• I Don’t Think Everything is Different

    January 26, 2017

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    I am still not getting the “everything is different” argument. Everything seems sort of the same way it always has worked. Sure, the policies are different, but the process is working the same as always. The system is not breaking down.

    Trump was elected by the same electoral system in place for over 200 years. There have been four other elections where the winner of the popular vote lost the Electoral Vote. Sometimes elections are close. Close doesn’t count, popular vote doesn’t win. That’s just the way it is.

    Trump was elected by people who want him to make changes and he has and will continue to do so, like every other president (ex. Carter to Reagan, Bush to Obama.) About half the country, maybe more, will disagree, as usual. The president’s popularity will go up and down and everyone will argue about the statistical methods used. The same party currently controls the Congress and Executive. Nothing unique, happens often in history. The president will try and fill the courts with judges who agree with him. Political appointees will be seeded throughout government. Business as usual.

    Congress has steadfastly chosen not to pass a law that requires the president to release his taxes, and so Trump has not. So maybe somewhat unique, but seriously, you think you’ll find a 1099 form in there for “Misc Espionage Work, Russia?” A yellow sticky saying “Owe money to China, be nice to them?” The taxes have become a strawman argument, something opponents can throw up (likely forever) and then say “See, he won’t release them!” as proof that Trump has something to hide.

    The press can choose for itself what role to play (so far, it is largely that of Chicken Little.) People will protest, sometimes a lot of them at once. Some policies and decisions will work out better than others. Cabinet members will disagree with the president and either be pulled into line, kept as alternate opinions, or fired.

    Any panic that Trump will start a nuke war is based on nothing but fear based on fear; hell, if it makes you feel better, he won’t start a nuclear war because it’ll be bad for his business. On the other hand, the last two presidents started and/or continued plenty of wars. And hey, maybe some reassuring news, Trump has made his first drone strikes, on Yemen, continuing Obama’s policy. He plans to keep Gitmo open, just as Obama did for eight years. He wants to restart torture, like Bush did and Obama silently allowed to pass without prosecutions.

    The only significant thing that seems new is that yes, absolutely, Trump is crude in his manner and speech. We’ll agree is is a pretty lousy human. But he’s in the White House now and that reality has to be dealt with as a reality. If you feel better calling his wife a classless whore and his son autistic, sad for you, but whatever. People are welcome to hate Trump for the person he is, but that is not the same as being terrified of everything that might happen and concluding the Republic is finished. Most of the rest seems stuff people just don’t agree with and which would not have changed under Clinton and they can’t accept that.

    What does seem new is the scary willingness of people, in and out of the press, to make giant leaps of terrified pseudo logic. For example, the people who clapped for Trump at his CIA speech were White House staffers. not CIA –> the CIA hates Trump –> Trump will not accept information from the CIA and/or they won’t provide it –> another 9/11! Seriously?

    The one thing that does seem unique this election is the continuing efforts to believe somehow Trump can be made to “un-win.” So we had Jill Stein’s failed campaign to recount critical states, followed by Michael Moore’s, et al, failed campaign to sway so-called faithless electors to not vote Trump, followed by the IC’s failed campaign to scar Trump as a Russian super agent, followed by the lame hope Congress would not certify the election results, plus Meryl Streep and Madonna’s calls to Les Barricades. Now it is on to the Emoluments Clause with the idea that that will lead to Trump’s impeachment.

    Quick note: since the Republicans control the House for at least two more years, there’s not going to be any impeachment for at least that long.



    Disclaimer: It seems these days any article that does not simply insult and criticize Trump is deemed to be pro-Trump, and, often by extension, racist, sexist, etc. I do not like Trump, I disagree with most of his positions (I am no TPP fan, and I like the idea of disengaging with Syria and negotiating with Putin as needed) and certainly did not vote for him. Please touch in with reality and read critically if you can. Thanks!



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    • Mitch said...

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      Peter..

      Well written….however…..

      I do wish you had Not put this in….

      ” We’ll agree is is a pretty lousy human ”

      Didn’t realize you had met President Trump.

      Because….. If you haven’t…… Isn’t that statement….

      ” to make giant leaps of terrified pseudo logic. ”

      Operating off of news media… Slanted logic…. Which you, yourself, have discounted…. Repeatedly????

