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  • Israel "ueber alles" ...   5 days 2 hours ago

    A rather long interview but well worth your time. Well, so I think.

    https://theintercept.com/2018/05/20/norman-finkelstein-gaza-iran-israel-jerusalem-embassy/

    BLACKLISTED ACADEMIC NORMAN FINKELSTEIN ON GAZA, “THE WORLD’S LARGEST CONCENTRATION CAMP”

    Jeremy Scahill

    May 20 2018, 5:00 a.m.

    ISRAEL HAS ONCE again conducted a premeditated, full-scale massacre in broad daylight, in front of the cameras of the world. Once again, it took place in Gaza.

  • The Steady Gentrification of the Left   5 days 13 hours ago

    When George W Bush took office in 2001 ,Americas debt was just under 5 trillion dollars and falling. By the time Bush and his neo cons were booted out of office, he and his right wing buddies had run up Americas debt to 11.5 trillion dollars and climbing and that didn't include 3 trillion in war debt, that George W and his republican pals deliberately kept off the 'books'.. During the Republican 8 year reign, from 2001 till Jan 2009, the right wing nearly economically destroyed America and the world, plunging us all into what would have been histories greatest most destructive world wide depression.

    It all started with the collapse the right wing orchestrated unregulated housing market. that found most Americans holding mortgages now worth double the newly appraised housing value and that's only if they were lucky enough not to be one of the millions being foreclosed on and finding themselves on the curb homeless with their belongings.

    Then of course under Bush the right wing had through deregulation steered the banking sector into self destruction , on the verge of taking down the American economy and the rest of the world with it. Add to this Wall Street stock market then at 600 was on its knees and near collapse.

    Then there was 50 million Americans with no health care , 35 thousand uninsured Americans needlessly dying each year of treatable illness, while multi million dollar CEO's of HMO corporations with right wing blessing, were allowed to cherry pick the US population for the best profits.

    Americas 3 big auto makers were on the verge of bankruptcy ,destroying 3 million auto sector jobs. The banks , the car makers and Wall Street only surviving because they received hundreds of billions in cash transfusions from American tax payer , no string attached. Americans now shown proof of the reality in the old saying of "capitalism for the poor, socialism for the rich", just the opposite that the scolding corporate media continually shoves in the face of frustrated Americans.

    By the time it was almost all over as Bush was being shown the door by the American voters, the US economy was circling the drain , 800 thousand Americans were losing their jobs each month and America was mired in 2 costly needless neo con unwinnable wars, that would in the end kill over one million 3 hundred thousand civilians and 8 thousand US servicemen , destabilize a whole Mid East region , that would ultimately see rise the fanatical thugs called ISIS and leave America the world image of a torture state.

    So in the following years, how did Americans punish, spank , the Republicans for their incompetence, their corruption and their down right stupidity? Why they re-elected them in even greater numbers, till both the House and the Senate were chock full of right wingers, each rewarded handsomely with yearly salaries averaging a quarter of a million dollars , including perks, free health care, lavish pensions and whose first order of business would be to usher in a 'do nothing ' Obama obstructionist 8 year strike , refusing to earn that near quarter million a year they were each being paid.

    But this time these right wingers were even crazier than the last bunch, if that could even be possible. Now in 2016 the 'new' Republicans sporting the likes of Donald Trump their front runner, Canadian born Ted Cruz and tiny Marco Rubio with the worst attendance record in government, are again threatening to take the reigns of government and do it all over again , but this time it will be even scarier than last.

    I'm sorry, but Americans really are the stupidest fu***** electorate on the planet

    That was written back in the spring of 2016 , long before Donald Trump would assume the presidency and America decided to double down on their stupidity.

