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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 8:54:39pm

Speaking of vaccines, Kapersky Labs says on analysing the current ransomware outbreak, it appears to be different than the last one, despite superficial similarities.

bbc.com

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:01:19pm

denverpost.com

Koch Brothers Warn Trump Against Failed Cannabis Fight

COLORADO SPRINGS — The Trump administration’s tough talk on marijuana is creating an unusual alliance: pot smokers and the conservative Koch political network.

Mark Holden, one of the influential network’s top leaders, decried President Donald Trump’s administration for returning to the “harsh sentencing era of the war on drugs.”

“You are never going to win the war on drugs. Drugs won,” he told reporters as the network opened a three-day retreat Saturday at The Broadmoor resort in Colorado Springs.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ directive to re-evaluate marijuana policies is a particular problem. Even though it remains a federal crime to possess and use marijuana, he said, “it’s legal in a number of states, so we have to come to grips with that somehow.”

(more at the Denver Post)

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jaunte  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:06:24pm

GOP donor class threatening to take their money and go home.

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:09:53pm

Baby steps here in this conservative stronghold:

ACLU Tour Introduces Panhandle Residents to Their Trans Neighbors (goes to the Scottsbluff, NE Star-Herald, more at the link):

Imagine not feeling at home in your own skin.

For those who’ve never experienced gender dysphoria — the feeling of disconnect between one’s emotional and psychological identity and their biological sex — that concept can be difficult to grasp.

Since the census doesn’t ask about an individual’s trans status, there’s no detailed hard data regarding the number of transgender people who currently live in Nebraska, However, an estimated 60,000 LGBT individuals reside in the Cornhusker state.

“That’s equal to our state’s third largest city,” ACLU Nebraska Communications Director Tyler Richard said. “This is a reasonable-sized group of people. It’s worth our schools, it’s worth our health care industry, it’s worth our workplaces — thinking about what are we going to do to make this a welcoming, inclusive state and place for transgender Nebraskans.”

Panhandle Equality partnered with ACLU Nebraska, a Lincoln-based nonpartisan civil liberties organization, to present the first night of the Transgender Voices Tour on Monday evening at the Panhandle Research and Extension Center.

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JordanRules  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:12:53pm
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HappyWarrior  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:12:55pm

re: #4 Anymouse 🌹

Baby steps here in this conservative stronghold:

ACLU Tour Introduces Panhandle Residents to Their Trans Neighbors (goes to the Scottsbluff, NE Star-Herald, more at the link):

Good deal. It humanizes the community and makes it more difficult for assholes to just paint them as perverts.

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calochortus  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:14:47pm

I’m going to say good night.

Hasta mañana, Lizards.

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:18:08pm

re: #7 calochortus

I’m going to say good night.

Hasta mañana, Lizards.

No! You can’t go! I live for your pithy posts! And your conch shell looking flower! Don’t leave me alone with my lonely water tower calling every hour saying it’s empty!

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Shiplord Kirel  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:24:41pm

re: #3 jaunte

GOP donor class threatening to take their money and go home.

Doug is the son of Darwin Deason, founder of Affiliated Computer Services, which he sold to Xerox for 6.2 billion in 2010. He is noted for being the first big operator to out-source data processing and office work outside the country. Doug himself is a big player in the Koch brothers network, especially noted for his organizational ability.

Strangely, I twice typed “Doug Deason” as “Dough Season” while composing this post. Freudian slip maybe.

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:24:43pm

Local distinguished citizens honoured at last weekend’s parade, including the former chairwoman (mayor) and a man who was an electronics whiz and former chairman who created a self-driving Beetle many years ago (and was featured on “Candid Camera”)

starherald.com

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Joe Bacon 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:25:45pm

Brings back memories of Shelly, a girl who was in my first grade class who died from measles. Measles left me severely bedridden for 2 weeks that same year and I was so in fear from what happened to Shelly.

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retired cynic  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:26:21pm

re: #11 Anymouse 🌹

Local distinguished citizens honoured at last weekend’s parade, including the former chairwoman (mayor) and a man who was an electronics whiz and former chairman who created a self-driving Beetle many years ago (and was featured on “Candid Camera”)

starherald.com

I remember that episode!

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Teukka  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:27:34pm

re: #12 Joe Bacon 🌹

Brings back memories of Shelly, a girl who was in my first grade class who died from measles. Measles left me severely bedridden for 2 weeks that same year and I was so in fear from what happened to Shelly.

That’s why they vaccinate against Chickenpox, Measles, Rubella and Mumps. Those diseases can be child-killers. And adult-killers too on occasion.

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teleskiguy  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:28:50pm
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Teukka  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:29:19pm

re: #14 Teukka

That’s why they vaccinate against Chickenpox, Measles, Rubella and Mumps. Those diseases can be child-killers. And adult-killers too on occasion.

Oh, and some of the above, if contracted in adulthood, can lead to sterility.

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retired cynic  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:29:41pm

re: #12 Joe Bacon 🌹

Brings back memories of Shelly, a girl who was in my first grade class who died from measles. Measles left me severely bedridden for 2 weeks that same year and I was so in fear from what happened to Shelly.

I was that sick with measles and chickenpox. I remember they had to keep the room very dark for fear of eye damage, and remember itching, and burning up and all. Shudder.

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allegro  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:30:02pm

re: #12 Joe Bacon 🌹

Brings back memories of Shelly, a girl who was in my first grade class who died from measles. Measles left me severely bedridden for 2 weeks that same year and I was so in fear from what happened to Shelly.

I didn’t have a friend who died from it, but like you I was extremely ill from the measles and thought I was going to die because neighbors and family friends all came over to like say good-bye and shit.

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retired cynic  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:30:07pm

re: #16 Teukka

Oh, and some of the above, if contracted in adulthood, can lead to sterility.

QTF
Sheesh. QFT

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allegro  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:32:30pm

re: #16 Teukka

Oh, and some of the above, if contracted in adulthood, can lead to sterility.

I had an uncle who was rendered sterile from the mumps that “went down”.

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retired cynic  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:32:48pm

re: #19 retired cynic

QTF
Sheesh. QFT

edited…. good grief!

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:32:54pm

The vice-chair of the Democratic Socialists sent me an E-mail, asking to put my profile up on the national Website of DSA members that hold public office. (I’m guessing that is a short list.) My response:

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:33:46pm

re: #13 retired cynic

I remember that episode!

Buddy was a pretty cool character. We were all saddened here when he died.

So you’ve seen part of our town then. Wanna move here? (It hasn’t changed much since that episode aired.)

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Joe Bacon 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:34:43pm

re: #17 retired cynic

I was that sick with measles and chickenpox. I remember they had to keep the room very dark for fear of eye damage, and remember itching, and burning up and all. Shudder.

Yes, same here! Mom and Dad kept the room dark with the curtains pinned. I had a bad fever, head hurt so bad. Remember Mom reading books to me Dad tried to get me to eat. they finally were able to get me to eat canned mandarin oranges and bananas. To this day, I have to have them together…

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:35:44pm

re: #20 allegro

I had an uncle who was rendered sterile from the mumps that “went down”.

Yup. I had the pleasure of mumps in 2012 (I had the disease when I was a toddler, but about one in ten people who had the disease in the past can get it again.)

I was miserable.

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:39:16pm

After you’ve seen it all, there’s always more:

Australian Cops Arrest Woman with Baby-Bottle Bong Emblazoned with Swastika
nydailynews.com

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austin_blue  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:40:45pm

Vaxxers, Birthers, Bernie Bros, Flat Earthers, Anti-Fluoridists, and Climate Change Deniers seem to be cut from the same cloth.

But if you add them up, they seem to make up a fair portion of the polity.

Which is kind of scary.

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retired cynic  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:42:20pm

re: #27 austin_blue

Vaxxers, Birthers, Bernie Bros, Flat Earthers, Anti-Fluoridists, and Climate Change Deniers seem to be cut from the same cloth.

But if you add them up, they seem to make up a fair portion of the polity.

Which is kind of scary.

I think they overlap a lot.

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:43:17pm

Carl’s Jr. slapped with $1.45 million fine for underpaying workers.
money.cnn.com

That was certainly the guy to put in charge of the Labor Department.

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austin_blue  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:45:33pm

re: #28 retired cynic

I think they overlap a lot.

I would wish so, but no, there’s a lot of separation in those groups.

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retired cynic  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:50:50pm

re: #30 austin_blue

I would wish so, but no, there’s a lot of separation in those groups.

I don’t have any stats; just my gut feeling, which is sure not infallible.

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scottslemmons  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:53:18pm

This was linked in the last thread, and it’s definitely something else…

Makes me think everyone should start tweeting food pictures at Trump. Wouldn’t be long before Hannity was running programs about the Evil Librul Perfidy of food pictures. Yeah, wouldn’t actually solve any problems, but I need some cheap laughs…

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allegro  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:53:20pm

re: #30 austin_blue

I would wish so, but no, there’s a lot of separation in those groups.

I was just trying to think of any commonalities from my youth that I was aware of, like in the 50s, 60s, 70s, and all I can think of were freak-out anti-communists.

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:54:33pm

re: #17 retired cynic

I was that sick with measles and chickenpox. I remember they had to keep the room very dark for fear of eye damage, and remember itching, and burning up and all. Shudder.

I came down with a second case of chickenpox when I was stationed in Rota. My Senior Chief wound up sending everyone in the division to the clinic to make sure they were all right. I spent over two weeks at home in bed mostly.

I also wound up with scarlet fever when I was in Oklahoma, also for the second time. (The VA wasn’t happy either with that or the mumps case I had, telling me to stay the hell away from the VA.)

I’m beginning to think I’m going to cycle through all those again.

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retired cynic  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:58:40pm

re: #34 Anymouse 🌹

I came down with a second case of chickenpox when I was stationed in Rota. My Senior Chief wound up sending everyone in the division to the clinic to make sure they were all right. I spent over two weeks at home in bed mostly.

I also wound up with scarlet fever when I was in Oklahoma, also for the second time. (The VA wasn’t happy either with that or the mumps case I had, telling me to stay the hell away from the VA.)

I’m beginning to think I’m going to cycle through all those again.

My mother had everything twice, poor lady. Including scarlet fever when she was very young, and it was Christmas, and all the presents had to be burned, and my grandfather had to live on the front screened porch, because of the quarantine, and because he had to go to work.

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 9:59:33pm

re: #27 austin_blue

Vaxxers, Birthers, Bernie Bros, Flat Earthers, Anti-Fluoridists, and Climate Change Deniers seem to be cut from the same cloth.

But if you add them up, they seem to make up a fair portion of the polity.

Which is kind of scary.

Well, they’re cut from the same cloth insofar as they all seem to be uninterested in facts. Anti-vaxxers come in lefty-liberal, libertarian, and sovereign citizen varieties. Birthers are pretty much wingnuts. Bernie bros are either purity ponies or rodent copulators (like Cassandra Fairbanks and a fair number of Russian trolls).

I have no idea what the Flat Earthers are doing. Anti-fluoridation people were launched by the John Birch Society. Climate denialists are almost exclusively conservatives who have been propagandised by the GOP and their corporate donors.

But yeah, you pile on all those disparate groups and you get quite a large portion of voters who don’t seem to know the difference between facts, fiction, and propaganda.

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austin_blue  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:01:07pm

re: #31 retired cynic

I don’t have any stats; just my gut feeling, which is sure not infallible.

Add in the Chem-Trails whackos (and the Alex Jones conspiracy nut jobs) and you’ve got a pretty good description/metaphor of the rad left and right in the US right now.

The outliers make the news. Oh, and the US Senate, which is just realizing that they are toxic to their voters right now, are punting the Healthcare bill until August.

Night all. Talk atcha tomorrow. Sweet scaly dreams.

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allegro  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:01:36pm

re: #36 Anymouse 🌹

Well, they’re cut from the same cloth insofar as they all seem to be uninterested in facts. Anti-vaxxers come in lefty-liberal, libertarian, and sovereign citizen varieties. Birthers are pretty much wingnuts. Bernie bros are either purity ponies or rodent copulators (like Cassandra Fairbanks and a fair number of Russian trolls).

I have no idea what the Flat Earthers are doing. Anti-fluoridation people were launched by the John Birch Society. Climate denialists are almost exclusively conservatives who have been propagandised by the GOP and their corporate donors.

But yeah, you pile on all those disparate groups and you get quite a large portion of voters who don’t seem to know the difference between facts, fiction, and propaganda.

I swear none of them were present in any significant numbers before the 90s. Hmmm, wonder why?

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:02:17pm

re: #37 austin_blue

Add in the Chem-Trails whackos (and the Alex Jones conspiracy nut jobs) and you’ve got a pretty good description/metaphor of the rad left and right in the US right now.