      With Trump….. Who knows… He has not even had the job a week.

      Is Trump the ideal President…. Hell No.

      Is he better than the other option…. Hell yes…”flawed “… Mild way to describe Hillary Clinton.

      Is Trump President…. Yes.

      And when even Tom Hanks can say… ” I hope he does such a good job, that I’m voting for his re-election in four years ”

      Perhaps….. That is the approach we should all be taking….

      Rather than the attack of everything…

      I do know… Trump has scared the shit out of the system.
      Which…. I would think…. Is a good thing. And…. Very needed.

      When I first came to your site…. By invitation…… I thought it was middle of the road…. Centrist…. Like me.

      What I have been coming to realize….. Extreme left….

      And right now…..where I’m currently at… Its a few minutes after noon…
      I’m standing on a balcony… Overlooking one of the most beautiful cities I have ever seen….. With a history going back hundreds of years….
      back to wagons, and thatch roofs….. Cobble stone roads… And gargoyles on the roof of the building opposite me…

      And even to the 20th floor….you can smell the char and smoke…. Still see the glitter of broken glass on the sidewalks….
      From the riots over a US election.
      Simply because of “extreme left ” views.

      The same people that wanted… Have demanded…

      ” The one thing that does seem unique this election is the continuing efforts to believe somehow Trump can be made to “un-win.” ”

      I was in this same city… About a week after Obama was elected, the first time….

      Parties….. Yes……. Riots…. No.
      And yes….. That is a comparison.

      And…. As a thought…… It would seem….. Part of what makes a cause…. Leader…. Nation…perhaps even blogger…etc…..

      Is the quality….. Not quantity…… Of its supporters.

      A thought…. One of my personal heroes… Once said….

      ” We’ve become now an oligarchy instead of a democracy. And I think that’s been the worst damage to the basic moral and ethical standards of the American political system that I’ve ever seen in my life. ”

      President Jimmy Carter.

      Maybe…. A little support for a man who may… May…. Have broken that ” oligarchy “….

      Instead of ” pretty lousy human “.

      Touch of history here….
      The American Revolution.

      One of the reasons the British lost….their army… It was trained to fight in city streets…. The neat little rows we have all seen in hundreds of movies, paintings and history books..

      They were trained that way…. To fight the Mobs….
      And those Mobs…. Rioters…. Extremists…… They would go off for any and all reasons…

      Not unlike what we all saw on the TV…. Last weekend… And continues.

      And…. The extremes….. They as a general rule…. Are to be avoided.

      Also….. As a general rule….. Extremists….. They can not be worked with… Negotiated with….

      Extremists…. their way…. Or the highway.

      Here, on your site…. In the last several months…

      I have seen blatant, supported extreme positions on the killing of cops and soliders…. Openly racist comments…etc…personal attacks… (and… Yes… I did some of that, as well. More on that in a moment )

      And…. A LOT of Fear….. And even more Hate.

      Those positions…. They are every bit as wrong… And… Insane…. As Richard Spencer’s thinking.

      Defend their right to say them…. Yes….. Condom them….no.

      And support them….. Oh HELL NO !!!

      Interesting thought for you….

      I’m the introspective type…..always have been.

      And…. As I said…. Middle of the road….orphan… Minority… Raised a child 100% alone, who has turned out fantastic…..law enforcement background …. big into business….. Live on a farm…..but…. Work with and donate to homelessness and lots of “social ” causes.

      I don’t think you will find a better discripition of “middle of the road “…. ” Centrist ”

      But… As I come into contact with… And.. “interact ” with the “extreme left “….

      I find myself becoming more and more defensive…. And going more and more “right “.

      And… I find myself… Lashing out…out of anger at being attacked… Simply because my view is a little different than whoever.

      Which…. I realized… Is why I have always stayed away from forums.
      Think of it like Zuckerburg and Facebook….. He should have put some controls in place….before he created a platform for individuals to create and cause havoc too.
      After all…. Look how many bizarre fights.. Stories… Killings have happened from that “social media ” platform.

      Back in high school and college….

      We called this cause and effect.

      Just a thought for you.

      Good luck.

      Mitch

      01/26/17 6:56 AM | Comment Link

    • Mitch said...

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      Timing…. Really is… Everything.

