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Friday, March 3, 2017

Quote of the day

“It’s very simple. In America we have the Evil Party and the Stupid Party. Sometimes these two parties get together and do something really evil and stupid. That’s called bipartisanship.”

40 comments:

Myballs said...

Thr biggest story since watergate is that we have a former president deliberately sabotaging the current one.

Meanwhile the news media is busy reporting that kellyann had her shoes on the sofa.

Roger Amick said...

Bush did his patriotic duty by attacking Donald J Trump. Freedom of speech press is vital to keep our democracy.

Why isn't balls drinking his bathwater?

Commonsense said...

Except Bush said he didn't attack Trump and I believe him.

TDS is extremely toxin and is known to rob brains of cognitive function.

Loretta Russo said...

LOL.

(even though Balls stood up for you)

Roger to Balls - fuck off, LOL.

caliphate4vr said...

Sorry but this is the quote of the day. Liver discussing Pence

Blogger Roger Amick said...
He used it for his email to conduct his Senatorial duty.

Loretta Russo said...

LOL

Roger Amick said...

I admit my mistake.

One-Third of Speech Watchers More Confident in Trump

by Frank Newport
STORY HIGHLIGHTS

36% of watchers more confident in Trump after speech; 11% less confident
Almost six in 10 rated the speech as excellent or good
Speech watchers were disproportionately Republican
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- President Donald Trump's address to Congress on Tuesday night had a positive effect on many of those who watched it or read news coverage about it later. Almost six in 10 of this group rated the address as excellent or good, and more than one in three said it made them more confident in Trump's abilities to carry out his duties as president.

Ratings of President Trump's Speech to Joint Session of Congress
Based on what you have heard or read, how would you rate Donald Trump's speech? Would you rate it as -- excellent, good, just OK, poor or terrible?
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2017 Mar 1 34 23 25 7 9 2
Asked of U.S. adults who watched speech or saw, read, or heard news coverage of the speech
GALLUP, MARCH 1, 2017
Impact of President Trump's Speech to Joint Session of Congress
Based on what you have heard or read about the speech, are you now more confident in Donald Trump's abilities to carry out his duties as president, less confident or has there been no change?
More confident Less confident No change
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2017 Mar 1 36 11 53
Asked of U.S. adults who watched speech or saw, read, or heard news coverage of the speech
GALLUP, MARCH 1, 2017

Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the drunkard.

Roger Amick said...

The real quote of the day.

Donald Trump Jr. was paid $50,000 for meeting to discuss U.S.-Russia cooperation in Syria,

Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the drunkard.

Roger Amick said...

Ronald Reagan on bipartisanship.

(CH) rejects Reagan’s approach. They pledge, instead, absolute fealty to the tea party dogma, which opposes any measures that would raise revenue to cut the deficit. In what may be this year’s defining moment, each rejected the idea of $10 in spending cuts for every $1 in new revenue.

Reagan decried the notion that members of Congress would “bring the government to the edge of default” to force the president to accept their approach to deficit reduction. “This brinksmanship,” Reagan said, “threatens the holders of government bonds and those who rely on Social Security and veterans benefits,” along with America’s “well-earned reputation for reliability and credibility — two things that set us apart from much of the world.”

rrb said...

Roger Amick said...
Bush did his patriotic duty by attacking Donald J Trump.
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except it wasn't an attack.

only a partisan asshole in the grip of stage 4 TDS thinks it was.

Roger Amick said...



John Heubusch, who heads the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation, says: "When Reagan came to Washington, it was a certainty that he could not get any of his bold ideas into action until or unless he had a bipartisan solution. That was a given. So his initiatives, his lobbying approach, and his communications strategy, and the personal relationships he built were with all this in mind." And Reagan gambled with his fellow Irishman sometimes to a draw. "He'd ask for more than he expected to get and was willing to settle for less than the whole loaf," Heubusch adds.

