January 12th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Open Discussion

In an effort to keep the Daily Open Thread a little more open topic we are going to start a new daily thread for “Presidential Politics”. Please use this thread to post anything relating to the Trump/Pence presidential victory.

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1,138 Responses to January 12th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Open Discussion

  1. Martin says:

    Inauguration Day: 8 Days

    Liked by 18 people

  2. citizen817 says:

    Lou Dobbs Commentary

    Lou Dobbs Full Show

    Liked by 16 people

  3. SteveInCO says:

    08 days, 11 hours, 39 minutes left in Oligula’s Reign of Error.

    (Leading zero left on as a memorial to the big Zero at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.)

    That’s 203 hours, 39 minutes.

    Not that I’m counting, mind you.

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  4. Martin says:

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  5. citizen817 says:

    Before the Storm…
    McCain on Greta Van Susternan
    Tuesday Evening 1/10

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  6. Mike says:

    Just a little observation before I log off. Michael Savage on his show today said that they are acting like the election is still going on. I think he is right, They keep doing re-runs of things from the election, which didn’t work then and aren’t working now. I don’t think the commies or “principled conservatives” can wrap their head around the fact that we won, they lost.

    Liked by 11 people

    • Patriot1783 says:

      The last gasps of a dying party.

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    • SteveInCO says:

      I remember watchin a movie in shop class, the purpose of which was to scare us immortal teenagers to whom things just can’t happen, into wearing our eye protection. It shows in graphic detail what happened to someone who didn’t, including the surgery.

      There was a part in there, right after the accident, where the man is screaming for someone to give him his goggles…as if putting them on NOW would retroactively prevent what had happened. He must have been in incredible pain, unable to think clearly.

      But the left is acting the same way: Just let us do this thing we didn’t do, or didn’t do enough, and the election will have gone the other way, retroactively.

      Unlike the man in the movie, the liberals deserve their pain. I hope they keep forgetting their electoral safety glasses.

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  7. Eric Kennedy says:

    Made the mistake of trying to engage never Trumpers on Left and Right on Twitter tonight. As Scott Adams says, cognitive dissonance reigns supreme.

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  8. Lucille says:

    Awwwww…sniff, sniff…soooooo sorry….

    “Thousands of Obama Staffers Unable to Find Work in Trump Dominated D.C.”

    http://truthfeed.com/breaking-thousands-of-obama-staffers-unable-to-find-work-in-trump-dominated-d-c/46217/

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      and won’t find work in the near future coz they will be in prison.

      Liked by 1 person

    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      What the …

      The way I ended up in Baltimore, and so got to know DC so well, was I was looking for a job or education and was WILLING TO MOVE for the opportunity.

      I had NO ONE and NO FAMILIARITY with Bawlmor. Nothing except a folded paper MAP, and a job offer, after an interview elsewhere. Nothing.

      EXCEPT job hunting skills, a work ethic, and a supportive wife. FOLKS: JOT THAT DOWN – THAT IS YOUR SURVIVAL PLAN. The government will not provide you with any of this, and you have NO guarantees in life.

      How may times did I hear my Pops say “life is not fair.” –The best thing he evar said to me.

      Now, y’all just carry on. Pretend you are a redneck after a hurricane or flood, and do ya thing [which means you will probably head out to help Maw before you take care of your hounds and before you go imbibe some well needed hydration].

      God Bless and Peace Out.

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      • nonniemae says:

        A redneck after a hurricane!

        Mississippi redneck right here! After Katrina, everybody was out cutting trees out of the roads and highways! I mean ASAP. I say the only reason those folks got left in NOLA was because the MS rednecks couldn’t get to them and it took a couple of days for the Texas rednecks to realize it was on them to get over there.

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        • justfactsplz says:

          I live in rural Florida. After a hurricane the rednecks around here are the only ones that jump in on clean up mode. They love them chainsaws. They prefer their beer out of the coolers outside than in the refrigerator anyway. They also look for a reason to start a campfire for cooking. It’s like camping out for them.

