March 27th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #67

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1,527 Responses to March 27th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #67

  1. carterzest says:

    Sad

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  2. andi lee says:

    What’s the point of the Oversight Cmte.?!! There are no criminal charges, no restitution. No relief for the Americans FORCED to pay for the bad behavior of gvnmt entities/congressmen, who reaped the benefits of graft.

    FannieMae & FreddieMac were taken over by our gvmnt in 2008. Since that time, the debt has now amassed to $5 Trillion that Americans are on the hook for.

    Would you believe that FM & FM contributed $$$$ to a political party?? FOIA request denied requesting more info on subject.

    Mr. Fitton, of Judicial Watch, testifies before congress (6:37 min)

    ((Fraudulent behavior. There were untold numerous Congressmen involved in the 0% home-loan scandal (the Countrywide Mortgage scheme, “friends of…” CEO name) as well as millions of Americans “qualifying” for homes they couldnt afford. Many Banks scrambled to offload the bad debt to other banks – think, “musical chairs” game until housing bubble burst))

    ~My Big Fat Mafia Gvmt

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  3. WestportCT says:

    Funny listening to MM pundits rattle on about Trump’s “big failure” with repeal and replace. Does anyone really doubt Trump will be back at the table working a deal? His signature character trait is never quitting, never giving up. He just walked away to reset expectations.

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    • cozette says:

      I hope now that Ryan and the whole phoney narrative of we are ready, just give us a POTUS that will sign our bill and it’s on that it will be Rand and the Freedom Caucus’s turn in the spotlight. Let’s see them pass THEIR “Better Way” . Let’s see Rand pass his plan. If course they won’t even try. P

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  4. jeans2nd says:

    Well, well, well. Lookee here. NBC has done our work for us.

    “Seven Ways the Trump Administration Could Make Obamacare ‘Explode’”
    http://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-care/seven-ways-trump-administration-could-make-obamacare-explode-n738916

    Do it, Mr. Pres. Do it.

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  5. WestportCT says:

    PS. Was interesting to see market’s reaction today. Dow opened down -150 but short sellers never got control of the action. End of the day buy in…I think the market also feels Trump is going to come back and put a deal together on repeal and replace.

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  6. Good shooting kid 3 for 3

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    • nimrodman says:

      And the Left drones on and drones on that “you don’t need an assault rifle for hunting”.

      No, but they are pretty handy for home invasions, no?

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      • SteveInCO says:

        They certainly do the job. A handgun may be easier to work with in very cramped conditions, and a shotgun will be more powerful–maybe too much so for some people to handle well. But surely there is something out there that fits your needs. Celebrate (gun) diversity!

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  7. ZZZ says:

    Nebraska Democratic Party draws fire for putting voter registration forms in gift baskets for refugees

    Jane Kleeb, the Democratic Party leader, said that as part of a meeting on March 18, staff donated about 50 baskets of items to Lutheran Family Services and the Refugee Empowerment Center. Along with baby formula, flatware and dishware, the party included voter registration forms and letters from Kleeb explaining what it means to be a Democrat.

    “There is nothing illegal about what we did,” she said, adding that the form clearly explains that only citizens are eligible to vote. The intention, she said, was to familiarize refugees with the registration process.

    “We wanted to let refugees know that the Democratic Party welcomes them,” she said.

    So I guess the “refugees” will be given amnesty along with the illegal aliens?

    http://www.omaha.com/news/politics/nebraska-democratic-party-draws-fire-for-putting-voter-registration-forms/article_251dda96-78e3-5be6-8ed0-98e33c13dadd.html

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    • Actually, YES! Refugees are flown in the dark of night and are being given SSN and PASSPORTS.

      What’s to keep them from voting?

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      • Forgot this link to Jack Folley’s interview with a former employee of the U.N. Refugee Resettlement Program. It’s worth the watch, but main points are that dirty, diseased, unvetted refugees are being flown in the dead of night, are being processed by being given SSNs and passports (Can this be a legal operation? This is Obama and the UN)

        Refugees are helped to find housing, jobs ( Seems that ‘fake” jobs recharge their cash cards every month), food stamps, and they are interviewed and prompted to answer the questions correctly for DISABILITY. They are set for life.

        These refugees carry diseases including TB, AIDS, whooping couch, smallpox, measles, and other diseases. They are not being health screened, nor are they tracked. In other words…they are cut loose in our neighborhoods.

