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#1497098 --- 03/28/17 01:12 PM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: Timbo]
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Originally Posted By: Timbo
If you don't like how democracy works, I suggest you move somewhere that doesn't 'suffer' from that 'problem'.

Originally Posted By: Timbo
Lesson for Today - Democracy:Colluding with Hostile Foreign Nations to install a puppet fascist leader, is categorically UN-Democratic. In FACT, it's Treasonous.



so when will you take your own advice and move? whistle
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#1497099 --- 03/28/17 01:19 PM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: bluezone]
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Originally Posted By: Timbo
Lesson for Today - Democracy:Colluding with Hostile Foreign Nations to install a puppet fascist leader, is categorically UN-Democratic. In FACT, it's Treasonous.


hillary did not want to be president - she was off the campaign trail more than on it

she was pushed into cuz the democrats thought she would win because of her gender
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#1497101 --- 03/28/17 01:43 PM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: bluezone]
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If you're unfamiliar with the partisan landscape of state legislatures across the country in recent years, here's a quick primer: With precious few, deep blue exceptions, Republicans have dominated. During the Obama era, the GOP gained hundreds upon hundreds of seats in state-level governing bodies; they currently control 68 of 99 chambers nationwide. The popular backlash to Obamaism was swift, deep, and now complete: The Republican Party now rules DC, too



Originally Posted By: Timbo
Lesson for Today - Democracy:Colluding with Hostile Foreign Nations to install a puppet fascist leader, is categorically UN-Democratic. In FACT, it's Treasonous.


must be the democrats lost hundreds of seats due to a 'hostile foreign nation' and not cuz of obama...
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#1497103 --- 03/28/17 02:13 PM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: bluezone]
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Originally Posted By: bluezone
Originally Posted By: Timbo
Lesson for Today - Democracy:Colluding with Hostile Foreign Nations to install a puppet fascist leader, is categorically UN-Democratic. In FACT, it's Treasonous.

hillary did not want to be president - she was off the campaign trail more than on it

she was pushed into cuz the democrats thought she would win because of her gender

Wow! You're a true reductionist, aren't you? eek
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#1497104 --- 03/28/17 02:15 PM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: bluezone]
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Originally Posted By: bluezone
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If you're unfamiliar with the partisan landscape of state legislatures across the country in recent years, here's a quick primer: With precious few, deep blue exceptions, Republicans have dominated. During the Obama era, the GOP gained hundreds upon hundreds of seats in state-level governing bodies; they currently control 68 of 99 chambers nationwide. The popular backlash to Obamaism was swift, deep, and now complete: The Republican Party now rules DC, too
Originally Posted By: Timbo
Lesson for Today - Democracy: Colluding with Hostile Foreign Nations to install a puppet fascist leader, is categorically UN-Democratic. In FACT, it's Treasonous. mad

must be the democrats lost hundreds of seats due to a 'hostile foreign nation' and not cuz of obama...

That AND a massive Dumbing-Down of right-voting Americans, yes.
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#1497105 --- 03/28/17 02:22 PM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: bluezone]
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Originally Posted By: bluezone
Originally Posted By: Timbo
If you don't like how democracy works, I suggest you move somewhere that doesn't 'suffer' from that 'problem'.

Originally Posted By: Timbo
Lesson for Today - Democracy:Colluding with Hostile Foreign Nations to install a puppet fascist leader, is categorically UN-Democratic. In FACT, it's Treasonous.



so when will you take your own advice and move? whistle


Ted Kennedy colluded with Russia to take down Reagan.

Ted Kennedy's Soviet Gambit
Picking his way through the Soviet archives that Boris Yeltsin had just thrown open, in 1991 Tim Sebastian, a reporter for the London Times, came across an arresting memorandum. Composed in 1983 by Victor Chebrikov, the top man at the KGB, the memorandum was addressed to Yuri Andropov, the top man in the entire USSR. The subject: Sen. Edward Kennedy.

“On 9-10 May of this year,” the May 14 memorandum explained, “Sen. Edward Kennedy’s close friend and trusted confidant [John] Tunney was in Moscow.” (Tunney was Kennedy’s law school roommate and a former Democratic senator from California.) “The senator charged Tunney to convey the following message, through confidential contacts, to the General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Y. Andropov.”

