February 6th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #18

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1,129 Responses to February 6th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #18

  1. Dora says:

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  5. FofBW says:

    IMO President Trump has strategically decided to expose early on the hyproceacy and deception of the globalists.

    Perhaps he is already setting the 2018 stage blowout. Now it is done or die for the globalists.

    Too bad for them. They are taking on the lion.

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  6. another state “right to work”

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  7. Trainer says:

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  8. jeans2nd says:

    A thought for the military minds here to play with –
    “U.S. should expand missile defense due to North Korea, Iran: lawmaker” http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-congress-missiles-idUSKBN15L2CY
    The “lawmaker” saying this is Max Thornberry.

    FTA – “…Jim Mattis, Trump’s defense secretary, told South Korea last week that Washington and Seoul would stand “shoulder-to-shoulder” to face the threat from North Korea.

    Both South Korea and the United States have recommitted to plans to deploy an $800 million advanced missile defense system in South Korea later this year….”

    Give our allies missile defense, bring our soldiers home to protect us here?

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    • Bull Durham says:

      The THAAD missile system to be installed in South Korea threatens China and Russia because its missiles used to shoot down N,K. missiles could easily be missiles to attack China or Russia.

      S400 Russian and Chinese missile defenses will be positioned to nullify the THAAD missiles. They have no choice. They can’t wait to see missiles flying are actually going into North Korea and not into China’s petroleum sector in Heilongjiang Province or into Russia’s Far East oil, gas and crucial port areas.

      Though missile defense systems sound defensive they use cruise missiles and those missiles are nuke-capable. A Tomahawk missile in the air is a mortal threat, and China and Russia have legitimate concerns about the US installing these in So. Korea.

      Similar concerns about the Aegis-style missile defenses in Romania and Poland. These upset the viability of nuclear defenses. Upsetting the balance of strategic nuclear deterrence is a real global stability issue.

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      • jeans2nd says:

        Thanks. Found this from World Socialist Web Site (yup, that it what it is called).

        “US defence secretary backs Japan, threatens war against China over disputed islets” https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2017/02/06/matt-f06.html

        FTA – (Mattis said) “What we have to do is exhaust all efforts, diplomatic efforts, to try to resolve this (Japan/China) properly, maintaining open lines of communication. At this time, we do not see any need for dramatic military moves.”

        Perhaps these poor socialists need to learn to speak U.S. Marine American? what a bunch of dummies…

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  9. this is good! Hope it passes!

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  10. MfM says:

    Earlier today Kelm wrote a good post on the propaganda that the left is pushing. During lunch I read an article someone had posted on FB – “Intolerant Liberals”. It is far from pro-Trump, but it certainly looked that way from the thumbnail.

    That article is saying exactly the sort of things all my Democrat and Leftist ‘friends’ actually think. Reading it after reading Kelm’s post gave me insight into how the propaganda is spread. It sounds so reasonable and well thought out and if anyone didn’t agree with everything in it you were a bad person. The leaps of logic in the article were amazing. So were the absolute lies that have been repeated so often that the left take them as truth.

    View story at Medium.com

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  11. Lucille says:

    Reality Check: 84 Lumber’s Pro-Illegal Ad Ignores a Deadly Truth
    MRCTV .org

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  12. BecNY says:

    If Betsy DeVos can’t make it through Senate Confirmation because of the leftist arguments that she has no experience with public school systems, then Pres. Trump should nominate Eva Moskowitz. She definitely has public school experience and is a no holds bar advocate for children in New York City. So the leftists couldn’t use that lame excuse. I am kind of surprised Trump did not nominate her from the get-go. Of course, Ms. Moskowitz’s nomination would set the teacher’s unions on fire.

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  13. hearing tomorrow!

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  14. John Doe says:

    Please don’t take this the wrong way, I absolutely love President Trump, campaigned hard here in Ohio and attended the Inauguration. But, honestly, the SNL skit of Sean Spicer was the, by far, funniest thing I have ever seen on that show. I don’t know how to post videos, and maybe other posters would be offended, but it was seriously hysterical.

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  15. Gil says:

    Ok this is funny….roger that! Tom Brady…

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  16. FofBW says:

    I guess there was no news conference today then?

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  17. big bad mike says:

    These lunatics are more than insane – now they hallucinate that President Trump walks the halls of the White House after 6:30 PM in his bathrobe – checking out unfamiliar rooms. LOL. I haven’t heard such psychobabble since college when my buddies were tripping their brains out on Windowpane. And that was 40 years ago.

