September 11th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #965

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545 Responses to September 11th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #965

  1. ilcon says:

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    • Ben Shapiro’s attitude is indicative of what has kept us in “useless, but lucrative” wars – none of them “declared,” therefore not subject to the intended Constitutional controls. To them, “hawkish” is synonymous with “tough,” and diplomacy is “weak.”

      And, what’s driving them all crazy now is that Trump’s unique approaches are working. Theirs never did.

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      • Zimbalistjunior says:

        To Ben’s credit, he does shift his opinion pretty quickly once he realizes he is wrong. He has had to do so numerous times over the past three plus years.

        The curious fact is that he fails to realize that this happens continuously and that every anti trump story turns out to be fraud.

        I don’t think Ben means bad. And overall I still think he’s a net positive. But Jesus how many times already can you be proven wrong before realizing you’ve been had.

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  2. dogsmaw says:

    Heh, new campaign slogans from Dems are going to really gain a win 😛

    Vote 4 me and I’ll raise your taxes

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    • ann says:

      Funny that, NEVER cut goodies for DNC pet clients.

      Desperate No-good Clingers will do literally anything to preserve their thrones

      Lubbers that beg to come aboard
      Go on a cruise.
      No regard for safety
      &
      No desire to learn
      Cant coil a line
      or set sail

      First Bit of weather,
      Lose their heads
      Scurry down the hatch
      Panic &
      Pester the skipper

      Put em ashore!

      Lying Pickpockets

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Only an idiot would run on a platform of tax hikes.

      Dangerous clowns.

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  3. Dora says:

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  4. dogsmaw says:

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  5. dogsmaw says:

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    • Ma McGriz says:

      To see that we’ve entered an age in which they need to be told is quite telling and unsettling.

      Those who can’t be reasoned with eventually have to be dealt with. This is apparently what they’re trying to provoke. They want to scream victimhood. It’s all they know.

      We’re looking at some serious lowest common-denominator ignorance and pandering by the left, and so far most of their prospective candidates have behaved disgracefully.

      Fortunately, more and more Americans wising up and the country is growing weary of it.

      “We’ll see what happens…”

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  6. dogsmaw says:

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  7. dogsmaw says:

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    • thesavvyinvester says:

      Let me translate, we have internal polling data, that says Pelosi/Schumer/our candidate better sign something/agree too a bill that is at least centrist or will get shilacted worse than McCain if he picked Lieberman for his VP….

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  8. youme says:

    FOIA requested redacted cable sent from the United States Embassy in Ottawa to the U.S. Secretary of State on March 6, 2017.

    It quotes Trudeau’s mandate letter to Chrystia Freeland. This explains how the United States managed to convince Canada to arrest and detain Huawei’s Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou for extradition on December 1, 2018.

    https://foia.state.gov/Search/results.aspx?searchText=Canada+adopts+America+first&beginDate=&endDate=&publishedBeginDate=&publishedEndDate=&caseNumber=

    Trudeau’s mandate to Freeland: ( Chrystia Freeland was appointed as Minister of Foreign Affairs on January 10, 2017 )

    In part: “”Maintain constructive relations with the United States, Canada’s closest ally and most important economic and security partner, and lead efforts to deepen trade and commerce between our two countries.”

    https://pm.gc.ca/en/mandate-letters/minister-foreign-affairs-mandate-letter

    Some background on Freeland:

    01 MAR 2010

    New York – Reuters today announced the appointment of Chrystia Freeland, US managing editor, Financial Times, to the newly created role of global editor-at-large. Freeland, who will be based in New York, will report to David Schlesinger, editor-in-chief, Reuters, and will serve as a member of his team responsible for planning and implementing Reuters editorial strategy.

    https://web.archive.org/web/20100304063037/http://thomsonreuters.com/content/press_room/media/2010_03_01_chrystia_freeland

    Freeland on George Soros

    https://foreignpolicy.com/2012/11/26/the-imperfect-world-of-george-soros/

    Freeland interviews George Soros

    https://www.reuters.com/video/2012/01/24/george-soross-secret-for-saving-europe-f?videoId=229085599

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    • MaineCoon says:

      ”Maintain constructive relations with the United States, Canada’s closest ally and most important economic and security partner, and lead efforts to deepen trade and commerce between our two countries.”

      This might be Trudeau’s biggest failure as he has conspired with Pelosi to NOT pass USMCA.

      Hopefully, he won’t be re-elected and he can take Freeland with him.

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  9. ilcon says:

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    • Ma McGriz says:

      Thanks for this post, ilcon.

      For folks who have twitter accounts, this is gold. Please re-tweet far and wide.

