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Monday, January 23, 2017

Biggest mass temper tantrum in history!

We can go back and forth on the size of the inauguration crowd, or how many people watched it world wide, or whatever... but one thing is for certain:

This was the largest full scale all out coordinated group temper tantrum ever performed anywhere.

One has to be amazed at just how many sore losers are willing to come out to display such hatred of one man, and such intolerance for those who support him.

To be clear, nobody suggests that you cannot protest something peacefully. Of course, one "might" prefer that those protests be in resistance to something "other" than the Democratic process, the peaceful transfer of power, and the American tradition of showing respect for a new leader.

The protesters will have you believe that they are protesting something tangible. Of course, the President hasn't been President long enough to have done anything to warrant any real protests, and these protests were planned well before he took office. Apparently the protesters must be suggesting this is a preemptive protest against possible future actions that may or may not occur. You can imagine how these possibilities can get people all worked up.


The reality, however, is something quite different. Regardless of what is being claimed... they are literally protesting the fact that Trump won. They are protesting the fact that more people in more states with more electoral college votes, cast their votes for the candidate that these people did not want to win.  This is quite literally a protest of the ultimate group of sore losers, protesting the fact that they lost. Nothing more, nothing less.

Scratch beneath the surface of what this is all about, and it doesn't take a genius to figure out the underlying circular reasoning for "why" they lost in the first place.


123 comments:

opie said...

Reality is, this country still allows free speech in spite of your alternate universe rant. LOL

rrb said...



the irony is that the temper tantrums simply acted to reaffirm the decision of every person who voted for trump.

and for that we thank you.

opie said...

and for that we thank you.


Especially his disgraceful conduct at the CIA memorial, showing to all trump voters what a horses ass he can be when his ego is threatened.

opie said...

The secret is out, Trump had no secret plan to defeat ISIS....Surprise Surprise!!!

So there was no secret plan to beat ISIS?

Among the first executive orders that President Trump will sign Monday will be an order to the defense secretary and joint chiefs to come up with a plan to eviscerate the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL, according to the new morning newsletter published by Axios.

Other orders seem to follow the script. As President George W. Bush did, Mr. Trump will reinstate language barring foreign family-planning aid to nongovernmental organizations that also provide abortions. He will formalize his five-year ban on administration officials becoming lobbyists, a policy instituted during the transition, and is likely to impose some kind of hiring freeze in federal agencies.

Loretta Russo said...

"Scratch beneath the surface of what this is all about, and it doesn't take a genius to figure out the underlying circular reasoning for "why" they lost in the first place."

Indeed.

C.H. Truth said...

this country still allows free speech in spite of your alternate universe rant.

Which is exactly what my post (criticizing them) is... free speech.

And your comment (criticizing my opinion criticizing the protesters) is... free speech...

And Rat's comment (criticizing your opinion of my opinion of the protesters)... free speech.


See how that works, Opie...

Just because you have a right to stage a temper tantrum, doesn't mean you won't get called on doing so!

Loretta Russo said...

LOL

Commonsense said...

Opie thinks he's the only one who has rights.

Commonsense said...

BTW the great new woman's movement will be forgotten by Friday.

Roger Amick said...

CNN)Is Donald Trump really a "big fan" of the intelligence community, as he claimed on Twitter, or did he disparage intelligence professionals when he repeatedly referred to them and their work in sneer quotes about "Intelligence" briefings and the "so-called 'Russian hacking'"?

Did Trump mock a disabled reporter, or did your eyes, and the Hollywood elite make you think he did?
Did he convince Ford not to move a car plant to Mexico, saving American jobs, or was it all a fabrication for publicity?
Did he win the election with a historically narrow victory, or did he score a "landslide"?
The questions are endless, and the answers, unless you're paying very close attention -- all the time -- can require significant effort to ascertain. Reality is becoming hazy in the era of Trump. And that's no accident.
The fact is Trump has become America's gaslighter in chief.
If you've never heard the term, prepare to learn it and live with it every day. Unless Trump starts behaving in a radically different way after he becomes President, gaslighting will become one of the words of 2017.
The term comes from the 1930s play "Gas Light" and the 1940s Hollywood movie version (Gaslight) in which a manipulative husband tries to unmoor his wife, played by Ingrid Bergman, by tampering with her perception of reality. He dims the gaslights and then pretends it's only she who thinks they are flickering as the rooms grow darker.
That's only the beginning. He uses a variety of truth-blurring techniques. His goal is to exert power and control by creating doubts about what is real and what isn't, distracting her as he attempts to steal precious jewels.
Mental health professionals have made much of the practice, said to be a favorite of narcissists and abusive spouses. But more recently the tactical tampering with the truth has become a preferred method of strongmen around the world. Gaslighting by other means was always a common feature of dictatorships, but it has found new vogue as a more subtle form of domestic political control even in countries with varying degrees of democracy.

Roger Amick said...


