Sunday Talks – Reince Priebus -vs- Chris Wallace

President Trump’s Chief of Staff Reince Priebus appears on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace to discuss the intransigence of the House Freedom #NeverTrump Caucus.

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141 Responses to Sunday Talks – Reince Priebus -vs- Chris Wallace

  1. sundance says:

    The last 30 seconds of that interview was funny.

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    • Gil says:

      Im not an ageist SD, but so many of our media(hey chris wallace)and leaders are past useful and effective. More than a few need to let it go because its time. No offense to any treepers intended.

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      • Howie says:

        Phase Zero.

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      • maiingankwe says:

        Gil, I don’t know of any Treepers who like Wallace, so I’m sure there isn’t any animosity or disagreement with your statement.
        Enjoy your Sunday and be well,
        Ma’iingankwe

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      • ediegrey says:

        You think young people are going to be any better??

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        • Gil says:

          Its not about age, exclusively. Trump is 70 and sharp. Many are not, and some my age are dullards to begin with. But age plays a part with sharpness and acuity, we cannot control it. Some have passed that point.

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          • tellthetruth2016 says:

            TRUMP is sharp because he has been sober his entire life … never had a drink, drug , or cigarette in his life and preached this to All his kids …..

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        • mamadogsite says:

          Some, yes. If we keep on doing things over and over the same way, and keep on failing, maybe we need someone who is not afraid to think out of the box. Of course we have quite a few who are either afraid to the leave the sandbox, or are being paid to stay within the confines of said box.

          At any rate…this ain’t workin folks.

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      • mamadogsite says:

        I’m in my 70s and have been saying for years we need some younger leaders to balance against the old know-nothing-relevant farts we have now. Top of the list, John McCain.

        We do not need ideologues either. There are a great many of us who favor neither party. We tend to vote for the best qualified…and we don’t give a rat’s a** what party they represent….intelligence, a proven record, ideas, patriot, ambition and the will to listen to the people.

        Sorta sums up Trump.

        And while I’m on my soapbox, what the hell is it with all of these stupud caucauses?????
        Freedom Caucaus, Black Caucus, Hispanic Caucus…sheesh. It looks, smells and sounds like a bunch of bull crap to most of us. Like little High School cliques.

        Childish.

        Pathetic.

        Shameful that grown people have to resort to these stupid “clubs” and games to prove they are relevant.

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    • whoseyore says:

      Yeah, thanks for reminding us….you ARE an enemy of the American people and you KNOW it!

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    • yohio says:

      I think we can see that President Trump knows what is going on, his tweets have been hitting all the right people in last couple of days. My question is how does Trump get Congress to get anything done when acccording to everything we know the Rinos & Cons don’t seem to care if they lose? Trump also knows at some point he has to get stuff done or it will eventually fall upon him

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    • BlessedToLiveNow says:

      ^^^🎯 I was ironing while this was playing and at the very end I thought ??? Chris, bowing down ??? Could hardly wait to see the responses.

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    • jello333 says:

      I’m still unsure as to whether or not I should trust my own judgement on Reince. I, of course, had issues with him during the campaign… but now it feels like something has changed. I think I like the guy, and I THINK we can trust him now. It’s almost like he had an honest change of heart about Trump at some point. Hope I’m right.

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    • NvMtnOldman says:

      I quit at the first 30 sec. mark. When Wallace brought out the old demo point–Trymp never offered the dems a compromise!!!! You will never hear

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  2. dekester says:

    Give me heck. However I thought that fellow Nigel Farage fans would appreciate this. Farage and his donors are working on a Calexit strategy. Aimed at isolating the coastal elites.
    I was unable to link the the article from today’s Sunday express U.K. I doubt it is fake news.

    Maybe worth further investigation by Treepers.

    I thought this might cheer a few of us up.

    Farage is a real friend..

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    • Gil says:

      Absolutely not. I have every desire to stay part of the us. Ca is extremely valuable land. Its coastal, farming, military uses, ports, are keepers. We arent all leftists….isolate the specific cities and the leftists themselves.

