world and making them responsible for the current situation of alienating Muslims into terrorism. He's the one to turnover current pattern of creating & fighting terror by the same party, for political gains, forget about millions being killed.

Many things he can't say now openly, but he will do to make that change and that makes politicians all over the western world uncomfortable. Like he lately demanded release of 28 pages of 9/11 commission that has been withheld. He will unearth the truth of this mysterious situation around terrorism. Which is basically meant for the benefit of military industries.

What ever is the reason of such Islamic terrorism, you can't deny there is a problem of radicalization/terrorism, the current political machines won't solve it, keeping it going like this benefits them, he has given a step forward to solve it, I think you need to stop for a while, dig into the situation why this is happening and then solve it. I'm sure he knows & we all know this Fxxing terrorism is a creation of US and its allies in EU & Middke East. All their Middle eastern allies fund terror organizations, and US turns a blind eye, then use these thugs through their allies to topple governments and create chaos. Iraq, Libya. Syria, AFG etc name a country where the story isn't the same. But if he tells it now openly without hard evidence, he will be executed. But I can feel, he understands that and he's going to destroy that nexus, that makes the establishment on both side to panic. Even the pope. It's all about money & power. All the big arses are knotted together.

The guy has business in most of the Islamic countries, don't think he will destroy his family business by segregating Muslims. He will become extremely popular with Muslims when he will dismantle these Islamic dictators and their unholy alliance with the politicians in the west. He will expose, but he can't say many things directly now in the middle of an election. Wait for him to be elected. Get his msg, he keeps saying "I'm an unifier"

I have followed his every speach and msg for close to 8 months since he declared running for the office and I can see how disturbed the political & media establishment is with the idea of a Trunp presidency. Bcoz that's an unholy alliance to continue politics as usual. We all know media lies, then why trust them? We all know politicians lie & cheat and they are doing very dirty politics with terrorism, then why trust them ?? Have we been enslaved by them intellectually too? That even if you know they are lying and playing dirty, still you are forced to believe them?

There will be a massive change in the world order and in the political world, if Trunp is elected & an over haul is more than due.

He's a business man and after 50 years of business, be sure he won't do things that doesn't make financial sense in short or long term. He can't do things that financially doesn't make any sense, but politicians can, because they are pawns of the interest group. That's why they need non venomous safe characters to be the president who can be dictated. Like first time senators.

A trump presidency will probably see a few powerful US and EU politicians humiliated or even behind the bars. This indiscriminate killings, artificial creation of millions of refugees, must stop. Anyone who breaks the status quo in international politics, disrupts this viscous cycle of inhuman politics, must be welcome by everyone, who's not a direct beneficiary of the status quo.

He's fighting against a gigantic machine alone. Politicians on either side, corrupt intellectuals, interest groups, media etc every element of the system. Even the Europeans, arab and religious partners/beneficiaries of this corrupt system is trying to butt into US presidential election in an unpresidented manner. Because everyone feels threatened by Trump, who's not controlled by anyone. this guy isn't stupid, no stupid person can ever make 10bn $ business and as a private company not enlisted in Wall Street. He's doing what he needs to do, to fight & win against this vicious system. It's in the interest of the common people to end this corrupt system. So don't buy the media narratives, listen to trump's speeches to find out that 90% of his comments have been taken out of context by the media. There are traps and dishonesty of this corrupt media in his every step, trying to bring him down. So if you seriously want to have a opinion on him, listen to him and make your own assessment, don't listen to one sided media narratives.

I'm not saying, he's Saint, he has his limitations, and his inexperience in politics makes him even more vulnerable to mistakes, but have an honest look at him, he's the best bet for Americans and the world. He's brutally honest and that gets him into more troubles in the political world. But that honesty is benificial to common people.

Edit: Sorry for too many terrible typos, just corrected almost all. :-)

bodrul
February 19, 2016, 05:21 AM
ekebare intelligent kotha. plus, all Muslims in USA will get another ID. So beside my driver's license and other IDs, I will have a brand new iD. Maybe can use that for discounts at movies or theaters. bhalo idea kintu.

If Trump becomes president, you will not get any new ID. All his talks about Moslems are trash talks. He does this trash talking to please certain segments, but I am assured he will not do what he is saying now. After all, he has so much businesses with Muslims and Muslim lands, and he even knows that Moslems are not terrorists.

mufi_02
February 19, 2016, 09:20 AM
you guys can't be serious.. I would agree if he is running an honest campaign but he will smear anyone and any group to gain votes. What about the claims that he saw Muslims cheering across the Hudson in NJ after the towers fell. A claim that has no truth or evidence and debunked by all media, eyewitness, and even governor of NJ Chris Christie. When a leading candidate from a major party makes such false claims or through people of a certain faith from his rallies, it is very easy to see his hostility.

He is throwing political correctness out of the window and giving voice to a group that is bigoted and full of hatred against anything that is non-white whether be it Mexicans, other Hispanics, Asians, and Muslims. He might be soaring in Republican primaries where very few minorities participate but come general election, he will have no support.

As idumb said, there are no decent candidates this time around. There is Trump on one side and Sanders on the others. Sanders will tax the hell out of everyone but the lower class. Now I pay around 25% tax in both federal and state tax. It might go around 40% tax. So almost half of my income will go to fund the social welfare programs.

Navo
February 20, 2016, 03:34 PM
@Mufi, on Sander's proposed tax hike - is that so bad? If it is reflected in better social welfare programmes?

I currently teach and do research at a University in the Netherlands and pay roughly 35% tax + monthly fees for mandatory health insurance, which adds up to quite a bit of my salary. But at the end of the day I know that if I end up living here for the long term, the school system, public infrastructure, etc. is uniformly good and I will get the benefit of that taxation. Maybe your "investment" in social welfare programmes through your tax contributions will also benefit you (and your close ones) eventually?

I should add that it also helps that the government has kept prices prices under control so what you have left after taxes can go far.

Zeeshan
February 20, 2016, 10:01 PM
So for a guy who wants to dip bullets in pigs blood and shoot muslims is probably not the best candidate. Jus sayin.

mufi_02
February 21, 2016, 10:02 AM
@Mufi, on Sander's proposed tax hike - is that so bad? If it is reflected in better social welfare programmes?

I currently teach and do research at a University in the Netherlands and pay roughly 35% tax + monthly fees for mandatory health insurance, which adds up to quite a bit of my salary. But at the end of the day I know that if I end up living here for the long term, the school system, public infrastructure, etc. is uniformly good and I will get the benefit of that taxation. Maybe your "investment" in social welfare programmes through your tax contributions will also benefit you (and your close ones) eventually?

I should add that it also helps that the government has kept prices prices under control so what you have left after taxes can go far.

As you live in a Scandinavian country, you will enjoy many state sponsored benefits. But that will not be necessarily true for USA. We don't have universal health care like Canada/UK etc. I get health coverage through my employer and it is not that cheap. Maybe the current tax rate justifies the benefits that I receive from state and federal government but any further increase will be very discouraging.

Sanders will make a) $15 min wage, b) free college education for all. Both of which is just not feasible. Paul Krugman is a very progressive economist and syndicated columnist for NYTimes and even he questioned Sander's economic policy as not realistic http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/19/opinion/varieties-of-voodoo.html?rref=collection%2Fcolumn%2Fpaul-krugman&action=click&contentCollection=opinion&region=stream&module=stream_unit&version=latest&contentPlacement=1&pgtype=collection

I agree that social benefits are absolutely necessary for the old, disabled, and poor needy families. But the system is not perfect.

aklemalp
February 22, 2016, 03:37 PM
Jeb! Is history now...one of the saner of the lot in the GOP field.

Now Kasich and the Jigglypuff Carson needs to step down....then it'll be Trump versus the two Latinos, Cruz and Rubio...what a triple threat that would be.

Meanwhile on the Democratic side, it's Sanders trying to pick up momentum before Super Tuesday.

Some riveting and unprecedented drama awaits the USA

aklemalp
February 23, 2016, 08:41 AM
Trump wants to punch a protestor in the face...and brought up about what would happen to that protestor in the 'old' Days where he would be leaving on a stretcher.


I'm sure and positive that his poll numbers will spike up by at least 10 points.

Thejudgement his supporters should go under the microscope.

Link : http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/donald-trump-nevada-protester-i-d-punch-him-n524011

brockley
February 23, 2016, 01:30 PM
I am sure Trump could do a major shooting and his numbers go up.

bodrul
February 23, 2016, 02:52 PM
Jeb! Is history now...one of the saner of the lot in the GOP field.

Now Kasich and the Jigglypuff Carson needs to step down....then it'll be Trump versus the two Latinos, Cruz and Rubio...what a triple threat that would be.

Meanwhile on the Democratic side, it's Sanders trying to pick up momentum before Super Tuesday.

Some riveting and unprecedented drama awaits the USA

There was nothing wrong with Jeb's ambition, but he should have understood that after having two war mongering presidents from his family, it was almost close to impossible to convince voters to send another Bush to the White House.

He refused to understand this simple fact, and he therefore rightly went down as LOW ENERGY :D:down::lol: (not a Trump supporter, but there should be no mercy for war mongers. George W Bush is the stupidest president America has ever had in their history.It is a wonder that his guy was elected twice, of course he stole the first election)

tonmoy.dhaka
February 23, 2016, 03:30 PM
There was nothing wrong with Jeb's ambition, but he should have understood that after having two war mongering presidents from his family, it was almost close to impossible to convince voters to send another Bush to the White House.

He refused to understand this simple fact, and he therefore rightly went down as LOW ENERGY :D:down::lol: (not a Trump supporter, but there should be no mercy for war mongers. George W Bush is the stupidest president America has ever had in their history.It is a wonder that his guy was elected twice, of course he stole the first election)

If sanity was the magic word than Trump would never be in contention... Also to be honest Jeb is probably the best of the Bush.... Also I know I would be crucified for saying this, but despite the many flaws of George W, he actually made a massive difference in the fight against AIDS in Africa, I hope people remember him for that.

brockley
February 23, 2016, 03:49 PM
I felt a lot safer when he was in, than Obama now.I think Americans mostly would feel the same way.

NoName
February 23, 2016, 04:41 PM
Yeh, Sander's $15 minimum wage is crazy. In Canada we get taxed a lot and our minimum wage is only hovering between $10-$11 (depending on the province). Not to mention the hilariously low value of our dollar due to cheap oil prices

NoName
February 24, 2016, 12:20 AM
I felt a lot safer when he was in, than Obama now.I think Americans mostly would feel the same way.

