I Got Banned Again

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Yesterday I tried to post a comment on a post at Crooks & Liars when I got a message that said I was klown non grata. It was a post titled “Fox Pushes For Privatization Of Amtrak” and I merely wanted to point out that technically Amtrak was already a private “for profit” corporation. Instead I got the message you see above.

Of course that isn’t what they banned me for. I was already banned when I tried to post that comment. So obviously it must have been something I said earlier. Using the magic of Disqus I was able to look up my previous comment history.

About a week ago on May 9th I commented on a post titled “Megyn Kelly Again Works To Undermine The Baltimore Prosecution She Demanded Freddie Gray Family’s Accept” when I responded to a couple other commenters:

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Apparently someone found my comment objectionable. But just to be sure I checked my next-to-last comment as well. On a May 4th post titled “Fox News Retracts Story On New Baltimore Shooting” I commented as follows:

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I guess this is the new tolerance.

Meanwhile, Mitt Romney participated in a staged boxing match with Evander Holyfield to raise over $1 million for charity:

Nobody could criticize that, could they?

On a happier note, check out the latest from Hoosier Grandkids:





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156 Responses to I Got Banned Again

  1. Myiq2xu says:

    That BJ thread should be titled “Two-Minute Hate”

    • leslie says:

      Well then, the post you ID’d yesterday, http://www.balloon-juice.com/2015/05/16/this-just-stinks/ …was the breeder. I can’t recall more angry, hate-filled people than those commenting in that post. Maybe it’s just indigenous to that blog? I never – or I rarely went there in the past. I never go there now – except when you actually link to it and then only if I have a moment to burn.

      • lyn says:


      • DeniseVB says:

        The commentors aren’t too bright (aka: low information voters). I think it was there that the faux rage over the after-20 week abortion ban included ectopic pregnancies which is life threatening to the mother. I think that happens well before the 20 week (5 mos) cut off geniuses😉

    • 49erDweet says:

      Apparently you’re not a big enough Crook or Liar to qualify for them. Time to try harder.

  2. Dora says:

    I guess it runs in the family. 😦

    Al Sharpton’s daughter sues city for $5M after spraining ankle

  3. Lulu says:

    The Vile Progs/ignoranti are getting very touchy. You can tell by the level of obscenity (usually misogynistic) spewed with spit. I always think “mommy issues”. You fussed at them for being little shitheads and banned from their bedroom full of dirty underwear and scummy dishes.

  4. threewickets says:

    Prog bloggers live to hate. They literally exist to spread hate, troll bash people, and behave like dicks.

    • leslie says:

      Spot on.

      • Lulu says:

        I think it is personality disorders. Just saying.

        • leslie says:

          You know, we have abbreviations for our diagnoses:
          PTSD – post traumatic stress disorder
          OPB – obnoxious personality disorder
          JPN – just plain nuts

    • piper says:

      The hate literally consumes them. 🎯

      • Dora says:

        It seems so. But where does all the hate come from? I didn’t learn to hate people when I was growing up. Especially not my fellow citizens. Guess I’m sounding like an old timer.🙂

    • mothy67 says:

      Yet they do it from a distance and immediately dismss any and all argument with distortions, flat out lies and and name calling. Will not debate an issue which I was starkly reminded of during last month’s gay cake dramas. One right viewpoint and it is theirs.Megyn says Santa was white there follows a shit storm. The New York Times is a serial liar and proactive distorter and does so with immunity. AL is given credence. Brian Williams? George? Truly sad. I cannot believe that they can all be so willfully dumb and blind– instead I think they think we all are.

    • lyn says:

      It is pathological.

    • threewickets says:

      It’s repressed anger and toxic hatred (some of it self-directed) that spews out into the internet at anything that moves. One hundred percent sociopaths and cowards hiding behind their troll masks. If they behaved like this in the real world they would be institutionalized.

    • 49erDweet says:

      When I think of lo-fo commenters and voters I visualize almost-adults still confusing number 1 with number 2. When you add recreational/procreational processes into their activity mix it turns their over wrought minds into mush.

