Sunday Talks: Senator Tom Cotton -vs- The Smug Filled Toady…

Good grief, it’s obvious Will Rogers never met Chuck Todd.  However, that said, the Tom Cotton part of the interview, despite the ridiculously smug condescending and antagonistic questioning, was quite good.

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There ain’t a table wide enough…

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134 Responses to Sunday Talks: Senator Tom Cotton -vs- The Smug Filled Toady…

  1. Apollo says:

    Sen. Cotton is excellent. A smart cookie!

    One wishes some of the NeverTrumper freshmen, like the obnoxious Ben Sasse, would take a cue from Sen. Cotton!

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    • RedBallExpress says:

      I guess most of us would flip the table on its side and start shooting.

      Liked by 12 people

    • Uncle Max says:

      I wish Cotton had asked Chuck, why no transgender TV News host? How many TV producers are trans and would the network have a problem with hiring and promoting trans folk to be on TV… as prominent anchors…or would it be ” if they could get the job done”…. and there’s your answer for the military… and no… the military should just say, if you decide to transition AFTER joining, cya later. If you had all your surgeries and are ready to serve, then we’ll assess your qualifications. We don’t need folks signing up for a 4 year hitch only to train and then proceed to have 2 1/2 years of light duty b/c they are recovering or going through therapies and surgeries , on the Government dime btw.

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      • Scarlet says:

        Excellent post.

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        • singingsoul says:

          I think Cotton should have ask Chuck what about a illegal taking his place for one 1/4 of the pay and to top it up that Chuck’s kid could not get the job he liked because an illegal will do the job for 1/3 what his kid gets.
          Things change when it his close to home and it has not hit them jet.

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          • LivLovely101 says:

            I think Chuck U Todd’s kid already has a job and it must be doing his dad’s hair. There can be no other explanation for that Jerry Lewis “hey ladies!” hair style- oi vey!

            In regards to illegals and jobs, I noticed, beginning last month, an increase in jobs that are usually filled by illegals. I have been perusing job openings for months and for the first time, I have seen job openings for dishwashers, landscape helpers (manicured landscaping is a requirement where I live), maintenance helpers, laundry workers and various hotel jobs like “maids”, general laborers etc. And I even saw a job for a storage facility that was hiring someone to be there 7 days a week. And as there was no office there and no indoor units, they would let you “use/stay” in a storage unit while “on the premises”….hmmm.

            So there has been a definite increase in available unskilled labor jobs and as I have been job hunting for quite a while, I can clearly see that it is due to The MAGA Effect.

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      • kate says:

        Great post, but it is on Our Taxpayers dime, not the Government dime, (just a reminder).

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        • Uncle Max says:

          Uh, distinction without a difference. I assumed the readership at CTH knew all too well where “Government Dimes” come from.

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        • Ah, I should have scrolled down before posting as a late arrival. lol

          On another note. UNIPARTY.

          I watched a couple of minutes of this diatriPe. It cannot be taken seriously in any capacity. It’s all bs kabuki theater, all the time. I get why it’s posted though, so no worries there. Glad I never watch tv though. lol

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      • whoseyore says:

        My son was an athlete who was recruited for the Air Force Academy and because of a minor heart defect, he was refused entry. That heart defect has never given him problems (praise the Lord); however, they didn’t want to have to have to financially take care of that heart issue or any other health issue that could arise as a result of it. In the past (pre-Obama) they wanted only healthy individuals (both mentally and physically) who don’t need, as Uncle Max put it “surgeries and counseling”. That is unheard of that they would accept people knowing that they will be needing health care.

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        • Uncle Max says:

          This happens ALL THE TIME. Same for asthmatics and many other conditions. The military turns down a LOT of people who want to serve and would do well, if not for issues deemed by the services to be financially risky to the service. A lot of folks that have never served have the impression that the services take anyone… and that hasn’t been the case since the late 70’s…. and it’s stricter since the draw-downs in the 2010-14 era.