        Compliments of all those “Christian” resettlement programs who receive $2500 per refugee – and continue their overseas search for more and more unvetted refugees.

        We are being SCREWED.

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      • annieoakley says:

        Nothing.

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    • So reaction from VP Pence – in charge of voting integrity?
      CRICKETS.

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    • Blade says:

      … seems pretty straightforward to me …

      42 U.S. Code § 1973gg–10 – Criminal penalties
      A person, including an election official, who in any election for Federal office—
      (1) knowingly and willfully intimidates, threatens, or coerces, or attempts to intimidate, threaten, or coerce, any person for—
      – (A) registering to vote, or voting, or attempting to register or vote;
      – (B) urging or aiding any person to register to vote, to vote, or to attempt to register or vote; or
      – (C) exercising any right under this subchapter; or
      (2) knowingly and willfully deprives, defrauds, or attempts to deprive or defraud the residents of a State of a fair and impartially conducted election process, by—
      – (A) the procurement or submission of voter registration applications that are known by the person to be materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent under the laws of the State in which the election is held; or
      – (B) the procurement, casting, or tabulation of ballots that are known by the person to be materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent under the laws of the State in which the election is held, shall be fined in accordance with title 18 (which fines shall be paid into the general fund of the Treasury, miscellaneous receipts (pursuant to section 3302 of title 31), notwithstanding any other law), or imprisoned not more than 5 years, or both.

      Deplorables unite and contact our Justice Department. It’s so easy too …

      Web Contact Form: https://www.justice.gov/doj/webform/your-message-department-justice
      Department Comment Line: (202) 353-1555
      Snail Mail:
      Attorney General Jeff Sessions
      U.S. Department of Justice
      950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
      Washington, DC 20530-0001

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  8. nimrodman says:

    Johnny Rotten – Trump supporter

    BREX PISTOL: Punk Legend Johnny Rotten Hails Brexit, Backs Trump
    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/03/27/working-class-spoken-punk-legend-johnny-rotten-praises-brexit-trump-farage/

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  9. All I can say is wow, how can CNN say they are news.

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  10. citizen817 says:

    Violent Paris protestors injure three officers after police kill Chinese father-of-five

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  11. Katherine McCoun says:

    Interesting web site tracking Trump support votes by congress. Of course support/non support that is not caught in an actual vote is not reflected in this tally. Reps that did not support healthcare can still have 100%, for example. Still helpful and interesting.
    https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/congress-trump-score/house/

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    • ZZZ says:

      You can Alphabetize by state by clicking on the arrows above the state column.

      Only turd in SC’s punch bowl is the only D in the bunch…ridiculous politics being played by these Dems…they could CARE LESS about this country, they only HATE PDJT…that is all that drives their voting decisions:

      Mark Sanford
      R SC-1
      91.7%

      Joe Wilson
      R SC-2
      100.0%

      Jeff Duncan
      R SC-3
      100.0%

      Trey Gowdy
      R SC-4
      100.0%

      James E. Clyburn
      D SC-6
      9.5%

      Tom Rice
      R SC-7
      100.0%

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  12. Victor Waters says:

    Health Care Plan
    1. Everyone has catastrophic health insurance.
    2. Everyone has HSA – $5,000
    3 subsidize those with low income and preconditions
    4. Eliminate all mandates
    5. Public pricing for patient/consumer shopping
    6. No employer insurance.
    7. No Medicaid
    8. Catastrophic Insurance across state lines.

    Guaranteed to reduce health care costs to 30% of existing
    Costs.

    Victor Waters, MD

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      Victor Waters, are you saying that doctors would be willing to cut their rates by 70% if insurers were not involved? It would take at least that much discount to achieve what you’re saying. I would be very surprised if they would, but you should know better since you are a doctor. I’ve paid cash for healthcare services from doctors and usually see about a 25-40% discount. The biggest I’ve ever been able to get was 50%, but usually less. If what you say is what you would do, do you really believe that your peers would all agree to the same thing?

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      • victor waters says:

        The doctors will cut their rates significantly with no need to file insurance claims and get pre-authorizations.
        Competition would motivate Doctors to offer the best service at the lowest cost.
        The consumer/patient would be in charge and not insurance companies and government.
        The real savings are outpatient labs, radiology, minor surgery, diagnostic procedures,, CT Scans, MRI.
        My peers would have no choice to be competitive.
        Catastrophic Insurance would be very affordable with Insurance competition and no mandates.
        Let the free market work and no one will complain about the cost of health care.