Donald Trump's history of Twitter battles

Donald Trump's history of Twitter battles 02:29
Now Trump has brought it to the United States. The techniques include saying and doing things and then denying it, blaming others for misunderstanding, disparaging their concerns as oversensitivity, claiming outrageous statements were jokes or misunderstandings, and other forms of twilighting the truth.
Recall the presidential campaign. By early summer, Trump had already accumulated a long list of statements he made and then denied making; enough that fact-checkers could hardly keep up. He told his supporters to "knock the crap out" of protesters at his rallies, adding "I will pay your legal fees." When confronted with the statement, he responded: "I didn't say that."
After mimicking a disabled reporter and seeing the video used as evidence against him, he repeatedly denied it, claiming his opponents should be embarrassed to say he did. "I would NEVER mock disabled. Shame!" The denials continued after Meryl Streep brought up the subject this week at the Golden Globes. With the video easily available, Trump's argument boiled down to "Who do you trust, me or your lying eyes?"
Trump mocks intel agencies on Russian hack

Trump mocks intel agencies on Russian hack 02:08
When Trump says something that outrages a portion of the population and pleases one segment, he can have it both ways. Voters eager for a tough guy president may be happy with the bully, while those who don't like it might be appeased by the denial. In the end, few people can keep up with all the facts all the time. And as he tries to undercut the credibility of serious journalists, he makes it even harder for everyone else to find an easy path to the truth.
Just before Friday's intelligence briefing on Russian hacks, Trump approvingly tweeted about Julian Assange's statements denying Russian involvement. When he was criticized for trusting the head of WikiLeaks more than US intelligence professionals, he accused the "dishonest media" of claiming he agreed with Assange.
The fact is, many people hear only Trump's version of events, and polls show many people believe even the most obvious distortions of the truth.
He's just getting started, but compared with the man he admires so much, he's a rank amateur at gaslighting.

C.H. Truth said...

Wow Roger...

Looks like the media is successfully "gaslighting" you into believing this.

Roger Amick said...

He reportedly financed liberal groups and neo-Nazi skinheads. Russian politics became theater, and Putin gradually gained almost total control, with the independent media gradually disappearing as an alternative to journalists loyal to the government.
Russia's false reality then moved from the domestic arena to global theater. When "little green men" made their appearance in Ukraine's Crimea, Russia denied that there were Russian operatives in unmarked uniforms. And when pro-Russian militias emerged in Ukraine and elsewhere, Moscow claimed they emerged spontaneously in a quest for independence, even as Russian military forces moved into position in a sovereign country.
Russia even tried to gaslight US voters, as intelligence agencies concluded, trying to undermine their faith in the democratic process. And when Moscow thought Trump would lose, it planned to promote the view that the election was stolen, under the #DemocracyRIP banner, a plan whose seeds Trump had already planted.
The challenge will be a steep one for journalists and for all Americans, when so much of what comes from the next president has to be checked and double-checked. The first step is to establish when there is a gaslighting operation in progress.
Then comes the battle to hold on to the facts.

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I have been saying this for a week. This post is absolute proof, and it's working very well on the man who claims to be a coldheartedtruth analyst.

Loretta Russo said...

Plagiarized spam by the drunkard.

Loretta Russo said...

Plagiarized spam by the drunkard.

Roger Amick said...

I've been saying this long before this story broke, CH. You are example number one of his successful it's been.

Loretta Russo said...

Plagiarized spam by the drunkard.

Loretta Russo said...

Go to bed, you're drunk again.

Roger Amick said...

I have been wondering for quite some time, trying to figure out how and why Donald Trump was able to con, not only about 27% of the eligible voters, and a large number of bloggers, pundits and even the hard right, into supporting a proven, narcissism liar, and trusting him with the Presidency of the United States Of America.

This explains it and how it works. Your posts here today, that I knew was coming, that you are ignoring that this world wide movement would become the roots of a social and political movement.

I don't waste my time, just goofing off. I have always been fascinated by the world around us. These thoughts, so to speak, roll around in my mind. Eventually, if I think that it's reasonable, I compose the ideas in my brain, and put them into written words.

It's a logical explanation of what I've been observing here. I'm sure that it will be dismissed by those who will remain unnamed, have already dismissed it, because it's beyond their intellectual abilities.

Later, I have important family matters to attend to. Sadly, one of my older sisters is sliding into dementia. It's so sad. She is ten years older than me. She had the great fortune of taking care of me when my mom went to work. I was a pretentious child. aka, a pain in the ass.

Commonsense said...

President Donald Trump​ signs an executive order withdrawing the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal.
President Trump signs executive order imposing federal government employee hiring freeze, except for the military.
President Trump signs executive order reinstating the Mexico City abortion rules.


There's a new sheriff in town.

Roger Amick said...

Gaslight at work.

Every single executive order signed by President Obama was overstepped his authority.

The withdrawal from a treaty that was approved by the Senate, is quite possibly unconstitutional.

Commonsense said...

Numnuts. The TPP was a trade agreement that never went before the senate.

Commonsense said...

Warren in trouble in 2018?

The Left keeps insisting that unvarnished progressivism holds the key to future Democratic Party success. A new poll from WBUR suggests it might not even be the future of Democratic success in Massachusetts. Only 44 percent think Elizabeth Warren should win another term in the Senate, while slightly more say they’ve seen enough.