      Likewise, folks who don’t have titter accounts can send the link to everyone they know, but especially to their contacts with twitter accounts. Let’s put as many eyeballs on it as possible.

      The left are choking with rage and resentment at having to air this, and the last thing they want is mainstream America tuning in to the story.

      I suspect America isn’t gonna surrender Boston like it did Detroit.

      Hopefully this will get re-tweeted so far and wide that the right someone will see it and cause a mobile dental clinic to come in and help meet other important and obviously unmet health needs in that community.

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    • ann says:

      Illinois,
      So inspiring, and also sparked a brainstorm.

      , our business has cherry picker type lifts, forklifts, huge trucks, tools, protective gear etc.
      We could do this in my city. I’ll try to locate a regional MAGA group.

      Young people in walk away t shirts, but this shows the grass roots nonpartisan issues that inspire people to support POTUS’s big agenda,

      PS. there’s a second video on this thread that is even better, I tried to post below but isn’t working.
      Can you post it?

      Like

  10. dogsmaw says:

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  11. sunnyflower5 says:

    https://www.tallahassee.com/story/news/2019/09/11/tallahassee-florida-stabbing-dyke-industries-what-we-know-updates-victims/2285409001/

    Family members gathered behind the police line Wednesday morning and shared stories of the terror that unfolded inside the business.

    Marquitta Campbell’s husband Bobby Riggins Jr. arrived for a job interview at Dyke Industries Inc. at about 8:30 a.m. She said she was on the phone with him and heard a commotion. He then told her he’d been stabbed.

    “The next thing I know, he said, ‘Baby, I’ve been stabbed five times,’” Campbell said on the scene as she waited for answers. “‘I’ve been stabbed.’”

    Ellen Mospens was also at the scene waiting to be reunited with her husband Dennis McMaster, who also works at the business.

    She said he was not injured but texted her that there had been a “massive stabbing. Come get me,” early Wednesday morning.

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    • Ma McGriz says:

      sunny: Went looking for the followup story….nothing as yet.
      Granted, this is a * ~special~ * day and authorities are all in full caution mode, but they’ve got this guy in custody and all the eye witnesses they need to know what occurred, so why no identification of the suspect?
      Maybe I’m just being impatient and they’re processing him in and protecting the case, but these days it always raises some flags when suspect identities are withheld…even when it is a day of great significance.

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  12. Sherri Young says:

    Rep. Louie Gohmert, a huge supporter of President Trump, was on a Dallas talk radio program earlier this morning. During that interview, he discussed the situation in Afghanistan. He said that the violence continues because of the constitution we imposed on that country. Under this constitution, the president is elected. Then the president gets to appoint all of the governors, heads of agencies, higher level educators, essentially everyone in a favored position in government. Basically, we have forced a dictatorship onto an aggregation of people living in their tribal areas.

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      If true, and I have no reason to doubt Louie knows whereof he speaks, whoever did that either a) was a heartless, bloodthirsty megalomaniac who wanted endless war, or b) was an utter fool who had no knowledge of the culture of Central Asia at all.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Sherri Young says:

        I’ll go for option B even though Cheney and the neocons were involved.

        A strongman with an orderly hierarchy may have sounded like a good, quick solution at the time. Why anyone would attempt such a thing despite the foreknowledge of the tribalism and corruption defies reason.

        Did not work out so well, did it?

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    • rashomon says:

      Someday someone in our government is going to acknowledge that there are areas of the world that are consist of dozens, often hundreds of tribes who have been squabbling for ages and will never unite as a nation under one leader, not to mention a constitution that allows for individual freedoms.

      Heck, how long has Europe, a supposedly enlightened group, been fighting over fiefdoms? Double heck, how long has the U.S.A., a mere teenager in comparison to other nations, been arguing over states’ rights and the size of government control over its citizens?

      War is nothing but an excuse for realignment of assets while those who produce and lend the arms and manpower at usury rates benefit from egging on BOTH (or all) sides of the conflicts so they remain in constant warfare. No wonder Howard Zinn rewrote the history taught in U,S. schools. The truth would have made all the 18-year-olds decline the fight unless they were Manchurian Candidated. No players, no game.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        Louie Gohmert contends that Afghanistan would do much better under federalism. The tribes need to be represented.

        As far as war goes, be darned sure of the mission before going in, have recognizable goals, have an exit plan, then leave.

        I recommend watching this video from 44:55 to 47:47 for a former SEAL’s remarks.

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  13. sunnyflower5 says:

    On 9/10/19, Congress members spent the day marking up a bill to disarm citizens…..