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  18. Pam says:

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  22. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Nancy be trippin’, yo.
    Can’t work with president bush.

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  23. mcfyre2012 says:

    Wow…biased much ?

    ABC Evening News running SNL skits on Spicer and Betsy Devos.

    I guess mockery is news ?

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  24. Marygrace Powers says:

    Eric Holder’s Airbnb Runs Controversial #WeAccept Multiculturalism Ad/

    JEROME HUDSON 6 Feb 2017/

    “The tens of millions of Americans watching Super Bowl LI Sunday night were treated to a politically-charged advertisement from home-sharing company Airbnb, which launched its #WeAccept ad campaign with a 30-second spot highlighting diversity and multiculturalism.
    “No matter who you are, where you’re from, who you love, or who you worship, you deserve to belong,” Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky wrote on Sunday with a link to the #WeAccept campaign, which shows the faces of people of various ages, races, and religions along with the inspiring message.

    Former U.S. attorney general Eric Holder — who was hired by Airbnb last July “to help craft a world-class anti-discrimination policy” — also tweeted about the #WeAccept campaign.

    In his role at the $30 billion home-sharing company, Holder is crafting the company’s anti-discrimination and housing policy, according to Chesky.

    Airbnb users received an email on Monday morning detailing the company’s intentions to provide housing for 100,000 people over the next five years, including refugees.”

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2017/02/06/eric-holders-airbnb-runs-weaccept-super-bowl-ad/

    PREDICTION/ Holder’s AirBnb Policies = DISASTER/
    COMING TO A NEIGHBORHOOD NEAR YOU/

    Comments/

    drperry Seen2013 • 5 hours ago

    America is not a flop house, and Holder is a dangerous ‘progressive’ with a chip on his shoulder.

    So many dangerous individuals planted in high places, over decades. The long game that was supposed to have ended in checkmate with Clinton vs. Bush.

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    Tyrannicus_Rex drperry • 5 hours ago
    Multiculturalism:

    Drug Culture
    Gang Culture
    IRS abusing tax payers culture
    Fake news culture
    Black Lies Culture
    Murderous government culture

    What happened to get a job, buy a house and take vacations culture?

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  25. Pam says:

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  30. Peter says:

    This is what the liberals are “sharing”
    Absolutely clueless and they are deranged

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  31. Pam says:

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  32. E C says:

    Oh brother. Oreilly on. A show about himself.

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  33. muffyroberts says:

    Are you guys going to put up with Oreilly, so as to watch his interview with President Trump?

    After his opening comments about Putin, I’m not. You guys can fill me in. Be back when Tucker starts.

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  34. Landslide says:

    President Trump on O’Reilly—-tax cut by end of year. Obamacare replacement “rudiments” by end of year–and rest the next year.

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    • CheeseHead says:

      Wish President Trump had added to his answers “if Paul Ryan gets his house in order and Mitch McConnell learns to win”. Pressure needs to be put on the do nothing congress.

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  35. Landslide says:

    California on collision course w/rest of country—Trump says we will not stand for sanctuary cities, much less states.

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  36. Eric Kennedy says:

    Make America Great Again March
    When: March 25
    Where: Various locations around the country
    Link also includes link to their Facebook Page (bottom of page)

    http://www.magamarch.org/

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  37. jeans2nd says:

    Good news, more winning.

    Trump Is Facing More Than 50 Lawsuits Just Two Weeks Into His Presidency http://www.forbes.com/sites/niallmccarthy/2017/02/06/trump-is-facing-more-than-50-lawsuits-just-two-weeks-into-his-presidency-infographic/#70037a707317

    “lawsuits against Trump’s travel ban were filed in 17 different states by doctors, professors, students, refugees and Iraqis who worked together with the U.S. military. All in all, 40 lawsuits were brought against the travel ban, nine were related to civil rights and four were about general immigration. Trump also faces a further lawsuit about financial conflicts of interest and federal funds to sanctuary cities.”

    We are making the alt-left spend all their time and money on attorneys. Quick, more Executive Orders please. Throw in a few more Senate Cabinet Confirmation battles, Freedom Caucus in the House let’s make some noise! Gotta keep those little kids in the media busy, yes?

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  38. lbmomblog says:

    hi all, need a little advise, on a good spyware type of item, what is a good one, looking for minimal expense.

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    • WSB says:

      Sorry, have Apple.

