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@williamb39198 wrote:

Forget collusion. 

Let’s call trump’s actions with the russians for what they are: treason. 

To give and receive information from a declared enemy, who is interfering with our country, and we are in a cyber war with, is a treasonous act. Investigate further. 

 

trump is a coward and incompetent 


Well, I suppose we could do that. But it raises the question - why? You declare Russia "a declared enemy", yet, it was about Russia that Obama asked for more time to get past the elections before agreeing to downgrade our missile defenses. I don't know who "declared" them an "enemy" - possibly you can explain that.

 

And, yes, cyber warfare is ongoing - and has been for decades, not since Jan. 2017.

 

 

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Would someone please explain as to why the Trump followers don't want to deal with the issue that Russia meddled in the 2016 elections. They come back with "is Obama's fault" and I guess that they think that they are not responsible of what happens in the next elections.
If you try to pin them down Not one of them has said one word as to how this country will make sure that our elections are not again stolen from the voters by the media manipulations that  topok   plaCE IN 2016.

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Forget collusion. 

Let’s call trump’s actions with the russians for what they are: treason. 

To give and receive information from a declared enemy, who is interfering with our country, and we are in a cyber war with, is a treasonous act. Investigate further. 

 

trump is a coward and incompetent 

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well for starters, that he sided with Putin when it came to intel and whose word he accepted when told by US intel that Russia did indeed interfere. And for seconds that he "worked with" and took info from a sworn enemy secondly.
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Trump supporters dont care when Russia interferes criminally , as long as the "Right" Party wins.

Hypocrites from the "Law and Order" Party. IF the Democrats had that interference advantage to win ? OMG the Republican's would be crying us a Russian River.

 

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@rker321 wrote:

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      rk9152 must fail to understand what Russia's motives are. Russia wants to make America Great Again ?

With all due respect stay away from Used Car Salesmen !!


Certainly not. rk knows that there is and has been an active Russian program ongoing to weaken us through division - the sort of division engaged in by their willing assistants on the left.


After recognizing that the Russinas did meddled in the 2016 election and now that you have elected to blame Obama , so what's next? what is this Presidnet doing to ensure that we have free elections? or is that not important enught for your country.

I guess, what is not "criminally indictabel  is OK"


It was happening during the Obama Administration and quite possibly before then. Yet, you'd like to heap all the blame on President Trump. Hatred does funny things to a mind.


The problem lies in the fact that the ball is in his court. and not on Obama or on any previous President. so it his turn to act. therefore what are the plans of this Administration to make sure that Russia doesn't interfere in the elections again? or don't you care what happens in your cuntry's elections.

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You have head the nail on the head once again @Soosie.



The fact that there is a lying, immature, racist, xenophobic, Anti-Semite dunce occupying the White House is taking valuable thinking time away from solving solutions to problems.



His removal would enable us to think about the problems that face us for the future.



Things like:



(1) The huge deficit the commander in cheat is accumulating.

(2) The loss of our standing in the world with our allies due to this commander in cheat.

(3) The damage this commander in cheat has done to the environment, singlehandedly.

(4) The 10,000 lies that this commander in cheat has already told his constituency and, as cult followers, they don't care. The world doesn't believe the United States any more.

(5) The cog IS the commander in cheat.



That you recognize Trump IS the problem, is a first step though. @nctarheel..........Here's what you are doing though. By staying in a trench only thinking of Trump, you are only giving him more power. If someone quits completely as some of you seem to have done, then what are you getting done other than thinking, posting and complaining about Trump?
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It's impossible to have an educated discussion with someone , who can't see past their own noses and accepts lies as truths.

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@rker321 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@mandm84 wrote:

      rk9152 must fail to understand what Russia's motives are. Russia wants to make America Great Again ?

With all due respect stay away from Used Car Salesmen !!


Certainly not. rk knows that there is and has been an active Russian program ongoing to weaken us through division - the sort of division engaged in by their willing assistants on the left.


After recognizing that the Russinas did meddled in the 2016 election and now that you have elected to blame Obama , so what's next? what is this Presidnet doing to ensure that we have free elections? or is that not important enught for your country.

I guess, what is not "criminally indictabel  is OK"


It was happening during the Obama Administration and quite possibly before then. Yet, you'd like to heap all the blame on President Trump. Hatred does funny things to a mind.

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@nctarheel wrote:

@Soosie wrote:

 

The biggest problem with the country today is those who can't get their head away from Trump and think about solutions to problems that face us for the future. 


You have head the nail on the head once again @Soosie.

 

The fact that there is a lying, immature, racist, xenophobic, Anti-Semite dunce occupying the White House is taking valuable thinking time away from solving solutions to problems.

 

His removal would enable us to think about the problems that face us for the future.

 

Things like:

 

(1) The huge deficit the commander in cheat is accumulating.

(2) The loss of our standing in the world with our allies due to this commander in cheat.

(3) The damage this commander in cheat has done to the environment, singlehandedly.

(4) The 10,000 lies that this commander in cheat has already told his constituency and, as cult followers, they don't care. The world doesn't believe the United States any more.

(5) The cog IS the commander in cheat.

 

That you recognize Trump IS the problem, is a first step though.


Denial is part of the narcissistic behavior. His recent flip-flopping on the whole Mueller report is just incredible. First he and his people were praising the Mueller report, now all of a sudden it is some underlying democratic's plan. We must not always blame those who just listen to what their party tells them, because when the light bulb moment comes, it will be sad times. People can be controlled by a passive agressor with pride, greed and revenge.

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