The outliers make the news. Oh, and the US Senate, which is just realizing that they are toxic to their voters right now, are punting the Healthcare bill until August.

Night all. Talk atcha tomorrow. Sweet scaly dreams.

I thought the Senate got the month of August off, just because there are no holidays in that month.

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JordanRules  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:02:18pm
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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:07:16pm

My wife is watching on Hulu the 2017 cinematic masterpiece that went straight to Dumpster fire, skipping home video, “Bubba the Redneck Werewolf.” I told her I would pass. There are some things that shouldn’t be seen.

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covfefe  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:17:57pm

Poor Jason Chaffetz can’t live the good life as a 6 figures a year congresscritter, so he’s pushing a $2,500 stipend for he and his fellow do-nothingers. Maybe he should give up his fancy cell phone, big screen TVs, steak dinners and avocado toast.

cnn.com

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Kragar  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:19:10pm

re: #41 Anymouse 🌹

You should be watching Tucker and Dale vs Evil.

Tucker & Dale vs. Evil (2010) – We’ve Got Your Friend

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:19:20pm

New island appears in the Outer Banks.
huffingtonpost.com

It’s grown from small sandbar to a mile long and three hundred yards wide.

Experts warn that the waters around it are full of sharks and stingrays, nevertheless, lots of people are taking boats and rafts out to the new island. Huffington Post reports on an article that appeared in the Virginian Pilot.

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Stanley Sea  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:22:31pm
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allegro  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:23:00pm

re: #42 covfefe

Poor Jason Chaffetz can’t live the good life as a 6 figures a year congresscritter, so he’s pushing a $2,500 stipend for he and his fellow do-nothingers. Maybe he should give up his famcy cell phone, big screen TVs, steak dinners and avocado toast.

cnn.com

Maybe they should get a congressional dorm or something.

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:23:35pm

re: #42 covfefe

Poor Jason Chaffetz can’t live the good life as a 6 figures a year congresscritter, so he’s pushing a $2,500 stipend for he and his fellow do-nothingers. Maybe he should give up his famcy cell phone, big screen TVs, steak dinners and avocado toast.

cnn.com

That “I’ve got kids in college” remark by Chaffetz was the same sort of remark when hated GOP rep Lee Terry (R-NE2) was asked if he would continue to take a salary during the GOP driven government shutdown.

That single statement sunk Lee Terry against his Democratic challenger.

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teleskiguy  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:24:10pm

re: #46 allegro

Maybe they should get a congressional dorm or something.

Cots in the Rayburn building! Live like soldiers you fucking swine!

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SteveMcGriftFlynnComey... ...corruptemoligate RN  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:25:02pm

In the previous thread I brought up a line of attack against this regime, namely pounding the questions “Where are the jobs?” and “Where is the investment?” The GOP loves to insist that regulations are killing investment and jobs, and as Olbermann observes, while we are distracted by special prosecutors and other problems, regulations are being thrown away.
The fact is that corporate leaders know damn well that the GOP grip on power will be temporary, and that they’ll settle for raking in short term profits at short term low tax rates. They would be crazy to invest in technology and factories that will be obsolete again as soon as the GOP is out of the White House.

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covfefe  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:26:27pm

re: #46 allegro

Nah. They can sleep in their offices. Maybe then they can relate to the homeless………

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covfefe  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:27:08pm

re: #47 Anymouse 🌹

“Stop popping out kids if you can’t afford them!”

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:27:52pm

re: #46 allegro

Maybe they should get a congressional dorm or something.

Well, a bunch of them bunk with The Family (the Christian Dominionist group trying to subvert Congress).

Chaffetz is just whingning. I’d like to see the bill go through though. The Dems can’t stop it if the GOP really wants it, and that would sure look good in Dem adverts: The only significant bill passed by this GOP session was a pay rise.

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:30:46pm

re: #50 covfefe

Nah. They can sleep in their offices. Maybe then they can relate to the homeless………

Nope. I didn’t have an office. They can sofa surf or sleep on the street like I did.

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:33:17pm

re: #46 allegro

Maybe they should get a congressional dorm or something.

Open bay barracks. It’s good enough for the Army and Navy.

Or better yet, the same space you get on a ship. (A rack with a locker. Senior officers get a stateroom about the size of my bedroom closet.)

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Teukka  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:35:20pm

re: #54 Anymouse 🌹

Open bay barracks. It’s good enough for the Army and Navy.

Or better yet, the same space you get on a ship. (A rack with a locker. Senior officers get a stateroom about the size of my bedroom closet.)

What about hot-racking in a sub? You sleep where there is room to spare.

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William Lewis  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:40:53pm

re: #42 covfefe

Poor Jason Chaffetz can’t live the good life as a 6 figures a year congresscritter, so he’s pushing a $2,500 stipend for he and his fellow do-nothingers. Maybe he should give up his fancy cell phone, big screen TVs, steak dinners and avocado toast.

cnn.com

Hmm
Smells like time for a constitutional amendment setting Congressional pay to the minimum wage. Same for staffers as well.

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alloutofcrazyhere  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:41:51pm

re: #46 allegro

They can all live in a congressional fraternity house. Then they can have keggers, and dream about kicking people off of Medicaid. I am sure Paul Ryan would be great at setting this up due to past experience. It doesn’t hurt that he sucks at everything else.

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Teukka  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:42:38pm

re: #55 Teukka

What about hot-racking in a sub? You sleep where there is room to spare.

Or this kind of sleeping arrangement: Image: 800px-Swiss_Civil_Defense_Bunker_%2815897271692%29.jpg

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allegro  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:44:16pm

I actually do have some sympathy here. Travel must get real expensive real quick when traveling from long distances and lodging in DC is exorbitantly costly. I also think that one shouldn’t have to be wealthy to serve, though that is the reality now and likely always has been. What rankles is that the guy whining the loudest is one who will not vote to increase the minimum wage, votes to trash the safety net, take lunches away from school kids, etc.

To him I say, fuck off.

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teleskiguy  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:49:49pm

Fuckface Von Clownstick’s people have been and are actively eroding the freedom of the press.

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Shiplord Kirel  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:51:02pm

re: #54 Anymouse 🌹

Open bay barracks. It’s good enough for the Army and Navy.

Or better yet, the same space you get on a ship. (A rack with a locker. Senior officers get a stateroom about the size of my bedroom closet.)

I’ve got it! Every time Congress declares war; or its modern equivalent, supplementary appropriations for combat operations; they are required to deploy into the same type of accommodation as the troops in the field. We could set up the tents on the National Mall, detail members for latrine duty, KP, etc. , and feed them MREs, perhaps specially formulated ones for the elderly and sedentary. If a warehouse or old strip mall burns out in the DC area, they could set up in the ruins.

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:51:17pm

Marvy.

A post over at the DSA Website notes that a Website has been set up to dox DSA members, Our Revolution members, lefties in general, &c.

keywiki (dot) org

It doesn’t look like a whole lot now … I am not going to punch my name into it to see if they have me (in case they capture that sort of stuff). I’m already all over the Internet (thanks to Gold Star Family memorial entries, my ham radio license, my political position, &c)

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allegro  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:53:35pm

re: #62 Anymouse 🌹

I thought you were in hiding from a crazy ex.

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:54:24pm

re: #61 Shiplord Kirel

I’ve got it! Every time Congress declares war; or its modern equivalent, supplementary appropriations for combat operations; they are required to deploy into the same type of accommodation as the troops in the field. We could set up the tents on the National Mall, detail members for latrine duty, KP, etc. , and feed them MREs, perhaps specially formulated ones for the elderly and sedentary. If a warehouse or old strip mall burns out in the DC area, they could set up in the ruins.

Not on the National Mall. That’s much nicer than most field deployments. All in favour of them setting up in a swamp or woods though.

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Blind Frog Belly White  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:56:22pm

Comforting thought - the President is so stupid/disconnected/demented that he has NO IDEA what’s in these bills.

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 10:57:55pm

re: #63 allegro

I thought you were in hiding from a crazy ex.

I’m not in hiding, I’m just not on social media like Twitter or Facebook. My ex- knows where I live.

The various outings of me on the Internet, such as my ham license (by the FCC) and Gold Star Family (by the DOD) I really couldn’t avoid. That said, you don’t get much by putting my name through a search engine.

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Shiplord Kirel  Jun 27, 2017 • 11:02:46pm

re: #64 Anymouse 🌹

Not on the National Mall. That’s much nicer than most field deployments. All in favour of them setting up in a swamp or woods though.

Good thinking. Too bad the USS Barry has finally been moved away from its museum/display role at the Washington Naval Yard. Nautically minded congress persons could have the option of hot racking in its derelict boiler rooms.

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teleskiguy  Jun 27, 2017 • 11:03:55pm
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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 27, 2017 • 11:39:25pm

And for your daily naughty times diversion:

No, a man did not die because a six-ton stash of porn fell on him.
thatsnonsense.com

What’s true? A man was found dead in his apartment which was filled with a large number of pornography magazines, estimated at weighing around 6 tons.

What’s false? The claim the man died because the magazines fell on him is false, as is the claim that he was not found for 6 months. According to an earlier article from Nikkan - a Japanese outlet - the man died of a heart attack and was found around a month after his demise. He fell on top of - or around - his magazines. There was no evidence to support the conclusion he was “crushed” by the magazines, and The Daily Mail did not provide any sources.

More at That’s Nonsense.

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goddamnedfrank  Jun 27, 2017 • 11:47:39pm

This is the average Trump supporter, just incredibly willfully stupid.

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Jason Munro  Jun 27, 2017 • 11:48:26pm

re: #65 Blind Frog Belly White

The con-man in chief knows how to play dumb - I think it comes naturally. If he understands anything about the health “care” proposal going through congress (arguable assumption), it’s that it provides a massive tax break for his brood, which I suspect might motivate his support.

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freetoken  Jun 27, 2017 • 11:52:27pm
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freetoken  Jun 28, 2017 • 2:08:52am

Oldie but goodie:

BENNY MORE SUN SUN BABAE

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freetoken  Jun 28, 2017 • 2:26:08am

Stylin’ a jacket like no other:

Liberace plays Malaguena

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Targetpractice  Jun 28, 2017 • 2:51:15am

re: #65 Blind Frog Belly White

Comforting thought - the President is so stupid/disconnected/demented that he has NO IDEA what’s in these bills.

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The picture of a man who is used to having absolutely every single thing explained to him in the simplest terms possible.

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Dave In Austin  Jun 28, 2017 • 3:47:23am

Morning all…..

So most of yesterday I was thinking like this:

I’m seeing that the real thing to do is start posting pics of tasty golden browns in massive quantities at the Idiot Cheeto. Maybe this…..

Trump Tasties

I do believe this is a plan.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 28, 2017 • 3:55:25am

re: #3 jaunte

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GOP donor class threatening to take their money and go home.

Which is what I said yesterday will be happening through the Congressional recess…

Citizen’s United vs united citizens

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Dave In Austin  Jun 28, 2017 • 3:57:17am
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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 28, 2017 • 3:59:48am

re: #36 Anymouse 🌹

Well, they’re cut from the same cloth insofar as they all seem to be uninterested in facts. Anti-vaxxers come in lefty-liberal, libertarian, and sovereign citizen varieties. Birthers are pretty much wingnuts. Bernie bros are either purity ponies or rodent copulators (like Cassandra Fairbanks and a fair number of Russian trolls).

It is an overlap of anti-BIg Pharma, anti-Western Medicine moonbats and anti-Modern Science, anti-Big Government wingnuts.

And it creates enough of a critical mass of idiocy to constitute a threat to life and health.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 28, 2017 • 4:01:15am

re: #51 covfefe

“Stop popping out kids if you can’t afford them!”

Stop having sex unless you are married to a husband who can support your family with one job!

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 28, 2017 • 4:14:42am

More village water tower follies today. The iron company working on our water tower should be able to finish the work today (the sun is about to come up, and the Fire Brigade is already on the site wetting down the area to prevent prairie fires and running off rattlesnakes).

After that, they will disinfect the tower, and that’s the end of their work. Then my work begins: Fill the tower, let it sit for awhile, drain the tower completely to remove the disinfectant, fill it again, test the water to see if any disinfectant is left, rinse and repeat. (Each part of this takes a day. Good thing the village has an unemployed trustee/water operator who’ll do this stuff for free. For that moonbat at Alternet that called me a neoliberal imperialist warmongering shill, I don’t think I’m doing either the neoliberalism or imperialism correctly.)

