Amazing how a rag mag founded on “the organ of no party or clique,” feels compelled to abuse for the 3rd time in its 159 year history and endorse a candidate and clearly on a different post if “Many civil servants expressed utter contempt for the citizens they served,” then it becomes understandable why the elites would feel the need to pontificate their own view onto ordinary people and more fool the ordinary people who have over the last 25 years become so utterly dependent on Government making decisions for them.
It is time that US Citizens grew a backbone and stop asking when and how high.....Then and only then will they regain control of politics something that Ronald Reagan said was the most scary thing to hear "I'm from the government and I'm here to help"
Livingston nh 22:06:16 GMT - 10/05/2016
CB - well Prez Clinton the First of his name did a great job w/ the Framework Agreement and maybe the Second of his name can do the same for Iran -- the actuarial odds of one of those two last night becoming President is better than the odds of a Fed hike over the next 4 years
dc CB 20:31:59 GMT - 10/05/2016
Livingston nh 19:45 GMT
....Iran are problems
But according to what was said during last nites DeBait, by Tim Kaine, Hillary and Obama have sucessfully put Iran into a cage and Iran is no longer a problem.
dc CB 19:58:18 GMT - 10/05/2016
For the third time since The Atlantic’s founding, the editors endorse a candidate for president. The case for Hillary Clinton.
In October of 1860, James Russell Lowell, the founding editor of The Atlantic, warned in these pages about the perishability of the great American democratic experiment if citizens (at the time, white, male citizens) were to cease taking seriously their franchise:
It's not Russia that is a flashpoint - N. Korea, China, Iran are problems
US and Russia use proxies - the other three don't know how
dc CB 18:49:45 GMT - 10/05/2016
Unfortunately the Neocons think that "we" can win a Hot War.
The idea of MAD...Mutually Assured Distruction - what kept the Cold War cold, is considered passee.
PAR18:32:35 GMT - 10/05/2016
The cold war revisited.
dc CB 18:21:05 GMT - 10/05/2016
The U.S. Army's chief of staff on Tuesday issued a stern warning to potential threats such as Russia and vowed the service will defeat any foe in ground combat.
"The strategic resolve of our nation, the United States, is being challenged and our alliances tested in ways that we haven't faced in many, many decades,"
"I want to be clear to those who wish to do us harm … the United States military -- despite all of our challenges, despite our [operational] tempo, despite everything we have been doing -- we will stop you and we will beat you harder than you have ever been beaten before. Make no mistake about that."
The Obama administration is moving to dismiss charges against an arms dealer it had accused of selling weapons that were destined for Libyan rebels.
Lawyers for the Justice Department on Monday filed a motion in federal court in Phoenix to drop the case against the arms dealer, an American named Marc Turi, whose lawyers also signed the motion.
The deal averts a trial that threatened to cast additional scrutiny on Hillary Clinton’s private emails as Secretary of State, and to expose reported Central Intelligence Agency attempts to arm rebels fighting Libyan leader Moammar Qadhafi.
Government lawyers were facing a Wednesday deadline to produce documents to Turi’s legal team, and the trial was officially set to begin on Election Day, although it likely would have been delayed by protracted disputes about classified information in the case.
Thanks AL. From an outsiders perspective the system sounds nuts. How they dismantle it and start again is beyond me but it doesn't look like Obama care is a success. Do the people on the street know it failed? I mean how can they not? Will this even impact on the election? Glad I don't have to vote for anyone.
If what happened to Gold today and Oil last week are anything to go by the volatility in the system is just getting greater. This next month is likely to be fun.
Dillon AL 15:58:45 GMT - 10/04/2016
IB let me as a Brit who chose to emigrate to the US try to shed a little light from my pov.
Re Obamacare and its (un)affordable health care act
Firstly my monthly premiums in CO would amount to at least $500 per month and with a deductible or in English terms an excess of a minimum of $3500. Something I have never understood since moving to the US is how insurance companies get away with offering insurance but not quite covering everything. Something that would never work in Europe. And the argument they offer is that car insurance comes with a deductible but they never seem to be able to square 500 car insurance with their exorbitant thousands payable up front because before you leave the hospital or even before being admitted you are taken to the payment window.
Secondly many insurance companies are withdrawing their offerings and this is leaving many US States with little choice for the so called consumer who additionally is looking at what has become the norm every year a 20% increase
Now here is an alternative in CO Amendment 69 proposes a state run health care system FREE for ALL. they estimate an increase in taxes of 25 bln vs 35 currently paid in premiums. And you should hear the shrill of the NO guys pounding the table on TV and at town hall meetings. To me the proposal is a no brainer. It brings precisely those that cannot afford and those that are sick and inform and in desperate of coverage on board paid for but the healthy who work. 0It worked in MA why is there such a backlash against it. Oh of course the powerful insurance lobbyists.
Fourthly Medicare and Medicaid are just a joke they offer just as little in terms as coverage again aimed at precisely those who need the cover most forcing additional purchase of insurance that still leaves one with a deductible.
The system could not be more screwed up when the answer of looking at Canada, Australia, Europe and the UK systems have all been rejected on he basis that insurance companies need their own never ending supply of drugs via premiums.
PS To show even more how screwed up the system is here is that until I become a citizen I cannot vote despite paying taxes BUT I can own as many weapons as I like
What Bill says is one thing whether he can persuade his wife is another. I doubt it but 0care needs completely revamping if not dismantling
Far our John but this is getting ridiculous. Did you see the NYT today? It was just beyond belief. Can that work? I mean will people read that stuff and vote as directed? I think not.
More to the point, if Bill Clinton is right about Obamacare (I have no idea I don't live in the U.S. and don't use the system) then you have a whole class of very pissed off people out there just waiting to vote the status quo out the window.
Very simple. The "elite", big business, the education industry, politicians, lobbyists, the media, etc., have a strong vested interest ($$$) in the status quo.
Paris ib 13:42:40 GMT - 10/04/2016
What makes the Clinton Presidency so important to a certain section of society? Why is the media doing this absolute job on Trump? What's the deal? Clinton, the war President? Is that it? It's so out of control now it really makes you wonder.... why the big deal here? The level of hysteria is beyond belief. The NYT (which is still coming till the subscription runs out) was totally unreadable. Honestly a joke election but now we have an absolute joke media as well.
LONDON SFH 13:34:55 GMT - 10/04/2016
She is good eh... Why attack him on it... idiot
Paris ib 13:32:38 GMT - 10/04/2016
"This weekend I got “shadowbanned” on Twitter.... Shadowbanning prevents my followers from seeing my tweets and replies.... Why did I get shadowbanned? Beats me. But it was probably because I asked people to tweet me examples of Clinton supporters being violent against peaceful Trump supporters in public. I got a lot of them. It was chilling."
Strategy: target anyone who does not support Clinton. Can this work?
"Well this is a little awkward. With the leaked 1995 Trump tax returns 'scandal' focused on the billionaire's yuuge "net operating loss" and how it might have 'legally' enabled him to pay no taxes for years, we now discover none other than Hillary Rodham Clinton utilized a $700,000 "loss" to avoid paying some taxes in 2015."
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