      “. BELLWETHER Media price of admission: You can’t riot while working
      Jan 26, 2017 6:50 AM EST

      The first time I got a press credential, in the mid-1970s, my boss made sure I knew having it was a privilege, not a right. Dont do anything that will make me ashamed of you, he warned. Ive kept those words in mind over the past 40 years, though I might not always have lived up to the standard he set. Its something the current crop of young journalists might want to ponder.

      Since then I have covered wars, riots, trials and crime scenes, always reminding myself that I was a spectator, not a participant. In Poland, I was chased down by riot police who didnt care that I was a reporter. I was in the wrong place at the wrong time and paid for it.

      In El Salvador, I came upon the bodies of six Jesuit priests, two of whom I knew well, who had been murdered hours before. I wrote the story, and kept my personal feelings out of it.

      So when I read that as many as six journalists had been detained and charged with felonies during riots in Washington D.C., on the day Donald Trump became president, the first question I had was: were they taking pictures or taking part?

      Two of those detained were described in news stories as journalist and activist. I dont know if that is accurate, but I do know that its not possible to be both at the same time. A journalist who uses his or her credentials to gain access to an event — whether its a speech, a battlefield or a protest march gives up the right to be part of the action. You cant riot while youre working and expect your press pass to protect you.

      Steven Nelson of U.S. News was covering the protests near 12th and L Street, where windows were being smashed and at least one vehicle set ablaze, when he realized the group he was in had been hemmed in by the DC police.

      I was not allowed to leave the group that had been detained, Nelson told me. After an hour, two local NBC reporters were allowed to leave after their boss called a lieutenant, and I was too. I think I just lucked out. Nelson told me he was wearing his press credential and tried to identify himself as a reporter. Many of the rioters were dressed in black. Nelson was wearing a button down blue shirt and a pea-coat.

      I wasnt there, so I dont know what happened. It sounds like Nelson was carrying out his job, not his right to protest. I do know you cant do both at the same time. Nelson says he was hit with pepper spray fired into the crowd. Well, a reporter who puts himself in a dangerous situation may pay a price. A press badge wont ward off pepper gas. Thats not a violation of the First Amendment. Its bad luck, and maybe a lesson learned.

      Carlos Laura, the senior Americas program coordinator for the Committee to Protect Journalists, knows that reporters take risks. When they cover this stuff, they accept the fact that some of these protests will turn ugly. But its a different thing for them to face these excessive charges. The U.S. Attorneys Office in D.C. says its looking over each charge individually, and will decide how to proceed on a case-by-case basis.

      Journalists arent very popular these days. President Trump says he has a running war with the Fourth Estate. And news organizations have returned the favor, with almost unremittingly negative coverage and comments.

      Hows that working out for everyone? A Gallup poll late last year showed fewer than a third of the country has a great deal or fair amount of trust in the news media.

      Those who are fortunate enough to make their living in this profession cannot simultaneously exercise their First Amendment rights with abandon, and expect to be considered objective. Most pilots know better than to drink before they climb into the cockpit though liquor is legal. Journalists have the same right to free speech as the rest of the country. Just not while they’re working. “

      01/26/17 7:24 AM | Comment Link

    • Rich Bauer said...

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      Some things remain the same : the US is stilll the dumbest country on the planet. Mitch, still waiting to see Saudi AQ central in the list of dangerous countries:

      Here’s a rundown of the countries and the U.S. interventions there:

