Saturday, October 1, 2016

No meds


Trump and I were  discussing that dementia is only a problem for people that know us.  We don't even know we have it. 

Trump believed to have just carved "I'm not a psycho" into his arm.

He says he loves credit. He doesn't like to pay what he owes. And he's fond of bankruptcy.  Who else would we pick to run our country into the ground?


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Donald J. Trump made his entrance at a campaign event in Council Bluffs, Iowa, on Wednesday.
As America Sleeps, Donald Trump Seethes on Twitter

By MICHAEL BARBARO, MAGGIE HABERMAN and ALAN RAPPEPORT

In the predawn hours on Friday, the Republican presidential nominee took to Twitter to continue his attacks on both Hillary Clinton and Alicia Machado.


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By FELIPE VILLAMOR

Defying criticism of his country's bloody war on drugs, the Philippine president escalated his provocative rhetoric with a reference to the Holocaust.

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By PATRICK HEALY and MAGGIE HABERMAN

In an interview, Mr. Trump said he was reconsidering whether he would back Mrs. Clinton if she became president.
 Editor: No respect for American voters. At least THAT is Republican.

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Trump Tax Records Obtained by The Times Reveal He Could Have Avoided Paying Taxes for Nearly Two Decades

By DAVID BARSTOW, SUSANNE CRAIG, RUSS BUETTNER and MEGAN TWOHEY

The Republican nominee reported nearly $1 billion in losses in 1995, opening the door to tax avoidance in subsequent years.
Mario Simeone and his wife, Evelin, at home in Maracay with their sons, Accel and Gerardo, right, who both suffer from schizophrenia. Venezuela has run out of most psychiatric medicines, and the voices in Accel's head demanded that he kill his brother.
At a Loss for Meds, Venezuela's Mentally Ill Spiral Downward

By NICHOLAS CASEY

Amid the nation's economic collapse, psychiatric hospitals are running out of medications, food and other supplies. Thousands of patients are drifting into despair and psychosis.

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