      • mothy67 says:

        Lo-fo doesn’t bother me I have spoken with people over the last 6 years who think the powers of the presidency are absolute. High school and a number of college graduates belive the president is for lack of a better word our boss.
        I take more umbrage with being dismissed than I do with being called names. When you consider how vast ploitics is I count myself lo-fo there is just so much which is one of the reasons I love small government. Limit the scope. No one person can grasp all of it. I would venture to say that most people that identify as D or R have no idea how deleterious both platforms are to the working middle to upper middle class. Feckless endeavor trying to persuade a card carrying member that Walker has expressed more concern about the American worker than any of the usual cast of characters. They hear he went after unions. No distinction is made between public and private sector. You work 40 to 60 hours/wk mow the lawn, attend kids stuff, make dinner, wash clothes. You have no time as a responsible citizen to weigh through all the noise. A few times a week you watch nightly news and read the local paper. No time to digest you grew up Democrat and see R’s as anti this and anti that all the while the democratic utopia is making a select few richer whilst betraying you.
        And my God everytime I argue with someone about amnesty and they claim it will not effect schools and budgets my head pops off and rolls away screaming

        • mothy67 says:

          Fuck Fuck Fuck Fuck
          I was rambling to myself but directing it to all of you. Not for a response but to congeal my thoughts. I do it all the time. I read something and then try to work my way through it. I need to exress myself outside of myself to give it validity.
          I meant to delete but I am on Kindle and sometimes when I am already signed infor a pevious post i get even more stupid and to close the keyboard tap on screen. Sometimes there is lag if several people have posted during my momonlogue screen returns but I often end up hitting post rather than cancel my reply.

        • 49erDweet says:

          You are NOT lo-fo! If those idiots (sorry) made it thru HS or beyond and still do not comprehend our system of governance, and the powers AND LIMITATIONS of the presidency, they either didn’t pay attention or attended in an altered state of consciousness. Either case they are losers.

  5. piper says:

    Interesting map on major causes of death in each state.

  6. piper says:

    Banned is the new badge of honor or the scarlet B – depends on which side of the fence you’re tittering on.
    BTW – cute pictures of the Indy grandchildren 😇

  7. Dora says:

    Here comes the latest – a driverless car. Quite a debate about it in the comments section.

    Google’s New Self-Driving Car Is About to Hit the Streets

    Here’s everything you need to know about Prototype.


    • 1539days says:

      They’ve already been around. If there’s a Google Street view of your house, a driverless car drove by. Of course, some states require that a human sit int he car for legal reasons.

      • lildoggy4u says:

        Wow, I saw one of those driverless cars at Starbucks yesterday. Guess even machines need caffeine.

        • 49erDweet says:

          To be fair, we’ve had “driverless” cars around for decades. Lots of times when cops pullover cars full of people it turns out they all claim “no one” was driving.

      • 49erDweet says:

        Ummm. I’ve seen Google Earth Cars several times, and at least two of them weren’t Lexus, so you may be confusing two different Google programs. All state laws currently require cars be driven by a human (who is also licensed). That’s one reason Google is leasing the huge old air force base property next door to Banned Klown to run driverless road tests.

        Btw, the ultimate market for “driverless vehicles” will be the commercial truck transportation industry. National safety regulations put so many restrictions and limitations on operating hours for big rig drivers. “Driverless Trucks”, OTOH, could operate around the clock, without breaks for coffee and naps…..for instance. Only limited by vehicle range (fuel) and weather. Think of it. A company moving loads swiftly from terminal to terminal, around the clock, without human intervention. That’s where the money would be.

        • Myiq2xu says:

          Driverless trucks don’t go on strike or expect OT pay.

          • 49erDweet says:

            ……or run into bridge abutments, closing down major freeways for hours.

          • 49erDweet says:

            If you saw that Google link and noticed all those sensors, lasers and radar systems in the test cars, consider a loaded big rig in a snow storm on icy roads. Who is least likely to spin out or slide off the roadway? A: The human driver? B: The mega-sensored (at all 10 wheels) robot? I’ll put my money on B, thank-you-very-much.

  8. 1539days says:

    Mitt Romney gets to actually do fun cool things because he’s not president. Obama was ordered by Michelle to become president so they could have expensive trips, live in a mansion and tell people what to do.

    You never want to elect a president who isn’t at least a little reluctant about taking the job.