OT: My wife, commenting on a YouTube video about politics over at the Young Turks (she occasionally watches them) had a commentator call her a neo-Marxist, which started an epic troll takedown by my wife. That would be my Libertarian Party wife. The LP is about as far as Marxism as you can get. I really think the moonbats and wingnuts just throw around $5 terms without knowing what they mean.

Back on (some) topic, my wife also suggested I read a Wonkette article by Five Dollar Feminist about a woman who writes for The Federalist (in other words, she doesn’t have a job), who is married to the Breitbart writer who quit the day after Michele Fields was allegedly assaulted by one of Donald Trump’s campaign staff.

This woman is the perfect straw anti-feminist (allegedly triggering liberal snowflakes for calling them out for their “post-feminist” society). She is every trope from Ladies Home Journal’s “Can This Marriage Be Saved?” articles by first-class sexist and “Doctor” Paul Popenoe.

(I wrote a long article about this which is far more informative than the one you can find at Huffington Post. The fellow was a Dominionist wingnut in the Thirties when he started his “marriage counselling service.” In short, it’s always the woman’s fault.)

Back to Wonkette, newlywed Inez Stepman has just discovered the secrets of marriage after reaching the tender age of twenty or so and married less than a year. She wants to tell all you liberal snowflakes that have been married for twenty, forty, or more years what your doing wrong that your marriages have been so short and brutal.

wonkette.com

All I can say about the woman Wonkette profiles here is WTF? My wife used the long form of that when she described the article to me.

I guess my marriage is doomed according to this woman’s assessments, because I’ve only been married eleven years and my wife does not fit her ideal of physical attractiveness.

wonkette.com

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Dave In Austin  Jun 28, 2017 • 4:16:03am

Here we go again.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 28, 2017 • 4:18:10am

re: #82 Dave In Austin

Here we go again.

Trump knows the subject of health care well, he just does not know how complicated it is…

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 28, 2017 • 4:22:23am

re: #83 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Trump knows the subject of health care well, he just does not know how complicated it is…

It comes in Kentucky Fried Chicken Buckets.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 28, 2017 • 4:26:17am

re: #84 Anymouse 🌹

It comes in Kentucky Fried Chicken Buckets.

I thought it came in a fried taco bowl shell

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Dave In Austin  Jun 28, 2017 • 4:29:22am

re: #85 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

I thought it came in a fried taco bowl shell

Throws the greens out and eats the bowl. With salt.

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 28, 2017 • 4:29:36am

re: #85 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

I thought it came in a fried taco bowl shell

Kentucky Fried Chicken Taco Bowls.

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 28, 2017 • 4:30:17am

Someday you’re going to have to tell me what “slave to the waffle light” means.

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Dave In Austin  Jun 28, 2017 • 4:31:51am

re: #88 Anymouse 🌹

Someday you’re going to have to tell me what “slave to the waffle light” means.

Dude, have never made waffles before? Man, I get it.

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The Vicious Babushka  Jun 28, 2017 • 4:35:33am

re: #32 scottslemmons

This was linked in the last thread, and it’s definitely something else…

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Makes me think everyone should start tweeting food pictures at Trump. Wouldn’t be long before Hannity was running programs about the Evil Librul Perfidy of food pictures. Yeah, wouldn’t actually solve any problems, but I need some cheap laughs…

Well I have a bunch of pie pictures…

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The Vicious Babushka  Jun 28, 2017 • 4:45:24am

re: #81 Anymouse 🌹

Back on (some) topic, my wife also suggested I read a Wonkette article by Five Dollar Feminist about a woman who writes for The Federalist (in other words, she doesn’t have a job), who is married to the Breitbart writer who quit the day after Michele Fields was allegedly assaulted by one of Donald Trump’s campaign staff.

This woman is the perfect straw anti-feminist (allegedly triggering liberal snowflakes for calling them out for their “post-feminist” society). She is every trope from Ladies Home Journal’s “Can This Marriage Be Saved?” articles by first-class sexist and “Doctor” Paul Popenoe.

(I wrote a long article about this that is far more informative than the one you can find at Huffington Post. The fellow was a Dominionist wingnut in the Thirties when he started his “marriage counselling service.” In short, it’s always the woman’s fault.)

Back to Wonkette, newlywed Inez Stepman has just discovered the secrets of marriage after reaching the tender age of twenty or so and married less than a year. She wants to tell all you liberal snowflakes that have been married for twenty, forty, or more years what your doing wrong that your marriages have been so short and brutal.

wonkette.com

All I can say about the woman Wonkette profiles here is WTF? My wife used the long form of that when she described the article to me.

I guess my marriage is doomed according to this woman’s assessments, because I’ve only been married eleven years and my wife does not fit her ideal of physical attractiveness.

wonkette.com

Yeah we here at LGF made fun of Inez back in the day when she was an unpaid intern at some Koch org and spamming Teh Interwebs with memes of MLK WUZ A REPUBLICAN!!!!!

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I Would Prefer Not To  Jun 28, 2017 • 4:57:30am

re: #91 The Vicious Babushka

Yeah we here at LGF made fun of Inez back in the day when she was an unpaid intern at some Koch org and spamming Teh Interwebs with memes of MLK WUZ A REPUBLICAN!!!!!

Great writing

But if you’d put down the gloves and stop shadowboxing with some imaginary boogeywomen, you might see that there’s more to feminism than growing your armpit hair and “a selfish, ‘be yourself’ attitude.” Feminists don’t say, “You should get fat!” We say, “If you get fat, you are still worthy of love. Because your value as a woman isn’t solely based on your appearance.” See the difference?
Read more at wonkette.com

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I Would Prefer Not To  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:00:30am

The wonkette article ends wit this zinger..

Bitch, please! We’re not triggered. We’re laughing at you.


Read more at wonkette.com

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:04:07am

re: #91 The Vicious Babushka

Shameless Page Promotion:

The Warped World of 1950’s Marriage Counselling (goes to the right-hand column of LGF)

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The Vicious Babushka  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:10:00am

The Chinese equivalent of “Florida Woman”

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:13:40am

re: #88 Anymouse 🌹

Someday you’re going to have to tell me what “slave to the waffle light” means.

reference to a Gary Larson cartoon

and Wendell Wilkie

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:23:56am

re: #95 The Vicious Babushka

The Chinese equivalent of “Florida Woman”

An 80-year-old woman delayed a flight in China by throwing a coin into the engine

This is more a case of ill-founded superstition rather than drug-addled, white trash madness…

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jeffreyw  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:29:10am

Imgur
Good morning!

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The Vicious Babushka  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:30:20am
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Sir John Barron  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:34:46am

re: #96 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

reference to a Gary Larson cartoon

and Wendell Wilkie

I really do love waffles and am not sure why I do not possess said instrument for making them.

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Sir John Barron  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:38:40am

re: #70 goddamnedfrank

You let thousands of Americans die in Benghazi because of your judgment….

— Jeff

At first only four Americans died in Benghazi. But since I was not in Benghazi I said nothing. Then “thousands died” in Benghazi….

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wheat-dogg  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:42:33am

re: #101 Sir John Barron

The thousands who died in Benghazi were far more than those lost in the Battle of Bowling Green, which was a tragedy nonetheless.

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Sir John Barron  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:43:24am

re: #102 wheat-dogg

The thousands who died in Benghazi were far more than those lost in the Battle of Bowling Green, which was a tragedy nonetheless.

The Bowling Green Massacre has slipped from the national consciousness. Sad.

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wheat-dogg  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:43:41am

I am by the way commenting in a 787 flying over the Pacific Ocean now.

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wheat-dogg  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:44:16am

re: #103 Sir John Barron

The Bowling Green Massacre has slipped from the national consciousness. Sad.

How soon they forget.

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Dave In Austin  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:44:59am

re: #104 wheat-dogg

I am by the way commenting in a 787 flying over the Pacific Ocean now.

Back to the States?

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:48:20am

re: #101 Sir John Barron

At first only four Americans died in Benghazi. But since I was not in Benghazi I said nothing. Then “thousands died” in Benghazi….

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They don’t know what happened at Benghazi nor do they know where the hell it is. The sad thing is we’ve investigated Benghazi more than 9/11. Make no mistake, the loss of life there was tragic but Ambassador Stevens wasn’t some naive idiot who didn’t know the risks.

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The Vicious Babushka  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:49:19am

re: #104 wheat-dogg

I am by the way commenting in a 787 flying over the Pacific Ocean now.

How are you allowed to use an electronic device on an international flight bound for the US?

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wheat-dogg  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:50:00am

re: #108 The Vicious Babushka

How are you allowed to use an electronic device on an international flight bound for the US?

no one told me I couldn’t

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wheat-dogg  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:50:38am

re: #106 Dave In Austin

Back to the States?

Roger that. Two months in the US of A.

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wheat-dogg  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:53:05am

re: #107 HappyWarrior

They don’t know what happened at Benghazi nor do they know where the hell it is. The sad thing is we’ve investigated Benghazi more than 9/11. Make no mistake, the loss of life there was tragic but Ambassador Stevens wasn’t some naive idiot who didn’t know the risks.

Anyone serving in the Foreign Service accepts the risk, especially anyone posted to “dangerous” nations. It’s not unlike serving in the military or being an astronaut.

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:56:12am

re: #100 Sir John Barron

I really do love waffles and am not sure why I do not possess said instrument for making them.

We possess three instruments for torturing batter, but do not have a Belgian waffle iron.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:57:38am

re: #111 wheat-dogg

Anyone serving in the Foreign Service accepts the risk, especially anyone posted to “dangerous” nations. It’s not unlike serving in the military or being an astronaut.

Exactly. I bet you that people are unaware that embassy/consulate attacks in fact decreased in Obama’s presidency. What made Benghazi particularly significant of course was Stevens’ death but he definitely did know the risks involved.

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darthstar  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:58:42am
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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 28, 2017 • 5:58:44am

re: #113 HappyWarrior

Exactly. I bet you that people are unaware that embassy/consulate attacks in fact decreased in Obama’s presidency. What made Benghazi particularly significant of course was Stevens’ death but he definitely did know the risks involved.

Attacks during Geo. W. Bush’s presidency:

January 22, 2002. Calcutta, India. Gunmen associated with Harkat-ul-Jihad al-Islami attack the U.S. Consulate. Five people are killed.

June 14, 2002. Karachi, Pakistan. Suicide bomber connected with al Qaeda attacks the U.S. Consulate, killing 12 and injuring 51.

October 12, 2002. Denpasar, Indonesia. U.S. diplomatic offices bombed as part of a string of “Bali Bombings.” No fatalities.

February 28, 2003. Islamabad, Pakistan. Several gunmen fire upon the U.S. Embassy. Two people are killed.

May 12, 2003. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Armed al Qaeda terrorists storm the diplomatic compound, killing 36 people including nine Americans. The assailants committed suicide by detonating a truck bomb.

July 30, 2004. Tashkent, Uzbekistan. A suicide bomber from the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan attacks the U.S. Embassy, killing two people.

December 6, 2004. Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Al Qaeda terrorists storm the U.S. Consulate and occupy the perimeter wall. Nine people are killed.

March 2, 2006. Karachi, Pakistan again. Suicide bomber attacks the U.S. Consulate killing four people, including U.S. diplomat David Foy who was directly targeted by the attackers. (I wonder if Lindsey Graham or Fox News would even recognize the name “David Foy.” This is the third Karachi terrorist attack in four years on what’s considered American soil.)

September 12, 2006. Damascus, Syria. Four armed gunmen shouting “Allahu akbar” storm the U.S. Embassy using grenades, automatic weapons, a car bomb and a truck bomb. Four people are killed, 13 are wounded.

January 12, 2007. Athens, Greece. Members of a Greek terrorist group called the Revolutionary Struggle fire a rocket-propelled grenade at the U.S. Embassy. No fatalities.

March 18, 2008. Sana’a, Yemen. Members of the al-Qaeda-linked Islamic Jihad of Yemen fire a mortar at the U.S. Embassy. The shot misses the embassy, but hits nearby school killing two.

July 9, 2008. Istanbul, Turkey. Four armed terrorists attack the U.S. Consulate. Six people are killed.

September 17, 2008. Sana’a, Yemen. Terrorists dressed as military officials attack the U.S. Embassy with an arsenal of weapons including RPGs and detonate two car bombs. Sixteen people are killed, including an American student and her husband (they had been married for three weeks when the attack occurred). This is the second attack on this embassy in seven months.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:01:08am

re: #115 Anymouse 🌹

Attacks during Geo. W. Bush’s presidency:

January 22, 2002. Calcutta, India. Gunmen associated with Harkat-ul-Jihad al-Islami attack the U.S. Consulate. Five people are killed.

June 14, 2002. Karachi, Pakistan. Suicide bomber connected with al Qaeda attacks the U.S. Consulate, killing 12 and injuring 51.

