Politics Donald Trump unveils list of nominees to U.S. Supreme Court! That headline makes me want to throw up

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  1. tired

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    Donald Trump unveils list of 11 potential nominees to U.S. Supreme Court
    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/pol...-nominees-u-s-supreme-court-article-1.2641591


    that this douche bag snake oil salesman might get to decide who sits on the SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is vomit inducing At least for me!

    Donald Trump on Wednesday unveiled a list of 11 jurists he would consider nominating to the Supreme Court if he were elected the President.
     
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    What don't you like about Justice Don Willett? He seems like a righteous dude to me.
     
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    How is he a snake oil salesman?

    Keeping listening to those liberal media cucks
     
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    what the fuck. so a guy could be as despicable as can be, act towards people not as LUCKY as him in the most vile ways, spout of hatred, racism, but because he agrees with you politically it's all ok?

    isn't that exactly how Hitler was afforded so much power? so what if he wants to murder every Jew and plunge the world in to a world war at least he'll make Germany great again! those were the words. im not making them up. I will make germany great again, said Hitler. over and over again! just vote for me. dont worry about the particulars, sound familiar?

    I love this country more than I can even write here. I know what it is to desperately want to kiss the ground for being lucky enough to be back home and the fact that so many Americans are that angry that they cant for one minute stop and see the guy for what he is......
     
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    people are pissed off brah, hes electrifiying the pissed off white vote much the way Obama did the pissed off black vote. Hillary is failing to bring people to the polls so youre going to have to accept trump as your president. lifes a bitch, get a helmet
     
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    thats the point. how did we get here? how the fuck are these assholes all we have? this is the best America has to offer?
     
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    Gwarn1 Worlds poorest sugar daddy VIP

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    2 party system where the 2 parties are practically the same thing. Ive voted 3rd party numerous times and am ridiculed for throwing my vote away. whos laughing now? not me but Im sure somebody is
     
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    The Hitler + Trump comparisons are so tiresome
     
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    I dont get it? you dont see any similarity at all?

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    Examples of "Trumps racism" please?

    And isn't he only deporting illegal immigrants who have committed crimes?
     
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    Please, don't let facts get in the way of a good narrative:rolleyes:
     
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    JameGumb We're all out of toner!

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    Any good Texas Holdem tips???
     
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    I can see Trump rounding up millions and sending them to their deaths in concentration camps

    wait..maybe not
     
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    to leftist garbage, anybody to the right of obama is a nazi! :bigcry:
     
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    EXCLUSIVE Another limousine liberal unloads on Trump: Patricia Arquette claims he will bring back 'internment camps' in repeat of Japanese-Americans' WWII ordeal




    Patricia Arquette has launched an attack on Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, claiming that he would plunge the United States back into its days of internment camps.
    The Oscar-winning actress' comments on Saturday referred to Trump's vow to deport 11million undocumented immigrants living in the United States if he is voted in as president.
    She compared it to when tens of thousands of Japanese-Americans were interred during World War II.
    Arquette. 48, said that the nation 'cannot return to anything like' the Japanese internment camps and said that the country can do without the billionaire's brand of 'Make America Great Again'.
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    Arquette called internment camps 'not a great part of American history', and that returning 'to anything like that' would be 'a blight on the honor of America'
    When asked about Trump at a gala dinner on Saturday at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, she told Daily Mail Online: 'It is funny because we are here at MOCA.
    'Right next door is the Japanese American Museum where they have a building left from an internment camp from when Americans interned Japanese Americans.
    'And they cannot return to anything like that. It is such a blight on the honor of America. We don't need that kind of "Make America Great Again".
    'America is great. And that is not a great part of American history.'
    During World War II, in the wake of the attack on Pearl Harbor by Japan, President Franklin D Roosevelt ordered the internment of more than 110,000 people of Japanese ancestry who lived on the Pacific coast.
    Sixty-two per cent of the internees were US citizens and the move was later widely considered to be based on racism rather than any security risk posed by Japanese Americans.
    The episode is still seen widely as a stain on US history, and Boyhood star Arquette believes Trump is leading the country down a similar path.
    Asked if she would leave the country as other celebrities have vowed to do if Trump is voted into the White House, however, she said: 'I understand that sentiment, but someone is going to have to set up soup kitchens and help people.
    'So you are going to have to stay around and help everybody who is getting rounded up.'
    Arquette also said she fears that the United States could enter a new depression if Trump is elected president.
    She said the billionaire tycoon believes that US workers are paid too much, yet many people are 'struggling to feed their kids'. Arquette is estimated by Celebrity Net Worth to have a net worth of $24 million.
    'Trump said American workers are already paid too much,' she said. 'There's a lot of people that are struggling to feed their kids and they don't have enough money for one little emergency, one extra bill.
    'That would just be devastating. It would be like having the Depression all over again.'
    Arquette made her comments at the MOCA Annual Gala in Los Angeles on Saturday

