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    (Original post by remiremi)
    Hillary has lots of experience with bombing innocents, look at Libya
    And Donald Trump has no political experience. He's an outsider assuming that radical change is easily achievable, chances are that he will get into office and be unable to accomplish anything whatsoever
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    (Original post by alevelstresss)
    yes
    Will you admit that Hillary should be criticised, regardless of whether Trump is worse or not? That is the heart of the issue, but you tried to deflect criticism away from Hillary by making this about Trump.
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    (Original post by OyVey)
    Genocides of goyim that Jews were involved in rarely do..

    You do know about the Jewish involvement in the Armenian genocide right?

    Of course not. Such a thing is anti-semetic!

    How stupid are we?

    Genocide is something reserved only for the Jews.. questioning it is a crime.
    Yes of course, it's not like people acknowledge Stalin's mass crimes against humanity, or Pol Pot's huge slaughters /s
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    (Original post by alevelstresss)
    I think refusing to acknowledge something is preferable to wanting to bomb innocent people:

    skip to 1:39

    What about both, Hillary has both.
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    (Original post by alevelstresss)
    You appear to have neglected economics, energy, trade, international relations, gun control, anti-terror stance, diplomacy, equality in society, etc..

    ALL of which Hillary Clinton's policies are vastly more developed - regardless of whether you agree with them or not.
    Eh, congress will make sure nothing ever happens in America. Its good at that. Democracy is remarkably good at preserving the status quo which is funny considering how much the springtime of nations shook up Europe.

    She's a career politician. It literally is her job to appear as such. Hilary represents the status quo and Trump represents the disillusioned. They really are such caricatures that if they appeared in fiction it wouldn't be amiss. I wont talk on who has better economic and social policies etc because I don't feel qualified but I feel confident in saying that America wont change so radically over the course of 4 years and if I'm wrong then the world will be such a different place that this post will be totally forgotten.
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    (Original post by KingBradly)
    Will you admit that Hillary should be criticised, regardless of whether Trump is worse or not? That is the heart of the issue, but you tried to deflect criticism away from Hillary by making this about Trump.
    obviously I would, but criticism of Clinton doesn't make Trump more reputable
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    (Original post by alevelstresss)
    And Donald Trump has no political experience. He's an outsider assuming that radical change is easily achievable, chances are that he will get into office and be unable to accomplish anything whatsoever
    Alright, that's an interesting point about experience.

    Would you rather have Adolf Eichmann running the death camp or Leni Riefenstahl?
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    (Original post by TercioOfParma)
    Alright, that's an interesting point about experience.

    Would you rather have Adolf Eichmann running the death camp or Leni Riefenstahl?
    irrelevant attempt to derail the topic, clinton will get more done solely based on her experience, trump probably wouldn't even finish half of his stupid wall
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    (Original post by alevelstresss)
    irrelevant attempt to derail the topic, clinton will get more done solely based on her experience, trump probably wouldn't even finish half of his stupid wall
    Please answer the question. It's not an attempt to derail. I simply want to get an idea if you would want the experienced or inexperienced person running the death machine.

    What I get from your answer is you'd choose Eichmann.
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    (Original post by TercioOfParma)
    Please answer the question. It's not an attempt to derail. I simply want to get an idea if you would want the experienced or inexperienced person running the death machine.

    What I get from your answer is you'd choose Eichmann.
    drop this assumptive, tangential argument style, I know it might be the only way you feel you can discredit me, but its off topic and boring
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    (Original post by alevelstresss)
    drop this assumptive, tangential argument style, I know it might be the only way you feel you can discredit me, but its off topic and boring
    I don't want to discredit you, I want a goddam answer. You are using experience in this case as a positive, so from that I get the impression you would choose Eichmann. However, you still haven't answered the question, so I am only going off of the evidence that you have provided me to make an educated prediction.

    I could, of course, be wrong.
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    (Original post by Copperknickers)
    Of course she does. Apparently the world's only superpower doesn't have quite enough power to be able to afford slightly offending the world's 8th most populous Muslim country with the 15th largest military expenditure.
    You mean the NATO buffer state that borders both Europe and the Middle East?
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    (Original post by TercioOfParma)
    I don't want to discredit you, I want a goddam answer. You are using experience in this case as a positive, so from that I get the impression you would choose Eichmann. However, you still haven't answered the question, so I am only going off of the evidence that you have provided me to make an educated prediction.

    I could, of course, be wrong.
    Experience in politics is entirely different in experience at running death camps.

    You'll have your answer once you acknowledge the irrelevance and absurdity of your derailment.
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    oy vey
    goyim knows
    shut it down
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    (Original post by alevelstresss)
    Experience in politics is entirely different in experience at running death camps.

    You'll have your answer once you acknowledge the irrelevance and absurdity of your derailment.
    It's not absurdity when we're talking about bombing innocent civilians.
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    (Original post by alevelstresss)
    obviously I would, but criticism of Clinton doesn't make Trump more reputable
    You are the one who brought up Trump.
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    (Original post by KingBradly)
    You are the one who brought up Trump.
    Yeah because its a choice between two people. When you consider the benefits and cons of either, Clinton comes massively on top.

    Nitpicking individual things that Clinton may have done does not negate this fact.
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    (Original post by alevelstresss)
    Nitpicking individual things that Clinton may have done does not negate this fact.
    Just out of curiosity, are you capable of criticising Hillary without mentioning Donald?
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    (Original post by lawyer3c)
    Just out of curiosity, are you capable of criticising Hillary without mentioning Donald?
    Who isn't? There is sooo much to choose from.
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    (Original post by alevelstresss)
    Yeah because its a choice between two people. When you consider the benefits and cons of either, Clinton comes massively on top.

    Nitpicking individual things that Clinton may have done does not negate this fact.
    Pointing out that Hillary denies a genocide and has aided mass bombings of civilians is "nitpicking"? It's because increasingly clear that you are devoid of morality.
 
 
 
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