October 12, 2002. Denpasar, Indonesia. U.S. diplomatic offices bombed as part of a string of “Bali Bombings.” No fatalities.

February 28, 2003. Islamabad, Pakistan. Several gunmen fire upon the U.S. Embassy. Two people are killed.

May 12, 2003. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Armed al Qaeda terrorists storm the diplomatic compound, killing 36 people including nine Americans. The assailants committed suicide by detonating a truck bomb.

July 30, 2004. Tashkent, Uzbekistan. A suicide bomber from the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan attacks the U.S. Embassy, killing two people.

December 6, 2004. Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Al Qaeda terrorists storm the U.S. Consulate and occupy the perimeter wall. Nine people are killed.

March 2, 2006. Karachi, Pakistan again. Suicide bomber attacks the U.S. Consulate killing four people, including U.S. diplomat David Foy who was directly targeted by the attackers. (I wonder if Lindsey Graham or Fox News would even recognize the name “David Foy.” This is the third Karachi terrorist attack in four years on what’s considered American soil.)

September 12, 2006. Damascus, Syria. Four armed gunmen shouting “Allahu akbar” storm the U.S. Embassy using grenades, automatic weapons, a car bomb and a truck bomb. Four people are killed, 13 are wounded.

January 12, 2007. Athens, Greece. Members of a Greek terrorist group called the Revolutionary Struggle fire a rocket-propelled grenade at the U.S. Embassy. No fatalities.

March 18, 2008. Sana’a, Yemen. Members of the al-Qaeda-linked Islamic Jihad of Yemen fire a mortar at the U.S. Embassy. The shot misses the embassy, but hits nearby school killing two.

July 9, 2008. Istanbul, Turkey. Four armed terrorists attack the U.S. Consulate. Six people are killed.

September 17, 2008. Sana’a, Yemen. Terrorists dressed as military officials attack the U.S. Embassy with an arsenal of weapons including RPGs and detonate two car bombs. Sixteen people are killed, including an American student and her husband (they had been married for three weeks when the attack occurred). This is the second attack on this embassy in seven months.

Exactly. Yet the DNC didn’t cynically exploit the deaths there for political reasons.

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Anymouse 🌹  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:03:06am

re: #116 HappyWarrior

Exactly. Yet the DNC didn’t cynically exploit the deaths there for political reasons.

Something something It’s Okay if You’re a Republican.

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Shropshire Slasher  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:06:07am

re: #115 Anymouse 🌹

It’s not the initial crime, it’s the cover up. I wonder if youtube incited those terrorist acts as well.

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Weaselone  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:14:54am

re: #115 Anymouse 🌹

It’s pretty much a guarantee that there will be an attack on a US embassy that leads to casualties during the next 4 years. I wonder what the chances are that a similar number of congressional investigations will take place.

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darthstar  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:18:22am
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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:25:52am

re: #120 darthstar

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Oops trouble in paradise.

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darthstar  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:26:30am
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lawhawk  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:26:37am

re: #42 covfefe

Poor Jason Chaffetz can’t live the good life as a 6 figures a year congresscritter, so he’s pushing a $2,500 stipend for he and his fellow do-nothingers. Maybe he should give up his fancy cell phone, big screen TVs, steak dinners and avocado toast.

cnn.com

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darthstar  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:27:34am

re: #121 HappyWarrior

Oops trouble in paradise.

Sadly, that has more influence on a Republican than 2,000 people protesting their local office.

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lawhawk  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:28:36am

re: #122 darthstar

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darthstar  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:29:07am
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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:29:31am

re: #123 lawhawk

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Saw this yesterday. My response is the same. Where’s his sympathy for those trying to make ends meet on a daily basis? If he showed any compassion to those people, I’d be more empathetic but Jason and his party don’t give two shits.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:29:46am

re: #124 darthstar

Sadly, that has more influence on a Republican than 2,000 people protesting their local office.

Yep exactly.

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lawhawk  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:31:00am

re: #113 HappyWarrior

Exactly. I bet you that people are unaware that embassy/consulate attacks in fact decreased in Obama’s presidency. What made Benghazi particularly significant of course was Stevens’ death but he definitely did know the risks involved.

Most people are unaware that after Benghazi, Obama instituted a rapid reaction force to be based out of Spain to respond to future incidents of this nature. There was no such force available before then.

Or that the GOP sought to reduce spending on safety measures at diplomatic facilities (budget cut).

And that’s despite the dozens of attacks on diplomatic facilities through the decades, including the list identified above on US diplomatic facilities during Bush’s term in office.

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darthstar  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:31:15am

re: #125 lawhawk

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:31:34am

re: #126 darthstar

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Ha!

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Weaselone  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:32:46am

re: #120 darthstar

Technically and legally not quid pro quo. You give us tax cuts, or we don’t support your campaigns.

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Jay C  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:34:24am

re: #120 darthstar

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Jeez, I’m old enough to remember when politically-minded plutocrats had the decency to keep their efforts to blatantly purchase political influence and policy under-the-radar! What IS the world coming to these days????

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lawhawk  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:37:07am

re: #5 JordanRules

What’s next? Matrix baby farms?

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lawhawk  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:43:57am

re: #130 darthstar

In fact, there’s specific federal law on what can or can’t be taxed online. He’d know that if he bothered to read (or his idiot advisers read).

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:46:29am

So he’s raging on TWitter again. Must be another day ending in day.

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Hecuba's daughter  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:49:44am

re: #129 lawhawk

Most people are unaware that after Benghazi, Obama instituted a rapid reaction force to be based out of Spain to respond to future incidents of this nature. There was no such force available before then.

Or that the GOP sought to reduce spending on safety measures at diplomatic facilities (budget cut).

And that’s despite the dozens of attacks on diplomatic facilities through the decades, including the list identified above on US diplomatic facilities during Bush’s term in office.

The Democrats are absolute failures at messaging. The Republicans know how to run vicious ads and are not constrained by the truth. To win, we need to learn from them, preferably without saying anything demonstrably false. Perhaps ads linking successful terrorist attacks to Republican cutbacks in security.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:51:14am

re: #137 Hecuba’s daughter

The Democrats are absolute failures at messaging. The Republicans know how to run vicious ads and are not constrained by the truth. To win, we need to learn from them, preferably without saying anything demonstrably false. Perhaps ads linking successful terrorist attacks to Republican cutbacks in security.

WE do need to get better at the sound bite politics. The R’s hav always kicked our ass there.

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Belafon  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:51:43am

re: #135 lawhawk

In fact, there’s specific federal law on what can or can’t be taxed online. He’d know that if he bothered to read (or his idiot advisers read).

I’m guessing Fox did a segment on this and Trump ran with it, and we all know how much Fox cares about accuracy.

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Belafon  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:52:10am
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Belafon  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:53:44am

re: #137 Hecuba’s daughter

The Democrats are absolute failures at messaging. The Republicans know how to run vicious ads and are not constrained by the truth. To win, we need to learn from them, preferably without saying anything demonstrably false. Perhaps ads linking successful terrorist attacks to Republican cutbacks in security.

Democrats put out ads and made comments about how Republicans cut funding.

The people who write comments about thousands dying at Benghazi aren’t going to listen to no lyin’ DemocRat.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:55:38am

re: #140 Belafon

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Now this is teh sort of thing that gets you noticed for 2020 IMO. Leadership and going above and beyond.

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Joe Bacon 🌹  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:56:56am

Gosh, I wonder why. Couldn’t be something involving color…

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 6:58:41am

re: #143 Joe Bacon 🌹

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Fox is too busy being concerned with what Pat Caddell thinks of a former President having a vacation. FNC really is pathetic. People couldn’t be more wrong to compare MSNBC and FNC. MSNBC didn’t dismiss real news to focus on trivial bullshit involving former President Bush.

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Timothy Watson  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:00:53am

re: #135 lawhawk

The #AmazonWashingtonPost, sometimes referred to as the guardian of Amazon not paying internet taxes (which they should) is FAKE NEWS!

“Trump announces proposal for tax increases on millions of consumers”

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Joe Bacon 🌹  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:01:07am
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Joe Bacon 🌹  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:02:53am

re: #144 HappyWarrior

Fox is too busy being concerned with what Pat Caddell thinks of a former President having a vacation. FNC really is pathetic. People couldn’t be more wrong to compare MSNBC and FNC. MSNBC didn’t dismiss real news to focus on trivial bullshit involving former President Bush.

Ol Cross-Eyed Creep Caddell sold his soul to Dumbya in 2000. He’s just another Fox shill just like other turncoats (Beckel, Kucinich, etc…)

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Sir John Barron  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:04:25am

re: #144 HappyWarrior

Fox is too busy being concerned with what Pat Caddell thinks of a former President having a vacation. FNC really is pathetic. People couldn’t be more wrong to compare MSNBC and FNC. MSNBC didn’t dismiss real news to focus on trivial bullshit involving former President Bush.

Area Black man still can’t go on vacation according to big cable TV network.

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lawhawk  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:04:53am

re: #136 HappyWarrior

So he’s raging on TWitter again. Must be another day ending in day.

Indeed he is.

He started with this nonsense:

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:06:14am

re: #149 lawhawk

Indeed he is.

He started with this nonsense:

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He’s a fucking child. Man such an embarrassment.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:06:28am

re: #147 Joe Bacon 🌹

Ol Cross-Eyed Creep Caddell sold his soul to Dumbya in 2000. He’s just another Fox shill just like other turncoats (Beckel, Kucinich, etc…)

Yep a FNC Dem.

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Sir John Barron  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:06:40am

I don’t follow all the nighttime threads around here, but is anyone else gobsmacked by the latest FNC, GOP spin that **even if The Donald colluded with Russia to screw our electoral process—it wouldn’t be a crime**?

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Joe Bacon 🌹  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:06:49am

re: #149 lawhawk

His Ass-Holeyness is off his meds again!

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:06:56am

re: #148 Sir John Barron

Area Black man still can’t go on vacation according to big cable TV network.

It’s just pathetic. But hey tell us more Trump supporters about how the media is so unfair to Dumbald.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:07:46am

re: #152 Sir John Barron

I don’t follow all the nighttime threads around here, but is anyone else gobsmacked by the latest FNC, GOP spin that **even if The Donald colluded with Russia to screw our electoral process—it wouldn’t be a crime**?

I wish I could be surprised by that but I think FNC would justify anything a GOP President did at this point. Meanwhile Nixon is kicking in his grave wishing he had a FNC to rationalize everything he did and to demonize his opposition for him.

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Sir John Barron  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:08:03am

re: #154 HappyWarrior

It’s just pathetic. But hey tell us more Trump supporters about how the media is so unfair to Dumbald.

Obama should totally troll FNC about this. Tweet out something from his next trip. Tell FNC to go FT.

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Joe Bacon 🌹  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:08:42am

Oops…too late…

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The Vicious Babushka  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:08:56am

So he sees this (as he sees everything) a war between very rich people (who “win” a tax cut) vs poor sick people (who lose healthcare & their lives) VICTORY!!

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Sir John Barron  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:10:18am

re: #158 The Vicious Babushka

Some of the Fake News Media likes to say that I am not totally engaged in healthcare. Wrong, I know the subject well & want victory for U.S.

— Donald J. Trump

Wait, the healthcare debate is a *war* between the U.S. and somebody? Who is the U.S. at healthcare war with?

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Joe Bacon 🌹  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:10:42am
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Timothy Watson  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:11:03am

re: #159 Sir John Barron

Wait, the healthcare debate is a *war* between the U.S. and somebody? Who is the U.S. at healthcare war with?

The GOP.

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Sir John Barron  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:14:44am

re: #158 The Vicious Babushka

Some of the Fake News Media likes to say that I am not totally engaged in healthcare. Wrong, I know the subject well & want victory for U.S.

— Donald J. Trump

Somebody seems a tad sensitive about the issue of his dumbness.

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The Vicious Babushka  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:15:20am

re: #159 Sir John Barron

Wait, the healthcare debate is a *war* between the U.S. and somebody? Who is the U.S. at healthcare war with?

Poor sick people.

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Timothy Watson  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:16:03am

Want some fun? Here’s an article from the Heritage Foundation denouncing Trump for supporting the Marketplace Fairness Act during the campaign and pointing out that Amazon actually supports it:

Amazon supports internet sales tax legislation. Back in 2013, National Public Radio explained why the world’s largest online retailer would support raising its own costs:

“Collecting state and local sales tax all around the country would require a fair bit of effort on the part of online retailers, because sales tax rules vary from state to state. That’s not a huge deal for a giant company like Amazon, but it would be more of a burden for smaller online retailers. From Amazon’s point of view, that’s a good thing — it makes life harder for Amazon’s smaller competitors.”

