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#95589 - zerositnator
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(10/14/2015) [-]
AND BERNIE WITH THE GUT SHOT
#95586 - kanadetenshi ONLINE
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(10/14/2015) [-]
Jim Webb is the Democrat version of Rand Paul.
#95588 to #95586 - zerositnator
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(10/14/2015) [-]
He is the strongest Democrat by far, plus he is a decorated veteran. Just no time to speak, but he us entertaining when he does.
#95595 to #95588 - youregaylol
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(10/14/2015) [-]
define decorated
#95603 to #95595 - zerositnator
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(10/14/2015) [-]
He fought in Vietnam, won numerous awards, promoted several times in the U.S. Navy and was a Marine. Retired and worked in the Pentagon for a time and led some offenses overseas.
#95610 to #95603 - youregaylol
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(10/14/2015) [-]
okay after a google search i got zip on this, are you bullshitting me on purpose or are you just extremely misinformed.
#95607 to #95603 - youregaylol
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(10/14/2015) [-]
He was in the Navy, yet also a marine?

Also I'm going to need a source, this sounds like a fabrication and is contradicted by wikipedia. I know that sourcing wiki is stretchy but I find their articles on major public figures somewhat reliable.

"During the 1960s and '70s Sanders was active in several peace and antiwar movements. He was a member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and the Student Peace Union while attending the University of Chicago. Sanders applied for conscientious objector status during the Vietnam War but his application was turned down, though by then he was too old to be drafted. Although he opposed the war, Sanders never placed any blame on those who fought and has been a strong supporter of veteran's benefits."

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernie_Sanders
#95611 to #95607 - zerositnator
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(10/14/2015) [-]
I've been tuning in and out of the debate a couple times and skimmed over his veteranship. I know he is a Vietnam vet, promoted to General, and served in the Marines. Sorry, I cant be assed to look up sources.
#95614 to #95611 - youregaylol
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(10/14/2015) [-]
No, he isn't. You don't know shit.
#95623 to #95614 - zerositnator
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(10/14/2015) [-]
OK yeah I was wrong. Not listening to Anderson Cooper anymore. He was in Vietnam as a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps. Promoted to first lieutenant and retired due to medical reasons. He won two Purple Hearts, bronze, silver, and gold bars while serving.

Again, sorry, I'm really tired.
#95627 to #95623 - youregaylol
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(10/14/2015) [-]
I highly doubt Cooper said that, gonna need a source.

Also he didn't serve anywhere, he's not a veteran and his campaign openly admits that.

abcnews.go.com/Politics/bernie-sanders-applied-conscientious-objector-status-vietnam-campaign/story?id=33434041

Again, is there a reason you're spreading bullshit or are you just really ignorant about the man you support.
#95628 to #95627 - zerositnator
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(10/14/2015) [-]
Dude I'm talking about Jim Webb.
#95633 to #95628 - youregaylol
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(10/14/2015) [-]
ah, i am retarded
#95636 to #95633 - zerositnator
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(10/14/2015) [-]
Lol don't beat yourself up bro
#95585 - kanadetenshi ONLINE
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(10/14/2015) [-]
Democrat debate so far.

- Sanders sounds like a rambling grandpa
- Clinton surprisingly throws the most punches
- O'Malley is a cunt
- Webb is the best Democrat, but not a good speaker
#95587 to #95585 - zerositnator
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(10/14/2015) [-]
Who is Chafee and why is he there?

Webb is really aggressive and isn't given a lot of time to speak. I want to hear more from him, honestly.

O'Malley's voice is annoying and he's pointing fingers because he hasnt done anything to be called out on.

Sanders is surprisingly silent, and his most viable stance is the opening 2 minutes. He doesn't seem to have a foreign plan, and seems weak on gun rights. Because of this, he is easy piclings to the debators.

