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Reply #150 posted 09/09/18 10:18pm

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"If you want the wise man to be as angry as the unworthiness of the crimes demands, he must become not angry but insane."
- Seneca, On Anger 2.9.4
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Reply #151 posted 09/09/18 10:48pm

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So Fox “news” just published a NEW “anomonamous” op-ed from a very top White House source that says the President is the most “stable genius” ever!
The White House staff LOVES him, especially the women who let him grab them by the pussy.
Everyone has issued adamant denials to being the source. When asked most responded with “yeah right” or “gtfohwtbs”
[Edited 9/9/18 22:54pm]
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Reply #152 posted 09/10/18 9:52am

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2elijah said:

SoulAlive said:

are we any closer to finding out the identity of that op-ed writer? smile

Omarosa said this morning on msnbc that it could be Nicholas Ayres who works for Pence. https://hinterlandgazette...ation.html ”Omarosa Manigault-Newman spills more tea on the Trump administration, telling MSNBC’s Alex Witt that “hashtag #TFA, for the 25th amendment, was frequently used in the White House. She said not only did staffers use the hashtag in text messages, but Trump family members also did the same whenever he would act incompetently, insanely, erratically, etc. She said when he did something so crazy, we used hashtag #TFA and just kept moving. She said she went through her text message chains and found that the hashtag #TFA was used more than 100 times. Newman said the hashtag was frequently used by people working in agencies, family members and friends. In other words, they have zero respect for Donald Trump, who likes to brag that he hires the best people. Newman also said that the anonymous op-ed that appeared in the New York Times came from Vice President Mike Pence’s office. She specifically named Nick Ayres as a real possibility of being the person behind the op-ed.” [Edited 9/9/18 13:33pm]

Omarosa! You do understand she has been out of the White House in Dec of last year?? What a joke!

I think we can all collectively say.
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Reply #153 posted 09/10/18 10:43am

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2elijah said:

SoulAlive said: Omarosa said this morning on msnbc that it could be Nicholas Ayres who works for Pence. https://hinterlandgazette...ation.html ”Omarosa Manigault-Newman spills more tea on the Trump administration, telling MSNBC’s Alex Witt that “hashtag #TFA, for the 25th amendment, was frequently used in the White House. She said not only did staffers use the hashtag in text messages, but Trump family members also did the same whenever he would act incompetently, insanely, erratically, etc. She said when he did something so crazy, we used hashtag #TFA and just kept moving. She said she went through her text message chains and found that the hashtag #TFA was used more than 100 times. Newman said the hashtag was frequently used by people working in agencies, family members and friends. In other words, they have zero respect for Donald Trump, who likes to brag that he hires the best people. Newman also said that the anonymous op-ed that appeared in the New York Times came from Vice President Mike Pence’s office. She specifically named Nick Ayres as a real possibility of being the person behind the op-ed.” [Edited 9/9/18 13:33pm]

Omarosa! You do understand she has been out of the White House in Dec of last year?? What a joke!

And they wiped her memory clean when she left?? lol lol lol

"Our liberty depends on the freedom of the press, and that cannot be limited without being lost".
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Reply #154 posted 09/10/18 11:24am

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13cjk13 said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

Omarosa! You do understand she has been out of the White House in Dec of last year?? What a joke!

And they wiped her memory clean when she left?? lol lol lol

You should have heard the latest tape she played on "The View" today, featuring a rambling Trump inchorently babbling on and on about Hillary being the one who colluded with Russia....yes, folks, this man is OUR President !

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Reply #155 posted 09/10/18 12:39pm

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jjhunsecker said:

13cjk13 said:

And they wiped her memory clean when she left?? lol lol lol

You should have heard the latest tape she played on "The View" today, featuring a rambling Trump inchorently babbling on and on about Hillary being the one who colluded with Russia....yes, folks, this man is OUR President !


neutral indeed.

"'Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.'' - Thomas Jefferson
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Reply #156 posted 09/10/18 1:11pm

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Let's theorize that it's Pence's chief of staff. Two things can come of it or be motivated to write it.

