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 John252817
Joined: 8/24/2016
Msg: 351
The Democratic LeaderPage 15 of 24    (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24)
Sorry gto, the questions I posed and many others posed with obama "hushing" the russian thing have not been answered yet but nice try. I understand you don't want to know, but millions of others do. YIKES!!!
 LOLTrump
Joined: 3/7/2017
Msg: 352
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/28/2017 6:44:53 AM

Sorry gto, the questions I posed and many others posed with obama "hushing" the russian thing have not been answered yet but nice try. I understand you don't want to know, but millions of others do. YIKES!!!


yeah GTO, the American people do not care about the fact that tRump has committed treason, they want to know why Obama let tRump do something that tRump first claimed he never did but now is admitting.



The 5 stages of tRumpism

1. Total lie never happened, fake news.

2. Ok it happened, but not a big deal.

3. Ok so maybe is it a big deal, but it was not illegal

4. Ok so it was illegal but Hillary / Obama something something

5. Get over it libtard you are just a sore loser.
 deetristate
Joined: 12/4/2014
Msg: 353
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/28/2017 8:50:12 AM
I agree with rand paul's concerns about the bill.
Republicans need to change their senate leadership as much as nancy pelosi needs to go, which is now.
Just repeal the whole thing and start all over.

They could keep the children on the insurance and preexisting condition parts without all that other stuff.
 LOLTrump
Joined: 3/7/2017
Msg: 354
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/28/2017 10:11:22 AM
Watch the tRumpism's play out in the right wing media:

The 5 stages of tRumpism

1. Total lie never happened, fake news.

2. Ok it happened, but not a big deal.

3. Ok so maybe is it a big deal, but it was not illegal

4. Ok so it was illegal but Hillary / Obama something something

5. Get over it libtard you are just a sore loser.


They are now on Stage 4.


'Collusion is not a crime': Trump's media allies have a striking new talking point that experts say is 'flawed' and 'absurd'
Natasha Bertrand and Maxwell Tani
June 27, 2017

A new right-wing media talking point has taken shape in recent days as special counsel Robert Mueller investigates Russia's interference in the 2016 election and whether President Donald Trump's campaign had anything to do with it: that even if anyone on the campaign did collude with Moscow, it would not technically be illegal.

The liberal watchdog group Media Matters for America has been documenting the evolution of this argument since Fox's Geraldo Rivera first brought it up in mid-May.

"What is the crime?" Rivera said May 10 during an appearance on Sean Hannity's show.

"If the Russian KGB chief is talking to Paul Manafort and the chief says, 'You know, I've got this dirt here that says Hillary Clinton was this or that,' and Paul Manafort says, 'Next Wednesday, why don't you release that, that'd be great for us.' That’s not — I don't know that that's a crime at all. What's the crime?" ...

... The idea that collusion is inherently legal, moreover, is "absurd," said Mark Kramer, the program director for the Project on Cold War Studies at Harvard's Davis Center for Eurasian Affairs. He added the form such collusion would have taken — hacking, a clandestine transfer of funds, conspiracy — would be serious crimes on their own.

More broadly, the notion that it would be above water for an American presidential candidate to leverage a foreign adversary to subvert an election "would really signal the death of outrage," said Wright. And those repeating the talking point are also ignoring the very real possibility that the candidate who colluded would then be beholden to that foreign government — and irrevocably compromised.

"Our national security clearance system relies on being able to vet foreign sources of leverage," Wright said. "Of course, the premise of kompromat is shame. Some of the president's defenders appear to be post-shame."



http://www.businessinsider.com/collusion-russia-trump-crime-2017-6
 Yule_liquor
Joined: 12/7/2011
Msg: 355
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/28/2017 10:47:50 AM

They could keep the children on the insurance and preexisting condition parts without all that other stuff.


Ahhhhh....the ramblings of the simple minded^

"without all that other stuff?????"

Its the "other stuff" that is easy
But try to get a for-profit insurance company to insure a person with pre-existing conditions.
That is like asking All State or State Farm to insure a driver at affordable rates; who constantly gets into accidents.


