March 22nd – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #427

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  1. citizen817 says:

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  4. citizen817 says:

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      Calling Putin was a brilliant move by Trump. And his willingness to go against the advice of his advisors in doing so shows how good his political instincts are.

      If you want to defeat McCarthyism, a good way to do so is to eliminate the boogeyman which is powering the witch hunt.

      McCarthysim = Mueller and investigations into Trump
      Boogeyman = Russia

      Without the boogeyman to fear, there is no McCarthyism. You cannot generate any fear and negativity without the boogeyman.

      What Trump is doing, then, is working to ‘normalize’ the boogeyman. If Trump thaws things out with Putin and Russia, then the continued investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election (Mueller, Congress) looks stupider and stupider and people turn against such investigation faster and fully.

      So, if Trump talks to Putin and meets with Putin (particularly after the House Intel committee said “no collusion”, and the world doesn’t explode the next day, then the Russian Boogeyman loses its power. Mueller seems less necessary. People are more inclined to move on and they are more inclined to tell Mueller to move on.

      The media knows all of this. They understand this. And that’s why you got the incredible freakout after Trump called Putin.

      Also, if you lose one boogeyman then you can install a new boogeyman. The one you want, and not the one your opponents want.

      So, if Muh Russia Boogeyman fades away, it can be replaced with Muh Deep State Boogeyman. And then we get McCarthyism furor against the Coupists, and not against Trump.

      Trump is a very intelligent guy. He has great intuition. And that’s why he was able to run and win a campaign that no other candidate would have even thought about running. He understood what the people wanted better than any consultant or “political expert” did.

      This is also why he’s taking matters more into his own hands now. He’s through the choppiest waters, and he trusts himself more than any of his advisors.

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      • TatonkaWoman says:

        Interesting analysis. Thanks MAG.

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        • MakeAmericaGreat says:

          You’re welcome.

          Trump is a very smart, shrewd guy. He knows what to do, even if he might not be able to give a long-winded explanation of why it makes sense to do it.

          He has incredible instincts. And he’s also honed his skills over decades.

          He is a master of PR and media manipulation, and his style of communication.

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          • Dekester says:

            Exactly. M.A.G.

            “ He may not be able to give long winded explanations.” Is something many incredibly intelligent people struggle with.

            It must be very tough for your V.S.G. to deal with these buffoons in Congress and elsewhere..All of them yap incessantly and accomplish S.F.A.

            God bless PDJT.

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      • It’s amazing how doing the right thing works best …

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        • MakeAmericaGreat says:

          Yes, just like during the campaign when Trump kept going against the “advice” of the media and the GOPe’rs.

          It’s almost like they were trying to give him bad advice, and was too smart to take it.

          Very Stable Genius at work.

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          • wheatietoo says:

            Not “almost like”, MAG…they knew that they were giving him bad advice.

            And you are right, he was too smart to take it.
            He saw through them.

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            • MakeAmericaGreat says:

              Yes he did.

              Sometimes, even people who actually are trying to give legitimately good advice are simply wrong. Their method may be too passive, they may be too fearful.

              Trump is fearless. He is bold. He understands the masses in a way that is uncanny. He just has an unbelievable natural talent for politics and public relations/communication.

              He is much more talented than most of those around him, and he has some very talented people around him.

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      • wheatietoo says:

        The reason why the Dems and their Enemedia operatives are demonizing Putin & Russia…is because Putin knows secrets about Obama/Hillary that they do not want the public to know.

        A lady that works in Putin’s state dept said so…I forget her name, sorry.
        She directed her remark to Ozero, saying ‘We have been keeping your secrets’ and asked why his media friends were telling lies about them.

        I understand why you would use ‘McCarthyism’ as an analogy.
        But it turns out…ole Joseph McCarthy was right!
        There actually was communist subversion infiltrating our country!

        So I’m not sure that ‘McCarthyism’ is the best analogy to use for what the Dems/Enemedia has been doing to our President.

        The Dems are terrified that Pres Trump and Putin will become friendly enough to have some long conversations.
        So…whatever Putin knows about them must be pretty bad!

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        • MakeAmericaGreat says:

          Agreed on the Dems/Media demonizing of Russia and the motives for it.

          Also agreed that McCarthyism isn’t the best analogy. McCarthy was correct.

          Russia, as many know, is the official boogeyman for “the west” at the moment. Russia is a threat to the decaying carcass of postmodernism we know as “the west.” They are a counterexample to the globalism of the west.

          Russia also is adept at using communication to their advantage. Nothing makes the power brokers and their media servants more upset than when an opponent outdoes them at their own game.

          In fact, the absurd brouhaha over Cambridge Analytica is very similar to the west’s freaking out about Russia Today or Sputnik International.

          The Globalists love democracy and the free press — when they control it.

          There is nothing that the Globalist fear more, at least currently, then a potential partnership of Putin and Trump. They cannot allow that to happen.

          Fighting against tariffs or to keep NAFTA are one kind of thing. That’s about money, which is of course important to global elites.

          But a tandem of Putin/Trump could be an existential threat to the globalists in a way far beyond their ability to make and keep great wealth.

          Russia and Putin are not flawless entities. Still, the enemy of my enemy is often my friend. And for good reason.

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          • 🍺Gunny says:

            The last thing on earth the Globalists desire is for Russia and the US to become friends.
            The two largest Christian nations on earth being friends….they will , the Globalists, will fight tooth and nail to prevent this….

            If Russia and the US become friends, the Globalists dream is virtually finished….and believe it or not…..
            Russia and the US would be / could be unbelievable partners….

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            • MakeAmericaGreat says:

              Exactly, Gunny.

              They know. And many are aware of the Globalists’ fear of this. A site like The Saker talks about this kind of thing a lot.

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          • G. Combs says:

            At least Russia and Putin are CHRISTIAN. Also Putin is intelligent and not the ogre the MSM makes him out to be.

            Paul Craig Roberts has several actual speeches given by Putin: http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/?s=putin

            And he thinks highly of him Paul Craig Roberts — Vladimir Putin Is The Only Leader The West Has

            Luboš Motl, a a Czech physicist, also has a view of Putin that is positive.

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            • MakeAmericaGreat says:

              Putin knows all the lies and pitfalls of the current, diminished West.

              Putin is a very smart guy. Obama was no match for him in any regard.

              Putin will not cave in to the Globalists, and they hate him for it. They fear him, and they should.

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              • wolfmoon1776 says:

                Of course Putin knows all the pitfalls of globalism – beyond being sharp, his old teachers set it up, for crying out loud! LOL

                The globos think they’re so quick and world-wise, but they’ve been chumps from day one, and it’s clear THAT is why all their policies are so ridiculous and disastrous.

                Putin still has the upper hand with the globalists. Putin can STILL make them jump like a kicked cat whenever he wants. He has numerous dialed-in hacks to their clown car, and he can make it lurch about in various ways, where he wants, when he wants, as the clowns pretend to drive. Rather hilarious.

                Trump is the ONLY person who has come along in a while who can actually stand up to Putin – or help him for good behavior and not get burned.

                In any case, Trump is clearly doing exactly the right thing.

                WAIT FOR IT. Trump’s genius on this move will show to everybody.

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                • MakeAmericaGreat says:

                  Right on, Wolf!

                  Putin does have the upper hand with the globalists and Trump does have the gravitas to stand with or against Putin, unlike people such as Obama.

                  Trump is right on here, as you said.

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            • Albertus Magnus says:

              Thank you, G. Combs! Russia is more tolerant of Christianity that any of the Western countries are except maybe Poland.

              #NotTheUSSRofOurChildhood

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            • Chickficshun says:

              Putin is a very very very bad man. He has killed or disappeared political opponents. He has enriched himself at the expense of his people. Many of our politicians, government officials and lobbyists have made a ton of money selling out our country to him. That said, you have to work him but never trust him.

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              • MAGA_Berserker says:

                CFS, are you Lt Cornel Peters?

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              • wolfmoon1776 says:

                Trump has no illusions about Putin, just as he has no illusions about any of these people. But Trump also knows how to make deals with such people – as Ozero did not, and did not WANT to. Ozero was a beta boy, loving the very act of SUBMITTING to America’s enemies and adversaries. Trump isn’t like that. AT ALL.

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                • joninmd22 says:

                  Just as we here at the Treehouse should have no illusions about Putin. He is a globalist.

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                • wolfmoon1776 says:

                  Exactly. Putin is looking out for RUSSIA FIRST, and if that means being in charge of the Europe that keeps threatening Russia, then “Russian-led globalism” is a GREAT outcome for Putin. Similarly, China’s move is to use economics to come out on top of globalism, which right now is definitely working for CHINA. Europe want the EU to be the top dog of globalism by leveraging the EU plan and numbers of participants to be the entry point to defining the master plan. American globalists want to use our old weight and long-term investment in globalism through Wall Street and multinationals to be the definer of globalism, and thus WE come out on top.

                  SOCIALISTS sees that all globalist solutions work to THEIR advantage. Likewise, ISLAM sees that globalist solutions allow it to spread faster, working to ITS advantage.

                  TRUMP, in contrast, sees that nations and particularly super-powers can’t be trusted not to try to game globalism to THEIR unique advantage. This is the FOUNDERS speaking through history – saying that the same fear of top-heavy NATIONAL government applies to the WORLD as well.

                  What we are seeing now is a lot of sneaky globalism where various factions are all trying to come out on top of a globalist solution. NONE of these solutions are good for freedom. NONE of them. MAGA is the first effective and clear-eyed push-back on freedom-killing globalism in DECADES.