And instead of stiff-arming the opposition, the current name of the game on both sides in Washington, Reagan bear-hugged his foe. At one 1986 dinner, for example, Reagan said of O'Neill: "Our friendship is testimony to the political system that we're part of and the country we live in, a country which permits two not-so-shy and not-so-retiring Irishmen to have it out on the issues rather than on each other or their countrymen."I voted for Reagan in 1980.


https://www.usnews.com/news/blogs/washington-whispers/2010/02/17/tip-oneill-and-reagan-and-model-for-breaking-partisan-gridlock

rrb said...

Trump Jr. likely paid $50K for event hosted by Russian allies: report

http://thehill.com/homenews/news/322028-trump-jr-likely-paid-for-russia-ally-event-report


"likely paid" alky. it might have been more. hopefully it was.

one thing it wasn't was illegal.


trump's speech scared the living shit out of the left. that much is certain.

what's next on your desperation agenda? trump took a mulligan on a round of golf?

LOL.

Roger Amick said...

Early on in the exclusive sit-down, the former president expressed a clear-eyed support for the news media, saying a free press was "indispensable to democracy."

"We need an independent media to hold people like me to account," Bush told TODAY'S Matt Lauer.

"Power can be very addictive and it can be corrosive, and it’s important for the media to call to account people who abuse their power."

RELATED: George W. Bush highlights military veterans in new book 'Portraits of Courage'

Bush was asked about the media's role in light of President Donald Trump's recent characterization of the media as the "enemy of the American people." He noted he spent a lot of time during his two terms trying to convince Russian President Vladimir Putin to embrace an independent press.



http://www.today.com/news/george-w-bush-opens-trump-s-war-media-russia-travel-t108627

Asked pointedly if he favored or opposed the policy, Bush said, "I am for an immigration policy that is welcoming and upholds the law."

Bush won the 2000 presidential election after one of the most contentious and controversial decisions in American history. He took office after a divided Supreme Court ruled over a dispute involving a contested recount in Florida.

rrb said...

Asked pointedly if he favored or opposed the policy, Bush said, "I am for an immigration policy that is welcoming and upholds the law."
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well alky, it's nice to know that W and trump have the same opinion on immigration. great minds think alike.

Roger Amick said...

I didn't say it was illegal. i saw it on 4 or 5 sites. That exact line.

Next time your fellow idiot,k'putz puts up a comment without a link. He does it about 80% of the time.

rrb said...

Blogger Roger Amick said...
I didn't say it was illegal. i saw it on 4 or 5 sites. That exact line.
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yeah, i saw it on the daily kos-sucker too. and like you, they lie. a lot.

that's why i prefer 'the hill.'


and kansasdem doesn't copy/paste a tenth of what you do. if i didn't know better i'd swear you were pastor pederast.


KD, IF your over 60 and still have a home loan you are a Loser said...

Really old tired financially broke Rog wants too talk about money, ok.

What was your ROI on your "puts" you bought on Nov 9th, 2016?

And why did the Clinton Crime Family Foundation "Donations" dry up forcing the closure of that fine work they were doing after she lost in spectacular fashion?

Roger do click this, it is a person message for you , given I am a US ARMY VET, let me know what you think

rrb said...




March 03, 2017

National Laughingstock Responds to Trump's Plan to Collect Information on Crimes Committed by Illegal Aliens: You Know, Hitler Published Lists of "Crimes" of His Enemies, Too

No, really.


http://ace.mu.nu/archives/368682.php



the WaPo went full fucktard. you never go full fucktard.


Roger Amick said...

President Donald Trump offered mixed signals Tuesday about his plans on immigration, suggesting privately that he is open to an overhaul bill that could provide a pathway to legal status - but not citizenship - for potentially millions of people who are in the United States illegally but have not committed serious crimes.

Yet Trump made no mention of such a proposal during his prime-time address to a joint session of Congress, instead highlighting the dangers posed by illegal immigration.

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It is unclear whether Trump will follow through on pursuing an immigration compromise. The president in the past has made comments, in private or in media interviews, that have not been borne out by his administration's policies. For example, he has yet to follow through on his pledge to investigate alleged voter fraud in the 2016 election.

