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Trump Fires James Comey and then Meets with the Russians (literally!)

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posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:05 PM
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There is nothing that can be done to stop the lunatic left from attempting to find fault with anything that Trump does.

Thankfully, the leftists are showing their true colors of bias, deflection and double standards.

Many true Democrats now see them for who they are, and want to distance themselves from them.




posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:15 PM
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a reply to: c2oden

Sorry to kill your little misinformation BS post here. But it's not just the lunatic left who's having problems with this but lot's of people on the Retarded Right take issue with it as well.

Anyone who's in the US should take issue with it too unless you're intent on selling out your own country and it's people. So I'm guessing you aren't from here.



posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:17 PM
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a reply to: mOjOm

If people didn't stand up to selling out to SA, they sure aren't over Russia.

National debt is almost 20T. We are already sold out.



posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:17 PM
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originally posted by: mOjOm
a reply to: Throes

Because that's how we, the people get access to what the Government that we elected are doing!!!!

Do you understand the principles behind how a Democratic System works???

What the idea of Power of the People means????

The fact that Government is actually supposed to be working for us and to do that the people have to know what they're up to???

Why we have freedom of the press???

Any of this ring a bell???

How old are you??? Did you go to school and did they teach any of these things or what they mean when you were there???


I'm 33, make 6 figures, and have 3 degrees. Tired of our media dividing us and using their influence to perpetuate lies. I didn't vote for either of the two clowns we had to chose from by the way.
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posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:22 PM
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originally posted by: mOjOm

originally posted by: Mishmashum

I choose to laugh in the face of a world gone mad.


I think that might mean you simply went mad right along with it.


You can be vocally unhappy with how things are and still find humor in the scenarios that play out. It really is possible to separate principles from the situational silliness of politics.


Not that going mad and laughing through the rest of it is a bad idea. I'm sort of wishing I was there with you actually because it sucks to have to watch it and not find it funny.

Well, some things are still funny about it, but overall it's really killing the mood most times.

But yes, I agree the DNC is a bunch of backstabbing pricks who should have their asses in a sling right now.


Lessig embodied the actual principles of our democracy, yet the "progressive" DNC preferred pushing their own insider candidate despite the fact that Lessig was able to crowdfund several million from everyday people who wanted to make the country better.

What a way for the DNC to tell the average man, "You don't matter."

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posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:25 PM
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a reply to: JinMI

So we should all just bend over and take it up the a$$ then because most people have lost their will to do anything???

Is that how you plan on living your life??? Somehow I don't see you deciding to just say "f*ck it. Go ahead and screw me over and be as corrupt as you want, I don't care." You just don't seem like the type to go out like that, but maybe I'm wrong.

Even if I can't stop any of it from happening or do anything to stop it, I'm not just going to sit by and act like I don't give a damn about it. Even if all I can do is complain and yell and be as annoying as hell about it, that's what I'll do then. I just don't see the point in giving up before everything is lost. If I was going to do that I would have already done it a long time ago and saved myself the energy.



posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:27 PM
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a reply to: Mishmashum

I left the Democratic Party due to that. If your primary vote doesn't matter, why even belong to the Party? The Republicans tried to force Trump out, too. Little did they realize the more they tried to push him out the more votes he received because 3/4ths of the country is sick of politicians.



posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:28 PM
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originally posted by: mOjOm
a reply to: JinMI

So we should all just bend over and take it up the a$$ then because most people have lost their will to do anything???

Is that how you plan on living your life??? Somehow I don't see you deciding to just say "f*ck it. Go ahead and screw me over and be as corrupt as you want, I don't care." You just don't seem like the type to go out like that, but maybe I'm wrong.

Even if I can't stop any of it from happening or do anything to stop it, I'm not just going to sit by and act like I don't give a damn about it. Even if all I can do is complain and yell and be as annoying as hell about it, that's what I'll do then. I just don't see the point in giving up before everything is lost. If I was going to do that I would have already done it a long time ago and saved myself the energy.