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        • daughnworks247 says:

          Mississippi Red neck here but I grew up in New Orleans. We can smell a tornado or hurricane coming. if it even looks like bad weather, I ask my husband to take in the chainsaws and get the chains sharpened.
          Husband is a former Boston bred trial lawyer. He used to laugh at me – not anymore.

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          • SteveInCO says:

            I have exactly two (2) trees on my land. Preparedness for a blizzard is parking my 4wd pickup out on the street and bringing in a ton of firewood in case power gets cut. Same principle, very different circumstances.

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      • citizen817 says:

        Baltimore was a nice city to live, work, and play in…up until O’Malley became the mayor in 1999… then it was all downhill. His policies and taxes led to the 3rd world hell hole it is today.

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        • whatfreshnell says:

          Kurt Schmoke was the beginning of the end of Baltimore…Billy Murphy, the Mitchells, etc. but, yeah, the Teflon Leprechaun pushed the huge snowball over the mountainside, as it were.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      The want jobs with no work attached. Unqualified for anything but cheerleading for the Cult Leader. That Halloween Party is over.

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  9. Martin says:

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    • Kaco says:

      I am getting real sick and tired of Bess Kalb’s patronizing tweets to our President-elect.

      Liked by 1 person

      • msmelchizadek says:

        PE Trump’s twitter feed is nothing but HATERS… You have to read through lots of garbage to find any supporters. It’s like the only reason some people get an account is to attack Trump. 😦

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  10. citizen817 says:

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    • Reality Wins says:

      I’m thinking we need to do the postcards to Trump thing again.

      Buy a postcard from the town you live in, write on it:
      “BEST NEWS CONFERENCE EVER!”, and sign your name.

      President Donald J. Trump
      C/O Trump Tower
      725 5th Avenue
      New York, NY 1002

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  11. citizen817 says:

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  12. citizen817 says:

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  13. Martin says:

    I believe I mentioned this sometime last week that I thought it was a genius move for Trump to have his presser scheduled the day after Obama’s “farewell” speech. Nobody is talking about Obama or his “legacy”. He is completely irrelevant thanks to Trump and you know Obama can’t stand it. Too bad. There’s nothing he can do about it.

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  14. citizen817 says:

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    • citizen817 says:

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      • KBR says:

        Deescalate?

        You are beaten. There is no de-escalate. There is only surrender, and beg for mercy.

        Liked by 21 people

      • Jason Ross says:

        Shep and Erin Bernett and NYT send tweets of support to this stooge. I guess they weren’t listening when the ENTIRE MEDIA POOL clapped when Trump shut him up.

        Liked by 6 people

      • litenmaus says:

        The alleged smear campaign against Anderson Cooper’s sex life and his fascination with gerbils has been linked back to political enemies. CNN’s Jim Acosta has turned over evidence to Senator John McCain.

        The alleged evidence included a screen play that had been lying around for about six months and had a couple jelly stains, and a napkin, with a note that was purportedly written by a Russian looking guy who flew to Belgium and had the napkin in his briefcase when he stood next to Trump on the elevator.

        Acosta stands by his rude behavior and believes that he has every right to accuse Anderson. Acosta denies that it hurt his case when it is discovered the screen play was so badly written that Hustler magazine had previously refused to print it. Acosta claims he will be vindicated in his journalistic integrity, just as soon as he locates a gerbil that will testify.

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      • mw says:

        He seems to be missing the point. This isn’t a campaign. Trump won.

        Liked by 3 people

      • donebydesign says:

        CNN has got to be punished.

        On the same day, they performed 2 coordinated attacks against PEOTUS, (double elimination in my book) and hat trick winner Acosta’s tweet should abundantly eliminate any further chance for sitting at the Adult table in future White House press corp briefings.

        I swear I would set an empty chair (thanks Dirty Harry!) FRONT and CENTER with a big placard on it labeled CNN.

        Then deny all badged CNN entry and make them watch like rest of us do – on teevee.

        And let Jeff Zucker crawl in to de escalate their fustercluck…I hear POTUS has a rather full MAGA daily schedule…

        And tell the WH staff to not dust the chair…

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      • Reality Wins says:

        Deescalate? We will deescalate when you find a way to tell the truth and we all know that will never happen!

