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uwApoligist

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"What goes around, comes around!"

hehe.  Does not get anymore fun than right now. 


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Adios all. I'm unsubscribing for obvious reasons, mainly the back and forth among America's deadbeats.
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I don't believe there is any evidence showing President Obama "instructed" FBI to investigate journalists who leaked national security information or any other criminal activity.  He may have done so behind the scenes but it remains speculation until evidence is presented showing he personally instructed an investigation to take place.  In this case, President Trump instructed the DOJ to investigate.
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Obama voted best job as President during our lifetime.

     "In these times, I believe that social media has become evil."
Not sure we must blanket all social media but when anonymous adults attack other anonymous adults on the internet, one has to wonder what chance our kids have.

 Trump should be honest with the American people.


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So did President Obama give the direct order to capture Osama Bin Laden?  Or did his subordinates simply know what was to be done.

He conveniently did not know about the IRS admiringly targeting conservative folks, or about a meeting on a tarmac, or his DOJ targeting the Trump campaign...

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Adios all. I'm unsubscribing for obvious reasons, mainly the back and forth among America's deadbeats.


We battled Scott Lowry without you, we'll try to battle duaine and his multiple handles and personalities until we call in the artillery

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Another Rep who's finally "getting it"....

https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2018/05/22/se-cupp-trump-authoritarian-sot.hln

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CNN does not like Trump.  Noted. 
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There are growing signs a full counterintellegence operation was run against the Trump campaign

http://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/388978-growing-signs-of-a-counterintelligence-operation-deployed-against-trumps

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It will be a huge surprise if at least a dozen law enforcement officials and a dozen Democratic Party politicians don't end up in jail.  Yeah, that's the ticket.
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The Right in here are quoting posts and changing words.  Please search for original post if accurate information is desired.  Also, claims I moderate this discussion forum are untrue.

Obama voted best job as President during our lifetime.

     "In these times, I believe that social media has become evil."
Not sure we must blanket all social media but when anonymous adults attack other anonymous adults on the internet, one has to wonder what chance our kids have.

 Trump should be honest with the American people.


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CNN does not like Trump.  Noted. 


hehe duly noted, indeed.

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uwApoligist

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It will be a huge surprise if at least a dozen law enforcement officials and a dozen Democratic Party politicians don't end up in jail.  Yeah, that's the ticket.

They should not have been spying on the opposing campaign.  That is against the law.  Jail is too nice for those traitors.  Trying to undermine our electoral process, undo the American peoples vote.  They should hang them from the streetlights down in foggy bottom.

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uwApoligist

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"Earlier this week, the president met with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray in the Oval Office, discussing the expansion of Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s investigation to include “irregularities” with the FBI or DOJ’s “tactics concerning the Trump campaign.”"

That is big news.  The noose, it tightens.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/05/23/trump-warns-comey-over-looming-ig-report-on-clinton-case-lot-problems.html


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Trump: "I did the nation a great service by firing Comey."
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Meanwhile, things have rarely been this good with our economy.

Household income is at an all-time high.  Confidence is super high.

https://www.investors.com/politics/editorials/household-income-trump-economy-optimism/


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"They should hang them from the streetlights down in foggy bottom."

I'm sure they will.  May not be until February though.  Takes awhile to convict them first.

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The Right in here are quoting posts and changing words.  Please search for original post if accurate information is desired.  Also, claims I moderate this discussion forum are untrue.

Obama voted best job as President during our lifetime.

     "In these times, I believe that social media has become evil."
Not sure we must blanket all social media but when anonymous adults attack other anonymous adults on the internet, one has to wonder what chance our kids have.

 Trump should be honest with the American people.


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As for household income, if they could have borrowed more money from future generations, we could have even higher income.  How about another tax cut?
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A gullible nation is a vulnerable nation.  Challenge what you read on the internet.  Our nation's security is in our hands.  Don't be duped by misinformation.

The Right in here are quoting posts and changing words.  Please search for original post if accurate information is desired.  Also, claims I moderate this discussion forum are untrue.

Obama voted best job as President during our lifetime.

