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Saturday, March 25, 2017

Ever notice how many Liberals rely entirely on the opinion of others...

Conservative: Wow, it's really pouring out here today.
Liberal: You're wrong. The meteorologists says it's partly cloudy.


56 comments:

opie said...

Yeah...that's it.....the polls are wrong, the science is wrong.....millions voted illegally.....And I trust those things miraculously showed up in your head.....Sure, CH......You are the great thinker here, no one but loretta is smarter.

Roger Amick said...

Trump is right.

We just gave a check for a hundred million dollars to Flint. Think of that whole, horrible deal. That's great political leadership. What a disaster. In order to save a fee, they went to bad water and spent a fortune on pipes and infrastructure. Anyway, we're helping out Flint.”
Source: Remarks

The $100 million came from the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act signed by President Barack Obama in December 2016. The Environmental Protection Agency sent the check in March, but this was an Obama initiativeFull story
“You know what, we’re doing even better now because we’ve brought back -- Ford is moving back in and General Motors, they’re going to be doing a lot of new plants and thousands and thousands of people coming back into Michigan.”
Repeated on Feb. 10 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 24 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 Feb. 9 Mar. 13 Mar. 15 Mar. 17 Mar. 21 Mar. 6
Fact Checker rating:
Source: Remarks

Trump keeps giving himself credit for business decisions made before he became president. Ford’s decision has more to do with the company’s long-term goal — particularly its plans to invest in electric vehicles — than with the administration. Here’s what Ford chief executive Mark Fields said about the company’s decision to abandon plans to open a factory in Mexico: “The reason that we are not building the new plant, the primary reason, is just demand has gone down for small cars.” General Motors announced plans to rehire about 700 laid-off workers in Michigan and create 200 new jobs, but the company did not credit Trump or his election.

Roger Amick said...

The post I copied onto your Trumpism post, the only part of that wasn't me, was a couple paragraphs.

The rest of it was mine, if you weren't busy praising the President, you would have noticed.

Roger Amick said...

This has the small percentage of the post

President Donald Trump is a businessman and reality television show. He called a reporter for the FAKE NEWS, Washington Post out of the blue. Bob Costa got a call on his private number, and to his surprise, it was the President of the United States. He told him that they were going to hold the vote on the house version of the Republican health care bill. Speaker Ryan requested this, because the Republican representatives have read the polls, and the public meetings had surprised by the intensity of the public, in support of Obamacare. Many of them would have been in danger of losing their seats in the house.

But that's not what the President said. In this potion of the conversation, the President blamed the Democrats, for not participating in the bill. That's a completely ignorant comment. The Republicans refused to honesty work with the Obama administration or the house and Senate leadership

By Robert Costa March 24 at 5:59 PM

"President Trump called me on my cellphone Friday afternoon at 3:31 p.m. At first I thought it was a reader with a complaint since it was a blocked number.

Instead, it was the president calling from the Oval Office. His voice was even, his tone muted. He did not bury the lead.

“Hello, Bob,” Trump began. “So, we just pulled it.”

Trump was speaking, of course, of the Republican plan to overhaul the Affordable Care Act, a plan that had been languishing for days amid unrest throughout the party as the president and his allies courted members and pushed for a vote.

Before I could ask a question, Trump plunged into his explanation of the politics of deciding to call off a vote on a bill he had been touting.

The Democrats, he said, were to blame.

“We couldn’t get one Democratic vote, and we were a little bit shy, very little, but it was still a little bit shy, so we pulled it,” Trump said.

Trump said he would not put the bill on the floor in the coming weeks. He is willing to wait and watch the current law continue and, in his view, encounter problems. And he believes that Democrats will eventually want to work with him on some kind of legislative fix to Obamacare, although he did not say when that would be."
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This is the break.

Roger Amick said...

This is me.

In his comments seen yesterday afternoon, placed the blame on the Democrats. In those comments in reaction to claims, that he was going to put the repeal and replace Obamacare in the first 64 days. There are many examples on YouTube videos, where he said that his very first act as President, was to repeal and replace Obamacare. In the same videos showing that his replacement would provide low cost insurance coverage to everyone, at a lower cost than in Obamacare. In every single analysis of the proposed Bill did not include everyone, or at a lower cost. The 64 days comment is actually true, but a distraction that ignores his repeated vow to repeal and replace Obamacare. He suffered a historical defeat.