How so? Trump was absolutely correct when he said the 9/11 happened on Bush's watch, despite various warnings that a major terrorist attack was imminent on US soil. Under Obama's watch Americans had a higher chance of being shot at school. Its a myth that Bush kept the US safe, when in reality he made the US a more attractive target due to starting two wars in the ME.

brockley
February 24, 2016, 01:25 AM
Russia playing up,China playing up,Nth Korea playing up,Turkey playing up,Israel building in West Banks,Isis started up under Obama,what more of a list do you want.How many triggers do you want for WW3.

Tigers_eye
February 24, 2016, 01:31 AM
...isis started up under Obama,...You need to read up more on this. The intelligence you got is similar to Bush.

brockley
February 24, 2016, 01:44 AM
Didn't Isis start in Syria tho?

aklemalp
February 24, 2016, 07:51 AM
Trump wins Nevada Caucuses, further pulling away from the two Latinos in this race...and most importantly, further expanding his already hugggggeeee EGO.

bodrul
February 24, 2016, 02:17 PM
If sanity was the magic word than Trump would never be in contention... Also to be honest Jeb is probably the best of the Bush.... Also I know I would be crucified for saying this, but despite the many flaws of George W, he actually made a massive difference in the fight against AIDS in Africa, I hope people remember him for that.

At least Donald Trump is saner than you. Plus you are a LOW ENERGY.

bodrul
February 24, 2016, 03:30 PM
And for Hillary, I think better if she resigns now and give Democratic candidacy to Sanders.

Because even if she manages Dem candidacy, eventually she will get schlonged by Trump. And for the lady who wanted power so much, I doubt if she will be able to take that. There is no way Americans will elect this ugly lady.

brockley
February 24, 2016, 04:38 PM
Bodrul thats if she doesn't get charged in the process,for keeping privelege info on a home server,a no no in American politics.

NoName
February 24, 2016, 07:57 PM
Russia playing up,China playing up,Nth Korea playing up,Turkey playing up,Israel building in West Banks,Isis started up under Obama,what more of a list do you want.How many triggers do you want for WW3.

- Russia has always been playing up, and in the last decade they have consolidated a lot of the power and and influence they lost after the fall of USSR.

- N.Korea makes threats and 'advancements' here and there to stay relevant. No one takes them seriously and they know that, else China would have dealt with them by now

- Israel does what Israel wants, they're a spoilt entitled child who became this way because of past US administrations, namely the Conservatives/Republican and Neocons, that let them have their way all the time. You think once Obama leaves, the next administration are going to make Israel stop lol? Guess which president's administration were die-hard Neocons in the 21st century

- The seeds that cultivated and encouraged the growth of ISIS started after the Iraq Invasion, guess which US president planted those seeds?

That is some next level paranoia you have there if you think WW3 is going to be happening anytime soon because of the problems occurring in Syria. Russia with all its bark, isn't going to risk getting into an all-out war against NATO

aklemalp
February 25, 2016, 12:37 PM
10th GOP Debate on tonight and this presents a platform for Carson to officially and respectfully drop out of the race. He's brilliant enough to have notice that he's not gonna ever get the nomination.

Thanks for the memories of "Storing Grains in the Pyramids".

aklemalp
February 25, 2016, 02:47 PM
Which Presidential candidate said this?

"Nothing too hard, Mika"

Tigers_eye
February 25, 2016, 11:34 PM
He would be selling watches in the corner of Manhattan. :floor:

Its about to get ugly folks. Go Rubio.

Cruz is leading 15 points in Texas over Trump.

NoName
February 26, 2016, 12:18 AM
"Someone please attack me" -Carson

Wtf is he still doing there? Worse than Jeb's "please clap", drop out man and retain some dignity

aklemalp
February 26, 2016, 01:09 PM
This sh!t just got a whole lot weirder:

NJ govner Chris Christie endorses the trump.

aklemalp
February 27, 2016, 07:12 PM
Hillary wins in a landslide in the South Carolina primary.

Hilary: 84%
Bernie:16%

bodrul
March 1, 2016, 09:23 AM
From this point, whether you like it or hate it, it is quite straight forward.

Trump will be the Republican nominee.
Hillary will be the Democratic nominee.

As much as I wanted Sanders to win, he will no win :(

And in the general election, it will be easy and smooth sailing for Trump. Here are the reasons why Hillary will fail big in the general election:

1. She has too many negatives and scandals: supporter of Bill's lewd deeds, Benghazi, whitewater, SOS email, taking money for giving speech etc. When she will debate with Trump, he will hammer her non-stop continuously with all these negatives and she will have no proper answer.

2. She does not have principles unlike Bernie, and she neither has the con artist skills like Trump. Trump can lie and make you believe it as a truth, whereas HIllary cannot do that. She may try to fake it, but she will ultimately breakdown before Trump.

3. She is a not a natural politician. Like majority of female politicians around the world, she has come thus far only because there was a male relative (father, husband etc) who was successful in the past. She did not grow herself alone.

4. She is ugly. Trump will say this on her face. And she is ugly (it is a fact).

5. People want newness. Like people rejected Bush, they will also reject Clinton. Trump brings that excitement, and that is how he has progressed without having any detailed/substantial policy plans.

6. Trump has the ultimate soundbite/slogan "We will make America great again." In 2008, it was "Change we need." Hillary does not have any. No other candidates had a defining soundbite.

7. It is difficult to for a party to capture WH for three straight terms. From that context, 2016 is way more difficult than 2008, and she failed in 2008.

8. Her foreign policy was disaster.

9. She thinks that people will vote because they want to see a Madame President, but people do not find it cool anymore, unlike 2008. And yet she failed in 2008.

9. Hillary's biggest weakness? She feels that she is entitled for presidency. It was evident from the disdain she showed for Sanders. She was like, "What is this little bump on my way?" It was difficult for her to maintain a genuine level of respect for Sanders. She tried to fake, but she failed. She will also think in the same line against Trump, underestimate him, thinking that Americans will vote for her anyway, only to get schlonged by Trump.

If Sanders was the Dem nominee, Trump would have a tough time. But with Clinton, he will fry her left and right.

Do I like Trump? No. He is a dishonest businessman. But between Hillary and Trump, I feel Trump is the lesser of two evils.

Be ready folks to see Donald Trump as the next US President. He will make America great again.

Night_wolf
March 1, 2016, 05:27 PM
Wow so american president will be one of Hillary and Trump?, god help the world

mufi_02
March 1, 2016, 08:56 PM
8. Her foreign policy was disaster.



very in-depth political analysis :applause:



9. She thinks that people will vote because they want to see a Madame President, but people do not find it cool anymore, unlike 2008. And yet she failed in 2008.


gets right into the core issues that matters to Americans -- "being cool" :clap:



4. She is ugly. Trump will say this on her face. And she is ugly (it is a fact).


finally, political statement of the year. Miss USA should be our next president.

iDumb
March 1, 2016, 09:23 PM
I really hope Hillary is the next president and not this Donald nonsense .... it sets bad precedence for future ...

She will have hard time on stage against this low life but I hope America stands by what's right ...

iDumb
March 1, 2016, 09:25 PM
Btw Mufi bodrul is your typical trump supporter ... uneducated insulting blabber mouth ... truth is trump ain't gonna do Jack for any of the voters ...he is running for himself no one else..... ppl who cares about others..their country ...selfless ..should be presidents ....those who actually care enough to make changes for greater good ....ppl looking for personal achievements/gain should not be awarded that ..

bujhee kom
March 1, 2016, 09:28 PM
Hahahaha BD-Shardul....

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bodrul
March 2, 2016, 02:23 AM
trump ain't gonna do Jack for any of the voters ... ppl who cares about others..their country ...selfless ..should be presidents ..

You are right. Trump is unlikely to do anything for US people.

But HIllary, after taking millions from Wall Street will do everything for the people and totally abandon Wall Street. She will even put the Wall Street CEOs into jail. What a selfless soul. :applause:

Some informative videos about Hillary:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8I0JjH9tZU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_plLS2cBxE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zi0Iy1hqhcA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8I0JjH9tZU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRRQ7FjVrBU

Anyone who supports clinton is DUMB, LOW ENERGY, and will MELTDOWN quickly.

Still fingers crossed for Bernie.

aklemalp
March 2, 2016, 08:12 AM
Cruz wins Alaska, Oklahoma, and his home state Texas.
Rubio wins Minnesota

Antora
March 4, 2016, 08:11 AM
From this point, whether you like it or hate it, it is quite straight forward.

Trump will be the Republican nominee.
Hillary will be the Democratic nominee.

As much as I wanted Sanders to win, he will no win :(



3. She is a not a natural politician. Like majority of female politicians around the world, she has come thus far only because there was a male relative (father, husband etc) who was successful in the past. She did not grow herself alone.

4. She is ugly. Trump will say this on her face. And she is ugly (it is a fact).




Do I like Trump? No. He is a dishonest businessman. But between Hillary and Trump, I feel Trump is the lesser of two evils.



umm... I'm not sure if you're a troll or you're being serious.

1. The natural politician argument can go both ways. You can say Sajib Wazed Joy getting political limelight is only because his mother is the Prime Minister of Bangladesh and not because he actually has qualities to be a good politician. Whilst having Bill Clinton has a husband has boosted Hillary in some ways, she's achieved everything through her own hard work and qualities. Her achievements should not be undermined just because she also has a famous husband. Australia's first female prime minister, Julia Gilard had no male family member in politics. She still became Australia's first female prime minister and that was achieved through her qualities and hard work. Same goes for Margaret Thatcher.

2. "Ugly"? really? If she wasn't a woman, would you comment on her looks? I'm guessing no since you haven't mentioned anything about the way Sanders or Trump looks. Women are more than their looks. Your comment is sexist.

4. Trump is lesser of the two evils? Someone who's so xenophobic is lesser of the two evils? Cool.

aklemalp
March 4, 2016, 09:06 AM
"Look at these hands."

American politics sinking to the sewer levels. George Washington, Abe Lincoln, FDR, Kennedy must be rolling in their graves. What an embarrassment these debates are. Brings out the emptiness in terms of policies from these wannabes...the only smart adult on the stage was Kasich...and he's had his issues over the past...

America will have an opportunity to vote for a Kim Jong Un type of individual....

PS: I may have gone over-the-top with my little rant.

Rifat
March 4, 2016, 09:20 AM
That awkward moment when my High School Spanish teacher said(a long time ago) that Bangladesh is more advanced than America in terms of women's rights because we have a female President and America doesn't :floor:

bodrul
March 4, 2016, 09:31 AM
umm... I'm not sure if you're a troll or you're being serious.

