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    You were the one that made the observation. Anyone who feels the need to go "over the top" with war talk is dangerous. I don't want her anywhere near the buttons.
    It was campaign rhetoric, necessary because a lot of people (men and women) don't think a woman should be President because she is too soft, or not smart enough. But the crack about hormones? You don't see anything wrong with that? It would be like me saying a man should be no where near the button with all that testosterone surging after talking to Putin. I know you're saying you afraid of her being President because you think she's a war monger, but it sure sounds more like you're saying she shouldn't be President because she's a woman. Maybe you should take hormones out of the discussion?

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    I doubt if she is man enough to do the job. Does she have the whiskers for it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Susan View Post
    It was campaign rhetoric, necessary because a lot of people (men and women) don't think a woman should be President because she is too soft, or not smart enough. But the crack about hormones? You don't see anything wrong with that? It would be like me saying a man should be no where near the button with all that testosterone surging after talking to Putin. I know you're saying you afraid of her being President because you think she's a war monger, but it sure sounds more like you're saying she shouldn't be President because she's a woman. Maybe you should take hormones out of the discussion?
    War rhetoric is never necessary, she is spoiling for a fight with Putin, what a nitwit!

    >>Maybe you should take hormones out of the discussion?

    I'm not PeeCee enough yet but I only made a comment, you made it part of the discussion, Stop it!

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    War rhetoric is never necessary, she is spoiling for a fight with Putin, what a nitwit!

    >>Maybe you should take hormones out of the discussion?

    I'm not PeeCee enough yet but I only made a comment, you made it part of the discussion, Stop it!
    I did NOT make hormones part of the discussion. I was explaining her RHETORIC! There is not a dimes worth of difference between the candidates stand on the military except perhaps for Rand Paul. As far as "PC" goes, there is PC and then there is just plain rude. Do I think people should be allowed to be rude? Of course! How else would I know who to avoid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikos View Post
    I doubt if she is man enough to do the job. Does she have the whiskers for it?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Susan View Post
    I did NOT make hormones part of the discussion. I was explaining her RHETORIC! There is not a dimes worth of difference between the candidates stand on the military except perhaps for Rand Paul. As far as "PC" goes, there is PC and then there is just plain rude. Do I think people should be allowed to be rude? Of course! How else would I know who to avoid?
    Actually Trump said he'd talk with Putin, Carly said she'd just throw a hissy fit and send war ships.

    >> There is not a dimes worth of difference between the candidates stand on the military except perhaps for Rand Paul.



    vs. crazy lady



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    And, from today's headlines: Mrs. Fiorina defends post-9/11 waterboarding and NSA surveillance. -- https://www.yahoo.com/politics/carly...015256041.html

    Amnesty International's response: “It’s outrageous for anybody to claim that torture was limited or that this is the way the U.S. should have conducted business after 9/11,” said Shah about Fiorina’s comments to Yahoo News. “This is completely rewriting the history of what happened.”

    Note that in 1947, the U.S. prosecuted a Japanese military officer, Yukio Asano, for war crimes, for waterboarding an American, and imprisoned him for 15 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by njtom View Post
    And, from today's headlines: Mrs. Fiorina defends post-9/11 waterboarding and NSA surveillance. -- https://www.yahoo.com/politics/carly...015256041.html

    Amnesty International's response: “It’s outrageous for anybody to claim that torture was limited or that this is the way the U.S. should have conducted business after 9/11,” said Shah about Fiorina’s comments to Yahoo News. “This is completely rewriting the history of what happened.”

    Note that in 1947, the U.S. prosecuted a Japanese military officer, Yukio Asano, for war crimes, for waterboarding an American, and imprisoned him for 15 years.
    Carly is McCain RINO, she actually worked for him in 08.

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