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    • roxiellTX says:

      I use http://www.exterminate-it.com/

      It isn’t free. Price is based on how many computers. I run it at least once a day.
      One of my older computers get a bad virus and virus checker didn’t find it. It was changing my home page. Best Buy told me the name of the virus and I looked it up with Startpage. It found the problem and removed it.

      My daughter’s friend had problems with his computer and was going to buy a new one. He installed exterminate it and now no problems. It doesn’t block but it finds and removes.

      You can run a check on their website but can’t remove anything without purchasing.

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  39. StateSovereigntyNationalUnion says:

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  40. Marygrace Powers says:

    Records: Soros Fund Execs Funded Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, John McCain, John Kasich, Lindsey Graham in 2016/

    by MATTHEW BOYLE 6 Feb 2017Washington, D.C. 244/

    “Employees of a hedge fund founded by the king of the Institutional Left, billionaire and Democratic Party mega-donor George Soros, donated tens of thousands of dollars to top Republicans who fought against President Donald Trump in 2016, donation records compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics show.

    But more importantly, perhaps, than the unsurprising giant lump sums of cash funneled into Democratic Party and Clinton coffers is the revelation thanks to the Center for Responsive Politics that employees of the Soros firm—now run by his son Robert Soros—pumped tens of thousands of dollars into the campaigns of top anti-Trump Republicans over the course of 2016.”/

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/02/06/records-soros-fund-execs-funded-paul-ryan-marco-rubio-jeb-bush-john-mccain-john-kasich-lindsey-graham-in-2016/

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  41. Hugh headline at Breitbart News:. Works

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  42. StateSovereigntyNationalUnion says:

    U.S. could grant final permit for Dakota pipeline as soon as Friday: government lawyer http://reut.rs/2jVGsuN via @Reuters

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  43. StateSovereigntyNationalUnion says:

    Media … but wait, you didn’t tell us about ALL the terrorist attacks

    #BiglyWinning

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  44. kimosaabe says:

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  45. fleporeblog says:

    Got the following from Marco Rubio

    Dear Mr. Lepore,

    Thank you for taking the time to express your thoughts regarding Rex Tillerson, who President Donald Trump nominated to be secretary of state. Understanding your views helps me better represent Florida in the United States Senate, and I appreciate the opportunity to respond.

    Article II, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution states the president “shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, shall appoint Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, Judges of the supreme Court, and all other Officers of the United States[.]” Like other previous U.S. presidents, President Trump will carry out this responsibility throughout his time in office. He will fill thousands of positions in the federal government, and some of these nominations will require confirmation by the Senate.

    As a member of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, I have the responsibility to evaluate the president’s nominees for high-level positions at the Department of State. I have no doubts about Mr. Tillerson’s qualifications and patriotism. He has an impressive record of leadership and the proven ability to manage a large and complex organization. What I focused on from the beginning is whether as secretary of state he will make the defense of liberty, democracy and human rights a priority.

    While I have reservations about Mr. Tillerson’s positions on certain issues, I appreciated his acknowledgement of Russia’s illegal invasion of Crimea, and his support for providing defensive weapons to Ukraine. In considering and evaluating Mr. Tillerson’s nomination, I must balance my reservations with his extensive experience and success in international commerce, and my belief that the president is entitled to significant deference when it comes to his choices for the cabinet. In the days ahead, I will be working to hold Mr. Tillerson fully accountable to the commitments he made during his nomination hearing. It is my hope that Mr. Tillerson will work to advance our nation’s values and moral principles.

                 It is an honor and a privilege to serve you as your United States Senator. I will keep your thoughts in mind as I consider these issues and continue working to ensure America remains a safe and prosperous nation.
    

    Sincerely,

    Marco Rubio
    United States Senator
    Each week I provide a weekly update on issues in Washington and ways in which my office can assist the people of Florida. Sign up here for updates on my legislative efforts, schedule of events throughout Florida, constituent services and much more.

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    • Summer says:

      “I appreciated his acknowledgement of Russia’s illegal invasion of Crimea, and his support for providing defensive weapons to Ukraine… In the days ahead, I will be working to hold Mr. Tillerson fully accountable to the commitments he made during his nomination hearing.”

      Except, Mr. Tillerson is not going to provide “defensive weapons” to any country or terrorist organization whenever he feels like it. He is not President.

      These days are over, Lil Marco. Tell Soros you failed.

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    • That pretentious Soros-sucking foam boy doesn’t get it, does he?

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