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          • JoAnn Leichliter says:

            My son served seven years in the Army, after having corrective eye surgery. Prior to the surgery (did it as a civilian, at his own expense), he was rejected by the Army–despite ASFAP score through the roof, due to his eyesight.

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        • Beenthere says:

          No, the military doesn’t want to be responsible for a noncombat death.

          The stress (G-force) from flying some aircraft or stress from boot camp might exacerbate that minor heart defect into something fatal.

          If the defect can be corrected then get it done. My son has a congenital defect that could affect his cardio-pulmonary systems. According to the surgeon once the defect is corrected & healed he’ll be able to join the military.

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        • Yeah, and this sickness of “gender reassignment surgery” isn’t someone in need of health care, it’s someone in need of a straight jacket (so they don’t hurt themselves!) and likely a lifetime of someone to talk them off the ledge (therapy).

          The surgery in no way converts one’s gender either. Just creates an unnatural freak of nature.

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      • I agree with the others, yours is a good post. But… there is no such thing as the “government dime”.

        The “government” has NO money, it is all stolen/taken from the people, borrowed from the unconstitutional fed which prints counterfeit fiat money(backed by nothing) and charges interest on it that taxation cannot catch up to, or “borrows” it from other nations. Meanwhile, they “give” it to other nations all over the planet. It’s what created HUGE “government”.

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      • Well, the World Health Organization has already determined that gender is based on chromosomes – DNA. If you are transitioning, you are simply a mental case on the loose, but not fit to serve.

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    • mikebrezzze says:

      Without a doubt, chuck has the worst haircut/ comb-down in television history!

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    • peachteachr says:

      So agree, Apollo. I admire Sen. Cotton. I’d be willing to bet that Paul Ryan sees Sen. Cotton as competition to his aspirations for the WH. He is Paul, and he will rub your nose in your liberal views.

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  2. Pam says:

    Bravo Mr. Cotton, well done. He did a much better job of articulating what is supposed to be the GOP’s position on each of those issues very clearly. Todd is indeed a toad!

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  3. Dan Patterson says:

    We are at war.
    It is 1935 and we are Europe.

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  4. mariner says:

    I hadn’t seen Sen. Cotton speak before, and in this interview I believe he was outstanding.

    He spoke well in favor of U.S. policy about N. Korea (as set forth by Trump and Tillerson), and I like how he refused to be trapped the ever-present trans questions.

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    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      First time for me, too. Cotton attended the Secret Island meeting who plotted against Donald Trump so I had been leery of Cotton. I am pleasantly surprised, as Cotton did a good job handling the interview. Cotton stayed on target for MAGA agenda, but I will be sitting on the fence watching. We all have been burned by the Never Trumpers who tried to ride on the MAGA coattail. I welcome Cotton support, but once he starts to say differently, out he goes, on the spot.

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  5. paulraven1 says:

    Once again, our side indulges the smugness and condescension as if it’s a perfectly normal part of business. The day we stop doing that is the day the culture starts changing.

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  6. Socrates says:

    He emits class and knowledge. He was respectful of the toad and did not attack his leading stupid leading questions. He played HIS game quite well.We need more like him.

    Liked by 3 people

    • paulraven1 says:

      Why do we need more people “respectful” of the toads. I maintain we need just the opposite.

      Liked by 7 people

      • snarkybeach says:

        we need more Dr. Gorkas, articulate, whip-smart and fearless…

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      • mariner says:

        I would characterize Sen. Cotton’s demeanor as polite or civil, and I don’t believe he looks up at all to Todd.

        He spoke MAGA without being rude, and I think that’s excellent.

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        • paulraven1 says:

          And where does that get us? Sorry, I’m done with the Marquis of Queensbury rules. You go on these shows and you cheerfully attack the interviewer from the opening bell. You question his every question, challenge his every premise, and totally turn the tables on him. He has zero moral or intellectual authority or right to serve as an interrogator. None. He’s the enemy. He’s not a journalist. He’s not a fair inquisitor into truth. He is not a conversational partner. He’s a vicious enemy who despises eveything you stand for. And you treat him that way. You push his buttons and trigger his anger and force him into a defensive corner. And you emerge victorious.