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      • Mike says:

        Maybe we can give leftists a little part of Alaska. A part with no oil, farmland, access to fishing or ports, but plenty of grizzlies.. It’s what they deserve.

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        • Gil says:

          They can have some of the “little communities” little mexico, little somalia, etc and dearborn. Show us how well they thrive when isolated from federal tax dollars. And how easily the “coexist”.

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        • R-C says:

          Maybe we can give the leftists a little kick in the butt, to reorient their focus and drag them back to reality before it’s truly too late. They need to learn that we live in a REPUBLIC, not a DEMOCRACY.

          The careful observer of the present can now readily see what it must have been like to live in 1770s America, or in 1850s America. Rifts are growing; intransigence on both sides; no effort to move to consensus as a national community. We are living those eras, all over again. –Will we also live to see what the next phase looks like? I pray God we won’t.

          But I just don’t know.

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      • p'odwats says:

        I’m with you Gil. The nutcase lefties out here can dream about making CA a separate nation, but they’re gonna have to take on people like you and me and millions of our other fellow non-lefty Californians who will fight to stay in the union. Good god, we’re talking like it’s 1860 and on the verge of another civil war!

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        • Gil says:

          Thats what i keep hearing. And bb had an article today that jerry brown said “it isnt christian” to build that wall. I snorted a bit laughing at that.

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          • p'odwats says:

            Moonbeam and the Democratic Party want to keep the Golden State under their control for generations. Frankly, even without illegal alien voters, I think the Democrats already have a vice grip on this state. I don’t know how our state will survive the next few decades if they we don’t stop the runaway illegal immigration. So few of us out here want to admit to the destructive economic and social ramifications of all of this has caused.

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            • p'odwats says:

              Excuse my poor grammar. I sometimes forget to proofread my statements before I hit the Post Comment button.

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              • Gil says:

                No problem, i have same issues. My husband and i both have had family in ca since 1920 and i hate whats happened here. The swaths of houses as far as the eye can see and they hammer down environmental restrictions, brown railway to nowhere, and cant even maintain the oroville dam. Frustrated cant cover it.

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          • mopar2016 says:

            Governor Brown couldn’t find common sense with a map.

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          • jmclever says:

            Especially since Jerusalem has always had a wall. And when it was broken the people were encouraged to stand in the gap to protect their fellow Israelites while it was being rebuilt

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        • Chillin says:

          If they did secede would they have to make new currency?

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        • LT says:

          Thats right!!! Lots of us live here, work here, raised our kids here! I love my State! Things could always be better but you guys just X us out with impunity! I am a 100%Trump supporter from day one & normally lurker only status but 100% CTH & Sundance supporter!! Really posses me off when people start with the CA Secession talk! OK back to lurking.😒

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      • missmarple2 says:

        You need to read the article, listed below. Farage isn’t supporting a Calexit. He’s supporting a response to it, by dividing California into 2 states, leaving the coastal elitists in their tiny world.

        I actually think it’s a great idea (unless you live in Los Angeles or San Francisco). Just let them form their own little state and the rest of California can go on their merry way. and MAGA.

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      • Sayit2016 says:

        Thank you for your sane comment regarding Ca. I am native as well… For decades Ca fed the nation, now because of idiotic leadership we are the red headed step child… This a beautiful state by any measure and I for one have hope for California.

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      • Nick says:

        Gil, we let Cal exit, then the US army comes in and does “reconstructing” and “nation building.” By the time it’s all over, the state will be more red than when President Reagan was in charge. Anyone who doesn’t like it will enjoy their new life south of the wall.

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    • Sean Supsky says:

      Why oh why should we allow the enemy within our borders to annex a part of our great United States?

      No, they must be driven from the land and purged from our hallowed halls lest their treachery bringeth down our nation even moreso.

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    • I supported Nigel’s efforts to wrest HIS nation from the grip of the EU Globalist/Socialists. And I thank him for his support as we fought to protect OUR country from the same threat. I would NOT, however, appreciate any outside efforts designed to fracture our Republic. CA might be full of Dens but it is also a large portion of our national economy so I would much rather see a movement designed to move them further to the right.