As far as red flags go, that's a four-alarm fire.

Roger Amick said...

the deal had not been approved by Congress

C.H. Truth said...

I've been saying this long before this story broke, CH. You are example number one of his successful it's been.

Actually only one of us has been "gaslighted" by the press on this one... but then again, the weak minded are always swayed by the "media". You're the reason why they continue to do it!

opie said...

Hot air opinion, menstral child. Seems a little disingenuous to already be talking who is going to be in trouble 2 years from now. As far as red flags go.... it means less than the 3 million votes for HRC that meant nothing.

Commonsense said...

Actually Hot Air didn't say that the WMUR poll did.

Try and keep up.

opie said...

oretta Russo said...
Plagiarized spam by the drunkard.
January 23, 2017 at 10:23 AM
Blogger Loretta Russo said...
Go to bed, you're drunk again.

The stupidity runs rampant. Makes her feel good to look so small. LOL

C.H. Truth said...

The withdrawal from a treaty that was approved by the Senate, is quite possibly unconstitutional.

The Trans-Pacific-Partnership has not been ratified by Congress, Roger. In fact, I don't believe that any Countries have ratified the agreement at this point.

opie said...

See how that works, Opie..

I see your pedantic BS is in full view CH and your inability to understand that my criticism has nothing to do with free speech. You once again show naively decide to create an alternate facts to support your feeble rant. Again, thanx again for telling me how I think, Kellyanne.... LOLOL

opie said...

The Trans-Pacific-Partnership has not been ratified by Congress,

Funny how you work CH. Driving home when an error is made, but still will not provide his source that El Nino was the cause of most of the heat for the record year and speaking for me on that subject. Why are you now a alternate fact believer????? LOL

C.H. Truth said...

This explains it and how it works. Your posts here today, that I knew was coming, that you are ignoring that this world wide movement would become the roots of a social and political movement.

Ha! Hating Donald Trump and the fact that he won the election, is not a social movement, Roger...

Standing up on stage and yelling about how he looks like he bathed in Cheeto dust, or telling everyone you want to blow up the White House certainly falls short of any previous example of a social movement of any substance.

But hey, Roger...

if the media tells you it's a "social movement" - I expect you will take them at their word.

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Bottom line: The reason you "knew" I would write this post, is because you inherently understand that name-calling and fantasies about blowing things up... all because your side lost... is not really a social movement. Even you (deep down) understand it's a tantrum.

Roger Amick said...

Gaslight

Roger Amick said...

Donald Trump has accepted the oath of office to be President but has utterly refused to comply with the Constitutional requirements to cease accepting all forms of foreign government payments – which his hotels, his Trump Tower, and presumably other Trump businesses continue to accept. Former Bush White House Counsel Richard W. Painter is part of the all-star team of lawyers suing Trump to enforce the Constitution, and he went on Australian TV to deliver an ultimatum to Donald Trump; Comply, leave or face involuntary eviction from the White House:

“He makes sure first and foremost, that he complies with the Constitution, that means the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution with respect to the foreign government payments. That also means the provisions of the Constitution that protect Americans from discrimination based on their religious faith. We are not going to be keeping a registry of Muslims in America, we’re not going to be deporting Muslims, we’re not going to be barring people from coming into our country because of their religion.

“All of those ideas are antithetical to our Constitution and he is going to need to comply with the Constitution to be a good President, in order to remain as President.”

“We will remove a President who cannot comply with the Constitution.”

Richard Painter also told the Aussie news magazine that the Trump brand is a danger to national security, as it could make the buildings a terrorist target. It’s an entirely reasonable supposition considering that most attacks today happen at “soft targets” like public places where regular, innocent people live their lives, rather than against heavily fortified government buildings.

For example, Trump has a new tower in the increasingly authoritarian country of Turkey, which is a nation of great strategic importance for its proximity to the conflicts in the Middle East. Painter explains this creates a major conflict of interest between our security and private profit for the new President:

Roger Amick said...

Closing the Trans-Pacific-Partnership, will make the evil UAW and United Steel Workers unions happy.

Roger Amick said...

January 21 will be remembered far longer than that childish screech.. Speech on the 20th.

rrb said...

Blogger C.H. Truth said...
Wow Roger...

Looks like the media is successfully "gaslighting" you into believing this.
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indeed. whenever ol' rog latches on to a new term, in this case gaslighting, you can bet that there's a substantial amount of psychological projection at work.

caliphate4vr said...

Obama Averages 47.9% Job Approval as President

Only Truman, Ford, Carter had lower averages as president

rrb said...

that you are ignoring that this world wide movement would become the roots of a social and political movement.
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it's a movement all right. a bowel movement. it's a collection of the unhinged and deranged.

between ashley judd bragging about her bloody bed sheets and madonna ranting about blowing up the white house, it tells the sane and rational that you fucking retards have lost your fucking minds in a BIGLY way.

and i do hope they continue. let them reaffirm and reinforce the decision of every single american that voted for trump that they did the right thing.

rrb said...



too embarrassed to post your link, rog?


http://occupydemocrats.com/2017/01/23/bushs-top-ethics-lawyer-just-gave-trump-serious-ultimatum/


i can see why.

