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    Doctor thinks Hillary Clinton is being poisoned

    Hillary Clinton is definitely not being poisoned by the Russians. So why is one famous doctor raising the possibility in the first place?

    Dr. Bennet Omalu is the forensic pathologist who first published findings about chronic traumatic encephalopathy in football players, sparking a debate about how the NFL handles concussions. His work has been widely lauded, and his story was dramatized in the Will Smith film "Concussion

    His latest expose is somewhat less plausible. After Clinton stumbled while leaving a 9/11 ceremony, Omalu speculated she might've been poisoned. He then pointed fingers at Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, saying "with those two all things are possible."

    By speculating on Clinton's health from afar, Omalu joins a long line of physicians who've injected their perspective on how physically and mentally fit the candidates are without ever examining them

    During a CNN panel, Dr. Tiffany Sizemore said: "The medical problems that Hillary had in 2012 are still significant medical problems. Having a blood clot in a vein in your brain is a pretty significant issue."

    And while discussing Trump's mental health, Dr. Gail Saltz told CNN: "It certainly makes you think about intense narcissism, right? Everything has to refer to me, and I have to be the best."

    The speculation got so bad early on in the campaign that the American Psychiatric Association published a sharp rebuke of psychiatrists who were breaking the unwritten Goldwater Rule of politics: Never publicly psychoanalyze a candidate you haven't formally examined.

    To tamp down the speculation, Clinton's doctor recently released an updated summary of the candidate's health. That note, which included bloodwork results, didn't mention anything about poisons, Russian or otherwise.
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    Obama - 2010 - “Elections have consequences.” It’s the political way for winners to tell losers: “Tough luck, you lost. Get over it.”

    Pascal argues that a rational person should live as though God exists and seek to believe in God. If God does not actually exist, such a person will have only a finite loss, whereas they stand to receive infinite gains and avoid infinite losses.

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    You are delusional racist retarded scum.
    rac·ist
    rāsəst/noun
    a person who believes that a particular race is superior to another.
    Ask yourself honestly if this describes what you believe to be true.
    If the answer is yes, you are a racist.

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    USfreedom exemplifies the level of thought in the right wing and in their media sources. We've always had dumb people in America, but the new level of dumbness among conservatives is astounding, the corporate republicans outsource their jobs, move their profits off shore, and then provide the capital to keep media sources feeding the wingnuts nonsense to keep them distracted from reality. Unreal.

    "Historian Phillips-Fein traces the hidden history of the Reagan revolution to a coterie of business executives, including General Electric official and Reagan mentor Lemuel Boulware, who saw labor unions, government regulation, high taxes and welfare spending as dire threats to their profits and power. From the 1930s onward, the author argues, they provided the money, organization and fervor for a decades-long war against New Deal liberalism—funding campaigns, think tanks, magazines and lobbying groups, and indoctrinating employees in the virtues of unfettered capitalism." Invisible Hands: The Making of the Conservative Movement from the New Deal to Reagan: Kim Phillips-Fein
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    Quote Originally Posted by midcan5 View Post
    USfreedom exemplifies the level of thought in the right wing and in their media sources. We've always had dumb people in America, but the new level of dumbness among conservatives is astounding, the corporate republicans outsource their jobs, move their profits off shore, and then provide the capital to keep media sources feeding the wingnuts nonsense to keep them distracted from reality. Unreal.

    "Historian Phillips-Fein traces the hidden history of the Reagan revolution to a coterie of business executives, including General Electric official and Reagan mentor Lemuel Boulware, who saw labor unions, government regulation, high taxes and welfare spending as dire threats to their profits and power. From the 1930s onward, the author argues, they provided the money, organization and fervor for a decades-long war against New Deal liberalism—funding campaigns, think tanks, magazines and lobbying groups, and indoctrinating employees in the virtues of unfettered capitalism." Invisible Hands: The Making of the Conservative Movement from the New Deal to Reagan: Kim Phillips-Fein
    So you have no input towards the OP and just like seeing your own mental masturbation in print.
    Nomad's reasoning, regarding FACTS.
    Quote Originally Posted by Nomad View Post
    Whether or not you actually used that particular term is irrelevant...
    Obama - 2010 - “Elections have consequences.” It’s the political way for winners to tell losers: “Tough luck, you lost. Get over it.”

    Pascal argues that a rational person should live as though God exists and seek to believe in God. If God does not actually exist, such a person will have only a finite loss, whereas they stand to receive infinite gains and avoid infinite losses.

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