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Valued Social Butterfly
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Re: 'recanting of the' Oath of Office?

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jimc91 wrote:

 


And yet the Republicans keep winning elections...


Yep, the Republicans 'won' elections in the House, even though the democratic candidate for president took 3 million more votes than Trump did.  That proves what has been said about gerrymandering, sorry you can't seem to understand that.


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Re: 'recanting of the' Oath of Office?

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Olderscout66 wrote:

The Americans who have to work for a living (the bottom 99%) have seen their real wages drop back to 1964 levels, their Unions destroyed, their promised pensions taken as "bonus money" for a a few individuals who bankrupted their companies, or turned over to Wall Street where GOPers refuse to require the fund managers to accept any responsibility for acting in the interest of their investors instead of their own interests,  their children's education deterioriate from World Leader to 21st place in Reading, 24th in Science and 31st in Math while our excellent university system has been priced beyond the reach of all but the very wealthy.

 

Yet a disturbing number of Americans vote for the Party responsible for all those dismal facts because the voter hates minorities, muslims, gays and poor people, and believes the Republican lies that blame those innocent groups for all the problems Republican policies have caused.

 

Seems the Fascist SCOTUS will retain the Gerrymander and voter suppression that have allowed GOPers to steal elections with minority votes, so unless all those who have discovered they will not do as well as their parents and their kids have no chance of doing as well as they have vote the reason for their plight out of office and that will reqquire they stop hating the Bright Shinny's Republicans keep setting up to divert attention from the real problems facing America.


And yet the Republicans keep winning elections...

 

 

 

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Re: 'recanting of the' Oath of Office?

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jimc91 wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

jimc91 wrote:

rker321 wrote:

jimc91 wrote:

And the swamp continues to reveal itself...  Making it easy to know where to work.

 

Move the agenda forward.

 

 

 Could that be the Swamp  according to Jim?


 


Since you are a Republican surely you understand how this works...

 

The people voted and gave the Republicans the house.  Then the senate.  Then the White House.  The Republicans need to get aboard the train and support the agenda the people voted for Ooops!  He means what 26% of "the people voted for"  that President Trump ran on.  Its what the VOTERS want. No, it's what 26% of the voters wanted.  Any Republican that can not support our President should leave the party so we can once again vote for the "right people".  LMAO!  Another fascist saying if you don't like it, leave.  What cowardice.

 

Its really pretty simple...wow, the fascism is alive and sick in the US

 

 


 


LOL !!!   LMAO!!!!

 

Well it was enough to win...   Yep, so let's quit with the intellectual dishonesty claiming the voters decided.  He lost the "vote" by over 3 million votes.

 

Deal with it.  I do.....almost everyday here.  "Deal with it." 

 

And why did you say the democrats lost over 1000 seats in government over the past 8 years?  Gerrymandering and lying about the ACA.  Does staying on topic threaten you?


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Re: 'recanting of the' Oath of Office?

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The Americans who have to work for a living (the bottom 99%) have seen their real wages drop back to 1964 levels, their Unions destroyed, their promised pensions taken as "bonus money" for a a few individuals who bankrupted their companies, or turned over to Wall Street where GOPers refuse to require the fund managers to accept any responsibility for acting in the interest of their investors instead of their own interests,  their children's education deterioriate from World Leader to 21st place in Reading, 24th in Science and 31st in Math while our excellent university system has been priced beyond the reach of all but the very wealthy.

 

Yet a disturbing number of Americans vote for the Party responsible for all those dismal facts because the voter hates minorities, muslims, gays and poor people, and believes the Republican lies that blame those innocent groups for all the problems Republican policies have caused.

 

Seems the Fascist SCOTUS will retain the Gerrymander and voter suppression that have allowed GOPers to steal elections with minority votes, so unless all those who have discovered they will not do as well as their parents and their kids have no chance of doing as well as they have vote the reason for their plight out of office and that will reqquire they stop hating the Bright Shinny's Republicans keep setting up to divert attention from the real problems facing America.

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Re: 'recanting of the' Oath of Office?

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Centristsin2010 wrote:

jimc91 wrote:

rker321 wrote:

jimc91 wrote:

And the swamp continues to reveal itself...  Making it easy to know where to work.

 

Move the agenda forward.

 

 

 Could that be the Swamp  according to Jim?


 


Since you are a Republican surely you understand how this works...

 

The people voted and gave the Republicans the house.  Then the senate.  Then the White House.  The Republicans need to get aboard the train and support the agenda the people voted for Ooops!  He means what 26% of "the people voted for"  that President Trump ran on.  Its what the VOTERS want. No, it's what 26% of the voters wanted.  Any Republican that can not support our President should leave the party so we can once again vote for the "right people".  LMAO!  Another fascist saying if you don't like it, leave.  What cowardice.

 

Its really pretty simple...wow, the fascism is alive and sick in the US

 

 


 


LOL !!!

 

Well it was enough to win...

 

Deal with it.

 

And why did you say the democrats lost over 1000 seats in government over the past 8 years?

 

 

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Re: 'recanting of the' Oath of Office?

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jimc91 wrote:

 Any Republican that can not support our President should leave the party so we can once again vote for the "right people".

"The right people"?  You mean people who advocate silencing the press and taking away the right to free speech? You mean people who will blindly follow Trump (lil' Hitler) without question?


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Re: 'recanting of the' Oath of Office?

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jimc91 wrote:

 Any Republican that can not support our President should leave the party so we can once again vote for the "right people".

 

Its really pretty simple...


So then you believe in allowing Trump to be a dictator?


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Re: 'recanting of the' Oath of Office?

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jimc91 wrote:

And the swamp continues to reveal itself...  Making it easy to know where to work.

 

Move the agenda forward.


Do you care to explain how a Republican Senator calling out Trump for trying to silence the press is 'the swamp revealing itself"?

 

Do you care to explain how trying to silence the press is "moving the agenda forward"?


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Re: 'recanting of the' Oath of Office?

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gruffstuff wrote:

http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/355060-gop-senator-to-trump-are-you-recanting-of-the-oath-of-offi...

 

GOP senator to Trump: Are you 'recanting of the' Oath of Office?

 

Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) is questioning whether President Trump's claim that it's "disgusting" that the press can "write whatever it wants" suggests that he is reneging on his Oath of Office. 

 

 

Freedom of the press and fascism can't co-exist, one of them has to go.


Der Trumper has survived in business by deciding things he agreed to are not what he REALLY agreed to, so no real surprise he's decided his Oath of Office isn't what he REALLY meant when he usurped the presidency.

 

How much longer before his Cabinet grows a pair and gets rid of this National embarrassment that thinks tearing the country apart is Job One?

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Re: 'recanting of the' Oath of Office?

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jimc91 wrote:

rker321 wrote:

jimc91 wrote:

And the swamp continues to reveal itself...  Making it easy to know where to work.

 

Move the agenda forward.

 

 

 Could that be the Swamp  according to Jim?


 


Since you are a Republican surely you understand how this works...

 

The people voted and gave the Republicans the house.  Then the senate.  Then the White House.  The Republicans need to get aboard the train and support the agenda the people voted for Ooops!  He means what 26% of "the people voted for"  that President Trump ran on.  Its what the VOTERS want. No, it's what 26% of the voters wanted.  Any Republican that can not support our President should leave the party so we can once again vote for the "right people".  LMAO!  Another fascist saying if you don't like it, leave.  What cowardice.

 

Its really pretty simple...wow, the fascism is alive and sick in the US

 

 


 


"FAKE 45 #illegitimate" read a sign at the Woman's March in Washington DC, January 21, 2017.