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        • the5thranchhand says:

          Absolutely! Thank you for your very informative posts Victor Waters, MD. Let’s get back to a one on one Doctor/ patient relationship. Best for the Doctors, best for the patients. And to hell with insurance companies, and the government, being involved in healthcare.

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        • Ray Titus says:

          I think you’re partially right, but I also think that many of your peers would not do as you say they would. In the old days doctors did not file claims with insurers, patients paid and filed their own claims and got reimbursed. Once providers started filing claims then the costs really soared (and also when litigation for malpractice got out of control). I’m very old and worked as an auditor in the healthcare field for a major accounting operation. We found so much fraud from providers that it was staggering. One case I remember was in Florida where claims were examined that were filed by providers and we found 48% of them to be fraudulent. And I can give many more examples around the country of those instances. You sound like an honorable man, but unfortunately most people are not. Most people cut corners and cheat when they think they won’t get caught, healthcare providers included. I have a relative who just this past year was being treated by a provider and was paying in a cash transaction, no insurance involved. He found huge “errors” in his billing and fought for many months just to get the billing right. By the time they quit arguing that they’d provided services that they had not, the bill was reduced by 40% and then he negotiated a cash deal on the balance and got another 1/3 off. Not a great discount, but then if he’d accepted the original bill with all the “errors” he’d have paid far more. He’s met many other patients of this highly regarded physician who are battling these types of “errors” in their bills. Too many people think that the providers are saints and I just don’t see it. I think there are much bigger problems than people think and the insurers, while they are a problem, are far from the biggest problem as the providers claim.

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    • cjzak says:

      Sounds good but what about tort reform? What are the costs for subsidized poor? How is that part funded? I like the competitive public rates and that you believe Doctors will reduce rates. I am all for catastrophic and HSA acts. I like being able to cross state lines. Do the federal employees have to take this too? Hope so.

      Send this along to your representative and see if they respond. Would be nice if we could get something this simple and straight forward but this is the federal govt. and nothing is ever done in the most simple, straight forward way.

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    • cozette says:

      Politically Medicaid isn’t going anywhere. The best that can be done is fight the expansion and try to offer cheaper care and encourage healthier lifestyles so maybe it shrinks. I’m not sure it would be possible to bar private companies from offering private insurance to employees although this cost is why the big donors to the GOP want single payer as much as the Dens do. The GOP just lies about to their voters. I don’t put Trump in this camp BTW.

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  13. Antifa got beat down last weekend and now even the French have had enough and are fighting back.

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  14. WeThePeople2016 says:

    I was watching FBN at the 5:00 p.m. hour today. A guest was on that is a constituent of Rep. Amash. He was also on last week. It seems he has changed his tune over the Freedom Caucus and Amash’s role in it. He said they need to learn to work with the GOP. He said that he cannot support Amash on this particular issue (his stance on healthcare). He was asked what he thought about single payer, and he immediately went into how terrible it is in England and in Canada. He is totally against it. He also said that the people in Michigan worked too hard to get President Trump elected.

    Mind you, this same constituent was singing Amash’s praises last week, and said he was aware of his stance on the healthcare bill and that he would still support him. He was not as friendly towards him today. I have a feeling the Freedom Caucus members are getting an ear full now.

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  15. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Rep. Poe, who left the Freedom Caucus, is scheduled to appear on the Varney & Co. show tomorrow morning. Poe was also on with Fox and Friends this morning. I didn’t see it, but I saw some clips of it.

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  16. psadie says:

    More European countries are looking into “banning” Soros’ NGO’s while Soros hired an Executive to handle his financial affairs…sorry Georgy you can’t hide anything from anyone for they are coming for you at last!

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-27/italian-officials-call-investigation-george-soros-supported-ngo-migrant-fleet

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  17. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Did anyone catch Spicer say today that the Trump Administration has received a lot of phone calls since Friday afternoon from both sides of the aisle who are willing to work on Healthcare with them. He said we are working to get to the 218 number that is needed to pass it. He also mentioned that they learned a lot over this debacle, and that Trump learned that there are some people he thought he could count on that he can’t. He also said that Price was on Capitol Hill today working on it. It seems to me that they are working behind the scenes on the Healthcare bill and that Trump is not going to count on the GOP to get it done. He is taking the bull by the horns and working on the Bill to see that it passes with both GOP and Dem votes.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      Before he was a candidate he had often been quoted as saying “Sometimes by losing a battle you find a new way to win the war.” I think after this week our opponents are more worried and fearful than ever.