Amazon pays taxes. The same NPR story explains that Amazon “agreed to start paying sales tax in more states — and it started building huge warehouses near major metropolitan areas in those states.” While the company’s physical presence required it to charge sales tax, “having warehouses closer to big cities also allowed Amazon to start offering same-day delivery to millions of customers.”

heritageaction.com

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mmmirele  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:22:20am

re: #157 Joe Bacon 🌹

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FormerDirtDart  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:23:30am

Sorry, but this is way better than Dawn of Justice

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ObserverArt  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:25:04am

re: #96 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

reference to a Gary Larson cartoon

and Wendell Wilkie

Ahhh…a far sider. Now I know why you are the way you are. I will keep that in mind.

/

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Dr. Matt  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:32:56am

Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service has confirmed that it has charged six people with criminal offenses over the 1989 Hillsborough disaster in which 96 supporters of Liverpool football club lost their lives.

A former senior police officer, David Duckenfield, will face manslaughter charges over 95 of the 96 deaths.

The decision, which comes 28 years after the tragedy, follows last year’s inquests which found that those who died were unlawfully killed.

Timely response.

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bratwurst  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:33:27am

Who could have guessed that a man with decades of experience in political one-upsmanship would get the best of a youngster whose only qualifications for his job are his father and his wife?

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:34:35am

re: #169 bratwurst

Who could have guessed that a man with decades of experience in political one-upsmanship would get the best of a youngster whose only qualifications for his job are his father and his wife?

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And Bibi’s political capital just improved again. Sigh.

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Dr Lizardo  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:39:29am

re: #169 bratwurst

Who could have guessed that a man with decades of experience in political one-upsmanship would get the best of a youngster whose only qualifications for his job are his father and his wife?

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Who’da thunk it, huh? Sending a complete neophyte to talk to a man whom I’d describe as a master of the art of politics……this was entirely predictable to anyone with at least a handful of functioning brain cells.

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FormerDirtDart  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:41:08am

Man drives his vehicle into monument the day after it is installed.
It appears to be the same man who three years ago drove a vehicle into a Ten Commandments monument, destroying it, at the Oklahoma Capitol.
He was committed for mental health treatment after the Oklahoma incident, and never criminally charged.

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lawhawk  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:41:51am

re: #169 bratwurst

That article is misleading too.

Kushner didn’t carve out a role in foreign policy. Trump told him to do X, Y, and Z, including ME peace envoy, opioid epidemic stuff, and reimaging government, even though he has no experience with any of those things.

That someone with decades of foreign policy experience like Netanyahu played Kushner (and thereby Trump) is absolutely unsurprising. It’s what people like Netanyahu do. It’s what they’re supposed to do (get the best out of a given situation for their respective countries).

You might not like Netanyahu or his policies, but the reality is that Netanyahu took advantage of Trump and Kushner’s ignorance, inexperience, and just sheer dumbassery. US natsec and foreign policy is a shambles because of Trump, and this is just more evidence of same. To wit:

Which raises the question: Why on earth is Jared Kushner in charge of this operation? Not only does he have no credentials whatsoever, his meddling in this administration’s Middle East policy has already had potentially serious consequences. The American Conservative’s Mark Perry hears from a close associate of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson that Kushner and his friend Yousef Al-Otaiba, the U.A.E. ambassador to the U.S., were behind Trump’s decision earlier this month to blindside his own Departments of Defense and State by labeling Qatar “a funder of terrorism at a very high level.” To hear this associate tell it, Tillerson has just about had it with Kushner’s habit of “running a second foreign policy out of the White House family quarters.”

Who ultimately benefits from US foreign policy in a shambles? I give you… Vlad Putin.

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ObserverArt  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:43:21am

re: #138 HappyWarrior

WE do need to get better at the sound bite politics. The R’s hav always kicked our ass there.

Well, Hillary tried a sound bite and many said it backfired and was the worst thing she did…even costing her moderates and independents.

Basket of Deplorables.

I really wonder if Democrats can use sound bites because most Republicans are touch-me-nots and they, along with Fox, act like the world is ending when you say anything “bad” about a Republican politician.

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Dr Lizardo  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:43:42am

This is actually quite fascinating - “Operation London Bridge” or what happens when Queen Elizabeth II passes on.

indy100.com

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:44:26am

re: #174 ObserverArt

Well, Hillary tried a sound bite and many said it backfired and was the worst thing she did…even costing her moderates and independents.

Basket of Deplorables.

I really wonder if Democrats can use sound bites because most Republicans are touch-me-nots and they, along with Fox, act like the world is ending when you say anything “bad” about a Republican politician.

Yeah you may well be right about that.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:45:43am

re: #175 Dr Lizardo

This is actually quite fascinating - “Operation London Bridge” or what happens when Queen Elizabeth II passes on.

indy100.com

It’s funny coming from someone who considers himself an Irish nationalist and an irish Republican but I’ll be genuinely sad when she goes. I always thought and still do all the attention her and her family get is silly and I’d favor doing away with the monarchy if I lived in Britain but I can’t help but to like and respect Elizabeth.

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nines09  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:50:23am

Morning.

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Blind Frog Belly White  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:50:35am

re: #173 lawhawk

I think Trump’s problem is that he personifies the Dunning-Kreuger Effect. He’s actually quite stupid himself, but because of his narcissism he is convinced that he’s the smart one. That means when he looks at a problem that experts have been grappling with for decades, he thinks they must be idiots, and all he needs to do is send his SIL, who’s a smart guy, and he’ll clean up the mess.

Trump’s followers are also stupid, and have been trained over the last 40-50 years to believe that all experts are stupid and/or corrupt. They believe in The Simple Solution. That’s why they voted for Trump.

The thing is, though, some problems have gone on for decades because the solutions are not simple.

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Dr. Matt  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:50:46am

re: #172 FormerDirtDart

Man drives his vehicle into monument the day after it is installed.
It appears to be the same man who three years ago drove a vehicle into a Ten Commandments monument, destroying it, at the Oklahoma Capitol.
He was committed for mental health treatment after the Oklahoma incident, and never criminally charged.

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Sometimes the bad guys are the good guys.

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Dr Lizardo  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:50:51am

re: #177 HappyWarrior

It’s funny coming from someone who considers himself an Irish nationalist and an irish Republican but I’ll be genuinely sad when she goes. I always thought and still do all the attention her and her family get is silly and I’d favor doing away with the monarchy if I lived in Britain but I can’t help but to like and respect Elizabeth.

Yeah; I have no particular affinity for monarchism myself, but it’ll be a sad day when she finally shuffles off this mortal coil. As far as British monarchs go, she’s been the Queen for all my 47 years.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:52:45am

re: #181 Dr Lizardo

Yeah; I have no particular affinity for monarchism myself, but it’ll be a sad day when she finally shuffles off this mortal coil. As far as British monarchs go, she’s been the Queen for all my 47 years.

To put things in perspective for me. My great grandfather, born in 1874 was still alive when she became Queen and my Dad was a new born, and my mom’s father was in Korea. She’s had an amazing run. She’s an icon.

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Dr. Matt  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:53:11am

These people are so fucking stupid that it really does hurt…..

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ObserverArt  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:53:15am

re: #166 FormerDirtDart

Sorry, but this is way better than Dawn of Justice

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Batman seems to not want to engage Superman. I guess he knows there is no chance to defeat Superman, so why try.

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mmmirele  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:54:48am

re: #172 FormerDirtDart

Man drives his vehicle into monument the day after it is installed.
It appears to be the same man who three years ago drove a vehicle into a Ten Commandments monument, destroying it, at the Oklahoma Capitol.
He was committed for mental health treatment after the Oklahoma incident, and never criminally charged.

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If the Satanic Temple ever gets its Baphomet statue up at a statehouse, I bet it won’t be there 24 hours before some defender of the faith tries to ram it with his pickup truck.

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Dr Lizardo  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:55:59am

re: #185 mmmirele

If the Satanic Temple ever gets its Baphomet statue up at a statehouse, I bet it won’t be there 24 hours before some defender of the faith tries to ram it with his pickup truck.

24 hours? You’re being generous. I give it 24 minutes.

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Blind Frog Belly White  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:56:42am

re: #183 Dr. Matt

These people are so fucking stupid that it really does hurt…..

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Maybe they think that the REAL opioid crisis is that addicts switching to heroin from prescription drugs is stealing money from Big Pharma?

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Belafon  Jun 28, 2017 • 7:59:39am

re: #187 Blind Frog Belly White

Maybe they think that the REAL opioid crisis is that addicts switching to heroin from prescription drugs is stealing money from Big Pharma?

If I’m being generous, I’ll say they don’t know what “opioid crisis” means. If I’m not being generous, I’ll say they’re just playing their audience for marks.

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lawhawk  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:00:36am
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FormerDirtDart  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:04:02am

I believe the French President normally rides a military vehicle down the Champs Elysees during the parade. I can only hope that Macron chooses to walk instead, and drags Pres.* Trump with him…

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Myron Falwell  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:04:21am

re: #189 lawhawk

Bernie would have won gotten away with it.

(sorry lol)

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:04:23am

re: #189 lawhawk

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Jill? You mean Jane right? Anyhow. I don’t know what happened but it does suggest to me that the Sanders aren’t as pure snow as they like to portray themselves.

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lawhawk  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:04:35am
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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:05:33am

re: #193 lawhawk

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FormerDirtDart  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:05:42am
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ObserverArt  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:06:30am

re: #189 lawhawk

Manu Raju ✔ @mkraju
BERNIE SANDERS breaks his silence on FBI inquiry, asserts to @ErinBurnett it’s a politically motivated, “pathetic” attack against his wife

Damn. Again Bernie gets to acting a little like Trump.

I’m sure there is a better way to make a statement then going down the very well-worn politically motivated road.

I wonder if he thinks Trump is behind this or

…Hillary.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:06:53am

re: #195 FormerDirtDart

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Ouch.

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The Vicious Babushka  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:07:36am

Sarah Silverman being a Republican==>

Sarah Silverman - 4. You’re Gonna Die Soon

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Timothy Watson  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:08:04am

re: #196 ObserverArt

Damn. Again Bernie gets to acting a little like Trump.

I’m sure there is a better way to make a statement then going down the very well-worn politically motivated road.

I wonder if he thinks Trump is behind this or

…Hillary.

Both.

///

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FormerDirtDart  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:08:41am

Not an expansion of the laptop ban, but likely to “enhance” boarding delays overseas…

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FormerDirtDart  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:09:11am
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Myron Falwell  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:09:18am

re: #195 FormerDirtDart

12% is still too damn high.

Plus, does anyone really think Turtle Boy McConnell is paying attention to the polls? I highly doubt it.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:09:19am

I honestly don’t know if the charges against Mrs. Sanders are true or not but I think it’s irresponsible for Sanders to completely dismiss them as politically motivated especially given there were rumblings during the campaign about Jane’s dealings.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:10:24am

re: #200 FormerDirtDart

Not an expansion of the laptop ban, but likely to “enhance” boarding delays overseas…

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Stupid question but what do you mean by enhanced boarding delays? Meaning I’d have to get to the airport earlier or what?

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Dr Lizardo  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:10:55am

re: #201 FormerDirtDart

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:11:31am

Less than 30 days till I fly to Muenchen. Yes!

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Belafon  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:12:34am

re: #205 Dr Lizardo

I trust Roland’s fantasies way more than the Trump administration.

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FormerDirtDart  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:16:20am

re: #204 HappyWarrior

Stupid question but what do you mean by enhanced boarding delays? Meaning I’d have to get to the airport earlier or what?

Let’s see, interviews, dogs, explosive swabbing…
Yeah, if you’re planning on boarding a flight in Europe bound for the US I would recommend arriving early..
And white…
//

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makeitstop  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:17:42am

re: #195 FormerDirtDart

USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll: Only 12% of Americans support the Senate health care plan

Those numbers make the approval numbers for the House plan look relatively good, which I really never would have thought possible.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:18:39am

re: #208 FormerDirtDart

Let’s see, interviews, dogs, explosive swabbing…
Yeah, if you’re planning on boarding a flight in Europe bound for the US I would recommend arriving early..
And white…
//

Glad my return flight isn’t too early then.

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Myron Falwell  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:18:39am

This abomination of a bill could only get 5% support and STILL over 40 Republican senate weasels would vote for it without hesitation.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:19:02am

re: #211 Myron Falwell

This abomination of a bill could only get 5% support and STILL over 40 Republican senate weasels would vote for it without hesitation.

And John McCain would remain “concerned” but vote for it in the end anyhow.

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Belafon  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:19:44am

re: #211 Myron Falwell

This abomination of a bill could only get 5% support and STILL over 40 Republican senate weasels would vote for it without hesitation.