1. The natural politician argument can go both ways. You can say Sajib Wazed Joy getting political limelight is only because his mother is the Prime Minister of Bangladesh and not because he actually has qualities to be a good politician. Whilst having Bill Clinton has a husband has boosted Hillary in some ways, she's achieved everything through her own hard work and qualities. Her achievements should not be undermined just because she also has a famous husband. Australia's first female prime minister, Julia Gilard had no male family member in politics. She still became Australia's first female prime minister and that was achieved through her qualities and hard work. Same goes for Margaret Thatcher.


It cannot go both ways. Yes, there will be exception. Thatcher is exception. Hasina is here today because her father was a very successful politician. Same for Khaleda, Sukarnoputri, Sonia Gandhi, Clinton and majority of women politicians. Statistically my claim is true. Of course only femi nazis will not see truth in this claim.

2. "Ugly"? really? If she wasn't a woman, would you comment on her looks? I'm guessing no since you haven't mentioned anything about the way Sanders or Trump looks. Women are more than their looks. Your comment is sexist.


God didn't give beauty to everyone like He did not give other provisions like health and wealth equally to everyone. And yes, Hillary is ugly - both inside and outside. No question about that.

Among male candidates, the worst looking is Ted Cruz. When I saw him the first time and knew nothing about him, I had a bad feeling in my stomach. The moment you see this guy, you feel you want to punch him on the face. He looks like a frog or may be like a snake. And he has the character of a snake. He is worse than Trump and Hillary.


4. Trump is lesser of the two evils? Someone who's so xenophobic is lesser of the two evils? Cool.

May be he is truly a xnophobic (I don't care personally, I am not American, I watch him to get some free entertainment). May be he is not that xenophophobic but sprinkles it in his speech because the uneducated GOP voters like it and eat it. Whatever earns him vote, he will say it. He wants to become POTUS for his ego, not for people, and he therefore will say/do whatever will take him there.

aklemalp
March 4, 2016, 09:52 AM
Caption This:

http://i64.tinypic.com/2cql7ox.jpg

iDumb
March 4, 2016, 10:44 AM
I am not American

In that case STFU. No one cares what you think cuz you can't vote. All the low lives in the world will like another low life like Trump.

Hillary and others might not be ideal but better than this big talking snake oil salesman..

Hillary has done a lot of great things when she was even a first lady... She is more presidential and capable of running for president than any other women candidate so far.

I don't want to see Hillary and Trump debate, it will be more pathetic than current GOP debates... that low life will attack her just because her husband made a mistake... perhaps will talk about her looks.. her bathroom break... all the nonessential to down play all the real achievements.....

This MOFO talks so much about his money but never probably gave a single penny to charity... HE is a hindsight expert, not a foresight leader. And a pathetic human being...

"little rubio" .. thats what he is spitting out even toward the end of this debate...
Dear trump why don't you make America full of tall beautiful blonde men and women and make America great again?

I will admit after watching a lot of the debates, he makes some good points however he just has to many negatives and can not be the leader of the free world...... He supports torture, killing of family by comparing US to some terrorist group. "if they can do it, we can't" - what kinda logic is that? Illiterate ppl fall for these.... Kutta kamor dile tumi kutta ke kamur diba... bhlao..

bodrul
March 4, 2016, 12:21 PM
In that case STFU. No one cares what you think cuz you can't vote. All the low lives in the world will like another low life like Trump.

Hillary and others might not be ideal but better than this big talking snake oil salesman..

Hillary has done a lot of great things when she was even a first lady... She is more presidential and capable of running for president than any other women candidate so far.

I don't want to see Hillary and Trump debate, it will be more pathetic than current GOP debates... that low life will attack her just because her husband made a mistake... perhaps will talk about her looks.. her bathroom break... all the nonessential to down play all the real achievements.....

This MOFO talks so much about his money but never probably gave a single penny to charity... HE is a hindsight expert, not a foresight leader. And a pathetic human being...

"little rubio" .. thats what he is spitting out even toward the end of this debate...
Dear trump why don't you make America full of tall beautiful blonde men and women and make America great again?

I will admit after watching a lot of the debates, he makes some good points however he just has to many negatives and can not be the leader of the free world...... He supports torture, killing of family by comparing US to some terrorist group. "if they can do it, we can't" - what kinda logic is that? Illiterate ppl fall for these.... Kutta kamor dile tumi kutta ke kamur diba... bhlao..

What so called educated people are not understanding is American people are against establishment candidate this time. They are tired of it.

Only if Sanders had as much media coverage as Hillary is enjoying, he would be miles ahead. But everyone knows that establishment is against him. And that is why he is behind.

As for Trump, despite all his trash talk, he will win simply because he is anti establishment. (Actually he is not establishment. He wanted money from them. When they did not give him money, he started portraying himself anti-establishment.)

Anyway, I will shut up now and will wait till November when Donald Trump will wake you pathetic pro-establishment pro-corporatism LOW ENERGIES up from your romantic dream with pathological LIAR Hillary and shut you up FOREVER. :wave:

Zeeshan
March 4, 2016, 12:30 PM
Guess what offensive thing Trump will say next. :smug:

al Furqaan
March 4, 2016, 01:12 PM
Trump has a big schlong, that he guarantees. There is no problem. I will vote for him now. It is important that the leader of a nation be well endowed, trump has it both financially and anatomically.

bodrul
March 4, 2016, 02:02 PM
Trump has a big schlong, that he guarantees. There is no problem. I will vote for him now. It is important that the leader of a nation be well endowed, trump has it both financially and anatomically.

GOOD! Al has high energy :applause:

Rifat
March 4, 2016, 02:50 PM
Guess what offensive thing Trump will say next. :smug:

new thread topic /:)?


#RifatWhatHaveUDone

aklemalp
March 4, 2016, 05:37 PM
Ben Carson finally drops out

bodrul
March 5, 2016, 08:49 AM
Laughter is the best medicine:
http://politicalhumor.about.com/od/Donald-Trump/ig/Donald-Trump/

aklemalp
March 5, 2016, 09:28 PM
Cruz win Kansas and Maine
Sanders wins Kansas

aklemalp
March 5, 2016, 09:33 PM
Hillary wins Louisiana...further pulling away from Bernie.

aklemalp
March 5, 2016, 10:09 PM
Mr. T wins Louisiana, getting closer towards getting the GOP nomination and leader of the free world..

Night_wolf
March 5, 2016, 10:51 PM
When trump came into election race I thought this was a joke, a publicity stunt.

Tigers_eye
March 6, 2016, 04:16 AM
I want trump to represent the Republican side.

bodrul
March 6, 2016, 04:32 AM
Mr. T wins Louisiana, getting closer towards getting the GOP nomination and leader of the free world..

If that snake becomes potus, us is doomed.

brockley
March 7, 2016, 04:07 PM
Seen a vid or white supremicists pushing a black person at the Trump rally,right wing groups like the nationalist group and KKK aligned themselves with Trump,not the other way round tho.

brockley
March 7, 2016, 08:09 PM
There is a lot of hype of Trump as there was Obama I don't buy into either.I am for Republican but,don't like hype,like policy and sensibility.

bodrul
March 8, 2016, 12:10 PM
Voters pledge that they will vote for Trump:

https://youtu.be/YBLmh8ck0yk

Trumpian use of Dollar Sign:

We cannot let the failing REPUBLICAN ESTABLISHMENT, who could not stop Obama (twice), ruin the MOVEMENT with millions of $'s in false ads!

aklemalp
March 9, 2016, 10:06 PM
"I think Islam hates us." -Donald Trump

Link:https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10154540292596509&id=5550296508

Typical illiterate comment. How is he gonna be diplomatic with nations that have Muslim majorities?

His poll numbers are gonna jump like snakes in a frying pan.

bodrul
March 10, 2016, 04:19 AM
"I think Islam hates us." -Donald Trump

Link:https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10154540292596509&id=5550296508

Typical illiterate comment. How is he gonna be diplomatic with nations that have Muslim majorities?

His poll numbers are gonna jump like snakes in a frying pan.

The Republican base in US in recent years has become truly lunatic and crazy. Trump churns out statement like this to get their votes.

bodrul
March 10, 2016, 04:21 AM
Guess what offensive thing Trump will say next. :smug:

Why does Hillary the most corrupt person on America want to become the POTUS? To turn the oval office to an oral office for her husband? BTW, I think Hillary is really ugly and Ms Lewinsky was really a hot and attractive lady. If I were not married, I think I would have dated her.

BanglaNAus
March 10, 2016, 07:28 AM
In that case STFU. No one cares what you think cuz you can't vote. All the low lives in the world will like another low life like Trump.

Hillary and others might not be ideal but better than this big talking snake oil salesman..

Hillary has done a lot of great things when she was even a first lady... She is more presidential and capable of running for president than any other women candidate so far.

I don't want to see Hillary and Trump debate, it will be more pathetic than current GOP debates... that low life will attack her just because her husband made a mistake... perhaps will talk about her looks.. her bathroom break... all the nonessential to down play all the real achievements.....

This MOFO talks so much about his money but never probably gave a single penny to charity... HE is a hindsight expert, not a foresight leader. And a pathetic human being...

"little rubio" .. thats what he is spitting out even toward the end of this debate...
Dear trump why don't you make America full of tall beautiful blonde men and women and make America great again?

I will admit after watching a lot of the debates, he makes some good points however he just has to many negatives and can not be the leader of the free world...... He supports torture, killing of family by comparing US to some terrorist group. "if they can do it, we can't" - what kinda logic is that? Illiterate ppl fall for these.... Kutta kamor dile tumi kutta ke kamur diba... bhlao..

I love him becausr hes a retard and a joke, tony abbott was also hilarious but too bad he was outsed

mufi_02
March 10, 2016, 09:49 PM
Bangladesh just came up in debate :D

aklemalp
March 10, 2016, 10:02 PM
Bangladesh just came up in debate :D

I can't believe ur still watching...I gave up watching 3 debates ago.

It's turning out to be a version of Kids Say the Dardest Things

mufi_02
March 10, 2016, 10:09 PM
I can't believe ur still watching...I gave up watching 3 debates ago.