I don't know why, but I feel like Hillary has barely gotten called out on when she honestly should have. Also, the questions don't even seem like they're even digging deep into her ideologies unlike the rest. I'm not conspiring anything, but she holds the advantage because she hasn't been dinged yet.
#95583 - pebar ONLINE
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(10/14/2015) [-]
I turned on the democrat debate just to see if there was anything worth be heard there wasn't and it wasn't on for even 2 minutes before someone mentioned inequality
#95617 to #95583 - anon
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(10/14/2015) [-]
If only we had some Regan fellatio and moderators who read out mean tweets.
#95584 to #95575 - ablueguy
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(10/14/2015) [-]
SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED
#95577 to #95575 - akkere
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(10/13/2015) [-]
Makes me wonder if the DSM isn't responsible for other misdiagnosis trends in psychiatry in the past.
DSM-5 has a more in depth summary on its wikipedia page
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DSM-5

As well as more defined points of critique
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DSM-5#Criticism
#95568 - pebar ONLINE
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(10/13/2015) [-]
I've found a new source of quotes that I like
#95569 to #95568 - pebar ONLINE
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(10/13/2015) [-]
#95564 - redandgreen
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(10/13/2015) [-]
Ben Carson. Anons think he's clever.

Dr. Ben Carson: Satan Invented The Big Bang Theory
#95556 - anon
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(10/13/2015) [-]
Fucking Tories
#95555 - kanadetenshi ONLINE
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(10/13/2015) [-]
So it's finally time for the Democrat Debate today, Hillary shills can no longer hide.

The candidates will be: Clinton, Sanders, O'Malley, Webb and Chafee.

Here's my thoughts on the candidates:

- Clinton is probably the most skilled and experienced debater of all of them, however she will be facing the toughest battle. She is fighting against negative media, dropping polls and four candidates who are staunchly anti-Hillary and are likely going to attack her record. One wrong step and it'll damage her.

- Sanders has probably the biggest advantage in this debate. More popular than the minor candidates and not faced with the bad reputation of Clinton. Plus with the fact that progressive/populist talking points are likely to dominate (BLM, Minimum Wage, Criminal reform, TPP) it'll show his strong points. His archilles heel however might be his inconsistent stance on gun rights which is likely to be discussed.

- O'Malley is a minor candidate but more popular than Chafee and Webb. O'Malley has the chance of making a sudden rise in the polls in this debate a la Fiorina. His strongest point is that he can portray himself as a more moderate mainstream Sanders especially on gun control but his biggest weakness is his questionable governor record especially regarding police brutality.

- Webb is the most conservative Democrat running, and this is what will likely make this debate very difficult for him. His most notable difference from other candidates is his pro-gun stance and with the recent mass shootings being a Democrat for gun rights is like suicide.

- Chafee is the worst polling candidate between the five and for a good reason. He's uncharismatic and has pretty much nothing whatsoever to make him stand out. His biggest attempt to stand out was being anti-war but it's no different from the anti-hillary candidates. His biggest selling point might be being a former Republican
#95563 to #95555 - mixednuts
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(10/13/2015) [-]
That's pretty much what I was figuring.

Bernie Sanders gets a chance to be heard by the mainstream Democratic base. Also since he differs with the other candidates on quite a few issues, he'll probably have a lot of focus on him. If he doesn't have any major gaffes, the night should go well for him.

Martin O'Malley will probably have a great breakout if he stays solid, especially if he can differentiate himself from Hillary in any way. I'd expect him to gain a lot from Biden supporters who are starting to cast doubt on him running.

If the Anybody but Hillary attitude persists, Jim Webb and Lincoln Chafee may be able to pick up some steam.
#95560 to #95555 - youregaylol
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(10/13/2015) [-]
I can never watch democratic primary debates, I remember during last years election cycle I looked at the crowd and they were all exactly what you'd expect from the democratic voter base, and they would all scream and clap at every stupid talking point the candidates vomited out. Meanwhile I was waiting for someone to call them out on bullshit but none of them did and that was the worst torture.

It's like a cringe challenge for me.
#95562 to #95560 - anon
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(10/13/2015) [-]
That's how I felt watching the Republicans go after planned parenthood. Not to mention that the CNN moderators were abysmal and encouraged slapfighting.
#95561 to #95560 - redandgreen
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(10/13/2015) [-]
I feel like that watching all of the debates.
#95557 to #95555 - enlightednatzie
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(10/13/2015) [-]
Wait a sec, do you guys have debaties between politicians whithin the same party?
#95559 to #95557 - pebar ONLINE
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(10/13/2015) [-]
for the primaries, yes.
that's how we figure out who the 2 presidential candidates will be
#95536 - dehumanizer
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(10/13/2015) [-]
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#95539 to #95536 - enlightednatzie
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(10/13/2015) [-]
Such an abstract message to the goverment man! Fuck the system, viva la cornholio!
#95535 - pebar ONLINE
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(10/13/2015) [-]
To remain consistent, y'all nat soc must also support zionism and black nationalism.