                  Assuming that Putin is opposed to ALL outcomes of globalism is falling for tricks. He’s only opposed to globalism where Russia is not somehow writing the checks when it’s all over. Russian and Chinese fingerprints are all over DNC’s freedom-killing idiocy. Don’t fall for Russian fake news any more than Russian-promoted American fake news. Putin is in it for Russia. Well, that makes sense. He’s RUSSIA FIRST, including GLOBALIST SOLUTIONS that are RUSSIA FIRST.

                  Any form of globalism that promotes the INSANITY was are seeing around the world – racist farm killers in South Africa, immigrant nuttery in Europe, FAKE climate change hoaxing and destruction of science – it’s all bad.

                  Here’s a tell on Putin. Very cagey on “climate change”. And why not? The BOTS his teachers created in America are happily hamstringing AMERICA with it.

                  https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/projects/cp/climate/2015-paris-climate-talks

                  Who were the LOSERS on all this stuff? Who were the CHUMPS?

                  The American people.

                  NOW we can see that Trump is Putin-smart on the Climate Fraud. The trouble is, WE weren’t the people who came up with the devious plan. Somebody else was.

                  Note the timing. CHINA and RUSSIA.

                  https://realclimatescience.com/2017/11/the-history-of-the-modern-climate-change-scam/

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              • Kintbury54 says:

                Sounds as though you are describing the Clintons.

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            • Kenji says:

              If you will allow me to add … the other reason the cultural Marxists HATE Putin with such vitriol is that he won’t normalize LGBT behaviour. The Gay cabal means to strike down any heteronormative hold outs … including Putin. A phone call with Putin is considered extreme gay bashing. DJT might just as well have dragged Matthew Shepherd down Pennsylvania Ave. behind the Presidential limousine.

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              • Shadrach says:

                But yet they are pro-Muslim? Nah, they may believe that’s why they dislike Putin, but it’s not. I don’t know if they really are brain-washed, though it really seems that way. Maybe they just lack critical thinking skills and are easily led.

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          • dez91 says:

            Globalist love islam over Russia ,islam is easy to manage ,you can kill anyone over some ridiculous mohammad or allah gossip. With Russia we have a chance to send them back to the stonesge where they belong .

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        • brh82 says:

          Imagine Putin at Mar a Lago for a weekend, dining with Potus and family, playing golf with POTUS. The press so HATES every minute POTUS is on the golf course because they can’t get close enough to monitor his conversations.

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      • tolona says:

        McCarthy was largely right. The US Govmt. was rife with communists. I refer you to Wm. F, Buckley’s early work “McCarthy and His Enemies”. Gegnery Co. 1954

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      • pyromancer76 says:

        You might give McArthy more credit. He knew there were communists in the government as well as other places in American culture — out to destroy the Constitution.

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        • Your Tour Guide says:

          Don’t forget who Trump talked with back in the day.
          Not the cleanest of individuals, by a long shot. But he
          surely knew a whole lot about the communist infiltration.

          Roy Cohn. I’m sure that Cohn had lot of tales of who
          was truly the reddest of the red among us. And, I’m sure
          that Trump took some notes.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      I love “Trump Tweets”. Keep ’em coming, Mr. President! Brilliant!

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      • MAGA_Berserker says:

        He “talks with us,” like he is a Treeper chiming in when he has time to.
        No DS/DC bubble for POTUS45! VSG is the kind of General that is in the first rank getting dirt with his troops and loving every minute of the battle.

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    • dallasdan says:

      It pleases me when the President fires back at Bush, Obama, and the Clintons. Collectively, they were failures, and their increasing self-awareness of same induces their snarky and inaccurate comments that demean them in the minds of rational thinkers. Fools rush-in where they have no business being.

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    • Cisco says:

      Precisely Mr. President, precisely.
      M🇺🇸A🇺🇸G🇺🇸A

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  5. citizen817 says:

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Our President is one of the smartest businessmen that has ever walked the face of the Earth. What he has done for our country in little over a year is simply amazing. The Federal Reserve had to change their prediction today (much more bullish) for our Economy because of evidence they have seen over the last three to four months.

      However, all that went out the window this evening because he is supporting the spending bill that these morons sent to him. Our President had one thing in mind and that was his military budget for the next two years. He got exactly what he wanted. $700 Billion this year and $716 Billion next year. That includes the largest pay raise for our soldiers.

      In return he had to agree to all the other fluff. If you think for one minute he will allow any Department other than the DoD to spend their entire allocation, I have a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you.

      Congress appropriates the money 💴! They do not guarantee it will get spent. I see this as a big credit card that our President and his Cabinet have complete control over. The plan is in place to cut the State Department by 30% as well as other departments. That is going according to plan. That isn’t going to stop because all this money is allocated to them.

      Mick Mulvaney said it best last April that defunding Planned Parenthood will happen when Obamacare is gone. That is still the plan. Our President is going to use reconciliation in 2019 to have the Graham/Cassidy Bill become the law of the land by this time next year. Lucifer will have joined his father in hell and we will have an additional 5 to 7 Republicans added to the Senate to offset the two Medicaid Whores (Murkowski and Collins). We won’t come a vote short next time.

      As for the WALL, I believe my President when he said not to lose an ounce of sleep over it. Have you noticed that our President is still having round tables where the press gets to stay on topics about immigration. Yesterday was a perfect example on Sanctuary Cities. This is being done for the purpose in my mind of our President using funding from the DoD this year and next to fund the completion of the WALL. Good luck to Democrats, RINOs, CoC, Koch Brothers etc. that say they are going to take him to court for what he did.

      Many of you are concerned about Republican voters coming out to the polls in November. Checkout this article and what will drive our folks to do so!

      http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/03/21/republican-voters-immigration-most-important-issue-in-midterm-elections/

      From the article linked above:

      Republican voters say immigration, along with the economy, is the most important issue in deciding whom they will vote for in the 2018 midterm elections, a new poll reveals.

      According to the latest Quinnipiac University Poll, when Republicans are asked “What is the most important issue to you in deciding how to vote in this year’s midterm election,” voters say immigration is at the top of their priorities list.

      The poll found that Republicans say immigration is more important than taxes, healthcare, and gun policy when it comes to their vote in the midterm elections. The economy is the only issue that is as much of a priority for Republican voters as immigration.

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      • FofBW says:

        Thanks Flep for the positive update. If folks read it all they will see the strategy. Probably should repost this mid day with any updates needed.

        There seem to be a lot of Depolrables on the ledge.

        I don’t like the bill, but I do like PT more.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          Starting to get very tired with so many people jumping to conclusions that our President is going to lose his base, the House, the Senate, Governorships because he is doing _____________ (fill in the blank).

          Feel free to share it with friends and family!

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          • 🍺Gunny says:

            As you stated Fle. The Congress can allocate all the money they want to anything……..but the President is in charge of spending it.

            If he does not want to spend it……it’s not spent……like you referred to, he has been given the credit card. It is up to him or use it.

            No worries. He’s got this.

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          • G. Combs says:

            ERRRRRrrrrrr Guys,
            Didn’t Nixon have this fight about spending allocated money and LOST?

            “[…]In 1974, Congress confronted some of these growing presidential budgetary powers when it passed the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act, over a veto issued by President Richard Nixon. Nixon had refused to spend money allocated by Congress, citing inflation fears, using an executive power called impoundment. And as a presidential candidate in 1972, Nixon also demanded that the President be allowed by Congress to cut federal spending as needed, to control deficits.[…]”

            https://constitutioncenter.org/blog/the-constitution-and-the-federal-budget-process

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            • angusmcgeef says:

              I believe you are correct. Basically, if congress appropriates, the executive has to spend it.

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              • mariner says:

                Yes, both of those are true.

                But as wheatietoo explains Congress hasn’t passed a budget–they just handed President Trump a big ole pot o’money.

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            • wheatietoo says:

              You’re referring to a ‘Budget’.

              This is Not A Budget!
              This is an Omnibus Spending Bill…which is different.

              The President is directed by the Constitution to adhere to a Budget that Congress approves.
              A ‘spending bill’ is not the same as the Federal Budget.

              Ozero spent, or didn’t spend, the money from all those Omnibus Spending Bills, on whatever he wanted to.
              And Congress didn’t do a thing about it!

              What happened to all those “shovel ready jobs”?
              What happened to the “Infrastructure” that Congress appropriated money for?
              Ozero didn’t spend the money on those things, did he.

              He also spent money on things that weren’t appropriated…like all that SWAT Gear and Ammo for all those govt agencies that aren’t supposed to armed like military forces.

              Ozero was never bound by a Budget…because Congress never passed one during his 8 years!
              That’s why he was able to spend money on whatever he wanted to.
              Or… not spend money on things he didn’t want to see funded.

              And Congress didn’t do a thing about it.

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              • G. Combs says:

                OH GOOD!
                Thanks for the explanation.

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              • olderwiser21 says:

                Wheatie – thanks for that explanation. Makes me feel a bit better.

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              • Dekester says:

                Wheatietoo and Flep,

                Thank you both. As you so often do, you bring clarity and sanity to so much of this “ dance”

                The education gleaned from you folks gives one great comfort.

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              • blognificentbee says:

                Great explanation, Wheatie. Please repost on the currently page in thread, as we have a lot of concern going on. I knew if I just flew over to CTH, I would find a concise explanation on this matter.