It's turning out to be a version of Kids Say the Dardest Things

I work and listen on the laptop. worth it man. finally Bangladesh got mentioned. Even Trump is upset about Taskin and ICC now.

brockley
March 12, 2016, 01:38 AM
Far left derail Trump rally.
You got to understand how much I hate the far left.
This is wrong.

aklemalp
March 12, 2016, 10:41 AM
Donald Trump rallies are getting violent by the second. Soon shots are going to be fired and the 2nd Civil War in America will begin.

iDumb
March 12, 2016, 11:25 AM
Donald Trump rallies are getting violent by the second. Soon shots are going to be fired and the 2nd Civil War in America will begin.

Any one who is that polarizing really shouldn't be president. Putting all jokes aside and the entertainment, president of US is a serious job and yes he is capable of handling it but someone who can not unite ppl should not hold that position.

President addresses nations after important/serious events. God forbid should there be a terrorist attack on US soil during his presidency how is he gonna address the nation? He is gonna have people turn against each other? It is SCARY.

His rhetoric of "I will protect you, don't worry about profiling"

A good leader bring out the best in people, this guy is bringing out the worst. He may not be able to constitutionally do a lot of things that he is saying but it will not stop his supporters to do extreme things because their leader said "it's ok".

Anywhere I go all I hear is discussion about him never about his policies.

I really hope America makes the right decision at the end. I don't know if Donald is the right one.. he is invoking the wrong emotions really..

aklemalp
March 12, 2016, 11:39 AM
^^ to add...I really think he is ISIS's greatest spokesperson.

bodrul
March 12, 2016, 03:05 PM
To be fair here: Why do people have to go and protest in the rally of Donald Trump? The protesters should speak with their ballot and should not create unnecessary violence through protests/demonstrations.

brockley
March 12, 2016, 04:44 PM
If the same thing was done at a Clinton or Sanders rallies,they would be called,nazis,ultra right wwing nationalists,racists and sexists.

iDumb
March 12, 2016, 06:59 PM
If the same thing was done at a Clinton or Sanders rallies,they would be called,nazis,ultra right wwing nationalists,racists and sexists.

No I think you missed the point. The fact is there aren't any protesters in Clinton or Sanders rallies because they don't invoke those type of negative strong emotions in people. When people feel threatened about their basic rights being taken away, they will fight back.

Having said that I agree with bodrul. It is their rally and you can not go poop there, need to go to the ballot. There are reasons why police and security are there - then why does a Trump supporter have to take actions on his own? Going and punching the protester, calling racist names... You don't find this trend disturbing?

Let's not be naive. there are racist people, supremacist folks, people who feel their existence is threatened etc etc but USA has become a civil enough nation to have these things behind doors/private/contained somewhat but this guy is bringing them out...

Why does a poor white guy support republican? It doesn't make sense. If anything most of democratic polices help him. It is always convenient to blame all your ills on someone else - back in the days it was ppl from Europe, then it was blacks, now it's Mexicans, Muslims,. I think you have a lot of other problem if you are a white english speaking American citizen who feel an illegal immigrant who doesn't speak a word of english has taken your job.

When it comes to certain other high paying jobs, some ppl here aren't skilled enough. Mostly all American Universities have research facilities and enough resources in places that they attract the best minds from all over the world..the innovators and many of those are the ppl that are moving this country forward economically... think of all the non-america born founder of tech giants... google, yahoo etc. There is a reason why US happens to always come up with the destructive concepts that change the world. Back in the days it was immigrants who also helped put in places American infrastructure moving this country forward.

Anyways in the beginning, when people thought it was a publicity stunt for him to be running for president, I listened to some of this talks and he made some sense but then the guy comes with just too many other bad baggage/warning signs that you can not and should not ignore. But people are ignoring.

brockley
March 12, 2016, 09:15 PM
Look I don't support Trump,I support Rubio.
But if we going to have this for the next 12 months at every rally he does,things will get nasty and it won't be just Trumps' supporters fault.
I know what left wing supporter crowds are like in oz,and they include socialists,anarchists,rebel rowsers,criminals etc,mixed in with some good people.Left wing crowds can be very provocative,and if they can get the other side to react,then they have won the pr battle with the press.
But really their are some really low lifes mixed in these crowds.
What about black lives matters rallies where they end up looting stores and torching places.
Just saying it happens.
And its not always on the right wing.
You have looneyes on the left and right of parties.
I know because I come from a family that is involved in the labor party in Australia,and believe you me there are some low lives in the party believe you me.

aklemalp
March 12, 2016, 10:24 PM
Go Kasich!!#

#sarcasm

aklemalp
March 15, 2016, 08:20 AM
"You don't run a country like a television show." - Jerry Springer

aklemalp
March 15, 2016, 08:27 PM
Kasich wins his home state Ohio

Marco Rubio suspends his campaign..

Have a feeling he'll get behind Kasich.

bodrul
March 16, 2016, 12:44 AM
Feeling bad that Bernie is getting behind :( but still have that hope left, remember those days when chasing 300 BD would be 120/5 and still we would hope for win....kinda like that :(.

As for this evil lady Hillary, what can I say, keep winning, but mark my word, nothing will satisfy her and make the corrupt democratic establishment understand that people are tired of establishment politics except the well endowed sch**** hammering by the FASCIST Trump on November.

bodrul
March 16, 2016, 02:28 PM
http://www.salon.com/2016/03/16/our_nominee_is_a_disaster_time_may_be_running_out_ but_democrats_will_come_to_rue_clinton_over_sander s/

bodrul
March 18, 2016, 03:06 PM
Some cartoons

http://static2.politico.com/dims4/default/0d66ad0/2147483647/resize/1160x%3E/quality/90/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fstatic.politico.com%2F03%2F4a%2F 46073e664fac8fa6cd3f32550fc8%2F3-kevin-siers-charlotte-observe.jpg


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aklemalp
March 18, 2016, 09:32 PM
"Face! Meet palm! The media just doesn't get it that the only thing that keeps Trump alive is the media! Trump tweets, the media jumps on it, complaining. Have they never heard of "Don't feed the troll"?" -Michael Hocke

Best comment I've read all day.

bodrul
March 19, 2016, 01:33 PM
Low Energy Jeb, Little Marco, Lyin' Ted...can anyone guess what will be Trumpian adjective for Hillary?

Rifat
March 21, 2016, 07:17 AM
Bernie Sanders still in it....don't give up hope people.

brockley
March 21, 2016, 09:07 PM
Hillary still could get indicted so stay in it Bernie.

Rifat
March 24, 2016, 03:19 PM
Hillary and Trump are basically two sides of the same coin except Hillary has mastered public speech while Trump hasn't. If you really really knew what happened behind the scenes with Hillary, you would know that she is nowhere even close to being fit for president. The less said about Donald Trump the better.

brockley
March 24, 2016, 06:05 PM
You get what you vote for.

bodrul
March 25, 2016, 05:34 AM
Hillary and Trump are basically two sides of the same coin except Hillary has mastered public speech while Trump hasn't. If you really really knew what happened behind the scenes with Hillary, you would know that she is nowhere even close to being fit for president. The less said about Donald Trump the better.

Proof - two sides of same coin

http://s11.postimg.org/abrmdkacz/image.jpg

aklemalp
March 25, 2016, 04:11 PM
"Donald, you're a sniveling coward. Leave Heidi the hell alone."

--Ted Cruz

bodrul
March 26, 2016, 03:32 AM
"Donald, you're a sniveling coward. Leave Heidi the hell alone."

--Ted Cruz

Lyin' Ted cannot avoid responsibility when pro-Cruz superPAC releases an ad about Ms Trump.

Ted Cruz is the worst among all the candidates running.

bodrul
March 26, 2016, 03:36 AM
I do not know what adjective Trump comes up with for Hillary, but I hope it will be NO SHAME Hillary.

Night_wolf
March 26, 2016, 03:51 AM
Proof - two sides of same coin

http://s11.postimg.org/abrmdkacz/image.jpg

So USA will now have the same dilemma as we have in BD, BAL BNP two sides of the same coin

brockley
March 26, 2016, 05:50 AM
Both sides of the coin pretty damn bad,2 people who could win,no one trusts,what a connundrem?
2 corruptive forces,for bad.:facepalm:

Roey Haque
March 26, 2016, 09:06 AM
The President of USA has no power anymore. It is more of a ceremonial figurehead. And so the only thing it does is establish the brand of the country.

Hillary is a career politician, y'all know this, I don't have to preach to the choir. The brand she will disseminate will be so devoid of genuineness, it will turn people off for good. Everyone.

Trump on the other hand will shake things up. The ultra liberal Euro trash won't like him of course, who are always jealous about the freedom USA provides. But Asia,Africa and South America will respect him very much. I do not know about Australia.

brockley
March 26, 2016, 10:09 AM
I guess we survived Nixon,if we survived Nixon we can survive Trump.
On Clinton she will continue Obamas' work,real wages won't increase the property death that is will continue.
BTW I do think trump is dangerous.
I backed Rubio from the start and 2 the finish.
Lucky I'm not American.

inspyr9
March 26, 2016, 06:51 PM
Good to see Bernie win WA. I hope somehow he can win CA. It will be tough though.

Rifat
March 26, 2016, 10:23 PM
Good to see Bernie win WA. I hope somehow he can win CA. It will be tough though.

California and New York are the two biggest hurdles for Senator Senders. if he can somehow manage to win these two states then he will very likely secure nomination otherwise, it's an uphill battle.

bodrul
March 27, 2016, 09:40 AM
The President of USA has no power anymore. It is more of a ceremonial figurehead. And so the only thing it does is establish the brand of the country.

Trump on the other hand will shake things up.

US President has no power but Trump will shake things up? How?

And I agree that US Presidents cannot do meaningful things for their people because luntic GOP just obstructs everything. Obstructionism is against the spirit of check and balance, which the founding fathers intended.

Also Senators and Reps obstruct not because they do not understand what is right, but because they are completely sell out to money. Some start with good intention, but when you get a taste of millions, principles go out very easily.

Also it is not that US presidents genuinely want to do something for people. They don't. Republican Presidents openly support the rich in the forms of tax cuts, bail outs, and wars, whereas Democrats (they are center right, not progressives) do the same thing but sometimes throw a bone for public like Obamacare, low wage job creation etc.