The 5% are those paying the majority of the GOP’s “salaries”, ie, fundraising.

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Dave In Austin  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:19:57am
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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:19:59am

Sanders bro in my TL insisting that Russia hacked the Dem primaries to favor Clinton over Sanders. Sorry but I don’t think Putin fears Sanders in the slightest.

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jeffreyw  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:20:03am

re: #202 Myron Falwell

12% is still too damn high.

Plus, does anyone really think Turtle Boy McConnell is paying attention to the polls? I highly doubt it.

He’s paying attention to the only polls that count - polls that tell him what the Koch brothers think.

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Jay C  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:20:39am

re: #195 FormerDirtDart

re: #202 Myron Falwell

Unfortunately true: when have Republicans ever cared about what the public thinks? Approval of their healthcare “reforms” could poll at 0.12%, and the Congressional GOP would still move mountains to get it passed.

Unless and until they get even the remotest inkling that gutting peoples’ healthcare like they are planning will/might/maybe have some negative effect on their election/reelection prospects. Emphasis on “maybe”.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:21:07am

re: #214 Dave In Austin

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Well he could start by draining himself and his entire cabinet. It’s adorable to see Bolling who works at a network who was once run by the guy who pushed the Willie Horton ad act like he’s somehow not part of the Washington establishment elite though.

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lawhawk  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:21:21am

re: #192 HappyWarrior

Jill? You mean Jane right? Anyhow. I don’t know what happened but it does suggest to me that the Sanders aren’t as pure snow as they like to portray themselves.

Yeah, was thinking of Jane Sanders, but Jill (Stein) was on the brain…

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:22:43am

re: #219 lawhawk

Yeah, was thinking of Jane Sanders, but Jill (Stein) was on the brain…

Heh I thought so. I thought it was a slip worthy of myself :). But yeah, there’s definitely I think something to these allegations. And honestly Bernie should count himself lucky that Clinton never went after them on it because it could have put a serious dent in his creds among the prog activists.

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Myron Falwell  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:23:41am

re: #217 Jay C

Yup. That’s why this is still a fait accompli.

Only question is how many senate weasels can be bought off so Pence comes in with trumpet fanfare to break a 50-50 tie.

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Dave In Austin  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:24:29am

re: #219 lawhawk

Yeah, was thinking of Jane Sanders, but Jill (Stein) was on the brain…

Not much difference there

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mmmirele  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:26:09am

The Advocate has an article called “The Women of Gilead.” It talks about stuff we mostly know about, but zeroes in on a particular example of a woman who hates just about anyone who isn’t just like her (right-wing nutcase, quiverfull, stay at home mom, anti-LGBT, etc.). That would be Elizabeth Johnston, “The Activist Mommy,” who is quite the piece of work.

In social media, perhaps no one better exemplifies the Real Housewives of Gilead more than “The Activist Mommy” (a.k.a. Grace Elizabeth Johnston). She has a Facebook page with 150,000 followers and a popular YouTube channel. She is married to Dr. Patrick Johnston (more on him later) and has 10 home-schooled children. She is best known for video diatribes against transgender people, Muslims, the women’s marches, feminists, acceptance of gay people, abortion, and birth control.

She regularly pickets Planned Parenthood clinics and posts pictures of gay people along with the caption “Leviticus 18:22” (which got her a temporary ban from Facebook and made her into an instant online martyr for Christianity, of course). She advocates “using your womb as a weapon” for God. She also goes to Pride Parades in Ohio to tell queer people they’re abominations worthy of death, unless they become Christians exactly like her.

Her husband is even more radical. He opposed all abortions, and is leading a crusade to convince people to try to carry ectopic pregnancies (the number 1 cause of maternal mortality in the developing world) to term, based on an anecdote in a journal article from 1994, which was later proved to be completely falsified. He recommends executing everyone on death row immediately, and making homosexuality, immigration violations, and providing abortions (or aiding those who do) a capital crime. The sentence under a Patrick Johnston administration would be carried out immediately via biblical methods like stoning or crucifixion. Other lesser crimes, like breast-feeding in public, would be punishable with public flogging.

He’s also a doctor who opposes most vaccinations, (including polio, MMR, and pertussis), and recommends prayer as the preferred treatment for depression. He also suggests that people are mentally ill if they don’t want to own guns, and that people are fat because they are sinful. He states that “if you do not spank your kids you do not love them.” Dr. Johnston has also published racist articles stating that “the greatest threat to the African American community is the sin of African Americans.”

It would be easy to dismiss him, but he ran a credible campaign for District 94 of the Ohio State House in 2008 and his novel The Reliant is being turned into a movie starring Eric Roberts and Kevin Sorbo. He wrote another dystopian novel that envisioned how a glorious new Gilead would arise in a clash of cultures, “where the superiority of the principles of Christianity prevail over a plethora of vicious opponents.”

advocate.com

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Lupin  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:27:20am

While getting Trump to attend our Bastille Day festivities isn’t the best idea Macron ever had, it pisses off Melanchon, which is not a bad thing, and judging from early remarks online, most French people look at it as if we got a giant orange panda on loan from China for an exhibit at the Zoo de Vincennes — a somewhat prestigious but meaningless oddity.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:27:49am

re: #223 mmmirele

The Advocate has an article called “The Women of Gilead.” It talks about stuff we mostly know about, but zeroes in on a particular example of a woman who hates just about anyone who isn’t just like her (right-wing nutcase, quiverfull, stay at home mom, anti-LGBT, etc.). That would be Elizabeth Johnston, “The Activist Mommy,” who is quite the piece of work.

advocate.com

But somehow these people are persecuted, just ask them.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:28:35am

re: #224 Lupin

While getting Trump to attend our Bastille Day festivities isn’t the best idea Macron ever had, it pisses off Melanchon, which is not a bad thing, and judging from early remarks online, most French people look at it as if we got a giant orange panda on loan from China for an exhibit at the Zoo de Vincennes — a somewhat prestigious but meaningless oddity.

The panda is at least cute & intelligent.

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Dr Lizardo  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:28:59am

re: #225 HappyWarrior

But somehow these people are persecuted, just ask them.

WHAT DO YOU MEAN WE CAN’T OPPRESS THOSE HEATHENS? YOU’RE PERSECUTING ME!!!

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:30:26am

re: #227 Dr Lizardo

WHAT DO YOU MEAN WE CAN’T OPPRESS THOSE HEATHENS? YOU’RE PERSECUTING ME!!!

We jest but they really think being told they can’t treat gay people like crap is akin to Nazi persecution of Jews. Fucking assholes are ruining our country.

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Dave In Austin  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:32:37am
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Myron Falwell  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:33:27am

re: #224 Lupin

While getting Trump to attend our Bastille Day festivities isn’t the best idea Macron ever had, it pisses off Melanchon, which is not a bad thing, and judging from early remarks online, most French people look at it as if we got a giant orange panda on loan from China for an exhibit at the Zoo de Vincennes — a somewhat prestigious but meaningless oddity.

The thought that a rich aristocrat hated by a majority of the populace was invited to Bastille Day shows that irony is still alive and kicking.

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Jay C  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:34:30am

re: #229 Dave In Austin

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Hey! Katie Bullets is back!
Haven’t (fortunately) seen or heard much from her lately: is this her new gig?

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Sir John Barron  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:34:41am

re: #229 Dave In Austin

It’s not @AmericaFirstPol job to protect R seats. It’s to support/promote #AmericaFIRST policies. If you don’t we’ll let your voters know.🇺🇸

— Katrina Pierson

And the “America First” policy here is to do actual harm to Americans.

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Sir John Barron  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:35:48am

re: #229 Dave In Austin

America First’s only aim is to do King Trump’s bidding, apparently.

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Jay C  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:36:20am

re: #224 Lupin

re: #230 Myron Falwell

The thought that a rich aristocrat hated by a majority of the populace was invited to Bastille Day shows that irony is still alive and kicking.

Maybe they can set up a replica guillotine in the Place de la Concorde for The Donald to tour by….

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The Vicious Babushka  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:36:56am

re: #230 Myron Falwell

The thought that a rich aristocrat hated by a majority of the populace was invited to Bastille Day shows that irony is still alive and kicking.

Trump will ride in his very own tumbrel to a reenactment of the execution of King Louis XVI

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Sir John Barron  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:37:07am

re: #229 Dave In Austin

Which multimillionaire is floating America First?

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Myron Falwell  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:38:00am

re: #229 Dave In Austin

So Hurricane Katrina Pierson is going ahead with the ads that will not really help win over buy off Heller, but could actually backfire in a rather thudding way.

I’m okay with this.

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Lupin  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:38:10am

re: #230 Myron Falwell

The thought that a rich aristocrat hated by a majority of the populace was invited to Bastille Day shows that irony is still alive and kicking.

Maybe no one mentioned to him the end of the program which heavily features a guillotine and of which he is the clou.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:38:59am

re: #237 Myron Falwell

So Hurricane Katrina Pierson is going ahead with the ads that will not really help win over buy off Heller, but could actually backfire in a rather thudding way.

I’m okay with this.

Yep let em fight amongst themselves and cost themselves a seat.

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Lupin  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:39:01am

I see that great minds think alike.

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Belafon  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:39:09am

re: #215 HappyWarrior

Sanders bro in my TL insisting that Russia hacked the Dem primaries to favor Clinton over Sanders. Sorry but I don’t think Putin fears Sanders in the slightest.

Why would Russia want the one person who might actually be more hawkish than Obama with respect to Russia? Imagine what Clinton would be doing to Russia right now if she’d won.

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Dave In Austin  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:39:13am

re: #236 Sir John Barron

Which multimillionaire is floating America First?

I haven’t dived that deep. You’d probably never find the dark money anyway.

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Dr Lizardo  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:39:32am

Someone here commented that charges have been filed against six regarding the Hillsborough Disaster.

I found this, a BBC documentary simply called Hillsborough. I recommend it for those who may not be familiar with the case. It’s quite sad, so be warned, but very good.

Hillsborough (2016) | BBC Documentary HD

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:43:44am

re: #241 Belafon

Why would Russia want the one person who might actually be more hawkish than Obama with respect to Russia? Imagine what Clinton would be doing to Russia right now if she’d won.

I think this person is so obsessed with Sanders that they don’t consider those things especially the fact that Sanders isn’t a FP guy at all and wouldn’t have the relationships and leverage that HRC would nor the smarts.

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Lupin  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:45:00am

In anticipation of Trump’s visit to France on Bastille Day:

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makeitstop  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:45:35am

re: #232 Sir John Barron

And the “America First” policy here is to do actual harm to Americans.

America first, then the rest of the world.

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Blind Frog Belly White  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:47:26am

re: #246 makeitstop

America first, then the rest of the world.

Amerika heute. Am Morgen, die welt.

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makeitstop  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:48:02am

So I go looking at sports news and notice that my Knicks have parted ways with Phil Jackson. That’s a stunner.

PJax gets a full buyout to fly back to LA. $24 million. Damn.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:48:50am

re: #248 makeitstop

So I go looking at sports news and notice that my Knicks have parted ways with Phil Jackson. That’s a stunner.

PJax gets a full buyout to fly back to LA. $24 million. Damn.

Must be nice.

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Stanley Sea  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:49:33am

@fahrenthold is on CNN. He actually was at a yam property & saw the Time cover. The 2 exclamation points on the cover piqued his interest & questions.

That’s where the investigation started.

LOL

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jeffreyw  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:53:09am
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makeitstop  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:53:19am

re: #249 HappyWarrior

Must be nice.

I’m tellin ya. And his great accomplishment for pulling down all that dough was drafting Kristaps Porzingis. Other than that, not much.

Well, maybe Hornacek will get to actually coach the team now without having Jackson insisting he run the Triangle.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:57:02am

re: #252 makeitstop

I’m tellin ya. And his great accomplishment for pulling down all that dough was drafting Kristaps Porzingis. Other than that, not much.

Well, maybe Hornacek will get to actually coach the team now without having Jackson insisting he run the Triangle.

TBH, I always thought he was overrated as a head coach, having Jordan and Bryant in their primes will make anyone look good.

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Dr Lizardo  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:58:49am

re: #251 jeffreyw

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Oh yeah, Pierce Brosnan’s character is obviously based on Gerry Adams. Very obviously.

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makeitstop  Jun 28, 2017 • 8:59:13am

re: #253 HappyWarrior

TBH, I always thought he was overrated as a head coach, having Jordan and Bryant in their primes will make anyone look good.

Also Shaq.

That argument will rage until the end of time, and it’s a good one.

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FormerDirtDart  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:02:05am

They really aren’t all that smart, are they?

