March 7th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #47

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  1. My fellow Roman Catholics need to be aware of the refugee resettlement boondoggle of the Catholic bishop’s and their lay establishment network.

    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2017/03/07/us-catholic-bishops-assail-trump-refugee-slowdown-never-mention-the-millions-they-are-paid/

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  2. Dora says:

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    • NJF says:

      Would a bith cert freaking m Kenya be in english?

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    • jackmcg says:

      That twitter is a fraud. The guy is always doing stuff like that. I fell for it once during the campaign – never again. He just says what you want to hear and puts out fake “proof”.

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      • AmyB says:

        Okay, but where his your proof that his proof is fake? It has already been proven that the birth certificate on the left was forged. So at least half of that tweet is true.

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        • RichieM says:

          Yup.

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        • jackmcg says:

          He’s been caught scamming so many times that its not worth my time to prove him wrong.

          I barely glance at that Kenya certificate and already see the mother’s birthdate is written in the American mm/dd/yyyy format rather than the european dd/mm/yyyy format, which it would have been as a british protectorate. Proof? No- a half second glance. I can’t image all the other ways this would crumble under examination.

          (Obama wasn’t born in Kenya, his “birth certificate” was forged because his real father is militant communist Frank Marshall Davis.)

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          • chojun says:

            Yes he puts out a lot of fake sensational information. I fell for it, too. The thing that did it for me was when he said he had polls that showed Paul Nehlen beating Paul Ryan in the primary by landslide numbers. Turns out it was the other way around.

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          • coldsnap says:

            I feel it’s more likely:

            Follow the SUBUD trail… Indonesia, Washington DC, Chicago, Washington state, Hawaii…

            https://www.1776channel.com/2015/08/19/us/clues-unlock-obama-id/

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            • Interesting. The resemblance to both Barack Obama to Muhammad Subuh Sumohadiwidjojo of Indonesia is uncanny. Barack Obama (Barry the usurper) looks like his half brother Mark Okoth Obama Ndesandjo too, not just in photos but once I saw and interview of him speaking and it was also uncanny resemblance and easily recognizable as being his brother. Not sure why Mark Nedesandjo would lie about who his father was and even claims his father is Barack Obama Sr.


              Muhammad Subuh Sumohadiwidjojo of Indonesia, SUBUD cult founder


              Mark Okoth Obama Ndesandjo, the China-based son of Barack Sr.’s third wife.

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              • *correction to photo above #1 is Ilhan Anas, an Obama “lookalike” but not Muhammad Subuh Sumohadiwidjojo. I posted the wrong link for that photo above.

                Here is Muhammad Subuh Sumohadiwidjojo

                Muhammad Subuh Sumohadiwidjojoof of Indonesia, SUBUD cult founder

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              • coldsnap says:

                Yes, true… they do have some resemblance as well. One fascinating tidbit about this is the purple lips, which are a common trait among some people of the world, including Indonesians. Oh, I guess there are enough red herrings to go all the way around… but, nothing seems too far fetched at this point.

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        • Jason says:

          http://www.wnd.com/2009/08/108005/
          when WND sources in Kenya contacted Coast Provincial General Hospital, no administrator would verify the authenticity of the document

          Other potential questions about the document’s authenticity also mentioned

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        • John Galt says:

          Fake Navy Seal — not a preferred source.

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    • Paco Loco says:

      The Hawaii BC bears no resemblance to the BC’s issued by the Queens Hospital to the Nordisc twins born the same day as Obama. I’m disappointed in Sheriff Joe not taking Obamas fake BC to where a grand jury would have looked at the evidence. If Obamagate gets more intense, the FBI should supena all his sealed records. The country needs to know the depth of the criminality that was the Obama regime.

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      • fred2w says:

        Well we do have a new President and AG who would be more willing to follow the evidence where it leads.

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      • RichieM says:

        To get things going against 0bama all Joe Arpaio had to do — in his capacity as a law enforcement officer — was kick his official findings upstairs to his law enforcement superior with a recommendation of prosecution.

        He Would Not Go There.

        Rather, Sheriff Joe and his ‘cold case posse’ opted for publicity, repeated press conferences, speaking tours and years of fundraising followed by more press conferences and fundraising.

        Get the picture?

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      • md070264 says:

        If this is true, I would want to make sure at the very least the Obamas were taken off all Government benefits, programs and security first. Everything else would be a cherry on top.

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    • In AZ says:

      Yep. I believe Sheriff Joe Arpaio also and his findings concerning the Kenyan Obama’s birth certificate.

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    • CM-TX says:

      I have followed Doug Lewis for 6-9months. And his info has proven very credible. He is former Secret Service- having some present day contacts. Prior Navy, in Vietnam w/ “Songbird” McCaine. No love there, but some interesting insight on the real story- no hero. And he currently lives in Canada fighting cancer. He’s gained a decent & loyal following. He was referenced/quoted in some past articles during campaigns.

      He was also the one, just after the P-grab smear campaign, urgently warning Trump not to attempt to shake HRC’s hand at start of their last debate. Plan was she’d make a show of refusing it. Then use the opportunity to publicly shame him over his comment as her reason. It was meant to then prompt opening for moderators to further condemn him- all before any questions were asked!
      I guess the idea was to try to upset him, & throw him off his game. Anyhow, plan failed.

      Trump got the message. Watching you see them awkwardly greet each other at the start. No handshake- where usually would be standard to give one. You Could almost see Trump restrain from making the natural gesture. HRC of course did not offer. They did eventually shake at the close of debate.

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      • CM-TX says:

        Ok I see more on him was posted while I was typing. Perhaps I’ve misjudged him.

        Although the handshake scenario & his warnings did happen. Maybe he took the info off someone else. I’ll watch more closely.

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        • Many people have predicted lots of things and been right in the end. Some are intuitive, some are seers, and some have even just guessed based on logical deduction. Truth comes down from God. We are a collective whole, no one receiving all the truth, but when put all together the full picture appears. That’s how I see it. The old saying “out of the mouth of babes” is also true. No one person owns truth. So it is possible Doug Lewis has been right sometimes and wrong others.