Kennedy’s message was simple. He proposed an unabashed quid pro quo. Kennedy would lend Andropov a hand in dealing with President Reagan. In return, the Soviet leader would lend the Democratic Party a hand in challenging Reagan in the 1984 presidential election. “The only real potential threats to Reagan are problems of war and peace and Soviet-American relations,” the memorandum stated. “These issues, according to the senator, will without a doubt become the most important of the election campaign.”

Kennedy made Andropov a couple of specific offers.

First he offered to visit Moscow. “The main purpose of the meeting, according to the senator, would be to arm Soviet officials with explanations regarding problems of nuclear disarmament so they may be better prepared and more convincing during appearances in the USA.” Kennedy would help the Soviets deal with Reagan by telling them how to brush up their propaganda.

Then he offered to make it possible for Andropov to sit down for a few interviews on American television. “A direct appeal … to the American people will, without a doubt, attract a great deal of attention and interest in the country. … If the proposal is recognized as worthy, then Kennedy and his friends will bring about suitable steps to have representatives of the largest television companies in the USA contact Y.V. Andropov for an invitation to Moscow for the interviews. … The senator underlined the importance that this initiative should be seen as coming from the American side.”

Kennedy would make certain the networks gave Andropov air time–and that they rigged the arrangement to look like honest journalism.

Kennedy’s motives? “Like other rational people,” the memorandum explained, “[Kennedy] is very troubled by the current state of Soviet-American relations.” But that high-minded concern represented only one of Kennedy’s motives.

“Tunney remarked that the senator wants to run for president in 1988,” the memorandum continued. “Kennedy does not discount that during the 1984 campaign, the Democratic Party may officially turn to him to lead the fight against the Republicans and elect their candidate president.”

Kennedy proved eager to deal with Andropov–the leader of the Soviet Union, a former director of the KGB and a principal mover in both the crushing of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution and the suppression of the 1968 Prague Spring–at least in part to advance his own political prospects.

In 1992, Tim Sebastian published a story about the memorandum in the London Times. Here in the U.S., Sebastian’s story received no attention. In his 2006 book, The Crusader: Ronald Reagan and the Fall of Communism, historian Paul Kengor reprinted the memorandum in full. “The media,” Kengor says, “ignored the revelation.”

“The document,” Kengor continues, “has stood the test of time. I scrutinized it more carefully than anything I’ve ever dealt with as a scholar. I showed the document to numerous authorities who deal with Soviet archival material. No one has debunked the memorandum or shown it to be a forgery. Kennedy’s office did not deny it.”

Why bring all this up now? No evidence exists that Andropov ever acted on the memorandum–within eight months, the Soviet leader would be dead–and now that Kennedy himself has died even many of the former senator’s opponents find themselves grieving. Yet precisely because Kennedy represented such a commanding figure–perhaps the most compelling liberal of our day–we need to consider his record in full.

Doing so, it turns out, requires pondering a document in the archives of the politburo.

When President Reagan chose to confront the Soviet Union, calling it the evil empire that it was, Sen. Edward Kennedy chose to offer aid and comfort to General Secretary Andropov. On the Cold War, the greatest issue of his lifetime, Kennedy got it wrong.

Peter Robinson, a research fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and a former White House speechwriter, writes a weekly column for Forbes.

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Remember Obama telling Russia - just wait till after the election I'll have more flexibility.

Funny how Kennedy nor Obama were arrested for treason. Funny also that Russia's attempts to influence our elections have always been in favor of Dems, and most likely was this time too.

But now it's suddenly a problem. The hypocritical left.
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#1497107 --- 03/28/17 04:54 PM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: cwjga]
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http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world...crime/98321252/

To expand his real estate developments over the years, Donald Trump, his company and partners repeatedly turned to wealthy Russians and oligarchs from former Soviet republics — several allegedly connected to organized crime, according to a USA TODAY review of court cases, government and legal documents and an interview with a former federal prosecutor.

The president and his companies have been linked to at least 10 wealthy former Soviet businessmen with alleged ties to criminal organizations or money laundering.

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#1497108 --- 03/28/17 06:22 PM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: cwjga]
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Originally Posted By: cwjga
The hypocritical left.

