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bipartisan policies

Posted by treefrog @ 23:06 on October 7, 2016  

it is now apparent that donald and hillary share some important common ground.


they both letch after women.


Posted by redneckokie1 @ 23:02 on October 7, 2016  

reversal down today. Need some follow through next week.



Posted by ipso facto @ 21:09 on October 7, 2016  

I can grokk on that … Plains of Nazca and all that etc.

There’s no dog in the fight and even no fight at all. 🙂

ipso facto @ 16:49….What do I think??

Posted by silverngold @ 20:39 on October 7, 2016  

I try to keep an open mind on that kinda stuff but tend to agree with eeos on this one. Also I noticed that some of the video shows the craft turning (rotating) clockwise and some shows it turning counter clockwise so they must be playing it in reverse or something. However, on the subject of  ET’s, that is the only way I can see some of the great structures of the world could have been built. Had to be from the air or the stratosphere in order to obtain perfect alignment like many/most  do. I’ve got no dog in the ET fight. LOL!!!

Lets pray cooler heads prevail:

Posted by Auandag @ 20:34 on October 7, 2016  

Putin Has Given the United States an Ultimatum

Posted by Auandag @ 20:17 on October 7, 2016  


“The US must choose either to implement its threats and launch a nuclear war, or put up with the fact that this is no longer a unipolar world, and begin to behave accordingly.

We do not know what Washington will choose. There are enough ideologically-driven, stupid people in the American political establishment ready to immolate themselves in a nuclear fire together with the rest of humanity, rather than accept the end of US hegemony. They will have to choose, because the longer Washington pretends that nothing happened, the more its vassals (who are called allies but are actually dependents) will ignore American ambitions and defect to the new multipolar power.  “


This is cool. VS time we are a mote.

Posted by ipso facto @ 20:08 on October 7, 2016  

Tourist stumbles upon dinosaur footprints in the Bay of Fundy

Tourist stumbles upon dinosaur footprints in the Bay of Fundy

A Song Dedicated To Farmboy

Posted by commish @ 19:54 on October 7, 2016  

Mike Pence is a great guy

Posted by Richard640 @ 19:21 on October 7, 2016  

He reminds me of Mike Nomad in Steve Roper

GO TRUMP-!So we find out Trump talks like more than half the guys you know. That’s supposed to make me think he’s now less electable, not more?

Posted by Richard640 @ 19:15 on October 7, 2016  

So one hand a presidential candidate with a recidivist, cheating husband, on the other a married man who admits he wanted to have sex with a woman in a private setting.

Having said that, let’s leave the real debate to Twitter. These seemed to sum things up perfectly…

Lizzy @lizzie363
Trump talks like Bill Clinton acts but we are suppossed to condemn ones speech but overlook the others actions. #botharehorrific.

Louis Winthorpe III @LWinthorpe
So we find out Trump talks like more than half the guys you know. That’s supposed to make me think he’s now less electable, not more?
One thing is certain, family values arent the winner here.

Why don’t they just let Trump & Kiliary ask each other Questions-That would be much more interesting!

Posted by Auandag @ 18:58 on October 7, 2016  

Been Watching Mike Pence

Posted by commish @ 17:53 on October 7, 2016  

cnavl-zwgaaz1yu rally in Rossford Ohio. Must say he is one cool dude. Just a coincidence that he looks like Race Bannon.

Buygold @ 17:03

Posted by ipso facto @ 17:09 on October 7, 2016  

I’ll just say that there’s an awful lot we don’t know …

Good luck with your purchases! Hopefully the people beating us are about through and I’ll say: Welcome back China!

eeos @ 16:55

Posted by ipso facto @ 17:04 on October 7, 2016  

“batteries” That could be it. emoji_1f601

It’s really hard to tell with just that video clip. I do think aliens visit Earth but I’m just not sure that that ones a real UFO.

Where’s the guys neighbors? That thing was pretty spectacular in the sky, no one else caught it on their phone or anything?


Posted by Buygold @ 17:03 on October 7, 2016  

There’s  train of thought out there that the war in Iraq was in large part to destroy a lot of the evidence of the ancient alien presence on this planet.