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    • RandomAnonymousCrank says:

      Excuse me if this is a stupid question but is a footprint the same as a fingerprint and I suppose it will not alter as the person grows older ?

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      • memci3 says:

        Same as fingerprint. The thing is that the CIA not only stole the hacking code but also the hackers (many hackers around the world) fingerprint. Which means they can hack you and place some else’s fingerprint. You would not know CIA hacked you.

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  3. az. red tail hawk says:

    As far as President Trump and the refunding sanctury fight. He doesn’t have to refund them completely. All he has to do is fund them to the tune of $10.00. Problem solved. He is funding them.

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  4. andi lee says:

    Chillum! Rocking it! ❤

    Liked by 16 people

    • georgiafl says:

      This is really chilling.

      This whole hacking scandal has revealed Brennan’s and Obama’s dirty dealings.

      Bad (and Sick) the both of them.

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      • Howie says:

        Normal Spook stuff. Deception is their game. Problem is the CIA is attacking the USA now. They have to be purged somehow. Their mission is to go after foreign enemy’s. Not a United States President.

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        • RichieM says:

          They have met the enemy and they are . . . them?

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          This.

          I’m actually a bit horrified that all this stuff is being revealed. But the problem is, you turn it on the people in the country, and it gets ugly. They did more damage than they gained, IMO.

          One word. Contractors.

          Okay. Two more. Marxist moles.

          I’ve never gotten the heavy use of contractors for really powerful stuff. Just doesn’t make sense.

          As for the moles, this seems like the slow, patient work of “undetectables” who will never, ever, create incriminating evidence. Their “great work” IS their sabotage.

          There has been way, way too much turning of CIA on its head over the years, little by little. They have become way too much like not only the KGB, but also internal Chinese security. One has to ask. WHY?

          Bad, slow, patient direction would be my guess. People who spent entire careers advancing minor victories for a Marxist point of view, by pushing pieces that could be claimed to only steal a little bit from the enemy on the surface, but in fact built up Marxist thinking at a faster rate than the plausible narrative problems they solved. Slow, patient sabotage. Some by the actors – much by useful idiots who served them with pride and distinction.

          I’m beginning to get the people who have walked away or gone whistle-blower.

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          • RichieM says:

            √√
            If one has a shred of personal decency and values-based American sense of patriotism, living this day in and day out has to be sickening. The inner turmoil arising from the conflict becomes unbearable, and some will bail and become a w-b to warn fellow Americans.

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      • paulraven1 says:

        He knows he can get away with it. Systemic Deep State corruption and media collusion. What can’t he do? Who’s going to get the goods, who’s going to report it?

        Media must be destroyed. It is the beard and virulent attack agent for deep state. No alternative to its destruction if we wish to have any semblance of a sane and free society.

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    • MVW says:

      Self funding Globalist CIA Punked America for the purpose of killing America’s free election choice. “Muh Russians hacked the election.” Clapper is such a fun guy. Cute Joke on us dumb Trogs.

      “Evading forensics and anti-virus
      A series of standards lay out CIA malware infestation patterns which are likely to assist forensic crime scene investigators as well as Apple, Microsoft, Google, Samsung, Nokia, Blackberry, Siemens and anti-virus companies attribute and defend against attacks.

      “Tradecraft DO’s and DON’Ts” contains CIA rules on how its malware should be written to avoid fingerprints implicating the “CIA, US government, or its witting partner companies” in “forensic review”. “

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    • Peter says:

      This really pisses me off. Of course the MSM won’t report that the “Russia hacks” and the entire fake news story was conceived and planted and reported and hysteria –
      Built and manufactured by one Barack insane obama.

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    • Jason says:

      Isn’t the entire basis for ‘Russia did it’ related to the conclusion by a 3rd party company that was purchased by a ‘friend of the Clintons’? Hence the refused to let FBI analyze the intrusion?

      While this is definitely concerning news in Wikileaks, I hate that the ‘evidence it was Russians’ that hacked (even if said evidence could have been faked by CIA) is becoming widely accepted 😦

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      • Sandra-VA says:

        Yes! You are exactly right.

        This is the way the MSM works… LIE – repeat repeat repeat and it becomes “truth”. Already people are spouting “russian hacking” as an actual thing, even when trying to debunk the lies about Trump campaign colluding with Russia, when it isn’t true at all. Never was true.

        Breadcrumbs.

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    • i'm just sayin'.. says:

      and then based on that, let’s go to war with them….

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  5. BakoCarl says:

    repsort says: March 6, 2017 at 10:21 am

    He takes their little hands…
    And he’s instantly reminded of why he’s doing this.

    He could be enjoying the fruits of his labor somewhere. Instead, he’s fighting for them, for us – locked a life and death blood-sport in one of the nastiest places on earth, D.C.

    The Journey

    A man looked at our country and saw the dark days;
    Patriotism, liberty and justice gone by the ways.

    Our spirit was smothered, our faith was put down,
    Our families suffered as the jobs left our towns.

    He knew hope remained, but soon would be gone.
    He knew he could help; a task he’d take on.

    “Our country’s been good to me. I’ll answer this call.
    I’ll stand in the gap and then rebuild the wall.”

    He’d leave what he knew and set himself to the chore
    To restore our great country and do even more.

    He’d give of himself and not for power or fame,
    But all for our country, and our country’s name.

    He left his happy home, his child and his wife
    To travel this road and to fix our country’s strife.

    The man, the Traveler, strode along his road of fate,
    And came to a long, tall wall and in it, two gates.

    The Gatekeeper stood, in a small narrow yard,
    His visage was grim and he was lean and hard.

    The Traveler spoke, “I’ve come a long way.”
    “Can you tell me which gate I’m to use today?”

    The Gatekeeper said in a gruff, gravelly voice
    “It’s your destination, so it must be your choice.”

    “But there are two gates,” the Traveler said,
    “I can’t see the road, or what lies ahead.”