If Bernie is elected, he will probably shake things up. I know he will face obstructionism, but at least he has an honest intention, and I hope he will shame GOP congressmen in public and bash them hard, unlike back-boneless Obama and Clinton, who give into their crazy demands in the name of bipartisanship.

bodrul
March 29, 2016, 09:44 AM
https://www.yahoo.com/politics/bernie-clooney-hillary-clinton-171452613.html

Ticket to dine with Bill and HIllary: $353,400

The guy who will throw $300K to dine with Hillary will only do so for the fun of it. Don't you dare think that Clinton's heart will sway a little bit to that generous donor - her heart will remain unnerved like Mountain Everest. If she is in office, and there are two phone calls - one from this donor and another from a random grandma from a village, Hillary will avoid the call of this donor and take the call of that grandma. Such a selfless heart, which does not move even after taking millions from donors, but rather shows the audacity to look at their eyes and take them down truly is the embodiment of democracy - of the people, for the people, and by the people.

#StopInsultingMyIntelligence

And when Bernie calls such fundraiser obscene, HIllary Camp says the following:

http://www.politico.com/blogs/2016-dem-primary-live-updates-and-results/2016/03/hillary-clinton-bernie-sanders-tone-debate-221328

#WhatALoser

bodrul
April 1, 2016, 03:23 PM
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aklemalp
April 2, 2016, 11:26 AM
Excerpt from the interview:

TRUMP: Are you Catholic?
MATTHEWS: Yes, I think ...
TRUMP: And how do you feel about the Catholic Church's position?
MATTHEWS: Well, I accept the teaching authority of my church on moral issues.
TRUMP: I know, but do you know their position on abortion?
MATTHEWS: Yes, I do.
TRUMP: And do you concur with the position?
MATTHEWS: I concur with their moral position but legally, I get to the question — here's my problem with it ...
(LAUGHTER)
TRUMP: No, no, but let me ask you: But what do you say about your church?
MATTHEWS: It's not funny.
TRUMP: Yes, it's really not funny. What do you say about your church? They're very, very strong.
MATTHEWS: They're allowed to — but the churches make their moral judgments, but you running for president of the United States will be chief executive of the United States. Do you believe ...
TRUMP: No, but ...
MATTHEWS: Do you believe in punishment for abortion, yes or no, as a principle?
TRUMP: The answer is that there has to be some form of punishment.
MATTHEWS: For the woman?
TRUMP: Yes, there has to be some form.



Journalists should take note. We need more Edward R. Murrows in the field of journalism, not those who are afraid to ask certain questions that will make the person think twice before answering. Chris Matthews was in Murrows' footsteps in that interview. In a nutshell, enough of the 'softball' questions...more questions on the issues. See how the candidate reacts, gauge them.

bodrul
April 4, 2016, 04:24 AM
If Hillary becomes the nominee, that will be the best thing for Trump. He loves punching bag. Little Marco, Low Energy Jeb, Lyin' Ted...don't what it will be for Hillary. She is now crying over Sander''s tone, will be fun to watch how she handles Trump.

http://www.bizpacreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/IMG_1712-e1429298407156.jpg

Didn't give up on Bernie yet. I think Bernie will beat Hillary.

aklemalp
April 5, 2016, 12:46 PM
There is talk of DOnald's former wife, Ivanka, advising him. Here's what she posted in the NY Post:

On immigration: "Who's going to vacuum our living rooms?"

Tausif
April 6, 2016, 11:33 AM
Bernie Sanders is gaining momentum and ground on Clinton after winning 6 states in a row. It'll be interesting if he can dig in and get some of those superdelegates to switch over to his side. He still might have a slight shot at winning the Democratic nomination.

bodrul
April 6, 2016, 02:33 PM
NY is almost do or die

Rifat
April 6, 2016, 04:13 PM
NY is almost do or die

New York, Pennsylvania and California if Sanders can grab all three, then he should have no problem securing the nomination.


sanders still has some catching up to do...this is far from being secure for him, but Alhamdulillah it's good to see some form of sanity prevailing in the american public.

No one else is close to being electable today apart from Sanders(and he is not perfect either) but he is miles ahead of everyone else...no let me correct myself, he is light years ahead LIGHT YEARS. He is the first presidential candidate to boycott AIPAC(and he is a Jew) this speaks volumes about his character and the issues he stands for.

He fought for civil rights movement when it was unpopular(he got arrested for it)....He voted against the Iraq war in 2003/2002.

brockley
April 6, 2016, 07:13 PM
I hope Sanders wins because Clinton must be 1 of the most corrupt polticians since Nixon to enter the race.
Trump is just dangerous.

Tausif
April 6, 2016, 08:05 PM
New York, Pennsylvania and California if Sanders can grab all three, then he should have no problem securing the nomination.


sanders still has some catching up to do...this is far from being secure for him, but Alhamdulillah it's good to see some form of sanity prevailing in the american public.

No one else is close to being electable today apart from Sanders(and he is not perfect either) but he is miles ahead of everyone else...no let me correct myself, he is light years ahead LIGHT YEARS. He is the first presidential candidate to boycott AIPAC(and he is a Jew) this speaks volumes about his character and the issues he stands for.

He fought for civil rights movement when it was unpopular(he got arrested for it)....He voted against the Iraq war in 2003/2002.

Nobody's perfect but there are so many things to like about Sanders. The key ones you mentioned as well as the college tuition fees reduction, Native Americans rights, global warming, clean energy and so many other things he vouches for. Haven't seen a candidate like him in years.

If he gets the nomination and gets elected, I think it'll be a good election after all.

bodrul
April 8, 2016, 08:38 AM
Lyin' Ted :lol:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0AV7eKBN4lY

Austin 3:!6
April 8, 2016, 09:46 AM
Hypothetical question but If I wish to apply for US Presidential candidate nex time, what do I need to do?

bodrul
April 8, 2016, 02:42 PM
Hypothetical question but If I wish to apply for US Presidential candidate nex time, what do I need to do?

First thing first: were you born on US soil or were you born in Canada like Lyin' Ted?

aklemalp
April 8, 2016, 02:47 PM
If Hillary becomes the nominee, that will be the best thing for Trump. He loves punching bag. Little Marco, Low Energy Jeb, Lyin' Ted...don't what it will be for Hillary. She is now crying over Sander''s tone, will be fun to watch how she handles Trump.

http://www.bizpacreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/IMG_1712-e1429298407156.jpg

Didn't give up on Bernie yet. I think Bernie will beat Hillary.

Donald drunk texting...:floor:

Austin 3:!6
April 8, 2016, 03:33 PM
First thing first: were you born on US soil or were you born in Canada like Lyin' Ted?
I was born in Ranchi, Jharkhand in India.

bodrul
April 10, 2016, 09:07 AM
Sanders foresaw Panama papers
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Lb6AQIT_ra0

anon4567
April 11, 2016, 04:12 AM
I normally don't have any interest in politics, outside of Australia, but the US is a special case. Presidency of the worlds largest economy has a huge global impact.

And the chances of Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton being elected really scare me. I am hoping Bernie Sanders secures the Democrat nomination.

What are his chances like right now? Is Hillary ahead of him at the moment?

Rifat
April 11, 2016, 02:11 PM
I normally don't have any interest in politics, outside of Australia, but the US is a special case. Presidency of the worlds largest economy has a huge global impact.

And the chances of Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton being elected really scare me. I am hoping Bernie Sanders secures the Democrat nomination.

What are his chances like right now? Is Hillary ahead of him at the moment?

He is the People's #1 choice but the System is against him just about at every friggin opportunity they see fit. What this election cycle and the age of free information and internet is proving is that the truth is being exposed for what it is. How corporations and media control every aspects of government and to a very large extent people's life choices and media is being exposed. There is not much to be hidden in the closet anymore. The political establishment parties are being exposed for who they really are, what they really do behind the scenes and how they do it...all of that is being exposed in broad daylight.... that's the number one reason why outsider candidates are doing so well.


Just about everybody in the American diaspora is sick and tired of establishment politics and Political Rhetoric.

Hillary is backed up by most Delegates, and Wall Street and the Establishment. This Election shall prove whether America is truly a democracy or not, do people really have a say? Does your vote really count? If Bernie is Elected then we can restore faith in some form of democracy, otherwise, it's all a game and the next president has already been predicted/planned out even before it happens by the super-rich influential elite...

aklemalp
April 11, 2016, 02:17 PM
Donald Trump is the Wikipedia in American politics-- saying things without credible sources

bodrul
April 11, 2016, 02:58 PM
"Having jobs, including jobs you would not have gotten if you hadn’t endured being one of Bill Clinton’s ladies, doesn’t mean you’re qualified. You need the skills, knowledge, and experience to do a job well. So if you’re hiring for the job of being embroiled in scandal, making bad decisions, and showcasing horrible judgment, yes, Hillary is qualified. To be president of the United States? Oh, hell no."

Read full article here:

http://thefederalist.com/2016/04/11/hillary-clinton-isnt-qualified-deal-with-it/

mufi_02
April 11, 2016, 04:11 PM
bodrul miya is so obsessed with Hillary/trump and us politics? bhai let it go. you live in mid east and in love with their rulers right? khejur khaiya khaiya sheikh der shathe mujra nach dekhen. eishob Hillary tilary sanders menders tension niya ki labh??

Night_wolf
April 11, 2016, 05:01 PM
bodrul miya is so obsessed with Hillary/trump and us politics? bhai let it go. you live in mid east and in love with their rulers right? khejur khaiya khaiya sheikh der shathe mujra nach dekhen. eishob Hillary tilary sanders menders tension niya ki labh??

unfortunately US president sudhu US er modhei nak golay na pura world e nak golay, so on paper US election hoileo aita asole world election where only US citizens can vote

Austin 3:!6
April 12, 2016, 07:39 AM
Loved the way Steve Austin trollled Donald Trump on Wrestlemania 23. Trump was scared of him. Why cant they make Stone cold steve Austin president of United states yaar? :facepalm:

USA will wipe out ISIS in a month once Austin becomes president :D

aklemalp
April 12, 2016, 08:06 AM
Donald Jr. and Ivanka wouldn't be voting because they missed the deadline for registering. Daddy said that they were unaware of the rules. But but daddy is the best at what he does, he could have told his children to register...

** they missed the deadline for registering for the new York primary.**

So -2 for Donald already :D

bodrul
April 12, 2016, 09:57 AM
bodrul miya is so obsessed with Hillary/trump and us politics? bhai let it go. you live in mid east and in love with their rulers right? khejur khaiya khaiya sheikh der shathe mujra nach dekhen. eishob Hillary tilary sanders menders tension niya ki labh??

Who has destabilized the Middle East? The US. They deposed Saddam, Asad (tried to), Gaddafi and created the power vacuum that gave rise to ISIS.

It was interventionist and neo-con world police US foreign policy which affect us.