In early February, Trump expressed openness to revisiting past immigration overhaul efforts, including the failed 2013 "Gang of Eight" bill, which drew opposition from Republicans. At a meeting with moderate Democratic senators, Trump told them he thought that bill was something he was interested in revisiting, according to the senators.

The White House later denied that Trump was open to the legislation and said that he considered the bill to be "amnesty."

Try again racist republican bigot.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/politics/ct-trump-immigration-20170228-story.html

rrb said...




go fuck yourself, alky.

everyone i know is in favor of "an immigration policy that is welcoming and upholds the law."

including trump.

welcoming? check.

we're probably TOO welcoming and have been since ted kennedy decided to fuck with an immigration law that had worked since the tail end of the 19th century in favor of a free for all to try to shift the demographics to favor a permanent democrat majority. he pulled this stunt in 1965 and it's been trouble ever since.

upholds the law? check.

trump wants to, get this, enforce existing immigration law. we don't need some bullshit "comprehensive reform." we need to enforce the laws on the books, and those coming here need to assimilate and comply with OUR laws.

now, trump is prepared to do what those before him were not - to evict the criminals as quickly and efficiently as possible. kate stienle died needlessly. that shit needs to stop right fucking now. the number of angel moms and dads that exist in our country is a travesty. and scumbags like you, because you need the votes, are willing to look the other way while violent criminals slaughter our citizens. you have to be a real piece of shit to support behavior like that.

fuck you and the pink elephant you rode in on, alky.

trumps on the right track. and if he's pissing off a liberal, he's doing a good job.



rrb said...



Sergey Kislyak appeared in the White House visitor logs dozens of times when Barack Obama was in office.

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Kislyak appeared in the logs as recently as September 2016 when he had a meeting scheduled with one of Obama’s senior advisers, John Holdren, in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building. The other visitors listed at the meeting are Marina W. Gross, Alexander Ermolaev, Alexey Lopatin, Vyacheslav Balakirev and Sergey Sarazhinskiy. Though the appointment was scheduled to begin at 12:00 pm, it does not include an end time.

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2017/03/02/russian-ambassador-sergey-kislyak-appeared-as-obama-white-house-visitor-at-least-22-times/#ixzz4aIiOzLTY



KD, PSA for Financially Broken HB said...

HB you said the speech was forgettable and yet, now we see you quoting from it.


The thing is , why after the "8 Lost Years" are there more problems to deal with, after all the Black Jesus just walk among us and healed the sick and lame and lowered the freaking oceans.

Click Refinance & Mortgage Guide for Senior Citizens


Here ya go Rog, you need all the help you can get after losing 25 % of your income today and in the future.

KD, Hillary Clinton will never be President said...

I love Maxine Waters because she is a piece of work, that she is from CA is a bonus.

"“
Maxine Waters: I just think the American people need to know what is going on. This is a bunch of scumbags. That’s what they are. They’re all organized around making money."

So in her pickled by cocaine , booze and acid , earning a living is bad. Money and wealth is bad.

Maxine net worth in 2009 = 5 million
Maxine net worth today = 8 million

With Homes in 5 States. Nice job , for herself.

Roger Amick said...

CH, I have a question. I have my own opinion, but I'm asking,

"Why did Vladimir Putin prefer Trump over Hillary Clinton?

My view is based on the history of the Russians. He thinks that Donald Trump is a "useful idiot".

And, even if you don't like it, it is clear that Putin preferred Trump. Why?

Roger Amick said...

