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    Re: Can Trump Really Win the Presidency?

    Take out trump and brilliant in the same sentence and we are in 100% agreement. I'm in noway pro Russian but I do feel that NATO has mistaken glasnost and the Yelstin era as the coming of Russian...
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    Re: Can Trump Really Win the Presidency?

    Weakened them in what way that really matters. Despite the West's view that Putin's approval is low amongst his people, there have been countless objective and independent studies that suggest he may...
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    Re: Can Trump Really Win the Presidency?

    Yeah and the sanctions under the Treaty of Versailles were more than an empty threat by 1938. Blue font extremely in place here

    The point is sanctions are empty threats if you aren't willing to...
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    Re: Can Trump Really Win the Presidency?

    I agree to disagree on who historically has the right to Crimea

    I don't think Trump openly saying that he wishes to negotiate with Putin is anything more than stupid, but I really think these 90s...
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    Re: Can Trump Really Win the Presidency?

    No I didn't miss your point on uncle joe and the tartars, I just thought I explained it by saying it's been a Russian conquered/ annexed territory for 3/4ths of the time since 1783. I guess an...
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    It still has been a Russian province longer than an independent state since the time of the empire's annexation . We are only taking about 50 years of non Russian control since 1783. Thats like...
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    Re: Can Trump Really Win the Presidency?

    Technically Crimea is a historic Russian province, but Khrushchev gave it as a gift to Ukraine in the 60s. The region is 56% Russian and just 30% tartars. It's more of taking back a gift. So in a way...
  8. News Article: Re: Judge frees President Reagan's would-be killer Hinckley

    I don't think they would allow him less than 50ft near Hilliary.

    I know it's a part of the arrangement of not to make any contact with her, but I really wonder if Jodie is now going to be against...
  9. Re: Baltimore protests / riots (was: Orioles COO John Angelos offers perspective...)

    Honestly there is a part that I'm glad about it. It mainly revolves around that stupid DA, with DA meaning two different things, grandstanding in the midst of a really bad situation. She deserves an...
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    Re: What ordinary Arabas think of Daesh.

    When have they ever since the turn of the 20th century? Vietnam was more their fault than it was ours, and WWII as well.
    While Hitler did cross the line, the French and Brits did nothing.
  11. Re: DNC Convention: Upheaval, threats, and everything Clinton

    I think the problem with traveyon Martin and Michael brown is that is hard to defend them. Traveyon you might have a little wiggle room because Zimmerman is kinda of a jerk and a sleeze, but not much...
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    Re: Can Trump Really Win the Presidency?

    It really doesn't matter, the electoral college will ultimately vote on which person is less stupid. I know that sucks, and it's why a parliamentary representative democracy would be better in this...
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    Re: Can Trump Really Win the Presidency?

    But then again this goes back to my points of biases and absent of mass information of tyrants. Probably the biggest tyrannical states in Plato's times that the Athenians would have been aware of are...
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    Re: Can Trump Really Win the Presidency?

    But then again tyranny was not necessarily as negative of a term back when Plato was living as it is now. Tyrants were viewed as necessary instruments in creating societies, but when they outlived...
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    Re: Do we need to re-think NATO?

    Are you talking about a legitimate vote on annexation, or are you suggesting a vote never was dropped? Hitler did greatly influence the vote because there is not mass fair vote that ever results in...
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