  • The Steady Gentrification of the Left   5 days 18 hours ago

    IF TODAYS KIDS ONLY KNEW

    From the tumblr of Marvel Comics editor Tom Breevort comes this edition of the classic column Stan's Soapbox, in which Stan Lee lets loose on the evils of bigotry. At this time when efforts at inclusion from the major publishers often face vocal pushback from those with less forward-thinking viewpoints, it's important to remember that Marvel is based on a foundation of progressivism, whether it's the X-Men's underlying metaphor for society's animosity towards The Other or Captain America's FDR-inspired brand of New Deal liberalism.

    WRITTEN 50 years ago by Stan Lee now 95 years old.

    Let’s lay it right on the line. Bigotry and racism are among the deadliest social ills plaguing the world today. But, unlike a team of costumed super-villains, they can’t be halted with a punch in the snoot, or a zap from a ray gun. The only way to destroy them is to expose them – to reveal them for the insidious evils they really are. The bigot is an unreasoning hater – one who hates blindly, fanatically, indiscriminately. If his hang-up is black men, he hates ALL black men. If a redhead once offended him, he hates ALL redheads. If some foreigner beat him to a job, he’s down on ALL foreigners. He hates people he’s never seen – people he’s never known – with equal intensity – with equal venom. Now, we’re not trying to say it’s unreasonable for one human being to bug another. But, although anyone has the right to dislike another individual, it’s totally irrational, patently insane to condemn an entire race – to despise an entire nation – to vilify an entire religion. Sooner or later, we must learn to judge each other on our own merits. Sooner or later, if man is ever to be worthy of his destiny, we must fill out hearts with tolerance. For then, and only then, will we be truly worthy of the concept that man was created in the image of God – a God who calls us ALL – His children.

    Pax et Justitia,
    Stan.

  • The Steady Gentrification of the Left   5 days 19 hours ago

    THEIR DAYS are NUMBERED and THEY KNOW IT

    Interesting reading from SIX YEARS ago.

    2012. For Republicans struggling to understand their defeat at the polls, the most chilling statistic in this week’s presidential election was this: Mitt Romney won the biggest share of the white vote that any Republican White House contender ever has — and he still lost.

    In an election battle that was defined as much as anything by race, Mitt Romney won the support of 59 per cent of whites, but just 27 per cent of Latinos, 26 per cent of Asian-Americans and 6 per cent of African-Americans.

    Thirty years ago, being unpopular with ethnic minorities would hardly have stopped a white establishment candidate like Romney from trouncing Barack Obama. But back then, whites accounted for almost 90 per cent of voters. Now they make up just 72 per cent of the electorate, and that figure is shrinking by the year.

    The evidence of this demographic timebomb, which is likely to alter the face and character of the U.S. far more fundamentally than any number of elections, was made plain in the summer in a new report by the U.S. Census Bureau.

    It revealed that for the first time in American history, ethnic minorities now account for more than half the babies born in the U.S.

    Of the four million children born in the year to July 2011, 50.4 per cent were ethnic minorities — black, Asian, mixed-race and, above all, Hispanic.

    It was a long-expected milestone on the road to an America in which, according to experts, within 30 years whites will no longer be the majority.

    Rather, the U.S. will boast 130 million Hispanics, more than the current population of Mexico. Among under 18-year-olds, whites will become a minority as early as 2019.

    Liberals wedded to a multi-ethnic future insist it will be an opportunity to reinvigorate the U.S., creating a more diversified, open-minded and 21st century country.

    At the other extreme are conservatives who believe the ‘death’ of white America spells cultural, economic and political doom for their country, and an end to the values of self-sufficiency that made their country great. And in between the two extremes are most rank-and-file Americans, who understand that the U.S. needs new blood if it is to avoid Japan and Europe’s economic nightmare of an ageing population, but who are worried by the implications of what has been dubbed the ‘browning’ of the U.S.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2230215/Death-white-America-How-US-adapt-millions-black-Hispanic-voters-Obama-power.html#ixzz5G5Hb7E4t
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  • Poor & Middle Class "GOP" Voters: Exactly WHAT PLANET are you living on?   5 days 19 hours ago

    Could this be Trumps edge, part of his base that put him in power.