Incomprehensible nonsense.

probably TOO welcoming and have been since ted kennedy decided to fuck with an immigration law that had worked since the tail end of the 19th century in favor of a free for all to try to shift the demographics to favor a permanent democrat majority. he pulled this stunt in 1965 and it's been trouble ever since.

upholds the law? check.

trump wants to, get this, enforce existing immigration law. we don't need some bullshit "comprehensive reform." we need to enforce the laws on the books, and those coming here need to assimilate and comply with OUR laws.

now, trump is prepared to do what those before him were not - to evict the criminals as quickly and efficiently as possible. kate stienle died needlessly. that shit needs to stop right fucking now. the number of angel moms and dads that exist in our country is a travesty. and scumbags like you, because you need the votes, are willing to look the other way while violent criminals slaughter our citizens. you have to be a real piece of shit to support behavior like that.

fuck you and the pink elephant you rode in on, alky.

trumps on the right track. and if he's pissing off a liberal, he's doing a good job.

Roger Amick said...

k,putz, You don't have a clue.

Our income is defined benefits. Guaranteed for our life.

Roger Amick said...

Sessians is going to appear and restate his testimony. "amended"

this is too damn funny.

Roger Amick said...

I have one question, that should be a simple, yes or no. Given the fact,if the Russian alleged involvement in influencing the is not true. President Trump himself as well that his entire campaign staff and White House staff have said it didn't happen.
Why doesn't he just say, go for it? Let's go? Bring on a independent investigation. He would have nothing to hide.

Commonsense said...

There is nothing an independent counsel would do that the FBI is not already doing.

If you think this should have and independent counsel then there most certainly should have been an independent counsel investigating Hillary Clinton's handling of classified information.

Especially when it was all too obvious the Obama administration was putting pressure on the FBI to not recommend and indictment.

And yet you remained silent then.

KD, Trump is taking no Shit from the Losers said...

Saturday 4th of March and all of the Media across the political spectrum is still on the air, on the net and in print.

Proving old financially broke Rog Wrong, Again.

Like Gov. Moonbeam being shocked that it in fact does Rain.

KD, Just dumb to be over 60 and have a Mortgage said...

Our income is defined benefits. Guaranteed for our life" old stupid Rog.

I have all the clues about you I need, yes, I know that you have a so called defined benefit, but, not defined by you, they can change the payout any day they want, you do know that don't you?

And taking 25% less for life , well that was just a stupid decision you made.

KD, Yellen Distroying Trump Economy said...

Here is my Quote of the Day as it is far more relivent to the lives of most Americans .

"the Federal Open Market Committee will evaluate whether employment and inflation are continuing to evolve in line with our expectations, in which case a further adjustment of the Federal funds rate would likely be appropriate,” Yellen


Yellen is the little landmine setter and grenade thrower that Obama left behind to assure for at least the first year the US Economy does not grow.

How many times did the Fed raise rates during the lost 8 years?

A. Once, After the Election, up to that point never in all of the lost 8 years.

Remember she lies like every Obama person ,,,, she said it was because of the fear of inflation.

Inflation = 0.7% (as of December, 19 2015)
Inflation = 0.4% (as of December, 19 2016.) source: Cnn Money

We are going to get rate hikes, 3 more of them this year alone, one in March at their next meeting, why?

To do the most damage during this coup as possible.

Commonsense said...

Making Mexico great again:

Wilbur Ross wants a higher minimum wage -- in Mexico

"The theory of NAFTA had been [there would be a] gradual convergence of living standards between Mexico and the United States," he said on CNBC. "That really hasn't happened on the Mexican side. The minimum wage...has barely gone up in peso terms."

For Mexico to have an equivalent minimum wage with the US, it would have to be raised from 10 pesos per hour to 145 pesos per hour.

Roger Amick said...

Your President in a tweet storm, has accused the President Obama wiretapping his phone system in the Trump Tower during the election.

He didn't provide any evidence to support his claims.

If it's true, he's right to be upset.

But if this turns out to be a complete evidence that he is seriously mentally ill.

Roger Amick said...

If it's is untrue, I will bet our esteemed host will excuse his irrational behavior.

Loretta Russo said...

You'd better be on your knees praying this is nothing....

Myballs said...

Knowing obama, it's likely true.

Obama sabotaging Trump is historic.

OPIE said...

Anonymous KD, Yellen Distorting Trump Economy said...

The only thing distorted is your warped mind LOL