    The Gatekeeper said “I can show you the road,”
    “But the choice will be yours, which way to go.”

    The first gate was grand, it was tall and wide;
    Set with pearls and gold, a monument to pride.

    An inscription above, not just one, but two,
    “Enter ye worthy men.” and “To thyself be true.”

    The Gatekeeper said “Come over and see.”
    “This way is beautiful. I think you’ll agree.”

    The Traveler approached and looked down the way
    At trees, a brook, and a long green fairway.

    A broad, smooth road wound lazily away,
    And a breeze, puffy clouds, made a beautiful day.

    The people, he saw, walked toward the low hills;
    The men dressed richly, women gaily, with frills.

    He saw on a table, to the side of the road,
    A huge feast was placed, a sight to behold.

    He wasn’t quite sure, but thought he could hear
    Soft music playing and calling “Come here.”

    The Gatekeeper spoke, with words rather gruff
    “You’ve seen what you need. You’ve seen enough.”

    “Come over this way, come over and see,”
    “Have a look where the second gate will lead.”

    The Traveler came near and peered close to look
    At a small dirty gate in a small dirty nook.

    The second gate was drab and really quite low.
    He must stoop down to enter and then he could go.

    Above the small door, a few words were spread;
    “The last will be first.” was all that it said.

    The Traveler bent down and peered through the door
    At a few dying bushes, dirty weeds, nothing more.

    The path was narrow with holes, mud and rocks,
    Further on, small bushes with broken off tops.

    The scene was so bleak and the sky was so gray,
    Yet the voice of hope whispered through the dismay.

    Three men wearily marched, two drums and a fife,
    One limping, two bandaged, barely clinging to life.

    Another came by, bloody uniform in rags,
    Cradling gently in his arms a muddy, torn flag.

    He was helped by two women; one’s torch lit the way.
    Another, blind, held scales; they trudged slowly away.

    A small family appeared, starving, almost dead,
    But a man shared his meal, a small fish, some bread.

    There were a few children, but none of them played.
    All were so weary, some rested, some prayed.

    Then the Traveler spoke, “It’s this way I’ll go.”
    “The small gate’s the way. I can help, I know.

    The Traveler passed through and looked all around.
    The Gatekeeper watched, but didn’t make a sound.

    The Traveler reached out; took the hand of a child.
    The Gatekeeper stood up, and then slowly he smiled.

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    • I’ll take the Andrew McCarthy article and go one further. What is the possibility that the CIA left a breadcrumb trail for the FBI or NSA to pick up that implies a Russia / Trump campaign tie? This would be the CIA that regularly interferes in foreign elections. Could they have interfered in our election?

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      • NJF says:

        And yet they still lost!

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        • AmericaFirst says:

          Exactly! This explains Obama’s very smug “Donald Trump will never be President.” It explains why he didn’t even prepare for his debates with Romney 2012, showing the world the idiot that he is, and it also explains why three states have claimed that DHS tried to hack into their elections. Also why HRC felt she did not really need to campaign.

          Truly, God has answered prayers this election, and we must not squander this reprieve. And we MUST NOT let up on our prayers for this nation.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            There was a conspiracy theory rumor – a story – that, as Hillary looked like she was going to lose, the media started “holding back” results. Then, a massive storm of data began emerging from CIA, aimed at the media and the holdout states. They were beginning to save Hillary with a false narrative, to get a Trump concession.

            The rumor went on, that a phone call was made to Brennan. “Shut it down or we will bomb you into the ground in 30 minutes.” And they shut it down.

            I’m fairly certain it’s just a good story, but like all conspiracy theories, it points to an underlying truth or two.

            Interesting times.

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          • piper567 says:

            We need to remember Nineva: God allowed for them to be frightened by the Prophet Jonah…and because they repented, they received another chance.
            But, they did not sustain their behavior, and in the end, they were destroyed.
            Remember to pray; we must do all we can in support of rghting these past wrongs.
            I believe “Draining The Swamp” was inspired, and no one expected it to be easy.
            Satan does not give up his project willingly.

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        • frank says:

          That is why we have all these investigations.The left knew the fix was in,they are trying to find out why it did not work.

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  6. georgiafl says:

    SO TRUE!!! We all knew Obama had abused the power of his office from day one!

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  7. wyntre says:

    Catherine Herridge, one of the few remaining real reporters, confirms Trump leaks came from the POS.

    “The fact that that was leaked to reporters, that’s a threshold we have not crossed before”

    Catherine Herridge: The claim that they (Obama administration) never interfered with with a federal investigation, I would argue is patently false because throughout the Clinton email campaign what we saw from Mr. Obama were multiple public statements where he seemed to put his hand on the scale of justice…

    …I think it is important for the people at home to know is some of the intelligence we talk about such as these transcripts between the former National Security Adviser, Mike Flynn, and the Russian ambassador, I know some people who have gone 30 years in the intelligence community and they will never see an NSA transcript. That’s because it’s so closely held. So this was information at the senior most levels of the intelligence community that was leaked for what I would say was partisan purposes… The fact that that was leaked to reporters, that’s a threshold we have not crossed before.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/03/deep-state-update-senior-intel-officials-leaked-flynn-phone-call-transcripts-video/

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  8. Dora says:

    I hope it’s a false alarm.

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  9. andi lee says:

    Not today. Looking for tar.

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    • Windy Day says:

      This bill is just negotiation fodder. The real thing will no doubt be very different.

      Da man himself said it was put out for discussion and negotiation. Meanwhile, “The Art of the Deal” Dealer is warming up on deck!

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    • litenmaus says:

      :0) Andi, If you’re working on your roof and need tar, please disregard my comment, however, if you’re not doing roofing work, might I suggest….

      Foam insulation in a can that can be purchased at any hardware, Home Depot or Lowes. This product is as easy to transport as a can of spray paint & can be sprayed close up or from about 3 feet. Warning: Foam insulation in the hair or on the skin can only be removed with acetone and it will ruin clothing instantaneously which gives the foam it’s tar-like quality.