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    • QuestGirl says:

      Good, ’cause I don’t much like Wallace either. I’ve never watched FOX, per se. The last time I had cable was 25 years ago.

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  3. Daniel says:

    “Moderate Democrats” reminds me of the term “Moderate Muslims” somehow…

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  4. streetparade says:

    Good interview. I think the Trump team is just going to let the Freedom Caucus stew for a while.

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  5. Don’t know why you say all Freedom Caucus is NeverTrumpers… That’s just not true.

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    • Howie says:

      They are never winners. Natural born losers?

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    • ginaswo says:

      Maybe it is because throughout the primaries many of them were never trumpers.
      I saw louie gohmert on varney *many* times attacking The Don. Gohmert was for lyin ted

      My own freedomcaucus critter’s fundraising mailers were all about sending him to go fight Hillary.
      Never mentioned our Presidential nominee’s name (this is after convention)

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    • doogiesblog says:

      The #NeverTrumpers are giving conservatives a bad reputation. They are following false leaders like Glenn Beck & Mark Levin.
      They can’t get EVERYTHING they want so they stubbornly say “no” while allowing moderate conservatives to resent them. I have always disliked Paul Ryan, but now I am becoming disdainful of “conservatives” who throw the baby out with the bath water.

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      • vinchenzer says:

        I’m with you. Ryan is a scumbag and should be relieved of his leadership position. He hates the “Principled Conservatives” as much as they hate him. Both groups only came together once, and that was to try and destroy the Trump campaign during his Prez Election. That’s the only time they “got along”. We will have to do our part to help drain the swamp come the Midterms.

        We have to retire the Dims first – they are totally useless, anti-American and insane (Tulsi Gabbard being the exception IMHO). The Republican Party has to be disabused of Globalists (GOPe) and their swamp-waterboys, the Fake Conservative Ideologues (NeverTrumpers) for the sake of the Reagan-conservatives at least. (I still haven’t forgot GHB’s “massacre of the reaganites” after he was elected Prez on the coattails of Reagan).

        Pragmatists with a passion to MAGA need to be elected by the Trump-base in the Midterms.

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    • yohio says:

      They just had their chance to prove
      1.They can get stuff done instead of opposition-fail
      2. They are with Trump & American people-Fail
      3. Chance to show America First not Benefactor First-Fail
      4. My Fav couldn’t even put up for their fav issue abortion, instead kept funding 4 PP-Fail

      If they’re all not Never Trump then they’re all NeverAmericanCitizensFirst

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    • booger71 says:

      They seem to be voting like they are.

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    • yohio says:

      You’re right about one Rep, Ted Poe of Texas has resigned from the freedom caucus was upset said he was voting for the Bill

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    • Flight93Lady says:

      I agree with you, Paula. Dave Brat beat the UNIPARTY Cantor and Louie is great! Also, Mark Meadows was ostracized and punished by Boehner for not towing the UNIPARTY Line. I wish POTUS would work with HFC members versus the treacherous RYAN and his sidekick RINSE! (Remember early on when SD called out RINSE for being a UNIPARTY member and SD was right!) Leopards don’t change their spots and I just don’t think RINSE is working on POTUS behalf. Finally, Bannon was reported to be both an advocate and also against the RYANCARE HealthCare bill. Someday, we’ll know the truth!

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      • Yep, we just feel Trump got bad advice from Ryan, Price, Pence and Reince. That 3 Phases was pure bunk too. The whole thing stunk from all of them. The Freedom Caucus didn’t get it right either, but to say they all are Never Trumper’s is bullcrap. It’s just not true. It’s not Trump’s job to bring all groups together like he did to pass legislation either. Passing bad legislation isn’t good either. Glad it failed. Obamacare was nothing more than a massive Medicaid plan. Looking forward to the collapse.

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      My guess is about 1/2 of the 30.

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  6. So who’s lying about the Senate Rules process? Lyin Paul Ryan or Lyin Mike Lee? Newt even said the rules can be changed.

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    • Sean Supsky says:

      Which one is not a politician?

