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Hiklkary Clinton played in the NFL/football?

by JP Bill / August 22, 2016 6:24 AM PDT
Poppy Harlow Grills Trump Supporter For Connecting Clinton’s Health to NFL Concussions

Things got a little heated on CNN Newsroom Sunday when Poppy Harlow tried to take a Donald Trump supporter to task over the campaign’s insistence on playing up unproven theories that Hillary Clinton is physically unfit for the presidency.

Kremer eventually defended the attacks by saying “the NFL has had major lawsuits from players having concussion years ago, it is a serious issue and the people want it answered.” At that point, Harlow brought the hammer down and asked Kremer if she was seriously trying to compare the state of Clinton’s brain to professional footballers after taking hits.


At least she didn't try and claim Hillary received her "concussions" from the thumping TheRUMP gave her.
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(NT) Hillary
by JP Bill / August 22, 2016 6:25 AM PDT
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Ah ha!...... Kremer?
by JP Bill / August 22, 2016 1:53 PM PDT
A founding mother of the tea party movement is raising doubts about Hillary Clinton’s mental and physical capabilities.

Amy Kremer was a member of Tea Party Patriots at the beginning and spent five years as an official with Tea Party Express. She is now a Trump supporter. Kremer is a leader of the group Women Vote Trump


WAS? a member of the Tea Party?

Are they no longer in existence?


The Internet recently melted down over photos of Hillary Clinton being helped up a flight of stairs by her staff.

Trying to get the "invalid" vote?.....That Hillary...she's a real tactician. Every vote counts.
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OR
by TONI H / August 23, 2016 6:05 AM PDT
In reply to: Ah ha!...... Kremer?

you can use a SECOND meaning of the word 'invalid'.........which would describe her pretty well based on evidence and facts for the last 40 years.

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/invalid

1. Not legally or factually valid; null: an invalid license.

2. Falsely based or reasoned; faulty: an invalid argument.

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It was refreshing to see
by JP Bill / August 23, 2016 6:58 AM PDT
In reply to: OR

that you realized which meaning I was referring to, without having to be told.

However...

One small point I would like clarification on.....

an invalid license........an invalid argument


WHEN does a "person" become a "license" or an "argument"?

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I'm not as dense as you think I am but
by TONI H / August 23, 2016 10:56 AM PDT

evidently you are....how about 'invalid qualified person' based on reputation and facts? Does that work for you?

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RE: 'invalid qualified person'
by JP Bill / August 23, 2016 12:48 PM PDT

So a person can be "invalid" and also be "qualified"? My choice of words would be "UNqualified"

I don't got none?

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How about
by TONI H / August 23, 2016 3:13 PM PDT

every time she opens her mouth, out come "invalid statements" (a 'nice' way of saying LIES)

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it's about YOUR "wording" problem
by JP Bill / August 23, 2016 7:06 PM PDT
In reply to: How about

invalid AND qualified....mean opposite....One word means the OPPOSITE of the other...YOU try to use them together....You shouldn't do that...It ain't proper English.

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(NT) 'ain't proper English'.....but true.
by TONI H / August 24, 2016 5:28 AM PDT
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So you don't want to talk about
by JP Bill / August 24, 2016 7:52 AM PDT

your "invalid qualified person' terminology.....

OK fine.

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