If you think your voice mattered before or after this presidency, you are dead wrong. You'll wake up tomorrow without having influenced a damn thing.



posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:29 PM
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a reply to: mOjOm

I handle the situation at large locally and personally. Opening minds and changing hearts is a task better left up to wiser folks than I.

My interpretation of the events unfolding is an exit from the folds of SA and Co, and moving towards a Russian alliance. That seems to be the agenda.



posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:30 PM
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What's the surprise? Trump did say last year he is going to be BFF with the Russians.



posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:31 PM
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a reply to: Throes

All the more reason to demand better of those who are representing you in office.

Technically it's your duty as an American to demand a responsible Government. For way too long that's what people have done and it may already be a lost cause to try and fix it, who knows.

But you have to at the very least want it to be better before it's ever going to happen. If you really didn't care about the world and how it operates I can't see you putting so much effort into getting educated and getting 3 degrees and establishing a life within a system you don't care collapses or not. That doesn't make sense.



posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:34 PM
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originally posted by: mOjOm
a reply to: Throes

All the more reason to demand better of those who are representing you in office.

Technically it's your duty as an American to demand a responsible Government. For way too long that's what people have done and it may already be a lost cause to try and fix it, who knows.

But you have to at the very least want it to be better before it's ever going to happen. If you really didn't care about the world and how it operates I can't see you putting so much effort into getting educated and getting 3 degrees and establishing a life within a system you don't care collapses or not. That doesn't make sense.


I don't feel this is a dire situation or that we are on the brink of collapse because he's establishing a relationship with Russia.

Responsible governments don't get into trillions of debt. Both sides get the blame on that one.

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posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:35 PM
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originally posted by: mOjOm
a reply to: c2oden

Sorry to kill your little misinformation BS post here. But it's not just the lunatic left who's having problems with this but lot's of people on the Retarded Right take issue with it as well.

Anyone who's in the US should take issue with it too unless you're intent on selling out your own country and it's people. So I'm guessing you aren't from here.


Tell me how he is selling out this country and it's people.
After you reply we'll discuss Hillary and the dems selling out.

I'm impressed that you did not resort to name calling in your reply.



posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:37 PM
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a reply to: Throes

It's not about changing things or not changing them though. That would be great if it did. But I can accept the fact that it won't.

What I can't accept is letting myself just give in quietly or without any resistance. If I'm the only person left and willing to say "F*CK NO!!!" to the system, then I guess I'm the last one, so be it. I'm fine with that. You can all go quietly if you want to, that's your choice. I guess I can't do that for whatever reason.



posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:37 PM
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a reply to: Mishmashum

The Lunatic Left has no sense of humor these days and they haven't for a long time. They have been on one of history's most humiliating losing streaks since 2010 and have become embittered and desperate. Worse yet -- they had their Big Chance and blew it.

In 2009 they had a socialist president and far left liberal Congress. They could have passed any of their loony liberal fairy tale programs they wanted. Universal "free" healthcare, taxes on the wealthy until they were poor just like most liberals, slavery reparations, hell -- they could have put Al Sharpton's face on Mount Rushmore if they wanted.

But they failed miserably. They always do. Their leftist/socialist agenda will always butt up against the Constitution of this Republic. That's why until they can repeal, tear up, burn, or bury the Constitution of the United States, they will never be able to establish the meritless mediocracy they so crave.

So yeah, they're pissed. They're angry, bitter, frustrated, and becoming increasingly unhinged.

And it's about to get a lot worse...

Stay Tuned!



posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:39 PM
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originally posted by: mOjOm
a reply to: Throes

It's not about changing things or not changing them though. That would be great if it did. But I can accept the fact that it won't.

What I can't accept is letting myself just give in quietly or without any resistance. If I'm the only person left and willing to say "F*CK NO!!!" to the system, then I guess I'm the last one, so be it. I'm fine with that. You can all go quietly if you want to, that's your choice. I guess I can't do that for whatever reason.