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    • Eric Kennedy says:

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    • benifranlkin says:

      I think it is critical to have bipartisan support or Trumpcare will end up being fought over like Obamacare is now and maybe ripped up when Trump leaves office.

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    • Dennis Leonard says:

      Perhaps this what he is working on,

      http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2017/03/magic_bullet_just_pass_the_health_care_bill_obama_vetoed.html

      After President Obama’s veto of Restoring Americans’ Healthcare Freedom Reconciliation Act, Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said, “We have shown now that there is a clear path to repealing ObamaCare without 60 votes in the Senate. So, next year, if we’re sending this bill to a Republican president, it will get signed into law.”

      The Heritage Foundation, which had grave reservations about the AHCA, urged after Trump’s election the re-passage of the 2015 legislation, suggesting that based on past support, it could have been on Trump’s desk for him to sign on day one:

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      • cozette says:

        Heritage is full of it. As Sundance has explained many times big GOPe donors benefit if Obamacare stays in place and destroys the private insurance industry as intended. This will usher in single payer. They would no longer have the cost of expensive employee insurance because there would be none. The total support from team GOPe was because they knew Obama would veto it. It fueled the anger of the base and ginned them up for the next elections. Clinton was supposed to win. If they had the energy the GOP could have sent a fake repeal bill for her to veto to feed the bases rage or just wait to play Key Stone Cops as Hillary ushers in socialized medicine. The Freedom Caucus knew and Heritage knows that at least 5 GOP Senators said they would NOT vote to repeal.

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  18. cycle1 says:

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  19. nwtex says:

    Doug Powers‏ @ThePowersThatBe 9h
    Rumor has it they are also constructing a mechanical Hillary that will wander around Enchanted Forest

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  20. nwtex says:

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  21. JoD says:

    So disappointed to hear Lou take the side of the so-called Freedom Caucus.
    Now, he’s bitch-slapping Rep. Chris Collins for supporting the Bill.
    It’s hard to watch. I guess I have to add Lou Dobbs to my hiatus list.

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    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      He is still taking the side of the Freedom Caucus even after they have been exposed this weekend? He was very rude to Rep. Collins about a week ago. I honestly don’t know how Collins remained calm because I was getting annoyed with Dobbs and how he was treating him. I am getting very suspicious that something is up here with Dobbs and his worshipping of the Freedom Caucus.

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      • Remington...... says:

        I agree. That was uncomfortable to hear Lou side with the fc wankers. I’m fairly certain sees the articles here. Sooo obvious.

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    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      BTW, Varney tore the Freedom Caucus apart this morning on his show and some of his guests did as well. He blamed them for the debacle that occurred on Friday with the Healthcare bill.

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    • ALEX says:

      I didn’t like the bill and it was going to see more modifications, but I have a hard time watching Dobbs,Hannity and most of them anymore…It’s all negative and Dobbs in particular is screaming and nasty…

      Last month or so I have tuned most conservative news out and you couldn’t pay me to watch most FOX….The numbers will be declining rapidly…

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    • majorstar says:

      Yeah. You wonder how he can be and has been so pro-Trump yet he has embraced these HFC jokers in their neverTrump sabotage of the AHCA bill and continue to fight the president he claims to support. Not good optics, Lou.

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    • Walt says:

      Wake up its not hard its not Freedom Caucus and it not Paul Ryan. NO ELECTED OFFICIAL WANTS TO GET RID OF OBAMACARE!!! Follow the money!OUR GOVERNMENT IS BOUGHT!!!

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      • woohoowee says:

        Yep, and the salesmen are the shiny things. Trump45 is going to pull it off for us, though. Ya just know he will. He’s telling us not to worry, so things are under control.

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    • Rainy says:

      JoD, I saw Dobbs as well. He was confusing.
      Is it true that in Ryan’s health care bill 24 million would have become uninsured?, I thought if it was outright repealed 24 million would not have coverage and that’s why Trump didn’t want to do it that way. I wish I had the read the whole bill when it was posted.

