April 11th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #447

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2,049 Responses to April 11th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #447

  1. phoenixRising says:


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  2. Pam says:

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  3. Concerned Virginian says:

    Well, it just may be that Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) has smoked out the underlying REAL reason why Paul Ryan isn’t seeking re-election (h/t Gateway Pundit). Seems Mr. Ryan still has a case of “White House Itch” and wants to fix his image before trying for the 2020 Republican Presidential race.
    I say, Mr. Ryan can maybe find some Lidocaine to put on that itch. But if he does, you can bet he’ll be working behind the scenes to torpedo President Trump’s re-nomination in 2020.

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  4. Pam says:

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    • Blade says:

      Can someone tweet him back ( I don’t have time at the moment ) that this year there are 33 Senate seats expiring.

      This is a Class 1 Senate election See here. Class 1 is 33 seats. Class 2 is 33 seats and elapses two years from now, and Class 3 is 34 seats which is four years away.

      There is always 1/3 of the Senate on the ballot, that cannot change.

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      • formerdem says:

        26+9 is 35 – I guess the other two seats are Sessions and somebody – to fill out their terms?

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        • Blade says:

          Just click that .gov link I placed above. It shows the party breakdown. What I was pointing out was his error …

          Out of the 26 Senate seats up for election in November,

          That is an impossibility unless four states secede!


  5. Pam says:

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  8. Bull Durham says:

    Here’s a map of bomb shelters in Moscow. 40 million people practice going to their shelters.

    We have shelters only for the “leadership” in DC.

    It would be really smart not to start a war we cannot and will not “win”.

    Putin recently said about a war that would destroy Russia in a first strike: Who would want a world without Russia?

    Thus, Russia would destroy everything on the planet if attacked. They are not going to be “defeated”.

    There is a line of communications retired General Shamanov (defeated the Wahhabis in Chechnya) and commander of Airborne Forces,reported between the Chief of Staff Gerasimov and our Chief Dunsford, and also Generals of Russian Federation with NATO staff.

    This is very, very serious business.

    When guys like Shamanov are speaking, and they are in the loop with Putin, though they are retired, you know it’s for all the marbles.

    We need to pray that wisdom prevails.

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    • Blade says:

      We have shelters only for the “leadership” in DC.

      Thanks for saying that. How utterly clueless are the sheeple here walking around with their phones planted in their ear not even caring that they are defenseless.

      One great question to ask all these warmongers on TV, you know, the countless Congress-putzes demanding action, is this: Mister Congress-putz, are there fallout shelters for the American public that you are aware of? And Mister Congress-putz, do you Congress-putzes have fallout shelters to protect your worthless hides?.

      That question dovetails with the other one they rarely ask: Mister Congress-putz, are you willing to have a vote to authorize any use of force in Syria and give the President bulletproof cover? A few have asked it and the answers were stunning. Just Stunning. This is far worse than 2002-2003. The only thing that resembles this level of un-Constitutional lawlessness is 1898 and that Enemedia + elected Warmonger cabal.

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      • formerdem says:

        (and the helipads on the tops of buildings, for evacuation of only the few, gross.) I prefer to hang with the People because God is likelier to have pity on the neglected and disregarded and leaderless. I’ll stick with the People and be all like “Hap me!” This’ll work.

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  9. phoenixRising says:

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    • Rhoda R says:

      About damn time.

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    • soozword says:

      Ryan leaving (yeah, eventually) and now McConnell is yielding on procedures. Wonder if PTrump’s support in Congress is growing just a smidgen? Or they are afraid of what he knows and can disclose on their nefarious dealings? Just hoping it’s more than what Bill Mitchell says below that Ryan is getting kicked out by his establishment buddies over the tax bill. Probably more complicated than just that.


  10. phoenixRising says:

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  12. JX says:

    After this week’s raid on Cohen I think we can add Rosenstein to this

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