  9. leslie says:

    Here is a link that (I hope) will display r/t this morning’s ABD “talk” show : https://twitter.com/SooperMexican/status/599925237203996672

  10. leslie says:

    Klown: Those grandkids are beautiful. I❤ when you share photos of the kiddies……

  11. DeniseVB says:

    SNL’s cold open, and wow are the knives out for Hillary.

  12. DeniseVB says:

    myiq, you were only “blocked”, I was “blacklisted” from Gothamist and as far as I can tell it was over sourcing from a live Fox News report announcing the subway was temporarily shut down the day of the lower Manhattan gas explosion as a precaution until they could rule out terrorism. So I pretty much stay away from those commie-run blogs now🙂

  13. Myiq2xu says:

    Something about casino Indians vs. mini-market Indians.

    • 1539days says:

      Serves the Democrats right. Loretta Sanchez (who went by Loretta Brixey until she realized her maiden name would get more votes) won a suspicious election in 1996. The GOPE didn’t really fight it because she unseated Bob Dornan and he was too conservative for the party bosses.

  14. HELENK3 says:

    your grandkids are beautiful.
    can I take minute to brag about my youngest grand daughter? she will be 21 in September and is graduating college this year. she got straight As in her finals. She is studying criminal justice at Stockton College in NJ. She is thinking about going into the Coast Guard and also continuing her education and maybe be a lawyer. Heaven help the one that comes up against her in court. she will have the juries eating out of her hand

    • DeniseVB says:

      Congrats on your granddaughter’s accomplishments, I know how proud you and the family must be. My nieces went into the Coast Guard and both married Coasties. They loved it ! Also one is finishing up her education for *free* and the school gave her 2 years college credit for being in the service for 6 years as a yeoman(?).

      • HELENK3 says:

        Thank You. that kid is a trip. The way her mind works is amazing. She will have you laughing and thinking all the time

    • leslie says:

      She sounds really special – and smart. Congrats to her and to you.🙂

  15. HELENK3 says:

    as far as Amtrak going private without the government , that will not happen. The freight railroads were so glad when the government took over the passenger service. It never made a profit and the income from freight carried the passenger service for years The US government invest a lot less than many countries in passenger railroads. Also people may not realize just how much the government subsidizes air travel. how much does an airport cost, who pays for it? Who pays the TSA workers?

    • DeniseVB says:

      Our little Amtrak station and track upgrades in Norfolk were built with state, local and fed funds and pushed by a Republican governor and a former R-congresswoman who was then the state’s transportation chief. Yeah, so Republicans built that with local and state cooperation. . Amtrak was happy and brought us train service. Ridership has surpassed expectations!

    • Somebody says:

      Actually the taxes on airline tickets goes into a transportation trust fund that pays for ATC and for upgrades to airports, I’m not sure about TSA. The FAA is a quasi federal agency, when they were formed that way during the Clinton years the idea was for them to be self funded eventually. The biggest ticket items the FAA has that, as far as I know, are NOT covered from the ticket taxes would be their technology updates. Those updates are behind schedule and over budget……shocking I know. However, once the system is upgraded from the old technology to the new system, then the system should be pretty much funded via ticket taxes.

      **I’ll add that a big part of the reason the technology upgrades are behind schedule is because initially they were to be funded via the ticket taxes. The problem being that by the time airport upgrades, payrolls, etc, were paid there was very little left for technology upgrades. My memory is a little fuzzy, but I think it was late during W’s administration when it was decided to line item fund a lot of the technology upgrades. Prior to that by the time there was enough money to bring something online either the technology was obsolete or the price had gone up substantially.

      • HELENK3 says:

        If I remember correctly the air traffic controllers that Regan fired were striking due to lack of upgrading technology and the danger of not upgrading it. It was not about their pay

        • Somebody says:

          Wow Helen, I’m surprised you know that, very few people do. That is in fact why they went out on strike because they were working on very old vacuum tube systems. Some of those were starting to fail then, but it wouldn’t be until the 90’s when they started having to cannibalize sectors and combine airspace that the bastards in DC finally decided to upgrade the system. It was so bad both sides agreed on upgrading, with a few nay sayers of course.