    SEVEN per cent of Americans — about 16 million people — believe chocolate milk comes from brown cows.

    Nearly half of them, 48 per cent, didn’t know where chocolate milk came from at all.

    A new survey by milk industry body Innovation Center of US Dairy uncovered the startling statistics in a survey of more than 1000 American adults.

    NOW comes the really funny part' news.com.au 'where I read this, is an Australian news site owned by NEWSCORP . Yup RUPERT MURDOCH of FOX NEWS, is ratting you out to the world America. Americans are the dumbest fucking bunch on the planet.

    http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/food/eat/nearly-half-of-american-dont-know-where-chocolate-milk-comes-from-and-7-per-cent-think-it-comes-from-brown-cows/news-story/ee6d7393172979cb381345332b5c2861

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/News.com.au

  • The Steady Gentrification of the Left   5 days 20 hours ago

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  • Poor & Middle Class "GOP" Voters: Exactly WHAT PLANET are you living on?   6 days 2 hours ago

    Oceanbreeze, are you sure you packed it all in? LOL. Loved the effort, though. One of the surest way to ding the crowd in the WH is to take their snarls and snarky statements and use them at their expense. Take Chief of Staff, retired Marine General John Kelly. He let slip one day a comment about the work habits, or lack of 'em in his quick studied opinion, very quick evidently. Commenting about the DACA folks who couldn't get in on the program as the administration was doing all it could to kill it, he blamed people for being too lazy to get off their dupas if they found themselves left off. Interesting choice of words and can easily be applied to so many of Trump's biggest supporters who refuse to even move their fingers out of whatever muscular activity it takes to keep their fingers from dialing FNC. Or my Gawd, pick up a paper longer than a local grocery "shopper" filled with as little news as possible. Good heavens, shared stories of misery that aren't fake! How you communicate what this lack of valuable info is doing to their ability to make sounder political choices, I'm not sure because sensitivity is paramount here. No sense in rolling down an "empty barrel" down a quiet street at night in many one-street rural towns were Trump crushed the Dems. We have to use our smarts, or the ones we think we have in spades over the "deplorables" who ate our lunch in November 16.

    One such idea, and this is a long shot, is to bone up on Stephanie Skelton (Bernie Sanders' advisor) and top shelf economist who wants to promote a guaranteed job policy. This is how you kill the empty barrels. You talk about WORK, a word they think we've long forgotten. The Repubs won't know what hit them when they see you're capable of taking their lunch, too.

  • Poor & Middle Class "GOP" Voters: Exactly WHAT PLANET are you living on?   6 days 3 hours ago

    The SIX CORPORATE MEDIA EMPIRES tried but couldn't block the wave of enthusiastic Obama voters, he won inspite of the billionaires who control and dominate the US media. Then he let most of them down by turning out to not being a liberal at all. Instead he hired right wing hard liners to populate a majority of important posts. Gave the drug companies unconditional authority to charge whatever they wanted. He opted NOT to give Americans the choice of the government run Medicare extension as a health care answer, instead propping up Americas obscene 'for profit private health care system' with hundreds of billions in tax payer dollars. He gave the billionaire run banks and Wall Street a trillion dollars of tax payers money with no oversite or strings attached. He then proceded to destroy Libya, sponsor the Saudi war against Yemen, destroy Libya kill its leader and carry out an illegal Drone program in a dozen countries , killing 9 out of 10 innocent bystanders in of its strikes. He ordered the killing of a controversial American muslim Anwar al-Awlaki and his son Abdulrahman al-Awlaki, the16-year-old American boy as he sat drinking coffee in a cafe.

  • Poor & Middle Class "GOP" Voters: Exactly WHAT PLANET are you living on?   6 days 3 hours ago

    The only government the hardline right wing want is one comprised of the theocracy, the oligarchs and the military ALL counterproductive to a modern day progressive 21st century citizenry.