        Liked by 2 people

  15. Sa_Bi says:

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  16. citizen817 says:

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    • Ron says:

      Rand Paul’s pretty damn solid to be honest. I think his foriegn policy would get us all killed, but he’s usually right. In premise, he’s right about repealing and replacing Obamacare at the same time, too.

      Liked by 2 people

  17. bertdilbert says:

    I love how Trump always hits back with their own stuff. Today’s “Fake News” hit back was yet another excellent example.

    Trump pretty much destroys everyone who goes against him.

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  18. citizen817 says:

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  19. David says:

    Just one thing that Israel did to save American lives. Shalom. Love to all and Trump.

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  20. citizen817 says:

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  21. grainofsalt2 says:

    I agree! This is despicable.

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  22. rsanchez1990 says:

    If Putin likes Rex Tillerson, guess what folks, that’s called an asset, not a liability!

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    • Howie says:

      But cheering for the CIA and its shadowy allies to unilaterally subvert the U.S. election and impose its own policy dictates on the elected president is both warped and self-destructive. Empowering the very entities that have produced the most shameful atrocities and systemic deceit over the last six decades is desperation of the worst kind. Demanding that evidence-free, anonymous assertions be instantly venerated as Truth — despite emanating from the very precincts designed to propagandize and lie — is an assault on journalism, democracy, and basic human rationality. And casually branding domestic adversaries who refuse to go along as traitors and disloyal foreign operatives is morally bankrupt and certain to backfire on those doing it.
      https://theintercept.com/2017/01/11/the-deep-state-goes-to-war-with-president-elect-using-unverified-claims-as-dems-cheer/

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  23. citizen817 says:

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  24. Marygrace Powers says:

    How Globalists Predict Your Behavior/

    by Tyler Durden
    Jan 11, 2017 11:55 PM

    “The truth is, mass surveillance is not done merely for the sake of surveillance, and it is certainly not undertaken for the sake of public safety. There is a greater purpose, and it is something the elites crave dearly — the purpose of total and PREDICTIVE information awareness.”

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-01-11/how-globalists-predict-your-behavior

    PRETTY SCARY/ TRUMP TOUCHED ON THIS TODAY/

    “Not only can spy agencies tap into your web activity and your computer microphone and webcam, but also your cell phone activity. This includes the ability to use cell phone GPS to track every move you make in real time. But cell phones can also be activated while turned off (as long as they have battery power), and your conversations can be recorded while you are none-the-wiser.

    The cell phone is also a powerful tool for video surveillance. Cell phone makers are now getting ready to equip products with facial recognition software, allowing organizations like the NSA to not only track you with your own cell phone, but also track you through OTHER people’s cell phones if they happen to capture your face in their own phone camera. Imagine a world in which the elites have eyes everywhere because nearly everywhere you go someone is holding a cell phone with biometric software”

    YIKES/

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    • anarchist335 says:

      Yeah, be careful Treepers! Even Mark Zuckerberg puts tape over his webcam.

      Smartphones, forget it. If NSA wants too, they can listen to you even if the phone is off.

      Smartphones are built in China for the most part. I don’t carry one.

      Liked by 1 person

      • amjean says:

        Who cares, unless one is a criminal.
        If they want to see the crazy texts
        from my grandchildren, have at it.

        Liked by 1 person

      • SteveInCO says:

        Tape over the webcam. Hell, I don’t have a webcam, and I unplug the mike when it’s not in use.

        I do have a smartphone, but its one where I can remove the battery if I ever need to go “dark” and I taped over the camera that faces you while you work the screen.

        I suspect they can turn the mic on on ANY cell phone, smart or not. That’s why they’re not allowed in classified areas.

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  25. citizen817 says:

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  27. citizen817 says:

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    • SteveInCO says:

      The victory in the election was quite narrow, enhanced in the EC because Trump understands leverage, bigly. He lost the popular vote, recall (yes, I know that most if not all of the margin was illegals in CA, but those votes were counted and are official, and yet he still won the EC).

