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#1513387 --- 02/23/18 07:03 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: Formermac]
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https://www.politico.com/story/2018/02/2...-charges-423403

New indictments revealed against Manafort after Gates pleads guilty

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#1513391 --- 02/24/18 10:30 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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https://www.msnbc.com/the-last-word/watc...c-1169306179644

Corruption, racism, lack of ethics, money over compassion, just the type of party running this country, any questions as to why things are in such an disarray?

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#1513475 --- 03/03/18 07:03 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: Formermac]
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https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/john-dean-gates-trump_us_5a938492e4b03b55731d85ce

Watergate Figure John Dean Says Rick Gates’ Testimony Could Be The End Of The Trump Presidency

“Increasingly it appears Manafort is the link to Russian collusion.”

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#1513476 --- 03/04/18 06:56 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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My wife and I raise some smart and beautiful, one of the prerequisites for parenting is discipline which makes them responsible adults. Since January 20, 2017, the Republicans have convinced themselves that the Liberals are 'picking" on Trump because they hate him, NO! contrary to their ignorance, we want to have a successful president that changes the country and world for the better and it's time out in ignoring his lack of wisdom, morals and ethics just for their sake. He is running the country into the ground while making the United States the global laughing stock. lastly, let's stop this nonsense of construing Trump as a wise strategist because in reality, his decisions are based more on his sour mood(which is pretty much frequent) A coin toss has a better chance at making a wise decision than Trump's own intellect making that decision. Mr. Trump, time to grow up and act presidential adverse to that of a petulant child.

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#1513508 --- 03/06/18 06:45 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/john-dean-gates-trump_us_5a938492e4b03b55731d85ce

Watergate Figure John Dean Says Rick Gates’ Testimony Could Be The End Of The Trump Presidency

“Increasingly it appears Manafort is the link to Russian collusion.”



After listening to Mr. Nunberg last night, one would think that Trump would take to his twitter account immediately this morning to discredit the information being submitted but as we've figured out a few years ago, Trump and the Republicans dismiss fact and go after the character of any given entity. Granted Nunberg came across as agitated and possibly drunk or drugged altered, there's an old saying that drunk people lose the ability to lie and actually talk too much. Bottom dollar, he and the WH clan are behind closed doors creating a narrative attacking Nunberg's character while circumventing the fact that Nunberg's submissions correlate with what we already know, Trump has been lying for the last 18 months, otherwise, why all the obstruction?

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#1513520 --- 03/06/18 05:36 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/john-dean-gates-trump_us_5a938492e4b03b55731d85ce

Watergate Figure John Dean Says Rick Gates’ Testimony Could Be The End Of The Trump Presidency

“Increasingly it appears Manafort is the link to Russian collusion.”




Another one bites the dust

https://www.cnn.com/2018/03/06/politics/gary-cohn-white-house-tariffs/index.html

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#1513525 --- 03/07/18 05:36 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: Formermac]
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The Republicans are crying about Trump's investigation going on too long.....don't worry, we'll give equal time in regard to his personal affair(s) family, finances etc. Obama's investigation started in 2007 and ended in 2017, wait, Trump is still investigating him. So the way We see it, Mueller's work is only just beginning.

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#1513534 --- 03/07/18 08:29 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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The Republicans and their supporters are showing their hypocrisy once again by stating that Trump's indiscretions are a non issue because they happen 10 years ago, well, explain the fact that Obama was born August 4, 1961 but his birth place was an issue for the next 9 years during campaigning, while in office and after his 2 terms ended. Guess who was the instigator in keeping this lie prevalent? Yes Donald J. Trump, the man that cheated on three wives, colluded with the Russians, is stealing money from the tax payers as we speak and finally,has a approval rating of 34 percent while dealing with damaging scandals on a daily basis. Donald........"payback is truly a B word" frown

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#1513554 --- 03/09/18 01:58 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: Formermac]
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Lawrence O'Donnell Retweeted
Joy Reid
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Mar 7

Per @lawrence: the two people @realDonaldTrump seems to fear most are Vladimir Putin ... and Stormy Daniels.
246 replies 1,009 retweets 4,663 likes

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#1513592 --- 03/10/18 09:52 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2018...iew-sot-ctn.cnn

Trump's EPA chief called him an 'empty vessel'

Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt called Donald Trump an "empty vessel" on the Constitution and rule of law in a February 2016 interview with a local Oklahoma radio show.

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#1513667 --- 03/14/18 01:05 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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Ed Krassenstein
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Conor Lamb’s win in #PA18 proves that Trumpism is dying. The only person who doesn’t know this is Trump himself.
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#1513668 --- 03/15/18 03:04 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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https://www.nationaljournal.com/s/665200?unlock=XR2GH022OZDVE1ET

President Trump is famous for avoiding responsibility, regularly blaming his predecessors for his administration’s shortcomings. Congressional Republicans have learned from his lead, making a sport of blaming lackluster candidates for their own political misfortunes. It’s become a running joke that before every competitive election under Trump, Republican operatives manage—like clockwork—to trash their candidate to the press.

It’s remarkable to see the lengths party leaders will go to avoid the elephant in the room: Trump. The reality is that plenty of mediocre, uninspiring candidates get elected to the House from typically safe districts. The difference this year isn’t the caliber of candidates. It’s that Trump is driving the Republican Party rank-and-file off the proverbial political cliff.

At this point, there have been enough off-year elections, polling data, and candidate-recruiting successes to render a clear verdict: Democrats are solid favorites to retake the House this year. Conor Lamb’s performance in a conservative, blue-collar Pennsylvania congressional district is simply the latest evidence that the makings of a perfect political storm are in play for 2018: energized Democratic turnout, apathetic Republican engagement, and suburban independents (particularly women) running away from the GOP.