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              • Wheatietoo,

                In my time here as a “lurker” and now as a (finally) part of the conversation, I must say that you are an asset to the cause with your fog-clearing abilities. I forget where I was on 8ch the other day, but your post here made it all the way over there and was helping clear the fog all over the darn place.

                Just wanted to say thank you. We appreciate you.

                Are you on twitter? @AssaultedRepUS

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            • 🍺Gunny says:

              Ah, he did not exactly lose…The law is not a complete refusal to not allow the President to not spend.. As per below:

              The law does give an administration leeway to defer spending available funds, but for limited amounts of time, depending on the program. Some observers expect Trump officials to rely heavily on such deferrals.

              Still, a president seeking to spend less will find plenty of room to maneuver in the language used in an authorization or appropriations bill, budget experts said. One Senate aide predicted that lawmakers will pay extra attention to whether a bill uses words such as “may,” “should” or “shall” — each of which gives an administration different degrees of flexibility in terms of how money is spent.

              The executive branch also “can slow walk things. It can propose reprogramming. It can propose all sorts of things it can do that won’t provoke a legal crisis,” the Senate aide added.
              http://www.politico.com/story/2017/08/18/fears-grow-trump-will-ignore-congress-spending-241768

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              • 🍺Gunny says:

                And as Wheatie states….the above I quoted and the other is for a “Budget” not an Omibus bill.
                So basically Congress is screwing itself for not approving a budget and the President gets exactly what he wants..

                Funding for the Wall and the Military….He “does not” have to spend anything else unless he decides.to

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            • Question – Doesn’ t the Hyde Amendment prohibit federal money being spent on abortion in other than certain specific circumstances? Can’t PDJT refuse to release the money until Planned Parenthood can prove any money spent meets these requirements? Isn’ t their argument that it all goes into one big “pot” and it is to hard to figure out what goes where? IMO, that’s a BS excuse. The government makes people/companies/industries jump thru all kinds of hoops to conform to laws/regulations.
              Maybe PDJT should get out the message that Congress is putting out a spending bill that has clauses that actually violate existing law.

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            • fleporeblog says:

              Our President has been gutting every single agency! Have you seen anyone rush to take him to the SC? Also during Nixon’s time, we didn’t have a $21 Trillion dollar deficit. These MORONS would be hung by 75% of Americans including Millennials if they try that crap.

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          • Donna in Oregon says:

            Thanks Fle. I have been writing here all day that the Russia collusion and obstruction was Uranium One.

            That is what all, including Congress and the Senate are afraid of. Giving US nuke support to our enemies is against American law.

            All this Trump/Russia disinformation is to distract us from seeking justice. The Clintons, Obama admin.,Frank Giustra, the FBI, the CIA, the DOJ, all American politicians and bureaucrats involved should be charged. NOT under treason, but under our Nuke laws.

            Our people must demand the rule of law. Mueller would be taken care of in a New York minute if we all focused on Uranium One.

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        • sunnydaze says:

          Deplorables on the Ledge.

          LOL. Great way to describe it.

          Thanks, FoBW.

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          • nimrodman says:

            “Meet on The Ledge”, our new deplorable theme song.
            (remove the leading star *, I didn’t want to clutter the Presidential thread with a playable video)

            *https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avX5VlU7MXM

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        • applevista says:

          Ask anyone who voted for Trump, “Who would they vote for if not Trump?”
          “Deplorables on the ledge”, what is their other alternative?

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        • I have a little bit of experience in government accounting/budgeting. Don’t get caught up in the kabuki theater of appropriations vs actual spending.
          POTUS is a VSG and he knows that just because $$ are appropriated, actual spending does not have to occur. Therein lies the rub.
          My guess is; he will plan with the loyalists in all areas of the government, they will restrict the spending in the areas that the Trump Agenda calls for and move the $$’s forward in those areas that will enforce and push forward his agenda.
          It’s complicated business.
          My point is, don’t hate President Trump for what he must do to proceed with the necessary political moves to push MAGA agenda move forward. Right now, he is showing his genius as he navigates the obstructionists on both sides of the aisle.
          I am with him all the way…….note to all Stormy Daniels’ out there………..get outta the way or get ready for the storm to take you out!

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        • Brad says:

          I like the bill a whole lot better now

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        • Marygrace Powers says:

          Extremely informative. TY flep.

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      • phoenixRising says:

        Thank you Fle…
        we can always depend on your level head, your indepth analysis of what is to come.
        I concur with your points… appreciate all your time and effort.

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      • CorwinAmber says:

        as always, Felice is spot on with his analysis…and we should remember that this steaming pile of manure is merely the funding for the rest of FY18 and will be forgotten by Election Day since the real action is already underway for the next budget (FY19) which is due by 30 Sep. If Congress can actually pass the next budget using regular order and reconciliation with all of the President’s requests then I think this Omnibus mess will be a distant memory…but, then again, what do I know?

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      • Troublemaker10 says:

        I only know one thing for certain. Any painful cuts, entitlement reform, controversial budget manuevers, etc should be done right after the midterm elections….not before.

        However, if they lose the House that isn’t gonna happen anyway.

        So, I just hope they know what they are doing.

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      • winky says:

        Flep…..THANKS for being there to give us moral support when we need it. I have not been down in a long time but all this crap they have been throwing at the president is just TOO much. I know it is designed to get us down but when we have friends like you to pick us up when we need it then we can keep going. And you educate us and make us understand. I feel so much better now that I understand OMNIBUS. I know the money will be put where PTrump wants it to be put.

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      • yohio says:

        Fle I love ya!, but the question is will Trump supporters who most aren’t on here, who see that Repubs and Pres Trump signing the huge Omnibus Soending Bill whether he got screwed or not want to rush out and vote for those same Republicans? It doesn’t motivate me to want to vote for them and I would consider myself a huuuge Trump supporter! The shudder for me is seeing Speaker Pelosi and Schiff Intel Comm Head

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        • pyromancer76 says:

          The Republicans are bad enough — GOPe, Globalists, opportunists, follow-the-money-types — but the Dems are worse. They are now purified religionist communists of a variety of stripes – who function and vote in lock step. If this doesn’t motivate Republicans and Independents to get out to vote, I don’t know what will. Let’s grumble a lot — good to keep our President on his toes and the opposition off balance — but show our smarts and resolve. Let’s let some of that VSG (Very Stable Genius) rub off on us. We can be “strategic”. too.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          Keep in mind a lot of Republicans in the House will vote No. Also, people tend to forget these things. Our President will put out assurances that the money may be allocated but if it doesn’t help our country, it will be returned.

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      • kroesus says:

        “Congress appropriates the money 💴! They do not guarantee it will get spent.”……no but SCOTUS does…..under Nixon he tried to hold spending below appropriation levels and SCOTUS told him the budget had the force of law and dollars designated HAD to be spent……PDJT may have a defense with NO budget and a CR but Omnibus is considered a budget

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      • Peter Rabbit says:

        FLEP:. Thank you so much for your frequent MAJOR CONTRIBUTIONS to The Treehouse. Always excellent, timely and well researched. A treasure for all of us.

        PLEASE KEEP UP THE OUTSTANDING WORK!!!

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      • joninmd22 says:

        Thanks, Felice. This makes much more sense.

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      • maiingankwe says:

        Fleporeblog,
        Okay, I’m a bit more relaxed, and thank you for that. However, I am still deeply concerned about what has been written with concerns to our Second Ammendment. There are talks that it is not in our favor by any means and we will all be losing more of our Constitutional rights and federally. This scares the heck out of me.

        In addition, would SCOTUS be able to jump in again and force our President to spend what is in this bill like they did with Nixon? Yes, his was a budget, and this is what is called an omnibus spending bill, but can they do the same if it is forced to come to their attention?

        I won’t deny it, I’m real scared about our Second Amendment, and I sure as heck don’t trust these low life maggots as far as I can throw them. For heavens sake, pelosi, schummer, ryan and mcconnel all working hand-in-hand, but in the public’s eye now? I swear they want republicans to lose Bigly in these mid-terms. They just don’t care what we see and think anymore.

        What’s worse is the People have no clue to what our President Trump May be doing and will sign the bill, but not actually spend. If the voters don’t hear or see by the midterms we can all be screwed. It matters not with how smart our President is, it depends on how his voters see. If they think he’s waffling, it’s going to be hard to convince them otherwise.

        I hope I’m wrong, I really do. I want our President Trump to succeed like no other President for the good of our country. And of course I would vote for him again, I have no doubt of that, ever. I’m just worried about all of the other voters and them not understanding.
        Be well, and again, thank you,
        Ma’iingankwe

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        • fleporeblog says:

          Great post with great concerns! Our President can’t say anything right now. He needs these MORONS to think he is going to go along. As soon as the Bill is signed, he will begin to reassure Americans that he has no intention is spending the allocation. For him, he did this to assure our military is properly funded.

          As for the 2nd Amendment, The NRA itself is for the states sharing information about people that should not be able to purchase a gun. That is the piece being included. Nothing to do with restricting the age from 18 to 21.

          We are golden in the SC! I truly believe Justice Kennedy will retire at the end of June. That will allow him to select someone like Judge Hardiman (runner up to Gorsuch) who is a staunch supporter of the 2nd Amendment.

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      • JAS says:

        Thanks Flep. I see the spending bill as a construction loan. If you’re smart, you ask for/get more than you need, then make the cuts needed to not use it all.

        It’s called “Under time and under budget” 🙂

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    • Truthfilter says:

      Did he actually sign this bill? This isn’t good.