      HOWEVER, when you consider all that was stacked up against Trump, the media, the illegal vote, the fraud, the zombie vote, the things he labeled as “rigging,” ANY victory is, well, YUGE. If the contest were fair, it would have been an undeniable landslide, both popular and electoral, in Trump’s favor.

      All the media venom in the world didn’t do them enough good.

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      • anarchist335 says:

        Three points:

        The victory was not “quite narrow.”. It was 304 – 227 – 5 – 2.
        Popular vote is meaningless in Presidential election.
        Colorado didn’t even allow Republican primary voters to freakin vote!

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        • ZZZ says:

          and extrapolating the 600% fraud found in 1 michigan county, coupled with permission given to illegals to vote, greatly puts the popular vote win in question.

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        • SteveInCO says:

          It’s certainly true that the aggregate popular vote doesn’t matter. (And that’s a good thing, not that my evaluation of it matters.) But there were 51 separate popular votes that did matter. Greatly. He won quite a few states by very narrow margins, if those had flipped the other way, things would be vastly different. Trump campaigned heavily in those state to eke out those narrow margins. Like I said: “leverage.” A shift of a couple hundred thosamd votes in the right plaves….and we wouldn’t be talking about victory tourettes.

          A true landslide election isn’t like that, you can’t look at it and say a minor shift in a few states would totally changed the result.

          In most elections the EV is far more lopsided than the popular vote, and goes the same way. This one is Extremely unusual in that it was not only more lopsided but even went the other way.

          Not sure why the CO primary is even relevant to the question of whether the national election was close or not. Im fact, it’s utterly irrelevamt.

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      • India Maria says:

        Winning nearly ALL the counties in the entire United States is a MASSIVE victory. Winning 60% of all States is a Landslide. DOCUMENTED Cheating in Philly, Detroit, Nevada, are ONLY THE TiP of the iceberg that will be more thoroughly documented in the next couple years. Trump campaigned to win the Presidency, NOT to win the Fraudulent iLLEGAL ALIEN vote, which is the reason our Founders created the Electoral System: i.e. to justly allow The People to elevate THEIR choice to our highest office by making it difficult to “stuff the ballot” box with fraudulent “popular voting.”

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        • SteveInCO says:

          So after agreeing with Anarchist355 that the (aggregate) popular vote doesn’t matter, I now see this post that claims this was a landslide…on utterly irrelevant grounds like numbers of counties and states won.

          (Don’t get me wrong, I love those graphics, they point out how much of an urban party the Democrats have become. But they aren’t the way the score is kept.)

          Bush 44 also won the vast majority of counties–in fact that’s the first election where people started using counties graphics–yet NO ONE claims that election was a landslide because of it. I never saw county by county graphics but I bet McCain and Romney also won the vast majority of counties, and no one claims they won. When it comes to tallying the score: BFD. What matters is a weighted sum of 51 winner take all popular votes (with slight mods for NE and ME).

          And I pointed out that illegal alien/fraudulent vote was a factor, one of the many rigged-against-Trump factors he overcame. Which is why the impact of the result was far out of proportion to its actual “score.” The liberals are as shell shocked as they would be if it were a 525-13 blowout (like 1984), and rightly so, because they were sure it would be a blowout in their favor. It’s as if an NFL team with a 15-0 record were to go up against a 0-15 team whose “star” players were all benched by injuries in the last week of the regular season, and then lose by one point. It’d be a close game, but a shocker nonetheless. That’s the left’s frame of mind here. That’s why they are having a hard time dealing with it; they didn’t think it was even possible to lose after all the rigging they had done.

          This was a BRILLIANT victory. Trump analyzed the way the EC works, and exploited leverage, brilliantly. And it was a SHOCKING victory, because the opposition didn’t see it coming; I almost even felt their pain, it was so bad 🙂 (OK, no, I didn’t; I’ve been giggling through an extreme case of schadenfreude for over two months). But it was not a landslide. Landslides generally lead to 350+ vote EV victories (if not 400) because the EC is structured such as to usually be a magnifier of the popular vote. And in no landslide has the popular vote gone the opposite way of the EV. (Going the other way has only happened four times…fortunately this was one of them, in fact, this is probably the most extreme case of that happening–like I said, BRILLIANT work, PE Trump!)