Commonsense said...

January 21 will be remembered far longer than that childish screech.. Speech on the 20th.

Yeah, because a bunch middle age hags wearing taco hats screaming F*** at the top of their lungs is always memorable.

Roger Amick said...

"Even you (deep down) understand it's a tantrum. "

Sorry my friend, that's not true. Nor is this impulsive. The last five years in my life, I have dealt with impulsive behavior and understanding it how it affects me and others. I don't act impulsively any more. I have spent, like I said, trying to understand how a man who is obviously intelligent and thoughtful, most of the time, has gotten behind, this narcissistic liar, who should never been allowed to take this job. This is a logical argument.

Roger Amick said...

This is precious. The White House spokesman said that they can have different facts.

Roger Amick said...

"We can disagree with the facts"

rrb said...



LOL. here we go!


"How the Women's march "genital-based" feminism isolated the transgendered community."

https://mic.com/articles/166273/how-the-women-s-march-s-genital-based-feminism-isolated-the-transgender-community#.uXHCu3TlU


and as usual, the left begins eating its own.


Roger Amick said...

White House press secretary Sean Spicer thinks his lies to reporters over the weekend are simply a different interpretation of the “facts.”

“I believe that we have to be honest with the American people, but I think sometimes we can disagree with the facts,” Spicer told reporters Monday in the first press briefing under President Donald Trump.

Huffington Post

rrb said...


so the pussies who actually have pussies have discriminated against the pussies who don't actually have pussies.

and this is a movement that will make history and will be taken (LOL) seriously.

gotcha, rog.

C.H. Truth said...

The last five years in my life, I have dealt with impulsive behavior and understanding it how it affects me and others.

You mean like how you always had to write a hastily thrown together post to repute something you didn't like that I wrote?

(In other words, the main reason I split the two blogs)?

I hate to tell you this, Roger... but even your newly found need to throw the phrase "gaslighting" all over the place is a sign of impulsive behavior. At least, it sure looks impulsive to the rest of us.

If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck... then Roger is still impulsive.

Roger Amick said...

Nice try rrb.

To their credit, the Women's Marches in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., both prominently featured trans women of color Laverne Cox and Janet Mock. In LA, Cox spoke out on North Carolina's House Bill 2, which requires the state's residents to use the bathroom that corresponds to their sex assigned at birth, rather than their gender identity — a direct affront to trans rights.

"If you are a girl like me, a woman like me, a transgender person like me, you live in a country that shames you, that stigmatizes you, that discriminates against you and criminalizes you," Cox said.

C.H. Truth said...

Roger - people disagree over what is fact and what is fake all the time. One person's fact is another person's fake news.

Hands up, don't shoot.
20 million new jobs.
etc...
etc...

Roger Amick said...

You are at stage four CH.

Roger Amick said...

You are at stage four CH.

Roger Amick said...

Nice try rrb.

To their credit, the Women's Marches in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., both prominently featured trans women of color Laverne Cox and Janet Mock. In LA, Cox spoke out on North Carolina's House Bill 2, which requires the state's residents to use the bathroom that corresponds to their sex assigned at birth, rather than their gender identity — a direct affront to trans rights.

"If you are a girl like me, a woman like me, a transgender person like me, you live in a country that shames you, that stigmatizes you, that discriminates against you and criminalizes you," Cox said.

rrb said...

White House press secretary Sean Spicer thinks his lies to reporters over the weekend are simply a different interpretation of the “facts.”
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huh.

facts suddenly matter to the media.

not so much when we were all getting grubered - if you like your doctor you can keep your doctor, if you like your insurance you can keep your insurance and you'll save $2500/year.

when there was not a smidgen of corruption at the IRS.

and so on and so forth.

NOW the media is suddenly the harbinger of all things factual.

hahahahahahahaha!

good one.

rrb said...

Nice try rrb.
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hey, take it up with the trannies who are pissed. the pussy-less pussies ain't pussy footing around this time.



unlike you, i actually provided a link.

yours could be a complete fabrication for all we know.

rrb said...

(In other words, the main reason I split the two blogs)?
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btw, feel free to shitcan the other blog if you like. i'm done with it. since i'm living rent free in roger's head anyway i really don't have a use for it.

rrb said...


a direct affront to "trans rights"?

what the fuck are "trans rights"?

we're glorifying mental illness now?

i'm calling bullshit.

you work with the junk God gave ya.

to use some phony bullshit as a ruse to sexually assault children is sick.

Loretta Russo said...

Drunk

Loretta Russo said...

Go to bed you're drunk again.

Loretta Russo said...

"You are at stage four CH."

Go to bed you're drunk again.

rrb said...


in case you were wondering, here's where roger came up with his new favorite phrase: gaslighting -


Today, Greg Popovich took the time to put his finger on the positive impact of the March, and to defend America’s media from Trump’s gaslighting. MySanAntonio.com reported his complete remarks:

http://occupydemocrats.com/2017/01/22/trump-fans-told-coach-popovich-stop-bashing-trump-just/

Roger Amick said...