      IRAN: Iran was the site of a 1953 coup that was assisted by the CIA. The coup brought the Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi to power — a dictator who ruled the country until his overthrow in the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Following that revolution, the United States government supported Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein’s war on Iran, even as he used chemical weapons against Iranians. In 1988, the U.S. Navy also mistakenly shot down an Iranian civilian airliner, killing all 290 people on board. More recently, Iran was subjected to one of the world’s first state-sponsored cyberattacks, as the Stuxnet virus was deployed against its nuclear program.
      IRAQ: Four presidents in a row have bombed Iraq. After a decade of brutal sanctions that primarily harmed Iraq’s civil society, rather than its government leadership, the U.S.-led invasion in 2003 has led to hundreds of thousands of deaths, and the resulting destabilization has made Iraq the “world capital of terrorism.”
      LIBYA: From 1986 air strikes to the 2011 military intervention to more recent attacks against ISIS camps in Libya, the country has almost continually been a site of U.S. military actions. Some of the refugees fleeing the country have said they would rather “die at sea” than return to their country.
      SOMALIA: Somalia has been one of the focal points of the drone war, and U.S. support for the Ethiopian invasion of the country did little to help stabilize a territory that is in perpetual humanitarian crisis.
      SUDAN: In 1998, the U.S. blew up the Al-Shifa pharmaceutical plant, which manufactured over half of the country’s pharmaceutical products. Although the attack was supposedly aimed at Osama bin Laden’s terrorist network, no such link ever emerged.
      SYRIA: The U.S. and other countries have been supporting rebel groups in Syria’s civil war for years. The U.S. is also targeting ISIS and other extreme groups in an extensive air-war campaign. Violence on all sides has led to millions of Syrians fleeing the country, fomenting the worst refugee crisis in modern times.
      YEMEN: Yemen is another ground zero for the drone war. The U.S. has also played a functional role in supporting the Saudi-led intervention into the country’s civil war, which has left over 10,000 dead and has millions facing starvation — and led to a resurgence of anti-American terrorist groups that the drone war was supposed to be curtailing.
      And consider that Iran, where al Qaeda, ISIS, and other anti-American terrorist organizations have no significant foothold, is included — but Saudi Arabia, where 15 of the 9/11 hijackers came from and which has been a funding source for extremist groups, is not included.

      Don’t want to piss off Trumps RICH pals.

      01/26/17 7:55 AM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      Wow, Trump is Droning! Is there a “New Improved Dem.” group against this?!!! Welcome Drone King II. Terror Inc

      01/26/17 9:37 AM | Comment Link

    • starknakedtruth said...

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      Two words: Thank you.

      01/26/17 9:46 AM | Comment Link

    • John Poole said...

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      Bauer wants the US to implode perhaps to redeem himself in the eyes of those who sense his fleeing from the USA was cowardly. Pitch also wants the USA to tank. I’m hoping for a soft landing ala the late British Empire (no one refers to the UK as great today). The Clinton supporters want the US tank under Trump. I disagree with PVB. Things are different this time. Tens of millions want a sitting POTUS to fail. Not even Nixon had as many haters.

      01/26/17 9:50 AM | Comment Link

    • Rich Bauer said...

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      Mitch? Quick, somebody call Mitch’s retirement home and see if he fell down and can’t get up.

      01/26/17 9:51 AM | Comment Link

    • Rich Bauer said...

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      JP. Check the room next to you to see if Mitch is still breathing.

      01/26/17 10:12 AM | Comment Link

    • Rich Bauer said...

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      Why won’t Trumpie put Saudi the home of AQ on the dangerous list? The same reason he won’t critique Ras Putin. If he can make a buck he will fuck US every time.

      01/26/17 10:17 AM | Comment Link

    • John Poole said...

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      Maybe Trump will find a way to block all expatriates internet service to the states. Bauer you’re going to have too much time on your hands. Why not be join the team and want to make America great again or has your bitterness numbed you to positive action?

      01/26/17 11:49 AM | Comment Link

    • Bruce said...

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      N.0.W. they’re 0ut; to Teh BARACKADE$ (henceforth)!

      01/26/17 12:47 PM | Comment Link

    • bloodypitchfork said...

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      John Poole said…
      “Pitch also wants the USA to tank.”

      Wants??? Hahahaha! This country tanked a long time ago schmuck.

      “Maybe Trump will find a way to block all expatriates internet service to the states”

      By all means.. let’s make Murkia equal to North Korea.

      “Why not be join the team and want to make America great again ….”

      MAGA??? Hahahahahahahaha…

      ummm…looks like the entire State Department senior management didn’t buy that bullshit either…

      https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/josh-rogin/wp/2017/01/26/the-state-departments-entire-senior-management-team-just-resigned/?utm_term=.e655ce7b87b2

      01/26/17 12:53 PM | Comment Link

    • bloodypitchfork said...

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      Peter said:
      “Everything seems sort of the same way it always has worked. Sure, the policies are different, but the process is working the same as always. The system is not breaking down.”

      Hahahahahahaha!

