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Arielle S (313)
Friday March 25, 2016, 5:53 am
Hope you're feeling better - politics today is enough to make anybody sick.

Joanne Dixon (37)
Friday March 25, 2016, 9:21 am
Moyers - Bill is a very gentle person, and filled with hope. If HE says you should be kicked out, then you should be kicked out.

Politico.I - There used to be a saying, "The mills of God grind slowly, but they grind exceeding small." This is as it should be A rush to judgment is never a good idea. I realize it can take forever, or seemingly forever, especially in high profile cases. But the most important thing is to get it right, not to get it Tuesday.

HuffPo - OMG, isn't that Tone Deaf Harry? If we can get through to him, I would think we can get through to anyone.

Politico II - Frankly, we are doing so badly in protecting ALL our citizens from terrorism from jihadists of all colors (and all nominal religions) that it sobers me to think there may be someone doing it even worse. But, as you say, if a Republican President is elected, there soon won't be.

Rose Becke (141)
Friday March 25, 2016, 5:16 pm
I agree with Arielle

Janet B (0)
Saturday March 26, 2016, 12:05 pm

Colleen L (3)
Saturday March 26, 2016, 12:50 pm
I too agree with Arielle. It's a circus. Thanks Lynn

Thomas M (8)
Saturday March 26, 2016, 3:02 pm
I am going to vote for Hillary or Bernie. To do otherwise will destroy our nation. We cannot be pissy about either Democrat. Both have strengths we need to battle these evil bastards.

Sheila D (28)
Saturday March 26, 2016, 4:58 pm
Thanks for the post, Lynn. Good to know you're on the mend.

Mitchell D (82)
Saturday March 26, 2016, 6:58 pm
Feel still better!
Moyers is spot on, as usual, thanks.
Prince Harry, may he raise awareness all over the place! That line, "…alienated, underemployed and ghettoized," is acurate here, too, in the same and yet another context. On a WABC newscast, about a prison re-entry program last night, the TV speaking head commented that discussions among the programs peole addressed the root causes of imprisonment, "…gangs and drugs." No, I thought, the root cause is the cultural, and societal, marginalization, and the gangs and drugs are simply symptoms thereof. And, here it is, "…alientated, underemployed and ghettoized!"
I had not heard of Radovan K.'s conviction until now, and the news pleases me immensely. Yes, G.W.Bush, Cheney, and Rumsfeld ought to go on trial as well, but won't.

Marina P (28)
Sunday March 27, 2016, 1:05 pm
Thanks for sharing

Lona G (66)
Monday March 28, 2016, 7:41 am
Working my way through a back log again, Lynn, so I won't comment on personal stuff until I've reached today's date, and although I read (most) everything, I'll be selective there too.

M&C: Bill Moyers is spot on: Hillary Clinton should sever ties with her corporate past and dump Rahm Emanuel and Debbie Wasserman Schultz, but she won't, because she's afraid she'll lose so much backing from the 1% that she'll lose the nomination to Bernie Sanders.

Politico: Here people are rather disappointed that Radovan Karadžić didn't get a life sentence like his generals did, and the sentence will probably will be appealed because he wasn't convicted of genocide in general, only for the killing of 8000 Muslim males in Srebrenica. Most want to see the leaders of country who enticed their citizens into war and genocide punished with the same severity as those who gave the orders to shoot.

Politico2: You and the article are correct, Lynn. At the moment America doesn't have too many alienated, underemployed and ghettoized Muslims, but under Drumpf or Cruz their numbers will be increasing very rapidly. But America already has a very large group of alienated, underemployed and ghettoized young black men. When Da'esh first appeared I already commented on their modus operandi which was so similar to those of gangs. Can you imagine what will happen when these frustrated young men unite behind a non-religious goal in Da'esh fashion and start a war on the establishment? Republicans are making it happen right now by calling Black Lives Matter a terrorist organization, which it is DEFINITELY NOT now, but if not heard or dealt with in an respectful, accepting manner, may be pushed into that corner because they have nowhere else to go.
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