POLITICSHarvard doctors just revealed how many people will die from repealing ObamacareZach Cartwright | January 23, 2017


Two physicians with decades of experience studying death rates relating to changes in health coverage have concluded that repealing Obamacare is fatal.

Drs. David Himmelstein and Steffie Woolhandler, both professors of public health at the City University of New York’s Hunter College and lecturers in medicine at Harvard Medical School, both agree that even under the most conservative estimates, getting rid of President Obama’s signature healthcare reform law will result in 43,956 deaths every year.

This is why congress should have to use the healthcare we use.

Like rrb would like for them to 'hurry up and die"

Roger Amick said...

rrb, as usual, you are wrong. I heard the term on a news show a few weeks ago, and since then I've been looking it up. I have a dozen sources from a Google query.

Roger Amick said...

Get off your drunk again wagon. I have not had a relapse and if I had, I would not be here, I would be in compulsive rehab or in an ash pot.

Loretta Russo said...

"in case you were wondering, here's where roger came up with his new favorite phrase: gaslighting - "

LOL, when isn't spamming this blog, he's on Facebook sharing the same crazy crap.

rrb said...


http://www.pnhp.org/

Who is PNHP

Physicians for a National Health Program is a non-profit research and education organization of 20,000 physicians, medical students and health professionals who support single-payer national health insurance.

Dr. Steffie Woolhandler on 'Democracy Now!'

Newsletter Editors:

Mark Almberg
Ida Hellander, MD
David Himmelstein, MD
Steffie Woolhandler, MD, MPH

PNHP co-founders Drs. Himmelstein & Woolhandler: ACA repeal would kill more than 43,000 people annually. http://wpo.st/8biT2


hack, hack, hack...


Loretta Russo said...

Roger, you're either drunk, on drugs or you are suffering from the same dementia (as CH said, Alzheimer's) as your sister.....

Whatever it is, you're not quite right......

rrb said...

Get off your drunk again wagon. I have not had a relapse and if I had, I would not be here, I would be in compulsive rehab or in an ash pot.
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hey, we're just trying to give you the benefit of the doubt. sane people don't behave like you. it's not a stretch to assume you're back on the sauce.

caliphate4vr said...

Who is PNHP

that was a favored source of that other union idiot on here

caliphate4vr said...

A law suit filed today by a group of prominent law professors, challenging President Donald Trump for alleged violations of the Constitution's Emoluments Clause, may well yield the same result - a complete rout and debacle, including a major loss - as the last major case brought by law professors, says public interest law professor John Banzhaf.

Roger Amick said...

Advocating a single payer system is a good idea. I wish Obama had gone all in and pushed for that. But he knew that he could not get anything if he took that path. So he took a look at Romney Care and took that nation wide. A Republican idea. But the Republicans refused to cooperate for one minute. So you are losing the argument, because the specifics on ObamaCare, have overwhelming support.

rrb said...


oh yeah, single payer is a splendid idea. for those who have socialist tendencies that is.

yup, deploy a 'least common denominator' policy that would royally fuck the majority of the populace, and then exempt yourself from the misery your foisted upon 'the little people.'

the equal distribution of misery is the mantra of the socialist.

good one, rog. you tyrannical little wanna-be dictator, you.





rrb said...



from cali's piece:

"It has been said that "those who can, do; those who can't, teach," and that many law professors could not litigate themselves out of a paper bag, much less find their way to the courthouse, notes Banzhaf, who has won over 100 legal proceedings, including several major constitutional victories."

LOL.

rrb said...




President Trump issued an executive order Monday freezing federal hiring. The hiring freeze excludes national security employees. A hiring freeze was included in the Trump presidential campaign’s “Contract with the American Voter.” It was the second of six measures “to clean up the corruption and special interest collusion in Washington, D.C.” and part of his “100-day action plan to Make America Great Again.” The plan excludes the “military, public safety, and public health.” News of the executive order drew immediate fire from the largest federal employee union. “President Trump’s action will disrupt government programs and services that benefit everyone and actually increase taxpayer costs

https://www.yahoo.com/news/m/06dd257d-5b3e-3f82-8d80-d866215b0b22/ss_trump-freezes-federal-hiring.html



awesome.



Loretta Russo said...

"Advocating a single payer system is a good idea. I wish Obama had gone all in and pushed for that"

Typical for a grifter such as yourself.

Roger Amick said...

https://www.prlog.org/#

Another blog that puts up right wing shit.

Roger Amick said...

Getting rid of the TPP is good for American jobs. The unions are happy with it, and I actually agree with what he's doing on this. More American jobs is a good deal. BUT, you will pay more for a lot of goods because we don't work people for $5 a day.

caliphate4vr said...

JOHN F. BANZHAF III, B.S.E.E., J.D., Sc.D.
Professor of Public Interest Law
George Washington University Law School,

Idiot

KD said...

Commonsense said...
Numnuts. The TPP was a trade agreement that never went before the senate. "

HB and the Facts are not friends.