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    • Ed Lester says:

      Bison biscuits! Once again conservatives are sold out by the Republican Establishment which now includes the President. Sanctuary cities, Planned Parenthood, Obamacare all still alive and kicking. And why does the military always have to have huge spending increases under Republicans? It’s okay to actually hold the line on spending. If Republicans are going to spend like democrats, voters will just vote for the real thing in November instead of Democrat-lite candidates. I have voted conservative in every election since 1980, but I’m sick and tired of watching Republicans act like democrats and nullify my support with their votes in Congress. I intend to vote libertarian, if I vote at all. Republicans won’t miss me one bit, as they want to be in the minority. They ache to be in the minority. They want the perks of Congress and the get rich quick access via corporate lobbying, but none of the responsibility of governing. Okay, message delivered. Me and my family are getting off the carousel. By the time they get around to confiscating my guns, I’ll be dead anyway. Nancy Pelosi as speaker? Fine. No different than Speaker Ryan’s duplicity toward the president and conservative members of the House. Schumer as Senate President? Same as McConnell. Not a speck of difference between them.

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      • G. Combs says:

        “…Once again conservatives are sold out by the Republican Establishment which now includes the President…..”

        Grow the Heck UP!

        President Trump is not some God-Emperor who can rule by decree. He has to deal with a traitorous Congress and is doing a heck of a lot better than anyone could reasonably expect.

        Now if you think you can do better than why don’t YOU run for office!

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      • treehouseron says:

        Ed, you need a binky for that? You’re on here denouncing the President, get lost.

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      • Ayo says:

        The Margin of Error is so small. If you wait on a perfect bill, you might as well shut the government down in perpetuity. The MAGA agenda has only a few real loyalists. The President is not a king.

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      • Albertus Magnus says:

        Oh, ok.

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      • MAGA_Berserker says:

        You convinced me Ed, I will vote to hellery. Or maybe a fake injun.

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      • joninmd22 says:

        I’ll let you in on a little secret. The Libertarian party exists as a democrat party false front to shave off republican votes and get democrats elected. It worked to design in Pennsylvania last week and in the Virginia governors race a few years ago.

        That doesn’t mean there aren’t good Libertarians out there just that the party and its candidates are a joke and the communists best friend.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Without rebuilding the military – and it needs rebuilding — all else is for nought. If one cannot protect one’s borders or interests or remain at the top in military weapons, technology, recruiting and training, a country has little hope but to be prostrate before envious powers. First things first. Reverse O’s purposes (metaphorically speaking — the purposes of his handlers).

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  6. citizen817 says:

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    • phoenixRising says:

      Okay… Potus is the grown up here. Looking to the future, as he always is. So, if the bill passes tomorrow he will sign.

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      • Ed Lester says:

        He makes me sick! He was voted in to build the damn wall, not simply start a piece of it two years in! He could have ordered the Army Corps of Engineers to start construction right after inauguration without Congress. I voted for a border wall in 2016; I got tariffs that offset the tax cuts; an increase coming in the gas tax, and 33 miles (maybe) of a Wall. Schumer has cleaned his clock in every budget negotiation. Impeachment proceedings will begin in January with the New Democratic House, because Trump handed them the victory with this budget.

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        • But you voted for him.

          /s

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        • G. Combs says:

          Well, Ed why don’t YOU run for President and show us how it’s done?

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        • Keebler ac says:

          No, he was voted in to turn the ailing country around which included the wall among jump starting the economy, create jobs, build more self reliance, terminate ISIS and reinforce the military. The reason he can’t do more on the wall and cut Dem spending is because supporters turn the other way and vote against his senate and house choices. If you didn’t vote to strengthen the house vote then fume at your own fault!

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        • Perot Conservative says:

          I agree! Build the Wall, and build it FAST. Congress seems to have so many ways to clog up the works.

          Imagine if we built 1,000 – 1,500 miles of wall before the next election! WHAT would happen? Drug running and illegal immigration would be cut substantially! Opiod deaths and illegal alien crime would drop. That would inspire his base and Independents, 2/3 who key in on fiscal matters! Drugs and illegal aliens cost lots of money.

          How to build it fast? Post multiple RFQs (requests for quotes), have multiple sections of the wall built simultaneously, and reward those who build quickly (and with quality) with more work. Encourage 24 / 7 work where feasible, where there are no population centers. Bonuses for early completion, just like some highway projects. If we run out of money, pull $500M from another program. We also may need eminent domain in some areas, land acquisition, legal help, etc.

          We need as much built as possible in 3 years in case calamity hits.

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          • Chickficshun says:

            This omnibus bill doesn’t allow for concrete wall barriers. Only chainlink fencing.

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            • Alison says:

              Can you cite the exact Omnibus section for this statement?

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            • Dekester says:

              Chickficshun, I read this site regularly and your posts invariably take on a passive aggressive tone.

              I may be overly sensitive to anyone that attacks PDJT, but I make no apologies for that.

              God bless PDJT, the most courageous of V.S. Geniuses.

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            • Kintbury54 says:

              If it is chanlink fencing and razor wire, it still will keep a lot of people out and the Easturn European countries are using it. Actually for 1.6 billion, he could get a lot of mileage out of it instead of a concrete wall. I would be thankful for anything.

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              • Right on. 1.6B buys a LOT of fence and razor wire. And with all the left over money he can build towers and put good guys in there with GUNS to keep the criminals out. Hell, he could even install a nice maze of landmines in the “natural barrier” areas, just for fun!!

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        • TatonkaWoman says:

          He makes you sick? Really. You actually want to come here and say something like that? How about all of the people who are trying to take him down, keep him from doing all of the things we elected him to do. Why aren’t they making you sick?

          If you are going to throw a tantrum, please close the door. You are embarrassing yourself.

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        • Plain Jane says:

          Eeyore, the old grey stuffed donkey wasn’t as pessimistic as you. Not good.

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        • Albertus Magnus says:

          Ed, are you Ann Coulter’s son? You guys sound the same. I think the place you want to hang out is Breitbart not the Treehouse. We are MAGA here.

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        • MAGA_Berserker says:

          Please allow me to help you think a bit more clearly Ed.

          *WHACK!*

          Liked by 10 people

          • 🍺Gunny says:

            Hey…..I thought it was my turn😎

            Good whack MAGA. Sylvia would be proud…

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            • MAGA_Berserker says:

              Oh, sorry. MWF, your right. And you have been doing a great job getting the THUNK perfect. But Lady Sylvia did strain her back a bit with the feed shovel the other day…

              BTW: You Texans are Damn Serious when you say “hold my beer, I’ll be back after we take down that MoFo!”. Austin peeps Rock!!!

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              • Austin is overrun with liberals fleeing California. Shame really

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                • 🍺Gunny says:

                  StuckIntheMiddle….give me a break…do you live here?

                  And think about what you just said…Why would liberals be leaving their liberal heaven?

                  Most of the people leaving California and coming to Texas are conservatives escaping California…
                  Thanks

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                • Hi Gunny – Agree one can’t generalize. My son and his family are on secondment from Ft.Worth living in Cedar Park for the next 2 years. Not where they would have chosen but the house comes with the job. His wife is liberal originally from Sacramento so I hear a lot about it.

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                • TheWanderingStar says:

                  Yeah, I use to live in Austin…then I moved back to Texas.

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              • 🍺Gunny says:

                thanks MAGA…yeah, I’ll tell you about it sometime…my neighborhood made me very proud. Protecting our own

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        • mariner says:

          At this point you’re making ME sick.

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          • singingsoul says:

            Had Alabama voted for Strange as P Trump ask and had people voted for the guy in PA P Trump ask for the budged would look different. The people who voted for Trump President were supporting his agenda and then for Senator vote they went back to their old way of voting that caused the mess in the first place.
            I vote as Trump ask because that is how I best can support him. Talk alone is cheap and so is bitching sitting on the key board. Do something about the mess and put energy toward MEGA.

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  7. TMonroe says:

    Experts: Uber self-driving system should have spotted woman (killed by it)

    https://apnews.com/74f6266086264bbfb0f6c8ed857465f1/Experts:-Uber-self-driving-system-should-have-spotted-woman

    “Bryant Walker Smith, a University of South Carolina law professor who studies autonomous vehicles, said the video may not show the complete picture, but “this is strongly suggestive of multiple failures of Uber and its system, its automated system, and its safety driver.””

    Meanwhile, their priority is covering themselves:

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/uber-accident-wont-stop-insurers-from-racing-to-develop-coverage-for-driverless-cars-1521624600

    “Uber itself has made insurance a high priority in its driverless-car push. The manager of its insurance programs, Gus Fuldner, is highly regarded in the profession of risk management. He won a “Risk Manager of the Year” award in 2016 from an insurance trade publication for innovations in managing the company’s risks as a ride-sharing company.”

    Inidivudual rights — life and limb, this time — once again take a back seat to the usual suspects.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      And the driver was a convicted Felon- armed robbery of all things.

      Uber is a trainwreck. If you’re in the business of hiring peole to pick up strangers day and night, you d*mn well better vet ’em.

      Hate to say it, cuz I liked the idea.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      Driverless cars are a really Bad Idea.

      We humanoids have to get a Drivers License to operate a vehicle on our roads.
      Why does a driverless car get a pass on that law?!

      There is a lot of split-second decision-making that goes on, in driving a vehicle.
      There is no way…no possible way…that a robot car could be programmed to deal with all those split-second decisions.