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    • WSB says:

      Of course the rules can be changed. The 60 vote count was a change of the rules in 1917, if I am not mistaken. Since the Constitution was adopted, voting was a majority rule. Each Chamber creates its own rules

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    • ginaswo says:

      Yes, we needed 51 votes in the senate to kill the filibuster
      Orrin hatch among others said he would not do it.

      Therefore it is a dead letter issue.

      FreedomCaucus killed the best shot we had to end ozerocare.

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      • Kroesus says:

        so many confused and ill informed…..end debate (cloture) is by CURRENT Senate rule a 60% of quorum requirement……majority votes are on legislation AFTER cloture

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      • JC says:

        I hear you, but take heart, Gina; it was our best shot SO FAR. I believe there are ways through or around this, and President Trump is exactly the one who can and will pull this thing out of the fire as a better, more polished alternative. We are very early into his Presidency. We’re all adjusting to the extraordinary changes he has already implemented and will implement, he’s getting his “sea legs” (aka learning curve), the citizenry is still waking up, and God has been invited into the overwhelming miasma of the good and evil that is our government now.

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      • OH please, RyanCare didn’t repeal ObamaCare period and Ryan knew it.

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  7. Sean Supsky says:

    If you are with the President, then you are for America First.

    If you are with anyone aside from the President, then you are not America First.

    Is the President perfect? By no means, no, but he is working to Make this country great again.

    There are others that are within the halls of government that are decidedly not working for the betterment of this country.

    Words and actions must be the same if you are to be believed.

    That is what President Trump has done. His words and his actions are in synchronicity.

    Others in power, not so much.

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  8. And there I was thinking we had a Uniparty system… but, thanks to Rinse now I know there are two parties, a democrat party and a republican party.

    Boy was I wrong.

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  9. dogsmaw says:

    Heaven’s to Betsy…my single father would know exactly what ‘the sticks’ were and everyone in that town did too!!!

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  10. There are only two choices for Obama when it come to the surveillance and the leaks.

    He is either the one behind it all, or he was so incompetent as President, that he had no clue what his Administration was up to.

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  11. auscitizenmom says:

    I think that question about Nunez was stupid for Chris to ask Reince. It wouldn’t be for him to say. SMH

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  12. truthandjustice says:

    Re Ryan – Pres. Trump knows he doesn’t have the authority to “fire” Speaker so best to stay on good terms while he hopefully knows he’s a snake now and adjust accordingly. I noticed they left out the part about Judge Jeanine saying Pres. Trump didn’t know anything about what she was going to say, etc. but at least Priebus did say he thought it was coincidental.
    They both put blame on and called Freedom Caucus, Heritage, Club for Growth hard line conservatives and are the problem (which they’re not real conservatives). “Real” ones want defunding of PP as one of their very top priorities and probably would have voted yes if they didn’t have pressure of the Koch Brothers (but then they wouldn’t be in office if it weren’t for their help).

    Kelleigh Nelson and others have pointed out that those organizations are also fake and beholden to the Elites. I hope this tweet meant that Pres. Trump is aware of that because they are the ones (I think) advisors use for their vetting, etc. Another is Federalist Society where I think they got their Supreme Court Judge recommendations.
    I just hope they’ve learned that they won’t be getting help from “moderate” Dems either…..Same same.

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  13. Joe Knuckles says:

    Wallace made a powerful point early on: “The Republicans do not have a governing majority”. That is abundantly clear now. The so called Freedom Caucus has conceded the majority, that cannot be denied. However, the Democrats will be just as intransigent if/when Trump tries to work with them. They, like the so called Freedom Caucus, are not really concerned with the outcome helping the American people. They just want to defeat Trump politically before he can drain the swamp.

    Near the end, Wallace showed what an ass he is by trying to insert a false premise into the question about the “wire tapping”.

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  14. litlbit2 says:

    Just watched the clip, can not stand snarkie Wallace. Was impressed for I think the first time Rience Priebus stood up to Wallace, even talked over him as he kept trying to interrupt.

    When Wallace quoted the nyt Priebus should not respond, it is the nyt. No ugh sad. Next?

