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Trump - the Week That Was


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#1 Bogie56

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Posted 20 June 2017 - 10:55 AM


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#2 Bogie56

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Posted 17 June 2017 - 10:13 AM


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Posted 03 June 2017 - 06:02 PM

It's clearly one of two things or both ... he was too much of a coward to declare he was dropping out of the Paris Accord before his trip to Europe and too much of a coward to say whether he believes in man-made climate change OR he is lying to the world.  I say it is both.


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Posted 03 June 2017 - 05:11 PM

Trump has displayed incredible cowardice (or typical Trump behavior) in that he will not even answer a basic question posed to him by the America public - do you believe in climate change and is man partially responsible for it.

None of his surrogates would answer it either (fear of the boss, meaning Bannon) that is until Nikki Haley (women!) told Jake Tapper today that Trump does believe in it (or whatever else is written down on the paper in front of him).  So, what about all that BS about it being a Chinese hoax ("I'm hearing things, a lot of people are saying...") ?  The man is an utter buffoon (yes) who either doesn't know a bloody thing (Yes!) or cannot be caught out in his pathological lies (YES!!!).  Is he in hiding (golfing, naturally)?  And he's in charge of America (would some other country vote for that jackass?)?  My God (He gave up a while ago).  Sad (but true)!


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Posted 03 June 2017 - 05:02 PM

Trump has displayed incredible cowardice in that he will not even answer a basic question posed to him by the America public - do you believe in climate change and is man partially responsible for it.

None of his surrogates would answer it either that is until Nikki Haley told Jake Tapper today that Trump does believe in it.  So, what about all that BS about it being a Chinese hoax?  The man is an utter buffoon who either doesn't know a bloody thing or cannot be caught out in his pathological lies.  Is he in hiding?  And he's in charge of America?  My God.  Sad!


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Posted 29 May 2017 - 09:25 AM

he is back

 

Trump the Legend!

 

Trump the Man!

 

Trump the Juggernaut!...

 

HE'S BACK!

 

with half a heart and ALL THE GUTS IN THE WORLD HE'S BACK!!!

 

:D 

 

"I am back" -the warden, Riot

 

 

the power of Good is timeless....


"okay, so we're moving right along, folks" -al pacino, dog day afternoon


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Posted 29 May 2017 - 09:21 AM

Every Friday for the past few weeks there has been some new bombshell that has outdone the last.  How far away can we be from something completely damning?

With the Republicans in control of both houses of Congress?  A long, long, long way - maybe 8 years.

 

Remember, when Nixon was thretened with possible impeachment, the Democrats controlled both the House and the Senate.  The Republican leadership convinced him to resign to avoid the embarrassment they would have to endure and defending votes against impeachment and conviction.



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Posted 28 May 2017 - 09:20 PM

Every Friday for the past few weeks there has been some new bombshell that has outdone the last.  How far away can we be from something completely damning?


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Posted 16 May 2017 - 05:54 PM

I'm just a light-hearted guy who doan take himself too seriously, Arturo.
 
if someone who disagrees with me laughs at my posts, I'm happy. :)


I too am a light-hearted guy. But your buffoon of a president is too scary a proposition to cover up his truly scary recklessness with mirth.
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Posted 16 May 2017 - 05:22 PM

You keep thinking it was about the last election. But there has been testimony that the Trump transition team had been warned about Flynn's contact with the Russians before Trump was sworn in. So as the leader of Trump's transition team, Pence had to know about this. So HE lied when he said that Flynn never had the conversations with the Russians, but was used as the excuse for firing Flynn, insofar as Flynn supposedly lied to him, when they could no longer continue the lie. But Pence knew all along. So he is part of the cover up story, and by extension, the obstruction of justice.

Can anyone spell Spiro Agnew?

 

 

I can spell it.


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Posted 16 May 2017 - 05:02 PM

Thank you for your intelligent response. I see you choose not to furrow your brow to think about the true nature of Donnie and co.

I'm just a light-hearted guy who doan take himself too seriously, Arturo.

 

if someone who disagrees with me laughs at my posts, I'm happy. :)


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Posted 16 May 2017 - 03:57 PM

That would make Satan's little boy Paul Ryan the next president.

Pence or Ryan--You be the judge.

Wouldn't vote for either one.  However, Pence does understand how politics and the government work.  Ryan is more amenable to compromise than many in the House.  In his own way, Ryan is opposed to the extremism of the House Freedom Caucus (what a misnomer).

I guess the question is:  Which is better, a competent, experienced very conservative president or the ding-bat we now have?

 

Also, if Pence were to go first, the Trump could nominate a new Veep to be approved by the Senate.  So Ryan would be out.


