“What you do speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say.”…

Saving this for reference approximately six months from now when we enter the apex phase for the 2018 primary election.

It is easily predictable, as was identically the case in 2014 – albeit with lesser documentation, there will be all manner of obfuscations and arguments about ‘motives’ and ‘intents’ of various personalities behind a litany of duplicitous candidates and their agenda-driven (self-interested) backers therein (almost always guaranteed to be financial).  Believe me, we’ll want to hold this for later reference.

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Beware those who march quickly to the front of the parade; for they will often be assigned a role in choosing the destination…

Screen capture for posterity.

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554 Responses to “What you do speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say.”…

  1. POP says:

    Tillerson doesn’t want the Wall stat, does that count as a well known position that’s anti PTrump?

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  2. NOT “What you do”, but “Who you are”:

    “Who you are speaks so loudly I can’t hear what you’re saying.” Ralph Waldo Emerson

    One of my favorites!

    https://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/r/ralphwaldo103408.html

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  3. omyword says:

    Boy, what you doing going to a dadgum ball game!?! Thats the enemy son, get your carcass away from that! What the sam hill!

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  4. nuthinmuffin says:

    it’s like lawyers…they’re vicious when fighting each other in the public arena, yet all go drink together at the same bar when they’re “off the clock”

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  5. El Torito says:

    I’ve had a bad gut feeling about this “help” that Bannon and Gorka have practically assaulted DJT with from the moment DJT “accepted their resignations.”

    They seem to be hard selling the optics that DJT needs their help and I’ve never seen evidence of that.

    There is something we aren’t seeing -yet- about this, that’s not at all MAGA, and it’s right in front of us. I am glad SD is advising us to be cautious. Maybe we are beginning to sober up a little…maybe Bannon/Gorka have been spiking our MAGA?

    Beware of solutions in search of problems…they always come at an unseen and hefty price tag.

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    • Roy says:

      Gorka and Bannon are on our side, don’t need SD advising me on who is good and who is bad.

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      • Benson II says:

        Looks like Gorka’s off on the wrong foot already or should I say knee.

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      • POP says:

        Agreed.
        There’s something quite Stalinist about “complete compliance or you’re a traitor to PTrump” rules. What possible “threat” are these boys to PTrump? Their admirable aim is to replace Flake and Corker and with luck that great Trump hater Mitch with pro Trump MAGA candidates.
        Bemusement here.

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  6. shadowcole says:

    Dr. Gorka has his own decisions to make, I would never go to an NFL game. We either stand together or we shall surely hang separately, attributed to Ben Franklin, still appropriate and relevant today.

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  7. Saveedra says:

    Disappointed in Gorka. Not impressed with his swanky box sitting pic. Red flag!!

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    • Krystal says:

      I went to Breitbart as all the commentators were ecstatic about the games being boycotted etc and I posted a link to Dr Gorka’s tweet and Tony Schaffer’s as no where on Breitbart was it noted.

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  8. Bob Thoms says:

    A venial sin; say 2 Hail Mary’s and The Lord’s Prayer Sebastian; don’t do it again and all is forgiven my son.

    Now go in peace.

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  9. LULU says:

    Someone probably invited him. I have bigger fish to fry.

    Most of us keep our eyes on everything. But keep proportion in mind. The big stuff. The little stuff.

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    • Benson II says:

      First time ever to a football game. Sometimes the little things are a clue. Putting all the little stuff together can turn out to be big. Sundance did say keep this for future reference not instant disapproval or judgement.

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  10. LULU says:

    Sitting in a private box at a sports event is great fun, although that one doesn’t look too special. Once saw a Dodger game from the Fox box above the first base line. Stunning! Huge! Big comfortable reclining chairs! (Son’s friend works for Fox; they let employees use it when the VIPs are not needing it.)

    Also watched horse racing one night from the HSBC’s box at Happy Valley in Hong Kong. Does not make me a swell.

    Don’t sweat the small stuff.

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  11. kinthenorthwest says:

    Do Believe this is to just back page the crap coming out about Hillary.
    Why isn’t Session doing anything but sitting on his hands

    CNN confirms: Manafort indictment makes NO mention of Trump collusion(snippet from Allen West Article)
    The Trump campaign is not mentioned in this indictment … I think [that’s] a very important point, and it is certainly something you will hear from the president’s supporters, and I think it’s a very valid point,” Toobin said. “It does not include any reference to his work on the Trump campaign.”
    According to the authorities, Manafort laundered over $18 million through engaging in lobbying work in Ukraine that prosecutors allege was a scheme to hide that money from tax collectors (and the public).
    “Manafort used his hidden overseas wealth to enjoy a lavish lifestyle in the United States without paying taxes on that income,” according to the indictment.
    https://patriotguardians.americanewshub.com/cnn-confirms-manafort-indictment-makes-no-mention-trump-collusion/?fb=matt

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  12. bob says:

    Free tickets, free drinks, free food. He is a reporter after all. Perhaps he was there to evaluate the anthem protest and attitude of the crowd. You can’t really get a good sense of it without being there. Did I mention free drinks?

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  13. Mike says:

    At least Jones (Cowboys) and Snyder (Redskins) are among the few owners to push back against the NFL PC at times. Snyder held strong through the ESPN/NBC/Harveywood attack on the Redskins name/logo and Jones mostly trying to rally an effort against the anthem protesting (after his ham-handed attempt to split the baby w/ the pre-anthem kneel a few weeks ago).

    Good luck to Jerry and Dan in their effort to replace Goodell (commissioner). That is probably the NFL’s only chance to reset at the end of all this and save itself and their billion dollar franchise valuations.

    Meanwhile i’m still on football break for the fall, college and pro.

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