That you have asked me to "khejur khaiya khaiya sheikh der shathe mujra nach dekhen" shows your class and probably I should never ever bother to reply people of your class.

mufi_02
April 12, 2016, 10:31 AM
^lol @ class. you are the one who makes of Hillary's looks, calls her ugly etc. and I subtly make fun of sheikhs and khejur and now I am of a particular class.

btw I am not Hillary supporter. I haven't even registered to vote as I couldn't care less. Just fascinated at your myopic worldview and an unhealthy obsession about Hillary and trump.

NoName
April 12, 2016, 02:22 PM
I'm confused, how did Clinton walk away with more delegates in Wyoming when Sanders got 54 % of the vote?

aklemalp
April 12, 2016, 04:22 PM
I'm confused, how did Clinton walk away with more delegates in Wyoming when Sanders got 54 % of the vote?

Super delegates:

Wyoming has four super delegates — party elites who are free to cast votes at the convention for whomever they want unbound from the will of their state’s voters. All four of Wyoming’s super delegates announced in January they intend to vote for Hillary Clinton. This means even though Sanders won the state by 12 points, Hillary actually has 11 delegates to 7 for Sanders.


Read More (http://dailycaller.com/2016/04/10/rigged-bernie-wins-wyoming-hillary-leaves-with-more-delegates/)

NoName
April 12, 2016, 05:52 PM
^ Lol the super-delegate stuff is bs

Banglatiger84
April 13, 2016, 02:27 AM
Who has destabilized the Middle East? The US. They deposed Saddam, Asad (tried to), Gaddafi and created the power vacuum that gave rise to ISIS.

.

Very true.

But the Saudis were more enthusiastic than the US in having Saddam and Gaddafi removed.

And till now, the Saudis hate Obama for not bombing Syria and removing Assad....

aklemalp
April 14, 2016, 10:39 PM
Bernie and Hillary trying their best to mimic their GOP counterparts.

American politics smh

bodrul
April 15, 2016, 08:46 AM
Bernie and Hillary trying their best to mimic their GOP counterparts.

American politics smh

I hope you have watched the debate. Of course Sanders was trying to be more aggressive, and he should be, and if he loses this race to Hillary, he will probably because he was not very aggressive from the very beginning. If I were running against Hillary, I would have shredded her into pieces and would have shamed her to a point where she would be crying publicly.

In my opinion, Sanders won the debate within first 30 minutes. He presented irrefutable arguments, and HIllary, having no way refute them, responded in the following usual cringe worthy ways:

(1) Starting with phrases like 'well', 'let me tell you'
(2) That shameless, weird, unsettling, awkward fake laugh hehehehehe. What does that laugh supposed to mean?
(3) Do not blame me for taking money from wall street/corporations. President Obama did it. So what if Obama did it? He was not a progressive president. He was a hawkish, center right, pro-corporate president who the progressives hate
(4) You question my judgement? Obama made me his secretary. What a pathetic logic.

A Sanders surrogate blurted the right phrase (which was a very bad word) to describe this evil lady. Of course for PC reasons, Sanders had to disavow :D >:)

She may win the Dem nomination, but presidency is out of her reach. When an unpopular person like Hillary is given the nomination, voter turn out will be record low, and when voter turn out is low, Dems always lose the white house. The world should be ready for Trump or Cruz presidency :sick::facepalm:

bodrul
April 15, 2016, 09:28 AM
Two more arguments Bernie should have brought:

First, when Hillary says that America cannot afford universal health care and free college education (and pro-corporate BC member idumb believes the same thing) and espouses the right wing argument that it will put a heavy burden on the budget, Sanders always refute the claim saying that other industrialized nations have done it. What Sanders needs to ask additionally is this: How can US afford trillions of dollars for Iraq war, interventions in Libya, Siriya, Africa, Afghanistan, and other endless wars, and yet cannot afford a few billion for healthcare and education? Even Bangladesh provides free college education.

Second, HIllary often says that radical change is not possible, rather incrementalism is more pragmatic. She argues that you have to stay within the system to change it. Sanders often cannot refute it strongly. He should put forward the success of his campaign to prove that you do not have to follow the system to change it. He did not take superPAC and corporate money and run a publicly financed campaign, and already proved that the revolutionary ideas can be realized.

aklemalp
April 15, 2016, 02:54 PM
I hope you have watched the debate. Of course Sanders was trying to be more aggressive, and he should be, and if he loses this race to Hillary, he will probably because he was not very aggressive from the very beginning. If I were running against Hillary, I

I decline to watch further after they startled to sound like the Republicans when they're debating...

bodrul
April 15, 2016, 04:33 PM
I decline to watch further after they startled to sound like the Republicans when they're debating...

Was the debate testy? Yes, as it was supposed to be. Did it sound like Rep debate? No. Unlike reps, there was no name calling, bragging about anatomy and so on.

Your analogy reminds me of the analogy provided by Hillary surrogates who paint Sanders as the Donald Trump of Democratic party.

aklemalp
April 15, 2016, 04:41 PM
Was the debate testy? Yes, as it was supposed to be. Did it sound like Rep debate? No. Unlike reps, there was no name calling, bragging about anatomy and so on.

Your analogy reminds me of the analogy provided by Hillary surrogates who paint Sanders as the Donald Trump of Democratic party.

To make it short...I wasn't interested in this debate at all...

aklemalp
April 19, 2016, 05:12 PM
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bodrul
April 20, 2016, 04:44 AM
:(:(:(:(

Jadukor
April 20, 2016, 05:30 AM
lmao@7-11! :lol:

aklemalp
April 20, 2016, 04:30 PM
Trumps blazes thru New York for the win, Kasich followed with second place...and poor Ted ended last..

bodrul
April 22, 2016, 09:53 AM
Trumps blazes thru New York for the win, Kasich followed with second place...and poor Ted ended last..

Lyin' Ted.

Few observations here:

01. Both for Kasich and Cruz, it is MATHEMATICALLY IMPOSSIBLE to catch the magic number, and yet never once a single media has asked them to drop out from the race. But for Bernie's reaching the pledged delegate mark, which at the moment is IMPROBABLE but not IMPOSSIBLE, every media from every direction is asking him to drop out.

02. Crooked Hillary and her camp proudly boast the fact that Donald Trump cannot win the general election because of his unfavorability rating, while conveniently forgetting that she is winning the primaries against Sanders despite her own high unfavorability rating.

Few interesting cartoons:

http://static2.politico.com/dims4/default/3b1ea74/2147483647/resize/1160x%3E/quality/90/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fstatic.politico.com%2Fc5%2F1c%2F 6b841bbc4bf38a6ef49bc8f5df39%2F2-tim-egan-deep-cover.jpg

http://static2.politico.com/dims4/default/2e3d52b/2147483647/resize/1160x%3E/quality/90/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fstatic.politico.com%2F60%2F32%2F 44d9ce194c3fbc5941a85405fcac%2F3-matt-davies-newsday-and-universal-uclick.jpg

http://static2.politico.com/dims4/default/18b143b/2147483647/resize/1160x%3E/quality/90/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fstatic.politico.com%2Ff5%2F7e%2F 1e890468423396a02a5036cc72e2%2Fsteve-sack-minneapolis-star-tribune.jpg

aklemalp
April 25, 2016, 01:27 PM
Kasich and Lying' Teddy are teaming up at Trump...Trump as usual is crying and whining like the little baby he is.

NoName
April 27, 2016, 02:38 AM
Bernie's fate sealed after last night

bodrul
April 27, 2016, 09:00 AM
Kasich and Lying' Teddy are teaming up at Trump...Trump as usual is crying and whining like the little baby he is.

Donald Trump walked the talk with a 5-0 whitewash.

What a humiliating experience for GOP establishment and NEVER TRUMP.

bodrul
April 27, 2016, 09:11 AM
Bernie's fate sealed after last night

Bernie will not be the nominee, but for the time being, let the establishment democrats enjoy their day dream with their queen Hillary.

aklemalp
April 27, 2016, 09:19 AM
Born on 3rd base and thinks he hit a triple....smh

aklemalp
April 28, 2016, 09:15 AM
Carly Carly Carly...Ted Cruz picks his vice president running mate...

bodrul
April 28, 2016, 11:33 AM
Carly Carly Carly...Ted Cruz picks his vice president running mate...

VP candidate for USA or some imaginary land?

Trump just has more ammunition: Lyin' Ted chose Loser Fiorina whom I had banished into oblivion.

aklemalp
April 28, 2016, 11:39 AM
VP candidate for USA or some imaginary land?

Trump just has more ammunition: Lyin' Ted chose Loser Fiorina whom I had banished into oblivion.

I have a question for you. Was Trump ever a loser in his lifetime?

bodrul
April 28, 2016, 12:27 PM
I have a question for you. Was Trump ever a loser in his lifetime?

It is pointless to discuss if he was successful in his business or life.

In this election, he indeed banished all the establishment heavyweights.

aklemalp
April 28, 2016, 01:16 PM
It is pointless to discuss if he was successful in his business or life.

In this election, he indeed banished all the establishment heavyweights.

No, it is critical to know if the guy was a loser in his life.

FYI, Cruz is not establishment. You've heard about the faction called the Tea Party, right?

aklemalp
April 28, 2016, 01:22 PM
Bodrul bro, since I'm no citizen of the US. My opinion has no value....regardless of the outcome of the election.

There's more than one way to pronounce tomato...that's what both of us are doing right now...

Fruitless. I'll end it right here

bodrul
April 28, 2016, 01:50 PM
Bodrul bro, since I'm no citizen of the US. My opinion has no value....regardless of the outcome of the election.

There's more than one way to pronounce tomato...that's what both of us are doing right now...

Fruitless. I'll end it right here

Same here. For me, its soap opera. Or like a cricket match, where you get joy either from supporting an underdog (Bernie here) or seeing the team you hate getting bashed (in cricket, it is India, in this election, it is Hillary).

Zeeshan
May 1, 2016, 01:12 AM
<iframe width="420" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZD9YvgTtQWE" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

bodrul
May 4, 2016, 04:42 AM
Trump is just an election away from being the leader of free world.

Unless Dems choose Bernie as their nominee, nothing will stop Trump. Pundits called him a laughing stock, but he has proved who the real laughing stock is.

bodrul
May 19, 2016, 02:56 PM
Debbie Wasserman Schultz - the ugliest woman of America - both inside and outside.

