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Reply #930 posted 03/07/17 9:53am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

Astasheiks said:

But every President except him has showed theres? eek mad Free2bfreeda, You know what had happen if Obama tried to do the same thing... razz lol

and how does that create RIGHT? let's apply the same ridiculous standard to other things every other president has done.... let's see... every other president had had a penis! so by YOUR standard that if every other president had done something that all others must too... so you are saying having a penis is a requirement!

Wow, U just like Trump! Trying to make up some bullshit to deflect the real issue. eek biggrin Getting back to subject which you don't want to face, If he had nothing to "HIDE" he would show his Tax Returns like other PRESIDENT has done before him!!! razz lol

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Reply #931 posted 03/07/17 10:40am

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2freaky4church1 said:

He's really going to lose the black community now.

biggrin razz lol

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Reply #932 posted 03/07/17 11:55am

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jjhunsecker said:

IMMIGRANTS ?? Really ??? From Ben Carson :

http://www.huffingtonpost...lerk9&

What is Ben and Van smoking lol

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Reply #933 posted 03/07/17 3:16pm

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Beautifulstarr123 said:

jjhunsecker said:

IMMIGRANTS ?? Really ??? From Ben Carson :

http://www.huffingtonpost...lerk9&

What is Ben and Van smoking lol

I generally like Van, but I think his statement about Trump being "presidential" was a huge misstep. I bet he wishes he could take that shit back after Saturday morning's tweet fest from Agent Orange. As for Carson, he's always looking like he's ready to nod off, just like a bus station junkie

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Reply #934 posted 03/07/17 3:49pm

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2freaky4church1 said:

He's really going to lose the black community now.

Do you mean Trump or Carson ?

Baby President Trump of course.

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Reply #935 posted 03/07/17 4:36pm

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When the fucking wall is built:

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Reply #936 posted 03/11/17 6:51pm

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Condemnation over President Trump's decision to fire U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara came fast and furious on Saturday, from both sides of the aisle.

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Bharara refused the administration's request to resign along with 45 other U.S. attorneys across the nation and was summarily fired, sending shockwaves across New York, where the prosecutor was known to crusade against corruption in state and local governments.

"I did not resign," Bharara tweeted Saturday. "Moments ago I was fired. Being the US Attorney in SDNY (Southern District of New York) will forever be the greatest honor of my professional life."

The firing reversed a promise from Trump, Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said Friday, stating the president had initiated a call to him in November "and assured me he wanted Mr. Bharara to continue to serve as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District."

Schumer also noted that by asking for the immediate resignations of the remaining US attorneys before their replacements have been confirmed, "the President is interrupting ongoing cases and investigations and hindering the administration of justice."

When the decision came down on Saturday, Schumer commended Bharara, saying his "relentless drive to root out public corruption, lock up terrorists, take on Wall Street, and stand up for what is right should serve as a model for all U.S. attorneys across the country. He will be sorely missed."

The senator's criticisms were echoed more harshly by other politicians.

"So much for wanting to drain the swamp. (Bharara) served with distinction and didn't care about party ... what a shame," wrote Democratic N.Y. state Sen. Todd Kaminsky.

"Trump just fired prosecutor renowned for public corruption cases. So much for the rule of law. Sad!" tweeted Rep. Hakeen Jeffries, D-N.Y.

Republicans, too, released statements condemning the respected prosecutor's firing.

"Definitely not a wise move at all if (Bharara) was asked to resign. This should immediately be reconsidered by AG Sessions. Big mistake," wrote NY Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin on Twitter Friday. He had also issued a direct plea to Sessions to spare the prosecutor. "We need him here in NY to #Draintheswamp," McLaughlin wrote.

GOP New York State Assembly leader Brian Kolb also threw support to Bharara for refusing to step down, prior to his firing. "Good for Preet, he is doing the job he was appointed to do!" Kolb tweeted early Saturday.

Bahara "is a hero. His firing was no ordinary turnover," tweeted Harvard constitutional scholar Laurence Tribe. "It was a cowardly about-face by #conmantrump fearing Bharara's investigations."

"You have been a great and fearless public servant and those are in very short supply. You will be called upon again," wrote former Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean.

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Reply #937 posted 03/12/17 12:16am

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150 Civil and Human Rights Organizations can't be wrong :

http://www.civilrights.or...dents.html

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Reply #938 posted 03/12/17 8:08am

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150 Civil and Human Rights Organizations can't be wrong :

http://www.civilrights.or...dents.html

Wow. That is quite a list. I hold Trump accountable for the latest surge of hate in America. It is palpable since the election. Even in small daily encounters the vibe has changed - mistrust - everyone is on guard.

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Reply #939 posted 03/12/17 9:48am

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150 Civil and Human Rights Organizations can't be wrong :

http://www.civilrights.or...dents.html

sure they can all be wrong....but what I am sure of is they have no strong consensus as to what is or what is not a "hate" incident or "hate crime."

In most cases, they are a bad idea as they DO ABSOLTLY punish thought. I am steadfastly opposed to most of them. The exception is when the offense is mostly symbolic in nature. They should serve as a floor and not add to a significant sentence. (like when the murder of James Byrd: 2 of the 3 got sentenced to death...but some said that was not good enough? they even exploit his child over the issue.

