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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Clinton-Trump Debate Tickets

This is "the souvenir ticket" that 350 Hofstra Universty students received:


Thus far, a spokesperson for the Commission on Presidential Debates will not say who printed this ticket and spelled HRC's first name as H-i-l-a-r-y.

31 comments:

  1. NEIL CAVUTO CALLS OUT LESTER HOLT, HILLARY CLiNTON, AND THE ENTIRE MAIN STREAM MEDIA AND ON REPEATING THE LIE, AND THE FALSE CLAIM THAT TRUMP WAS FOR THE IRAQ WAR, WHEN HE WAS NOT!

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  2. No matter what anyone says about the debate, including the expectations expressed by the media pundits and partisan organizations, it was pretty much Trump being Trump, interrupting, challenging, and dissembling; and Clinton being Clinton using progressive rhetoric, jabbing where appropriate, and using fact and figures to demonstrate her knowledge.
    Did anyone learn anything new? No! Did anything change? No!
    Hillary demonstrated physical stamina – but so did the great actor Yul Brenner in his last performance of the “King and I,” and immediately offstage was given oxygen and led away in a wheelchair. Hillary Clinton’s health issues still remain unexplored. Donald Trump continuously drank water during the debate whereas Hillary Clinton avoided any appearance of weakness.
    The greatest stalemate was Trump being challenged about his tax returns, and responded by challenging Clinton to produced her deleted emails.
    Funny, Trump attacked Hillary on her temperament while clearly demonstrating an aggressive demeanor.
    Hillary Clinton ended the debate with a sexist attack on Trump and Trump did not fire back with anything about her husband being a sexual predator and protecting him by attacking women viciously.
    Donald Trump was visibly unprepared for tonight's debate and it showed in terms of missed opportunities to attack Clinton as well as being unable to artfully sidestep issue landmines which Clinton threw in his path. Typical Trump -- believing he is "smart enough" to simply "wing it."
    Some of the missed opportunities: Benghazi, Clinton Foundation, Pay-for-Play, Cybersecurity and securing her own email server, and Muslim immigration.
    Nobody won the debate, but Americans lost – having to put up with these two seriously flawed candidates. Both spent more time talking about themselves and defending their actions rather than presenting a vision for America. Also, Trump was the ONLY one who walked through the "spin room" and spoke with reporters rather than simply putting surrogates out to tell your story.
    Where Trump failed: Trump did not counter the birther charges by asking why President Obama's team spent millions in legal fees fending off any challenge that would have allowed a court-appointed grandmaster to examine the original documents and report back to the court. Including documents related to foreign travel and possible foreign scholarships. Likewise, he did not mention that Hillary Clinton had a history of personal and political scandals and apparently has been given a pass by law enforcement and the mainstream media.
    Where Hillary failed: Clinton could have asked Trump if he would release his tax returns if the IRS granted him immunity.
    The bias Moderator Lester Holt did not include some very pertinent questions that would have favored Donald Trump. Question that everyone was waiting for but never asked. But he did seem to ask Trump some zingers!

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  3. Hillary brought up his personal comments towards women 6that happened many years ago and that was addressed ONLY to Rosie O'Donnell, what options does he have but to defend or explain that? He could have brought up her Husbands conduct towards women while he was President including the BJ from Monica!

    Trump could have brought up countless quotes from insiders how cruel and nasty Hillary was to her secret service men or body guards or hired help, but he did not.

    Trump could have spoken of her wild eyed videos, her incapacity to even stand up on her own, her B.S. explanation for a 9 month coughing jag being pneumonia but he did not.

    The media is totally in bed with the democrats and consequently this nation is way too focused on how Trump is being defensive than they are on what exactly was said last night about the most important national issues. They keep saying Trump does not deal in specifics ---- but Hillary does??? She is going to heal relations between blacks and cops and instill trust just by saying it? She is going to give free college education by saying it? She did not dare speak of the 20 trillion dollar debt as though that has no bearing.

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  4. Tens of thousands of Democrats hate Hillary Clinton. Scratch that. Millions upon millions of Americans see Hillary Clinton for what she is: a snake. She has done more to hurt this country than anyone else ever did, aside from Barrack Obama !
    Literally, no one trusts her, as I feel as well.

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  5. I apologize in advance for publishing the same comment I made at FreeThinke's, but this alone damns Hillary Clinton and James Comey. Even liberal legal analyst Jonathan Turley says the whole think stinks.