Tausif
May 30, 2016, 01:01 AM
Donald Trump pulls out of debate with Bernie Sanders :lol:

bodrul
May 30, 2016, 11:36 AM
Donald Trump pulls out of debate with Bernie Sanders :lol:

http://images.dailykos.com/images/223871/story_image/chicken_trump.jpg

http://dc360.4shared.com/img/OHVqEGQn/s7/14121bb9eb0/Donaldtrumpchicken-trump-tower

bodrul
May 30, 2016, 11:43 AM
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/07/61/7e/07617e93f1882a0cd295b47e251104a4.jpg

http://realfunny.net/uploads/hillary_clinton_cant_stop_lying_as_long_as_they_ke ep_asking._6439632251.jpg

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ciwj-xtXIAAiL1f.jpg

[EDIT]

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/29/90/e3/2990e30d4874aae9fc869481a6e34152.jpg

http://img.wonkette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/dsouza-hillary-liar.jpg

https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7685/16931388070_fd631847cf_b.jpg

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CG0wjQlUIAAtgd3.jpg

https://lexingtonlibertarian.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/hillary-6.jpg?w=585

http://www.bookwormroom.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Hillary-Clinton-elect-me.png

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/7b/43/d5/7b43d5a44ed4b234fd1ce2fa4b9cd750.jpg

[EDIT]


if Bernie is not the Dem nominee, wait for her be sch**nged by the following person:

https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/dotfeedback-images/a64b0855-98c3-4275-aa14-7e60ee3247a0

bodrul
June 1, 2016, 01:30 PM
The deletion of those two images certainly felt like pandering.

iDumb
June 17, 2016, 09:53 AM
this video fits in so many threads... Must watch... waht a young talent.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0khR11eRvfQ

Ajfar
June 18, 2016, 08:47 PM
If you have some time watch this C-SPAN video by one of my favorite up and coming comedian Hasan Minaj. He ripped Congress apart. Specially after the 10-12 minutes mark, they probably just wanted to kill him. It took a lot of guts for him to do this. It hit them all right in the face. You will know when you see the expression on their face. The ending was amazing. I figured I shared the video here, even though it doesn't necessarily have anything to do with the Presidential election except the part where he made fun of Clinton and Trump.


<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/NUymQKZqP6w" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

iDumb
June 18, 2016, 09:17 PM
Thanks Ajfar for sharing the video ...hasan minaj one of the few Muslims in media and overall who still got their backbone intact ...

It's alarming the loss of backbone of Muslims these days .... u see a lot of them in this website too.

These days online u find repulsive ppl abusing Islam or u find ppl on the other extreme brain washed by media talking and supporting a group being marginalized based on faith ...without fully grasping the repercussions of things ...

Occasionally u see ppl like minaj got the right balance and backbone ...kudos.

Ajfar
July 22, 2016, 09:21 AM
So what do you guys think after the Republican National Convention? All they did is make white people feel fear and hate Hilary. I think Trump will shove his way into the white house with his white america attitude. Hilary image is too tainted right now.

Sylheti_Beta
July 22, 2016, 09:39 AM
Trump is leading and like it or not has Latino's backing him up as well. Rational Latino's(Legal citizens) who despise the illegal immigration that's been orchestrated by the Democrats. Folks bearing the brunt of this influx have formed or support vigilante groups like Arizona Border Recon. Patience with Dems is running thin, with Hillary flapping about and Obama indulging in race baiting. The situation on the ground is grim for the Dems.

Hillary cant be trusted, she is slush with funds and cares two hoots for anything else other than greenbacks and anyone else other than herself.

There's a joke which did the rounds some time back, "Hillary cant fulfill her promises or satisfy your needs, ask Bill he knows !!"

mufi_02
July 22, 2016, 10:45 AM
^so is Trump leading the polls in latino votes now? and what do you mean by rational latinos?

tonmoy.dhaka
July 22, 2016, 12:17 PM
^so is Trump leading the polls in latino votes now? and what do you mean by rational latinos?

Trump has less latino support than even his predecessors (in losing cause)... Romney had around 27% latino votes.... Trump needs around 40% latino votes before he can even dream of winning the election (assuming he would have more than 65% white votes, which is just as unlikely).

mufi_02
July 22, 2016, 01:33 PM
Trump has less latino support than even his predecessors (in losing cause)... Romney had around 27% latino votes.... Trump needs around 40% latino votes before he can even dream of winning the election (assuming he would have more than 65% white votes, which is just as unlikely).

That's what I thought. So I don't know why he said trump has Latino votes. I thought maybe they released new poll numbers or something like that.

Ajfar
July 22, 2016, 02:40 PM
Trump has less latino support than even his predecessors (in losing cause)... Romney had around 27% latino votes.... Trump needs around 40% latino votes before he can even dream of winning the election (assuming he would have more than 65% white votes, which is just as unlikely).

I don't think that 65% vote is unlikely. Its not impossible. Everyone thought it was impossible Trump would get this far. With the recent terrorist activities and black lives matter movement, there are a lot of white people in those mid west states that are having the same feelings as the Brexit leave voters (we are losing our country). Trump is capable of beating Hilary. I'm afraid that there will be more violent attacks from now until November and Trump will keep playing the fear card to win the mid west.

Rifat
July 22, 2016, 03:08 PM
I am contemplating voting for Dr. Jill Stein...who is with me?

Rifat
July 22, 2016, 03:14 PM
If this Election season proved anything, it is as follows:

The establishment is a big fat joke(Both Republicans and Democrats)

The American public, both sides those with intellect and those with subpar intellect, do not trust the establishment. This is a war between the establishment vs. the non-establishment. I smell a civil war :(

tonoy
July 22, 2016, 03:38 PM
Rifat, you might as well just vote for Trump and save yourself all the trouble. Heck, you might as well install few hundred cc camera near your house and the mosque and other residences of fellow muslim.

Rifat
July 22, 2016, 03:49 PM
Rifat, you might as well just vote for Trump and save yourself all the trouble. Heck, you might as well install few hundred cc camera near your house and the mosque and other residences of fellow muslim.

Tonoy,

Is there room for me and my family in your apartment complex in canada beginning january 2017 E-)?

Joking aside, Most masjids in the United States already have cc camera installed and FBI so far has caught 0 (ZERO) terrorists using this method... in fact the funny thing is a few years back the Muslims reported an FBI informant pretending to be a terrorist back to the FBI. ooooh, the irony :lol:

I support constant monitoring of masjid by government officials and/or FBI/NSA etc... many of them might accept Islam after listening to beautiful live Quran recitation and powerful true inspirational speeches that goes on...they will at least get a true taste of what Islam really teaches instead of misinformation in media and that ISIS crap.

now, residences? I never support that. that will never happen because it violates several constitutional amendments and principles. Americans will not approve such thing regardless of that person's religious or racial affiliation. violates personal freedom and privacy.

Rifat
July 22, 2016, 03:55 PM
Correction: There is no such thing as Personal privacy anymore. ISP(Internet Service Provider), Google and Apple has all your information anyway i kid you not.(not a conspiracy theory do your research, folks)....


Follow the money and you will start to see what it really going on in the world today and whom really all these world events benefit ultimately. follow the money and you shall have your answer.

Shingara
July 23, 2016, 08:02 AM
Ami vuji na apnara shobai immigrant Americatey. To apnader eto matha betha keno USA'r election niye ? Bangaldesher election niye eto uttejito hoileyo vujtam!

tonmoy.dhaka
July 23, 2016, 09:36 AM
Ami vuji na apnara shobai immigrant Americatey. To apnader eto matha betha keno USA'r election niye ? Bangaldesher election niye eto uttejito hoileyo vujtam!

I have only been to America once for 7 days, amar tao matha betha... because the elected person is also technically the most powerful man on the planet... his policy can impact the millions associated with the garments industry of Bangladesh...

Anik SH
July 23, 2016, 11:17 AM
Tonoy,


I support constant monitoring of masjid by government officials and/or FBI/NSA etc... many of them might accept Islam after listening to beautiful live Quran recitation and powerful true inspirational speeches that goes on...they will at least get a true taste of what Islam really teaches instead of misinformation in media and that ISIS crap

.

Bhai, (most) Media tries to defend Islam. If you search Muslim and Terrorism you will find more articles trying to give a message that 'Muslims are not Terrorist'. That's alright.
And please don't say publishing ISIS reports means defaming Muslims. It's their duty to spread news.
By the way how bad America is, it treats muslims better than some muslim nation does to its minority people.

Ajfar
July 23, 2016, 02:31 PM
Ami vuji na apnara shobai immigrant Americatey. To apnader eto matha betha keno USA'r election niye ? Bangaldesher election niye eto uttejito hoileyo vujtam!

Because I have been living here for 15 years. This is my country too. I pay my taxes, it matters to me what decisions these elected officials will make as it will impact my life and my families directly.

NoName
July 23, 2016, 04:58 PM
The whole world pays attention to who will be the president of the most powerful and influential country in the planet.

Dilscoop
July 23, 2016, 10:40 PM
Please re-tittle this thread to " The 2016 WORLD Presidential Race" so people understand what's there to be matha-gorom about. We're literally voting whether we will have a WWIII or not! How bashi is that Shingara?

Here's the deal. Trump is hateable. But what's worse than a hateable clown? An unlikeable, unrelatable, insufferable, intolerable hag. When you hate something, you can just hate it, get over it and get on with your life. But when something is unlikeable and cringeworthy, it pisses you off, and you just want to destroy it. Hilary is not a likeable character. She needs to get her crap together. And she can get flustered very easily. I'm having nightmares about the debate. Trump will make her crap her pants.

DNC leak pissed off the Bernie fans even more and more of them will vote for the clown in spite. This is frustrating for people with no horse in this race.

When the world is ****ed up in a couple of years because of Trump, I'll not blame Trump. I'll blame the Dems for pushing out Bernie like that. He's the only one who can handle Biff H Tannen. If the world gets ****ed due to Hill, I'll blame GOP for not nominating a human. They'd have gotten all the swing votes and many dem votes if it was someone like Kasich or Lindsey Graham. I'll gladly take McCain or Romney now!