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Reply #940 posted 03/12/17 10:19am

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http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/mccain-to-trump-retract-wiretapping-claim-or-prove-it/ar-AAob5nR?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartanntp

Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain (R-Ariz.) called Sunday for President Trump to either prove his claim that President Barack Obama tapped the phones in Trump Tower during last year’s election campaign or drop the accusation.

“The president has one of two choices, either retract or provide the information that the American people deserve,” McCain said in an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “I have no reason to believe that the charge is true, but I also believe that the president of the United States could clear this up in a minute.”

McCain is one of several top lawmakers in Congress to call on Trump to provide evidence of his unsubstantiated claim that Obama ordered Trump’s communications monitored. The senator’s call for more information follows a request from two leading members of the Senate Judiciary Committee for “copies of any warrant applications and court orders — redacted as necessary … related to wiretaps of President Trump, the Trump Campaign, or Trump Tower.”

Sens. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) and Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) formally requested the information last week in a letter to FBI Director James B. Comey and acting deputy attorney general Dana Boente. Trump administration officials have not provided any evidence to back up the president’s claim from earlier this month.

"Is it legal for a sitting President to be "wire tapping" a race for president prior to an election? Turned down by court earlier. A NEW LOW!:"

McCain avoided directly criticizing Trump for using Twitter to spread unverified information, but the senator said a serious charge, such as accusing a former president of illegal wiretapping, should not be handled lightly.

“If the allegation is left out there, it undermines the confidence the American people have in the entire way that the government does business,” McCain said.

Several lawmakers, including McCain and Senate Rules Committee Chairman Roy Blunt (R-Mo.), have pointed out that Trump could directly ask intelligence officials to corroborate his claim but instead has asked Congress to investigate.

“The president actually could himself ask that question,” Blunt said on Fox News’s “Sunday Morning Futures.”

Not all Republicans have been so quick to put the burden of proof on Trump. Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) agreed with Trump that Congress should take control of the investigation to safeguard sensitive intelligence.

“President Trump said last weekend that he wanted the intelligence committees in the Senate and the House to take up this matter as part of a broader inquiry into Russia’s activities in our political system last year. We’re going to do that,” Cotton said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.”

“Through a deliberate and careful process of examining all the intelligence at issue here, and then determining with the executive branch what we can declassify, I think the intelligence committees are in the best position to make those decisions,” the senator added.

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Reply #941 posted 03/12/17 12:36pm

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All civil rights people are wrong but one scientist who disses global warming is right. haha. Only, you are precious.

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Reply #942 posted 03/12/17 12:48pm

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David Frum: Happy people are never nazis. Trump voters are the most pesimistic

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Reply #943 posted 03/12/17 1:13pm

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2freaky4church1 said:

All civil rights people are wrong but one scientist who disses global warming is right. haha. Only, you are precious.


even for you and your frequent totally off the rails replies this is simply so far off the tracks i think you owe ozzy osborne a few dollars.... WHAT the holy blue corn chips are you talking about?

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Reply #944 posted 03/12/17 3:54pm

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2freaky4church1 said:

All civil rights people are wrong but one scientist who disses global warming is right. haha. Only, you are precious.


There are some who will pick and choose the "reality" that suits them
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Reply #945 posted 03/13/17 10:49am

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Rep. Steve King- Republican (naturally) of Iowa, and a YUUUUGE Trump suporter, pushes White nationalism ...Why am I'm not surprised ...

http://www.huffingtonpost...0dx6r&

http://www.huffingtonpost...zw7b9&

[Edited 3/13/17 10:53am]

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Reply #946 posted 03/14/17 10:50am

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Rep. Steve King- Republican (naturally) of Iowa, and a YUUUUGE Trump suporter, pushes White nationalism ...Why am I'm not surprised ...

http://www.huffingtonpost...0dx6r&

http://www.huffingtonpost...zw7b9&

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Ugh. Let's round up those Christian white women and keep em barefoot and pregnant with no healthcare. Everybody else can go directly to jail and feed the prison industry. Simple fix.

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At least a few Repubs condemned what he said. David Duke NEVER misses a chance to slither. Not so sure about Howard Dean's reply. On one hand I get dismissing him as an ignoramus. Things are so screwed up it's hard to know what works.

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Reply #947 posted 03/14/17 12:03pm

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Marco Rubio criticizes Snoop video, lol. Wonder how he feels about the publicly overt love for white nationalism in his party? Too bad he couldn't grow a pair for a decent immigration policy when it counted.

Brand new boogie without the hero.
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Reply #948 posted 03/14/17 1:27pm

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jjhunsecker said:

Rep. Steve King- Republican (naturally) of Iowa, and a YUUUUGE Trump suporter, pushes White nationalism ...Why am I'm not surprised ...


http://www.huffingtonpost...0dx6r&


http://www.huffingtonpost...zw7b9&

[Edited 3/13/17 10:53am]


Yep, he doesn't hide his racist ideology. Fear of the browning of America.
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Reply #949 posted 03/15/17 2:57pm

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Trump tweets that Snoop should get jail time. Snoop says "nobody's dealing with the real issue with this f--king clown as president." cool

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Reply #950 posted 03/17/17 11:41am

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Beautifulstarr123 said:

What is Ben and Van smoking lol

I generally like Van, but I think his statement about Trump being "presidential" was a huge misstep. I bet he wishes he could take that shit back after Saturday morning's tweet fest from Agent Orange. As for Carson, he's always looking like he's ready to nod off, just like a bus station junkie

lol

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