      Our States should not be allowing ‘driverless cars’ out on the highways.
      How many people will have to be killed before this insanity is stopped.

      And Insurance Companies?
      They only insure “Licensed Drivers”…right?
      If they issue coverage for driverless cars, then they should be sued for giving ‘unfair preferential treatment’ to those unmanned cars, over the rest of us.

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      • Would love to know how insurance companies underwrite driverless vehicles.

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      • JAS says:

        “There is a lot of split-second decision-making that goes on, in driving a vehicle.
        There is no way…no possible way…that a robot car could be programmed to deal with all those split-second decisions.”

        Oh yes they can. Computing power is not the issue. From that POV the computers are much better than humans. An example:

        For years now fighter aircraft have been designed to be inherently unstable. This makes them much more maneuverable. Humans cannot handle the constant, microsecond after microsecond adjustments inputs needed to keep them from going out of control. Computers do that with ease. Hence, “fly by wire” technology. As a result, 100s of millions of people are flown safely around the world by those computers.

        The problem is not the computers. Sensors have some issues, like dealing with rain for example, but by far the biggest issue lies with the cars themselves. Cars cannot stop/maneuver on a dime. They will never be able to be stopped or made to change direction instantly – that takes time (distance covered) no matter what the computer, or the human, does. That’s physics. So there will always be “accidents”.

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      • TheWanderingStar says:

        I don’t trust other people driving a vehicle in which I’m riding.

        For heaven’s sake, why would I feel comfortable riding in a vehicle that has a “driver system” designed by committee?

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      • Well, I mean… AI is technically liberal, right? It has been created and developed in the most liberal of liberal sesspools. So that means that it would not need to follow the laws of the land as they are written, like any other liberal.

        Only good, honest, hard-working folks need to pay lots of money to have a drivers license year after year. Let us not forget about our hard-earned dollars paying for registration fees and in some states safety inspection fees, every year. I work hard and register 3 vehicles in my state, plus I keep paying for insurance on top of everything else!

        Jokes on us.

        Liberal A.I. (and illegal aliens!!) are held to a different standard, you see?

        🙂

        That self driving vehicle did not see the pedestrian because the human was outside of the crosswalk. Robot only see crosswalk, not human. Man oh man… I bet that AI computer feels really bad about killing someone. I wonder if they will put that car in the pound for a life sentence? Or give it back to gUBER after they pay off the lawsuits?

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  8. I would like to see some of your revered opinions or your thoughts of what POTUS will do regarding the pork ladled omnibus bill. Thank you in advance for your thoughts they always relieve my mind treepers.

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    • Ed Lester says:

      He intends to provide the rope to his own hanging starting next January by signing this hot mess. He is presiding over his own demise by giving the Democrats the House in November with his support of the spending bill.

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      • applevista says:

        Ed, you are missing the common sense and practicality of it all. It is what Democrat Libtards do. Trump has to work with the tools he has handed to him rather than no tools at all.
        The alternative is communist/socialism. Besides, the Democrats are not going to win the House or the Senate. Yes, there will be those who vote for suicide, but not enough of them.

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      • 196ski says:

        Ed, this is an Omnibus Bill, not a Budget. Just because they pass it does not mean he has to spend it. Pay attention. Trump got most of what he wanted, he had to take the massive spending appropriation to get that but he is under NO obligation to spend it. There is nothing else he can do short of shutting down the government which is what the Democrats secretly want.

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    • waltherppk says:

      I think Trump should veto the Omnibus bill and shut down the government for a goo long while. Tell all the never trumper RINOS and dhimmicrats there is a new president, elections have consequences, play ball on the Trump agenda items or go screw themselves.

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      • Keebler ac says:

        He won’t sacrefice the military

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        • Chickficshun says:

          Kinda like how they controlled Bush. Military spending.

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        • waltherppk says:

          The country needs a reckoning and when it’s time …..count me in. Domestic enemies are in need of extermination not litigation or “debate”. The enemies within the gates have an appointment with the undertaker that needs to be expedited and I think “talk” has gone on for too long already. Talk doesn’t get the job done that requires doing. When a nail awaits attention ….pick up a hammer and hit the son of a bitch….don’t “study” it forever.

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      • Ayo says:

        Shutting down the government sounds nice and all, but when the chips are down, and the government is shut down for a long time, public opinion will turn, and so would some fair weather supporters. This spending bill might just be close to the best that can be done with the margins needed and the numbers of congressional MAGA favorable votes too small.

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      • pyromancer76 says:

        If you want to go into the future without a revived military, you are asking for destruction of our country. Ineligible-Pres 0 did as much to diminish/damage it as he could. Give us time to rebuild and sharpen our strength. First things first.

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      • NC PATRIOT says:

        EXCEPT our military suffers from a shutdown—-and he won’t do that.

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      • Shutting down the government would technically put congress on leave, right? If congress is on leave, we can arrest all the crooked ones…errrhh…all of em… and prepare them for the military tribunals that are coming up. By “prepare”, I mean stripping them down, putting them in a nice used pair of government issued underwear, socks and a suit of orange canvas. Confiscate all of their wealth and divert those funds towards the NatDebt, less the costs of their room and board in gitmo, plus travel expenses and rope.

        I think gitmo should have those live feed cams. Like the ones used in bird/wildlife nests and streamed on ytube.

        popcorn.

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        • waltherppk says:

          What was done in Saudi Arabia may be a good model for needed reforms. Round up the crooks and subversives and make them an offer they can’t refuse.

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      Go up thread and find fleporeblog’s summary

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  9. WSB says:

    Fun quick read on Brennan…

    “As his plot to destroy Trump backfires, his squeals grow louder.”

    https://spectator.org/john-brennans-thwarted-coup/

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  10. phoenixRising says:

    Sundance’s article just posted on NAFTA demonstrates a good way to deal when one doesn’t have clarity… when one has to wait. Suggest you read the first and second paras at least. Oh,,, the faces on the mariachi are worth a gander.

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    • Chickficshun says:

      I’d like Sundance to explain why the sneaky jerks trying to pull this NAFTA work around are the same sneaky jerks handing PDT this crap omnibus bill, why we should be wary on one (nafta) but honky dorie on the other (omnibus bill). Can PDT truly control how it’s spent. Very skeptical.

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  11. fleporeblog says:

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  12. fleporeblog says:

    Here is a great thread on McCabe investigating Sessions!

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    • gda says:

      31. Andrew McCabe was permitted a lawyer bc he’s almost certainly under indictment; Horowitz has a prosecutor & a grand jury empaneled. The way OPR handled McCabe proves it.

      Oh happy day!

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        I pray to God you are right! We can’t wait another 18 months for a Special Prosecutor to get going!

        Little clues seem to indicate as much.

        1. McCabe lawyer letter about IG report being “carved out” of a “larger” report.
        2. We’ve gotten some texts and documents from unknown efforts.
        3. Page, Strzok, and Uhr kept on payroll. Cooperating. But with who?
        4. Priestap, Wray, others silent.
        5. Sessions quite when berated by Trump.
        6. Sessions said he brought someone in from “outside”.
        7. Stonewalling on information?
        8. The demoted ones dead silent.

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    • Jim Smith says:

      In point 29 it says “The simple answer is: they’re not witnesses w deals.”
      IMHO it should say “The simple answer is: they’re witnesses w deals.
      I think it’s an error (typo). It would sort of undermine the rest of the thread if the NOT is deliberate.

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  13. tazz2293 says:

    So… I’m in the old thread jabbering away. I turn around and the room is empty. Next flick the lights before y’all leave me all alone in an empty room. 😉

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    • 🍺Gunny says:

      We’ll leave a sock on the door knob😎

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    • Dixie says:

      LOL!

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    • phoenixRising says:

      Sorry tazz… I went to the other room and brought your last unread post over – it’s worth a read for sure
      ——————————-

      tazz2293 says:
      March 22, 2018 at 12:31 am

      We have friends here who sacrificed for America by going off and serving in our military. Whether in Korea, Vietnam or any of the conflicts since they know what it is to move forward and to fall back.

      yes the budget is hot garbage but we did get military funding out of it, some Wall money. As long as we keep moving forward and do not cede hard won territory back to the enemy we can live to fight another day.

      We are moving forward, just not as fast as we’d like sometimes. Yes, we want to win and to win now. Reality does not always let us win it all, but, as I said previously, if we keep moving forward we have not lost anything.

      We are winning. Just have to keep pushing and giving 110% at all times.

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      • tazz2293 says:

        Thanks phoenixRising

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      • G. Combs says:

        Nicely stated Tazz.

        I am just so happy with all the ‘advances’ President Trump has made in his first year, I really do not care about a 6 month porkulus garbage bill.

        Heck if President Trump asked, he would have 1/2 the country down at the border helping build the wall so I am not too worried about fully funding that wall as of yet.

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    • carl says:

      Ha! Too cute, tazz. I like you!

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      • singingsoul says:

        Tazz great post.

        PTrump is doing well considering Rosenstein and his cabal wrapped Mueller around his neck. I hope Rosenstein pays for the treason.

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  14. angieunderground says:

    Has anyone been listening to the John Batchelor show tonight? In the 11:30-12:00 EDT segment Batchelor interviewed Gregory Copley with GIS/Defense and Foreign Affairs, who told him that the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter might not have been the work of the Russians, but of our old pal Christopher Steele.

