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marc sobel
Liberal Democratic Pro-choice Feminist Agnostic Jew from New York who was born in Puerto Rico, unelectable anywhere in Texas.
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Assume you mean post-2000 prime-age female labor-force participation DECLINE
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You should also call out BlacKkKlansman which says the same thing only with more emotional and visual impact, but less data.
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The Bears Stern link has rotted but I found it at https://seekingalpha.com/article/79890-lehman-and-the-failed-hedges
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better link to the article is http://blog.danieldavies.com/2002/10/move-over-son-professionals-are-here.html
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Sounds like a job for a good AI.
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The fastest growing job segment is alternate energy and this man and the GOP are leaving it to the Chinese by default.
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For the record, 1933 Jewish population of Europe was about 1.7% https://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005161 and "The Muslim population of Iraq is approximately ... 15–20 percent Arab Sunni https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religion_in_Iraq Given the relative numbers, I will leave someone else to figure out how many of the 15-20% are in John Podhoretz death criteria.
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I assume the full statement ends with "And fuck you Trumps."
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Interesting the Google Translate won't translate this. What does the AI know that we don't?
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I'm sure that Rogoff has a secret spreadsheet to back up his conclusions.
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As Buffy said, “You know what they say. Those of us who fail history, doomed to repeat it in summer school.”
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I agree. About a dozen of the questions were hard to answer not because of my beliefs but they are not yes/no. The market is better than the government in some cases and not in others. If I say wasteful government programs, I am thinking of carried interest and 75% of the military. I think religion is generally a bad government policy. Christianity vs Greek is comparing eggs and olives. There is about 99 ways in which Christianity has influenced us for every Ancient Greek document.
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You include Cato but not Heritage, but I don't see why your simple solution would keep out Fox, Koch News, News Max, etc. Reality has a liberal bias.
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Ad hominem sub type guilt by association http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ad_hominem#Guilt_by_association Widely used by McCarthy also Palin (as in paling around with terrorists) e.g. "your mother wears combat boots"
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Natural mistake. He is White.
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Silly person. If she were a business, the she couldn't compete as an amateur in the Olympics.
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You are a good person. You carefully explain why they are wrong. However you mistake a lie for a misstatement and a con for a mistake. The real question is who benefits from this con.
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You libruls just don't get it. Romney just wants a level playing field. He wants Obama to stop telling the truth about him. After all, he had never told the truth about Obama.
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I think you are wrong. Romney would be a lot less of a threat to the nation if he had to carry his 4.67814371257 tons of gold around.
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Gold only currency will be part of the platform. Will you help in getting the Traditional Justice plank accepted. It reads: Renewable Forestry products (wood) should be used in the Thermal Execution of Witches.
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As Tom points out, Ann Romney is his representative on Lady things and she is too much of a Lady to talk about Lady things.
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You (and Char Weisse) are too kind. I would suggest you adopt (for good, not evil) the No True Scotsman rhetoric for this type of thing. No True Economist would commit such an obvious logical error, so Casey Mulligan is lying.
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You call Ryan's flack nonsensical. A similar statement from a Democrat would be trumpeted as a lie.
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