Dilscoop
July 23, 2016, 10:41 PM
Trump pulling out in 2012 was so clever. He knew he had no shot vs Obama! We could've dodge that bullet.

bodrul
July 26, 2016, 09:33 AM
Love it, hate it, admit it, or be in denial of it (like the pundits in sell out media), Donald Trump has mastered the art of Twitter like no one else. He may appear a fool, but majority of his tweets come right from the middle of the bat. Some of his recent tweets :D (all of them are classic Trump shots)

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Pocahontas bombed last night! Sad to watch.</p>&mdash; Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) <a href="https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/757919034755076096">July 26, 2016</a></blockquote>
<script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Why aren't the Democrats speaking about ISIS, bad trade deals, broken borders, police and law and order. The Republican Convention was great</p>&mdash; Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) <a href="https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/757918002339778560">July 26, 2016</a></blockquote>
<script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Bernie Sanders totally sold out to Crooked Hillary Clinton. All of that work, energy and money, and nothing to show for it! Waste of time.</p>&mdash; Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) <a href="https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/757777369272815617">July 26, 2016</a></blockquote>
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This one was gem:D
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Elizabeth Warren, often referred to as Pocahontas, just misrepresented me and spoke glowingly about Crooked Hillary, who she always hated!</p>&mdash; Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) <a href="https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/757775689525309440">July 26, 2016</a></blockquote>
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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Hillary was involved in the e-mail scandal because she is the only one with judgement so bad that such a thing could have happened!</p>&mdash; Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) <a href="https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/757546442240167936">July 25, 2016</a></blockquote>
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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">How much BAD JUDGEMENT was on display by the people in DNC in writing those really dumb e-mails, using even religion, against Bernie!</p>&mdash; Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) <a href="https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/757545252026712064">July 25, 2016</a></blockquote>
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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Watched Crooked Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine on 60 Minutes. No way they are going to fix America's problems. ISIS &amp; all others laughing!</p>&mdash; Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) <a href="https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/757364534873128960">July 24, 2016</a></blockquote>
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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">The highly neurotic Debbie Wasserman Schultz is angry that, after stealing and cheating her way to a Crooked Hillary victory, she's out!</p>&mdash; Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) <a href="https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/757343025983057922">July 24, 2016</a></blockquote>
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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Wow, President Obama's brother, Malik, just announced that he is voting for me. Was probably treated badly by president-like everybody else!</p>&mdash; Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) <a href="https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/757182723089895424">July 24, 2016</a></blockquote>
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bodrul
July 27, 2016, 02:36 AM
Anyone remembers Shahriar Mofeez? Doing khochakhoci, not sure about the location of his off stump, double minded about whether to play a shot or leave -- and ultimately getting out.

$Hillary is a candidate like mofeez. No vision why she is running. Too calculated. Scared of press conference. Fearful of tough question. No real political skill. Riding on his husband's presidency, name recognition, and DNC inside job. Full of arrogance. False sense of entitlement. No ability to provide logical answer or control media narrative. No real policy answer but dragging everything to protection of minority and platitudes like breaking the barrier and stronger together.

AWEFUL LIKE MOFEEZ! SAD TO WATCH!

And Donald is having the fun of life. He is running and enjoying. He has nothing to lose. He wants the presidency but he does not want it as miserably as $Hillary. He is playing like glory days Aftab Ahmed. Jodi laiggay jay. So far, he has been able to hit lots of boundaries. Hitting it HARD. No double mind.

ENTERTAINING!

bodrul
July 27, 2016, 02:46 PM
Donald Trump on Bill Clinton's speech at DNC:

“The story told by her husband last night, he left out the most interesting chapter, I won't get into that. The chapter that I really waited for because I was pretty boring, the chapter that I waited for, I never heard and he left it out.”

:goal:

Rifat
July 27, 2016, 10:46 PM
Dissapointed in Sanders and Elizabeth warren. People like them embracing Hillary for a potential vice presidential ticket is a big slap in face for the progessive movement. It contradicts what Sanders and Warren have been fighting for all along. Lesons learned for me: Never trust politicians...just vote for Pedro or Rifat ;)

Night_wolf
July 27, 2016, 11:37 PM
Well funny theory, but I cant find any point to argue with that!

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bodrul
July 28, 2016, 02:41 AM
Dissapointed in Sanders and Elizabeth warren. People like them embracing Hillary for a potential vice presidential ticket is a big slap in face for the progessive movement. It contradicts what Sanders and Warren have been fighting for all along. Lesons learned for me: Never trust politicians...just vote for Pedro or Rifat ;)

Actually, Sanders is not a sellout. He had the option of joining Jill Stein and run under the Green Party, but that would split the democratic vote and very likely hand over the election to Donald Trump. The probability of Sanders-Stein winning the election is very low, and Sanders, being the polite and principled man he is, certainly cannot take this chance when the US and the world is under the threat of Trump Presidency.

Also Sanders cares more about policy and less about the chair, unlike many politicians. By joining Clinton, he tried to achieve whatever progressive policy concessions he could achieve from $Hillary, although he knows in his heart that Clinton is a liar and will very likely not keep her promises. If I were Sanders, I would have threatened the Democratic Party that if nomination were not given to me, I would be joining Green. I would have placed the burden of saving US from a Trump presidency on the shoulder of $Hillary Clinton, and would have asked her to prove her patriotism through sacrificing her narcissistic dream of becoming the POTUS. Of course, Sanders is not a my way or high way type man, and despite being the most deserving politician to be the POTUS, he sacrificed. How I wish that he was a Muslim!

The real Traitor-In-Chief has been Liz Warren. She from the beginning feigned neutrality. She used to blast Trump on twitter, but the moment she refused to endorse Bernie, I knew she was a sellout. It is so easy to speak what you are against, but it is never easy to proclaim what you are for. If Warren had accepted Sanders' request and joined him during the primary as his VEEP or at least endorsed him before the Massachusetts primary, the duo probably would have defeated $Hillary.

But of course Clinton deluded her with the carrot of VP, and she sold out, and in return, she got the bamboo she deserved.

And finally, although Sander's sacrificed, it is very likely that Donald Trump will win the presidency in this environment of populism and anti-establishment. Cannot wait for Trump win and see the utter humiliation on the faces of BarackTheArrogantDrone-O-Bama, Billary, Debbie, and the delusional media.

NoName
July 28, 2016, 02:49 AM
What is there to be angry about over Sanders endorsing Hilary? Bernie, unlike his supporters, is looking at the bigger picture here; either rally support for Hilary (lesser of two evils) or give the presidency to Trump on a platter. Regardless we have, god-knows, many BernieBros that will vote for Trump out of spite, or not vote in the elections all together, and I'm not even counting the sane level-headed Democrat supporters who will also abstain due to their dislike of Hilary, and even more so for Trump.

Bad news is Republican supporters will either vote for Trump, even grudgingly, or not vote at all but they will never vote for Hilary unlike some BernieBros.

Dilscoop
July 28, 2016, 03:37 AM
Well, last night proved one thing. Obama and Joe are the coolest POTUS and VP ever and should continue on. #FourMoreYears! I'm so lucky to have been alive during Obama's terms! Thanks Obama!

Dissapointed in Sanders and Elizabeth warren. People like them embracing Hillary for a potential vice presidential ticket is a big slap in face for the progessive movement...
WTF are you talking about? Hillary already has a VP? And why would Bernie want to be a VP? He will continue to do his thing outside the office. Also, Bernie hates Hillary, more than Trump or anyone else, but he knows Hillary is the much lesser evil of the two. And as the hero, he's putting aside his pride and being team player and supporting Hill.

Dilscoop
July 28, 2016, 03:57 AM
I just think Hillary is too much of a granny to be a president. She can't even handle emails, how's she gonna run the country.

bodrul
July 28, 2016, 05:12 AM
What is there to be angry about over Sanders endorsing Hilary? Bernie, unlike his supporters, is looking at the bigger picture here; either rally support for Hilary (lesser of two evils) or give the presidency to Trump on a platter. Regardless we have, god-knows, many BernieBros that will vote for Trump out of spite, or not vote in the elections all together, and I'm not even counting the sane level-headed Democrat supporters who will also abstain due to their dislike of Hilary, and even more so for Trump.

Bad news is Republican supporters will either vote for Trump, even grudgingly, or not vote at all but they will never vote for Hilary unlike some BernieBros.

You are speaking as if BernieBros owe $Hillary their vote. They don’t. It was the job of $Hillary to earn their vote and she failed. Out of her arrogance, she showed middle finger to the progressives at every step and she has always acted IT IS HER TURN and she already has it in the bag.

And if $Hillary fails in November, which is very likely, BernieBros should not be blamed. Obama, $Hillary, Debbie, and DNC in general should take the blame. Just because you want the reality to be X, does not mean the reality is X. The reality is, $Hillary has overstayed her welcome at the national stage. She is a sell out to the corporations. She is a war hawk. She has bad judgment. She is a proven pathological liar. And that is why people rightfully do not like her.

Democrats willfully chose to deny this reality. In their denial, and in their arrogance, they have shoved down this ugly witch, assuming that public will gleefully swallow and believe that she is the most qualified for presidency. Now if people do not swallow and they will not swallow, Democrats will only have to blame themselves for insulting the intellect of people.

Obama has acted as if he is choosing his predecessor. The drama on the Democratic side felt like a Saudi King is choosing his predecessor, and not a republic choosing a president.

In politics, lesser of two evil may sell if the lesser of two evil can incite some excitement. Unfortunately, the greater evil is generating a lot of excitement and the lesser evil is horribly boring. No wonder people are for greater evil. Jeb (!) learned how people do not like same ol' in a hard way. One child left behind. $Hillary will learn the same lesson in an even harder way. Wait and watch #one-spouse-left-behind.

Dilscoop
July 29, 2016, 04:13 PM
Khizr Khan proved muslims are violent, dangerous creatures! The way he destroyed Trump in front of millions on live broadcast is inhuman! He even pulled out a weapon!!

I've watched his speech multiple times now. When the crowd cheers when he said, "We are patriotic American Muslim" melted my heart. And when he pulled out the constitution...ah! Just an amazing speech.

Joe Biden and Khan's speech were the most moving and goosebumpy speeches.

Dilscoop
July 29, 2016, 04:28 PM
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Go out and vote. Vote your conscious. Vote for our future.

Rifat
July 29, 2016, 04:53 PM
Well, last night proved one thing. Obama and Joe are the coolest POTUS and VP ever and should continue on. #FourMoreYears! I'm so lucky to have been alive during Obama's terms! Thanks Obama!


WTF are you talking about? Hillary already has a VP? And why would Bernie want to be a VP? He will continue to do his thing outside the office. Also, Bernie hates Hillary, more than Trump or anyone else, but he knows Hillary is the much lesser evil of the two. And as the hero, he's putting aside his pride and being team player and supporting Hill.


Elizabeth Warren and Bernie endorsed Hillary way before Tom Kaine was chosen for VP.

Rifat
July 29, 2016, 05:00 PM
I really Like Joe Biden. I would probably vote for him if he ran for president. He has a very decent personality.