      [I’ve also used foam insulation as a replacement for Plaster of Paris when doing body castings- a testament to my belief that there are a wide array of untapped uses for this product]

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    • Mariposa 323 says:

      No mention of competing for plans across state lines which is huge in keeping costs down. Really not free market . I guess the huge special interests monopolies are still dictating to our leaders ! ( sigh)

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  10. yakmaster2 says:

    Confirmation hearings on two Associate Attorney Generals on now C-Span. Will one of these be the #2 person under Sessions?
    One of the two, Rosenstein, has just gotten very high praise from Dems on the Committee, which makes me nervous!!

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    • napoleon32 says:

      Rosenstein is supposed to be the #2, but the Dems may be sucking up to him because Mikulski and Cardin pulled shenanigans to keep him off the 4th Circuit appellate bench. He’s been the US Attorney for Maryland since 2005, so he’s clearly qualified for the job. POTUS apparently trusts him, which is good enough for me.

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    • benifranlkin says:

      Rostenstein was appointed by Bush and one of the few DOJ attorneys retained by Obama. Rostenstein just recently got a group of bad Baltimore cops convicted for stealing etc. He is described as neutral or as impartial as they come.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      The hearing seems to be more of a “beat up on Jeff Sessions” event than anything else.

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  11. yakmaster2 says:

    Confirmation hearings on two Associate Attorney Generals on now C-Span. Will one of these be the #2 person under Sessions?
    One of the two, Rosenstein, has just gotten very high praise from Dems on the Committee, which makes me nervous!!

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  12. Howie says:

    The administration should quit having surrogates appear on the MSM fake news. Just Trump Tweets with no comment.

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  13. fedback says:

    Dirty MI6 spy has reappeared, according to Daily Mail

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    • CM-TX says:

      Oh they are getting desperate. Are they going to put him on fake news press rounds? Have him take the wrap for supplying any & all Russian related leaks in press? Lol

      I’ll wait to see which reporter confronts him on why- PRIOR to his dossier coming out– a 4chan user was confessing to having trolled him online. And had just been made aware of some report about to come out, that included Bs he’d provided during this troll. He Worried it might have some negative impact on DJT.

      He admitted to feeding the author of the report- what amounted to Trump “fan fiction.” But he also tried to make the stories so far beyond the absurd, thinking no rational person would find it credible. And certainly not put it into some type of official report! There was nothing to suggest a real connection to the supposed parties involvEd. Perspective wouldn’t even qualify as hearsay, just random rumors from some anonymous source off 4chan!

      So I will be hoping to not see this self-discrediting, fool of a “spy’s” face on even the fakest network- CNN.

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  14. gary says:

    Don’t you wonder if Obama had/has a computer in his bedroom, with every CIA tool loaded on it, so he could see and hear everything his enemies were doing. 🙂
    He doesn’t need to ask CIA/NSA/DOJ to hack anything, he has ALL the Hack Tools on his laptop. 🙂
    That would be ultimate power … the ability to tap into every smart phone , every computer, …no matter what OS was used. And with hacking tools that can control smart cars, you can kill anyone driving , or have someone drive into a crowd.

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  15. Admin says:

    “Wikileaks: CIA ‘Stole’ Russian Malware, Uses It to ‘Misdirect Attribution’ of Cyber Attacks”

    Now we see why Obama and the Democrats keep claiming Russia “hacked” the DNC. It was a set up all along. Wikileaks exposes it all.

    http://russia-insider.com/en/wikileaks-cia-stole-russian-malware-uses-it-misdirect-attribution-cyber-attacks/ri19134

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      Think about the opportunities it gives defense attorneys everywhere defending their clients against almost any charge where the evidence exists in electronic format.

      “Your Honor, I respectfully request an immediate dismissal of all charges against my client. The 100 terabytes of child porn on his computer was clearly placed on his computer without his knowledge or consent from an internet café in Uzbekistan.”

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      • Admin says:

        I get what you are saying but the fact that the CIA stole the malware and can use it to conduct nefarious activities and make it look like an adversary pretty much means they can do whatever they want and place blame wherever they want. They could essentially manufacture any evidence they want in order to wage war. Now we understand the drum beats for war with Russia and why Democrats are so cocksure Russia “interfered” with the election.

        How can anything but a revolution at this point save our country?

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        • Guyver1 says:

          Short of a revolution?
          A line of paddy wagons the likes of which has never been seen, headed towards Washington, DC.
          Massive arrests for treason, sedition, and violations of the RICO act.
          Starting sometime within the next 6 months (Sessions will need some time to build up his cases, and make them bulletproof).
          They messed with the wrong man, and whether they like it or not, he is now in power.
          And they have never dealt with someone like him.
          A true Patriot who cannot be intimidated or bought. They are at a loss as to what to do. Everything they try blows up in their faces.
          President Trump, our lion, will prevail!!!
          https://shawglobalnews.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/atif-saeed-lion.jpg?quality=70&strip=all&w=720&h=480&crop=1
          Maga!!!

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          • freddiel says:

            I agree. There is no need to even wait. They can be rounded up and held on suspicion of committing these crimes. Hold them without bail due to the flight risk. The cases against them can be put together by those left behind who do not want to join them.

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  16. NHVoter says:

    Some very interesting things on Trump’s schedule today…

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  17. milktrader says:

    If MI6 is involved in opposition research, aren’t they a foreign power hacking our election?

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  18. gary says:

    I don’t think you can put all these CIA spy tools back in a closed box so nobody has access to them.

    Aren’t we screwed? Who ever controls this stuff, has the power. Scary stuff. Have they hacked nuke silo’s.
    I ask this because when that nuclear equipment was made, it still is using OLD tech level and security features. New TOP secret SUPER computers can probably figure out security codes in seconds, if not in our country then in other countries.

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  19. lawrencepaul1 says:

    Former NSA Analyst Who Tweeted Trump Would ‘Die in Jail’ Deletes Account After Being Revealed a Perv
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-07/former-nsa-analyst-who-tweeted-trump-would-die-jail-deletes-account-after-being-reve

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  20. andi lee says:

    Cicada 3301. The key to the puzzle.