Duuuh, I never realized that insurance could be that complicated
 deetristate
Joined: 12/4/2014
Msg: 356
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/28/2017 10:53:56 AM
You dont "get them."

You pass a law requiring it. That takes care of that about 1.5% with pre-rxisting conditions no one wants to insure.
Without the other stuff.

When did leftists become billions of dollars profit a year insurance industry lobbyists?

Attempting insults and bluster mean you have nothing substantive but I will give you another go at it. (See below).

 Yule_liquor
Joined: 12/7/2011
Msg: 357
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/28/2017 11:04:25 AM
^



You pass a law.


It was already PASSED...its called the ACA (obamacare) which covers pre-existing conditions
Ummm...This very same healthcare that your Heroes are trying to undo...and substitute it with a plan which discriminates on those with pre-existing conditions...the very thing you like to see covered!



Attempting insults and bluster mean you have nothing substantive but I will give you another go at it.


When you at least do some research and get an understanding of what you are talking about...then I'm sure you will be treated with a measure of respect
 deetristate
Joined: 12/4/2014
Msg: 358
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/28/2017 11:20:19 AM
You choose your heroes. I will choose mine.

Your designating something as heroic for me after reading and responding to a post where I stated my problems with the bill proposed is...well..sad.

It is really not necessary or required except in your mind that you disagree with everything that I post.
Really.
It really is not.

No one has disagreed with the concept of covering people with prexisting conditions. Even the person you stay up all night hating -Trump.
The bill at issue even does it, albeit in a terrible way.
Many states were doing it well even before the other junk that is in the ACA was added.
You know, that cause many people to have no insurance options in their counties, much higher premiums and deductibles so high that they can't use the insurance?



(Psst. Good that you caught your posting error. You almost revealed yourself to everyone)
 forumslady
Joined: 12/7/2016
Msg: 359
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/28/2017 11:36:14 AM
deetristate-
"They could keep the children on the insurance and preexisting condition parts without all that other stuff."

Could you be a tad more specific? "Other stuff" is rather broad, don't you think?

A lot of you, regardless of partisanship, are not being very smart about what you are asking for, with the GOP healthcare plan.

For one thing, it was so awful, several GOP members came out and said they would not vote for it, forcing them to table a vote until they could regroup after the 4th of July break.
They know it's awful, as is.
Supporting a repeal without a replacement would be just as much a disaster as passing the initial plan would have been.

I'm trying to tell you people, as someone who has worked in healthcare for over two decades, we need a smart healthcare plan.
It's fairly simple minded to say keep children insured and keep the pre-existing health condition acceptance, but get rid of the "other stuff."

Do any of you even know what the "other stuff" is?

Medicaid and medicare, alone, covers millions. The elderly, the disabled, low income people and their children.

I can think of dozen's of my disabled, pediatric patients who would be dead, right now, if the GOP healthcare plan that was tabled had been in effect when they were my patients.

Please, before you support something, research what you are supporting.

Unless some of you intend to support letting disabled children, the elderly, the poor and their dependents die, you don't want to support too many restrictions for coverage of people in those categories.

The vast majority of us will face having whatever healthcare coverage passes having a direct impact on either us, or a loved one.

Supporting or rejecting someone on the basis of what party passes it, is narrow minded and, frankly, ignorant.

I would HIGHLY suggest everyone pay attention to the details of whatever plan is proposed next.
There are times when the devil is in the details, this is one of those times!
 Yule_liquor
Joined: 12/7/2011
Msg: 360
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/28/2017 12:14:29 PM

Your designating something as heroic for me after reading and responding to a post where I stated my problems with the bill proposed is...well..sad.


except that the "problem" you voiced is NOT a problem under Obamacare...and it certainly is under Trumpcare


It is really not necessary or required except in your mind that you disagree with everything that I post.


