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GOP madness Unbound...


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22 hours ago, Bogie56 said:

In other countries there would be more marches demanding that the government step down.

That only works in countries with parliamentary forms of government.  In the US, the government can't step down or call for new elections.  Have to wait for the ones every two years.

As noted though, there can be lots of marches and other activities in protest.  Which may be having an effect considering how many GOPers in the House are not running for re-election.

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Bill KristolVerified account @BillKristol 5h5 hours ago

 
 

When the history of Trump’s presidency (and impeachment?) is written, the Nunes memo will be a minor footnote.

When the history of the (temporary?) degradation of the Republican Party is written, the Nunes memo will be a significant moment.

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--the former anti-Russian, anti-Deficet, Law & Order Party...Got your tax breaks, killed the regulations...

What ELSE do you expect this BOZO to do for you??

& are you really willing to **** the country over this??

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2 minutes ago, mr6666 said:

The HillVerified account @thehill Feb 3

 

Social media torches Ryan for tweet praising $1.50 pay increase from GOP tax bill http://hill.cm/iDLXy6W 

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As a thank you for passing a $1 trillion corporate tax cut, Paul Ryan received $500,000 in campaign contributions from the Koch brothers, which would probably cover the cost of buying a Costco. https://twitter.com/PRyan/status/959831598412656640 

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13 hours ago, jakeem said:

How in Sam Hill did GOP leaders get to the point of choosing a two-bit treason rat like Carter Page as their hill to die on? I just don’t get it.

 

I think it started with: My goal is to make President Obama a one-term President. ( Mitch McConnell)

And it obviously went downhill from there.

 

#SAVE US!

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'Repulsive' campaign ad creates firestorm in Illinois

"A new ad that’s been denounced as anti-immigrant, “racist,” “sexist” and “transphobic,” is causing an uproar in Illinois, with leaders from both parties calling for its removal.

But Republican state Rep. Jeanne Ives, whose campaign produced the ad in her primary election challenge to Gov. Bruce Rauner, is refusing to pull the spot, saying it exposes Rauner’s “betrayal” of GOP voters.

 

The new ad mockingly thanks the governor for clearing a path in support of a series of social issues. Then it taps just about every conservative bogeyman in Illinois politics, and every lightning-rod cultural issue....

https://www.politico.com/story/2018/02/04/illinois-ives-rauner-campaign-ad-389790

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Business InsiderVerified account @businessinsider

 

A Holocaust denier and former Nazi Party leader is poised to become the Republican nominee for Congress in Illinois http://read.bi/2E57St7 

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Robert ReichVerified account @RBReich 5h5 hours ago

 
 

Robert Reich Retweeted Business Insider

The terrifying thing isn’t that a neo-Nazi is running for Congress as a Republican.

It’s that the GOP didn’t see fit to run anyone against him, so he is certain to be the Republican candidate.

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On 2/2/2018 at 3:18 PM, mr6666 said:

Bill KristolVerified account @BillKristol 5h5 hours ago

 
 

When the history of Trump’s presidency (and impeachment?) is written, the Nunes memo will be a minor footnote.

When the history of the (temporary?) degradation of the Republican Party is written, the Nunes memo will be a significant moment.

:unsure:

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--the former anti-Russian, anti-Deficet, Law & Order Party...Got your tax breaks, killed the regulations...

What ELSE do you expect this BOZO to do for you??

& are you really willing to **** the country over this??

:blink:

oh **** kristol. :D

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1 hour ago, mr6666 said:

Brian Krassenstein? @krassenstein 2h2 hours ago

 
 

This is Utah Republican Rep. Jon Stanard He voted for tougher penalties for prostitution.

He has just resigned amid allegations that he used taxpayer money to pay for hotel rooms with a prostitute.

It would really be a shame if everyone RETWEETED this picture of him.

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And I always thought Republicans were dull.

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On 2/5/2018 at 6:13 PM, mr6666 said:

Business InsiderVerified account @businessinsider

 

A Holocaust denier and former Nazi Party leader is poised to become the Republican nominee for Congress in Illinois http://read.bi/2E57St7 

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Robert ReichVerified account @RBReich 5h5 hours ago

 
 

Robert Reich Retweeted Business Insider

The terrifying thing isn’t that a neo-Nazi is running for Congress as a Republican.

It’s that the GOP didn’t see fit to run anyone against him, so he is certain to be the Republican candidate.

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Do you think he can get Roy Moore to campaign for him?

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"Republicans will never do anything on gun control," says former GOP Rep. David Jolly. "The idea of gun policy in the Republican party is to try to get a speaking slot at the NRA and prove to that constituency that you are further right"

He us correct, but neither will Dems. who live in districts or states or counties where gun owners have significant influence.

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2 hours ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

Wrong again.   They know who votes for them.    This concept is called democracy.

 

 

Democracy of the "poorly educated" masses swayed by lies and false promises from corporate interests maybe. 

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50 minutes ago, jakeem said:

On May 4, 2017, all of these men gleefully celebrated passing a bill that would have taken mental health care from millions of Americans. Today, these same men blamed mental illness for gun violence.

 

drumpf's GOP

 

 

October 1st 2017

*Las Vegas country music concert Shooting --

58 Dead-- most directly shot in the head---

Accused, deranged middle-aged American white man

 

 

November 5th 2017

** Texas Church Shooting--

26 Dead-- 9 from 1 family--

Accused, domestic violence abusing Young American white man

 

 

 

February 15th 2018

*** South Florida High School Shooting

--17 Dead--

Accused, 19 year-old alleged American white supremacist

 

 

*Semi-automatic weapons and the deranged

 

 

 

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49 minutes ago, jakeem said:

On May 4, 2017, all of these men gleefully celebrated passing a bill that would have taken mental health care from millions of Americans. Today, these same men blamed mental illness for gun violence.

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Blood on those self-congratulating GOP Clapping Hands

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