    #wikileaks

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  21. burnett044 says:

    and now another snap shot from that wonderful series a Kenyan in da swamp..

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  22. Mike says:

    StickMan in free:

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  23. MfM says:

    The meeting with “Boy Scouts” is related to the Annual Report they do about their impact on their communities. There maybe better articles, but the one linked below is the one I found. I hope they personally invite him to the BSA Jamboree this summer. It only happens every four years and they even have the Presidential Helicopter Landing Pad built (seriously). Obama never showed, he did a prerecorded message.

    http://www.newswest9.com/story/34675627/ten-scouts-selected-to-report-boy-scouts-of-americas-impact-on-communities-and-youth-to-washington-officials

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    • MfM says:

      This is likely the most routine visit of the day, I bet it’s been on the tentative schedule since before Obama left. It will be interesting if he does more than just a quick photo opportunity.

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    • StrandedinCA says:

      I hope Trump doesn’t attend. The Boy Scouts caved to the homosexual mafia – let them invite the LGBTQ community to come to their Jamboree (and ask them for their funding)

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  24. Mike says:

    Can those of you with a twitter account report this guy to the secret service, twitter support, President Trump, or whoever would be appropriate?. He is claiming he is going to assassinate President Trump and Vice President Pence. Thank you.

    Here’s one of his tweets:

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  25. Now the press complaining about having to work weekends and long days

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  26. gary says:

    So basically, you just have to type in the name of someone, maybe their id number, and it will pull up all phone/computer records from the last 5 years, and also give you real time info on what they are currently doing on their computer/smartphone, … and turn on camera’s in any device in house, even if it appears to be OFF.

    I would like a device like that , how can I buy one? 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    • John Galt says:

      Smart phone monitoring software is available. Issue company phone and use consent to monitoring clause in employment agreement. Spousal spying is also a common issue in divorce cases.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Guyver1 says:

        “Spousal spying is also a common issue in divorce cases.”
        Oh yeah, I can testify to that.
        During my divorce, back in 2002, my spouse hired a high-priced dirt bag lawyer, who then subcontracted a PI to dig into every aspect of my life.
        To make a long story short- I was followed several times, my apartment was broken into and searched (at the same time I was in court for a senseless discovery meeting that her lawyer had called for- the whole purpose for the discovery meeting was so that they knew where I was, and for how long, while the PI searched my apartment).
        When I came back from the meeting, I immediately realized my apartment had been searched (one advantage to living alone- something gets moved while you are gone, you notice it immediately as soon as you come back), so I checked my computer.
        The dirtbag PI had installed a key logger virus in it. Right past my anti virus software. So I got on the net, found the file names for all the virus components of that particular key logger, dove into into my computer’s operating system, and deleted the virus files manually.
        I had nothing to hide, so they wasted their time, effort and money. Plus I used my knowledge of the illegal apartment break-in to mess with their heads.
        In short- assume you are being monitored 24/7, either by the government, or someone else.
        This surveillance of the innocent BS needs to stop.

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  27. Just Scott says:

    One of the shortest bills ever. 1 sentence.
    “The Environmental Protection Agency shall terminate on December 31, 2018.”
    https://www.congress.gov/115/bills/hr861/BILLS-115hr861ih.pdf
    https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/861/actions

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  28. NHVoter says:

    Has Feinstein been asleep for the past 8 years?

    Liked by 6 people

  29. Jan says:

    The ryno bill is a punch to the face of everyone who voted for Trump yet I wake this morning to read headlines that it has Trump’s endorsement. To use his word…Sad!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Windy Day says:

      As I said above, this is just negotiation fodder. It’s not final by any stretch of the imagination. In fact, Trump himself said it was put out for “discussion and negotiation.”

      So relax! If we get to the final bill and Trump hasn’t worked his magic on it to MAGA, THEN we can all call it “sad”!

      Liked by 2 people

    • Howie says:

      A joke. You can’t get blood out of a stone. People simply can not afford to pay for the bloated crooked plan bills. That is the bottom line. Sad.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Liked by 4 people

      • yakmaster2 says:

        One of the major objections by real Congressional conservatives is going to be that *competiton across state lines* is the best way to lower premium costs and it’s NOT in this newly released replacement outline. Why not have that front and center?!?
        I don’t much like the idea of insurance company ‘penalty’ payments either. That’s pure Paul Ryan pandering to insurance lobbyists!

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      • jdvalk says:

        Legitimate q: why isn’t it in phase one? Is it because they think going about this piecemeal and not adjusting Senate rules as happened originally so as to avoid having to meet the 60 vote threshold is the way to go?

        The issue is the bureaucracy creation, something that they have this likely single chance to eliminate. Without that, it can grow and grow and become insulated to change like every other aspect of government. The problem is that this part of government is potentially the most invasive and detective. We saw how even under Reagan, real promised reform on immigration and other fronts were kicked down the road by Congress and never dealt with properly.

        Congress’s reluctance to adjust rules in like manner to how the bill was passed in the first place is unacceptable. Don’t tell me that this unpopular measure isn’t where political capital isn’t worth spending. You have each GOP congressional leader on the record opposing it at the time and in some form running on the promise to repeal it. You have six years of supposed Congressional efforts to repeal it as well. You have a president who made it a centerpiece of his campaign. To retreat to the same political calculus as we always get (“well, we’ll take care of this in the fullness of time, trust us”) when each election cycle has had this as a major focus risks losing far more credibility and political capital than this all-too-typical approach would ever garner.

        This is “read my lips” territory. Those who crossed political lines and voted for the first time want results, not promises of phase two and three while the bureaucracy stands.

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    • Regina says:

      He’s negotiating – folks, there’s no way a 5000 page bill can be revoked overnight…gonna take some time. Patience –

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      • I gotta be honest here. I don’t have any patience regarding this.

        Normal positive Bluto is filled with weapons grade rage re: Govt Healthcare. I don’t give a crap if Trump’s name is involved. I might have to ban myself from all internet comments for awhile. If y’all don’t see me around, that’s why.