What is not required?
COverage for pre-existing conditions!
Lets just insure everyone who is 100% healthy...and if they get sick, we'll just kickem' off the plan!
Or better yet, let the Gov't pay for it (which means the taxpayer), after they go broke


No one has disagreed with the concept of covering people with prexisting conditions. Even the person you stay up all night hating -Trump.


yeah but at what price?...its easy for the GOP to say they wanna cover these Pple...but the sneaky S.O.Bs don't tell ya, what its gonna cost some poor basterd because he/she is now in the so-called "high risk pool"

A friend of mine who owned a motorcycle was in 2 accidents within 2 years...neither was completely his fault...take a guess how high his coverage went up to, as he was put in the high risk catagory! ....(hint: he no longer rides a Bike)


The bill at issue even does it, albeit in a terrible way.


Well, ya don't say!


Many states were doing it well even before the other junk that is in the ACA was added.
You know, that cause many people to have no insurance options in their counties, much higher premiums and deductibles so high that they can't use the insurance?


Again, if you took the time to do any research...you would see that the reason pple have no insurance options is because the GOP SABOTAGED it in the red states......Look Up: Risk corridor pools/ACA
Now look and see who defunded these reserves (to keep the market insurance Co profitable)....(hint: it wasn't the Dems)
And then look and see why the insurance companies had to raise premiums...or pull out of some markets

See, the GOP sticks a nail in your car tire...and they want you to blame the Tire Company for making a bad product.

The ACA works...it you allow it to work...as it does in many Blue states
But because it was a Black-man who put it through...there is no way that the largely white male GOP dominated Senate/House will honor it.


Good that you caught your posting error. You almost revealed yourself to everyone)


Sure, I'll reveal what you been revealing all along...that you can barely put 2 sentences together
 deetristate
Joined: 12/4/2014
Msg: 361
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/28/2017 12:59:51 PM
Given that preimum increases and prohibitive deductibles occurred in 41 states, not just red ones, I will just disregard everything else that you wrote, "yule."


That last comment really revealed you. Ha!
 chameleonf
Joined: 12/22/2008
Msg: 362
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/28/2017 1:01:59 PM
There's no doubt that the old needs to be replaced with the new (young). If Democrats want to make an impact going forward instead of using the same old war horses, they'd likely get more spark going with people like Joe Kennedy III: https://www.boston.com/news/politics/2017/05/09/rep-joe-kennedy-iii-is-achieving-facebook-gold-with-his-house-floor-speeches
 triblata
Joined: 6/11/2017
Msg: 363
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/28/2017 1:08:57 PM
This is all relatively simple. The government can no longer afford to pay for, for profit insurance or for profit health care. Most people cannot afford to pay for the exorbitantly expensive insurance policies. There is only one Viable solution....a One Payer system. Everything the government touches it distorts.. and so does health care insurance. Either do away with insurance entirely and watch costs come down dramatically, or provide a more viable system... what we have now will not survive...whether the Affordable Care Act, or the American Act... neither are viable in the long term. Neither of them do anything about dramatically rising costs. Eventually insurance will be so expensive that only the very wealthiest will buy it... then the system obviously implodes and costs come way down.

Preexisting conditions are a huge problem..in Florida at least, they can not raise your rates or kick you off a plan if you develop a preexisting condition... but if you let a policy lapse...you are in trouble... and with premiums getting so high, not hard to imagine a number of people will have no choice but to allow their policies to lapse. Then they are screwed. Still, can't blame people for letting their policies lapse when they consume such a high percentage of their income. ...One payer the only solution.

 triblata
Joined: 6/11/2017
Msg: 364
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/28/2017 1:22:55 PM
An excerpt from Stockman today:


The American economy has been mangled by decades of statist assault on capitalist prosperity. Growth is dying because the Fed has induced corporate America to strip-mine its balance sheets and cash flows to feed the maws of Wall Street. Trillions of cash have been shunted into financial engineering (stock buybacks, M&A deals and leveraged recaps) to the neglect of real investment and productivity.

Likewise, households and students have become debt serfs living a false and precarious simulacrum of prosperity on the back of $14 trillion of IOUs. At the same time, the swelling ranks of aging Baby Boomers are fueling a bow wave of Welfare State spending for retirement and medical entitlements that is unknown to prior history.