Uhhhh... I think you mean "The Gullible Right". whistle

http://www.politifact.com/punditfact/sta...-back-door-lin/

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#1497110 --- 03/29/17 06:52 AM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: kyle585]
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AMERICAN COMPANIES OPERATING IN RUSSIA

SUBMITTED BY CHRISTIAN ON FRI, 12/16/2016 - 17:30
In total there are almost 3,000 American companies in Russia, and the U.S. is also the leader in terms of foreign companies in Special Economic Zones, with 11 projects.

3M
Abbott Laboratories
AbbVie
AECOM
Air Products
Albermarle Chemicals Representative Office
Alcoa SMZ (Alcoa Russia)
American Express Russia & CIS
AmeRussia St.Petersburg, Russia
Amrustrans
Amsted Rail Company
Amway Russia
Apple
Armstrong World Industries
Autodesk
Avis Russia
Avon Beauty Products Company
Black & Decker, Moscow Representative Office
Boeing Russia
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Brown-Forman Russia
Burger King
Cameron
Cargill
Caterpillar Eurasia
Caterpillar Tosno
Celgene Corporation
Chevron
Cisco Systems
Citi Russia
Citibank, Saint-Petersburg Branch
Coca-Cola System in Russia
Colgate-Palmolive
Compressor Controls Corporation
CononoPhillips Russia
Corning SNG
Crate & Barrel
Cummins Incorporated
Dell
Delta Air Lines
Dolby
Dow Europe
DuPont Science and Technologies
Eaton
Ecolab
ExxonMobil
Fluor Entrprises Group
Ford Sollers Holding
Forever 21
General Electric
General Motors Russia & cIS
Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories
Goldman Sachs
Google
Halliburton
Herbalife International RS
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Hilton Russia
Honeywell
Huntsman CIS
IBM East Europe/Asia (NW Region Branch)
IBM East Europe/Asia
Intel
International Paper Russia, Moscow Branch
John Deere Rus
Johnson & Johnson
Johnson Controls International
JP Morgan
KBR East
Kellogg Rus
KFC
Kimberly-Clark
Kinross Gold Corporation, Moscow Representative Office
Krispy Kreme
Levi Strauss Moscow
Lexmark International
Liberty Insurance
Lilly Pharma
Mars Inc.
Mary Kay
MasterCard International
McDonald’s Russia
Medtronic
Metlife
Microsoft RUS
Mondelez International
Morgan Stanley
Motorola Solutions
Motorola Solutions, St. Petersburg Software Design Center
MSD Pharmaceuticals
NBCUniversal
Nike
NVIDIA
OCV Steklovolokno (Owens Corning)
Oracle Development SPB
OTIS Lift
PepsiCo
Pfizer
Philip Morris Izhora
Philip Morris Sales & Marketing
Procter & Gamble
Qualcomm Europe, Russia Branch Office
RAND Corporation
SC Johnson
Sealed Air
Sherwin-Williams
Software Technologies
Standard & Poor’s Credit Market Services Europe Limited
Starbucks
Subway Russia
Tenneco Automotive Volga
The Estee Lauder Companies
The Walt Disney Company, CIS
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Timken-Rus Service Company
United Technologies International Operations
United Way of Russia
Visa
Walt Disney Studios Sony Pictures Releasing
Western Union
Wrigley, A subsidiary of Mars, Incorporated-St. Petersburg Branch
Xerox
YRIR (YUM! Restaurants International Russia and CIS)
* Law firms, Consulting firms, Real Estate firms not included.

123 US companies. Must all be allegedly connected to alleged criminals, allegedly.
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#1497111 --- 03/29/17 06:57 AM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world...crime/98321252/

To expand his real estate developments over the years, Donald Trump, his company and partners repeatedly turned to we
althy Russians and oligarchs from former Soviet republics — several allegedly connected to organized crime, according to a USA TODAY review of court cases, government and legal documents and an interview with a former federal prosecutor.

The president and his companies have been linked to at least 10 wealthy former Soviet businessmen with alleged ties to criminal organizations or money laundering.




Good reading, mark this day when it can be stated that a racist crook (Donald Trump) will leave the White House, not in shame because nothing shames this idiot but he will blame everyone else from the train wrecks he caused, go back to his business that he never left in the first place (Trump sheeple ignorantly believes that he follows very law to the letter)and handed the empire over to his kids. whistle
I have a orange color bridge in California up for sale.

