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If this shows what I think it shows (and it's leaning toward that) then Mueller is finished. There's no way that a dossier funded by an opponent can be used to get a wiretap. The media might be right. The 2016 election showed that the United States is a banana republic. Unfortunately for the media, the one holding that banana was a black man.
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The stem cell discussion is interesting as well. Muh fountain of eternal youth.
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lmao I'm a fukkin nobody in BFE and I smash better pussy than Aziz



YOU CANNOT ESCAPE THE MANLET CURSE :riffleraffle:
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Happenings confirmed




As JAIR posted above, Republicans want this thing declassified and made public immediately. Not a single Democrat voted to have it released to Congress.

Buckle up fam
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Opinion and fact in the media has been blurred for a long time (several decades at least) but it became obvious when Jon ((Stewart)) tried playing both sides of the fence with The Daily Show.  As a former shitlib I can assure you that anything Krugman says is instantly treated as gospel by the left and he knows it so he doesn't get to hide behind the "it's just my opinion, man!" excuse.
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To be fair to Krugman, that was just his guess being wrong.

I think the problem with Krugman wasn't that he was wrong, but that he was wrong while attempting to fear-monger voters and/or undercut Trump's victory.  It puts the credibility of his "predictions" in question because it makes it seem like they were motivated by politics, and not experience, data and thoughtful analysis.
Yeah, I guess. But it was clearly an opinion piece at all points.

Opinion: Kill your family for Satan

WOAH HEY HEY NOW THAT WAS JUST AN OPINION BIT HOW WAS I TO KNOW ANYONE WOULD BELIEVE IT?!?!?
Yeah, but it's not news.

I don't think you have been paying attention for the past 12 months.

One person writes and entire book that is an opinion piece with zero sources and it goes to #1 on the bestseller list. There is no line between opinion and fact anymore.
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To be fair to Krugman, that was just his guess being wrong.

I think the problem with Krugman wasn't that he was wrong, but that he was wrong while attempting to fear-monger voters and/or undercut Trump's victory.  It puts the credibility of his "predictions" in question because it makes it seem like they were motivated by politics, and not experience, data and thoughtful analysis.
Yeah, I guess. But it was clearly an opinion piece at all points.

Opinion: Kill your family for Satan

WOAH HEY HEY NOW THAT WAS JUST AN OPINION BIT HOW WAS I TO KNOW ANYONE WOULD BELIEVE IT?!?!?
Yeah, but it's not news.
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Did he use the wrong @ name? Because @HPSCI is a banned account.
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To be fair to Krugman, that was just his guess being wrong.

I think the problem with Krugman wasn't that he was wrong, but that he was wrong while attempting to fear-monger voters and/or undercut Trump's victory.  It puts the credibility of his "predictions" in question because it makes it seem like they were motivated by politics, and not experience, data and thoughtful analysis.
Yeah, I guess. But it was clearly an opinion piece at all points.

Opinion: Kill your family for Satan

WOAH HEY HEY NOW THAT WAS JUST AN OPINION BIT HOW WAS I TO KNOW ANYONE WOULD BELIEVE IT?!?!?
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To be fair to Krugman, that was just his guess being wrong.

I think the problem with Krugman wasn't that he was wrong, but that he was wrong while attempting to fear-monger voters and/or undercut Trump's victory.  It puts the credibility of his "predictions" in question because it makes it seem like they were motivated by politics, and not experience, data and thoughtful analysis.
Yeah, I guess. But it was clearly an opinion piece at all points.
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