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Nunes Exposed As Trump Lapdog — WH Staff Fed Him 'Incidental Collection' Docs

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posted on Mar, 31 2017 @ 10:43 AM
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originally posted by: MiddleInsite
You are correct. The Republicans are in charge of the government now. So they are also responsible for government right now. And they will take the blame for things that go wrong in government right now. Fine with me.

a reply to: rickymouse



But if the democrats cause the Republican's attempt to fix things to fail, it will also go down in history as the Democrats causing the problem. You cannot blame the leading party of a country for the disruptance of the opposition to their attempts to fix things. Both of the parties should be working together to fix this country. The Democrats are delusional, a country this big cannot survive as a consumer based and service oriented society. We have to produce more of what is essentially needed in our society. We do not have to produce everything, just way more than we do presently. We cannot enslave the other nations of the world for cheap products, that is not right, yet we are doing that. Read your history, all nations that tried that flopped. The EU is going to flop too, but at least the countries that produce their own stuff will survive.

Even the UK wants out, they read their history. They are a small country though, they have not collapsed, their trading partners can easily provide for UKs people. The US has way more people and in our country, we push tearing down things and building new stuff. England repairs the existing homes way more than we do here in the US

The US is also too big of a consumer, we waste too much of the worlds resources because of the Privileged attitude of many of our citizens. So the total debt of the US and all of it's people is staggering. The Republicans efforts are a last resort to fix the economy here. Another eight years of Democrat rule and we would be bankrupt as a nation and chaos would result. Remember, if things go bad, you do not really own your home or anything, money has no real value without our government to back it. Chaos erupts by the elite and middle class, the poor are already pawns.

We are in some serious Do-Do. I can't understand why the Liberals cannot see that. Other nations are reducing risk and increasing self sufficiency, countries like Germany and England are attempting to fix their economies. But Germany wants their economy to prosper and others to collapse it seems. Do what I say, not what I do. Their transition started two years ago.




posted on Mar, 31 2017 @ 10:47 AM
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a reply to: rickymouse

Don't pull that crap. At no point has Trump or the Republicans even ATTEMPTED to talk to the Democrats about anything. Trump blamed the Democrats for not passing the health care bill, but he never even talked to a single one to find out what they wanted. Why should they vote for anything they didn't have a say in its creation?

Heck. Ryan has recently expressed fear that if the Republicans don't get together on health care Trump will walk across the aisle to talk to Dems about it. Like bipartisanism is some sort of evil monster to be avoided at all costs.
US Speaker Ryan opposes Trump working with Democrats on health care

In an interview with "CBS This Morning" that will air on Thursday, Ryan said he fears the Republican Party, which failed last week to come together and agree on a healthcare overhaul, is pushing the president to the other side of the aisle so he can make good on campaign promises to redo Obamacare.

"I don't want that to happen," Ryan said, referring to Trump's offer to work with Democrats.

When the Republicans fail it will be entirely their fault. The Democrats are just standing to the side and letting them fall.
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posted on Mar, 31 2017 @ 10:51 AM
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a reply to: aethertek



if you don't want the "alphabet agencies" interested in your conversations stop having conversations with enemies of the country who are constantly monitored while in-country.


Why FBI Can’t Tell All on Trump, Russia


for more than three decades the FBI has had Trump Tower in its sights. Many of its occupants have been targets of major investigations, others have been surveilled, and yet others have served as informants. One thing many of them have in common is deep ties to organized crime — including the Russian mafia.



posted on Mar, 31 2017 @ 10:54 AM
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a reply to: desert

Well aware, google "Trump & Russian Money laundering" goes back years.

K~



posted on Mar, 31 2017 @ 11:02 AM
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a reply to: JinMI

Here you go. Half an hour and this is with me taking a brief call in the middle:



That includes determining the font, tweaking the font settings, roughing things up a little to match the existing text so it didn't look so obvious and finally, adding a signature, something overtly missing from the original fraud.


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posted on Mar, 31 2017 @ 11:07 AM
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a reply to: rickymouse

Up until 20 years ago it used to be that our system functioned as the Founding Leaders had set it up. Two parties expected to compromise. Starting in the 1990s the Republican Party started to work as a faction (something the Founding Leaders warned us about), which grew to a full blown faction the last eight years, making our system a de facto parliamentary system but with nothing to force compromise or coalition. Under Obama, the Rep Party acted as a parliamentary opposition, but that was not how our system was set up.

The Rep Party's ideology also became more extreme, to where there is nothing that the New Republican Party (as of 2016) can offer the Democratic Party to compromise on. Headline ideas sound good, but it is how these ideas are carried out that makes for nothing (or nothing of significance) on which to compromise. The Democratic Party can now only act as a party of opposition, with nothing to force compromise or coalition.



posted on Mar, 31 2017 @ 11:09 AM
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a reply to: shooterbrody


So then trumps tweet was accurate?


Let's check!




Nope. Still not accurate. Give it another month and try again.



posted on Mar, 31 2017 @ 02:27 PM
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a reply to: theantediluvian

Point proven.



posted on Mar, 31 2017 @ 08:28 PM
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Trump overstates things a hair, and the Dems run with the topic beyond exhaustion.



posted on Mar, 31 2017 @ 08:56 PM
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originally posted by: desert
a reply to: rickymouse

Up until 20 years ago it used to be that our system functioned as the Founding Leaders had set it up. Two parties expected to compromise. Starting in the 1990s the Republican Party started to work as a faction (something the Founding Leaders warned us about), which grew to a full blown faction the last eight years, making our system a de facto parliamentary system but with nothing to force compromise or coalition. Under Obama, the Rep Party acted as a parliamentary opposition, but that was not how our system was set up.

The Rep Party's ideology also became more extreme, to where there is nothing that the New Republican Party (as of 2016) can offer the Democratic Party to compromise on. Headline ideas sound good, but it is how these ideas are carried out that makes for nothing (or nothing of significance) on which to compromise. The Democratic Party can now only act as a party of opposition, with nothing to force compromise or coalition.


Yup. The Republicans really started to mess it up around eight years ago. That is true. But the Democrats now are taking it to new super levels, the majority of MSM is spewing half truths and stirring the misinterpretation of things at levels I have never seen before. I thought Fox news was bad before, these major MSM networks are like Fox on steroids.

I didn't like to watch fox before because of the way they twisted things. Now I hate to watch CNBC and all the others. Nobody is telling the whole truth anymore, everyone is twisting things way out of proportion. Just because Fox did it before doesn't make it right that the Democratic supporting networks can do this.

Yes, the Republicans did jump start this after Bush, I thought that was wrong. But two wrongs do not make a right. It seems there is no real truth being told in the news or from our Federal government anymore. At least there was some truth being told ten years ago.

It doesn't matter who started it, this kind of stuff has to stop.....soon. Both sides need to quit doing this kind of stuff.



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