     "In these times, I believe that social media has become evil."
Not sure we must blanket all social media but when anonymous adults attack other anonymous adults on the internet, one has to wonder what chance our kids have.

 Trump should be honest with the American people.


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Trump: "I did the nation a great service by firing Comey."



Yes he did. Btw why is dewillie so salty today? Things are looking very bad for his democrat party, I suppose that's it.

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As for household income, if they could have borrowed more money from future generations, we could have even higher income.  How about another tax cut?


It's too bad you root against America when there is an R in the White House.

How come you didn't care when Obama borrowed $10 trillion from future generations?  

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uwApoligist

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"They should hang them from the streetlights down in foggy bottom."

I'm sure they will.  May not be until February though.  Takes awhile to convict them first.

We will be patient.

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"How come you didn't care when Obama borrowed $10 trillion from future generations?"


President Obama had almost nothing to do with the added debt.  In fact, if the GOP had won in 2008, we were likely going to borrow $15 Trillion over eight years.  He probably saved us $5 Trillion in debt.  He improved revenue growth and he lowered spending growth compared to those before him.  To the contrary, President Trump is stifling revenue growth with tax cuts and increasing spending growth dramatically.  He's doing what all GOP Presidents do...blowing up our budget.

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A gullible nation is a vulnerable nation.  Challenge what you read on the internet.  Our nation's security is in our hands.  Don't be duped by misinformation.

The Right in here are quoting posts and changing words.  Please search for original post if accurate information is desired.  Also, claims I moderate this discussion forum are untrue.

Obama voted best job as President during our lifetime.

     "In these times, I believe that social media has become evil."
Not sure we must blanket all social media but when anonymous adults attack other anonymous adults on the internet, one has to wonder what chance our kids have.

 Trump should be honest with the American people.


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Yes he did. Btw why is dewillie so salty today? Things are looking very bad for his democrat party, I suppose that's it.

Honestly, I think it dawned on him that no one was reading his wall of text copy pasta whoass me posts.  That they were easily dismantled by reading the first paragraph or to, picking the biggest lie and pointing it out.  Everyone just disregarded his posts.   

Also going so full retard like he was, was running more people out of the Dem party, when they need votes desperately. 

With the economy on fire like this even the less smart less capable illegal immigrants the Dems were bringing in for votes are getting jobs and turning republican in mass waves. 

The foggy bottom convictions and hangings are not even that big of a concern to the decimated Dem party.   

It is amazing.  How does Trump destroy ISIS battle troops, run ISIS out of money, denuclearize Kor, get peace in Kor, fix the trade dopiness with China that went on too long, give tax cuts, isolate Iran from the rest of the ME, except Asad, build a stronger coalition by getting Iraq, Saudi, 1/2 of Yemen, Qatar, UAE and 1/2 Egypt, to work solidly together and loosely collaborate with Israel, completely dismantle obama's agenda, greatly reduce overdone EPA regulations that were stifling our economy, get our economy going, decimate our crooked press which lies endlessly, decimate the democrats, turn Glenn Beck into a Trump supporter, and save the Republican party, expose democratic zealots that had embedded themselves in the FBI and CIA and were trying to overthrow a properly run and decided election.  All in just over 1 year.

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Honestly, I think it dawned on him that no one was reading his wall of text copy pasta whoass me posts.  That they were easily dismantled by reading the first paragraph or to, picking the biggest lie and pointing it out.  Everyone just disregarded his posts.   

Also going so full retard like he was, was running more people out of the Dem party, when they need votes desperately. 

With the economy on fire like this even the less smart less capable illegal immigrants the Dems were bringing in for votes are getting jobs and turning republican in mass waves. 

The foggy bottom convictions and hangings are not even that big of a concern to the decimated Dem party.   