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  15. lizzieintexas says:

    Chris Wallace is a dick. He was on F&F earlier promoting his show and was rude and condescending to all of them. I tried to find the clip but no luck. He is just an @$$. I have quit watching any of the morning political shows. I don’t need the BS or the stress.

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  16. bertdilbert says:

    The NYT had to attack Priebus and Price rather than Ryan because they want the focus of failure to be on Trump’s inner circle. Thus the story becomes full anti-Trump and leaves the Uniparty out of it.

    The real story is that the republicans were unable to fix the democrat screwup of the ACA itself and no democrat would come over to fix their own poop.

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  17. Proud Texan says:

    Fox News advertised the Judge’s show indicating new info on the surveillance scandal. This was well before PDJT’s tweet. I don’t think the President is advertising anything other than watching her show to find out about the “wiretapping”.
    The question I’d like answered is, why was the segment pulled. New Judge special tonight. Maybe they needed to get confirmation on things?

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    • JoD says:

      Tex…that’s it! F&F baited the hook by suggesting that some stunning info would be revealed on JJ. However, the show spent very little time on the surveillance issue.
      IMO….whatever she planned to “reveal” was pulled……hmmm!

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  18. oldgrunt68 says:

    Ok Price. Stop the bs. You have extra powers as HHS secretary, use them. Or everyone can just shut up.
    Here are five ways that Secretary Price can undo Obamacare:

    1.Side with the courts on Obamacare’s cost-sharing subsidies

    Price could side with House Republicans on a federal lawsuit that ruled that Obama illegally appropriated funds to help low-income Americans pay for co-pays. Secretary Price could drop the Obama administration’s appeal and allow the court ruling to stand.

    2. Reduce Healthcare.gov’s advertising

    The HHS secretary possesses discretion over the advertising budget for the marketplace. Under Secretary Price, Health and Human Services could stop advertising healthcare.gov and Obamacare exchanges.

    3. Stop lobbying health insurers to join Obamacare exchanges

    The Obama administration urged health insurance companies to join the federal exchanges. Dropping HHS’s health insurance lobbying might diminish Obamacare’s progress.

    4. Allow states to implement Obamacare in a more conservative fashion

    Tom Price has the authority to grant waivers to states to implement Obamacare in a more conservative manner. Although the conservative implementation must be “as least as comprehensive” as Obamacare’s mandates, it awards states flexibility.

    5. Limit individual mandate by granting hardship waivers

    The Trump administration has authority to grant waivers based on “hardship.” Larry Levitt, of the Kaiser Family Foundation, says there is no precise definition of hardship, allowing Secretary Price to label being forced to pay for the individual mandate is “hardship.”

    No he will not do it because it is all a scam. Thank you conservative HFC for over riding all this backstabbing by Ryan and Priebus……

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  19. Contrarymary says:

    Listen to rinse talk about working with the “moderate” democrats. Nauseating. Rinses republicans have been bending over the aisle for the demonrats for as long as I can remember. This is what the trump revolution was all about, or so I thought. Now I’m really discouraged. Are we going to get our country back to a constitutional republic or not. Are we going down the same old path of working with the communists in the democrat party, or are we draining the swamp? Now I wonder about the meaning of that phrase. Ready to throw up my hands and wait for the implosion of the country.

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    • The country imploded in 1913, it’s just that no one wants to admit it or correct it.

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      • Congressman don't be afraid to touch the third rail says:

        The country went bankrupt in 1933 when FDR closed the banks and only half came back when the “bank holiday” ended.

        FDR also decreed that gold was no longer legal to privately own and everyone was required to turn in their gold coins or face arrest and imprisonment.

        In addition gold certificates were replaced with those of silver. In 1964 LBJ removed the silver from coinage and silver certificates. Now even the penny is debased. On Monday, August 15, 1971 Nixon removed the gold backing to the dollar for international finance breaking the 1944 Bretton Woods agreement. Many countries hoarded the dollar to back their own currencies, rather than gold, and saw the support they counted on become worthless.