This defeat, to the primary policy of his campaign, has never happened before. Ever

During the last week, the President met with house Republicans in an effort to get their support for the bill. Multiple reports, anonymously of course, from the Republican congressional members said that they were shocked, because he had no understanding of the bill, and no experience on the politics involved.

In this defeat, he has completely lost any ability to work with the Republicans in the house and Senate. His record low polling numbers, and much more important, he has no influence from this day forward because they now understand that how little he knows. And they don't think that he's going to work hard enough and study the complexity of governance. It is likely that unless this 70 years old man will change his behavior, and like most successful Presidents, and spend hours upon hours daily, studying intelligence reports, and working with consultants. But not the cloud
President. He lives in an impenetrable balloon of alt right rants by Steve Bannon, Fox news and a lot of time watching political television shows on the FAKE NEWS networks, and his anger motivates him to lash out on Twitter. He isn't going to change his behavior. This is what we face for as long as he is the President.

Besides that behavior pattern, the most disturbing thing is his views on reality. A free and unhindered press is vital to a democracy. Throughout the last century, and I know that some people won't like this, is dictatorships were able to get a significant percentage of the population, to believe in an alternate reality. Populations tire of stories about important issues. They want to move on. People like Donald Trump are adept at changing the topic. His use of Twitter, to make a undeniably inaccurate comments on the alleged wiretapping at the Trump Tower by former President Obama has effectively kept attention off the alleged cooperation with the Russian government. James Coney stated that they had been conducting a criminal investigation on that issue since July of 2016.

This and many other issues get in the way of attention on his performance as the Republican President. But we have been learning how to get past the cloud cover and have seen how inept and irresponsible behavior as the President of the United States. His polling numbers are at a record low, and barring a traumatic event, he has effectively lost control of the national agenda.

Posted by Roger Amick at 10:16 AM

Roger Amick said...

https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/politics/trump-claims/?utm_term=.010e235de10b

You can't believe it.

Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the drunkard

Roger Amick said...

Pageviews past week
Sparkline 784
2.0

Pageviews past week
Sparkline 395
Legendary y h/

An hour ago, the legendary blog was 435

Either way, I'm getting closer.

Especially when I write myself, because I actually can be objective.

Roger Amick said...

I can write twit.

I found a grammatical error, but only a couple.

By the way bitch, as of today, I have four years and ten months.

Loretta Russo said...

And cirrhosis of the liver.

Roger Amick said...

Very minor cirrhosis, stupid woman.
My base MELD score is 16
With exception points, accepted late last year, by UNOS without a question, at 29.

A year before it was 21.

I have undergone several examinations, heart, kidneys,spinal issues, sciatic pain, not fun. but I fight through the pain, go to the gym regularly and you would be surprised at how strong I am. The truth is, my odds are not that good, at least now. I know UCLA will be submitting a new number, and I'm hoping my doctor has underestimated my probable score. BUT, bitch, if I get to 34+ I will get at first, back up for someone else, if there is a problem, I will be the next in line. Same day.

I have the support of a lot of friends and relatives, because, unlike your ignorant view, I am well respected and loved by my lovely wife. So kiss my hard white ass, twit.

rrb said...

The rest of it was mine, if you weren't busy praising the President, you would have noticed.
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it's just easier to assume you stole it all, alky.

saves time.

rrb said...

My base MELD score is 16
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32 proof.

rrb said...

An hour ago, the legendary blog was 435

Either way, I'm getting closer.
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yeah, closer to irrelevance.

and insanity.

and liver failure.

good job, alky.

Loretta Russo said...

"yeah, closer to irrelevance."

Yep, not ONE comment on his last seven posts.

Loretta the zero said...


Yep, not ONE comment on his last seven posts.

And again, you add NADA to anything..

Loretta Russo said...

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Loretta the idiot adds nothing said...



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opie said...

Wouldn't this be a hoot with all the BS about trump and being a loser...And please, I don't care if you don't like the source.....

https://www.rawstory.com/2017/03/cnn-analyst-sources-say-mike-flynn-has-turned-on-trump-and-become-witness-for-the-fbi/

As of Saturday evening, rumors are swirling that Pres. Donald Trump’s ousted national security adviser Mike Flynn has cut a deal with the FBI and is now informing on his old boss, the president.

CNN national security analyst Juliette Kayyem discussed the possibility in a panel discussion on Friday night when she said that former Trump foreign policy consultant Carter Page, ex-campaign manager Paul Manafort and longtime Trump ally Roger Stone will all testify before the House Intelligence Committee regarding their ties to Russia.

