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Who is “Team Snowflake” ?

 

Do the very fragile young college students (Snowflakes) have some type of organized movement now?

 

I assume they gather in their “Safe Zone” but what do they want?

 

 

 


dunno. the real show is watching the snowflakes of the right hiding..by practicing crainialanal insertion. and its not just college kids is it. tkes us back to..Tom Cotton..leave me alone you bullies.

 

 

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  The GOP are such whiners.    TThe Republicans control the Congress and Senate and President and still they can't seem to even pass a 4 week CR.     As Chuck Schumer said, attempting to negotiate with Donald is like attempting to negotiate with Jello. 


Based on the Constitution they are unable to pass it without Dems. Rather than just insulting, reading the Constitution would be more adult.

 

Absolutely. And there are some dems in the senate that are for it.  Along with the constitution we have reality..as in looking at the facts shows Trump did this all by himself. He opened daca just to get the taxpayers to pay for an uneeded wall. The master of negotiation in action.  Trump is the one that brought the loaded gun to the table..its just got turned on him. Democrats arent willing to "negotiate"? its exactly what they are doing..Trump style.



Many words, little meaning. It sounds like you are saying that your version of reality trumps the Constitution - not yet. But, come the revolution.....

 

Correction - the President did not "open" DACA, it has been under discussion for quite a while. While negotiation is important, you do not negotiate the Constitution. As such, it is the Congress that must pass the spending legislation as well as the immigration legislation. But it takes Dems as well as Reps to do both.

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/05/us/politics/trump-daca-dreamers-immigration.html

 

You can goggle it youself too. please post more in defiance of the facts. That says more about you than anything else

 


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Fingers are pointing left, fingers are pointing right. When everyone puts their fingers down and starts non partisan communication there will be a resolution. My belief is ever since 45 began his campaign and took office we have had chaos, and more chaos. For every step forward we can all point to a dozen steps backward- some very dangerous. 45 himself put the blame squarely on Barrack Obama's shoulders, said it ultimately falls on the President. Well? The master finger pointer. 

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Who is “Team Snowflake” ?

 

Do the very fragile young college students (Snowflakes) have some type of organized movement now?

 

I assume they gather in their “Safe Zone” but what do they want?

 

 

 

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@MIseker wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@afisher wrote:

  The GOP are such whiners.    TThe Republicans control the Congress and Senate and President and still they can't seem to even pass a 4 week CR.     As Chuck Schumer said, attempting to negotiate with Donald is like attempting to negotiate with Jello. 


Based on the Constitution they are unable to pass it without Dems. Rather than just insulting, reading the Constitution would be more adult.

 

Absolutely. And there are some dems in the senate that are for it.  Along with the constitution we have reality..as in looking at the facts shows Trump did this all by himself. He opened daca just to get the taxpayers to pay for an uneeded wall. The master of negotiation in action.  Trump is the one that brought the loaded gun to the table..its just got turned on him. Democrats arent willing to "negotiate"? its exactly what they are doing..Trump style.



Many words, little meaning. It sounds like you are saying that your version of reality trumps the Constitution - not yet. But, come the revolution.....

 

Correction - the President did not "open" DACA, it has been under discussion for quite a while. While negotiation is important, you do not negotiate the Constitution. As such, it is the Congress that must pass the spending legislation as well as the immigration legislation. But it takes Dems as well as Reps to do both.

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@rk9152 wrote:

@afisher wrote:

  The GOP are such whiners.    TThe Republicans control the Congress and Senate and President and still they can't seem to even pass a 4 week CR.     As Chuck Schumer said, attempting to negotiate with Donald is like attempting to negotiate with Jello. 


Based on the Constitution they are unable to pass it without Dems. Rather than just insulting, reading the Constitution would be more adult.

 

Absolutely. And there are some dems in the senate that are for it.  Along with the constitution we have reality..as in looking at the facts shows Trump did this all by himself. He opened daca just to get the taxpayers to pay for an uneeded wall. The master of negotiation in action.  Trump is the one that brought the loaded gun to the table..its just got turned on him. Democrats arent willing to "negotiate"? its exactly what they are doing..Trump style.


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@afisher wrote:

  The GOP are such whiners.    TThe Republicans control the Congress and Senate and President and still they can't seem to even pass a 4 week CR.     As Chuck Schumer said, attempting to negotiate with Donald is like attempting to negotiate with Jello. 


Based on the Constitution they are unable to pass it without Dems. Rather than just insulting, reading the Constitution would be more adult.

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@afisher wrote:

  The GOP are such whiners.    TThe Republicans control the Congress and Senate and President and still they can't seem to even pass a 4 week CR.     As Chuck Schumer said, attempting to negotiate with Donald is like attempting to negotiate with Jello. 


On the BLAME SHUMER thread..there is a snowflake blaming this on shumer from behind the keys lol. 

 

If Trump had left the Dream act ALONE..it wouldnt be an issue.  

From fox, we have the full throated dirty liberals cry, except for the 2 minutes the lone newscaster shows up. (SHEP)

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  The GOP are such whiners.    TThe Republicans control the Congress and Senate and President and still they can't seem to even pass a 4 week CR.     As Chuck Schumer said, attempting to negotiate with Donald is like attempting to negotiate with Jello. 

PRO-LIFE is Affordable Healthcare for ALL .
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lol. whine..and hide from their constituents. My congressman hasnt appeared since his constituents figured out the ACA was that dirty ol Obamacare.
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