So too, there goes the unfolding financial demise of much of the nation's state and local government sector, which labors under $3 trillion of conventional debt and $5 trillion or more of unfunded pensions and other employee benefits. The current financial travails of Puerto Rico and Illinois are just straws in the wind. . .



And it doesn't take much insight to recognize that the Imperial City has become fiscally incontinent. As we demonstrated yesterday, the demise of McConnell Care was owing to the fact that the Senate GOP can't even cut a runaway entitlement program for poor people.

Total Medicaid spending will soar from $4 trillion in the last decade to $8.2 trillion in the next ten years under Obamacare and $7.7 trillion under the failed Senate plan.

But the legislative contest between 100% growth versus 75% growth wasn't about humanitarian concern for the poor. It was a consequence of the political mobilization of the army of vendors---hospitals, nursing homes, drug rehab centers, Planned Parenthood, Big Pharma, the American Medical Association etc-----that live off the $650 billion that will be dispersed by Federal and state government in the coming year.

Yet we are supposed to believe that this rickety system will crank forward indefinitely-----with higher and more sustained growth than we have had at anytime this century----- because when push-comes-to-shove Washington will come to the rescue. At bottom, that's the future scenario priced-in by today's manic financial markets. . . . .

Let's start with the most crucial clarification of all. Donald Trump's role in history is to function not as the nation's Savior but as the Great Disrupter. His job is to throw stones in the gears of the American Superstate, thereby precipitating the final crisis that will shatter the status quo.

He is making good progress on that front because he is taking the battle straight to the mainstream media. At bottom, the latter now function as the propaganda arm of the Imperial City, anesthetizing the unwashed masses with "fake news" designed to obfuscate the rot that lies below. But the Donald's tweet storms have nothing to do with governance or furthering any kind of policy agenda---let alone a pro-growth revival of the mythical 'morning in America" of the Reagan era.

To the contrary, they embody the egomaniacal fantasies, rage and bile that stews within the man. Just consider the Donald's tweets of the last 24 hours. They amount to policy-free petulance about the manner in which he is personally treated by the media....

For crying out loud, the whole fantasy is dead in the water. Obamacare is here to stay---along with the rest of the Welfare State; tax cuts will never happen because there is no way to finance them; a massive debt-funded infrastructure program is a pipe dream because conservatives oppose it and Democrats don't want to help Trump; and what the Senate really proved yesterday is that the Republican party is a gang of factions that will never agree on anything to rescue a battered national economy that is sinking toward the flat line. . . .

In short, the sum of business sector debt (corporate and noncorporate) stood at $8.7 trillion on the eve of the great financial crisis (Q4 2007). It now stands at $13.2 trillion, and that $4.5 trillion or 50% gain was not pumped into productive investments on main street.

The overwhelming share of the gain went into financial engineering and dodgy "subprime" credit activities of every kind. And that's where the next devastating financial crisis is lurking.

When the shattering implosion of this house of cards finally does materialize, Janet naturally will profess to not understanding where it came from---just like Bernanke and Greenspan did last time.

But this time there will be no escaping the carnage by doubling-down on the printing presses. That would be a profession of complete central banking failure and would destroy confidence in the casino, not revive it.
 Yule_liquor
Joined: 12/7/2011
Msg: 365
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/28/2017 2:14:33 PM
#369


Given that preimum increases and prohibitive deductibles occurred in 41 states, not just red ones, I will just disregard everything else that you wrote


Sure, then disregard that Market place plans like United healthcare has also had to raise premiums in more profitable blue states...to make up for their losses in red states..........in order to keep from bailing out completely!

But don't let the facts get in the way of your delusion

..........................................

#371


There is only one Viable solution....a One Payer system.


And this is what even Trump had proposed....listen to his first GOP debate
But then he did an "about face" on it real quick!
This shows that even Trump knows what the best system is, and what would save the most in costs.