      Ya mean like this….

      quote”Kennedy and three of his top officials resigned unexpectedly, four State Department officials confirmed. Assistant Secretary of State for Administration Joyce Anne Barr, Assistant Secretary of State for Consular Affairs Michele Bond and Ambassador Gentry O. Smith, director of the Office of Foreign Missions, followed him out the door. All are career foreign service officers who have served under both Republican and Democratic administrations.”

      Insert two rolling eyes smiley here.

      01/26/17 12:58 PM | Comment Link

    • bloodypitchfork said...

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      Gee, next thing you know other countries Presidents will middle finger Trump…er… wait..

      http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2017/01/26/donald-trump-mexico-enrique-pena-nieto-wall/97079306/

      01/26/17 1:02 PM | Comment Link

    • Rich Bauer said...

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      Mitch, please come back. It’s okay if you were wrong about the camelfucking Saudi royalty and Dons lip service to them. Kochsuckers are only in it for the money.

      01/26/17 1:03 PM | Comment Link

    • Rich Bauer said...

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      Melanie, the money is not worth it.

      01/26/17 1:04 PM | Comment Link

    • bloodypitchfork said...

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      Peter said:
      “What does seem new is the scary willingness of people, in and out of the press, to make giant leaps of terrified pseudo logic.

      Hahahahahahahahahahaha… ya mean like this…

      https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/speaking-of-science/wp/2017/01/26/the-doomsday-clock-just-moved-again-its-now-two-and-a-half-minutes-to-midnight/?utm_term=.c979525e06d6

      Inside trader tip goes viral…

      “invest in Underground Bomb Shelter companies.. or buy up ICBM silo’s…immediately.”

      01/26/17 1:12 PM | Comment Link

    • Rich Bauer said...

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      CIA Senior Management when asked if it would resign instead of talking illegal orders from a lunatic was non committal but did admit it sold itself too many times like a cheap hooker on Heroin and the money was to good to pass.

      01/26/17 1:15 PM | Comment Link

    • Rich Bauer said...

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      Mitch is too busy establishing another identity so he can post here without the ridicule. Poole, take notice.

      01/26/17 1:18 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      Speak the Truth. TY Tulsi Gabbard.

      01/26/17 2:18 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      How will the Clinton Dems react to Tulsi meeting with Assad? They need to plan ahead. We need a women in the White House like Gabbard Not Clinton. Wake up.

      01/26/17 2:25 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      If the DNC was not crooked, Tulsi could have been the first women vp.

      01/26/17 2:27 PM | Comment Link

    • John Poole said...

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      Pitch- your insides must be scooped out. Your bitterness is too easy- It is way too easy to be cynical. Oh, and by the way Patrick Kennedy should be in prison. He lied to the FBI and to many congressional committees. He gets my award for the sleaziest State department employee of the past nine years and that includes Hillary. He knows all the dark secrets so expect a book out in five yeas- partially truthful but mainly just more of his deception.

      01/26/17 3:10 PM | Comment Link

    • Kyzl Orda said...

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      Here is a Dave Barry “I’m not making it up” moment:

      Patrick “I know where the bodies are buried” Kennedy has resigned. Of course, the Post is acting like this is a bad thing, that the guy who among other things is connected to ordering USG employees to pick up bullets at an investigation site in Iraq for the purpose of interfering with a US court case and other non-professional activities, is leaving because of the Donald.

      Kennedy can always go work for the mafia

      01/26/17 3:13 PM | Comment Link

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      01/26/17 3:13 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      Did any of those unemployed defend Peter Van Buren?

      01/26/17 3:59 PM | Comment Link

    • StarkNakedTruth said...

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      Chuck said…

      “Did any of those unemployed defend Peter Van Buren?

      I’m willing to wager–probably not.

      01/26/17 4:23 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      Oh my god ! Will Trump allow water boarding? Dems. we need to stop this. R’s join in. How many of those who promoted and tored are in jail because of Drone King I ? Why were the Torture Reports put into the Obama Library, not to be opened for twelve years? Why O Why ? If Ellison does not win the DNC post , the D’s are over. I think Clinton thinks she can run, and others. “We Came, We saw, He Died (cackle)”.

      01/26/17 4:24 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      Did any of the state people support Clinton, or John Kiriakou ?

      01/26/17 4:30 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      Wasserman/Shultz 2020 (off to take meds.!)

      01/26/17 4:33 PM | Comment Link

    • rich bauer said...