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    • litenmaus says:

      I admire the intelligence that James Woods exhibits in his tweets. He’s another that I consider a master of the 140character delivery.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Reality Wins says:

        He has an IQ of 180. To really be impressed, sit and listen to him talk history. He really should have his own history show.

        Liked by 3 people

        • litenmaus says:

          RW, It is true that he is intellectually intelligent and I don’t wish to take that away from him in any way, however

          When it comes to his personal & social life, James Woods has made a lifetime of choices that indicate he is dumb as a box of rocks.

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  28. Lucille says:

    Donald Trump’s Family By His Side During Intense Press Conference
    David Seaman

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  29. deqwik2 says:

    Late night vote in Senate passed in order to pave the way for repeal of Obamacare.

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  30. Best line by Trump “I Won”

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  31. mari says:

    MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD!!!!
    If we really have Trumps back, do something!!! These are the 9 Dem Senators for re-election 2018 in states Trump won!
    Let them hear from us, and ask/tell them to support Trump’s nominations! Trump deserves the right to put HIS team on the field!!!
    America First! …. Deplorable in Colorado!!!
    FL – Nelson, Bill (202) 224-5274
    http://www.billnelson.senate.gov/cont...
    IN – Donnelly, Joe (202) 224-4814
    http://www.donnelly.senate.gov/contac...
    MO – McCaskill, Claire (202) 224-6154
    http://www.mccaskill.senate.gov/conta...
    MT – Tester, Jon (202) 224-2644
    http://www.tester.senate.gov/?p=email...
    OH – Brown, Sherrod (202) 224-2315
    http://www.brown.senate.gov/contact/
    PA – Casey, Robert P., Jr.(202) 224-6324
    http://www.casey.senate.gov/contact/
    WI – Baldwin, Tammy (202) 224-5653
    http://www.baldwin.senate.gov/feedbac...
    WV – Manchin, Joe, 202- 224-954
    http://www.manchin.senate.gov/public/...
    ND – Heitkamp, Heidi 202-224-2043
    http://www.heitkamp.senate.gov/public...

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Great post, Mari. Thankyou.

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    • deqwik2 says:

      Need to call Rubio too. There is a movement for Florida people to call him & oppose Tillerson. There is a phone no in the post but haven’t verified it.
      Part of a post from FB.
      If you oppose Tillerson I urge you to call Rubio’s office. Don’t email, call. First call his DC office at 202-224-3041. Then follow the attached link and find your local office to call. Make it clear that you are a constituent and that you support his opposition to Tillerson.
      Please share with other Florida people:

      I saw a lot of tweets telling Rubio to oppose him also.

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    • SteveInCO says:

      When I see a list like this (Dem senators up for election in states that voted Trump) it usually has ten, not nine, names on it. I’m feeling too lazy to dig one up and compare and say which one got left off this list.

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  32. Jason Ross says:

    Didn’t see this posted yet….
    https://pjmedia.com/trending/2017/01/10/clock-boy-loses-in-court-dads-defamation-lawsuit-dismissed//?singlepage=true
    Apparently they wanted to sue everyone: Fox News, Glenn Beck, the mayor etc.

    I’ve identified a sad pattern in America
    1. Terror Attack occurs…
    2. Law enforcement response: If you see something, say something
    3. People ridiculed/charged with crimes when they say something
    4. Additional terror attack occurs…

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  33. Detective Columbo says:

    There’s just one more little thing that’s bothering me. I’m sure there’s a perfectly reasonable explanation, but I just can’t get it out of my head. Maybe you can help me. You see, it has to do with all that US Uranium the Obama administration allowed to be sold to Russia. It seems like a lot of that Uranium may be ending up in Iran. They say it’s for a nuclear energy program, but they have plenty of oil, so they really don’t need nuclear energy. Besides, the left is not in favor of nuclear energy anyway. They won’t even let us develop a good nuclear power program here in the US, yet they insist on giving Iran our Uranium to develop nuclear energy, which Iran doesn’t need and the left doesn’t want? I can’t seem to make any sense out of this. I know it sounds crazy, but it seems like we are providing a terror supporting nation with the material they need to build nuclear weapons. I’m sure there’s a reasonable explanation, I just can’t figure out what it is.

