Discussion in 'Reviews' started by peacefan, Aug 16, 2018.
Today's talking point...
That has got to be one of the most ludicrous and funniest stories, filled with fantasy I have ever seen!
Well I hope the book gets fact checked by Mueller.
Craig Unger and Michael Moore work together to create fantastical fiction. He’d be wasting even more time. Sad you fall for it.
I've seen Trump proven a liar far too often not to take this seriously.
What's a little worrisome is how aggressively supportive people some people still are towards him.
his previous best seller was House of Bush, House of Saud.
I sense a pattern
Yep. He worked on Fahrenheit 9/11, too. Lol
well were the writer's claims back then *proven* wrong in the end, or were they just swept under the rug with the usual retarded republican debating strategies?
What's with this fascination with Russia anyway? I mean what real threat are they? According to WIKI (I know, not exactly an international politics expert site) Russia's economy is number 12 in the world, behind South Korea! They are better on the military at number 2 though, so we should take them seriously. However, their economy is closely linked to oil prices in recent years, so since Texas is the number 3 producer of oil in the world, it wouldn't seem too far fetched to think that we could cripple their economy with a substantial upswing in production, thereby lessening their real military capabilities. That is of course ignoring the impact such a move would have outside of that which I stated.
On the other hand we have China. Number 2 economically, and number 3 militarily. Humm, seems that maybe we should be more concerned with the activities of China. That is not to say we should ignore Russia, let's just wait and see what REAL FACTS surface before we enter into another "Red Scare" circa 1919-1920.
"Red Scare. The rounding up and deportation of several hundred immigrants of radical political views by the federal government in 1919 and 1920. This “scare” was caused by fears of subversion by communists in the United States after the Russian Revolution." the definition of red scare
Humm, sounds familiar doesn't it? Attacking people based on political views...
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