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      • wanthetruth says:

        They misrepresented that 24 million. That number came from the amount of people that would be dropping O’care if no longer “mandated” (ie coerced) into having to have it. It wasn’t a loss to 24 million…it was a choice they now would have had. The fake news just put their manipulative spin on it.

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  22. jefcool64 says:

    You are either with Trump, or you are against.

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  23. Bull Durham says:

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  24. youme says:

    On the Obmacare bill that Ryan tried to jam down our throats: Maybe we should thank the Freedom Caucus

    The bill was absolutely rotten. The bill was not the bill that was passed in 2015 and sent up to Obama that Obama vetoed. The Republicans got together, House and Senate, and they passed a repeal and replace bill. And this bill was designed for the campaign. It was designed to get Obama’s veto, which it did. It was designed to illustrate what they were gonna do if they were elected. And it had all the ingredients in it that were not in this bill.

    So the question is, between 2015, early 2016, when Obama vetoed it, and now, what happened? Why did they change the bill, and then who changed the bill? And no matter who you talk to, the answer to that question is, the House leadership changed the bill. And by changing the bill, what did they do? Let me tell you what was taken out of the bill in 2015, House and Senate voted on it, sent up to the White House, Obama vetoed it. All the Obama regulations that were taken out this bill put back in.

    The subsidies, not all of them, but a vast majority of the subsidies in Obamacare were removed in the 2015 bill. They were put back in the bill that was voted down last Friday. And the Medicaid expansion in the 2015 bill, it was removed. And in this bill, it was added back in. And what we got as a result of that was a continuation of Obamacare. The 2015 bill effectively removed much of Obamacare. The House leadership put that stuff back in.

    Now, did they do it because Trump said to do it? Did they do it ’cause Trump wanted it? Did Trump even know? Did Trump not care who was responsible? We still can’t get the final answer. In addition to that, what also was taken out — well, it wasn’t actually taken out in the 2015 bill, but what has now remained in the bill that was voted down was fewer insurance companies, not more. There was not gonna be any removal of the limit on selling insurance across state lines.
    So there are a whole lot of unanswered questions here. There’s a lot of curiosity and a lot of suspicion about this.

    https://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2017/03/27/scenarios-and-theories-what-happened-on-friday-and-what-happens-next/

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    • ALEX says:

      Either way President Trump supported it…That’s all that matters. People can find their own rational for not backing the President at this early stage, but it is what it is…

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      • moosebytes says:

        Yup! A ton of questions are up for honest answers.Working out a single-payer with the Marxist scum is not an option.

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      • georgiafl says:

        Trump said he didn’t like everything about Ryan’s bill. He wanted to change some things.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Agreed, Alex. The political war was Not won when President Trump won the nomination, the presidency or on Inauguration Day.

        The goal is to drain the swamp, defeat the globalist uniparty, build the wall and become a nation laws again.

        I include the wall not because it is one of my pet favorite issues but because without borders we are not a sovereign nation.

        Although I said not a peep, there were things I wasn’t crazy about in the health bill. But it had the best chance of passing, it was the call our General made and the details could be fixed during process or resisted later. It would have been an improvement. It would have helped jobs and the economy, etc. It was politically practical as Sundance explained thoroughly and that particular bill was but a battle, even skirmish in political war.

        Focus on the big picture. If the political war is won the rest can sort itself out after uniparty globalist s are defeated and we are a secure do sign nation again (and will be easier to sort out at that time).

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Oh phooey. Limbaugh is schtoopid.

      POTUS is allowing them to take themselves out, one dummy at a time, just like in the primaries in 2015. The only debate is who is the biggest dummy, the House Freedom Carcus or the GOPe.

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    • According to Sundance (who knows more than most on this subject), there was never a repeal bill, only a defund bill. If Rush got that basic fact wrong, then you can toss all the rest.

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    • Sharon says:

      Ryan the snake changed it! Trump was not for everything in the bill!

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    • JT says:

      it wasn’t a great bill, and truthfully the HFC probably did him a favor, but only because nobody in Trump’s base wanted it, not because it was worse than Obamacare (which it wasn’t). now when Trump starts talking to Democrats for votes, the mandate stays forever because of these clowns.

      they wanted everything RIGHT NOW and in the process got NOTHING.