          In any event very few people know that the main impetus behind the strike was public safety. It got spun as being over salaries and has lived on that way forever. In fact the PATCO controllers were offered a 16% pay increase, but they wanted the upgrades more. Would they have forgone the pay raise for the upgrades??? We’ll never know. The bottom line though is that it was illegal for them to go on strike, it is illegal for any federal employee to go on strike. Reagan did what he had to do, if he let the controllers strike it could have opened a flood gate of federal employees striking. Why he and his administration didn’t see the urgency in upgrading the system, I’ll never understand.

          • leslie says:

            One of my good friends from college was married to an air traffic controller. The strike really created mayhem in their family. He could not get a job for the longest time and she had to work as a teacher and try to make her salary support the family. It was pretty rough. I lost track of them after I got married. I don’t know if he ever was able to work as a ATC again.
            Yes, the spin was really bad news…

          • Myiq2xu says:

            I remember watching the news when that happened, which means I really don’t know shit.

  16. DeniseVB says:

    Why must liberals have to blame former Presidents for current Presidents’ messes. Hasn’t homelessness risen under Obama ? The guy’s been Pres for over 6 years and nothing seems to be his fault😉


    • piper says:

      Cognitive Dissonance, projection, rejection ?????? According to liberal / progressive doctrine you must be a racist if you accuse the dear WON of anything negative or bad. Remember he walks on water and miraculously parted the Red Sea when needed although I’m a bit confused as to where this story is in the Bible.

    • leslie says:

      Well, she just hasn’t grown. I blamed him for the increased homelessness when he was president, too. But nothing has improved since bronco was inaugurated – in fact much has worsened. Susan Sarandon and others of her ilk (I love that word) would have to rethink things and perhaps step away from their keyboards and podiums if they were to acknowledge what has occurred since January 20, 2009.

    • HELENK3 says:


      guess she did not read this

      homelessness rises 12% in last 2 years

  17. Myiq2xu says:

    Susan Sarandon Blames Ronald Reagan for Homeless Problem

    Actress and liberal activist Susan Sarandon slammed Ronald Reagan and blamed him for America’s homeless problem during her appearance on “Tavis Smiley” on PBS on Wednesday.

    Promoting her son’s documentary about homelessness, Sarandon was asked if the homeless issue was still on the nation’s “radar for discussion.”

    “I think the conversation changed around the Reagan era where everything was your fault,” Sarandon stated. “And so you were blamed for not trying hard enough, for drinking, for drugs, whatever.”

    “Just like in the AIDS epidemic, the focus went on your lifestyle as opposed to what was actually happening.”

    “And there is also compassion fatigue,” Sarandon said. “So people see it and it doesn’t get solved. And they just don’t want to see it any more … so it’s been a number of things that have happened, that have made us not want to deal with this issue.”

    God forbid you should have to deal with the consequences of the choices you make.

    • mothy67 says:

      Wasn’t the liberals who demanded release of the mentally ill? Can’t remember name of case but a womanon UWS unable to function released? I think on this and many issues there is fault plentiful for all. Maybe no housing for illegals or health care until every vet is attended to.

    • 1539days says:

      The homeless end up being a group of people who can’t live by society’s rules and don’t want to go through the government hoops involved in getting public assistance. I can’t speak for other states, but NY spends a lot of money giving housing and food to people with no jobs. The homeless where I live are mostly drifters.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Well the street people in NYC are picky eaters. I doggy bag my nice restaurant leftovers and offer them to these folks huddled in the doorways. They usually refuse and ask for cigs or money instead. I stopped doing that ever since I saw Stossel’s report…..the shelters and churches feed them better than I ever could !

        • mothy67 says:

          I have to give props to the guy in myWashington Heights area who was out all day everyday going to different buildings where he knew the super and cashing in recyclables. He had two grocery carts tethered and he’d be at it all day. I would see him each day multiple times cashing in full carts. 2 must be 100 tax free. He was always ploite and hard working. He must have worked something out with the stores as well to keep the machines from being full. .
          Probably illegal breaking some bullshit health code.