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  14. ilcon says:

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  15. Zippy says:

    China may help Taliban boost opium exports

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      China–the gift that keeps on giving. First massive amounts of fentanyl and now it will be heroin. I HATE HATE SUPER HATE China.

      Teach your babies that drugs are a stealth weapon used by evil Chinese Red Communists to steal their God-given creativity and drive. Teach them early and often. Teach them going out and coming in. The ChiComs hate them. The ChiComs want to neutralize them. The ChiComs want them dead. If the ChiComs can cause the Western babies to self-inflict the deadly wound, even better…it’s a plan so “inscrutable”, so F-U ManChu. SPIT!

      Then show them some documentaries on how the ChiComs treat their home-grown dissidents and how they are treating the HK people. That should warn the American kids off drugs and Communism for a generation!

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    • willthesuevi says:

      I think China is going to spend itself into the toilet. Not saying they are not dangerous, but they are overextending internationally like Russia and Japan both did, and lost. Like we have been trying to do and thankfully President Trump is bringing us back from the brink.

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  16. Tparty says:

    It seems the 9-11 coverup is a permanent example of the despicable fakenews establishment …

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  17. Troublemaker10 says:

    I am not posting this as a recommended view as it is over an hour long….just posting in case someone is interested. This is the back and forth between Ted Cruz and Allysa Milano’s group. There isn’t even any real policy discussion til after 20 minutes (they are lecturing him before that and he respectfully listens).

    It ended up a pretty civil exchange as time went on. Cruz made his main points very well re the heart of the matter re gun issues. He got his point across that consfigating guns from law abiding citizens does nothing to prevent gun violence, that guns save lives, that extending background checks to private sales/gifts (father/son or friends, etc) would do nothing, etc. When they denied they wanted guns consficated he stressed by examples how the top three Dem candidates are campaigning on gun registration and consficating guns.

    Of interest is that he tries to bring them on board to support his Grassley/Cruz gun safety bill that was rejected by Harry Reid which he is trying to bring back up. It would be interesting, for sure, if they got behind it .

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  18. Tiffthis says:

    Saw the most disturbing bumper sticker this morning in SoCal, it read:
    When fascism comes to America it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying a cross- Sinclair Lewis. I knew that guy hated capitalism, but jeez.

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  19. dogsmaw says:

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  20. ilcon says:

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  21. ilcon says:

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  22. sunnyflower5 says:

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  23. Troublemaker10 says:

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  24. Troublemaker10 says:

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  25. KnowSERENoFear says:

    http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/current_events/immigration/september_2019/most_still_oppose_driver_s_licenses_for_illegal_immigrants

    FTA: “A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 35% of Likely U.S. Voters now believe illegal immigrants should be eligible for driver’s licenses in their state. That’s up from 28% two years ago and the highest finding in surveys since 2007. Fifty-seven percent (57%) still oppose making illegal immigrants eligible for licenses where they live, but that’s down from 77% 12 years ago.”

    As, IMHO, a hilarious unintended consequence of the 13 states that give licenses to illegals…their state ID’s are NOT recognized by federal authorities. A liberal family member was unable to attend her granddaughter’s baptism on an Air Force base because she had a WA DL that is NOT federally recognized. AND THEN, when she tried to fly home, TSA would not allow her to fly using this same ID. SHE WAS PI$$ED. OH WELL!!! I took GREAT pleasure in consoling her that at least illegal aliens can drive legally in her state.

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  26. ilcon says:

    Read it.

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  27. ilcon says:

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  28. WeThePeople2016 says:

    WSJ writes scathing op-ed about POTUS firing Bolton and says that POTUS is getting more “isolated” with his firings. When I flip channel to FOX, they have on guest after guest pushing this narrative trashing Trump. Disgusting.

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    • ilcon says:

      Murdoch

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    • sunnyflower5 says:

      Let’s see, the President has team. One member is being replaced.
      All meetings with other countries are still set to go.
      Nope, nothing isolated.

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    • rcogburn says:

      NYT also. Looks like the new narrative is out.

      “A President Unplugged.”
      “President Trump is now free to command his foreign policy after dumping John R. Bolton, the last major internal counterweight to his dealings with North Korea, Russia and the Taliban.”

      Yesterday, Bolton was a vile right wing warmonger. Today, he is a patriot who protected America from Trump.

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      • gda53 says:

        When and why did he appoint Bolton? In the midst of the Russia Russia hoax thingy he needed to show he was tough on Russia and he needed a NSA with experience. He also actually WANTS to hear different viewpoints (unlike other POTUSs). There was not a huge field to choose from at the time. Remember, he was about to be exposed as a Russian agent according to 90% of the talking heads.