  • Banding Together for the Common Good   6 days 16 hours ago

    If it weren't for cooperation and collaborative problem-solving, we wouldn't be here today. Now we are at a profound impass. It is just as important as when we climbed down out of the tree limbs and began to walk upright on the African Savannah. We have everything we need to move on. The question is, will we and can we?

  • Poor & Middle Class "GOP" Voters: Exactly WHAT PLANET are you living on?   6 days 21 hours ago

    Coalage3 The blog obviously refers to the Trump Base not the swing voters

  • Poor & Middle Class "GOP" Voters: Exactly WHAT PLANET are you living on?   6 days 21 hours ago

    I think a lot of the poor and middle class base of the Greedy Old Pukes(GOP) are the single issue voters God, Guns, Racisum and Hate dominate their choses of who they vote for.

  • Postal Service   1 week 6 hours ago

    All Postal Services were once a vital part of each Nation and its peoples. When it was such it was a highly prized and very respectable job. Private enterprise over the years has demeaned and cheapened the value of the service and thus too the workers within the industry. This trend continues to this day. The calibre of worker is consistent with the disregard and demeaning of the service. Do my Essay

  • Democrats Should Steal Trump's Thunder on Trade   1 week 1 day ago

    “Now back in 1927 an American socialist, Norman Thomas, six times candidate for president on the Socialist Party ticket, said the American people would never vote for socialism. But he said under the name of liberalism the American people will adopt every fragment of the socialist program.”

    Ronald Reagan

    "I ask, Sir, what is the militia? It is the whole people. To disarm the people is the best and most effectual way to enslave them."

    George Mason, Co-author of the Second Amendment, during Virginia's Convention to Ratify the Constitution, 1788

  • Israel "ueber alles" ...   1 week 1 day ago

    I’m two or three days late. I forgot to check the entry from Eduardo Galeano’s “Children of the Days” for May 14th. Here it is...

    May 14

    SOMEONE ELSE’S DEBT

    On this day in 1948 the state of Israel was born.

    Within a few months, more than eight hundred thousand Palestinians had been deported and more than five hundred of their villages had been turned to rubble.

    Those villages, where olive, fig, almond and other fruit trees grew, now lie buried under highways, shopping malls and amusement parks. They are dead and unnamed on the map rechristened by the Government Names Committee.

    Not much of Palestine is left. The two thousand years of persecution suffered by the Jewish people was invoked to justify this implacable gluttony, complete with property titles granted by the Bible.

    Persecuting Jews had always been a European sport. Now the Palestinians are paying the bill.

    Page 148, Children of the Days by Eduardo Galeano.

    And an essay...

    Below I’ve pasted the last paragraphs from a blistering, factual essay. Click on the link to read all of it, from the beginning. Sometimes I wish for extraordinary powers, particularly right now I’d like the power to lock Adelson, Dershowitz, the Koch brothers and Murdock together in a cage, isolated and with no contact with the outside world. OK, no more wishful dreaming, the final paragraphs of the essay…

    https://www.counterpunch.org/2018/05/18/the-donald-vlad-and-the-bibi/

    [QUOTE]

    MAY 18, 2018

    The Donald, Vlad, and the Bibi

    by ANDREW LEVINE

    +++++

    Israeli meddling is so extensive that, for all practical purposes, it transcends the ordinary kind. Directly and through the offices of powerful lobbies representing both Jewish and Christian Zionists, the Israeli government and the larger Zionist movement effectively own the American political class – all of it, left, right (especially right!) and center.

    Netanyahu himself is too corrupt, and has been in power too long, for most Israelis, including the vilest among them, to hold him in high regard. American politicians, on the other hand, let him ride roughshod over them as a matter of course.

    It was largely to please him and the American plutocrats who support him – and also to please that other anti-Iranian miscreant, Mohammed bin Salman, the Crown Prince and de facto leader of Saudi Arabia – that Trump scuttled the deal with Iran that the United States, along with Great Britain, France, Germany, China and Russia, painstakingly concluded three years ago.