          Or, you can play the same old game that we’ve been playing for 50 years and see where that gets you. “Thank you, Chuck, glad to be hear.” “Thank you for having me.” That is, “Now ask me all the stupid, loaded, lying, hack questions you want and I’ll do my gosh-darned polite best to politely answer without every questioning why you’re such a freaking condescending lying sh*tbag.”

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          • TreeClimber says:

            In that case, we lower ourselves to their level. Sometimes the best way to make the point is to actually take the moral high ground, show them up for what they are without verbally calling them out on it (show, don’t tell.) There’s a time and a place for both.

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            • Lori Bryce says:

              But we’ve been taking the “high ground” for decades and waiting for people to see that the “emperor” has no clothes…it hasn’t happened yet and it’s not like the general population has become better educated and more discerning – quite the opposite, in fact!

              There is a way to call them out with facts, numbers, and a fierce refusal to kowtow to the media sycophants and we need to get started NOW! Draining the Swamp will require getting rid of everyone who is more interested in being invited to all the “insider” parties than doing the job they were sent there to do!

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              • mariner says:

                I don’t believe Sen. Cotton kowtowed to Chuck Todd.

                Do you?

                Liked by 2 people

              • wj2016 says:

                Back in 1988, George W. Bush was running a mediocre campaign to get the nomination. and Bob Dole and Pat Robertson were actually giving him troubles. Then sometime in late January I still remember watching Bush rip into Dan Rather on the CBS Nightly News, when Rather tried to do an ambush interview I perked up and cheered at the tv set. Bush basically said I am not going to tolerate your bs anymore and he attacked Rather very effectively. I think that solidified it for Bush.

                I think any GOP pol that would do this to Todd would be hailed a hero.

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              • In an engagement with the “unethical”, another term for “the high ground” is “boot hill”. A potential victim does not become a mugger/ rapist when the individual responds with overwhelming force. How that force is delivered and when can vary with the individual. In dealing with swamp critters, some are better at pithing and skinning. Dr. Gorka is a master of the arts and such entertainment should not be missed. Senator Cotton has a different style, efficient in his own manner and it may even sway some of Toad’s” less lobotomized usual audience. Not as entertaining but to each their own and much better than a Hatch,or Boeheor.

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          • George True says:

            ^^^^^^^
            THIS !!

            THIS description of the way forward when being interviewed by Communist propagandists masquerading as journalists is the way this front in the war against collectivist evil needs to be fought from now on. You attack the very premise of their false narratives EVERY TIME.

            Liz Cheney, the daughter of former VP Dick Cheney was very good at this. Often when a leftist Journ-O-List reporter would ask her a set-up question, she would reply, “I reject the very premise of your question”. Then she would proceed to school the interviewer on whatever the subject matter was.

            I also remember once when Ross Perot was being interviewed by Larry King about NAFTA. Perot was explaining exactly how NAFTA would gut the US of manufacturing jobs. King kept trying to interrupt with typical leftist false narrative talking points. Perot just kept saying, “Stay with me now, Larry!’. And every time King tried to interrupt again, Perot would again say, “Larry, Larry! Stay with me here, Larry! I know it’s hard for you, but TRY to stay with me.” Finally, when King suggested that American workers perhaps didn’t understand the ‘complex’ nature of NAFTA, Perot said, “The average American understands this subject just fine, Larry. I don’t know why YOU can’t understand it.”

            PaulRaven is right. You do not allow ANY of the left-media’s deliberately false narratives to go unchallenged. Ever.

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          • frank field says:

            Thank you. Well said. “50 years”. Toad is an enemy.

            DRAIN IT….NO MERCY

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          • Victor Laszlo says:

            Totally agree and I’ve been saying that for a long time. The media is the enemy. They belong in jail, so insulting and ridiculing them is the least we can do. Being civil doesn’t appeal to anyone but those already on our side.

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          • Founding Fathers Fan says:

            That ‘he did it first’ attitude shows your failure to mature.