        Hence, Bolton.

        Now the Russia thingy is debunked he no longer needs Bolton, and Bolton obviously pissed him off once too often.

        Hence, no more Bolton.

        A healthy sign that he does not need to pander to anyone anymore.

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        • rcogburn says:

          PDJT has plenty of experience hiring, firing, and managing executives who work for him.

          Bolton served a purpose, or many purposes, until he didn’t. I also suspect Bolton sees the NSA job as much more powerful (like Condoleeza Rice) than his boss does.

          Meanwhile, much fun watching the MSM narrative machine turn one of their most despised villains into a fallen hero of the resistance. If only Bolton will start tweeting pictures of himself staring up at trees —

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      • ann says:

        Bolton makes a good wingman in certain situations.

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  29. Johnny Boost says:

    Today marks an important three year anniversary.

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  30. SHV says:

    A rather convoluted and not well expressed thought but the Flynn/Powell and Sept. 11 posts reinforces in my mind how the corrupt Uni-Party, Bureaucratic State cynically capitalized and dishonored the deaths of ~3000 people with the “Patriot Act”, “Homeland Security”, expanding FISA and the Surveillance State, etc.

    I remember at the time, the constant drum beat of “be afraid”, The Job of Gov’t is to protect you, (just need to give up a few liberties), etc. and the worst, to my mind was Pres. Bush constantly talking about his most important job was protecting the American People..(I thought at the time, BS, your most important job is to Protect and Defend the Constitution)…At the time there was very little push back, Russ Feingold comes to mind and criticism of Patriot Act was met with “supporting terrorism”, “traitor”, etc……Well the persecution of Gen.Flynn exposes the true threat to the American People and it not “terrorists”.

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  31. Zippy says:

    Oil Tumbles On Report Trump Discussed Easing Iran Sanctions, Leading To Bolton Eruption And Subsequent Termination
    11 Sep 2019

    https://www.zerohedge.com/energy/oil-prices-plunge-after-trump-iran-sanctions-headlines

    As Bloomberg reports, President Trump discussed easing sanctions on Iran to help secure a meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani later this month, prompting now former National Security Advisor John Bolton to erupt, and “argue forcefully” against such a step, according to the report.

    More notably, there already was support for de-escalation of sanctions with Iran, because during the Monday Oval Office meeting, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin voiced his support for the move as a way to restart negotiations with Iran, the Bloomberg sources said. At this point, Bolton exploded.

    “Bolton made sure to block any and all avenues for diplomacy w/ Iran, including a plan being brokered by Macron,” Suzanne DiMaggio, a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, said on Twitter.

    “The French are offering Trump a facing-saving way out of a mess of his creation. He should grab it.”

    ———

    NO, HE SHOULD NOT!

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  32. ilcon says:

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    • Ma McGriz says:

      “One proposal came from U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, a pro-abortion Democrat from Washington state, who wants to repeal the new Title X rule that defunded Planned Parenthood of about $60 million, the report states.

      Republican leaders told Politico that her proposal is a “poison pill,” and Susan B. Anthony List President Marjorie Dannenfelser accused Senate Democrat leaders of reneging on their bipartisan budget agreement from last month. ”
      ~~
      ” As a result, Senate Appropriations Chairman Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) abruptly canceled a subcommittee markup for the Labor-HHS-Education measure. Any work on the bill will be postponed until both sides can hash out what constitutes a “poison pill,” the aide said. The full committee is still scheduled to consider the bill on Thursday.

      “Title X has always had strong bipartisan support, so I’m unclear why they fear voting on it now,” Murray told POLITICO. ”

      This woman is truly scary.

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      • ann says:

        Ugh. Murray occupies my Senator seat.

        This Uniparty hack restricts her dialogue to only a select caste of narrow interest & pressure groups.

        Back in the day before Twitter found my algorithms unacceptable, I could read ( and interject sarcastistic comments) her twitter thread.

        Never seen such effete First Worlder whiners.

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  33. Zippy says:

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  34. ilcon says:

    Barry, Brennan, Comey, Clapper, Rice, Power, and Guthrie…

    Are Russian.

