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post Sep 13 2016, 10:49 PM
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How do you guys outside of America perceive this ?


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post Sep 13 2016, 10:57 PM
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Our president has intestinal cancer for probably like 10 years now (seriously) biggrin.gif

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post Sep 14 2016, 01:48 AM
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QUOTE (Mertay @ Sep 13 2016, 04:57 PM) *
Our president has intestinal cancer for probably like 10 years now (seriously) biggrin.gif


JFK had Addision's disease. As the Soviets had 700 intermediate missiles and Turkey had American nukes, had he mishandled the 1962 Cuban crisis, you would never had been born.

Suggested reading for Americans, who may be foolishly complacent about the ongoing threat of global nuclear distruction. One might ask oneself, who do I want calling the shots should we fall into such a dangerous scenario where one bad call could end the whole game for our species, Orange Face at age 70, with his experience building Casinos, Golf Courses, operating Beauty Pageants, and hosting a Reality TV show, or Clinton with her decades of on the job experience dealing in such matters? I would take Clinton if she was in a coma.

And don't tell me about her mistakes, they all make mistakes, JFK did at the Bay of Pigs, but he was in his early 40's and could learn on the job. Winston Churchill saved the free world and he made more mistakes than you can count in his career prior to WWII. They learn from their mistakes.

Really, people should read this, it is not Reality TV, it is real, and it could happen again in any of a number of theaters. And if Trump does any of a number of things he has threatened to do, e.g. bomb N. Korea, sink Iranian ships, abandon our Nato commitments, something like this is bound to happen in the destabilized world he will have created.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuban_Missile_Crisis


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post Sep 14 2016, 03:04 AM
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There's nothing wrong with either candidate. They both look fine to me and are relatively young.
Post age 45 and everybody's got 'something' going on.

We still don't even know what Franklin Roosevelt had: Polio or Guillain-Barre Syndrome.
He served almost 4 terms and presided over one of the largest conflicts the world has ever known.

Woodrow Wilson suffered from a series of strokes that affected his right hand, leaving him unable to write normally for a year. More strokes rendered him blind in his left eye, paralyzing his entire left side and put him in a wheelchair. He kept his paralysis a secret.

Eisenhower - during his two terms in office: heart attack, stroke, and Crohn’s disease. He also had a mild stroke, which he was able to overcome.

JFK - see above post.

Reagan struggled constantly with poor health. Besides getting shot while in office he had constant urinary tract infections, underwent removal of kidney and gaul stones, and suffered from extreme TMJ and arthritis. In 1987, he had operations for prostate and skin cancers, and suffered from Alzheimer’s disease (beginning during his 2nd term).

George H. W. Bush (daddy Bush) - several bleeding ulcers, arthritis, and various cysts. He was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation due to hyperthyroidism and was also diagnosed with the autoimmune disorder, Graves’ disease.

Shit, I had walking pneumonia and I didn't know it. I went to the doctor for a laceration on my arm and while he was sewing me up asked, "how long have you had that cough?".

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post Sep 15 2016, 02:46 PM
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QUOTE (klasaine @ Sep 14 2016, 03:04 AM) *
There's nothing wrong with either candidate. They both look fine to me and are relatively young.
Post age 45 and everybody's got 'something' going on.


Shit, I had walking pneumonia and I didn't know it. I went to the doctor for a laceration on my arm and while he was sewing me up asked, "how long have you had that cough?".

yes I too being almost fifty am well aware of the health issues brought on by aging, and am not so foolish as to think that a president will not have many.

The problem lies with Hillary's inconsistencies. You guys hate trump so much that you can't see straight . I for one did not vote for trump , but lets face it , any other candidate that was elected would be just as vilified as trump !

Facts. Hillary's camp told us she was dehydrated
1 and1/2 hours later she was out on the street shaking hands to prove she was rehydrated , then ,
The video surfaced of her fainting , and all of a sudden she has pamona.
Now lets think foe just a moment , if you are so sick and you faint , why are you out later shaking hands , or why did Hillary(or her spokesperson) B.S. us with hydration , just for giggles go to bing and search hillarys dehydration,

Along with your walking pneumonia , thats why its called" walking " cause you can walk and not know you have it , and should it ever get to the point where you faint , any good doctor would tell you to sleep for a few days ( cause old people die from it), not go outside and shake hands possibly killing yourself and infecting the people you shake hands with.

look up a "Parkinson freeze " - her symptoms match that better .

as far as a president having a freeze ( as she has admitted having , not a Parkinson ). When hillary gets it wrong n, Ambassadors DIE.

Now I will admit I could be wrong , but why was the media so forceful for Mcain to release his records , but mums the word with Hillary

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post Sep 15 2016, 02:59 PM
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Like many of the presidents listed above, it's possible we'll never know.

As I said, all things considered, they both look generally fine to me.


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post Sep 15 2016, 04:26 PM
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I remembered this one, again Turkish (now) president during elections I guess 1-2 years ago;



He made the final 2 speaches with this voice smile.gif though I loughed my ass off (I'm against him) interesting enough he got very positive feedback for not resting and working hard tongue.gif

As an outsider to USA elections, its actually interesting (sometimes) to watch the most hated (by their supporters) candidates off all time...seriously, watch southpark biggrin.gif


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