    This folly may go over well with Zionists of the Sheldon Adelson sort, and with America’s death merchants (“defense” industry executives), but it is the stupidest and most self-destructive “achievement” of American diplomacy in living memory.

    When it goes sour, will Netanyahu be villainized in anything like the way that Putin now is? Don’t count on it. Hell will freeze over before a mainstream Democrat or Republican will have a bad word to say about the Bibster. Corporate media will follow suit; it always does.

    Public opinion, however, is catching on. Notwithstanding the deafening corporate media silence about Israeli atrocities in Gaza, throughout the West Bank and in Israel itself, the news is getting through and changing Americans’ minds.

    With the Israel Defense Force, the IDF, mowing down unarmed protestors with live ammunition, murdering many scores of Palestinians and wounding hundreds, if not thousands, more, it is impossible to keep the American public and the publics of other nations entirely in the dark.

    And so, Israel continues to lose support all over the world, including in those countries without which the Zionist project could not be sustained: the United States, Europe, and the former White Dominions of the British Empire.

    Worse still, for the Zionist establishment, liberal Zionists in the United States and elsewhere have been increasingly losing, when not expressly rejecting, their erstwhile Zionist sympathies.

    This is only to be expected. From a liberal point of view, the very idea of an ethnocratic settler state is problematic at best. Liberal democracies are states of their citizens, not of tribes or ethnic groups or religious communities. A state cannot really be both Jewish and democratic — especially when implanted into a territory taken over from another people not all of whom have been or can be ethnically cleansed away.

    For a long time, though, it was possible to gloss over the contradictions inherent in the idea; to think of what is essentially a Herrenvolk democracy, a democracy for a master race, as a democracy plain and simple – the only one in the Middle East.

    It was also possible to call the Israel Defense Forces “the most moral army in the world” without choking on those words as they were spoken.

    However, with the passage of time, and in light of the illiberal, indeed reactionary, ways that the Zionist project has evolved, these illusions and contradictions have become too glaring to ignore.

    Younger Jews especially are dropping away — to the horror of Netanyahu and those who think like him.

    Their reaction is not unreasonable: with the Palestinian resistance movement taking a non-violent but still unflinchingly militant turn, Netanyahu et. al. feel more “existentially threatened” than usual. In light of Israel’s increasingly evident moral bankruptcy, that sentiment is becoming more justified than it used to be.

    What else could explain their extreme hostility to the BDS (boycott, divestment, sanctions) movement, a quintessentially non-violent form of solidarity politics, emanating out of Palestinian civil society, and growing by leaps and bounds throughout the Western world.

    ***

    Putin is playing a game of Realpolitik; doing what he can with the hand he has been dealt; Netanyahu is doing all he can to draw the United States into a very stupid war with potentially catastrophic consequences.

    In view of the role Iran’s nuclear program plays in Netanyahu’s machinations, it is relevant that the country he leads has had the bomb for many decades, by some accounts more than two hundred of them — a point that corporate media routinely fail to mention.

    It bears mention too that, thanks to American largesse, Israel is armed to the teeth with conventional weapons. and that, after the United States, Israel is the most bellicose country on earth. Like the United States, it goes to war, more often than not, to maintain the “credibility” of its armed forces.

    No doubt one reason for Netanyahu’s hostility towards Iran is that more than a decade ago, Hezbollah, backed by Iran, successfully fought the IDF to a standstill in Lebanon, humiliating it for all the world to see. Similarly, the hostage crisis in the early days of the Iranian Revolution still helps sustain American opposition to Iran.

    But geopolitical considerations, as understood by the main protagonists, matter more.

    Were Putin to have his way, at least some of the comparatively stable Middle Eastern world that George W. Bush broke could be put back together – with Syria and Iraq becoming forces for stability, not disorder.