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Posted 16 May 2017 - 03:40 PM

ah horse radish! :D


Thank you for your intelligent response. I see you choose not to furrow your brow to think about the true nature of Donnie and co.

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Posted 16 May 2017 - 03:38 PM

That would make Satan's little boy Paul Ryan the next president.
Pence or Ryan--You be the judge.


Horrible choices...but both preferable to that petulant manchild in his 70s.
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Posted 16 May 2017 - 03:35 PM

If Pence has been lying to Congress and the American public about the Trump collusion with the Russians and is now obstructing justice then that is hardly about the last election. That crutch of yours is giving way.


That would make Satan's little boy Paul Ryan the next president.

Pence or Ryan--You be the judge.

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Posted 16 May 2017 - 01:23 PM

You keep thinking it was about the last election. But there has been testimony that the Trump transition team had been warned about Flynn's contact with the Russians before Trump was sworn in. So as the leader of Trump's transition team, Pence had to know about this. So HE lied when he said that Flynn never had the conversations with the Russians, but was used as the excuse for firing Flynn, insofar as Flynn supposedly lied to him, when they could no longer continue the lie. But Pence knew all along. So he is part of the cover up story, and by extension, the obstruction of justice.

Can anyone spell Spiro Agnew?

ah horse radish! :D 


"okay, so we're moving right along, folks" -al pacino, dog day afternoon


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Posted 16 May 2017 - 01:00 PM

this is what is going to cause the democrats to likely come up with an empty sack...ideologically impelled greed!
 
I knew that targeting pence BS was coming. :angry: 
 
when The GOP sees that it's all about overturning the last election even mccain, graham and rubio will tell them to go bleep themselves. :lol:


You keep thinking it was about the last election. But there has been testimony that the Trump transition team had been warned about Flynn's contact with the Russians before Trump was sworn in. So as the leader of Trump's transition team, Pence had to know about this. So HE lied when he said that Flynn never had the conversations with the Russians, but was used as the excuse for firing Flynn, insofar as Flynn supposedly lied to him, when they could no longer continue the lie. But Pence knew all along. So he is part of the cover up story, and by extension, the obstruction of justice.

Can anyone spell Spiro Agnew?
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Posted 15 May 2017 - 09:23 AM

this is what is going to cause the democrats to likely come up with an empty sack...ideologically impelled greed!

 

I knew that targeting pence BS was coming. :angry: 

 

when The GOP sees that it's all about overturning the last election even mccain, graham and rubio will tell them to go bleep themselves. :lol:

 

If Pence has been lying to Congress and the American public about the Trump collusion with the Russians and is now obstructing justice then that is hardly about the last election.  That crutch of yours is giving way.


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Posted 15 May 2017 - 08:35 AM

Allan Lichtman author of the new book The Case For Impeachment was on CNN yesterday and said that there is also be a case for impeaching Mike Pence as he has blatantly lied about the reasons for firing Comey and is part of the obstruction of justice program emanating from the WH.  He also believes as do I that Pence was well aware of the content of Mike Flynn's contact with the Russians and that the story that the VP was lied to is just HS.  He thinks impeachment of Trump is preferable to a special investigator because the latter could take up to 6 years as did the Iran Contra case.

A legal professor from Duke University on CNN this morning said that Trump is guilty of trying to intimidate a witness in his investigation.  Comey is now a witness.  He added that even if the tapes do not exist mentioning them as a possibility is intimidation of a witness which is a CRIME.

I was looking for the impeachment thread but couldn't find it.

this is what is going to cause the democrats to likely come up with an empty sack...ideologically impelled greed!

 

I knew that targeting pence BS was coming. :angry: 

 

when The GOP sees that it's all about overturning the last election even mccain, graham and rubio will tell them to go bleep themselves. :lol:


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Posted 15 May 2017 - 07:37 AM

Allan Lichtman author of the new book The Case For Impeachment was on CNN yesterday and said that there is also be a case for impeaching Mike Pence as he has blatantly lied about the reasons for firing Comey and is part of the obstruction of justice program emanating from the WH.  He also believes as do I that Pence was well aware of the content of Mike Flynn's contact with the Russians and that the story that the VP was lied to is just HS.  He thinks impeachment of Trump is preferable to a special investigator because the latter could take up to 6 years as did the Iran Contra case.

A legal professor from Duke University on CNN this morning said that Trump is guilty of trying to intimidate a witness in his investigation.  Comey is now a witness.  He added that even if the tapes do not exist mentioning them as a possibility is intimidation of a witness which is a CRIME.

I was looking for the impeachment thread but couldn't find it.


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