Bought some NUGT at $11.90 and some JNUG at $10.35

God help us all. 🙂


Posted by ipso facto @ 17:00 on October 7, 2016  

The commercials sure did do a lot of covering. Seeing the numbers is a reminder of how short they still are. It’s amazing what unlimited funds will do for you …

Trump has been talking tough militarily too … but for the most part it’s pointed at ISIS. I love it that he doesn’t see Putin as the enemy! It’ll be a much safer world if he is elected and I’m with you, the American people are sooo tired of war in the ME. Enough is enough!

“I really think if Trump came out and asked Hitlery why she loves war so much and wants war with Russia ”

Great idea!

His battery ran out ipso

Posted by eeos @ 16:55 on October 7, 2016  

You’re onto something

silverngold @ 15:45

Posted by ipso facto @ 16:49 on October 7, 2016  

Beats me. What do you think of that one? emoji_1f601

It looks almost too cliché ish … 60’s Hollywood style?

How come the video didn’t show the UFO leaving? To watch it move off would have been informative.

Ipso – Good Luck

Posted by Buygold @ 15:46 on October 7, 2016  

Ad Block really worked well for me and I think someone else here.

Here’s the COT Report – Looks like the banks used this crushing as an opportunity to cover big


I haven’t heard how Pence walked back his rhetoric on Russia, but I’m glad he did. When I heard him trashing Putin in the debates and sounding like the typical Neocon warmonger I turned off the debate. I really think if Trump came out and asked Hitlery why she loves war so much and wants war with Russia it would go a long way with Bernie supporters. BTW – also mention how women now have to enter the draft and the risk to children and grandchildren. Our country is sick of war as is our military IMHO.


Posted by silverngold @ 15:45 on October 7, 2016  

CC cleaner nukes it all too

Posted by eeos @ 15:42 on October 7, 2016  

If you’re having troubles this is the best way to zap it.



Posted by ipso facto @ 15:38 on October 7, 2016  

“ad blocker”

Thanks I’ll look into that. This problem just started for me so maybe it’ll just go away … I hope!

As far as today’s action goes … it’s nice not to be clubbed like a baby seal …

Ipso / R640

Posted by Buygold @ 15:35 on October 7, 2016  

Just a suggestion but you might want to get a free download of Ad Blocker.

I could barely read zerohedge but now that and SGT Report have no problems.

I’m thinking about that NUGT trade. Seems like it might be time.

Let’s not start a nuclear war on account of some politician’s egos

Posted by ipso facto @ 15:27 on October 7, 2016  

ISIS, Not Russia, Is The Enemy In Syria

Tyler Durden’s picture

by Tyler Durden

Oct 7, 2016 2:10 PM

Submitted by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.org,

Denouncing Russian air strikes on Aleppo as “barbaric,” Mike Pence declared in Tuesday’s debate:

“The provocations by Russia need to be met with American strength. … The United States of America should be prepared to use military force, to strike military targets of Bashar Assad regime.”

John McCain went further:

“The U.S. … must issue an ultimatum to Mr. Assad — stop flying or lose your aircraft … If Russia continues its indiscriminate bombing, we should make clear that we will take steps to hold its aircraft at greater risk.”

Yet one gets the impression this is bluster and bluff.



Pence has walked his warnings back. And there are few echoes of McCain’s hawkishness. Even Hillary Clinton’s call for a “no-fly zone” has been muted.

The American people have no stomach for a new war in Syria.

Nor does it make sense to expand our enemies list in that bleeding and broken country — from ISIS and the al-Qaida-linked al-Nusra Front — to Syria’s armed forces, Russia, Iran and Hezbollah.

These last three have been battling to save Assad’s regime, because they see vital interests imperiled should it fall.

We have not plunged into Syria, because we have no vital interest at risk in Syria. We have lived with the Assads since Richard Nixon went to Damascus.

President Obama, who has four months left in office, is not going to intervene. And Congress, which has the sole power to declare war, has never authorized a war on Syria.

