Is Hillary fit enough to be the POTUS?

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We're opening a conversation on the state of Hillary Clinton's health. It's important. I'd like to know whether to clear my diary in anticipation of the forthcoming nuclear flash.

Of course Dr. Oli Rehn, Chief Medical Officer of Legoland has swooped in and announced via loudspeaker that old Hildog is as healthy as an ox that does yoga, ending any and all possible discussion one could ever, ever, ever have on the matter. So it's back to browsing Amazon to browse through the nuclear fall-out shelter section.
Another sucker for stupid election trash.
Give it a few months and you won't even remember that you spend your time looking at such shyte.
Bread and games to keep the slaves happy, I suppose.
 
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http://health.usnews.com/doctors/oladotun-okunola-54250

It appears the big black fellow has been identified. His job is to keep her from having a full seizure on stage.

It will be amazing if they can pull this off.
Did I just not tell you to come up with REAL arguments ? Instead you just come up with more lunacy.
Sorry- I apologize. You are just working for Trump and follow his slurry spreading agenda.
Nothing personal.
 
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Some of Clinton's more unsavory pals highlighted here.
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Hillary’s Neoconservatives


Posted By Michael Tracey

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The Hillary Clinton campaign has recently been trumpeting endorsements from neoconservatives. The candidate’s embrace of figures such as Robert Kagan, Max Boot, and Eliot Cohen—all once regarded as anathema to the contemporary left—has engendered a wave of pushback from progressive critics.
Jane Sanders, wife of Bernie, is the most recent high-profile objector, publicly expressing [1] queasiness about Clinton’s perceived allying with “architects of regime change.” Now, predictably, the pushback has been met with its own pushback, including from Brian Beutler of The New Republic [2], who cautions progressives not to fret.

“There is no evidence yet—none—that conservative figures with blemished records are rehabilitating their reputations by endorsing Clinton, or that Clinton is cozying up to new advisers, or that together they’re doing anything other than insuring against the risk of a Trump victory,” writes Beutler. Progressive skeptics of military interventionism, he posits, should take solace in the fact that despite her repeated entreaties to neoconservatives, Hillary has tangibly offered them and other bad actors “squat.” So there’s no reason, according to Beutler, to fear that they would exercise any meaningful influence in a Clinton administration. But this framing fundamentally misunderstands how neoconservatives customarily build networks and attain power.

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Test.Most important aspect about this election season thus far is the growing realisation that both parties are just the one group of puppets. The power behind the curtain does not care which puppet win as long as he is a puppet. The winner gets millions, plays golf and reads the teleprompter. All the way back to Kennedy who strayed off course and learned a hard lesson.
 
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Test.Most important aspect about this election season thus far is the growing realisation that both parties are just the one group of puppets. The power behind the curtain does not care which puppet win as long as he is a puppet. The winner gets millions, plays golf and reads the teleprompter. All the way back to Kennedy who strayed off course and learned a hard lesson.
very true, both candidates will wield no real power, that exists with those who are not elected and do not run for elections.
 

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very true, both candidates will wield no real power, that exists with those who are not elected and do not run for elections.
Unless of course if Trump is the real deal and not a controlled puppet. Then if he lived until 12.01 pm on Jan 20th 2017, it would be fascinating to watch
 
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More stuff on Clinton's caligulan misdeeds.

A Hot Month for Clinton’s Body Count

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by Gavin McInnes
August 15, 2016


Donald Trump threatened to kill Hillary Clinton last Tuesday. The Secret Service came to visit him and he’s looking at five years in prison. It’s all conjecture, of course, but that passes for cold, hard evidence this election and that’s because the whole thing is rigged. The media is completely in the tank for Hillary and they neither see, nor hear, nor speak of Hillary’s evil. Hey, guys, if you’re looking for murders, check out anyone who has ever crossed the Clintons. There are about 100 cases where some intern has slept with Bill or some lawyer knew too much or some investigator got too close and boom—he shoots himself in the back of the head at the top of a mountain at four in the morning.

The media cared about the sheer number of cases when 57 women said Bill Cosby raped them. If we brought the Hillary kill list down to 57, you’d be dealing with only the really, really spooky ones. Like the one last month where a DNC staffer, who may very well have supplied Julian Assange with the classified emails that brought massive embarrassment to the party, was shot in the back of the head in the middle of the night.
Seth Rich was talking to his girlfriend on the phone when a gunman came up behind him, shot him to death, and left without taking anything at all. Rich was in a nice neighborhood that I’m told hadn’t had a murder in six years. The Assange link got eye rolls from the left until he personally offered a $20K reward for any information leading to an arrest. A Dutch TV host pressed Julian on this and asked if it was a murder accusation directed at Hillary and the subject quickly died.

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The corporate heavyhitters bankrolling Hilary including some Fox bigwigs. James Murdoch apparently wants to turn Faux Nudes left-wards so as to be completely indistinguishable from the rest of the broadcasters.

Here’s a list of media companies who have donated to the Clinton Foundation slush fund

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Clinton Foundation records show NBC Universal, Turner Broadcasting and Thomson Reuters are among more than a dozen media outlets that have made contributions to the slush fund.

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$1,000,000-$5,000,000
Carlos Slim
Chairman & CEO of Telmex, largest New York Times shareholder
James Murdoch
Chief Operating Officer of 21st Century Fox
Newsmax Media
Florida-based conservative media network
Thomson Reuters
Owner of the Reuters news service
$500,000-$1,000,000
Google
News Corporation Foundation

Philanthropic arm of former Fox News parent company
$250,000-$500,000
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Publisher
Richard Mellon Scaife
Owner of Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
$100,000-$250,000
Abigail Disney
Documentary filmmaker
Bloomberg Philanthropies
Howard Stringer

Former CBS, CBS News and Sony executive
Intermountain West Communications Company
Local television affiliate owner (formerly Sunbelt Communications)
$50,000-$100,000
Bloomberg L.P.
Discovery Communications Inc.
George Stephanopoulos

ABC News chief anchor and chief political correspondent
Mort Zuckerman
Owner of New York Daily News and U.S. News & World Report
Time Warner Inc.
Owner of CNN parent company Turner Broadcasting
$25,000-$50,000
AOL
HBO
Hollywood Foreign Press Association

Presenters of the Golden Globe Awards
Viacom
$10,000-$25,000
Knight Foundation
Non-profit foundation dedicated to supporting journalism
Public Radio International
Turner Broadcasting

Parent company of CNN
Twitter
$5,000-$10,000
Comcast
Parent copmany of NBCUniversal
NBC Universal
Parent company of NBC News, MSNBC and CNBC
Public Broadcasting Service
$1,000-$5,000
Robert Allbritton
Owner of POLITICO
$250-$1,000
AOL Huffington Post Media Group
Hearst Corporation
Judy Woodruff

PBS Newshour co-anchor and managing editor
The Washington Post Company
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