    Here are his reasons: 1) The Russian government denies vigorously that it poisoned SS and is complaining that the British government is refusing to let the Russians see the evidence of the nerve gas actually used. 2) There is no reason for Russia to poison this ex-spy who has no relevant information, and has already told everything he knows to the British. 3) When he became a double agent spying on Russia for the UK he worked with and perhaps reported to Steele. 4) SS is suspected of being the Russian source for the dossier, as he is willing to write Russian reports for anyone who pays him. 4) Everyone in the world, including the UK, thought Hillary was going to win This gives the British government a motive both to cooperate with a request from the Obama administration for some bogus Russian reports and to point the finger at Russia as the source, so as to hide their complicity from President Trump. When Hillary took office everything would be swept under the rug, so the risk of cooperating with the US was thought to be small. 5) It is believed by people who know him that SS is ready to confess to the falsity of the entire document.

    Given Hillary’s payment for the dossier, is it possible that the poisoning was an Arkancide?

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    • G. Combs says:

      It sure does STINK!

      The UK is no friend of American Patriots either.

      May 23, 2017— “[…] Robert Hannigan, then the chief of Britain’s Government Communications Headquarters, passed Brennan material related to conversations Trump associates had with suspected or known Russian agents in late 2015 and early 2016,….

      Brennan was so concerned about the intercepted communications that he established a counterintelligence task force, which included the FBI and the National Security Agency. (Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper testified earlier this month that those communications had been picked up and handed over to US agencies, but he could not elaborate due to the “sensitive” nature of the intelligence.)[…]”http://www.businessinsider.com/john-brennan-russia-trump-collusion-testimony-2017-5

      Hannigan abruptly resigned on Jan. 23, 2017. This was three days after Trump’s inauguration and shortly after the first allegations that former MI6 agent Christopher Steele was involved thanks to the Buzzfeed article on January 10, 2017. The actual suspicion is why Robert Hannigan would be meeting with John Brennan (CIA) instead of Hannigan’s counterpart in the USA who was Admiral Mike Rogers of NSA.

      So yeah, I think it is very likely it was the Brits and not the Russians. The Russians had no reason while the Brits certainly did.

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      • wheatietoo says:

        I still think that Christopher Steele was still working for the British Govt…he was just doing it covertly.

        A lot of govts have ‘off the books’ agents who do things that the govt wants to be able to deny later.
        Even our own.

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        • JK says:

          Of course, the “Trump Operation” was a joint MI-6 / Brennan CIA operation. Secretly approved by May and the British gov’t. Remember that they wanted to ban PDJT from the UK. May & Co. would do anything to placate their Muslim overlords, as we have seen recently.

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    • Y/O, says:

      Even more. Obama in on it too. An Obarkancide?

      Liked by 7 people

    • Plain Jane says:

      Wow, thank you Angieunderground. I almost turned him on tonight but got sidetracked.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Plain Jane says:

      Also, after all the protestations against PT for phoning congrats to Putin, I got to thinking that the war mongers have an ulterior motive. Hmmmm. Makes sense.

      Liked by 5 people

    • val66 says:

      The John Bachelor show is fantastic. Like a better, conservative NPR. Real news with real experts, delving deep into the topic with long discussions on the topics. I highly recommend it to everyone.

      Liked by 3 people

      • MAGA_Berserker says:

        For years, I listened to John Bachelor every evening while working. Then one night, during the primaries, he showed his true colors. After 30 minutes of that, never listened to him again. Same thing with RedEye. Poison in disguise.

        Liked by 1 person

  15. Troublemaker10 says:

    Liked by 9 people

  16. Liked by 3 people

  17. citizen817 says:

    Liked by 19 people

    • WSB says:

      There was an interesting dialogue between Nielsen and Wyden this morning in the hearing on voting irregularities.

      As much as I cannot stand him, Wyden said his committee asked the largest producer of voting machines to come and speak to the Congress, and they would not answer the call. Nielsen said that we need to have a paper trail, receipt and some way to audit all machines on a federal level.

      Things that make you go “hmmmmm.”

      Liked by 18 people

      • Chickficshun says:

        Wyden is one huge ugly snake. I’m in disbelief.

        Liked by 4 people

      • TatonkaWoman says:

        Well, since that is probably a Soros company…..just sayin’.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Chris Four says:

        “…. at the federal level” this is a major red flag. Our voting system is based on local supervisors of elections. These are the officers that need to be held accountable to the electorate. We need to make sure our local voting system uses the best equipment and has accountability for votes cast. The uniparty always wants to gain more control when there is a problem. There are about 12 states that do not have a paper trail. We need to pressure those states to fix their problem.

        Liked by 9 people

        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Dual federal and local is a good idea, too. Easy to inspect, hard to tamper.

          Liked by 5 people

          • Chris Four says:

            Once you let the fed in you will regret it.

            Liked by 2 people

            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              It’s a tough call. What if California is cheating to win now? It means states are locked into communism. Has to be a way to break that lock. Just like sanctuary cities or sanctuary states. Somehow the fed needs to be able to fight STATE-LEVEL CHEATING.

              Liked by 3 people

              • Chris Four says:

                We are trying to eliminate Federal Departments and Agenices not create more. While your goal is noble just put the shoe on the other foot. What if the Dees controlled the Federal Election Agency and a Lois Lerner was in charge!!

                Liked by 2 people

              • pyromancer76 says:

                All of the blue states, major urban areas, are cheating to win and the Dems (with GOPe help or looking the other way) are attempting to spread this cheating to other states. It would be helpful if Treepers could inform each other whenever and however voter fraud is stopped or limited in their own states.

                Liked by 2 people

              • WSB says:

                I would not mind dual auditing, triple auditing (local, state, fed), or initiating private companies to provide a check and balance audit.

                Something must be done. I also believe we need to rip up the monopoly or duopoly on voting machines.

                Our votes are literally being fed to the fox in the hen house.

                Liked by 3 people

        • MAGA_Berserker says:

          Dear Wife and I are Virginia Election Officers. Virginia has a great systen, with paper ballots and the whole election can be recounted in a few hours. BUT, the fraud is in the registration! Seen it up close and personal. Asked them to state their names and addresses, multiple times with different names.

          Liked by 8 people

          • mariner says:

            That’s not a “Virginia system”, it’s the system where you are.

            I voted in a place that was all-electronic. There were no paper ballots and there was no way to verify that votes were tallied as submitted.

            Liked by 3 people

        • svenwg says:

          Some of the voting machines can be programmed to achieve a predetermined result. If one looks at the data for the counting of votes you will notice that there are fractions of votes, which cannot happen if the votes are counted correctly.

          How it works is that the Demoncraps have the machines programmed to have their candidate win by a believable percentage. This is impossible to do as nobody can predict the number of people that will turn out to vote, but by using percentages, the votes are then allocated to the eventual winner as a percentage and not the number of votes cast.

          I cannot for the life of me remember where I watched a video of a woman who is well known for her attempts to ensure that the voting in America is honest and as far as I can remember her organisation is called Square The Vote or something of that nature. It is a fascinating video with very credible investigations that she has done on the voting machines.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Chris Four says:

            But supposedly if you have a paper trail you should be able to see discrepancies. The paper trail would show for example 300 votes 200 R and 100 D if the machine totals deviated from these numbers either 350 total votes or 50 R and 250 D votes you would know something was tampered with. Dishonest people will always cheat the system. Voter ID needs to be a mandatory requirement. Even sh countries understand this.

            Liked by 3 people

            • svenwg says:

              I agree with you that voter ID must be made mandatory for every citizen that wants to vote, also postal votes must be restricted to those that will either be out of the country on the day of voting and those that are either in hospital or disabled.

              Postal votes are the easiest way to cheat and therefore should be eliminated. Also, every ballot must have a paper copy that can be counted if their is a need for a recount.

              Thanks for replying, I have just discovered where to go to check if there is a reply. It has only taken me 6 months to work it out.

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          • mariner says:

            True the Vote.

            Catherine Engelbrecht is the leader, but you may have watched someone else.

            Liked by 4 people

          • tvollrath66 says:

            Maybe truethevote.org

            Like

          • Kintbury54 says:

            True the Vote.

            Like

    • Pat Frederick says:

      I’m hoping this is the something special PDJT was referring to happening soon…the release of the DHS report on voter fraud…and a plan to implement voter id.

      Like

  18. rashomon says:

    As much as you all must hate my long YTs, this is one I have forwarded to all the high school, college and beyond relatives and friends. Break ii into bits if you must, agree or disagree, but watch it.

    Liked by 8 people

  19. Apfelcobbler says:

    Looks like the Repub strategy is to appoint a SC to investigate FISA Court / dossier. That will uncover Rosenstein’s signing off, forcing RR to recuse himself. Voilà! No one to oversee Meuller (whose cred is being simultaneously being examined and turning up fatally flawed) and the Witch Hunt will be at last disbanded.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. tazz2293 says:

    Things that make you say OORAH!

    “Build the wall.

    Destroy NAFTA.

    ……

    Out.

    Just – get – us – out.

    Out.” – Sundance

    Sundance is alright in my book. As if that needed saying. 🙂

    Liked by 7 people

  21. Brad says:

    So, DoD gets 1,416 BILLION?
    Hmmmm… maybe Dept of “DA-FENCE??

    Liked by 11 people

  22. joeknuckles says:

    That pervert Joe Biden is pretending to be chivalrous. What a joke. Message to creepy Joe, if I ever see you fondling a child in my presence, the consequence will be more than a polite little southern slap on the hand like Sessions gave you.