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    • ann says:

      Not a Condi fan ( Vulcanist foreign policy”)

      BUT Condi gets fed up.🤦🏽‍♀️

      NBC drone “Russia stole the election from Hillary” .posit. Yada Yada,
      😿 “ Do you think election interference actually elected Donald Trump?” 🧚🏽‍♀️

      The Condi Hammer: 👩🏽‍⚖️
      “I don’t think there is any evidence of that, and . I don’t think that’s a good conversation to have!”. 💥

      “I think that really does devalue the people who felt (are) disadvantaged by globalisation who voted …to bring change,”💥

      The question we SHOULD be asking is “Are we going to be responsive!.” 💥

      That’s really the question we should be asking!”💥

      ❤️🇺🇸

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      • Ma McGriz says:

        Good one.
        I’ve warmed a little to Ms. Condi recently after hearing some of her remarks on race issues.
        Seeing this makes me smile and feel grateful to her for speaking simple truth and sanity to the totally bumfuzzled media…and I use the term generously.

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  35. Carrie says:

    A real setback for No Deal and the U.K. Boris Johnson refuses to join up with Nigel Farage to help push through No Deal. I was worried we couldn’t trust Boris because he originally voted in favor of May’s disastrous deal with the EU!!

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7452187/Boris-Johnson-launches-extraordinary-attack-not-fit-proper-Nigel-Farage.html

    Like

    • gda53 says:

      I don’t see anywhere in that article where Boris himself rules out some form of partnership.

      It’s all the toffee-nosed boffins in the Conservative Party huffing and puffing with the very thought that the hated Nigel Farage could be allowed into “polite company”.

      Ignore the fluff. Boris will do whatever he must to pass Brexit. But he’s not going to deal with Nigel unless and until he absolutely has to.

      Why let a potentially dangerous rival in unless it’s absolutely necessary to achieve your aims?

      Too early yet.

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  36. ilcon says:

    You old white supremacist commie, where’s your legislation to tax DC at 100,000,000.00%, so YOU and only YOU pay?

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    • rozelave says:

      so doctors and hospitals will charge nothing for childbirth with Medicare?

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    • brickman45 says:

      There will be no births with mandated Climate Change Abortions. Ole Bernie would prefer all of our babies to die.

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    • Greg1 says:

      What in THEEEE world makes the “average cost of childbirth in the United States” come out to be $32,000???

      I’m not buying that statistic. Granted, it’s undoubtedly outrageously high, but seriously, $32,000???

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      • ann says:

        Greg, Yes it can easily be more. Other than home birth w private midwife
        OB’s malpractice Insurance rates are sky high.

        And add on the burden of practicing defensive medicine,
        remedial legislation dies in vitro by our sell out Congressional Profiteering Club. Who are delighted recipients of hefty donations by Trial Lawyers Asso, class action industry.

        This figure is likely averaged out.

        We Only had 2, by C sections, quite a while ago and it was over 58k each.

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        • Greg1 says:

          Wow! We also only had two, also quite awhile ago, but with no complications or C sections. If I recall right, 20 years ago, here in Kentucky, it was around $4,000 for our last child, and that was total cost. I have good insurance, our cost was around $400.

          Mind boggling that the average cost is $32,000!

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Bernie forgot to mention the monthly premiums of $200/month per person and that 5-10% income tax taken out each month per pay check. AVG cost of child birth is more than $32,000 just the costs are paid by “other means”.

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  37. sunnyflower5 says:

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  38. ilcon says:

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  39. ilcon says:

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    • Zippy says:

      “China is begging for a deal.”

      Oh, bologna. They DO NOT COMPLY with EXISTING “deals.” The Chicom 0.1% are effectively an organized crime family. The only FIX is to push China’s economy over the edge and bring about the only thing those totalitarian fatcats fear – mainland revolt.

      Like

    • Kintbury says:

      As China has devalued its currency, the cost of the item imported is less. The tariff is on the wholesale price, not retail. Could someone explain to Matt, I am not on twitter even though I get so frustrated, just cannot do it. My cat could understand this.

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  40. ilcon says:

    Prog from Mn.

    Scroll up.

    Schooled

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  41. gsonFIT says:

    So “no fault” Nadler want to Impeach President Trump and take away 10 million plus guns.
    Brilliant!

    Liked by 1 person

  42. carterzest says:

    So, this is pretty amazing!
    Do you see the back of her dress? The slit in her coat is like a tower and the out explosion is the button! No plane.

    Liked by 1 person

  43. ilcon says:

    The teleprompter reader is a D member of KKK. And he is also claiming his Jihadi friends, Boston, San Bernardino, Orlando are also right wing.

    Anybody help me understand this white supremacist?

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  44. ilcon says:

    Excerpt
    “It notes there were 27.4 million uninsured Americans in 2017” Sound familiar?

    Barrycare didn’t work. I don’t think union members are as dumb as the C pres. candidates think they are.

    Liked by 1 person

  45. ilcon says:

    Duke of Nukem is a p*ssy.

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