        Also in 1933 gold was devalued from $20 to $35 an ounce (although an increase in amount it was pure inflation – a 1933 $35 oz. equaled a 1932 $20 oz.)

        The Great Depression lasted until December 8, 1941.

        FDR created Social Security – and since then all the funds collected in social security taxes has been, and is being,spent. Any excess tax over what is spent is taken by the government and an IOU created for that amount to be deposited in the ‘trust fund’.

        The Social Security trust funds are nothing except a federal IOU. Since the federal government holds the IOU it created it is not an asset.

        The federal reserve note in your pocket is backed by the full faith and credit(card) of the United States. With a national funded debt now in excess of $20 trillion we each owe an estimated $66,600 of that debt.

        With over 90 million Americans no longer in the workforce the future of SSA is jeopardized and probably short term.

        Both political parties have cut SSA benefits –
        > full time student benefits up to age 22 was stopped in the 1980’s (they end now with the first of the third month following age 19 is attained if the child is still in high school and not disabled. This was a Carter change that took place under the next administration ie, Reagan).
        > Mother’s with a non-disabled child their care lose their benefit when the child is 16 (used to be 18).
        > Full retirement age (FRA) used to be 65. Now its 66 or 67 or 68 etc.
        > Jimmy Carter introduced a new way to calculate benefits in the 1970’s when faced with the first financial crisis facing SSA took place. Many Americans were affected – recall the term “Notch Baby”? Under the new calculation it is possible to have a zero benefit.
        > SSA benefits are now taxable based on whatever other income a retiree has. The basis was never indexed for inflation. You will all eventually pay taxes on your SSA benefits when you retire. Municipal tax free bond income does not exempt you from paying taxes on the SSA benefit.
        > Medicare premiums began at $3.60 a month as a deduction (and this was all the gov’t expected to be necessary). Now the Medicare premiums are now well over $100 per month.
        > the SSA cost of living increases have been artificially limited (and some beneficiaries have not received an increase because the COL increase does not cover the rise in the Medicare monthly premium.)
        >the lump sum death payment was reduced to $255.

        In addition to the retiree aspect of SSA benefit payments there is the ‘welfare components’. These have never been funded – spouse benefits, children’s benefits, divorced spouse benefits (a retiree can have a current spouse and as many as 4 ex-spouses receiving benefits under the retiree’s wage record. The SSA taxes levied on a retiree’s wages are the same as if the retiree is the only one who will receive a benefit .).

        It will never happen – but the only way to begin to rescue social security is to limit benefit payments to only the actual retiree who paid the taxes on the account.. End auxiliary beneficiary payments.

        The employer component of social security taxes is the wage earner’s also (and are actually a deferred wage payment.)

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      • Onlyamerican – imploding means collapsed in on itself, leaving nothing but a pile of rubble. That hasn’t happened. Even during the Great Depression, this country was growing, creative people were inventing, people were buildings, and so on. It just slowed down a bit.

        What really impoverished most of the country was WW II, but FDR and his socialist/ communist cronies took control of the economy and did not allow citizens to spend what money they did have. When “the Boys came home,” everyone had a pretty big bank account, plus “the Boys” had access to the GI Bill, so they could go to college.

        Still firmly believing in scarcity, the socialists still in govt, even under Pres. Truman, put on a big anti-woman propaganda campaign to make women leave the work force and go back to being housewives.

        There’s more than one way to wreck a country. Imploding isn’t one of them. Oh, and we Americans dug ourselves out of the morass the socialists had stuck us in. So, Ha, ha, ha!

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    • mimbler says:

      I think when Obamacare implodes beyond the ability of the media to hide it, that moderate dems will indeed work with republicans on an alternative. I don’t believe their constituents will allow them to just vote against everything while people are unable to obtain health insurance
      Mike

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    • Southern Son says:

      Then stay at home with your hands I’m the air, Mary.
      If you ain’t got any, then You ain’t helpin’!!
      President Trump, also told us to Not Worry!
      “Contrary” to your Concern, We will Press ON!
      God Bless Ya…

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      • Southern Son says:

        If you ain’t got any Support.