Either do away with insurance entirely and watch costs come down dramatically,


won't happen because both Parties are "in bed" with the insurance industry


whether the Affordable Care Act, or the American Act... neither are viable in the long term.


And only when we have a total breakdown/chaos.....then that is when we might get a 1 payor system.
 LOLTrump
Joined: 3/7/2017
Msg: 366
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/28/2017 5:46:52 PM

Given that preimum increases and prohibitive deductibles occurred in 41 states, not just red ones, I will just disregard everything else that you wrote


I bet she also disregards the fact that the GOP and state governments are the ones causing the increases.



Republicans' fingerprints are all over Obamacare premium increases
May 5, 2017

Before the House of Representatives' health care vote on Thursday, President Donald Trump took to Twitter to press his case to repeal the Affordable Care Act. That morning, he tweeted "Death spiral!" over a link to news that Aetna would pull out of the Virginia insurance exchange out of fear of potential losses. A few hours later, he proclaimed, "Insurance companies are fleeing ObamaCare — it is dead."...

..But it's not the problems in the Affordable Care Act exchanges that are driving the Republican effort to repeal Obamacare. It's the Republican effort to kill Obamacare that's causing problems in the exchanges.

The dynamic of Republicans undermining the ACA and then pointing to resulting rate increases as proof that it must be repealed predates President Trump. For years, Republicans have refused to fund so-called risk corridor payments at the level required by the ACA. Those payments were designed to help encourage more insurers to offer plans in the exchanges by compensating them for some of the risks associated with setting prices in a new market. If the rates insurers set for their plans were too low to cover their risk pool — for example, if their new customers turned out to be sicker than expected — the federal government would make payments to mitigate their losses. Companies that made unexpectedly large profits would contribute to the fund, and the federal government would make up the rest.
 LLove2LaughToo
Joined: 6/6/2016
Msg: 367
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/29/2017 4:23:22 AM

Msg: 327
Dee, Vlad and Head Cheerleader are straight up bigots of the highest order, and most of their love for Trump centers around the bigotry plank of his campaign.


Thank you for pointing out the obvious.

In other news, did anyone saw the creepy 'grab her by the pvssy' president flirting with Caitriona Perry , an Irish reporter from RTE News?
 LOLTrump
Joined: 3/7/2017
Msg: 368
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/29/2017 7:21:12 AM

In other news, did anyone saw the creepy 'grab her by the pvssy' president flirting with Caitriona Perry , an Irish reporter from RTE News?


Just more proof, that once a perv, always a perv.



Either way,

The Office - The Whitehouse... Same thing.

https://streamable.com/rx9ol
 vlad dracul
Joined: 4/30/2009
Msg: 369
view profile
History
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/29/2017 2:24:23 PM
Hawking
"You could go through THOUSANDS of posts from Dee, Vlad, John, Doubleknotspy7, PurpleRider, and of course Head Cheerleader, as well as those of all their “kin,” both on this message board and many others, from Fox News to PJ Media, and, with the possible exception of during the “Syrian Missile Crisis,” find only enough criticism of Trump from his supporters to fill a thimble. Some of those I mentioned have NEVER criticized a SINGLE thing about Trump, not even during the “Access Hollywood Crisis,” despite the fact that nearly all of them are supposedly ultra-religious and opposed to vulgarity."

Of course i can only speak for myself here but what exactly is 'access hollywood crisis'? And for what reason exactly would i want to criticise president the donald? He's not my president. In fact we do not have a president over here.

And can you point me in the direction where my 'ultra religion' side is? I have no religious belief. I did post when the syrian missile thingy happened. I was most disappointed with president the donald. The reason i was wanting trump to win the presidential election was simple.

We had a referendum in Scotland regarding independence. But it was for the citizens in Scotland to have their say. But your president obama and warned us of dire consequences if we voted for independence.........

"US President Barack Obama has tweeted his hopes for a 'No' vote in today's Scottish independence referendum. In a post on Twitter on Wednesday, Obama reiterated his stance against an independent Scotland, saying he hopes the UK remains "strong, robust and united".
http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/scotland-independence-referendum-president-obama-tweets-support-no-vote-1466018

Not content with trying to influence the Scots the right to govern themselves he then involved himself regarding the referendum on us leaving the eu. He was then followed by clinton. It was citizens of these islands who would decide brexit or not. So why did these two issue warnings?.......