    Were Netanyahu to have his way, and the wishes of the larger Israeli Right to be fulfilled, we would get what we now have — an anti-Iranian “axis of evil,” comprised of Israel and Saudi Arabia, formerly two of the most unlikely allies on the planet, and Trump’s America.

    It didn’t used to be this way, and it doesn’t have to be this way now. However, with Trump enabling Netanyahu, this is how it is.

    And so, at his behest, America and the world stand on the brink of disaster – with Putin’s Russia no longer able, and Trump’s America no longer willing, to call back the dogs of war, keep murder and mayhem at bay, and let reason prevail.

    [UNQUOTE]

    Andrew Levine

    Author of "Political Keywords" and "The American Ideology"

    Andrew Levine's recent books include Political Keywords (2007), The American Ideology (2004), A Future for Marxism? (2003) and Engaging Political Philosophy: Hobbes to Rawls (2001). He taught philosophy for many years at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and was, more recently, a Research Professor of Philosophy at the University of Maryland-College Park. He is currently a Senior Scholar at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington D.C.

  • YES there was MASSIVE COLLUSION   1 week 1 day ago
    Quote zapdam.:

    WAITING to be SLAUGHTERED

    IF you're watching any other sources of todays news other than corporate Americas , you'll see today May 14th 2018 alone , over 52 unarmed Palestinian protesters have been shot dead and 300 wounded by Israeli SNIPERS. Palestinians so overwhelmed with utter despair of their oppressive situation and now the American hard right government under Donald Trump opening an US Embassy in Jerusalem, that they'd stand in front of Netanyahu snipers and wait to be randomly slaughtered. The seven week protest death toll so far as of today is over one hundred with over 7000 wounded.

    https://www.democracynow.org/shows/2018/5/11

    I’m two or three days late. I forgot to check the entry from Eduardo Galeano’s “Children of the Days” for May 14th. Here it is:

    May 14

    SOMEONE ELSE’S DEBT

    On this day in 1948 the state of Israel was born.

    Within a few months, more than eight hundred thousand Palestinians had been deported and more than five hundred of their villages had been turned to rubble.

    Those villages, where olive, fig, almond and other fruit trees grew, now lie buried under highways, shopping malls and amusement parks. They are dead and unnamed on the map rechristened by the Government Names Committee.

    Not much of Palestine is left. The two thousand years of persecution suffered by the Jewish people was invoked to justify this implacable gluttony, complete with property titles granted by the Bible.

    Persecuting Jews had always been a European sport. Now the Palestinians are paying the bill.

    Page 148, Children of the Days by Eduardo Galeano.

  • YES there was MASSIVE COLLUSION   1 week 1 day ago

    From Andrew McCarthy: https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/05/crossfire-hurricane-new-york-times-report-buries-lede/

    But opening up a counterintelligence investigation against Russia is not the same thing as opening up a counterintelligence investigation against the Trump campaign.

    The media-Democrat complex has tried from the start to conflate these two things. That explains the desperation to convince the public that Putin wanted Trump to win. It explains the stress on contacts, no matter how slight, between Trump campaign figures and Russians. They are trying to fill a gaping void they hope you don’t notice: Even if Putin did want Trump to win, and even if Trump-campaign advisers did have contacts with Kremlin-tied figures, there is no evidence of participation by the Trump campaign in Russia’s espionage.

    That is the proof that would have been needed to justify investigating Americans. Under federal law, to establish that an American is acting as an agent of a foreign power, the government must show that the American is purposefully engaging in clandestine activities on behalf of a foreign power, and that it is probable that these activities violate federal criminal law. (See FISA, Title 50, U.S. Code, Section 1801(b)(2), further explained in the last six paragraphs of my Dec. 17 column.)

    But of course, if the FBI had had that kind of evidence, they would not have had to open a counterintelligence investigation. They would not have had to use the Clinton campaign’s opposition research — the Steele dossier — to get FISA-court warrants. They would instead have opened a criminal investigation, just as they did on Clinton when there was evidence that she committed felonies.