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        • Contrarymary says:

          Well, southern son, you tell me who I’m suppose to support. Never trusted preibus, never trusted Ryan. Now they come up with a bill that still gives health care to illegals and those of us working can’t afford and I’m suppose to trust them? Ryan is the same person who bent over every time Obama wanted more of the workers money for his friends. You want me now to support the same people I detested in the Republican Party for the last several years and turn my back on the only people who spoke out against it? It’s discouraging, southern and no, at this point, I don’t trust anyone. I trust God, cuz it’s going his way anyway. I pray for trump and hope he prays before his decisions too. As He says “lean not unto your own understanding but in all your ways acknowledge Him and He will direct your path.”, or “righteousness exalteth a nation”.

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  22. coltlending says:

    Uniparty(R) & Uniparty(D) will slow walk everything PDJT tries to do.

    What was gained by pulling the vote?

    To keep hidden the back stabbers.

    They should have brought it to a vote.

    I’m concered Reince evidently does not know the word survailed.

    I might have flubbed that word multiple times under the heat of Wallace’s show, but I’m not in a high level of government.

    I’m no more surprised that Ryan sabatoged this Bill then I am Carlos Danger kept sending pics.

    We need better then this.

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  23. Beatit says:

    Not a bad play to let Obamacare die a horrible death so people beg to get another bill going. This takes the big blame off Trump and saves him from that weezel Ryan’s bill…Nothing is better here. By 2018 it will be desperate and it’s harsh to hold this healthcare bill hostage but people are stupid right now and need a catastrophe to come to their senses. Of all the things out there bad that can happen to you is to become ill and have no medical care……

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  24. Summer says:

    Reince the Scapegoat.

    Fresh, still steaming Fake News, produced and delivered to you by your trusted Fake Media: WaPo and NYT claim that Priebus is nominated to be the Scapegoat.

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  25. Now we know why Obama used Executive Orders so much; that’s what PTrump needs to do…keep up with the EO’s.

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  26. R-C says:

    Priebus: “…We have a two-party system in this country…”

    Thus, advancing the myth. We have a ONE-party system in Washington, DC. The Uni-Party, playing BOTH roles for unseeing dupes, for decades.

    I have never been a fan of Priebus. The Boss wants him for his Chief of Staff? That’s The Boss’ choice–but not MY choice. I don’t like him. I don’t trust him.

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    • We actually do have two parties, though both usually operate in WaDC as the UniParty. However, if you don’t believe me, talk personally to a couple of Democrats. See whether they have ANY ideas in common with the Republicans you know.

      I have done this, at much peril to my own self. It’s not pleasant, but must be done. The “good” Democrats are gone, gone, I tell you! I don’t know where they went, but the ones who had a sense of humor, fun parties, friendly and good advice — they are gone.

      Perhaps our President does not know this.

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      • R-C says:

        The ILLUSION of ‘two parties’ is exactly what they want you to think. It’s why they do all that play-acting.

        There is but ONE party in Washington, DC. The globalist Uni-Party.

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  27. WeThePeople2016 says:

    I gathered from watching the Priebus interview this morning with Wallace that he was saying that the HFC and the Tuesday group were getting hammered by their constituents over what happened. IMHO, many of the Trump voters thought that the so-called conservatives were going to side with Trump/Pence and pass the bill. When President Trump spoke on Friday afternoon, it enlightened the Trump voter to what took place. They are now going after the HFC and the GOPe with pitchforks.

    These Reps. were running around saying all week that they were getting phone calls from their constituents saying to vote no on the bill. I believe that many of the callers were NOT Trump voters but were Democrats and NeverTrumpers, and many were probably not from their district, like the Townhalls. NOW, the Trump voter has risen and are taking the helm on this matter and these Reps. are getting creamed by their constituents.

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  28. Betty says:

    I wish when ever a member of the Trump Administration is standing in front of a microphone saying what steps are necessary “in order to prevent an implosion of Obamacare” would add “and a great deal of pain which otherwise will be visited on the American people”

    So they should say: “… in order to prevent an implosion of Obamacare and a great deal of pain which otherwise will be visited on the American people”.

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