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            • paulraven1 says:

              Your comment exemplifies why conservatives have lost the culture. It is rather cognitively dissonant too, considering Trump’s combative, counter-punching style.

              Unfortunately about 10 to 20% of those on the right still do not understand the nature of the war.

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              • Paul… you’ve surely come to know it’s just UniParty fodder for the masses, so we can’t have any expectations of any of it changing for the better. No matter what, Trump and all, that isn’t going to change until We the Constitutional People change it.

                The Bill of Rights wasn’t created to ignore, it was created to use to protect ourselves from exactly what it is we are allowing now and have for 104 years to date. Tyranny. Seems no one really wants to call that spade a spade either. We just appear to “go along to get along”.

                Because we actually fear the “government”. Anyone who wants to is free to argue my point, but good luck with that. We already have a “constitutional crisis crises” situation. I HAD to have a BC to renew an expired motorcycle license, but barry soetoro wasn’t required to show an authentic one to be POTUS of OUR nation, and anyone who asked for one was in fact mocked?

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            • Your comment, and others shows your complete lack of understanding concerning UniParty and tell lie vision Kabuki Theater. I will just leave it at that.

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          • Mia C says:

            I’m with you. More Trump’s and Gorka’s and we’d fix the press for good. They are ruining the country because our side lets them.
            –Now that we’re running the government, it’s the time to force the press to change their ways or just refuse to go on their shows.

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          • Kabuki Theatrics. Every time… and will remain so as long as WE allow it.

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      • bentley1blog says:

        paulraven1: you go guy!! Bravo

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    • jojols17 says:

      Lol…that toad has EXTREME warts….

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  7. mimbler says:

    A surprisingly good interview. I’ve liked what I’ve seen of Cotton, and we’d be better off with a lot more like him.

    Todd, tried some gotcha questions like the transgender thing, but it wasn’t the hostile interview I was expecting.

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  8. sobriquet4u says:

    If only we could clone Sen. Cotton…I like him enough to have “suffered this fool” and watched. The Toad always waits to talk but never listens.

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  9. Joe says:

    I was glad to hear a “no deal” because I am 100% against DACA amnesty (my exception are those in the armed forces.) And hope somehow, someway my insignificant voice might just be heard.

    I have a real life, live it everyday reason for this position: I am posting from the Mexican colony of California.

    I don’t want TX of FL colonized next. We can & must retain the power to MAGA – once President Trump has served his terms – even with the most populace state in the Union a Mexican colony.

    But forget MAGA if TX & FL are turned into a colony.

    I implore Treepers: don’t accept amnesty by speaking up NOW. President Trump is the ONLY man who can stop it. No doubt he has our backs – but he needs to know we will support him in this.

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    • keebler AC ovfefe says:

      Those two states are right on the cusp. Wasn’t FL won by a hairbreadths? 100,000 or something. I saw statistics on DACA numbers in each state pending…will have to look up unless someone else has that info handy. I’m all for compassion but..

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    • mimbler says:

      Yes, the media is on a full court press implying Trump voters are for DACA amnesty.

      I know none of my friends are. Of course, I and they would still vote for Trump over a Jeb/Romney/Kasich type critter, even if he legalizes DACA, but that doesn’t mean we support him doing so.

      And in a Bernie/Trump election like it kind of looks like its going, I think a third or so of the dems would vote for Trump as well as 100 percent of the republicans. So PDJT is really free to do what he wants, as this IMHO won’t affect his re-election. I -do- think he wants to represent the wishes of his voters, but I don’t think he is being given the real impression of where they stand.

      So, while I’m letting PDJT know I’m against amnesty for DACA, I’m also letting my senators and representative know as well.

      And Congress will be the ones to pass or not pass it, and are our best bet to stop it.

      Unless they really do an over-reach, I believe PDJT will sign it if Congress passes it.

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    • Texas is well on the way to being Tejas again. Reconquista is proceeding rapidly. Seems most who post here are fine with that.

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    • Apollo says:

      This is smart stuff. Yes! President Trump needs to know: no amnesty, and yes, Mr. President, DACA is amnesty!