    Liked by 11 people

  23. millwright says:

    I’m wondering about a report I read today ( here ? ) recounting McCabe was responsible for vetting ( or at least deciding who got vetted ) in the Trump White House . Years’ back in the free-range West, it was accepted practice during roundup multiple individuals representing most ranchers on a common range were charged with identifying, counting and sorting cattle as they were run through a cattle chute. But in our modern day it seems we we assign this critical ( and influential ) duty to someone with an onus against ( as we now know ) the incoming administration without any peer-rated oversight ! Now ( today) we see more “leaks” issuing from the White House . How many/much of this can be traced back to McCabe’s ‘sorting of the cattle ‘ ?

    Liked by 8 people

  24. So since Congress has no willingness to hold the line. Do as I do I use my wife sometimes as an excuse not to do certain things.

    Liked by 2 people

  25. So since Congress has no willingness to hold the line. Do as I do I use my wife sometimes as an excuse not to do certain things.

    Like

  26. Perot Conservative says:

    Laura Ingraham tonight. Not draining the Swamp.

    Money for a tunnel between NY and NJ.
    Block grants 100% increase.
    Obama transportation program 200% increase.
    Government grows 12-13%!!!
    Wall funding – 100 miles? $640 Million?

    The Democrat on her show is grinning so widely, he is almost laughing with glee!

    GOP House, Senate, and White House, and Trump gets peanuts for the Wall and sanctuary cities not cut off.

    Trump didn’t run on a 12% spending increase, block grants, and Trillion dollar deficits!! HE RAN ON BUILDING A WALL.

    He just got rolled by Ryan and McConnell. Don’t sign it.

    Liked by 1 person

    • MAGA_Berserker says:

      How much they paying you? Maybe we can do a GoFundMe and double it.
      If they are sending their best, we have no worries. Did you invent you handle from my post a few nights ago? SAD!!! Hang you head in shame. You are a failure even as a Troll!

      Note to Treeps: sorry, just quietly lurking all day, these budget trolls are starting to piss me off. Please excuse my language. Oh, and hold my beer…

      Liked by 6 people

    • 196ski says:

      Last laugh might be on them. Just because Congress authorizes the spending it does not mean Trump HAS to spend it. It’s an Omnibus Bill and not a Budget. He can pick and choose what allocations and how much of it he spends.

      Liked by 2 people

  27. Keebler ac says:

    Oh, lookie here, seems it’s true.

    No wonder PA 18 lost to the Dems.

    Former GOP Senator admits he donated to Conor Lamb in PA-18

    https://www.rawstory.com/2018/03/former-gop-senator-admits-donated-conor-lamb-pa-18-many-republicans-drunk-trump-aid

    The former GOP senator wrote the Democratic PA-18 candidate inspired him to “personally urge prominent Republican campaign strategists to promote Lamb as a means to begin the containment of Trump’s poisonous presidency.”

    If Trump supporters don’t wise up…there will be hardly any wall. It’s up to us at the mid terms.

    Liked by 5 people

    • pyromancer76 says:

      “The Dems are bankrupt” is one argument about how they are in a world of hurt for the mid-terms, but this argument fails to take into account the gazillions of $$$ that are available to Soros groups and GOPe and all the other traitors. It will be war — and we can wage it.

      Liked by 2 people

  28. carl says:

    Still trying to look on the bright side of the very bleak spending bill situation, I had a few more thoughts. At least we didn’t get DACA, and we know Trump won’t let that happen unless there’s full wall funding and probably a few more things. Also, aren’t the resistors gonna be really ticked at the dems for voting for a bill with wall funding and no DACA? I like the idea of that immensely!

    As for military spending, the President promised to take care of our vets, and this bill does that. Plus, think of how all that extra spending will help further stimulate the economy and create jobs and keep our country safe. How many other countries can spend that much money in order to be comparable to us, and how many would go broke trying? With all that being said, I wouldn’t be upset if the whole stinking thing fell apart tomorrow. But if it passes and gets signed, it won’t be the end of the world for me.

    I already made a long post on this topic on the previous thread, so for anyone who read that and now this one, please don’t think “oh no! There’s that guy again writing his Pollyanna missives trying to sell the virtues of Lyin Ryan’s steaming pile of dung!” I promise this is my last post on the subject.😊

    Liked by 1 person

  29. citizen817 says:

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  30. citizen817 says:

    I hope the President doesn’t sign this!

    In a statement, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, the Democrats’ House leader, said:

    Democrats won explicit language restricting border construction to the same see-through fencing that was already authorized under current law.

    Liked by 1 person

    • wheatietoo says:

      Phffft.
      Hey Nancy, if you wanted to put “restrictions” on the President’s spending…then you should’ve passed a Budget!

      Our President is as free to spend the funds from an Omnibus Spending Bill as Ozero was, with all of those Omnibus bills that he was given.

      Pres Trump is also free to not spend those funds, as he likes.

      By the way…where did all those trillions go during the O-regime?
      We have never had an accounting of it.

      Liked by 13 people

  31. Craig from Scotland says:

    “Andrew McCabe instructed his “small group” of collaborators to investigate Attorney General Jeff Sessions in March of 2017…..”

    If this couldn’t get any worse, ‘Andy’ McCorrupt must have instigated an investigation against Sessions with reference to clear evidence of FBI illegality and unlawful acts.

    The corrupt collective modus operandi – attack the messenger not the message.

    ————————-

    Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my “wires tapped” in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!
    Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 4, 2017

    How low has President Obama gone to tapp my phones during the very sacred election process. This is Nixon/Watergate. Bad (or sick) guy!
    Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 4, 2017

    I’d bet a good lawyer could make a great case out of the fact that President Obama was tapping my phones in October, just prior to Election!
    Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 4, 2017

    Is it legal for a sitting President to be “wire tapping” a race for president prior to an election? Turned down by court earlier. A NEW LOW!
    Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 4, 2017

    Liked by 4 people

  32. nwtex says:

    winning!

    These American Restaurants Are Failing to Attract Customers
    March 21, 2018

    17. Starbucks

    Sign of the end: only 3% growth

    OK, so Starbucks isn’t going anywhere. But it did have slower than expected American store sales in 2017. At one point, Starbucks enjoyed 25 straight quarters with earnings exceeding 5% growth — until it lost customers due to PR blunders.The coffee chain’s popularity sank when it announced its mission to hire 10,000 refugees in protest of President Donald Trump’s immigration ban

    https://www.cheatsheet.com/money-career/restaurants-struggling-attract-customers.html/17/

    Liked by 6 people

  33. Harry Lime says:

    Ok, if nothing else this is extremely entertaining. Lionel absolutely going off on Clinton stooge Richard Goodstein…pop…some…corn.

    Liked by 5 people

    • wheatietoo says:

      This Richard Goodstein guy is worse than a ‘stooge’…he is pure evil.
      He also spews propaganda about Ozero, too.

      I can’t believe he had the nerve to claim that the PizzaGate scandal was “invented by Russian bots”!
      What a steaming crock.

      Love Lionel, though! He is great. He shredded that guy.

      Liked by 9 people

    • jat says:

      “You lost.. Hillary will never be president… go to a grief counsellor” ahahaha! Lionel kills me.

      Liked by 8 people

  34. citizen817 says:

    This 60 year old cartoon eerily predicts exactly what is happening in society today with the encroachment of socialism/communism. 

    Liked by 7 people

    • wheatietoo says:

      I’m surprised that Youtube hasn’t purged this video yet.
      Maybe their brownshirt crew hasn’t watched it.

      Excellent old cartoon.
      I watched it years ago…and it is a true now as it was then.

      Liked by 3 people

  35. citizen817 says:

    Rick Perry Stops Uranium Sales After Lawmakers Hold Up DOE Nominee

    Energy Secretary Rick Perry is placing the Department of Energy’s (DOE) uranium sales on hold for the rest of the year after a lawmaker held up a DOE nominee over the practice.

    Excerpt:
    Barrasso has blocked the Senate from confirming Anne White as the DOE assistant secretary for environmental management since January. The Wyoming senator held up White’s nomination to protest the DOE’s process of selling excess government-owned uranium, which has suppressed the domestic uranium industry, especially in Wyoming.

    http://dailycaller.com/2018/03/21/rick-perry-stops-uranium-sales/

    Liked by 4 people

    • wheatietoo says:

      I would hope that those uranium sales by the DOE, were to domestic buyers.
      Why would we want to sell ANY of our uranium to foreign buyers?

      It mentions, though…that those sales were being done as “barters” and through “bartering”.
      Doesn’t say what they’ve been bartering ‘for’.

      From the article:
      “If confirmed, White will oversee DOE environmental cleanup operations, which are often financed through the sale of excess uranium.”
      ____

      Why do I think there is more to this story than that article is telling us.

      Liked by 4 people

      • citizen817 says:

        Here’s a different article on same.

        Energy Department Suspends Uranium Bartering Amid Miner Profitability Woes

        http://www.oann.com/energy-department-suspends-uranium-bartering-amid-miner-profitability-woes/

        Liked by 2 people

        • wheatietoo says:

          Thanks.
          From the article:

          ““I think this uranium bartering process has to be on my list of one of the most poorly-designed policies I’ve ever come across since becoming Secretary of Energy, it put two very important objectives against each other,” said Perry. “I’d like to see it stopped completely.””

          “Experts say the Energy Department could stockpile excess uranium to boost mining profits, and improve U.S. national security.”
          ____

          It still doesn’t say what the bartering was ‘for’…or who they were bartering with.