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      Yo, Mitch, things are always sunny in Saudi:

      http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/01/suicide-bombers-blow-saudi-arabia-170121075722150.html

      When Saudi AQ blow up one of Trump’s hotels, maybe THEN he will place the sandpit on the shit list.

      01/26/17 4:42 PM | Comment Link

    • Kyzl Orda said...

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      Chuck,

      Yes, Patrick “I need a favour” Kennedy is reported to have leaned on the FBI to remove classification headers on Clinton’s State email scandal so she wouldnt be guilty of mishandling classified material. He was involved in the murky Benghazi scandal, too.

      https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/i-need-a-favor-fbi-official-at-center-of-alleged-clinton-email-quid-pro-quo-speaks-out/2016/10/18/dd872948-9538-11e6-9b7c-57290af48a49_story.html?utm_term=.adaef9efba0e

      01/26/17 5:10 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      Rich, How much does the Clinton Foundation get or did get, from the House of Saud? Why?!

      01/26/17 5:12 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      If the price of land drops big time, will Trump Co. buy?! Will Obama get millions to push TPP ? Will I quit asking questions? Work for the people…

      01/26/17 5:14 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      (land prices in Mexico)

      01/26/17 5:15 PM | Comment Link

    • Rich Bauer said...

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      Chuck, nothing has really changed, has it?

      The theme today is not everything is different.

      The WALL STREET WAR PARTY Is still in power.

      Only the names have changed to fool the stupid—-that’s US.

      Good thing we finished the buildings in New York.

      01/26/17 5:20 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      Looking “Forward” to PVB words regarding The State Dept.. Thanks for all you do PVB.

      01/26/17 5:23 PM | Comment Link

    • Rich Bauer said...

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      Peas brain.

      01/26/17 5:24 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      TY Kyzl. Educate, etc.!

      01/26/17 5:31 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      Chuck Todd of Meet The Press is bought and paid for.

      01/26/17 5:47 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      Wage Peace…

      01/26/17 5:48 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      “Change We Can Believe In”. The u.s. is Hollywood. The film is failing, no matter what. Your Fired if you don’t help the people!

      01/26/17 5:53 PM | Comment Link

    • Rich Bauer said...

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      Starting a blog Not Everything is Different, just Trumps Reality to chronicle the lunatic world of Donald Trump.

      Today’s article “Donald Visits the City of Brotherly Love and gets a new herpes”

      “Right now, too many families don’t feel secure. Just look at the 30 largest cities. In the last year alone, the murder rate has increased by an estimated 14 percent. Here in Philadelphia the murder rate has been steady, I mean just, terribly increasing.” Oops got tangled up in a fact, shit.

      The most accurate interpretation of his remarks about Philadelphia would be to say the murder rate last year was steady. That is correct: in 2015, the murder rate was about 17.86 per 100,000 residents, according to a calculation using police statistics and census data. In 2016, it was about 17.41 per 100,000 residents.

      01/26/17 6:14 PM | Comment Link

    • Rich Bauer said...

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      THAT is where Mitch is. Getting himself some brotherly love. Another undercover brother.

      01/26/17 6:17 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      Thank you Tulsi Gabbard ! Nice interview on Msnbc now.

      01/26/17 6:25 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      Next up, Fox News!

      01/26/17 6:26 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      Who backed PM May, and sorry, I am ignorant, but where did she come from?! Let’s have May Day soon! Only a few months !

      01/26/17 6:29 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      Fox news…Scotish Problem? Don’t fuck with me. Peas…!

      01/26/17 6:33 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      Have a nice day, and thank you.

      01/26/17 6:35 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      The MIC and Hollywood will ramp up propaganda. Rocky 10. 911 Heroes. Bldg. 7 ? Funding Osama Bin Laden against The Ruskies years ago? We were for it before we were against it. MIC Profits, and terror.

      01/26/17 6:39 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      #1 (repeat)

      01/26/17 6:40 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      Obama quote, “Exceptional”.

      01/26/17 6:40 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      What about killing by Drones Democrats? Why did you allow it? Exceptionalism?

      01/26/17 6:44 PM | Comment Link

    • chuck said...

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      Trump may have killed people with drones in recent days. How sad. War Criminal? “Yes We Scan”.

      01/26/17 6:46 PM | Comment Link

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