""In the months leading up to the United Kingdom's referendum on its European Union membership, President Barack Obama urged Britons to think carefully about the choice ahead of them.
Leaving the EU would move the U.K. to the “back of the queue” on trade deals, he warned in April, and cast doubt upon the global institutions created in the wreckage of World War II.

Hillary Clinton, too, cautioned Britons against scuppering decades of ever-growing trans-Atlantic cooperation. In April, Jake Sullivan, her top foreign policy adviser, said the Western alliance has always been “strongest when Europe is united.” Donald Trump, on the other hand, while at times a full-throated supporter of Brexit, cautioned in a TV interview, “I don’t think anybody should listen to me because I haven’t really focused on it very much.”
http://www.politico.com/story/2016/06/obama-brexit-wont-affect-special-relationship-224764

Trump though said it was up to the citizens of these islands to choose. Obama and clinton getting involved helped brexit no end.

Then there was ttip. Obamas 'legacy'. Clinton was pro ttip then anti ttip because bernie sanders was anti ttip. I'm not sure if you aware of ttip but there is a ground swell of opposition. Clinton was not to be trusted because she was wall streets choice........

"As more is revealed about the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), it is clear that it has little to do with improving trade. If implemented corporations will have the power to force governments to put corporate interests above the needs of their own citizens.

From labour protection to public health, corporations are using the a rapidly-growing private justice system known as Investor-State Dispute Settlements, the proposed enforcement mechanism for TTIP, to sue governments for anticipated lost future profits incurred from the passage of democratically-decided regulation."
http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/staggers/2016/04/its-not-just-europeans-who-will-feel-consequences-ttip

"On Sunday, June 14th, Hillary Clinton came out publicly for the first time in support of President Obama’s trade-deals — TPP with Asia, TTIP with Europe, and on TISA with all nations to lower the standards on banking and insurance and to privatize government services."
http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/7582738

So your nation tried to undermine the will of the citizens on these islands. So forgive me if i felt a bit of schadenfreude when president the donald won the presidential race.

You also wrote

"Individually, there are plenty of other reasons for contempt. Dee, Vlad and Head Cheerleader are straight up bigots of the highest order, and most of their love for Trump centers around the bigotry plank of his campaign."

Any chance you can show me an example of my bigotry then? What in your world do you class as bigotry?

And no i wanted trump to win because of obamas and clintons involvement in trying to influence events on these islands.
 triblata
Joined: 6/11/2017
Msg: 370
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/29/2017 2:30:00 PM
"Individually, there are plenty of other reasons for contempt. Dee, Vlad and Head Cheerleader are straight up bigots of the highest order, and most of their love for Trump centers around the bigotry plank of his campaign."

You didn't ask me... but I have seen no evidence of your bigotry... and I know "Head Cheerleader" is not a bigot.... Dee is a bigot though. She's proves that over and over.
 deetristate
Joined: 12/4/2014
Msg: 371
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/29/2017 3:15:19 PM
big·ot
'big?t/
noun
a person who is intolerant toward those holding different opinions.
"don't let a few small-minded bigots destroy the good image of the city"

I believe that more accurately describes the leftists on this board. You know, those who devolve to derision and name calling and attempt at insult when people have different opinions. You know, the people who report others, change their photos and try to or have them removed or banned from the board.

People misuse the word all the time.


That list of people is good company to keep, though. Thanks!
 gtomustang
Joined: 6/16/2007
Msg: 372
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/29/2017 3:23:10 PM
interesting that American politicians telling the Brits what to do and not to do in their politics, is bad....but Russians sticking their nose in American politics, well, looking at that is just a witch hunt.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/white-house-defends-trump-attacks-on-msnbc-host-mika-brzezinski/ar-BBDsfck?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartandhp

its Hillaryous the so called Deep State that has been working for the Republicans since CREEP can't find a way to disable Chump's Twit feed so he can't be such a Twit. You'd think they might be embarrassed by now.

