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Jon Stewart Literally Couldn't Find The Words To Cover Mike Huckabee's Holocaust Remarks

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Jon Stewart started off the second segment of The Daily Show by speaking on Mike Huckabee’s remark that the Iran nuclear deal would “take the Israelis and march them to the door of the oven.” Well, not so much speaking as grunting, as he never uttered a word the entire segment. 35 more words

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Mercury Drops and Shatters

O Geshela Geshela,

thou art stirring this pot mightily to near hurricane whirl.

Faster and faster the filth comes to the top . . . memory after memory of the truth of the debasement all around me that formed this body (which is as debased as all others) . 220 more words

AIDS

Huckleberry Hounds Iran Nuclear Deal

(Washington, DC — July 27, 2015) – Time and time again, politicians invoke the Nazis and the Holocaust to score political points. And time and time again, they are called on the misuse of such comparisons. 362 more words

Election 2016

Retired General: Send People Who Don’t “Support America” to Internment Camps

Former U.S. General Wesley Clark made headlines recently for an absurdly disquieting solution for citizens who “don’t support” the United States: Lock them up in internment camps as prisoners of war.  822 more words

Humanities

Retired General Suggests Disloyal Americans Be Held as Prisoners of "War On Terror"

Disloyal Americans Held as Prisoners of War?

Update: Wesley Clark’s deep connection to his family’s Jewish heritage likely triggered the general’s anti-American remarks.

JWEEKLY.com: Raised a Southern Baptist who later converted to Roman Catholicism, Gen. 418 more words

Chemtrail

Retired U.S. General Wesley Clark Calls for Internment Camps for "Radicalized" Americans

In a stunning interview, General Wesley Clark (U.S. Army, Retired) called for the revival of military internment camps in the United States as a solution for peace and security for the duration of the fake “ 333 more words

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