    The stench from Comey's blatant turd-world banana republic cronyism grows stronger every day:

    Jonathan Turley: FBI Undermined Hillary Investigation

    Comey needs to resign and apologize to the American people and to the good career professionals at the FBI. The Clintons pervert and corrupt everything they touch.

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  6. It makes the souvenir extra special.

    Spell check is not necessarily your friend.

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    1. One would think that the name "Hillary" would be in spell check. It's certainly in my spell check bank.

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    2. WIKI says:

      Hilary - meaning cheerful, happy

      Alternative spelling Hillary

      Related names Hillary, Hilleary, Hilarion

      Hilary, Hillary or Hilleary is a given and family name, derived from the Latin hilarius meaning "cheerful", from hilaris, "cheerful, merry" which comes from the Greek ἱλαρός (hilaros), "cheerful, merry," which in turn comes from ἵλαος (hilaos), "propitious, gracious."

      Ilaria is the popular Italian and Spanish feminine form, while Ilario is the Italian masculine one.

      Ilariana and Ylariana (/aɪˌlɑːriˈɑːnə/ eye-lah--ree-ah-nə) are two very rare feminine variants of the name.

      Another male form is Hilarion.

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  7. RATional Nationsl USA has really become Liberal Asswipe . I guess that hanging around with a Progressive Bitch is contagious.

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  8. I couldn't even manage a stroke on the keyboard today after the fiasco last night. The GOP pundits seem to think not so bad.... I thought Trump showed he had no interest in preparing for the debate. I doubt that will go over well with the independents. We shall see if he learned anything by the next one. The VP debate may be better. Pence the better candidate.

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    1. Pence is the real candidate just as Cheney was.

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    2. Wrong, Trump kicked her lying Ass.

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    3. Ducky, your confident contrary assertions never cease to sound ASININE.

      If you'd like people to take you more seriously, try cultivating at least a semblance of MODESTY, instead of snide CONDESCENSION.

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  9. Drumpf the Sniveler has consistently shown himself to be unprepared to discuss in depth any issue. He is a teleprompter man, get him away from the teleprompter and he goes _OFF_ message. He has only been good at "zingers" and he failed (without any one's help) on all levels.

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    1. What he exposed last night is that he has no message.

      Just a smorgasbord of failed neocon policies.
      Remains to find out how many fall for it.

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    2. Here's my point, Donny Duck ..
      if Hillary's 33,000 emails were all about yoga you'd think her ass wouldn't be two feet wide.

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    3. Ducky,
      Neocon? Hillary's the neocon candidate. Get your facts straight.

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    4. I call Hillary neoliberal. A Tony Blair "new labor" type.

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    5. My point is, all the neocons have gone to her side. She's good for at least two or three wars, bombings or military interventions. That's better than viagra for those types.

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  10. CLINTON RECEIVED DEBATE QUESTIONS WEEK BEFORE DEBATE, ACCORDING TO SOURCES

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  11. No matter what anyone says about the debate, including the expectations expressed by the media pundits and partisan organizations, it was pretty much Trump being Trump, interrupting, challenging, and dissembling; and Clinton being Clinton using progressive rhetoric, jabbing where appropriate, and using fact and figures to demonstrate her knowledge.
    Did anyone learn anything new? No! Did anything change? No!

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    1. Here's a great quote you might enjoy:

      "I felt like I was watching the political Titanic hit the iceberg, back up, and hit it again. Just for fun."
      --David French, National Review

      Even Bill Kristol admitted Trump got clocked,

      It was a bad night for the far right.

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    2. Duck,
      Ahem.

      David French and Bill Kristol hate Donald Trump.

      I wouldn't be surprised to learn that both of them are voting for Hillary Clinton.

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    3. I want know what the debate would have been like if someone opposed to Hillary Clinton becoming President had participated.

      Can we get a Mexican in here to teach Trump how to speak English?

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    4. Did I learn anything?
      Yeah, Trump is incoherent.

      "I have a son. He's 10 years old. He has computers. He is so good with these computers, it's unbelievable. The security aspect of cyber is very, very tough. And maybe it's hardly doable,"

      --- Donald J. Trump

      I can't translate.

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    5. "I can't translate," he quacked.

      Aha! PROOF that you suffer from a severe form of Cognitive Dissonance.

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  12. Those were printed by a Common Core printer. It's poetic justice.

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    1. Euripides,
      Common Core printer -- brilliant turn of phrase!

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