Did you know that an RN can quit her job, go on Social Security Disability and take home the same amount of money . I was told that this weekend.


KD, Get Ready for HB to bolt said...

. BUT, you will pay more for a lot of goods because we don't work people for $5 a day." The Special Kind of Dumbass.


Tell us pray tell the exact items that will go up in price IF made in the USA.

rrb said...

Another blog that puts up right wing shit.
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Free press release and press room hosting, free distribution to search engines. Discounted press release distribution to news websites and journalists.


they distribute press releases you fucking moron. like this one:


Jennifer S. Wilkov to Participate In and Tell Women to Speak Up During the Women's March on Washington

New York City, New York, US - 385 Views - By Speak Up World LLC
Speak Up Women Conference Founder to March in the Women's March on Washington Today in Washington, D.C. Victim of the New York State Criminal Justice System's & Ameriprise Financial's Erroneous Campaigns -- Jennifer S.

https://www.prlog.org/#

KD said...

The Hiring Freeze of Federal Employees is Awesome (RRB).

Yep, with a full 28 % saying they will leave on their own IF Trump gets Elected, well, get to packing your shit up and get the fuck out.

KD said...

Roger Amick said...
Advocating a single payer system is a good idea. I wish Obama had gone all in and pushed for that. But he knew that he could not get anything if he took that path. " Brain Damaged Alky

Why not, the Dems were fully in charge and got not one vote.


By the way The VA is single payer, how much do you hate them for inflicting them with that Piece of Shit.



KD, HB Belived it said...

The ObamaPress continues to LIE.

They reported that MLK Bust was removed from the White House, IN FACT is was not.

I know the left is outraged, at being caught again.

rrb said...



LOL. this ought to be good...

fox news just hired marie harf.

KD said...

Next UP for President Action Trump.

Well, putting an end to NAFTA.

Yes WE CAN.


I wonder why HB ran off , is his tampon leaking?

caliphate4vr said...

the women's March more soros bullshit

Roger Amick said...

The Obama administration and congress worked together on the ACA.Single pay was considered, but it ran into opposition within the Democrats too. And if they would not unite behind it, nothing would have passed. Therefore the compromise.

Trump has said that he would keep the preexisting condition, and keeping children up to 26. Those are not popular among Republicans. The voucher system is a scam and even Trump won't support it, so he and Ryan have a wide river to bridge.

Ryan is still pushing he Ann Rynd elimination of Social Security and Medicare. Obama said he won't reduce them or eliminate them, so there are a lot of problems.

KD, Alky for the love of God said...

The economy is not working for most Americans. The economic data show lower unemployment and higher wages than eight years ago, but the typical family is still poorer today than it was in 2000, adjusted for inflation; median weekly earning are no higher than in 2000; a large number of working-age people — mostly men — have dropped out of the labor force altogether; and job insecurity is endemic." Robert Riech

Oh oh, wtf.

Obama said he won't reduce them or eliminate them, so there are a lot of problems. " The idiot Mutt

so what

KD, said...

My thoughts on the Bleeding Pussy March.

1, I think it was really planned to be a Yuge Celebration of the Hillary Win.

2, I wonder why liberal woman are so freaking poor that they can not buy their own tampons.

rrb said...

Roger Amick said...
The Obama administration and congress worked together on the ACA.
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correction:

The Obama administration and DEMOCRATS in congress worked together on the ACA.

the GOP was frozen out and each amendment they offered was rejected out of hand.

opie said...

the GOP was frozen out and each amendment they offered was rejected out of hand.

LOL....frozen out my ass. they kicked and fought the whole way. Now they have complete control and they still have no plan or anything to add, just like when the ACA was being written.

opie said...

facts suddenly matter to the media

Like breitbart, pj media, daily mail et al......is that the media you refer rat??????

Commonsense said...

Leave it to Opie to step into it.

caliphate4vr said...

The Andy Griffith Show’ Told Us Everything Wrong With Liberals YEARS AGO

Indy Voter said...

I suspect the Trump presidency will be one long temper tantrum.

Roger Amick said...

Indy, your right. As the day started, he cancelled the TTP. I don't have a problem with that. He met with both construction and industrial unions, and I understand that he will not support Republican anti union b.s. But then. From Reuters
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WASHINGTON ― President Donald Trump told Capitol Hill leaders Monday evening that he lost the popular vote because 3 million to 5 million “illegals” voted for Democrat Hillary Clinton, according to three sources in both parties familiar with the meeting.

Trump has repeatedly claimed that he lost the popular vote in November’s election because of voter fraud. There is no evidence of this, and none that millions of undocumented immigrants voted for Clinton. It’s a fixation for Trump, who won the election because of Electoral College votes, but has had trouble accepting that Clinton won the popular vote by more than 2.8 million.

“I don’t think he was joking,” said one person familiar with what happened in the meeting. “He spent 10 minutes on his win and said he won the popular vote, except 3 to 5 million illegals voted for” Clinton.

Another source confirmed Trump used the word “illegals,” considered an offensive term for undocumented immigrants.