I say no to the system every time I vote for a Libertarian. I'm also a realist and know only 3-5% of the rest of the population aren't sheep.

We were heading towards a major conflict with Russia if Clinton was elected. Now it's going the opposite direction. I'm curious to see how this ends up, but I don't think this is going to end up collapsing us by any stretch of the imagination.
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posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:41 PM
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a reply to: c2oden

The arguing and bickering and division. He's doing things to add to that. His "brilliance" is nothing more than divisive rhetoric and showmanship.



posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:43 PM
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originally posted by: Throes

originally posted by: mOjOm
a reply to: Throes

It's not about changing things or not changing them though. That would be great if it did. But I can accept the fact that it won't.

What I can't accept is letting myself just give in quietly or without any resistance. If I'm the only person left and willing to say "F*CK NO!!!" to the system, then I guess I'm the last one, so be it. I'm fine with that. You can all go quietly if you want to, that's your choice. I guess I can't do that for whatever reason.


I say no to the system every time I vote for a Liberterian. I'm also a realist and know only 3-5% of the rest of the population aren't sheep.

We were heading towards a major conflict with Russia if Clinton was elected. Now it's going the opposite direction.


I'm not a "sheep", sport.

I'm a registered Republican because I agree with the GOP platform as a political to-do list. I also strongly support President Trump for the same reasons.

And as for your precious Libertarian Party, it's a loose coalition of single-issue nutballs for the most part.

Present company excepted, I suppose...



posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:45 PM
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a reply to: c2oden

Fine. Gather your evidence against Hillary and Obama and if you have a case showing they're up to something I'm right there with you.

But even then, they aren't running anything right now so they're going to have to be priority number 2. Trump and a corrupt RNC is up to some weird sh*t right now and since they can cause the most damage they have to looked into with the highest priority.

This isn't a partisan thing. I don't belong to any party. The only guy I actually like in politics is Bernie Sanders. Even that isn't about his policies so much as just who he is as a person. His consistent voting record over decades has been the same. He's honest about who he is and what he's doing. I respect that.

I can't respect of get behind an alleged leader who thinks it's ok to ban his own people from information about what he's up to. He's working for us collectively. That's his job. If he can't do that then he doesn't need to be in there. That goes for anyone else in his position.



posted on May, 12 2017 @ 09:49 PM
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originally posted by: SBMcG

originally posted by: Throes

originally posted by: mOjOm
a reply to: Throes

It's not about changing things or not changing them though. That would be great if it did. But I can accept the fact that it won't.

What I can't accept is letting myself just give in quietly or without any resistance. If I'm the only person left and willing to say "F*CK NO!!!" to the system, then I guess I'm the last one, so be it. I'm fine with that. You can all go quietly if you want to, that's your choice. I guess I can't do that for whatever reason.


I say no to the system every time I vote for a Liberterian. I'm also a realist and know only 3-5% of the rest of the population aren't sheep.

We were heading towards a major conflict with Russia if Clinton was elected. Now it's going the opposite direction.


I'm not a "sheep", sport.

I'm a registered Republican because I agree with the GOP platform as a political to-do list. I also strongly support President Trump for the same reasons.

And as for your precious Libertarian Party, it's a loose coalition of single-issue nutballs for the most part.

Present company excepted, I suppose...


I align more with the Right than with the Left, however I've seen enough out of the people in each party to know that their members take their party affiliations way too far and it causes them to cloud their judgement. For example,This latest health care bill should be rejected easily by anyone with half of a brain. Guess who isn't on board? A libertarian leaning Republican named Rand Paul.

Another example is Jeff Sessions and his war on drugs. How
long are we going to lock people up for this nonsense? You'd be surprised at the effective and positive results of decriminalizing drug use.

But god forbid you stray from the party line. Left or right.
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