"Republican lawmakers began to distance themselves from the statement almost as soon as Trump posted it.
“Mr. President, your tweet was beneath the office and represents what is wrong with American politics, not the greatness of America,” Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina said in a tweet.
Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin said, “Obviously, I don’t see that as an appropriate comment.” Speaking at a press conference, he added, “What we’re trying to do around here is improve the tone, the civility of the debate, and this obviously doesn’t help do that.”
Republican former Florida Governor Jeb Bush said in a tweet Trump’s statement was “Inappropriate. Undignified. Unpresidential.” Democratic House leader Nancy Pelosi of California told reporters Trump’s remark was “blatantly sexist” and “really sad.”

Scarborough and Brzezinski once had a friendly relationship with Trump, with the real-estate mogul frequently calling in to their television show during the presidential campaign. He even offered to host their wedding at the White House. But he since has been angered by the two hosts’ public criticism of his conduct in office.
“I heard poorly rated @Morning_Joe speaks badly of me (don’t watch anymore),” Trump said on Twitter. “Then how come low I.Q. Crazy Mika, along with Psycho Joe, came to Mar-a-Lago 3 nights in a row around New Year’s Eve, and insisted on joining me. She was bleeding badly from a face-lift. I said no!”
“This is not okay,” Republican Representative Lynn Jenkins of Kansas said on Twitter. “As a female in politics I am often criticized for my looks. We should be working to empower women.”

“This has to stop,” Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine said on Twitter. “We don’t have to get along, but we must show respect and civility.”
“Please just stop. This isn’t normal and it’s beneath the dignity of your office,” Republican Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska said on Twitter Thursday.
A senior vice president at NBC News, Mark Kornblau, also responded to the president’s attack: “Never imagined a day when I would think to myself, ‘it is beneath my dignity to respond to the President of the United States.”’

First lady Melania Trump said before the election she would use her role to highlight the negative impact of cyberbullying, though there’s been no details released about what she plans to do. Asked for a response to the president’s attack on Brzezinski on Thursday, her spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, said: "As the first lady has stated publicly in the past, when her husband gets attacked, he will punch back 10 times harder."

Ah, if only we could go back to the days of Obama and have pride and dignity back in the Oval Office!
 LOLTrump
Joined: 3/7/2017
Msg: 373
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/29/2017 4:08:19 PM

First lady Melania Trump said before the election she would use her role to highlight the negative impact of cyberbullying, though there’s been no details released about what she plans to do. Asked for a response to the president’s attack on Brzezinski on Thursday, her spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, said: "As the first lady has stated publicly in the past, when her husband gets attacked, he will punch back 10 times harder."


So what did they say about him that made him snap like that?

Either way, I am sure everyone is proud that the USA has a president that uses the same rational as a 6 year old.



Either way, based on how he likes to rile up his base and the newest NRA ad (which is nothing more than a call to people to go out and shoot the liberals) it is no surprise that hate crimes are on the increase.


NRA derp

https://streamable.com/fhdwb
 Kj521
Joined: 11/16/2016
Msg: 374
The Democratic Leader
Posted: 6/29/2017 4:46:58 PM
"Either way, I am sure everyone is proud that the USA has a president that uses the same rational as a 6 year old."


Many of us are. When one is dealing with 2 year olds.....the rational of a 6 year old is an appropriate response. :)


****In case you are interested......looks like James O'Keefe has a surprise for Jim Acosta tomorrow.

****And Wikileaks appears to have something they will be releasing in 5 days. I think it with have to do with an unholy alliance between Google and the CIA.....but that is just a guess. :)
 N2U16
Joined: 9/25/2016
Msg: 375
gReMLiNs UnHiNgEd!
Posted: 6/29/2017 5:17:05 PM
Hilarious video about Elizabeth Warren’s “People will Die” comments to vilify the other side LOL

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXWhbUUE4ko
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