        Good freakin’ luck with this mess. Relying on Govt to un-screw something the purposely screwed in the first place is a fools game. I’d like to think of myself as somebody who is not a fool. But I may be wrong about everything.

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        • Oldschool says:

          I am with you on this one, just don’t have the balls to say it as well as you. Love the treepers, but they can get rough if you dissent from POTUS.

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        • Lady K says:

          Bluto, gotta tell you, I am about at the end of my rope as well. I work in healthcare; I know what has happened these past 20 plus years and especially the last 5. I don’t believe the government needs to be involved in healthcare, Obamacare needs to be repealed – done with. Then implement something good with the insurance industry allowing for consumers and companies to purchase across state lines. Fed Up!!

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    • paulraven1 says:

      Hang in there. This will be an object lesson in “the deal.”

      Liked by 3 people

    • Oldschool says:

      I totally agree Jan. Just working on taxes, 18k this year for health insurance for me and hubby. 9k deductible. We are in our early 60’s and healthy. Now this “fix” is increasing premiums in a 5 to 1 ratio for elders over the current 3 to 1? “Sad” to say the least. I am hoping this is a trial balloon and not a starting point for negotiations. I will patiently wait for POTUS to make his position clear, but for me this is a real issue and I intend to hold Trump accountable like any one else.

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  30. lawrencepaul1 says:

    All governments are the enemy of the people. Always have been. The CIA are the government of the government. They fave a file on anyone in government that is up to no good and they control the country through them. They are much to powerful.

    Wikileaks Unveils ‘Vault 7’: “The Largest Ever Publication Of Confidential CIA Documents”; Another Snowden Emerges
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-07/wikileaks-hold-press-conference-vault-7-release-8am-eastern

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  31. MVW says:

    Wikileaks has flooded us with bad news on a billboard. ObamaCare replacement battle is going to be the first battle. Rand Paul says the RepubliRat bill is garbage. Fake replacement of ObamaCare.
    Just what I would expect from Traitor Ryan. Trump will have to take the time to do this himself. Pence can’t be trusted.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Windy Day says:

      We’re barely into step 1 in the process, and everybody’s hair is on fire!!!!

      How about we wait and see how Trump negotiates to get what he (and we) want?

      Liked by 2 people

      • The Defiant One says:

        I think it’s from YEARS of being lied to and being sold out by RINOs we’re instinctively expecting to be screwed over, unfortunately for the RINOs– we have LIONS in charge now! 🙂

        Liked by 1 person

      • nonniemae says:

        My hair isn’t on fire. My wallet is depleted from health insurance and health care.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Howie says:

          You can still buy a critical illness policy cheap and pay regular bills yerself.
          Critical Illness Insurance
          Critical illness insurance can help you pay for unexpected medical and non-medical expenses if you are diagnosed with critical illness or a critical illness such as a heart attack or stroke.

          Cancer and critical illnesses are more common than you may think. Americans face the following risks:

          One-half of all men and one-third of all women are at risk of developing critical illness during their lifetimes.3
          Heart attacks are the leading cause of death for both men and women.4
          Strokes are the fifth leading cause of death for both men and women.4
          A critical illness insurance plan provides up to $75,000 in coverage that you can use for any purpose after your diagnosis, such as medical treatments, living expenses, and transportation services. You may be ineligible for coverage if you have already been diagnosed with critical illness or a critical illness.

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          • SharonKinDC says:

            75k wouldn’t cover much of anything, tbh.

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            • Howie says:

              BUY SEVERAL POLICY. They are cheap. Some cover a million. You can get great deals paying cash for regular care, the docs love the green. I did it before I was 65. They charge about the same as a co-pay. You can get free drugs too direct from the pharma companies with a doc note if you can not afford, I did that too.

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            • Howie says:

              Send them a diagnosis and they send the cash direct to you.

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    • Eric Kennedy says:

      Sounds like they are doing in stages to get around the Democrats.

      Liked by 5 people

      • rf121 says:

        Sounds like they are doing in stages to fool those who thought they actually wanted to repeal this.

        Liked by 1 person

      • derek says:

        if this is true then they need to put all the information out there. Right now they haven’t and it looks suspicious

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      • jdvalk says:

        This is the one issue in which you face them head-on. You’ve got the support, you’ve got historical precedent of this bill not being passed by 60 votes or more but by parliamentary trickery, and you’ve got a bureaucracy with such a potential for overreach that it could cripple this republic and affect our and our children’s future.

        This is not a place for massaging a result. Save the negotiating for taking care of those caught in-between; save the phase twos and threes for them, as it will sail through with all of the political pressure. Take on the democrats, spell out exactly why simple majorities are appropriate given what transpired to make the bill happen to begin with. If you do and fail, you’ve got your 2018 platform. If you don’t, the democrats will have theirs (so much for going around them), and the window will be closed.

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    • Mike says:

      Rand Paul has been in there siugging.

      Liked by 1 person

    • MfM says:

      I hope it doesn’t pass, or if it does Trump rejects it.

      I don’t want a health care bill, I want ObamaCare repealed.

      As it turns out they tied in that stuff about Student Loans. That could be taken care of in a separate bill. Was this included in this bill? Or was it left out?

      We don’t need a big enormous bill to cover the things that are needed.

      One thing that would help the little guy and small business person is groups like business organizations being to offer health insurance at group rates. That would make life easier for a lot of farmers, small business people and just normal people between jobs.

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      • Eric Kennedy says:

        Did you see the President’s tweets this morning on the subject?

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      • amanda4321 says:

        Same here–I just want it repealed, I do not want it replaced.

        Liked by 1 person

        • benifranlkin says:

          u r not going to get that and that is not what Trump is going to deliver.

          Liked by 1 person

          • jdvalk says:

            It’s early yet, as so many on the threads have been saying. Six years of calling for repeal isn’t going away because Ryan trotted out something inadequate and the president tested the water.