    In the wake of the attack on Pearl Harbor by Japan, rumors spread across the United States of a plot among Japanese-Americans to sabotage the war effort.
    Because of the spreading rumors, the US Department of Treasury froze assets of citizens and immigrants who were born in Japan, and the Department of Justice arrested about 1,500 religious and community leaders who were seen as potential enemies, according to Britannica.
    US military commanders petitioned for Secretary of War Henry Stimson to intervene, and pressured the Roosevelt administration into removing more than 110,000 people of Japanese ancestry from the West Coast.
    President Franklin D Roosevelt then signed Executive Order 9066, which forced the thousands of people of Japanese ancestry - half of whom were children - to leave their homes and quit their jobs to move to camps in remote areas of the United States.
    It was there that they lived in squalid, communal cabins and did hard labor for $5 a day.
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    During World War II, in the wake of the attack on Pearl Harbor by Japan, President Franklin D Roosevelt ordered the deportation and incarceration of more than 110,000 people of Japanese ancestry who lived on the Pacific coast
    They were put into ten camps, located in: Amache, Colorado; Gila River, Arizona; Heart Mountain, Wyoming; Jerome, Arkansas; Manzanar, California; Minidoka, Idaho; Poston, Arizona; Rohwer, Arkansas; Topaz, Utah; and Tule Lake, California.
    Some died because they were unable to cope in the 100-degree Fahrenheit desert conditions and freezing nights.
    Sixty-two per cent of the internees were US citizens, while a third of those in the camps had been born in Japan and were not allowed to own land in some states or become naturalized US citizens, according History.com.
    The final internment camp wasn't closed until 1946. A 1948 law provided reimbursement for property losses for people who were held in the camps.
    It was not until 1988, however, that President Ronald Reagan and Congress apologized to those interned and awarded $20,000 restitution payments to each survivor of the camps.
    Sixty-two per cent of the internees were US citizens and the move was later widely considered to be based on racism rather than any security risk posed by Japanese Americans
    Arquette used her Oscar acceptance speech to voice concerns about wage inequality for women when she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2015 for her role in Boyhood.
    Speaking at Saturday's gala, Arquette said she believed her speech had 'probably' affected roles she had been offered since.
    Several other celebrities, including George Clooney and Lena Dunham, have also spoken out in opposition of Trump.
    Clooney, a steadfast Democrat who has helped raise millions for Hillary Clinton's campaign, spoke out against Donald Trump during a press conference at the Cannes Film Festival on Thursday, where he is promoting his new film Money Monster.
    'There's not going to be a President Donald Trump,' said Clooney, who held a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton last month in Los Angeles where tickets reportedly went for $353,400 per couple.
    'That's not going to happen. Fear is not going to be something that drives our country. We're not going to be scared of Muslims or immigrants or women. We're not actually afraid of anything.'
    Clooney previously spoke out against Trump at the Toronto Film Festival last September, and his comments about Mexicans, saying; 'Anyone who says intolerant words should be laughed at, and I think that's what history will do.'
    Dunham went so far to say she would leave the country if Trump is elected president.
    She said last month at the Matrix Awards that 'I know a lot of people have been threatening to do this, but I really will.'
    'I know a lovely place in Vancouver and I can get my work done from there,' she added.
    The star of HBO's Girls has been a vocal Hillary Clinton supporter, campaigning with the Democratic front-runner on several occasions.
    Cher, Eddie Griffin, Barry Diller, Al Sharpton, Jon Stewart, Samuel L Jackson and Omari Hardwick have all publicly discussed moving outside the United States if Trump wins.
    Arquette's comments on the real estate mogul came at the same event in which political artist Shepard Fairey, who designed the 'Obama Hope' campaign poster, questioned Trump and his policies. He said that if he were to create a similar campaign poster for Trump, it'd read 'Manifest Density'
    Arquette's comments on the real estate mogul came at the same event in which political artist Shepard Fairey, who designed the 'Obama Hope' campaign poster, questioned Trump and his policies.
     
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    So embarrassing
     
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    Only Three posts in and we're already invoking Godwin's law. Might be a new record.
     
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    Have you seen what the other choice is capable of?

    The trick with politics is the same as with magic... You have to look where they don't want you to look, and avoid looking where they're trying to focus your gaze.

    When reading (or watching) about politics, either assume that everything said about people is completely true, or completely false. You'll get a clear understanding of how things roughly stand...

    If you allow yourself to believe only the good things and ignore all the bad things about one candidate, then ignore all the good things and believe all the bad things about the other, you're not only ignorant, but you're also the living embodiment of those suckers we see in movies unwittingly falling for the bad guys antics.
     
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    Those scotus candidates are quite reasonable. Not overly liberal or conservative. Would be nice to have a moderate in there that doesn't vote in a bloc 90% of the time