The race-by-race tally also suggests the potential of a significant Democratic wave. There are now a whopping 47 Republican-held House seats that are rated as vulnerable by The Cook Political Report; Democrats need to win only around half of them (24) to take back the majority. Pennsylvania’s new congressional map could easily net Democrats five or six seats in the state. Without a competitive gubernatorial and Senate race in California, seven GOP-held seats in the state are at risk of flipping. Those two states alone get Democrats halfway back to power.

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#1513677 --- 03/15/18 07:45 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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Republican Senator Kennedy just introduced a bill banning pets from being placed in an overhead bin during airline flights due to a dog dying during a recent flight. Only a month ago, 17 students were mercilessly mowed down by a crazed gunman, yes you've guess right, the Republicans are offering more guns to resolve the issue with no bill to maybe prevent more massacres in the future.


https://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/airpla...ead-bin-n856361




http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/37854...ern-for-airline

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#1513681 --- 03/15/18 12:08 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
https://www.nationaljournal.com/s/665200?unlock=XR2GH022OZDVE1ET

President Trump is famous for avoiding responsibility, regularly blaming his predecessors for his administration’s shortcomings. Congressional Republicans have learned from his lead, making a sport of blaming lackluster candidates for their own political misfortunes. It’s become a running joke that before every competitive election under Trump, Republican operatives manage—like clockwork—to trash their candidate to the press.

It’s remarkable to see the lengths party leaders will go to avoid the elephant in the room: Trump. The reality is that plenty of mediocre, uninspiring candidates get elected to the House from typically safe districts. The difference this year isn’t the caliber of candidates. It’s that Trump is driving the Republican Party rank-and-file off the proverbial political cliff.

At this point, there have been enough off-year elections, polling data, and candidate-recruiting successes to render a clear verdict: Democrats are solid favorites to retake the House this year. Conor Lamb’s performance in a conservative, blue-collar Pennsylvania congressional district is simply the latest evidence that the makings of a perfect political storm are in play for 2018: energized Democratic turnout, apathetic Republican engagement, and suburban independents (particularly women) running away from the GOP.

The race-by-race tally also suggests the potential of a significant Democratic wave. There are now a whopping 47 Republican-held House seats that are rated as vulnerable by The Cook Political Report; Democrats need to win only around half of them (24) to take back the majority. Pennsylvania’s new congressional map could easily net Democrats five or six seats in the state. Without a competitive gubernatorial and Senate race in California, seven GOP-held seats in the state are at risk of flipping. Those two states alone get Democrats halfway back to power.


And if they all run on a pro 2nd amendment, anti-abortion, anti-establishment platform (like Lamb did) --- GREAT


Edited by cwjga (03/15/18 12:08 PM)
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#1513683 --- 03/15/18 12:38 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: cwjga]
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Your logic doesn't factor into the equation. There are only two scenarios, both which makes you a liar, either the voters turned against Trump's narratives from the 2016 National election or there was an evolution of mindset from both voters and candidate whereas Mr. Lamb decided to stay Liberal and apply common sense. I'll say emphatically that both were the deciding factor.


https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/...ts-rick-saccone


Edited by Formermac (03/15/18 12:41 PM)

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#1513684 --- 03/15/18 12:49 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: cwjga]
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I'm waiting for your spin that tax cuts won it for Conner Lamb
or was it the tariffs? maybe the lack of health care, or how about high gun volume? Equality toward people irrespective of race or gender? Every one of these topics were covered in your frequent submission of cartoons supporting Trump, apparently the voters of Pennsylvania decided that there need to be a change of narrative and destructive direction the country is heading. Donald Trump never apologized for bad behavior, bad decisions, cheating on his wife, lying to the American citizen and recently lying to the president of Canada, any way you look at it, he's either a sociopath, pathologically and mentally disturbed and it seems that it's contagious because you spin like a flying saucer attempting to correct your previous mistakes and lies. laugh

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#1513715 --- 03/17/18 08:37 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: Formermac]
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http://www.upworthy.com/it-s-official-jimmy-fallon-will-be-at-the-march-for-our-lives?c=ufb0&s=p

It's official: Jimmy Fallon will be at the March for Our Lives.


After expressing sympathies for the students and teachers who lost their lives when a 19-year-old gunman tore through the school on Feb. 14, Fallon explained why he's been so in awe of the student survivors.
"I think what the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are doing is unbelievable," he began his monologue

https://marchforourlives.com/

March For Our Lives

On March 24, the kids and families of March For Our Lives will take to the streets of Washington DC to demand that their lives and safety become a priority and that we end this epidemic of mass school shootings. The collective voices of the March For Our Lives movement will be heard. Join us in DC or march in your own community.

Join one of the 769 Events Worldwide



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#1513720 --- 03/17/18 09:42 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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#1513723 --- 03/17/18 10:19 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: cwjga]
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Everything is comical and adolescence isn't it? I was going to state that you need to act your age but after careful consideration, you're struggling to get out of training pants and building blocks....remember those? grin

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#1513738 --- 03/19/18 09:51 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: cwjga]
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This idiot of a POTUS tweets this morning about a total "witch hunt" implying that Mueller's team searching efforts are all for naught but simultaneously fails to give a 30 year FBI servant even the decency of due process, especially when McGabe stands to lose his pension because of a unilateral, vindictive and selfish move. When it's all said and done, Trump's demise will be swift and decisive after a long string of evidence is presented. Take your time Bob Mueller, the fool is starting to feel the heats on the back of his neck knowing full well that he is guilty as Hell and all the bloviating and blustering won't deter Mueller none what so ever.

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