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    • Mia C says:

      Agreed. What is Ann Coulter saying about this? I’m against amnesty for these 30 year old anchor criminals for many reasons, winning elections is definitely right up there.

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  10. holly100 says:

    Cotton is great. The Smug Toad’s man bangs LOL!

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    • JC says:

      Ha – true. Looks like the devil to me.
      (I like your avatar, holly100.)

      This interview was, to me, a complete waste of time. Cotton was bland, Toad bland with an edge – like pablum spiked with broken glass.

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  11. jkcinsalem says:

    I want to know why Sen. Cotton showed up at that island conclave, held by the GOPe and other elites, off the coast of Georgia, prior to the election. Their purpose was to stop DJT. Don’t get too excited about this player.

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  12. cathyperkins says:

    I cannot watch or listen to Todd. Sounds like Tom Cotten did a good job. Good for him!

    >

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  13. Newman says:

    The Toad needs to get some Joe Biden plugs into that scalp.

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  14. Howie says:

    Croak, croak, Trump, croak…..croak…

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  15. fleporeblog says:

    I love the fact that Tom Cotton was on the show because it shows me that our President is not going to agree to anything involving DACA without the RAISE Act being part of the Final Agreement. He was absolutely right to say that the WALL only requires funding. No reason to include it as part of this because our President is going to push it in the budget bill or through a new bill that will require Mexicans as well as Central and South Americans to pay a remittance fee (~5%) every time money 💰 is wired back to those countries.

    The RAISE Act is so HUGE! For me it is jut as important as the WALL. To be able to cut the number of legal immigrants from 1 million to 500K a year is awesome. The use of E-Verify nationally plus using a merit base system to determine legal immigrants will mean future immigrants will come from countries like China 🇨🇳, Japan 🇯🇵, South Korea 🇰🇷, India 🇮🇳 and Eastern Europe. Instead of Mexico, Central and South America. It also KILLS chain migration which accounts currently for 750K of current legal immigrants. It also will kill the need for ESL teachers and courses in our K-12 schools.

    The other great bonus is the fact that the new immigrants will be voting Republican for generations to come. This would be a major coup because the CoC wants absolutely Nothing to do with the RAISE Act!

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    • mimbler says:

      I agree that it is at least as important if not more so than the wall. After all, over 60 percent of illegals are now visa overstays which the wall, of course, cannot control.

      But, the wall is still important, just only one part of the puzzle; we need both.

      Now, I’m just hoping that our congress critters don’t gut the effectiveness of RAISE. It really sounds like the “comprehensive immigration reform” we’ve needed.

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    • CleanhouseinDC says:

      All of my new neighbors already come from China, and India, and Pakistan. A few from Eastern Europe/Russia. It’d be a pleasure to see some new neighbors who were Americans.

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    • But Fle, how many people can our nation support? Why should we keep importing people when there are still homeless, jobless veterans on our streets, insane numbers of able bodied people on welfare for no apparent reason and millions of jobless Americans still desperate for work?

      I’m truly for a moratorium of a minimum of 20 years for a complete reset in this nation, yet I am a DREAMER that no one cares about… A “white” male American that wants to see America restored to its constitutional sanity. Truly the most forgotten man, unless you count the assault on him that has been going strong for 50 years and is only getting worse!

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  16. snailmailtrucker says:

    Why do any Conservatives EVER give any of these Smug little Priks
    the Satisfaction of an interview with them !

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  17. georgiagirl says:

    Tom cotton was wrong about secretary of defense Gates’ review of don’t ask don’t tell. It was a con job. http://www.militaryculturecoalition.com/content/home/32705/dod_ig_report_exposesimproper_activities_to_repeal_gays_in_the_military_law

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  18. SPMI says:

    I am so sick and tired of all these pundits.
    Do or Don’t do period. 1 year to figure out what the plan may be. McConnell is a great guy.
    Horse picky.
    Republicans, Democrats useless.

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  19. MVW says:

    We need the American media to be great again, it has been pure propaganda for too many decades. Drain the MSM septic swamp.