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Sir John Barron  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:02:58am

re: #256 FormerDirtDart

They really aren’t all that smart, are they?

They just assume their followers aren’t very smart.

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FormerDirtDart  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:04:49am
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Sir John Barron  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:05:24am

re: #256 FormerDirtDart

28.2M Americans are still waiting under #Obamacare and remain uninsured. They need relief now. #RepealAndReplace pic.twitter.com

— Sean Spicer

They need the comfort of more uninsured joining them?

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:05:37am

re: #255 makeitstop

Also Shaq.

That argument will rage until the end of time, and it’s a good one.

And Pippen. But yeah. TBH my best coaches in NBA history are Auerbach and Popovich.

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Ace-o-aces  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:05:42am
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Semper Fi  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:06:15am

re: #172 FormerDirtDart

Man drives his vehicle into monument the day after it is installed.
It appears to be the same man who three years ago drove a vehicle into a Ten Commandments monument, destroying it, at the Oklahoma Capitol.
He was committed for mental health treatment after the Oklahoma incident, and never criminally charged.

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That has to be awful hard on the car…

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FormerDirtDart  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:07:20am

A little excitement here in Jacksonville, FL. this morning…

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:07:40am

re: #258 FormerDirtDart

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Now he can spend more time with his family and still attack Americans trying to make ends.

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Belafon  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:07:57am

re: #253 HappyWarrior

TBH, I always thought he was overrated as a head coach, having Jordan and Bryant in their primes will make anyone look good.

Which is why the Lakers won with Bryant before Jackson showed up and continued winning after Jackson left. //

Jackson, in my opinion, is one of those rare coaches that can get great players to play on a team, where most of them would rather play and hope the other teammates can keep up.

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:09:52am

re: #256 FormerDirtDart

They really aren’t all that smart, are they?

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lawhawk  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:10:02am

re: #256 FormerDirtDart

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:10:52am

re: #265 Belafon

Which is why the Lakers won with Bryant before Jackson showed up and continued winning after Jackson left. //

Jackson, in my opinion, is one of those rare coaches that can get great players to play on a team, where most of them would rather play and hope the other teammates can keep up.

That’s fair. Don’t get me wrong, he belongs in the HOF and is a great coach but to me someone like Popovich impresses me more since he’s done what he’s done with a smaller payroll and less star power.

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Stanley Sea  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:13:26am

re: #267 lawhawk

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Belafon  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:14:14am

re: #268 HappyWarrior

That’s fair. Don’t get me wrong, he belongs in the HOF and is a great coach but to me someone like Popovich impresses me more since he’s done what he’s done with a smaller payroll and less star power.

Popovich had Tim Duncan and David Robinson. While not quite as awesome as Jordan, they’re both great players. Popovich is a great coach as well.

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The Vicious Babushka  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:14:53am

WHAT IN THE UTTER FUCKING FUCK DOES THIS EVEN MEAN?

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scottslemmons  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:15:52am

re: #271 The Vicious Babushka

WHAT IN THE UTTER FUCKING FUCK DOES THIS EVEN MEAN?

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Translation: “SCARY WORDS! BE AFRAID OF THE SCARY WORDS! SCARY WORDS!”

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Belafon  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:16:08am

re: #271 The Vicious Babushka

WHAT IN THE UTTER FUCKING FUCK DOES THIS EVEN MEAN?

It means they’re losing an argument and have to whip out the “socialism” card. I always want to ask these people if their parents charged them for boarding when they were children.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:16:19am

re: #270 Belafon

Popovich had Tim Duncan and David Robinson. While not quite as awesome as Jordan, they’re both great players. Popovich is a great coach as well.

True, true. Anyhow. I just hope the Wizards can be competitive. I’m really happy to see Wall come on to his own. I’ve always admired Pop’s teams because of their team first mentality and strong defenses.

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Teukka  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:16:37am

re: #271 The Vicious Babushka

WHAT IN THE UTTER FUCKING FUCK DOES THIS EVEN MEAN?

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Circular argument? Or is it a recursive one?

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makeitstop  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:17:09am

re: #260 HappyWarrior

And Pippen. But yeah. TBH my best coaches in NBA history are Auerbach and Popovich.

I’d take either one of them over any other coach in pro hoops right now. Pop in particular.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:17:40am

re: #271 The Vicious Babushka

WHAT IN THE UTTER FUCKING FUCK DOES THIS EVEN MEAN?

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“That’s the trouble with capitalists, they always think the solution is more capitalism” See how dumb that sounds. And then there’s that there are few people in this country who are actually socialists, ya dumb FNC fuckwit.

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Belafon  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:18:15am

re: #271 The Vicious Babushka

“That’s the problem with socialism capitalism - the answer to socialism capitalism is always more socialism capitalism.”

Sounds awfully familiar.

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ObserverArt  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:18:28am

re: #221 Myron Falwell

Yup. That’s why this is still a fait accompli.

Only question is how many senate weasels can be bought off so Pence comes in with trumpet fanfare to break a 50-50 tie.

I don’t think it is. Now that a few Republicans are out of the bag and slinked out to the media and said they were not for it, it is going to be even harder to pass it.

And Senator Murkowski was caught on camera doing the unthinkable by saying they should work with the Democrats, Collins agrees and I bet others too. Working together gives those Republicans cover for parting ways with Mitch. They can now say they will hold for a bipartisan answer.

I even think Mitch would like this thing to go away. I think he is pressing it to please Trump. Trump signaled yesterday he really doesn’t care.

Yesterday was a mess for Republicans. They are wounded and America is watching.

But, everyone needs to keep on them.

Besides, how many thought it was a fiat accompli it would be passed this week? Be honest.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:18:36am

re: #276 makeitstop

I’d take either one of them over any other coach in pro hoops right now. Pop in particular.

In fact, I’d call Pop the best pro coach of the past quarter century. You know who’s great but doesn’t get a ton of recon since it’s women’s college hoops but Geno of U-Conn. I think he’s got something like a 900 winning percentage.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:18:55am

re: #278 Belafon

Ha!

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makeitstop  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:19:11am

Did you guys see Dana Gunz’ crazy-ass NRA video? I’ve never seen anything other than still pictures of her, and I’m kinda blown back by how totally hateful she comes off here.

Anyway. This video is fucking nuts.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:22:32am

re: #282 makeitstop

Did you guys see Dana Gunz’ crazy-ass NRA video? I’ve never seen anything other than still pictures of her, and I’m kinda blown back by how totally hateful she comes off here.

Anyway. This video is fucking nuts.

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The beginning of that was a lot of projection. Glad she admits the NRA is her safe place though because that’s what the NRA is, a safe place for little men and women like Dana who like to hide behind guns because they’re nowhere near as tough or badass as they think they are.

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calochortus  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:22:35am

re: #282 makeitstop

Did you guys see Dana Gunz’ crazy-ass NRA video? I’ve never seen anything other than still pictures of her, and I’m kinda blown back by how totally hateful she comes off here.

Anyway. This video is fucking nuts.

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“Violence of lies” What the hell is that? Oh, and nice sneer she maintains throughout.

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scottslemmons  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:22:36am

re: #282 makeitstop

Did you guys see Dana Gunz’ crazy-ass NRA video? I’ve never seen anything other than still pictures of her, and I’m kinda blown back by how totally hateful she comes off here.

Anyway. This video is fucking nuts.

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White-supremacist gun-worshiping neo-Nazi death cult says what?

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:23:31am

re: #236 Sir John Barron

Which multimillionaire is floating America First?

that is exactly what this is about: a mutiny on the part of the big donors

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lawhawk  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:23:56am
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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:24:43am

re: #285 scottslemmons

White-supremacist gun-worshiping neo-Nazi death cult says what?

It’ll be a happy day for me when Wayne LaPierre and the NRA go bankrupt. Nothing lasts forever and neither should the NRA and their cult of lies and bigotry.

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makeitstop  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:25:52am

re: #284 calochortus

“Violence of lies” What the hell is that? Oh, and nice sneer she maintains throughout.

I’m surprised she didn’t burst into flames from all the vitriol.

Brings a song to mind….

Stone Temple Pilots - Sour Girl (Video)

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ObserverArt  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:27:39am

re: #248 makeitstop

So I go looking at sports news and notice that my Knicks have parted ways with Phil Jackson. That’s a stunner.

PJax gets a full buyout to fly back to LA. $24 million. Damn.

That organization is a mess. I wonder if the best thing would be to get Dolan out. Not that it will happen, but nothing may change while he controls it all.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:27:55am

BTW Dana’s pitch isn’t going to work. The type of people who join the NRA only do so in large numbers when a Dem’s in the WH.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:29:10am

re: #256 FormerDirtDart

They really aren’t all that smart, are they?

Yes, because they know that there are that many rubes who are convinced that once our nation is relieved of the onerous burden of ACA, they will suddenly find good-paying jobs with benefits, even the lowliest retail chain and food-service workers…and find a policy that covers everything cheaper, because Free Market…

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makeitstop  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:31:11am

re: #290 ObserverArt

That organization is a mess. I wonder if the best thing would be to get Dolan out. Not that it will happen, but nothing may change while he controls it all.

Yeah, Dolan isn’t going anywhere. But Dolan does okay with the Rangers - the difference isn’t whether or not Dolan is in charge, it’s his hires. Jackson was a flash move that failed. We move on.

But word on the street is they want to bring in Masai Ujiri in as the new GM. If they can land Ujiri, they’ll turn the team around.

(BTW, Chris Paul is heading to Houston. I’d bet that Doc Rivers will be available soon, too.)

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FormerDirtDart  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:31:22am

The tread goes on for a total of 19 tweets.
I’m all in favor of the construction of a “dorm” for members of Congress. Or, cancel the GSA contract, and move them all into the Old Post Office.

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Dr Lizardo  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:31:37am

Looks like the German Bundestag will vote on legalizing same-sex marriage on Friday.

The bill, which would give same-sex couples full marital rights and the ability to adopt children, was added to the agenda today after a vote.

With Chancellor Angela Merkel indicating that she will make the vote one of conscience, rather than one divided along party lines, the bill is expected to pass comfortably.

This development is another milestone in a remarkable week which has seen rapid progress towards same-sex marriage in Germany, after years of deadlock.

It means Martin Schulz, chairman of the leading opposition party - the centre-left Social Democratic Party - is set to keep the promise he made yesterday to hold a vote by the end of the week.

Schulz tweeted yesterday morning: “We will push through marriage equality in Germany. This week.”

The journey towards a vote on same-sex marriage has been slow, then has happened all at once following Merkel’s unexpected decision to open the floodgates earlier this week.

pinknews.co.uk

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Jay C  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:33:30am

re: #287 lawhawk

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So I guess #jasonoutofthehouse was waiting for his more-lucrative gig to come though before making good on his long-promised departure from Congress? Too bad it wasn’t for a job where no one has to listen to his jabbering on TV…

Also too bad his district is such a safe R (+25!) - I’m sure he will be replaced by some other GOP hack, so Trump and the wingnuts can get another round of gloating over their BFD “mandate”

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:33:38am

re: #294 FormerDirtDart

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The tread goes on for a total of 19 tweets.
I’m all in favor of the construction of a “dorm” for members of Congress. Or, cancel the GSA contract, and move them all into the Old Post Office.

I said it already, I’d be sympathetic if Chaffetz and members of his party showed empathy to people in much more dire needs. I don’t mind your idea either.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:34:17am

re: #295 Dr Lizardo

Looks like the German Bundestag will vote on legalizing same-sex marriage on Friday.

pinknews.co.uk

So I might be witnessing history in Germany while I’m there next month, cool! I was in Spain not long after Juan Carlos abdicated in favor of his son.

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Dr Lizardo  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:34:35am

re: #294 FormerDirtDart

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The tread goes on for a total of 19 tweets.
I’m all in favor of the construction of a “dorm” for members of Congress. Or, cancel the GSA contract, and move them all into the Old Post Office.

They can move them all into the bunker of the Greenbrier Resort.

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Sir John Barron  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:34:58am

re: #294 FormerDirtDart

The tread goes on for a total of 19 tweets.
I’m all in favor of the construction of a “dorm” for members of Congress. Or, cancel the GSA contract, and move them all into the Old Post Office.

What size stipend do the rest of us get?

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ObserverArt  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:35:26am

re: #282 makeitstop

Did you guys see Dana Gunz’ crazy-ass NRA video? I’ve never seen anything other than still pictures of her, and I’m kinda blown back by how totally hateful she comes off here.

Anyway. This video is fucking nuts.

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NRA is now a PAC for the GOP. There wasn’t even a hint at anything gun related in that crap. No hiding it as a gun lobby any longer.

Sportsmen should run away from that group.

