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Trump fired him AFTER knowing that the story was going to break.  He lied before that saying he knew nothing about Flynn.  It also looks like the story that they fired Flynn because he lied to Pence is HS too.  Pence went on Sunday morning tv defending Flynn knowing he was lying.  It was only when the story was going to break that they tried to cover i all up and fire Flynn and come up with the HS story that he lied to Pence.

Boy, you are no patriot, are you?

Trump fired Flynn because Flynn made him look like an incompetent fool for not properly vetting him for both the campaign and the NSA appointment.

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Trump fired Flynn because Flynn made him look like an incompetent fool for not properly vetting him for both the campaign and the NSA appointment.

 

No, no no.  He fired him because he got caught.  They all knew what he was up to and were all guilty of the same practises.  You wait and see.

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No, no no.  He fired him because he got caught.  They all knew what he was up to and were all guilty of the same practises.  You wait and see.

t'aint nuthin' to wait and see for. there are no more woodward and bernsteins just biased schtootzes. :lol:

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t'aint nuthin' to wait and see for. there are no more woodward and bernsteins just biased schtootzes. :lol:

 

Journalists can only write and speak the truth, but it's the people who really get action.

 

Every seat in the house will be up for reelection in November 18. Every person who is running for Congress will not be able to dodge their constituents at that time.

 

If you think the constituency meetings are bombastic now, you just wait until fall 2018. At that point, if Trump is still president, they will be nuclear.

 

Trump may very well be the broom that cleans up the gerrymandered House.

 

People can be stupid and they can be fooled - -but it remains to be seen if even Trump supporters are crazy enough to go on supporting someone who is causing them lethal damage.

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People can be stupid and they can be fooled - -but it remains to be seen if even Trump supporters are crazy enough to go on supporting someone who is causing them lethal damage.

 

One woman who was facing death if Obamacare was taken away from her said they she vote for him again.  Do you really want supporters who are that stupid?

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One woman who was facing death if Obamacare was taken away from her said they she vote for him again.  Do you really want supporters who are that stupid?

 

yes, HE does!!

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Journalists can only write and speak the truth, but it's the people who really get action.

 

Every seat in the house will be up for reelection in November 18. Every person who is running for Congress will not be able to dodge their constituents at that time.

 

If you think the constituency meetings are bombastic now, you just wait until fall 2018. At that point, if Trump is still president, they will be nuclear.

 

Trump may very well be the broom that cleans up the gerrymandered House.

 

People can be stupid and they can be fooled - -but it remains to be seen if even Trump supporters are crazy enough to go on supporting someone who is causing them lethal damage.

The Trump supporters I know, even those who will be losing due to Republican and Trump policies, are adamantly in support of him and the Republican Party.  They are totally devoid of understanding economic reality.  Otherwise they never would have voted for Trump or the Tea Party or the House Freedom Caucus members to start with.

The factor that some don't see is that they do not know and do not care that they do not know.  The Republicans have capitalized on this for decades.

While I would love to see changes in Nov 2018, there are only about 20 or so House seats that are really up for grabs.  By then the Republicans will have convinced their voters about how great things are and how much better they are going to become.  The people who voted for them before will believe it, just as they always have.

 

The people who voted the Republicans into office don't show up for the town hall meetings.  No reason to, Trump and their representatives are in charge.  Even in months leading up to Nov 2018, they still won't show up much for the incumbents at debates, speeches, etc.

But they will show up on election today to reelect their GOPer.

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"Top House Intelligence Committee Democrat, ranking member, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) made an astute observative about the hack of French presidential candidate Macron’s emails and what it might say about the investigation in Russia and Donald Trump.

In a statement provided to PoliticusUSA, Rep. Schiff said:

 

"In our election, and because of the decentralization of our voting system, my gravest fear was not that the Russians would hack the actual voting machines. Most were not online and many have paper trails. Nonetheless, I continue to think that any voter registrar that doesn’t maintain a paper trail is guilty of negligence.

Instead, I worried about the Russians dumping forged documents among the real, or worse still, adding fake paragraphs into real emails. Imagine the impact on an election if hackers inserted false information into a real email that suggested illegality by a candidate, and then published the document. If this was done close to an election, there would be no opportunity to disprove the forgery and who would believe the victim even if they could?...."

 

- The fact that the MO was the same in both Clinton and Macron hacks connects some dots for members of Congress who are investigating the Russian interference to help Trump in the 2016 election.....

 

http://www.politicususa.com/2017/05/06/adam-schiff-putin-trumps-biggest-nightmare-macron-campaign-hack.html

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Journalists can only write and speak the truth, but it's the people who really get action.