It is amazing.  How does Trump destroy ISIS battle troops, run ISIS out of money, denuclearize Kor, get peace in Kor, fix the trade dopiness with China that went on too long, give tax cuts, isolate Iran from the rest of the ME, except Asad, build a stronger coalition by getting Iraq, Saudi, 1/2 of Yemen, Qatar, UAE and 1/2 Egypt, to work solidly together and loosely collaborate with Israel, completely dismantle obama's agenda, greatly reduce overdone EPA regulations that were stifling our economy, get our economy going, decimate our crooked press which lies endlessly, decimate the democrats, turn Glenn Beck into a Trump supporter, and save the Republican party, expose democratic zealots that had embedded themselves in the FBI and CIA and were trying to overthrow a properly run and decided election.  All in just over 1 year.

Oh he did all of that with half the Senate and half the house trying to tie his hands behind his back. 

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"How come you didn't care when Obama borrowed $10 trillion from future generations?"


President Obama had almost nothing to do with the added debt.  In fact, if the GOP had won in 2008, we were likely going to borrow $15 Trillion over eight years.  He probably saved us $5 Trillion in debt.  He improved revenue growth and he lowered spending growth compared to those before him.  To the contrary, President Trump is stifling revenue growth with tax cuts and increasing spending growth dramatically.  He's doing what all GOP Presidents do...blowing up our budget.

wahwah  hrumph hurmph  "Correction, Obama had nothing to do with that added debt"

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As for household income, if they could have borrowed more money from future generations, we could have even higher income.  How about another tax cut?

Spending cuts, and then tax cuts would be ideal, but if we have to do it in reverse, that would work as well, as long as it happens.  

The overall idea is to reign in wasteful government spending. 

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This is actually huge news.  Wikileaks is saying Obama hacked La Pen (French conservative candidate) and other countries conservative candidates to drive wins in those countries. 


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Multiple Republican politicians have criticized President Trump for the damage he is doing to our institutions, our press, and our values, to name just three.  Should we praise these Republicans for having the capability of criticizing their own Party leader when he's wrong or should we condemn them for their criticizm of their fellow Republican?
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A gullible nation is a vulnerable nation.  Challenge what you read on the internet.  Our nation's security is in our hands.  Don't be duped by misinformation.

The Right in here are quoting posts and changing words.  Please search for original post if accurate information is desired.  Also, claims I moderate this discussion forum are untrue.

Obama voted best job as President during our lifetime.

     "In these times, I believe that social media has become evil."
Not sure we must blanket all social media but when anonymous adults attack other anonymous adults on the internet, one has to wonder what chance our kids have.

 Trump should be honest with the American people.


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This is actually huge news.  Wikileaks is saying Obama hacked La Pen (French conservative candidate) and other countries conservative candidates to drive wins in those countries. 


[Nyvoog5] 


No surprise.

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From Jeff Flake's commencement address to Harvard Law School (too bad these Reps can't follow their hearts and minds until they have announced their retirements) -

And so, with humility, let me suggest that perhaps it is best to consider what I have to say today as something of a cautionary tale —

-about the rule of law and its fragility;

-about our democratic norms and how hard-won and vulnerable they are;

-about the independence of our system of justice, and how critically important it is to safeguard it from malign actors who would casually destroy that independence for their own purposes and without a thought to the consequences;

-about the crucial predicate for all of these cherished American values: Truth. Empirical, objective truth;

-and lastly, about the necessity to defend these values and these institutions that you will soon inherit, even if that means sometimes standing alone, even if it means risking something important to you, maybe even your career. Because there are times when circumstances may call on you to risk your career in favor of your principles.

But you — and your country — will be better for it. You can go elsewhere for a job, but you cannot go elsewhere for a soul.

Not to be unpleasant, but I do bring news from our nation’s capital. First, the good news: Your national leadership is… not good. At all. Our presidency has been debased by a figure who has a seemingly bottomless appetite for destruction and division and only a passing familiarity with how the constitution works.

And our Article I branch of government, the Congress (that’s me), is utterly supine in the face of the moral vandalism that flows from the White House daily. I do not think that the founders could have anticipated that the beauty of their invention might someday founder on the rocks of reality television, and that the Congress would be such willing accomplices to this calamity. Our most ardent enemies, doing their worst (and they are doing their worst), couldn’t hurt us more than we are hurting ourselves.

