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BTW-Parker-You got a fan in Chasky. Chasky will believe any satire as if it is the truth.

Did you understand the "satire" in Parker's posting? The satire is that he doesn't support trump.

 

I am a fan of anyone who has the good sense not to support tRump.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------So no matter how rediculous a post is or untrue,you are a fan? Typical Democrat

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Is anyone surprised by his response? Of courses not! Facts, documentation, and the truth are NOT part of the Trump Alternate Reality Bubble. They instead rely on the Fox Propaganda Network and the dissemination of Fox Fake News.

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When all else fail, like your posts, blame FOX....that is getting old.

Have a good day posting.


Actually, I don't blame FOX, they are doing exactly what they were created to do, spread lies and propaganda promoting the radical far right ultra-conservative platform.  I blame the people that are uninformed or ignorant enough to actually believe them.


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"The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant, but that they know so much that isn't so."

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The trouble with tRump supporters is that they "know so much that isn't so" because they actually believe most of the lies that trump tells and accept them as reality. But in a way, that could be ignorance.


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@easyed598 wrote:

BTW-Parker-You got a fan in Chasky. Chasky will believe any satire as if it is the truth.


Did you understand the "satire" in Parker's posting? The satire is that he doesn't support trump.

 

I am a fan of anyone who has the good sense not to support tRump.


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Ocean posted-His terrorists now in the streets threatening the US government  are not going to go quietly into the night without having their war first.  They've dreamed of these days for years and now trump is giving them permission to make their dreams come true.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Not terrorist but 335 million people who don`t want a liberal inspired depression. One Liberal leader recently said "we need 18 months more of being in lockdown before we can be satisfied we got control of this  virus"  This is never going to happen. To many seniors that could be a life sentence until they die. To the younger generation ,they are not going to sit still while the the liberal Dems force them into poverty. The Dems think this is Biden`s  path to the Presidency but in reality this could be Trump`s path of winning all 50 states. To all the Dems who wish to stay indoors for the next 18 months ,you are more than welcome to do just that. No one is forcing you to go outside,just leave the rest of us alone.

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John posted-You are correct the country suffers when a President does not perform well, and we have been suffering for 3 years now.Today we passed the 100,000 death mark from the virus. Under this President more have died than in the Korean, and Viet Nam wars combined. We have the highest unemployment numbers since the Great Depression of the 1930. Trump in action.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Only China lovers would blame Trump for this but the gullible will twist this to their agenda but what`s new. Just a reminder what a real corrupt Presidency is like.---

Only five months into President Obama’s second term, the administration’s scandal rap sheet continues to grow.

It’s a long list compiled since Obama took office in 2009; it’s a fast-moving drama as well.

 

 

Just this week we learned of another scandal with reports of a State Department cover-up of alleged misconduct by the department’s security forces.

Keith Koffler of the White House Dossier recently published a summary of the administration’s misdoings under the headline, “The Top Twenty Obama Scandals.” Here is Koffler’s rundown:

  • IRS Targets Obama’s Enemies: The IRS targeted conservative and pro-Israel groups prior to the 2012 election. Questions are being raised about why this occurred, who ordered it, whether there was any White House involvement and whether there was an initial effort to hide who knew about the targeting and when.
  • Benghazi: This is actually three scandals in one – the failure of the administration to protect the Benghazi mission, the changes made to the talking points in order to suggest the attack was motivated by an anti-Muslim video, and the refusal of the White House to say what President Obama did the night of the attack.
  • Watching the AP: The Justice Department performed a massive cull of Associated Press reporters’ phone records as part of a leak investigation.
  • Rosengate: The Justice Department suggested that Fox news reporter James Rosen is a criminal for reporting about classified information and subsequently monitored his phone calls and emails.
  • Potential Holder Perjury I:Attorney General Eric Holder told Congress he had never been associated with “potential prosecution” of a journalist when in fact he signed the affidavit that termed Rosen a potential criminal.
  • The ATF “Fast and Furious” Scheme: ATF allowed weapons from the U.S. to “walk” across the border into the hands of Mexican drug dealers. The ATF lost track of hundreds of firearms, many of which were used in crimes, including the December 2010 killing of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.
  • Potential Holder Perjury II: Holder told Congress in May 2011 that he had just recently heard about the Fast and Furious gun walking scheme when there is evidence he may have known much earlier.
  • Sebelius Demands Payment: HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius solicited donations from companies HHS might regulate. The money would be used to help her sign up uninsured Americans for Obamacare.
  • The Pigford Scandal: An Agriculture Department effort that started as an attempt to compensate black farmers who had been discriminated against by the agency, but evolved into a gravy train, delivering several billion dollars in cash to thousands of additional minority and female farmers who probably didn’t face discrimination.
  • The GSA Gone Wild: The General Services Administration in 2010 held an $823,000 training conference in Las Vegas featuring a clown and a mind reader. Resulted in the resignation of the GSA administrator.
  • Veterans Affairs in Disney World: The agency wasted more than $6 million on two conferences in Orlando. An assistant secretary was fired.
  • Sebelius Violates the Hatch Act: A U.S. special counsel determined that Sebelius violated the Hatch Act when she made “extemporaneous partisan remarks” during a speech in her official capacity last year. During the remarks, Sebelius called for the election of the Democratic candidate for governor of North Carolina.
  • Solyndra: Republicans charge the Obama administration funded and promoted its poster boy for green energy, despite warning signs the company was headed for bankruptcy. The administration also allegedly pressed Solyndra to delay layoff announcements until after the 2010 midterm elections.
  • AKA Lisa Jackson: Former EPA administrator Lisa Jackson used the name “Richard Windsor” when corresponding by email with other government officials, drawing charges she was trying to evade scrutiny.
  • The New Black Panthers: The Justice Department was accused of using a racial double standard in failing to pursue a voter intimidation case against Black Panthers who appeared to be menacing voters at a polling place in 2008 in Philadelphia.
  • Waging War All By Myself: Obama may have violated the Constitution and both the letter and the spirit of the War Powers Resolution by attacking Libya without Congressional approval.
  • Biden Bullies the Press: Vice President Biden’s office has repeatedly interfered with coverage, including forcing a reporter to wait in a closet, making a reporter delete photos, and editing pool reports.
  • AKPD Not A-OK: The administration paid millions to the former firm of then White House adviser David Axelrod, AKPD Message and Media, to promote passage of Obamacare. Some question whether the firm was hired to help pay Axelrod $2 million AKPD owed him.
  • Sestak, We’ll Take Care of You: Former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel used Bill Clinton as an intermediary to probe whether former Representative Joe Sestak (D-Pa.) would accept a prominent, unpaid White House advisory position in exchange for dropping out of the 2010 primary against Senator Arlen Specter (D-Pa.).
  • I’ll Pass My Own Laws: Obama has repeatedly been accused of making end runs around Congress by deciding which laws to enforce, including the decision not to deport illegal immigrants who may have been allowed to stay in the United States had Congress passed the “Dream Act.”-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------This was the first 5 years of the Obama administration-Since then we have the DOJ which includes the FBI<CIA
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I supported Trump.  He seemed for things important to seniors.  With covid, I don't know what has happened.