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“It’s not that interesting to me because I don’t think they’ll be under oath,” Kayyem said. “The one name not mentioned is a name I mention often on this show: Mike Flynn, the former national security adviser.”

“It is starting to look like — from my sources and from open reporting — that Mike Flynn is the one who may have a deal with the FBI and that’s why we have not heard from him for some time,” she said.

Flynn, a retired U.S. Army Lieutenant General, was forced to step down from the Trump administration when it came to light that he lied to Vice President Mike Pence and the public about his contacts with Russian Ambassador and former FSB spy recruiter Sergey Kislyak.
This week, retired CIA Director James Woolsey said that he sat in on a secret meeting with Flynn and officials from Turkey’s authoritarian Erdogan regime in which Flynn entertained the idea of illegally sidestepping U.S. diplomatic protocols to return a fugitive Muslim cleric to Turkey. Woolsey describe the proposed operation as a “dead of night” mission to “whisk away” Fethullah Gulen and return him to Erdogan’s far-right government.

opie said...

How much of this tax relief were the posters of CH going to get??????



These effects are even more astounding when compared to the too often overlooked enormous tax benefits that the wealthy would be handed. About $270 billion in tax relief would go toward the wealthiest Americans over 10 years. While seniors would see their premiums skyrocket, the top 0.1% would each get a windfall tax reduction averaging $207,000.These effects are even more astounding when compared to the too often overlooked enormous tax benefits that the wealthy would be handed. About $270 billion in tax relief would go toward the wealthiest Americans over 10 years. While seniors would see their premiums skyrocket, the top 0.1% would each get a windfall tax reduction averagin

THE ANSWER >>>>>>>>>> NOTHING!!!!!!!!
YEP,

Roger Amick said...

I just got invited to speak at the Kaiser Permanente Day Program. It's one step lower than Re hab. I did it five years ago. It's not just alcoholism, but all the other bad shit. It really got me into the program and commitment to recovery. It's cool.

You don't seem to understand, that alcoholism disease, is a disease, not a failure of character. At my age, the odds are against me, but I have been humble and thankful. I'm a good public speaker. I rarely use notes, I have written it in my head. I'm survived two near death experiences. I have come to think that I'm still here for a reason. Helping others is very rewarding. When I see a hate filled jerk, attacks me, I feel nothing but pity.

Roger Amick said...

Your President couldn't get his premier policy through the house. Thirty Republicans were going to vote against the Bill. He said that he was a master negotiator.

1: He has less credibility than his buddy Putin. Yet you and our esteemed host, still say "Trump is right".
2: The Republicans have been saying that their most important policy, was to repeal and replace Obamacare.
3: Instead of accepting the blame, the freedom coalition and the President are undermining Speaker Ryan.
4: He tweeted that the freedom coalition and the Democrats were to blame, instead of accepting responsibility for the failure of your President.
5: His failure on the primary policy, will be repeated, because, see the tweet, won't change his methodology.
6: Charles Krauthammer says that the Democrats and Barack Obama have convinced a majority of the American people think that health care is an entitlement, and the Republicans have to accept that.
7: The failure opened up a path to a bipartisan coalition to find a way to give the people what they want. But that 70 year old man is not capable of doing that.
8: This failure could lead to a reversal of control of the house. The Senate is less likely, because there are not many vulnerable seats.
9: Cue the alky, brain damaged alcoholic.
10: The truth is that I have a much better personality and higher intelligence than the racist republican rodent.
11: The FBI is investigating the President and his campaign for treasonous attempts to manipulate the Presidential election.
12: Your hero Trump is not going to admit error in accusing Barack Obama of wiretapping his Golden Temple.



Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the drunkard.

Loretta Russo said...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Loretta Russo said...

"but I have been humble".....

"I'm a good public speaker. I rarely use notes, I have written it in my head."

Humble.

Indy Voter said...

Premier policy? No way. Trump doesn't care about health care, but if it got enacted he'd be sure to call it Trumpcare. Since it didn't pass (died without a vote!) it's someone else's legislation. I don't think Trump had more than a vague notion about what was in that bill.

Loretta the Zero said...

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KD, Tax Cuts Next said...

Roger Krugman, Alcoholics are lacking personal strength, you can bullshit your fellow losers, but , not us, your medical problems today are from your drinking, you can not abuse your internal organs like you did and expect them to work properly.

So you laid out your plan. Bilk the US Tax Payers, you proudly proclaimed that you were very happy others are stuck paying your bills.