That's where the "white genocide is the opposite of diversity" or whatever comes from
so it must follow then that different people also have their own groups
#95537 to #95535 - anon
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(10/13/2015) [-]
except jews arent a real race scholomo

as for black nationalism, sure yeah in africa why not?

Any type of american nationalism is a meme too.

-t. dehuminizer
#95534 - pebar ONLINE
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(10/13/2015) [-]
#95532 - Zaxplab
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(10/13/2015) [-]
so, where will you guys be when the Marijuana probation ends?
#95533 to #95532 - Zaxplab
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(10/13/2015) [-]
*prohibition
#95511 - drastronomy
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(10/12/2015) [-]
I met someone who actually thought communism would work and that the only reason it is not the system right now is because white males are preventing it from happening.
She did not know china was communist until i told her so.
God damnit i hate normies. Why the fuck do these peoples votes count as much is mine do?

On a related note, how about we made a scantron-test on the backside of each ballot, quizzing the voter on facts regarding economics, sociology, science, education, etc, and then use the % as a proportion of 1 vote?
#95530 to #95511 - akkere
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(10/13/2015) [-]
Voting based on testing can be flawed for a number of reasons;
1. For every given nationalized test, there is the requirement to define arbitrary fields the test will expound upon (see; the SAT, ACT, AP, and IB examinations). These fields will be covered on with numerous books and guides that are sold or demonstrated through pay-for-tutoring programs, the majority of which teach you how to get the highest score based on method of taking the test due to its design, rather than learning the full context behind the information. This in turn means that whoever has the most money to access these resources will be more likely to have the higher score, which isn't complimentary to the belief of a equal opportunity.
2. Deciding the test format. Mathematics is not a field that's favorably covered via scantron, but rather open-ended format, to demonstrate knowledge of exacting at least some of the necessary methods to solve a problem instead of being totally disadvantaged for not recalling one part of the method (knowing a method but forgetting how to translate a trigonometric identity, for instance).
3. Relying on the education of the public schooling system. This is ultimately the main driving factor to such an idea. You can't include fields that aren't covered in every single school. Not every school is funded the same way; some have more money and therefore more opportunities for learning than others. Should one populace's voting power be drastically less than others due to lack of funding - a factor that is easily manipulated from a politician that knows how to play the demographics? In my senior year of high school, I was able to go to a sociology class only because one teacher had pushed for it, and he was also a coach and a history teacher, and he also was in charge of the AP US History and AP English Language Composition. My senior year was the first year that those two classes existed; had I been born a year earlier, I would only be able to complete two AP classes (Chemistry and Physics) with college credits instead of four + sociology (which did not come with college credits regardless). Meanwhile, there are town districts around that have even more funding and even more AP class options and opportunities for a headstart in university.

The main idea is that a nation-wide voting test is greatly hampered by the aspect of a opportunity inequality. Schools that are more funded will likely correlate have stronger voting power populaces. Schools with less funding will correlate the reverse. If you make the test stupidly simple that anyone can succeed, then you end up creating a complicated process of assigning testing locations, scheduling, grading processes, and printing and all the money it costs, for nothing.
#95526 to #95511 - Shiny
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(10/13/2015) [-]
It's one thing to be uninformed and ignorant, but to be arrogantly stupid is taught. Identity politics are an ideal thought terminating cliche.
#95515 to #95511 - redandgreen
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(10/12/2015) [-]
China isn't communist.
#95520 to #95515 - jewishcommunazi
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(10/12/2015) [-]
That's because there was never communism. It is a socialist state though.
#95521 to #95520 - redandgreen
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(10/12/2015) [-]
Communism exists in kibbutz. China is, I guess, following a state capitalist model rather than socialism.
#95523 to #95521 - jewishcommunazi
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(10/12/2015) [-]
If you consider small scale communes reliant on the outside world as communism. But by that definition, there is communism in China too, although just in one village. www.theatlantic.com/photo/2012/10/the-last-maoist-village-in-china/100378/
Although several economic reforms happened and are still happening all over China, I don't think the class character of the state has changed significatively. And economy-wise, 5 year plans are a very big part of the chinese economy.
#95517 to #95515 - pebar ONLINE
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(10/12/2015) [-]
if you ask the chinese government, they will say they're communist
#95518 to #95517 - redandgreen
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(10/12/2015) [-]
OK, and if you know what communism is, you'll say they're not communist.
#95519 to #95518 - pebar ONLINE
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(10/12/2015) [-]
I'm aware. If they're were communist, they'd still e eating grass.
#95514 to #95511 - pebar ONLINE
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(10/12/2015) [-]
As much as I wish voters would be educated, the test would obviously be skewed to one side, as all tests are.
And leftists would inevitably throw a bitchfit.
#95524 to #95514 - Shiny
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(10/13/2015) [-]
Explain the second sentence?
#95527 to #95524 - pebar ONLINE
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(10/13/2015) [-]
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Literacy_test#Voting
similar tests have a history in the civil rights movement
#95528 to #95527 - Shiny
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(10/13/2015) [-]
I don't think you need to be a leftist to understand why these are not looked upon fondly.