He has only ever cared for himself and the virus is letting THAT truth be known.

 

He is literally supporting things that will kill us.

That's exactly what he told us, expect many more to die.  The necessary sacrifice for doing HIS will.

 

No masks.  Opening up before things clear up.  Not putting federal support behind controlling the outbreak.

His federal support is the profits he deems due to him and his.

 

And meanwhile, 100,000+ people die, mostly seniors, and he doesn't even talk about it.

A psychopath has no remorse or empathy.

 

He has to go, we need someone who cares about older people.

There are many someones in leadership positions who do care about all of us and who are working hard in preparation for disinfecting the White House, the country from the evil that trump brings

 

We have 158 more days to grieve, to regain health, to inform ourselves of the right choices for the presidency and for congress.  These days will require more strength and clear thinking than maybe we've ever needed to find in ourselves because not only will the virus continue its death march, trump's madness will also.

 

His terrorists now in the streets threatening the US government  are not going to go quietly into the night without having their war first.  They've dreamed of these days for years and now trump is giving them permission to make their dreams come true.  For him. 

 

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I supported Trump.  He seemed for things important to seniors.  With covid, I don't know what has happened.  He is literally supporting things that will kill us.  No masks.  Opening up before things clear up.  Not putting federal support behind controlling the outbreak. And meanwhile, 100,000+ people die, mostly seniors, and he doesn't even talk about it.  He has to go, we need someone who cares about older people.

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Anyone here still support Trump?

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I think all citizens should support our President. If our President does not do well for our country we all will suffer.

You can disagree with policies but in the end its how well our country and its citizens are doing.

Reasonable and fair minded citizen will see that Trump has and is doing a good job and will get re elected in my opinion.




You are correct the country suffers when a President does not perform well, and we have been suffering for 3 years now.Today we passed the 100,000 death mark from the virus. Under this President more have died than in the Korean, and Viet Nam wars combined. We have the highest unemployment numbers since the Great Depression of the 1930. Trump in action.

We even have scandal after scandal in his admin. The latest is once again with buying medical masks.  This time for the Navajo Nation. A former staff member (Served in Chief of Staff Office with Kelly) started a Co. a short time ago and got a $3 million contract from the Feds to buy medical masks for the Navajo Nation. He purchased them in China. They are now arriving. Many are no good for Medical purposes, and the price is about 5 or 6 times more than 3M sells them for in the USA. So far close to $300,000 of bad product has arrived.

A few weeks ago it was revealed that 2 Reb. lobbyist did the same thing and ordered masks for the Fed warehouse States buy from.  Same type of thing happened.

Looks like this is the pay off area to Trump loyalists using the Fed Govt. and its money.

The Staffer on the Navajo Nation scandal was in another one. When he left the Chief of Staff Office he was to spend 6 months basically hiding in another Fed. Office doing nothing till he could qualify for early retirement from the coast guard. When he got to the new digs the WH and he realized that the law was changed and the early retirement provision gone.  The WH entered an extinction of that provision into a current budget bill and sent it to Congress. Someone warned the Dems in the house, and it was killed.  Looks like the mask deal was the payoff in place of the retirement deal. This story was covered in the press well over a year ago so all have heard about it.

Trump the mob boss paying off his followers at taxpayers expense.

 

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I think all citizens should support our President. If our President does not do well for our country we all will suffer.

You can disagree with policies but in the end its how well our country and its citizens are doing.

Reasonable and fair minded citizen will see that Trump has and is doing a good job and will get re elected in my opinion.



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