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          • seventhndr says:

            I wish for the same, but benifranklin is correct. Trump never promised to get rid of government involvement in healthcare. Quite the opposite. On this issue, we must come to terms with, he will put us in a better place. It will be privatized health care, with a lot of government involvement. At least the trajectory will not be single payer any longer.

            For me personally, the deception and corruption via the globalists and elites in DC is by far the biggest issue. And on that, Trump is an A++.

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              • seventhndr says:

                Trump promised pre-existing considtions must be covered. That is only happening through laws and regulations. He promised that ALL Americans would have health coverage if they wanted it. We know not everyone can afford it, so again, more government.

                Like I said, I don’t like it, but I did hear him say it. So I’m not going to pretend to be let down NOW.

                I’m just focused on corruption of DC and maybe we can truly get government out of healthcare sometime in the future. At least with Trump, there will be an American future.

                Where’s the BS?

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        • Lady K says:

          Agreed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      • Oldschool says:

        I don’t believe student loans are addressed at all in this ammedment, unless I missed it. That tells me it would remain as in original ACA. This is really an amendment to ACA, imo. Certainly not a repeal.

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    • lawrencepaul1 says:

      President Trump is going to be fighting both parties for the whole of his eight years in office. He had to beat them to become president and he have to beat them to drain the swamp.
      This is just the first test of many.
      The democrats want the government to run healthcare and the republicans want the insurgence and drug companies to run it. We will see how things progress.

      Liked by 7 people

    • singingsoul says:

      Did not Pence work with Ryan on this..? What is wrong with that guy Pence incompetent..? What an idiot does he not know what Trump wants…? Ryan we al know who he is.

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  32. Willy says:

    Best news I’ve had in years!!!!
    Got up this morning to hear that the Bridgewater dairy in NW Ohio has been raided! The wage for farm help just went up! Jobs for Americans! Hope they go after the owners, too…

    Liked by 15 people

  33. singingsoul says:

    David thank you..:)

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  34. Bull Durham says:

    The Vault 7 leaker initials are VVP. He’s Russian, based in Moscow. Loves animals.

    Liked by 2 people

  35. b4im2old says:

    I read ages/years ago (sorry can’t recall/find source) that o was cia op from Indonesia and Steve p even touched on the cia connection in past too. I’ll try to find link on that one in a bit, have to run errand first. In meantime here’s a really good clarification on wl’s first installment of V7.
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-07/wikileaks-hold-press-conference-vault-7-release-8am-eastern

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  36. Bob Thoms says:

    The Obamacare “repeal” consists of requiring taxpayers to incur higher premiums and deductibles to subsidize “tax credits” for people who do not pay taxes. It therefore maintains Obama’s redistribution of wealth provision while (barely) camouflaging it in conservative rhetoric. The poor will receive freebies while insurance company campaign contributors will have their losses indemnified, all at taxpayer expense. Everyone wins…except for the average American, who will continue to endure the devastating medical/economic consequences of Obamacare. Republican members of Congress must believe that their voters are masochists. Or idiots. Or both. As con jobs go, Obamacare “repeal” might set a record for brazen contempt towards the intended victims. Even the Republican rank-and-file is not this gullible. Right?

    The GOPE screws the “Forgotten Man” is screwed again.

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  37. BMG says:

    Trump took on Pence as VP for his Congressional connections to facilitate the rapid approval of nominees and legislation.

    47 days in, where are we? Snail pacing is where we are. He can’t budge Ryan or McConnel.

    Not impressed. Fail.

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    • tinkerthinker2 says:

      Really? Well, give them your magic wand.

      Liked by 6 people

    • trumpthepress says:

      So Dems stall the process because they can…and it’s a Pence fail? Clear who the obstructionists are in this case. They say they are doing it everyday. Not happy about it but blame isn’t on Pence.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Bob Thoms says:

        McConnell could use the rules of the Senate to speed things up; one simple manuver would be for the Senate to work 24/7 not take 40 days off in the past 90 days. Work weekends. WATCH !

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        • trumpthepress says:

          Argument still stands – Dems slowing things down and I don’t blame Pence. Rhinos also play a part, sure. It’s clear by watching the hearings about the slow ball by the Dems. I have watched several. They bring up the Trump recording from years ago, regardless of the nominee or topic. It’s pathetic. It goes on and on…There is plenty of pathetic to go around, though.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Abster says:

          Cornyn and the entire gang are guilty of intentionally dragging their feet. They all suck. They’ve already enjoyed a vacation with another on tap. We pay for their vacations and can’t afford our own week away…much less multiple weeks. Why can’t someone put the brakes on this bs. President Trump and his people are working like dogs. These other clowns need to do the same. So sick and tired of excuse after excuse. I don’t want their problems, I want them to get their lazy selves to work and show some results.

          Liked by 2 people

        • Oldschool says:

          I put it on McConnell. I have made calls to his office telling him exactly that.

          Liked by 1 person

  38. It’s becoming clear to me, the goal wasn’t to repeal and replace Obamacare in the first 200 days. It looks like the first part was to strip Obamacare’s tentacles to the Tax Code.

    This bill isn’t perfect and doesn’t do what I was expecting in regards to addressing Healthcare Reform. What this bill does do is dislodges Obamacare from the Tax Code making Tax Reform easier to achieve.

    Liked by 2 people

    • maga2016 says:

      some tax make sense like the tanning studio tax

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      How does it strip it?

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    • benifranlkin says:

      this is why they can’t do tax reform until they get a handle on how much the new health care law is going to cost once they get rid of obamacare

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    • NJF says:

      This wasn’t never going to be easy. Obamacare was purposefully intergrated as a convoluted entitlement.

      And entitlements have never been repealed. Not surprising Rhinos dragged their feet in order to solidify the program.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Bob Thoms says:

        The process of repeal is easy. Repeal it with an expiration date a year out and then write new legislation. Give everyone a year to adjust to the landscape of life without Obamacare.

        The GOPe wants to make it more complicated than it has to be. So they can keep the gravey train going for the insurance and big pharma companies.