KD, Thanks Roger Krugman said...

When we can get Roger Krugman, to put down the cut n paste and force him against his will to post his own thoughts we get this, pure gold.


:-)

" I have two defined benefit pensions, Social Security and Medicare, that under Kaiser Permanente my max out of pocket is $4,400. Thanks for paying for my transplant!"

He is so proud that he has so mismanaged his own finances that he proudly shouts at the US Tax Payers are paying for his mismanagement of his internal organs.

HB, pay your bills, is not what Adults do.

KD, said...

HB, Pay your own bills, stop bilking the young tax payers.

Really, what kind of message does that send your ex wife and your kids that you can't pay your own medical bills.

For someone that earned Millions of Dollars over "40 years" of work, it does some what surprise me that a bill of "$165,000" would bankrupt you and your current fellow bilker.

Roger Amick said...

You are an idiot. Insurance is carried by most. It's stupid to go without insurance. In the first full year on Kaiser Permanente Senior Advantage, I paid over $1,500. Medicare paid $47,000. That would be almost half of our income, you idiot.

A transplant will probably exceed $250,000. I would be forced to refuse the transplant, and so would 90% of other patients. You are in the hurry up and die demographic. Fuck off.

Roger Amick said...

From ABC FAKE NEWS.
President Trump is coming off of a week where he lost both credibility and control. He also lost something that is harder to define and may be harder to restore: the mystique of power. Since November, even Trump's harshest critics had to recognize his political talents, which show in two ways: The seemingly unbreakable connection and communications link he has with a loyal block of voters, and the deal-making skills that grew his brand all the way to the presidency. But the Republicans who opposed the health care bill showed they neither fear nor love the president. That turns the question to the consequences: In the Trump playbook, look for a power move – something that goes beyond tweets and executive orders. If we're ever going to be tired of all the winning, the Trump White House needs some victories as attention turns to tax reform and other big agenda items.

After a civil war comes reconstruction. But where does Trump go to build coalitions again? In the aftermath of Friday's devastating fail, the president has attacked Democrats, conservatives in the House Freedom Caucus, and – obliquely and oddly, through a recommendation to watch a certain news show – House Speaker Paul Ryan. Even if the president's tweet to watch Fox News was a coincidence and not meant to hit Ryan, Breitbart and Twitter are taking care of that piece of the blame for him. Trump needs some dance partners moving forward, and there are signals that the same people who just beat him on health care are wary of teaming up with him again. The Freedom Caucus already lost one of its members in the aftermath. And the group's chairman, Rep. Mark Meadows, said on ABC's "This Week" that he's prepared to have "a lot of flexibility" in tackling tax reform. The president can find willing partners out there, if he looks and resists the urge to tweet at them.


Roger Amick said...

THE SHINY STORY
Here comes Jared to save the day. Who is undergoing interrogation by the FBI. The announcement Monday that Jared Kushner will head up the new White House Office of American Innovation gives Trump's son-in-law a broad mission that includes smashing through bureaucracies and fulfilling campaign promises on everything from veterans' care to opioid abuse. Maybe this task force will surprise. But it's not the first time the Trump White House - barely two months in - has trotted out a new initiative designed to both streamline government and keep the president himself on track. It's also in keeping with deploying Kushner as a signal to Wall Street allies of serious people in control. It could be that the Trump White House needs an internal SWAT team to keep it moving in the right direction. It could also be that this new team draws friendly fire.



Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the drunkard

Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the drunkard

Commonsense said...

ABC News

The "news" organization that has a Clinton operative as its chief political "journalist".

That one?

Please!

KD, said...

Roger Krugman, do spin, but your own words are the ones I am using against you.

It was easy really, just get you to stop cut n paste, force you to respond in your own words, use them against you.

I am in the life a clean life, don't abuse drugs or alcohol, eat well by growing my own food, get regular exercise by working and enjoy a full RICH life from the fruits of my own Labor.

You can not say the same.

You SHOUTED that you are happy being an interloper on the checks of the working Union and Non- Union workers, Not me .

You said that a mere "The total bill was $162,000. I would have been bankrupt " HB

That was your first bite of the Apply for past medical treatment related to your abuse of your internal organs.


Now you let us know that your second bite of the same pay checks is going to be "A transplant will probably exceed $250,000".

Less we forget the bilking of the System your current wife has done, when you let us know she had some kind of expensive throat surgery(s).