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Sir John Barron  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:36:29am

re: #294 FormerDirtDart

Chaffetz wants a $2,500 housing stipend for lawmakers to live in Washington because DC is expensive thehill.com

— Natalie Andrews

This will just encourage dependence, encourage shiftless people to run for Congress, etc.
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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:37:26am

re: #301 ObserverArt

NRA is now a PAC for the GOP. There wasn’t even a hint at anything gun related in that crap. No hiding it as a gun lobby any longer.

Sportsmen should run away from that group.

Yep pretty much. I’ll tell you. I knew the NRA was full of shit when it took an active campaign against Creigh Deeds when he ran for governor here in Va, Deeds’ record on guns was just as friendly to what they wanted as Bob McDonnell’s but Creigh was a Democrat so the ratfucks at the NRA smeared him as an enemy of gun owners. He made mistakes of his own in that campaign but the NRA did lie about him and his record.

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Myron Falwell  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:37:38am

re: #293 makeitstop

Yeah, Dolan isn’t going anywhere. But Dolan does okay with the Rangers - the difference isn’t whether or not Dolan is in charge, it’s his hires. Jackson was a flash move that failed. We move on.

But word on the street is they want to bring in Masai Ujiri in as the new GM. If they can land Ujiri, they’ll turn the team around.

(BTW, Chris Paul is heading to Houston. I’d bet that Doc Rivers will be available soon, too.)

His brother Larry and nephew Paul do all right with Cleveland’s baseball team.

Charles Dolan is one of many owners that seem to own a team for the sake of owning it (think the Ford family and the Detroit Lions and the Bidwills with the Chicago St. Louis Arizona Cardinals).

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lawhawk  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:37:44am

re: #294 FormerDirtDart

It’s impossible to live on $179,000 as a Congressman?

Oh really? Try getting by on $79,000 then.

Or ~$39,000 (Medicaid eligibility threshold). Or $28,290, which is federal poverty level.

These fuckers don’t care.

I still think that any change in Congressional pay must come with mandatory random drug tests for all elected officials and cabinet level officials throughout the Federal Government. It’s the only way to make sure there aren’t lazy moochers who are feeding at the taxpayer teat who are spending our money on drugs/booze.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:37:55am

re: #300 Sir John Barron

What size stipend do the rest of us get?

That would be socialism. //

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Belafon  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:39:01am

re: #294 FormerDirtDart

The tread goes on for a total of 19 tweets.
I’m all in favor of the construction of a “dorm” for members of Congress. Or, cancel the GSA contract, and move them all into the Old Post Office.

I could agree with him if he weren’t Chaffetz, and he could use that to reflect on how much lower income people barely get by if at all.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:39:40am

re: #304 Myron Falwell

His brother Larry and nephew Paul do all right with Cleveland’s baseball team.

Charles Dolan is one of many owners that seem to own a team for the sake of owning it (think the Ford family and the Detroit Lions and the Bidwells with the Chicago St. Louis Arizona Cardinals).

The Bidwells have gotten better with time but yeah. On the subject of sports owners, I still miss Dan Rooney. Us Steelers fans were lucky to have him. I always felt a special kinship with the Rooneys being also of Irish descent, my uncle actually being a college classmate and fellow wartime chaplain of Dan Rooney’s Uncle, and from the same part of Pittsburgh.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:40:18am

re: #307 Belafon

I could agree with him if he weren’t Chaffetz, and he could use that to reflect on how much lower income people barely get by if at all.

Exactly. I read some of his complaints and I’m not entirely unsympathetic but given who this is and what party he belongs to…………..

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FormerDirtDart  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:40:54am

re: #299 Dr Lizardo

They can move them all into the bunker of the Greenbrier Resort.

That’s a bit of a commute…

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wrenchwench  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:41:41am

re: #298 HappyWarrior

So I might be witnessing history in Germany while I’m there next month, cool! I was in Spain not long after Juan Carlos abdicated in favor of his son.

My youngest bro was visiting my middle bro in Berlin, and came back to the US the day before the Wall came down. He was almost crying watching it happen on TV.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:41:57am

re: #305 lawhawk

It’s impossible to live on $179,000 as a Congressman?

Oh really? Try getting by on $79,000 then.

Or ~$39,000 (Medicaid eligibility threshold). Or $28,290, which is federal poverty level.

These fuckers don’t care.

I still think that any change in Congressional pay must come with mandatory random drug tests for all elected officials and cabinet level officials throughout the Federal Government. It’s the only way to make sure there aren’t lazy moochers who are feeding at the taxpayer teat who are spending our money on drugs/booze.

Exactly.

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Sir John Barron  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:42:15am

re: #294 FormerDirtDart

Sell the car, take public transportation.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:42:46am

re: #311 wrenchwench

My youngest bro was visiting my middle bro in Berlin, and came back to the US the day before the Wall came down. He was almost crying watching it happen on TV.

Crazy to think. I believe I was overseas when Obama clinched the nomination against Clinton in 2008.

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lawhawk  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:42:52am

Reality is that Trumpcare - the plan Ryan and McConnell are pushing - will have deadly consequences that result in additional deaths each and every year resulting from less access to health coverage.

Money (which is usually in the form of health insurance) helps people access health care.

Health insurance helps people cover costs they otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford for situations they may not be able to foresee. It also helps reduce bigger costs down the road due to preventative care catching problems before they become far more costly.

The GOP ignores this inescapable and indisputable fact.

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makeitstop  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:43:03am

re: #304 Myron Falwell

His brother Larry and nephew Paul do all right with Cleveland’s baseball team.

Charles Dolan is one of many owners that seem to own a team for the sake of owning it (think the Ford family and the Detroit Lions and the Bidwills with the Chicago St. Louis Arizona Cardinals).

James Dolan is owner now. The old man went home to count his money.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:43:07am

re: #313 Sir John Barron

Sell the car, take public transportation.

Like the rest of us commoners? //

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:44:00am

re: #315 lawhawk

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Reality is that Trumpcare - the plan Ryan and McConnell are pushing - will have deadly consequences that result in additional deaths each and every year resulting from less access to health coverage.

Money (which is usually in the form of health insurance) helps people access health care.

Health insurance helps people cover costs they otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford for situations they may not be able to foresee. It also helps reduce bigger costs down the road due to preventative care catching problems before they become far more costly.

The GOP ignores this inescapable and indisputable fact.

Funny how the right was okay with this rhetoric during the Obamacare debate. Sucks when you get it thrown back on you, eh Republicans?

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ObserverArt  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:45:03am

re: #304 Myron Falwell

His brother Larry and nephew Paul do all right with Cleveland’s baseball team.

Charles Dolan is one of many owners that seem to own a team for the sake of owning it (think the Ford family and the Detroit Lions and the Bidwells with the Chicago St. Louis Arizona Cardinals).

True. You know what makes the Cleveland team so good is they constantly seem to have the best scouts in baseball and do one heck of a job developing young players. They can’t always keep them once they get to huge contract stage, but they seem to always have another youngster to come in and take up a position.

They also seem to do a great job of finding great young baseball minds for President of Baseball operations making decent deals and keeping those scouts going.

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jeffreyw  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:46:15am

re: #254 Dr Lizardo

Oh yeah, Pierce Brosnan’s character is obviously based on Gerry Adams. Very obviously.

I wonder if Peter King gets a part.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:46:17am

re: #295 Dr Lizardo

Looks like the German Bundestag will vote on legalizing same-sex marriage on Friday.

pinknews.co.uk

Angela knows that she will need a coalition partner to govern after the upcoming elections, and they have all made same-sex marriage a key demand.

And the key opponent of gay marriage in her faction, Horst Seehofer, recently demonstrated his commitment to traditional family values by fathering an extramarital child with his mistress/secretary.

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Myron Falwell  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:46:58am

re: #315 lawhawk

Of course it has to be precious snowflake Baby Whiplash that got all huffy and puffy.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:47:33am

re: #319 ObserverArt

True. You know what makes the Cleveland team so good is they constantly seem to have the best scouts in baseball and do one heck of a job developing young players. They can’t always keep them once they get to huge contract stage, but they seem to always have another youngster to come in and take up a position.

They also seem to do a great job of finding great young baseball minds for President of Baseball operations making decent deals and keeping those scouts going.

Depth really can go a long way when you’re a middle market club like the Indians. Hopefully you can extend Lindor and keep him on the team for a longtime.

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Dr Lizardo  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:47:40am

re: #317 HappyWarrior

Like the rest of us commoners? //

LOL but that certainly makes me realize how very happy I am that Ostrava has a very good public transportation network. I can get from my home to the center in about 22 minutes; I can get from home to the closest train station in about the same time and from there, I can take the train to virtually anywhere in Europe (with transfers, of course).

I genuinely don’t need a car to live here. And that’s actually convenient in and of itself - not to mention, less expensive.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:48:17am

re: #321 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Angela knows that she will need a coalition partner to govern after the upcoming elections, and they have all made same-sex marriage a key demand.

And the key opponent of gay marriage in her faction, Horst Seehofer, recently demonstrated his commitment to traditional family values by fathering an extramarital child with his mistress/secretary.

Ah so family values hypocrisy isn’t just on our side of the pond. I jest since it doesn’t surprise me at all.

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Romantic Heretic  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:49:18am

re: #251 jeffreyw

That looks good.

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covfefe  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:49:32am

re: #287 lawhawk

We all called it!

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:49:50am

re: #324 Dr Lizardo

LOL but that certainly makes me realize how very happy I am that Ostrava has a very good public transportation network. I can get from my home to the center in about 22 minutes; I can get from home to the closest train station in about the same time and from there, I can take the train to virtually anywhere in Europe (with transfers, of course).

I genuinely don’t need a car to live here. And that’s actually convenient in and of itself - not to mention, less expensive.

The two times I’ve worked in D.C. I always used Metro. But yeah European rail is quite something. I got an EURail pass for my brother and I’s trip. Going to be really helpful. Trains also go close or very near the little villages I’ve found where my family is from too.

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Dr Lizardo  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:50:22am

re: #321 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Angela knows that she will need a coalition partner to govern after the upcoming elections, and they have all made same-sex marriage a key demand.

And the key opponent of gay marriage in her faction, Horst Seehofer, recently demonstrated his commitment to traditional family values by fathering an extramarital child with his mistress/secretary.

Yeah, I read about Herr Seehofer and his dalliances and I thought “yet another paragon of family values” LOLOL.

You’re quite right though - Merkel knows she’s going to need a coalition partner and this move on her part also allows her to take away an SPD issue before the election campaign begins in earnest.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:52:33am

It’s too bad though DL that no trains go to Colditz. Bro and I are going to have to take a bus from a nearby town to get there. I don’t mind it but I love trains. I still remember my trip from Madrid to Pamplona three summers back on the eve of San Fermin and people singing and drinking.

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m0nkeyb0y  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:52:46am

re: #251 jeffreyw

This is an intense departure from Jackie Chan’s normal campy fare.

Also reminds me of Frank Herbert’s White Plague. I must’ve read it over 30 years ago, but as I recall a father loses his family to IRA terrorism and turns his genetic engineering acumen to vengeance against the entire human race.

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Romantic Heretic  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:55:27am

re: #287 lawhawk

Another so-called conservative whose facial expression shouts, “I am unburdened by thought or empathy.”

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jeffreyw  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:57:11am

re: #326 Romantic Heretic

That looks good.

I have it saved in my Netflix queue already.

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Belafon  Jun 28, 2017 • 9:59:14am

re: #333 jeffreyw

I have it saved in my Netflix queue already.

Since I’m not allowed to youtube at work, which one is it?

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wrenchwench  Jun 28, 2017 • 10:04:14am

re: #330 HappyWarrior

It’s too bad though DL that no trains go to Colditz. Bro and I are going to have to take a bus from a nearby town to get there. I don’t mind it but I love trains. I still remember my trip from Madrid to Pamplona three summers back on the eve of San Fermin and people singing and drinking.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 28, 2017 • 10:11:53am

re: #335 wrenchwench

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retired cynic  Jun 28, 2017 • 10:16:32am

re: #96 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

reference to a Gary Larson cartoon

and Wendell Wilkie

But it’s Wendall in the cartoon!

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sagehen  Jun 28, 2017 • 11:23:31am

re: #280 HappyWarrior

In fact, I’d call Pop the best pro coach of the past quarter century. You know who’s great but doesn’t get a ton of recon since it’s women’s college hoops but Geno of U-Conn. I think he’s got something like a 900 winning percentage.

Harumph.

Pat Riley.

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jeffreyw  Jun 28, 2017 • 12:03:38pm

re: #334 Belafon

Since I’m not allowed to youtube at work, which one is it?

The Foreigner


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