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  39. roxiellTX says:

    Listening to Jeff Kuhner on WRKO via tunein ROKU on Samsung TV. Yikes!
    He is talking about today’s release.

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  40. Howie says:

    Looks like our CIA is no longer ours. Who the hell do they work for?

    Liked by 3 people

  41. Betty says:

    A few years ago I was thunder-struck when Sundance told us that the, what I thought was a one time only, Stimulus package was re-newed every year in the continuing resolution. And that Uni-Party honey pot is why Congress never wrote a new budget.

    What I am wondering about now is this: When we read that Hillary Clinton sold 20% of American uranium production for personal profit – Was that a one time only deal or does that mean 20% of America’s – ANNUAL – uranium production. And if so, does Hillary get a cash payment every year?

    Liked by 3 people

  42. Enlightened Vulgarian says:

    Wikileaks: CIA ‘Stole’ Russian Malware, Uses It to ‘Misdirect Attribution’ of Cyber Attacks:

    “It’s now clear that the CIA is able to ‘pose’ as ‘Russian hackers’ whenever it so chooses….”

    http://russia-insider.com/en/wikileaks-cia-stole-russian-malware-uses-it-misdirect-attribution-cyber-attacks/ri19134

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  43. SharonKinDC says:

    I get that Ocare r/r can’t be done be done in it’s entirety due to using the reconciliation process. Thus, phases 2 and 3 are needed. That said, what is to ensure 2 & 3 are passed and we aren’t simply stuck w/ phase 1. Surely there should be some language in part 1 that states if 2 & 3 aren’t passed than Ocare simply expires w/o replacement. There needs to be a hook to ensure the Congressional cretins hold up their end of the bargain.

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  44. quintrillion says:

    Someone made a spreadsheet of all Podesta wikileak emails with context and numbered. Amazing with easy to scroll table. wow, great job,
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1DgwLHAC5mk9Ghblc6O7AXzxX5dNLlMg0hHUn-D_Ay7I/htmlview?usp=sharing&sdfsdfsdf&sle=true

    Liked by 6 people

    • AmericaFirst says:

      One cannot peruse this spreadsheet and fail to understand why all of the lamestream media were in major shock on the evening of November 8, they had all worked so long and so hard to frame a narrative. Thank you for the link.

      Liked by 1 person

  45. Howie says:

    The problem lies with people under 65 that can’t afford real insurance or have a medical problem already. Expand medicaid and repeal obamacare. The GOP can not do any better than the democrats. There is no free market solution. The CONGRESS IS THE LAST PLACE IN THE WORLD THAT CAN SOLVE THE PROBLEMS.

    Liked by 1 person

    • lawrencepaul1 says:

      Their absolutely is a free market solution. All of the government “entitlements” are unsustainable. Adding more people to them will only collapse them sooner.
      Health insurance should by run as car insurance is. Individuals not companies should buy health insurance and should be able to buy insurance from any provider in the country and be able to buy medication online internationally.
      People who truly can’t afford health insurance should be taken care of in government subsidized hospitals. A two tier system is probably the only solution but I doubt that it will ever be tried.

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    • kaste668 says:

      Take the money from sanctuary cities and church refuge funds, put it into a non government managed fund and use this to pay for those who truly can not pay , I would also like to see a reconciliation on how much money was spent on illegals who were not to receive benefits, use extreme vetting to decide who truly gets help. Totally repeal Obama care and all its tentacles, and let the chips fall.

      Liked by 1 person

    • The Russian plane crash…

      Liked by 10 people

      • RichieM says:

        Loretta Fuddy. . . . (?)

        Liked by 7 people

      • 3x1 says:

        Crashes (plural).

        Treason, sedition, acts of war… This stuff doesn’t happen in a vacuum.

        Where’s Brennan?

        Where’s Morell?

        Pull their passports, STAT.

        Liked by 5 people

        • RichieM says:

          A good part of the former criminal regime eventually off to countries that have no extradition agreement with the US…?

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          • 3x1 says:

            Quick search:

            70°

            MOST POPULAR 1 of 1

            Countries with no extradition treaty with US
            Jul 31, 2015 01:00 PM
            These countries currently have no extradition treaty with the United States:

            Afghanistan, Algeria, Andorra, Angola, Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Bosnia and

            Herzegovina, Brunei, Burkina Faso, Burma, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cape Verde, the Central African Republic, Chad, Mainland China, Comoros, Congo (Kinshasa), Congo (Brazzaville), Djibouti, Equatorial MOST POPULAR 1 of 1

            Countries with no extradition treaty with US
            Jul 31, 2015 01:00 PM
            These countries currently have no extradition treaty with the United States:

            Afghanistan, Algeria, Andorra, Angola, Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei, Burkina Faso, Burma, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cape Verde, the Central African Republic, Chad, Mainland China, Comoros, Congo (Kinshasa), Congo (Brazzaville), Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Indonesia, Ivory Coast, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kuwait, Laos, Lebanon, Libya, Macedonia, Madagascar, Maldives, Mali, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Micronesia, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Niger, Oman, Qatar, Russia, Rwanda, Samoa, São Tomé & Príncipe, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Serbia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Vatican, Vietnam and Yemen.

            http://www.wsfa.com/wsfa/db_383191/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=w84FpDpP

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        • somebodynobody says:

          WH Spox is out there condemning antisemitism when it is most likely the government vandalizing cemeteries. These people are fuking clueless. I really don’t think Trump knew what he was getting into.

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          • Jesse1976 says:

            I’m sure Trump has been surprised at what he’s walked into, but I would like to know what proof you have that the vandalism in Jewish cemeteries is being done by the government.

            Liked by 1 person

      • muffyroberts says:

        The chopper crash that killed Seal Team 6. They knew too much;

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    • MrE says:

      MH 370

      The Russian choir’s plane

      What about the Germanwings jet in the French Alps?

      Liked by 2 people

    • Dora says:

      Liked by 1 person

    • Shanna Gruen says:

      Is there a source for this information or is this person just speculating?

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