Good morning by the way, oh it is raining in Kansas, some part were in droughts , we are not calling for money from the US Government to deal with rain, like your Gov did three time to the NOT-The President begging on bent knee , hat in hand.

opie said...

Blogger Loretta Russo said...
Spam by the drunkard

March 27, 2017 at 7:48 AM
Blogger Loretta Russo said...
Spam by the drunkard

March 27, 2017 at 7:48 AM
Blogger Commonsense said...
ABC News

The "news" organization that has a Clinton operative as its chief political "journalist".

That one?


Stupid is as stupid does.....of course it is the medias fault trump had such a shitty week....Move on he had his ass kicked...

opie said...

Here comes Jared to save the day

We will certainly see what pile of crap he is made of....My guess, there will be a lot more questions when he is done than when the started and he hemmed his way through guys who know how to bust balls. Going to be fun to watch the punk sweat.....

Commonsense said...

Two posts by Opie and not a single point made.

It's wake and bake Monday.

opie said...

Blogger Commonsense said...
Two posts by Opie and not a single point made.

4 posts for loretta and you and nothing of any meaning added. Keep using your head, menstra....its empty.

Loretta Russo said...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Commonsense said...

4 posts for loretta and you and nothing of any meaning added. Keep using your head, menstra....its empty.

See what I mean?

Stupidity squared.

Menstra's buddy adds another nothing said...

Loretta Russo said...
You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

menstra the flunky said...

See what I mean?

caliphate4vr said...

My God fatboy, get a life. You really meant it Saturday when you proudly proclaimed you had all day to troll and it was a gorgeous spring day.

Trolling this blog is your life

Seriously consider rat's advice and wrap your lips around a pistol cause if i were you, i wouldn't want to wake up.

Commonsense said...

Say bye bye to the leader of the pussy hat brigade.

Palestinian terrorist who led women’s march will be stripped of citizenship

This week we’ve received news that a similar case has been handled (through a plea bargain agreement) which produced a productive result. It involves a rather high profile “activist” from the ranks of the Palestinians, one Rasmea Odeh. You may recall her as a leading figure in the highly vaunted “women’s march on Washington” shortly after President Trump’s election.

It turns out that Ms. Odeh is a convicted terrorist who had previously been handled by the Israeli courts before coming to the United States. She’s not new on the progressive scene around here and has been lionized by liberal activists in the past.


Good riddance to this women. If I was a liberal I would have been embarrassed and ashamed that my movement would be lead by a terrorist.

But I am not and they're a different animal altogether.

opie said...

Too bad they don't strip citizenship from trump voters like you

califat conscious said...

Anonymous caliphate4vr said...
My God fatboy, get a life. You really meant it Saturday when you proudly proclaimed you had all day to troll and it was a gorgeous spring day.

My god, go troll an idiot, like loretta or menstral child. You worrying about what i do is your being jealous of my having a mountain house, and you don't......Daym hysterical loser

caliphate4vr said...

i'm jealous of your pathetic ass?

LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Buy a life fatboy or end it

opie said...

Anonymous caliphate4vr said...
i'm jealous of your pathetic ass?

Yep..... how's your lake house, fat head????? And you duplicating sweet loretta's lol mantra again shows all that your complete lack of imagination is firmly ingrained in your inane brain... typical of loser insurance salesman. Thanx for the big chuckle and have the last word. Idiot.

caliphate4vr said...

Troll, fatty troll

Jeeez why bother getting up, this is the highlight of your day

LMAO LMAO LMAO

Later Loser

califat head the loser said...

LMAO LMAO LMAO

rrb said...

You don't seem to understand, that alcoholism disease, is a disease, not a failure of character.
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liberals never, ever take responsibility for their own failings. it's always someone or something else's fault.

disease my ass. it's a personal failure.

and if you're looking for sympathy you'll find it between "shit" and "sympathy" in the fucking dictionary.

embrace the suck of your own failure, pal. "disease" is an excuse. the cause stares back at you in the mirror every day.

opie said...


disease my ass. it's a personal failure.

Like your menial life as a shoe salesman???????

KD, Doing Laps around crazy said...

"Lego Batman"

The Democrats are calling for a full on investigation , why, because the Current US Sec of Treasury was asked by a reporter what movie would he recommend his kid see. Sec of Treasury recommended the movie "Lego Batman". Oh the humanity.


Alky because booze got the best of you and your internal organs does not make it a disease, it make you a dumb ass.

Just like smokers that get cancer.