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  25. ALEX says:

    This graph shows what we knew about Crooked Hillary’s unprecedented negative campaign….Combine this with the all out negative media assaults and it’s easier to see how this country is split like never before…

    The media Is now doing what it has never done before with Russia and that is using Propoganda against an elected President….Big difference from partisan coverage of past…

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  26. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Rep. Mo Brooks files bill to repeal Obamacare
    “Effective as of Dec. 31, 2017, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is repealed, and the provisions of law amended or repealed by such Act are restored or revived as if such Act had not been enacted,” the bill states.”

    more:http://www.al.com/news/huntsville/index.ssf/2017/03/rep_mo_brooks_files_bill_to_re.html

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    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      What is going to replace it? What will happen to the people who are on Obamacare if there is no replacement bill ready to go? I am sure Rep. Brooks will let his constituents know that he introduced a bill to repeal it. This bill will not go anywhere in the Senate – it will need 60 votes.

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  27. Just Scott says:

    Rep. Mo Brooks files one page bill to repeal Obamacare

    Full Text of “ObamaCare Repeal Act:”

    Effective as of December 31, 2017, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Public Law 111–148) is repealed, and the provisions of law amended or repealed by such Act are restored or revived as if such Act had not been enacted.

    Effective as of December 31, 2017, the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 (Public Law 111–152) is repealed, and the provisions of law amended or repealed by such Act are restored or revived as if such Act had not been enacted

    http://www.al.com/news/huntsville/index.ssf/2017/03/rep_mo_brooks_files_bill_to_re.html

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      It’s getting beyond ridiculous. The only way something like this could work is if Sherman and Peabody show up with a Wayback Machine.

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      • ALEX says:

        Someone asked one of these people what they do with everyone who will lose their insurance coverage, especially the very sick people who have benefited and it’s crickets.

        I understand many more have been hurt by Obamacare, but not having the ability to write a new law makes this very complicated …..Repeal only is not an option the President will sign and he has said so, but let these folks continue their charade and look like fools….

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        • Niagara Frontier says:

          Agree. That’s why I posted the cartoon and why I took a few days off from the topic. It appears that grand standing on this issue will never go out of style.

          I suspect if left to their own devices, there are enough of them who would introduce repeal bills for the next 8 years, just like they did for the previous 8 years. It’s like someone printed too many copies of something and just want to use them up before the paper turns yellow.

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    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      What is going to replace it? What will happen to the people who are on Obamacare if there is no replacement bill ready to go? I am sure Rep. Brooks will let his constituents know that he introduced a bill to repeal it. This bill will not go anywhere in the Senate – it will need 60 votes.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Still needs 60 votes in the Senate which is not happening. Why is Rep Mo Brooks wasting time chasing unicorns?

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      All for show

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    • Letting them try a repeal may be the only way to show it has no chance. I support this bill 100%.

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  28. jeans2nd says:

    Our favorite Deplorable Incorrigibles, 4 Chan /pol (@PolNewsnetwork1) twitter account has been suspended. No more Shia LeBeof HWNDU (HeWillNotDivideUs) updates?
    I think not! Just no more twitter from them.

    They may silence us, but they will NOT stop us.

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  29. JoD says:

    If one is willing to discount the 7+ YEARS that the so-called Freedom Caucus had to create
    Health Care “perfection”, it’s impossible to overlook the 4 + months since the election.
    I will concede that they probably assumed that they would never actually have to produce anything of substance, but as of November 9th, they should have assumed that the usual BS wouldn’t cut it and they just might have to do their jobs…..Uh oh!
    So, now the HFC will be “burning the midnight oil for the American people.”
    Oops….it’s time for a month-long Spring break!!!
    If it wasn’t so pathetic, it would be laughable.
    If one more Republican maggot tells us that NOW is the time to pull up their sleeves and get to work, I will puke.
    My late father always told me that politicians are a disturbing combination of liars, theives and whores…..turns out that Father Knows best!

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  30. Bull Durham says:

    Here’a Mad Dog’s next big war—Yemen.
    The people are being starved to death in Yemen.
    They are heroic in the face of Saudi genocidal war.

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  31. Just Scott says:

    This does not look good. A leftist group publicly protesting in Phoenix AZ wearing berets, masks, brown military garb and armed with AR’s. “John Brown Gun Club Phoenix”

    http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/lemons-gun-totin-left-wingers-demonstrate-trump-rally-bloodshed-on-the-horizon-9192965

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    • Watcher says:

      Not good at all a armed collection of left “everything” far far left.
      The Dallas police shooter belonged to the huey p Newton gun club.