1) it tells some truth and lets off some steam at an obvious frustration situation where people there probably do love the country, and see the obvious man-child tantrums and lack of common sense and saving the country from that;

2) it helps Pence ready for his potential role as POTUS (an even more bigoted form of religious fascism; a man who said POTUS should be held accountable for extramarital affairs during the Clinton years yet seems oddly silent now) and it gets blood on someone else's hands to sabotage Trump's administration.

It's actually classic US intervention techniques. Fuck with a country, make it unstable, then swoop in to save the day. This is just a more personal version of it.

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Reply #157 posted 09/10/18 3:14pm

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What's funny to me, is all this was in Omarosa's book. So I'm wondering, did these folks just have a meeting and decided, who puts out what, in what order?

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Reply #158 posted 09/10/18 3:26pm

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TrivialPursuit said:

Let's theorize that it's Pence's chief of staff. Two things can come of it or be motivated to write it.

1) it tells some truth and lets off some steam at an obvious frustration situation where people there probably do love the country, and see the obvious man-child tantrums and lack of common sense and saving the country from that;

2) it helps Pence ready for his potential role as POTUS (an even more bigoted form of religious fascism; a man who said POTUS should be held accountable for extramarital affairs during the Clinton years yet seems oddly silent now) and it gets blood on someone else's hands to sabotage Trump's administration.

It's actually classic US intervention techniques. Fuck with a country, make it unstable, then swoop in to save the day. This is just a more personal version of it.




My favorite sound bite of the weekend:


"Mr. Vice President, I asked you earlier if anyone on your staff wrote this op-ed. Have you asked your staff?" Brennan asked once the cameras were back on.

"Oh, well, I thought you were speaking about the administration staff," Pence said. "Let me be very clear: I'm 100 percent confident that no one on the vice president's staff was involved in this anonymous editorial. I know my people, Margaret. They get up every day and are dedicated, just as much as I am, to advancing the president's agenda and supporting everything the President Trump is doing for the people of this country."

"Have you asked them?"

"I don't have to ask them because I know them. I know their character. I know their dedication, and I am absolutely confident that no one on the vice president's staff had anything to do with this."

falloff

TRANSLATION - "No, I didn't ask them because there's a real good chance it WAS someone on my staff and I don't want to lie so blatantly".

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Reply #159 posted 09/11/18 5:24am

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RodeoSchro said:

TrivialPursuit said:

Let's theorize that it's Pence's chief of staff. Two things can come of it or be motivated to write it.

1) it tells some truth and lets off some steam at an obvious frustration situation where people there probably do love the country, and see the obvious man-child tantrums and lack of common sense and saving the country from that;

2) it helps Pence ready for his potential role as POTUS (an even more bigoted form of religious fascism; a man who said POTUS should be held accountable for extramarital affairs during the Clinton years yet seems oddly silent now) and it gets blood on someone else's hands to sabotage Trump's administration.

It's actually classic US intervention techniques. Fuck with a country, make it unstable, then swoop in to save the day. This is just a more personal version of it.




My favorite sound bite of the weekend:


"Mr. Vice President, I asked you earlier if anyone on your staff wrote this op-ed. Have you asked your staff?" Brennan asked once the cameras were back on.

"Oh, well, I thought you were speaking about the administration staff," Pence said. "Let me be very clear: I'm 100 percent confident that no one on the vice president's staff was involved in this anonymous editorial. I know my people, Margaret. They get up every day and are dedicated, just as much as I am, to advancing the president's agenda and supporting everything the President Trump is doing for the people of this country."

"Have you asked them?"

"I don't have to ask them because I know them. I know their character. I know their dedication, and I am absolutely confident that no one on the vice president's staff had anything to do with this."

falloff

TRANSLATION - "No, I didn't ask them because there's a real good chance it WAS someone on my staff and I don't want to lie so blatantly".

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Yeah, I thought that was hilarious too. See no evil, hear no evil...

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