Now, you might reasonably ask, where is the good news in that?

Well, simply put: We may have hit bottom.

(Oh, and that’s also the bad news. In a rare convergence, the good news and bad news are the same — our leadership is not good, but it probably can’t get much worse.)

........

How did we arrive at a moment of such peril, wherein a president of the United States publicly threatens— on Fox & Friends, historians will note — to interfere in the administration of justice, and seems to think that the office confers on him the ability to decide who and what gets investigated, and who and what does not? And just this week, the President — offering an outlandish rationale, ordered an investigation into the investigation of the Russian attack on our electoral process — not to defend the country against further attacks, mind you, but to defend himself. Obviously, ordering investigations is not a legitimate use of presidential power.

I pick this egregious example of recent presidential conduct not because it is rare in terms of this president’s body of work, but because it so perfectly represents what we have tragically grown accustomed to in the past year and a half. Who would have thought that we would ever see encouragement coming from the White House for chants at rallies calling for the jailing of a defeated political opponent. When you don’t even know that there are limits on presidential power, then you might not even care when you are abusing that power.

.......

But I have long believed that the only lasting solutions to the problems before us must involve both sides. Lawmaking should never be an exercise in revenge, because vengeful people are myopic, self-interested, and not fit to lead. I believe that our government should include people who believe as I do, just as I believe it must include people who believe as my friend Tim Kaine does, or as my friend Cory Booker does, to name but two.

The greatness of our system is that it is designed to be difficult, in order to force compromise. And when you honor the system, and seek to govern in good faith, the system works.

Which brings us back to our current peril. It is a testament to our times — and to the inflection point that we face — that I am here today. For, setting aside the usual requirements of politics, and the usual ways that politics keeps score, the things that normally divide us seem trivial compared to the trials that have now been visited upon our democracy.

In the face of these challenges, we agree on something far more important than a legislative program, even more important than our thoughts on the proper role of government in the economy and in the lives of individuals: We agree on the need to safeguard the health and survival of constitutional democracy in America and the preservation of the American idea itself — at a time when the values underpinning our constitutional system and that extraordinary idea are under threat, from the top.

.......

To be clear, we did not become great — and will never be great — by indulging and encouraging our very worst impulses. It doesn’t matter how many red caps you sell.

The historian Jon Meacham, in his splendid new book, The Soul of America, reassures that history shows us that “we are frequently vulnerable to fear, bitterness, and strife.” The good news, he says, “is that we have come through such darkness before.”

Perhaps. But not with both nuclear weapons and Twitter. And certainly not with such an anomalous presidency as this one. But I take your point, Mr. Meacham, and am heartened by it.

We will get through this, of course. But at the moment, we are in it, and we must face it squarely. Because too much is at stake for us to turn away, to leave it to others to defend the things we hold most dear.

A culminating event such as the election of our current president scrambles normal binary notions of politics, and I am as disoriented as many of you are at this dealignment. We find that many of the day’s biggest issues simply don’t break down neatly to familiar ideas of left v. right, but rather more along these lines:

— Do you believe in democracy, or not?

— Are you faithful to your country, or to your party?

— Are you loyal to the law and the Constitution, or to a man?

— Do you reflexively ascribe the worst motives to your opponents, but somehow deny, excuse, or endorse every repulsive thing your compatriot says, does or tweets?

......

There are no tall buttes in Washington. But it is nonetheless our obligation to assess the condition of our politics, then to mitigate and repair the damage.

It is the story of America, though, that we will be better for the hard lessons of this experience. We are much better and more decent than Washington shows us to be. We are a good people. And we are a deeply resourceful and resilient nation, and our greatness is based on no one man — no one man who “alone can fix it,” but rather on enduring ideas of self-governance and the rule of law that have been a model for the world for centuries. Ideas that can be mocked, but not marred.

No, there are no high buttes in Washington, but still we must gain the high ground, and survey the damage. And the thing about gaining the high ground is from up there you can see beyond the damage, too. You can see everything. Everything that is good and decent.

That is the job before us — to get through this, and beyond it. And you’re just the ones to take us there.





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