This was Trump’s first official meeting with congressional leaders since being sworn in as president on Friday. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), who was among those in the room, was asked by White House reporters after the meeting if Trump made any surprising statements.

“Well, I won’t even go into that,” Pelosi said.
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That is just one more temper tantrum.

Roger Amick said...
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Roger Amick said...

Little Jimmy got caught lying again.

the GOP was frozen out and each amendment they offered was rejected out of hand.

One total untruth. They offered the Republicans to participate in writing the law. Not one agreed despite being asked. Second every single amendment was to destroy the law.

Roger Amick said...

You guys keep telling me that I need to cut him some slack. But today we had the lie about the illegal voters, then we find out that he stacked the room with his own good little puppets.


CBS News confirmed reports that President Donald Trump brought a studio audience to his visit with the CIA on Saturday. The news agency reports that an official said the visit left a wake of “unease,” “made relations with the intelligence community worse,” and was “uncomfortable.”

Intelligence people were “stunned” and “offended by the president’s tone,” CBS reported U.S. government sources tell CBS News that there is a sense of unease in the intelligence community after President Trump’s visit to CIA headquarters on Saturday.”

Loretta Russo said...

Go to bed, you're drunk again.

Roger Amick said...

No I'm not. You are unable to write something that is a reasonable, that justifies his lies. Or find proof that there were millions of aliens voted for Hillary Clinton.

Or prove that the CBS story is incorrect. But since you are unable to prove that I'm wrong, and President Trump did not lie.

In the meantime, kiss my ass. You are worthless on this blog. I pity those who have to live with you.

Loretta Russo said...

Nightie night, get some sleep drunkard.

Loretta Russo said...

Plagiarized spam by the drunkard.

Roger Amick said...

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/sources-say-theres-a-sense-of-unease-in-intel-community-after-trump-cia-visit/

U.S. government sources tell CBS News that there is a sense of unease in the intelligence community after President Trump’s visit to CIA headquarters on Saturday.

Trump CIA speech transcript
An official said the visit “made relations with the intelligence community worse” and described the visit as “uncomfortable.”

Authorities are also pushing back against the perception that the CIA workforce was cheering for the president. They say the first three rows in front of the president were largely made up of supporters of Mr. Trump’s campaign.

An official with knowledge of the make-up of the crowd says that there were about 40 people who’d been invited by the Trump, Mike Pence and Rep. Mike Pompeo teams. The Trump team originally expected Rep. Pompeo, R-Kansas, to be sworn in during the event as the next CIA director, but the vote to confirm him was delayed on Friday by Senate Democrats. Also sitting in the first several rows in front of the president was the CIA’s senior leadership, which was not cheering the remarks.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Monday denied that there were “Trump or White House folks” in the first rows.

“There were no Trump or White House folks sitting down. They were all CIA (unintelligible). So, not in rows one-through-anything, from what I’m told.” Spicer said at the White House briefing Monday. He did not address whether Pompeo invitees were in the first rows.

A source who is familiar with the planning of the president’s CIA visit saw Spicer’s briefing, however, and firmly denied Spicer’s response was accurate.

Officials acknowledge that Mr. Trump does have his supporters within the CIA workforce, many of whom were interspersed among the rank and file standing off to the president’s right.

There were about 400 members of the workforce who RSVP’d for the event out of thousands who received an invitation in their email late last week. Officials dismiss White House claims that there were people waiting to get into the event.

Intelligence sources say many in the workforce were stunned and at times offended by the president’s tone which seemed to evolve into a version of speeches he’d used on the campaign trail.

The intelligence community sees itself as above politics even though as president-elect, Mr. Trump was critical of it and accused it of politically motivated leaks.

The CIA was Mr. Trump’s first official agency visit for a reason, it was to signal a new beginning. At the outset of the speech, the president expressed his support for the CIA, “There is nobody that feels stronger about the intelligence community and the CIA than Donald Trump.”

But it is what he said later in front of the CIA’s revered Memorial Wall (a monument to CIA officers killed in the line of duty) -- complaints about the media’s coverage of his relationship with the intelligence community and its assessments of the crowd size at his inauguration -- that may be harder to erase from the minds of the intelligence community.

CBS News’ Steven Portnoy contributed to this report.

Go to bed Mrs Alzheimer's

Loretta Russo said...

The drunkard buys into whatever the leftwing media tells him.

I know I'm shocked.

Roger Amick said...

Dan Rather: These are not normal times. These are extraordinary times. And extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures.

When you have a spokesperson for the president of the United States wrap up a lie in the Orwellian phrase "alternative facts”…

When you have a press secretary in his first appearance before the White House reporters threaten, bully, lie, and then walk out of the briefing room without the cajones to answer a single question…

When you have a President stand before the stars of the fallen CIA agents and boast about the size of his crowds (lies) and how great his authoritarian inaugural speech was….

These are not normal times.

The press has never seen anything like this before. The public has never seen anything like this before. And the political leaders of both parties have never seen anything like this before.

What can we do? We can all step up and say simply and without equivocation. "A lie, is a lie, is a lie!" And if someone won't say it, those of us who know that there is such a thing as the truth must do whatever is in our power to diminish the liar's malignant reach into our society.