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    • amjean says:

      Your second to the last sentence is the answer.

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      • decisiontime16 says:

        Moscow will deliver a large shipment of natural uranium to Tehran in compensation for exporting tons of Iranian heavy water for reactor cooling, diplomatic sources told AP, adding the move is approved by the major world powers, including the US.

        Russia, the US, China, France, UK and Germany, the P5+1 powers that negotiated the Iranian nuclear deal in 2015, have recently agreed the delivery of 116 metric tons (nearly 130 tons) of natural uranium to Tehran, two senior diplomats told the agency.

        https://www.rt.com/news/373146-iran-russia-uranium-shipment/

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  34. gringz says:

    I thought this was funny.

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  35. aredtailblog says:

    This is killing me, are there going to be any issues with confirming Trump’s cabinet?

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    • India Maria says:

      No. Honestly, Trump’s cabinet will be confirmed en toto, and I suspect his entire AGENDA as well. His popularity is increasing, and momentum is just beginning for Manufacturing renaissance in the U.S. Jobs, increased wealth, increased morale. The WALL will be a rallying cry for AMERICANS. GOPe and Democrat opposition will be AVALANCHED by millions of awakening CITIZENS. His first 100 days will be breathtaking……My IN-expert opinion of course, but I think it is natural to perpetuate NEGATIVE drama since a) we have hostile media, and b) “battered American Citizen syndrome” has us seeing DISASTER at every VICTORY.

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  36. citizen817 says:

    US Army ask for biodegradable ammunition over fears current ammo could pollute soil and water

    The US Army is seeking proposals for biodegradable training ammunition over environmental concerns, it was reported this week.

    https://www.google.com/amp/www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4107380/amp/US-Army-puts-notice-seeking-biodegradable-ammunition-training-rounds-fears-current-ammo-pollute-soil-water.html

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  37. anarchist335 says:

    Jim Doran says:
    January 9, 2017 at 7:15 pm

    First things first. I do NOT like John McCain. He was an a-hole in the Navy and he’s an a-hole now. That being said, this story is bogus. The truth of the matter is that on occasion things made by man fail. In order for McCain to fire that Zuni rocket he would’ve had to select Master Armament ON, Select Rockets, Select Single, select the station that the rocket pod was mounted on (either 1 or 3), have an Aviation Ordnance go into the wheel well and hit a bypass switch, than McCain would have had to push the firing switch. You cannot fire a rocket on the deck accidently. When the landing gear is down the armament system is safed.

    That being said, prior to connecting a rocket pod to an aircraft, an Aviation Ordnanceman must run a stray voltage test with a meter to ensure that there the electrical circuit to the rocket pod is NOT energized. It is, as yet, unclear whether this took place. The rocket was fired by stray voltage which is, in fact, a mechanical failure of the aircraft system and the pilot has absolutely nothing to do with it.

    At the time of this incident I was an Aviation Ordnanceman Second Class stationed at NAS Lemoore, CA and was an instructor on the Armament Systems of the A-4C and A-4E aircraft.

    Jim “Gunner” Doran
    CWO4, USN (RET)

    (Comment edited by Admin….)

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  38. keebler AC says:

    In case you missed it, LOLFUNNY!

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    • tappin52 says:

      I bet Meryl felt the slap down without even hearing D & S.

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    • “Because I done forgot yo’ name.” Perfect. Boycott these idiot actors with your wallet. They will shut up when it’s hurts them in their pocketbook. Remember “Trading Places” with Eddie Murphy? One of the lines from the movie: “if you want to punish rich people make them poor”. Agreed.

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  39. keebler AC says:

    Another good one!

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