If you want less people to vote to get what you want, you don't actually believe in democracy.
#95512 to #95511 - enlightednatzie
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(10/12/2015) [-]
Fun fact: North korea isnt communist anymore. They have invented a new system where kim il sung is the eternal leader so they are totally not comunists anymore.

Another fun fact: There's only one(!) country between norway and north korea, can you guess which?
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#95487 - enlightednatzie
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(10/12/2015) [-]
Btw where are all the ukranian refugees? Why are we forced to take in hordes of smelly fucking aids riddeled shtsmelling muzzie rape machines? Can someone explain that to me? The only thing these godamn refugees should get for free by the government is a godamn bullet to the head tbh.
#95538 to #95487 - dehumanizer
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(10/13/2015) [-]
they are white so they arent allowed in
#95510 to #95487 - mixednuts
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(10/12/2015) [-]
Like it's been said, many Ukrainian refugees are in Russia or internally displaced. Quite a few Crimean Tartars fled to mainland Ukraine after the Russian annexation. And some who are Pro-Euromaidan in the East have fled to Western Ukraine.

You can't really compare the two. Ukraine is a far larger country than Syria and much of the fighting is contained to one region with a sympathetic country right across the border.
#95498 to #95487 - alimais
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(10/12/2015) [-]
Most of them fled to Russia or other parts of the Ukraine
#95500 to #95498 - enlightednatzie
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(10/12/2015) [-]
Sheiit. Now i have to go to russia to buy find an ukrainian wife
#95488 to #95487 - pebar ONLINE
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(10/12/2015) [-]
why would their be refugees?
I'm pretty sure it's nowhere near as violent as Syria
#95499 to #95488 - alimais
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(10/12/2015) [-]
The Ukraine war was pretty brutal cities were regularly shelled by artillery, air strikes and so on
#95501 to #95499 - pebar ONLINE
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(10/12/2015) [-]
still nowhere near as bad as Syria
just looking at death tolls, Syria is around 30x worse
#95503 to #95501 - alimais
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(10/12/2015) [-]
You are right but still there are 1.35 Million internal refugees and 900 000 refugees in neighboring countries
#95506 to #95503 - anon
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(10/12/2015) [-]
You just don't hear about them in the media cuz they don't act like a swarm of welfare-feeding locusts.
#95489 to #95488 - enlightednatzie
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(10/12/2015) [-]
Because russians attacked them, besides most refugees arent from syria anyway, just a bunch of lazy niggers in apefrica wanting to leech of the welfare system.
#95490 to #95489 - pebar ONLINE
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(10/12/2015) [-]
If you're referring to the Crimean incident, from what I understand, a lot of the people in Crimea were pro-russian
#95491 to #95490 - enlightednatzie
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(10/12/2015) [-]
Then what the hell did they fight about? There was huge riots and a fucking war that lasted over a year. But i have heard some white people speking slavic languages so i guess that we have taken in a few of em.
#95492 to #95491 - pebar ONLINE
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(10/12/2015) [-]
I imagine it's because mainland Ukraine was very upset about losing a large chunk of land
#95493 to #95492 - enlightednatzie
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(10/12/2015) [-]
Oh yeah, totally forgot about that lol.
#95478 - anon
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(10/12/2015) [-]
Anyone have any citations on the statistics on civilian use of guns saving lives? Or just gun control stats in general? I need some credible sources.
#95477 - anon
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(10/12/2015) [-]
#95473 - enlightednatzie
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(10/11/2015) [-]
Share your thoughts about sweden.