 

Every seat in the house will be up for reelection in November 18. Every person who is running for Congress will not be able to dodge their constituents at that time.

 

If you think the constituency meetings are bombastic now, you just wait until fall 2018. At that point, if Trump is still president, they will be nuclear.

 

Trump may very well be the broom that cleans up the gerrymandered House.

 

People can be stupid and they can be fooled - -but it remains to be seen if even Trump supporters are crazy enough to go on supporting someone who is causing them lethal damage.

so what if the democrats got control of the house. how would their do nothingness with trump be any worse then the GOP's do nothingness with obama?

 

everyone's getting sick of this HS. get rid of pelosi and maybe trump could work with a democrat-controlled house. :P

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so what if the democrats got control of the house. how would their do nothingness with trump be any worse then the GOP's do nothingness with obama?

 

everyone's getting sick of this HS. get rid of pelosi and maybe trump could work with a democrat-controlled house. :P

 

Why worry about it?  They will get rid of Trump before long.

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Well Macron won French election with 65% of the vote, demonstrates  Russian hacking plays no role in the outcome.

dam if it doan. good point.

 

so whenever our msm people bring it up, donny & company will just answer with the qustion "well, then why didn't marine le pen win in france?

 

I told ya! this russian hack business is just to cover hillary's sorry asse after the election."

 

our media schtootzes will love that. :lol:

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Well Macron won French election with 65% of the vote, demonstrates  Russian hacking plays no role in the outcome.

 

They were alerted to it and hey, maybe the French are a helluva lot smarter than yer average Trump supporter.

Plus all that negative stuff about Clinton was already baked into the cake.  The Ruskies just amplified it and kept it current. They did not have the same advantage in the French election.

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Well Macron won French election with 65% of the vote, demonstrates Russian hacking plays no role in the outcome.

This proves nothing-- the French are not the Americans and the Americans are not the French--

 

2 different cultures and 2 different public education systems.

 

 

Critical and analytical thinking in an object manner, utilizing facts and evidence, are part of the French public education curriculum.

 

However, the French also had the advantage of seeing what Putin was capable of in the United States, so they had been forewarned, as well, in all fairness.

 

Vive La France!

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This proves nothing-- the French are not the Americans and the Americans are not the French--

 

2 different cultures and 2 different public education systems.

 

 

Critical and analytical thinking in an object manner, utilizing facts and evidence, are part of the French public education curriculum.

 

However, the French also had the advantage of seeing what Putin was capable of in the United States, so they had been forewarned, as well, in all fairness.

 

Vive La France!

Don't disagree with any of this.  But to my way of thinking, the biggest difference is two different political systems.  Nobody else has a system of government similar to the US.  50 strong states, electoral college, each state with two senators, two party system, etc.

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In addition to what I have already noted below the hack in France came much too late.  Just before the 24 hour news blackout and the press never printed the leaks.  This does not go toward proving anything about the Russian influence in the US election.  Wishful thinking on the part of Trump supporters.

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Don't disagree with any of this. But to my way of thinking, the biggest difference is two different political systems. Nobody else has a system of government similar to the US. 50 strong states, electoral college, each state with two senators, two party system, etc.

DeGaulle got rid of France's Electoral College type system to elect presidents with a referendum in 1962. He wisely foresaw just how such a system was dangerously undemocratic.

 

Since 1962 the French people have had the direct election of the president.

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I've learned the following, France is officially both a republic (i.e. not headed by hereditary “leaders”) and a democracy (citizens elect their government).  

 

 

The politics of France take place with the framework of a semi-presidential system determined by the French Constitution of the French Fifth Republic. The nation declares itself to be an "indivisible, secular, democratic, and social Republic".

 

The French people have spoken at the ballot box.

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I've learned the following, France is officially both a republic (i.e. not headed by hereditary “leaders”) and a democracy (citizens elect their government).

 

 

The politics of France take place with the framework of a semi-presidential system determined by the French Constitution of the French Fifth Republic. The nation declares itself to be an "indivisible, secular, democratic, and social Republic".

 

The French people have spoken at the ballot box.

 

The history of French politics in the nineteenth and twentieth century is so amazing. The French people have had monarchies, Empires and parliamentary democracies in the 19th century-- 3 republics, the restoration of the monarchy and 2 Emperors named Napoleon.

 

The 20th century brought a continuation of the 3rd Republic, dissolved into the collaborationist Vichy government of Nazi occupation, liberated by the Allies into the Fourth Republic, which was destroyed by the Algerian war and led to the current 5th Republic led by De Gaulle in 1958.

 

When the French say long live the republic, they are referring to the fact that they have had other forms of government in modern history and that the Republic, and all it stands for, is particularly dear to them.

 

The French are a resilient people.

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