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16 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

He drives US Government and foreign state spending to businesses he owns, runs around the country campaigning but fails to pay the cities he visits for the security and other services his campaign uses. 

 

He's got his snout stuffed deep in the trough of public finances. 

That's the same for all politicians both sides of the aisle why spend millions for a job that pays less than$200.000 for a Congress person $400.000 for president

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16 hours ago, Benmart said:

The reverse could be said of your statement. I suppose time will tell whose version is more accurate. I don't adore any elected official, nor do I adore those who profess to assign labels of such adoration.

The problem with 'time will tell' is if the version is what I, the vast majority of scientists and any sane person knows is the likely outcome, there won't be an opportunity to wear an 'I told you so' tee shirt and gloat over the likes of you.

Again, I cannot see any issue with treating our environment and the planet in general with some respect and will constantly question an older generation who have rung the living hell out of it so far to the detriment of the younger generation. 

Giving up environmental protections in favour of big business is immoral and stupid.  And whether this is 'accurate' or not is just too big a gamble for us all to take.  

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15 hours ago, Fred white said:

Yeah I just saw on TV she's going to sail across the Atlantic of course she's going to have an enteroge of boats supporting and filming her so it's just a puplicity stunt

Have you ever sailed any distance in a light weight sailboat?belive me that will be no picnic she will have the crap rung out of her but she will be the better for it you go girl I’m behind you 100% we need to move towards renewables in a responsible way but make no mistake move we must and we need a administration to lead the way

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1 hour ago, Tug said:

Have you ever sailed any distance in a light weight sailboat?belive me that will be no picnic she will have the crap rung out of her but she will be the better for it you go girl I’m behind you 100% we need to move towards renewables in a responsible way but make no mistake move we must and we need a administration to lead the way

Her sailing long distance is a large accomplishment remember the 16 year old girl several years ago that was going to sail solo people were having fits about it she needed to be taken from her parents because they were bad. That's right she wasn't promoting a libaral agenda

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5 minutes ago, Fred white said:

Her sailing long distance is a large accomplishment remember the 16 year old girl several years ago that was going to sail solo people were having fits about it she needed to be taken from her parents because they were bad. That's right she wasn't promoting a libaral agenda

And it had nothing at all to do with the fact that her parents were allowing her to sail solo?  Because to your way of thinking apparently, the risk is more or less the same?

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5 minutes ago, bristolboy said:

And it had nothing at all to do with the fact that her parents were allowing her to sail solo?  Because to your way of thinking apparently, the risk is more or less the same?

Yes the risk is the same I think with the 16 year old her father was in another sail boat beside her but there was one before her that was 100 % solo I don't think she completed her trip. 

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On 8/14/2019 at 9:32 AM, Chomper Higgot said:

psssst..... It's not their money they are spending. 

That is one of the major problems with congress.

 

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I agree with her on this subject: 

"New York State Attorney General Letitia James speaks at a news conference to announce the filing of a federal lawsuit in partnership with at least 10 U.S. state attorneys general to stop a proposed $26 billion merger of mobile carriers Sprint and T-Mobile in New York, U.S., June 11, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Segar"

I had dealings with cell phone companies in the past, in an official Federal Government enforcement capacity.   They have all anti-consumer issues.  Some less and some more than others. 

Not so much with the alleged save the Earth lawsuit.  

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On 8/14/2019 at 8:08 AM, blazes said:

Yawwwwnnnnnn.   Another disaster gloomster....has this woman met the Swedish teeny-bopper - oh no, it must be the AOC, who wants us to eat grass in the dark if we are still alive in 2030....

You are the most misinformed and totally wrong member I've come across on Thai Visa. You clearly deny that we are poisoning this planet. Much like that idiot Trump, you think you know better than hundreds of scientists. In reality none of us need those scientists to know that something's wrong - do you not have a thermometer?

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On 8/14/2019 at 5:54 PM, Benmart said:

I suppose time will tell whose version is more accurate.

Yes. And the only thing that hangs in the balance is the survival of the human race. So lets do nothing, or gamble that the scientist are wrong and move in the opposite direction, and just wait and see. Good call going all-in on that bet...

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