Obama would be committing an impeachable act if he started shooting down Russian or Syrian planes over Syrian territory. He might also be putting us on the escalator to World War III.

For Russia has moved its S-400 anti-aircraft system into Syria to its air base near Latakia, and its S-300 system to its naval base at Tartus.

As the rebels have no air force, that message is for us.

Russia is also moving its aircraft carrier, Admiral Kuznetsov, into the Med. Vladimir Putin is doubling down in Syria.

Last weekend, the Russian Foreign Ministry warned that U.S. attacks in Syria “will lead to terrible tectonic consequences not only on the territory of this country but also in the region on the whole.”

Translation: Attack Syria’s air force, and the war you Americans start could encompass the entire Middle East.

Last week, too, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs, Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford, warned that creating a “no-fly zone” in Syria could mean war — with Russia. Dunford’s crisp retort to Sen. Roger Wicker:

“Right now, senator, for us to control all of the airspace in Syria it would require us to go to war, against Syria and Russia. That’s a pretty fundamental decision that certainly I’m not going to make.”

And neither, thankfully, will Barack Obama.

So, where are we, and how did we get here?

Five years ago, Obama declared that Assad must step down. Ignoring him, Assad went all out to crush the rebels, both those we backed and the Islamist terrorists.

Obama then drew a “red line,” declaring that Assad’s use of chemical weapons would lead to U.S. strikes. But when Obama readied military action in 2013, Americans rose up and roared, “No!”

Reading the country right, Congress refused to authorize U.S. military action. Egg all over his face, Obama again backed down.

When Assad began losing the war, Putin stepped in to save his lone Arab ally, and swiftly reversed Assad’s fortunes.

Now, with 10,000 troops — Syrian, Iraqi Shiite militia, Hezbollah, Iranian Revolutionary Guard and Afghan mercenaries — poised to attack Aleppo, backed by Russian air power, Assad may be on the cusp of victory in the bloodiest and most decisive battle of the war.

Assad and his allies intend to end this war — by winning it.

For the U.S. to reverse his gains now, and effect his removal, would require the introduction of massive U.S. air power and U.S. troops, and congressional authorization for war in Syria.

The time has come to recognize and accept reality.

While the U.S. and its Turkish, Kurdish and Sunni allies, working with the Assad coalition of Russia, Hezbollah and the Iranians, can crush ISIS and al-Qaida in Syria, we cannot defeat the Assad coalition — not without risking a world war.

And Congress would never authorize such a war, nor would the American people sustain it.

As of today, there is no possibility that the rebels we back could defeat ISIS and the al-Nusra Front, let alone bring down Bashar Assad and run the Russians, Hezbollah, Iran and the Iraqi Shiite militias out of Syria.

Time to stop the killing, stop the carnage, stop the war and get the best terms for peace we can get. For continuing this war, when the prospects of victory are nil, raises its own question of morality.


And now for something different

Posted by ipso facto @ 14:50 on October 7, 2016  

Iraq’s transport minister declares country’s new airport will be built on the site of a 7,000-year-old alien interplanetary spaceship launcher

Iraq’s Transport Minister has claimed that the country’s new airport will be constructed on the site of an ancient spaceship launcher, which was built by aliens 7,000 years ago.

Speaking at a press conference to announce the construction of the new airport, Kazem Finjan said ‘ancient aliens’ had built earth’s first airport in Iraq 7,000 years ago.

Mr Finjan claimed that extraterrestrial beings had used the ancient airport, in Dhi Qar, southern Iraq, for interplanetary missions.

He even suggested that ancient spaceships launched from the site 5,000 years BC had discovered both Pluto and the mythical planet of Nibiru.

According to a according to a clip and translation posted Wednesday by the Middle East Media Research Institute, Mr Finjan told journalists: ‘The particularity of this place is that it remains the safest for the landing and takeoff of aircraft, due to favourable weather conditions.

cont. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3826663/Iraq-s-transport-minister-Kazem-Finjan-declares-country-s-new-airport-built-site-7-000-year-old-alien-interplanetary-spaceship-launcher.html

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