There is one group of people who can do a lot - very quickly. And that is Republicans in Congress. Without their support, Donald Trump's presidency will falter. So here is what I think everyone in the press must do. If you are interviewing a Paul Ryan, a Mitch McConnell, or any other GOP elected official, the first question must be "what will you do to combat the lying from the White House?" If they dodge and weave, keep with the follow ups. And if they refuse to give a satisfactory answer, end the interview.

Facts and the truth are not partisan. They are the bedrock of our democracy. And you are either with them, with us, with our Constitution, our history, and the future of our nation, or you are against it. Everyone must answer that question.

Roger Amick said...

No, you are ill. Get help.

Loretta Russo said...

Dan Rather, LOL.

Roger Amick said...

President Trump welcomed congressional leaders to the White House for a reception Monday evening, and the conversation at one point returned to the November election.

Trump told the congressional leaders that he lost the popular vote to Democratic rival Hillary Clinton because millions of "illegals" cast ballots, according to an aide granted anonymity to discuss the private meeting.

Trump told them that 3 million to 5 million "illegals" voted, the aide said.

Of course, there has been no suggestion of widespread voter fraud in the 2016 election, and no belief that immigrants who are in the country illegally voted fraudulently.

Indeed, that kind of fraudulent turnout among the estimated 11 million immigrants in the U.S. illegally would be a stunning development.

While Trump won the electoral college, he lost the popular vote to Clinton by nearly 3 million votes.

The comment was first reported by the Washington Post.

The evening reception in the State Dining Room, with shrimp cocktail and sliders, was billed as a get-to-know-you session with Republican and Democratic leaders of the House and Senate at the start of the new president's administration.

The press pool was ushered in briefly for a photo of the event, and Trump was heard saying, "I do respect the electoral college."

Congressional leaders had no immediate response on their reaction to Trump's claim.

It was part of a long commentary by Trump on how well he did in the election, people familiar with his remarks said.

Asked later Monday if the president said anything surprising, Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco), the House minority leader, said: "Well, I won’t even go into that."

House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) stayed behind for a separate meeting with Trump on the GOP agenda.
http://www.latimes.com/politics/washington/la-na-trailguide-updates-1485222177-htmlstory.html

He lied again, and will never stop

Loretta Russo said...

Go to bed drunkard, you're making a fool of yourself again.

rrb said...

One total untruth. They offered the Republicans to participate in writing the law. Not one agreed despite being asked. Second every single amendment was to destroy the law.
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wrong again alky. as many as 19 separate amendments were offered by the GOP. each one was rejected. any "offer" to participate was a phony offer as skeets made clear with his "I WON" asshattery.

there is not a single republican fingerprint on 0linsky-care. not one. you assholes own the shitpile in its entirety.



rrb said...

Blogger Roger Amick said...
Dan Rather: These are not normal times. These are extraordinary times. And extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures.

When you have a spokesperson for the president of the United States wrap up a lie in the Orwellian phrase "alternative facts”…
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ah, good old dan "fake but accurate" blather.

how this fuckstick didn't get completely shamed out of journalism is beyond me.

when liberals are willing to trot out this fraud to support their position one must wonder how weak their position really is.

Loretta Russo said...

"when liberals are willing to trot out this fraud to support their position one must wonder how weak their position really is."

It's a Facebook post, lol.

https://www.facebook.com/theDanRather/

rrb said...




HA!


The limousine that was set on fire during the anti-Trump anarchist protest in downtown Washington on Inauguration Day is owned by a Muslim immigrant who says the damage could cost his company $70,000.

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/limo-torched-in-dc-protests-belongs-to-muslim-immigrant-may-cost-70000-in-damages/article/2612747


rrb said...



It's a Facebook post, lol.
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i think it's a nice gesture to see so many liberals getting a head start on trump's reelection campaign.

rrb said...



ooooohhh...

the bulletin of atomic scientists and other garden variety asshats will be making an announcement regarding the minute hand of the dreaded doomsday clock on thursday.

shit just got real.

Loretta Russo said...

"getting a head start on trump's reelection campaign."

Sure is going to make his reelection a lot easier.

Loretta Russo said...

"shit just got real."

Yo

KD said...

Yo" LOL

Trump had the ALL STARS in from UNIONS, they came out and sang his praises.

They pointed out that this was a meeting they never had with ObimboTheJOBSLAYER and they also pointed out that Trump "spoke their Language " that meant work and wages and winning.

KD said...

We need to remind the LEFT just how Ill - Tolerant they really are :

"Inauguration Day is owned by a Muslim immigrant who says the damage could cost his company $70,000." Rat you bring us the truth, ty

KD said...

The last five years in my life, I have dealt with impulsive behavior and understanding it how it affects me and others. "HB

Well, better get that lying thing under control.

You told us that a full time Registered Nurse can apply for and after a lot of paperwork go on Social Security Disability and bring home the same amount of money.

KD said...

doomsday clock on thursday."

Under Reagan they moved it to 1 till, under trump it has to go to at least that if not Mid-night.