          But it seems like a no-brainer that we should be buying up all the domestic uranium that we can, to serve our own needs.

          Liked by 3 people

      • TheWanderingStar says:

        How can we have an excess in uranium, if as has been reported, the US consumes more than it produces?

        Liked by 1 person

  36. citizen817 says:

    Did the FBI allow the draw Muhammad attack to happen?

    This is a four-minute video of Tucker Carson. Looks like the FBI did not simply allow the attack to happen, it looks like they were behind it! Not a rogue agent, a well-protected agent who they are still protecting!

    Liked by 9 people

    • distracted2 says:

      Yes, this was definitely eye-opening.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Harry Lime says:

      Both the FBI and the CIA need to be completely dismantled and our intelligence communities rebuilt from the ground up. This is disgusting and completely out of control.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Doppler says:

      Sounds like another program from the Counter terrorism office in the FBI – Priestap, Strzok, to name two top guys. Seems like the whole Global War on Terror, and the people put in charge of it, are actually promoting terrorism as part of a revolutionary agenda to invade and destabilize every Muslim state, generate tens of millions of poor Muslim immigrants, transplant them throughout the world in the most stable Western democracies, and for what purpose? The same agenda Marxists have always had: destabilization of establishments leading to revolution, permitting installation of emergency powers wielded by secret elites. Obama’s CIA Director John Brennan actually voted Communist in 1976. He embraces Trotsky’s “dustbin of history” rhetoric in attacking Trump, just as Bill Kristol recently embraced Karl Marx’s rhetoric, “A spector is haunting [Marx: Europe, Kristol: the World Economic Forum], again in attacking Trump. Nellie Fox is a Russian History revisionist recruited by both the CIA and FBI, and paid by the Clinton Crime Machine for secret service. Her philosophy appears to be, “Stalin wasn’t so bad,” “let’s look for valuable lessons for how central elites destroying and violently seizing control from the old older then worked with regional and local elites to cobble some semblance of new order out of the chaos created, [implicit purpose: so that we can do better next time].” Marxism used class struggle as the wedge, Capitalism as the chief evil internal and external threat demanding violent overthrow. Today Cultural Marxism with tentacles in the Deep State, is using various elements of culture – gender, race, religion, guns, immigration, history, as the wedges, Terrorism as the Chief evil internal and external threat demanding ever more violence.

      This is a test of the American project, can it long endure? And the American people, can they continue to secure the blessings of liberty for themselves and their descendants, in this era of globalism?

      And with Donald Trump as their unlikely champion in the oval office?

      Like

  37. wheatietoo says:

    Lying Liar lies, lies and lies some more.

    Liked by 8 people

  38. wheatietoo says:

    If Russia is sooo evil…then why are we putting our Astronauts on their rides to the Space Station?

    Oh, that’s right.
    Because our idiot leaders have gotten rid of our own rides.

    .
    .
    Trillions…gone…and what do we have to show for it?
    We could’ve had our own Space Force by now, with just a fraction of that.

    At least we finally have a President who wants us to have our own rides into Space.

    Liked by 9 people

  39. distracted2 says:

    Unintended consequences. Be careful what you wish for, students, because you might just lose one of your constitutional rights.

    Liked by 1 person

  40. wheatietoo says:

    This is fun.

    Liked by 4 people

  41. Craig from Scotland says:

    http://swampland.time.com/2012/11/20/friended-how-the-obama-campaign-connected-with-young-voters/
    Nov. 20, 2012

    “For a campaign dependent on a big youth turnout, this could have been a crisis. But the Obama team had a solution in place: a Facebook application that will transform the way campaigns are conducted in the future. For supporters, the app appeared to be just another way to digitally connect to the campaign. But to the Windy City number crunchers, it was a game changer.
    “I think this will wind up being the most groundbreaking piece of technology developed for this campaign,” says Teddy Goff, the Obama campaign’s digital director.

    That’s because the more than 1 million Obama backers who signed up for the app gave the campaign permission to look at their Facebook friend lists. In an instant, the campaign had a way to see the hidden young voters. Roughly 85% of those without a listed phone number could be found in the uploaded friend lists.

    What’s more, Facebook offered an ideal way to reach them. “People don’t trust campaigns. They don’t even trust media organizations,” says Goff. “Who do they trust? Their friends.”

    The campaign called this effort targeted sharing.
    And in those final weeks of the campaign, the team blitzed the supporters who had signed up for the app with requests to share specific online content with specific friends simply by clicking a button. E-mail, for instance, connects one person to a campaign.
    Facebook can connect the campaign, through one person, to 500 or more friends.

    Because it took more than a year to build the system, it was deployed only in the campaign’s homestretch.”

    Liked by 7 people

    • nimrodman says:

      Nice dig, Craig. I see that that’s a 2012 article.

      I just posted a traditional Scottish song over on the open thread, Flowers of the Forest, if you’d like to have a listen.

      Like

  42. Donna in Oregon says:

    OANN questioning Mueller’s integrity and discussing Whitey Bulger. Boston’s Southy mobster and Mueller.

    Hey Mueller fans, so much for “beyond reproach” snicker.

    Liked by 8 people

  43. FL_GUY says:

    I’m glad that President Trump is alerting the millions of his twitter followers what a crooked scumbag Mueller is. Just from following events over the last 20 or so years, I know these things about Mueller:

    When he was a Fed Prosecutor, he suppressed information of innocence to allow several people to be convicted of murder and supported the death penalty of these people. After decades on death row, they were exonerated: Why was Mueller not indicted?

    Mueller was given the FBI director job. In this job, he did the following things:

    Declared all crimes were committed by white males between the ages of 25-45
    Removed training for moslem terrorism
    Stopped investigation of potential terrorists if they weren’t white. Declared all terrorism was white supremacy
    Ruined the life of a security guard by falsely accusing him of planting a bomb in Atlanta. He didn’t do it.
    Ignored the overwhelming evidence that the 9/11 hijackers were behind the anthrax attacks and instead, went after a white male for it and ruined his life. When he was exonerated, said white male successfully sued the government and received a multi-million dollar, taxpayer funded pay out. Why was Mueller not fired for incompetence?
    During the DC sniper reign of terror, Mueller turned the investigation over to a documented racist police chief in MD (He had been fired in OR for racial discrimination against whites) and supported him in not publicising that the killers were black although it was apparently known after the first few victims. After many more people were murdered, a whistle blower leaked the actual description to the media which broadcast it. Within 24 hours, the DC snipers were caught. How many murders did Mueller enable by hiding the description of the killers and by allowing a grandstanding, and incompetent local police chief to handle the investigation? Again, why did Mueller still have a job?
    Mueller was involved in the Uranium 1 scandal.

    These are just things I personally learned over the years from the media. Who knows how many other innocent people had their lives ruined by Mueller? Mueller should have been prosecuted after he helped to convict some innocent people of murder. Instead, he is still ruining people lives when he should be in prison.

    Liked by 10 people

  44. Troublemaker10 says:

    Exclusive—Dave Brat: GOP ‘Buckled’ to Democrat Omnibus Demands; Trump Should ‘Veto’ Until We Get Border Wall Funding
    http://www.breitbart.com/radio/2018/03/21/exclusive-dave-brat-gop-buckled-to-democrat-omnibus-demands-trump-should-veto-until-we-get-border-wall-funding/

    Liked by 1 person

  45. wheatietoo says:

    I am glad to see this being tweeted around.

    It can’t be seen enough, since apparently the Enemedia refuses to watch this.

    .
    See, I think Barry was very “flexible” with Putin and Medvedev.
    I think he did all sorts of things for them.
    Things…that Barry doesn’t want the American public to know about.

    That’s why they engineered this whole Russia-Russia-Russia Hoax.
    They are desperate to keep Pres Trump from having any long friendly conversations with Putin.

    Liked by 7 people

  46. Michael says:

    The House needs a new Speaker. Badly.

    Liked by 4 people

  47. Truthfilter says:

    The last 2 tweets by POTUS last night were written by someone else on his team, IMO. I went through dozens of his tweets and couldn’t find one that included the words “…had to…”. He never concedes like that-it isn’t his style. The words “had to” were used in his last two tweets referring to the Omnimois bill.

    If I’m right, I don’t know what it means or even that it’s significant. Something just seems off to me.

    Like

  48. MAGA_Berserker says:

    Watching OANN, they are talking about China is threatening to target 8 Trump Ag states (Soy beans in particular) if the tarrifs kick in Friday.
    Maybe we should try a 200% tarrif on everything least favored state China.. See how they deal with that…

    Liked by 2 people

  49. Troublemaker10 says:

    I verified it in wiki podesta email archives:

    https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/56638

    Liked by 10 people

    • WSB says:

      Timeline here with all of HRC’s other dealings…

      “On Sep. 26, 2009, Hillary Clinton and the State Department entered into a secret contract with Facebook for $120,000 (GSA SAQMMA09M1870) to build “a template for winning elections using advanced Facebook marketing.” The next month, on Oct. 16, 2009, Hillary promoted Facebook on a video presentation to a U.S. State Department-funded Alliance for Youth Movements Summit in Mexico City. This contract was not known because Hillary had hidden it on her private email server in the basement of her house. It first came to light through the dogged work of Judicial Watch who obtained it in Apr. 03, 2014.”

      https://aim4truth.org/2017/10/26/hillary-paid-facebook-to-rig-elections-while-colluding-with-russian-uranium-one/

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  50. Troublemaker10 says:

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