          • DeniseVB says:

            I do admire those people who root through the tourist filled trash barrels in Times Square to make a nickel or 100. Then there’s those guys with the giant Help the Homeless “tables” I used to stick some spare change in. Until they got busted for running a scam, it was to help “them”.

          • mothy67 says:

            Remember those poor Asian deaf girls maybe 20 years back that were selling stuff on the subway. Hundreds of them living in squalor being sent out everyday beaten abused. Deaf not a word of Enlish riding all day. I saw them everyday. 92 or something like that. I guess in the Harf way if those men had just been given 6 figure jobs they wouldn’t have needed to enslave. We via whiteness deprived and as a result deaf children were shackled nightly and abused.
            So wretched we live in a country run by people who took a handful of sociology courses.(Not people who actually studied sociology but those who dabbled and consider themselves experts on the human condition) Toss off. In a perfect world all would be equal. Dumbass stooges are so full of themselves they call reality callous. Piss off. I try to ban ugly words in my house. I don’t like stupid or fat or ugly but i will despense asshole everytime o comes on screen. Somehow my dislike of o as an asshole is offensive and teaching a child racism.
            Big differences between fat, ugly, stupid and asshole has zip to do with gender, race , IQ, economic status and asshole. I take great pains to attempt that pup comprehends what words mean and how people use them. I try to instill in her that language empowers her and doesn’t need to be used to denegrate. Ugly words make you feel ugly they rob you of integrity.
            I said asshole is different because it involves intent. Waiting to get a fwux train with an eight year old having a private conversation with her and i got called racist in front of a child. Perverse.
            I have an etymology dictionary in my mud room. She asks me a word we go on an adventure I learn a lot. How dare this petrouli wearing faux skank invade a conversation and call me names. I politely asked her to move along as she informed how awful I was. She called me old(I am 48 she was around 23) Best ever baby girl said hercalling you names like old meant she went for emotion because she was mad and losing. I was so proud. She just said I think I get it we got on the train took out our tablets and competed the entire way home on Subway Surfers.

          • 49erDweet says:

            When I redeem my three small bags of recyclables every year I get $35 to $60. Today watched two local “homeless” guys, working together, redeem the bags from two fairly new pickup trucks heaped high and roped down with recycled stuff. Their check was $2500, the daily limit. Tomorrow they have to return for the balance. They do this at least once a week. They own the trucks. They own their “home”, which is actually a HQ for their “homeless” crew. (Crew can’t sleep there, but use the shower, etc, and get paid daily for their collections). It’s a business. Not one I would choose, but that’s what it is.

      • Myiq2xu says:

        I knew OWS was toast when the real homeless showed up at Zucchini Park.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Wealthy people showed up at the San Diego Chargers stadium when they were “hosting” the refugees from the wild fires. Tons of food were donated and the local media gave that fact a lot of publicity …. yay, free breakfast, lunch and dinner. I think they tightened up their screening process since then.

        • 49erDweet says:

          “Homelessness” in CA has been a scam for several generations. If you want to donate to ’em knowing they’re ‘working’ you, go ahead. Just don’t expect it to be “cured”. It’s a vocation, not a condition.

    • angienc says:

      Guess what Susan — people’s choices effect what happens to them. Unlike the “profession” of acting, for the rest of us, being high or drunk all the time *can* lead to us losing our jobs and, maybe, homelessness.
      Also, unprotected sex can lead to catching STDs — that’s why they’re called “sexual transmitted diseases” — it’s right there in the name. The fact that AIDS is most often/most commonly transmitted among gay men is just fucking SCIENCE, not a “judgment on lifestyle.”
      Seriously — does this stupid C U Next Tuesday not realize that actions have consequences? Oh, that’s right — the rich and famous have fixers for their fuck ups, so she has no clue.

      • swanspirit says:

        I am absolutely done listening to the filthy rich and their lord and lady bountiful routines. If they want to help, sacrifice some of their private wealth, do it privately and quietly ;and keep their damned moralizing to themselves.

    • 1539days says:

      Anyone who says Stephy gave to “charity” is full of shit. The Clinton Foundation doesn’t actually do anything. They make other agencies and NGOs dependent on the steam of cash coming from the Clinton Foundation. I’ll give you one guess as to what happens if anyone getting Clinton cash speaks ill of the Clintons.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Makes me miss The Sopranos hiding behind his Waste Management business. Funny story, NYC businesses have to pay for their own trash pickup, so I was shocked when my daughter hired a NJ company @$400/mo for once a week pickup “Hey mom, I hired Tony Soprano!” Bada-Bazinga !