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  20. zephyrbreeze says:

    All those ‘smarts’ and dry analysis it won’t convince a single Democrat to jump to our side. I’m sure there is a purpose for these interviews, nonetheless. (What I don’t know – other than to inform the base who tends not to get it’s information from Sunday morning shows, anyway.)

    Yet many seem to convert after listening to Ben Shapiro who calls progressives out on their intentional falsehoods, and who is charming, funny, engaging, and somehow seems to sway younger people in a way that the dry-bones can’t. What a gift for our side!!!

    Rush Limbaugh has forever branded Chuckie, as Up-chuck Todd. Sticky.

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    • fightthepols says:

      Despite the fact that I was furious with Ben Shapiro who was a never-Trumper during the campaign, I would have to agree that I have heard that he is swaying younger people. My 20-something neighbor down the street has become a serious conservative listening to Shapiro! Tell the young folks to find Shapiro’s radio show!

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  21. frjas says:

    Chuck Todd is a legend in his own mind…and no place else. I find him to be one of the most obtuse people on television. The fool even thought he could get the best of the exceedingly bright, Tom Cotton. What a dip!

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  22. andi lee says:

    Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest, or “MAVNI”.

    2016. MAVNI Slammed shut. DOD IG investigation ensues.

    2017.AUG. MAVNI DOD IG Report:
    “CLASSIFIED”

    James Rosen reports: (video in link)

    DOD IG released statement:
    “*inadequate vetting*; some are unaccounted for; identification numbers missing; foreign infiltration”.

    http://video.foxnews.com/v/5528331769001/?#sp=show-clips

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  23. TreeperInTraining says:

    I can’t even read this article. I’m triggered by the Senator’s name.

    Just Treepin’. Lol

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  24. Annie says:

    Up Chuck’s hair…do..is going the way of Nero’s or Mark SUCKERBERG’s

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  25. WonkoTheSane says:

    I’d kick Chuck right in his poosy….hat.

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  26. Cosmic says:

    I live in a suburb of Chicago, which by most would consider privileged. I’m having an extremely difficult time expressing the disconnect from our “privileged point of view” of my friends and neighbors regarding Daca. What I find most prevalent is no one sees the objections of the family’s who feel it’s unfair to them as American citizens because they can still afford for their children an education that will maybe make them “superior ” to what’s going on in middle America, as well as putting their heads in the sand in terms of welfare, healthcare, food stamps etc. Feeling Frustrated
    How can I help them see that supporting amnesty will eventually ruin it for their children or grand-children?

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    • It’s highly doubtful you can as they appear to have succumbed to the mass brainwashing of the people through repetitive BS lies and fake “polls”. Most people want to be in the “majority” crowd, regardless of the issue or consequences surrounding it.

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  27. yakmaster2 says:

    On Chuck’s Interview question implying the rightfulness of transgenders in the military I have a curious observation:
    Liberal men are so enthusiatic about transgenders. I always thought men were horrified at the thought of having their penises and scrotums sliced off, but apparently a great many ‘progressive’ males are fine with the idea. Feminists are OK with the idea too, and even with the reality of female mutilation—since we never see them protesting it. Whacking up genitals seems to be the progressives new frontier for labeling the rest of us as unenlightened ‘haters.’ Bonkers.

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    • bentley1blog says:

      Actually, it is the Left that hate themselves. If one supports mutilation in any form to the human body, to me that is self hate personified. They are famous for accusing us of their phobias. They are too weak to belly up .

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  28. Mike diamond says:

    So glad that chuck Todd is just a talking head and that he is not in charge of anything!!!!! My gosh the dude will try to drain all your energy ! I can no longer stand to hear the dude talk !

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  29. peachteachr says:

    Steve Deace stole those words from Paul Harvey without attribution. After the 1964 election and Goldwater’s loss, Paul Harvey said, “They told me if I voted for Barry Goldwater we’d have higher taxes and an increase in the war in Vietnam. Sure enough, I voted for Goldwater and we have higher taxes and an increase in the war in Vietnam.”
    Shame on you, little Stevie Deace.

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