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#1497112 --- 03/29/17 07:05 AM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: cwjga]
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Originally Posted By: cwjga
AMERICAN COMPANIES OPERATING IN RUSSIA

SUBMITTED BY CHRISTIAN ON FRI, 12/16/2016 - 17:30
In total there are almost 3,000 American companies in Russia, and the U.S. is also the leader in terms of foreign companies in Special Economic Zones, with 11 projects.

3M
Abbott Laboratories
AbbVie
AECOM
Air Products
Albermarle Chemicals Representative Office
Alcoa SMZ (Alcoa Russia)
American Express Russia & CIS
AmeRussia St.Petersburg, Russia
Amrustrans
Amsted Rail Company
Amway Russia
Apple
Armstrong World Industries
Autodesk
Avis Russia
Avon Beauty Products Company
Black & Decker, Moscow Representative Office
Boeing Russia
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Brown-Forman Russia
Burger King
Cameron
Cargill
Caterpillar Eurasia
Caterpillar Tosno
Celgene Corporation
Chevron
Cisco Systems
Citi Russia
Citibank, Saint-Petersburg Branch
Coca-Cola System in Russia
Colgate-Palmolive
Compressor Controls Corporation
CononoPhillips Russia
Corning SNG
Crate & Barrel
Cummins Incorporated
Dell
Delta Air Lines
Dolby
Dow Europe
DuPont Science and Technologies
Eaton
Ecolab
ExxonMobil
Fluor Entrprises Group
Ford Sollers Holding
Forever 21
General Electric
General Motors Russia & cIS
Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories
Goldman Sachs
Google
Halliburton
Herbalife International RS
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Hilton Russia
Honeywell
Huntsman CIS
IBM East Europe/Asia (NW Region Branch)
IBM East Europe/Asia
Intel
International Paper Russia, Moscow Branch
John Deere Rus
Johnson & Johnson
Johnson Controls International
JP Morgan
KBR East
Kellogg Rus
KFC
Kimberly-Clark
Kinross Gold Corporation, Moscow Representative Office
Krispy Kreme
Levi Strauss Moscow
Lexmark International
Liberty Insurance
Lilly Pharma
Mars Inc.
Mary Kay
MasterCard International
McDonald’s Russia
Medtronic
Metlife
Microsoft RUS
Mondelez International
Morgan Stanley
Motorola Solutions
Motorola Solutions, St. Petersburg Software Design Center
MSD Pharmaceuticals
NBCUniversal
Nike
NVIDIA
OCV Steklovolokno (Owens Corning)
Oracle Development SPB
OTIS Lift
PepsiCo
Pfizer
Philip Morris Izhora
Philip Morris Sales & Marketing
Procter & Gamble
Qualcomm Europe, Russia Branch Office
RAND Corporation
SC Johnson
Sealed Air
Sherwin-Williams
Software Technologies
Standard & Poor’s Credit Market Services Europe Limited
Starbucks
Subway Russia
Tenneco Automotive Volga
The Estee Lauder Companies
The Walt Disney Company, CIS
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Timken-Rus Service Company
United Technologies International Operations
United Way of Russia
Visa
Walt Disney Studios Sony Pictures Releasing
Western Union
Wrigley, A subsidiary of Mars, Incorporated-St. Petersburg Branch
Xerox
YRIR (YUM! Restaurants International Russia and CIS)
* Law firms, Consulting firms, Real Estate firms not included.

123 US companies. Must all be allegedly connected to alleged criminals, allegedly.


So can we assume that all these companies took part in the election hacking? While on the subject, some of our major nemeses such as Japan, Korea and China owns half of NY City while we owe Billions of dollars to China. The tires you ride on are more than likely made in China, explain what type of cars we drive made outside of Chevrolet, Ford and Chrysler, I love you fast talking Conservatives, you see a shiny object and go across heavy traffic while caution goes to the wind.


https://www.thebalance.com/u-s-debt-to-china-how-much-does-it-own-3306355




https://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/08/nyreg...ondos.html?_r=0

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#1497114 --- 03/29/17 07:20 AM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: cwjga]
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I love the fact that you only reiterate the fact that Trump is a liar when he states that he bring all these companies back to the states, he can start with a gesture of good faith by bringing his own foreign factories and corporation back so his $1.00 made ties and shirts would double in price here due to a set minimum wage.