    To the contrary, the bureau opened a counterintelligence investigation in the absence of any (a) incriminating evidence, or (b) evidence implicating the Trump campaign in Russian espionage. At the height of the 2016 presidential race, the FBI collaborated with the CIA to probe an American political campaign. They used foreign-intelligence surveillance and informants.

    That’s your crossfire hurricane.

  • The Steady Gentrification of the Left   1 week 1 day ago

    We need to find some way to solve this issue because its being exploited by the likes of David Brooks who recently wrote a column accusing Sanders of being anti-immigrant which is obviously false. This is the flip side of the argument from the mainstream view: that somehow the bourgoisie is the front for social justice while populism of any sort is always some kind of autocratic or dictatorial movement ('anti-liberal'). Thing is, socialists have always been aware of the reality that it is capitalism that has created and maintained "identity" groups in order to create exploitative and oppressive conditions. I think you recognize this since you criticize the labor movement as having "become part of the problem"; that is, the white working class labor movement no longer was moving in the direction of solidarity with further marginalized groups at home and abroad. Part of this was a reaction against left extremism but Marxist philosophies were losing ground on the theoretical front to social-democratic paradigms. Those paradigms are still the ones most people look toward and will continue to do so until anarchists develop and propagate well-rounded theories of private property (personal) and currency (acceptance of the market under governed conditions). Until then, naturally people interested in social justice will continue to look at gaining a greater share of the market (increased levels of employment, pay, wealth) as the answer.

  • YES there was MASSIVE COLLUSION   1 week 2 days ago

    Nah, there couldn't possibly be any collusion with russia:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZMMaSKvhlY

    Let's just call the whole thing off.

  • YES there was MASSIVE COLLUSION   1 week 2 days ago

    At least I can try and answer a simple question without going into a coniption.

    Oh, and one other thing...the insults prove you don't have a legitimate answer. If you don't have a decent response, just be a man and say so.

  • YES there was MASSIVE COLLUSION   1 week 3 days ago

    Boy,

    Did I address you? Who said that post had anything to do with you?

    YOU are so ignorant of history, of even the history within your own life time, of even current events, so what makes you think I'd stoop to address you? YOU don't read and what you do read is so lacking in comprehension of any critical analytic skills whatever anyone says to you may just as well just piss into the wind.

    For the umpteenth time, do your own damn homework kkk.

  • YES there was MASSIVE COLLUSION   1 week 3 days ago

    "The Future"....is that your supposed answer?

    Who are you? Edgar Cayce? Nostradamus? Kreskin?

    How is Trump specifically harming you right now?

  • YES there was MASSIVE COLLUSION   1 week 3 days ago
  • YES there was MASSIVE COLLUSION   1 week 3 days ago

    There have been no indictments for anyone in the Trump camp for Russian collusion, and there won't be. It is clear the Mueller is now fishing for other things to investigate. The dems are of course hoping that they take back the House in November so they can start impeachment proceedings. It will be interesting to see what "high crime" they plan to charge Trump with. Last I heard, having a big mouth and orange hair doesn't qualify. Paying off a hooker? How many congressmen have probably already done that?

    Trump however did follow through on a campaign pledge to move the embassy. Something that Obama and Bush said they would do, but did not. But we know that they were just trying to get the Jewish vote.

    Now here are the facts and the reality. Trump beat Hillary in the election. There is no credible evidence anywhere of fraud, vote tampering, collusion, etc. The reality is that Trump carried several states that went for Obama. That kind of kills the stupid racial argument that the looney left tries to put forth.

    The question I have been asking for a while now is still out there. I want somebody to tell the forum how the election of Trump has specifically harmed them. No one has yet been able to answer that question.

Democrats Should Steal Trump's Thunder on Trade

It's time to run bigger, better and harder on trade policies.