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  32. carterzest says:

    Watching American Jihad… well, I was until “Since, 9-11-01, over twice as many Right Wing attacks have occurred than Left Wing attacks”-cut to innocent bowlhaircut press pool photo of Dylan Roof, who was a Democrat living with his democrat mom.

    Just can’t escape the #FakeNews

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  33. Bull Durham says:

    If Cheney escapes a straight jacket before his days are over, it will be miraculous.

    Now he wants to wage war over “Russia did it”.

    WMDs wasn’t costly enough in Iraq. Now he wants to blow the entire planet to bits.

    https://sputniknews.com/us/201703281052021099-russian-hack-elections-war-cheney/

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  34. jeans2nd says:

    A rare insight into Steve Bannon. And you know, this may even be true. Can see Bannon’s smile when he is saying this.

    Hydro Cannon Bannon. (You sure Bannon is Navy and not one of Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children? There was this Navy LT when at huachuca…)

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    • Blade says:

      Bannon is no slouch. He was a Navy strategist and successful as a civie becoming a billionaire which to someone like him becomes a force multiplier.

      He kinda reminds me of another indispensable next-gen type thinker Admiral John Poindexter who was Reagan’s National Security Adviser until he got ran out by the RINOs because of Iran-Contra. We are much better off when these type of folks are near our President because they have eyes in the back of their heads and play multi-dimensional chess on the Washington D.C. checkerboard.

      Bannon’s interview there surely drove midget the New York Slimes reporter mad because they have no way to process game-theory level thinkers. But I’m glad they reported it so that a few handwringers might sleep better ( Mark Levin who says there are no proper conservatives in the inner circle, not a one! ).

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    • Oldschool says:

      I love Bannon. Absolute genius.

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  35. Bull Durham says:

    Here’s a useful article with charts of Timelines of Trump Agenda

    See how they plan to get his policies into legislation across the coming months.

    It’s one. It gives an idea of the challenges ahead. We can’t expect it to last more than a few weeks.
    Too many anti-Trump and unAmericans in the Swamp.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-27/what-trumps-revised-agenda-timeline-looks-one-chart

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  37. Jason Ross says:

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/03/27/us/refugees-jobs-drug-testing/index.html
    DISGUSTING
    summary of this article:
    *Rust Belt jobs go to Mexico, leaving everyone on drugs and living in trailers
    *Some factories return and hire refugees who don’t even speak English
    *article claims refugees aren’t drug users, use 45-year-old married man as token example
    *said man has a wife who isn’t allowed to work and five kids … makes $10/hr

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  38. Martin says:

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  39. Joyful Noise says:

    Britisher speaks Out About London Terror Attack. It’s worth a look. People need to wake up.

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  40. Martin says:

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  41. Blade says:

    Make no mistake. Art Of The Deal in action. He knows what he is doing.

    And judging by the way Mark Levin was spinning tonight the purist populist-nationalist-haterz are catching holy hell.

    I predict another whipping will show sudden support for passage and a new vote scheduled. Don’t exactly know when though. There is serious strategy afoot.

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  42. JoD says:

    Another sign of the End Time….Geraldo Rivera made sense!
    It seems that even Jerry Rivers has figured out what a bunch of duplicitous back-stabbers
    the so-called Freedom Caucus really are.
    He even took it to the next level by suggesting that the HFC really objects to “poor people”getting something for free. Can’t argue with that!
    Of course Hannity was turning a whiter shade of pale.
    Good times!

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  43. jackphatz says:

    Maybe someone has already posted this but it’s so ..simple’…so spot on, no one who should be thinking like this is. I love it!!

    In a simple two-page document, an Alabama congressman has filed a bill in the U.S. House of Representatives to repeal Obamacare.
    Or, as it is stated in the bill, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
    U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Huntsville, introduced the bill Friday.
    “This Act may be cited as the ‘Obamacare Repeal Act,'” the bill states.

    And the bill uses just one sentence to do it.

    “Effective as of Dec. 31, 2017, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is repealed, and the provisions of law amended or repealed by such Act are restored or revived as if such Act had not been enacted,” the bill states.

    And that’s it – one sentence.

    http://www.al.com/news/huntsville/index.ssf/2017/03/rep_mo_brooks_files_bill_to_re.html

    I bet Mark Levin is all over this one tonight, it takes care of his boss’s problem.

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