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#1497116 --- 03/29/17 07:52 AM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: bluezone]
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Originally Posted By: Timbo
If you don't like how democracy works, I suggest you move somewhere that doesn't 'suffer' from that 'problem'.

Originally Posted By: Timbo
Lesson for Today - Democracy:Colluding with Hostile Foreign Nations to install a puppet fascist leader, is categorically UN-Democratic. In FACT, it's Treasonous.



so when will you take your own advice and move? whistle

thought there were a number of celebrities that said they would move out of the country if hillary lost

you may be able to go along with them... grin
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#1497117 --- 03/29/17 07:59 AM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: bluezone]
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"Unhinged & Dangerous" have you taken the time to understand the meaning of the term? It's apparent that your medication is in need of modification due to the fact that you're acting like kid who has ADHD or some type of hyperactive disorder...you're ALL over the place and everything you express, makes no practical or logical sense.

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#1497119 --- 03/29/17 08:10 AM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: Formermac]
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After you're done speaking erratically, I'll be quiet and let your own words reiterate the mental assessment of youself. YOU MAY BEGIN.

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#1497122 --- 03/29/17 11:07 AM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: Formermac]
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Originally Posted By: Formermac
After you're done speaking erratically, I'll be quiet and let your own words reiterate the mental assessment of youself. YOU MAY BEGIN.

BZ's completely given up trying.

Just the remaining flotsam and jetsam belching from the inevitable rupture brought about by years of untendered rage ignorance, frustration, prejudice and insecurity.
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#1497128 --- 03/29/17 01:53 PM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: kyle585]
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REPORT: JOHN PODESTA RECEIVED $35 MILLION FROM RUSSIA, HAS STOCK IN RUSSIAN COMPANY

In 2011, John Podesta joins the board of this very small energy company called Joule Energy based out of Massachusetts. About two months after he joins the board of a Russian entity called Rusnano, puts a billion rubles which is about 35-million-dollars into John Podesta’s company.

Now, what is Rusnano? It’s not a private company. It is directly funded by the Kremlin. In fact, the Russian science minister called Rusnano Putin’s child.

So, you have the Russian government investing in one John Podesta’s business in 2011, while he is an advisor to Hillary Clinton at the State Department.
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#1497130 --- 03/29/17 02:11 PM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: cwjga]
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You can be rest assured that Trump's problems are monumental to say the least, poor supporters are sweaty, nervous and anticipating a major upheaval to the Trump regime but you can continue the distractions, the Feds are closing in, while innocent people have nothing to hide and keep their mouths shut ,crooks look for plausible alibies attempting to justify their crimes. Don't look good sonny. wink

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#1497139 --- 03/29/17 07:15 PM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: Formermac]
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Exactly where to build the wall is something I had not thought about. Does the Trump administration really think Mexico would let us build it on their land? What are they drinking?

http://www.salon.com/2017/03/29/interior...the-rio-grande/

There is virtually no chance that President Donald Trump’s proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border will be paid for by Mexico — despite his repeated campaign pledges — and now the White House is signaling that the massive construction project may not even take place inside U.S. territory.

Trump’s Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke made the media rounds this week to sell the president’s efforts to roll back environmental protections. The former Montana congressman promised a “very pro-Western” administration that plans to relax protections for threatened jaguars, which live in northern Mexico and parts of the U.S. Southwest, in order to build Trump’s border wall.

But Zinke, as admitted to energy and environmental outlet E&E News, Trump’s wall may even have to be built on Mexican territory, not American territory, in accordance with the terrain along the border.

“The border is complicated, as far as building a physical wall,” Zinke told E&E News’ Corbin Hiar. “The Rio Grande, what side of the river are you going to put the wall? We’re not going to put it on our side and cede the river to Mexico. And we’re probably not going to put it in the middle of the river.”

According to international treaties signed between the U.S. and Mexico, the 1,200-mile long Rio Grande is the official border between the two countries.

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#1497146 --- 03/30/17 06:33 AM Re: "Unhinged & Dangerous: [Re: kyle585]
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Today is Trump's 71st day in office and the disturbing fact is he has cause more damage in this short period than Bill Clinton, GW Bush and Barack Obama put together, with one exception, Bush sent 6000 military personnel to their death.

I see this morning that his approval rating dropped to another record low of 35%

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