  18. Myiq2xu says:
    • DeniseVB says:

      What was she thinking? How about letters to kids in the local Children’s Hospital ? You know, peers of 3rd graders?

    • 49erDweet says:

      Idiot teacher chose to study a killer’s writings as if her students were in the second year of a psychology major. Third grade! The ONLY reason to do that would be to encourage the development of revolutionists. She deserves prison.

  19. SHV says:

    “JACKSON, Miss. —Jackson police are searching for a man in connection with a kidnapping and deadly shooting.”

    Al, the wife, is working in Jackson until August and told me about this yesterday AM. Apparently a Physician who lives near the local hospital complex was loading a couple of shotguns into his truck to go trap shooting at 6:45 AM. Two armed AA males forced him to drive them to ATM for money then said they were going to go back to his home and rape his wife. He somehow got a gun and killed one robber. Perhaps because of #blacklivesmatter, and the kidnap-robbery victim is white, the case is going to a Grand Jury.
    “Police called the shooting was a justifiable homicide, but said it will go to a grand jury.”

  20. SHV says:

    For some reason, my desk top computer has started getting IMs directed to my wife…this one just popped up, from a 20 something GF:

    “Well so far at target my cart consists of about 5 kinds of chocolate and condoms.”

  21. DeniseVB says:

    Preach it brother …..

    • 1539days says:

      Hoaward Kurtz said NewsCorp donated today on MediaBuzz on Fox News. At least they acknowledge it. Plus, NewsCorp is a lot of companies. It’s not like Megyn Kelly donated. Or did she?

  22. leslie says:

    WHO in the heck was that singing the Star Spangled Banner at the Hockey game??? I just turned the tv on for the game and heard something between screeching and yelling.

    • Dora says:

      Wasn’t me. I wasn’t even there. 🙂

      • leslie says:

        After a couple of searches, I found it. It definitely was not you. It was” Dawn Wright from Tustin”. Seems the Duck fans think she’s the cat’s pajamas. And actually – with the exception of a bunch of high notes that she should not ever attempt, it was okay. I thought maybe the noise I heard was due to nerves. But no. not so much. It was the notes she should never ever try. Even some of the comments on the Ducks blog were questioning her desire to “make changes” that don’t work well.

  23. Dora says:

    I can’t understand why she is still considered a serious candidate. Anyone else would have had to drop out by now.

    Good news: We might have found copies of Hillary’s emails! Bad news: Foreign governments have them?

  24. Myiq2xu says:

    At least it wasn’t dog.

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  27. mothy67 says:

    What do you think the impact on charities would be if there we no deductions for charitable giving?
    And a cap on salaries for all non profits. I am thinking NFL, NHL, Oscars, hell add in Bishops
    Also how is the taxpayer forced to fund the building of a new arena and then somehow a private entity owns it?

    • DeniseVB says:

      We have a CPA do our taxes every year and told us unless we “donate” 10% of our income (for us 7k) we can’t deduct a damn thing. We can try, but it get’s flagged in the IRS system for an audit and they can collect the amount we were refunded based on “bags of stuff we gave to the charity thrift stores. So we don’t anymore, just easier. We still list contributions we have a receipt for, I think about 4k/yr. But that’s okay, we’re charitable🙂

  28. mothy67 says:

    Have forgetten to say thanks for the well wishes for my father. After Mursa and pnemonia he is today coaching a softball team for his great grand daughter(which entails him cheering them up after a bad at bat).

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  30. 49erDweet says:

    You do have good lookin’ grandkids. My complements to your mom.

  31. angienc says:

    Grandkids are adorbs.

    OT Klown, I order quite frequently from Amazon & I always make sure to do so via the widget/portal on AOS’s site but if you put one here, I would for sure use the crawdad hole one and I bet others would too.

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  33. 1539days says:

    I have an idea for a post called “The Clinton Foundation Doesn’t Feed Starving Africans, Why Should We?”

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