Friday, January 13, 2017

Trump's Twitter Tantrum for Today.



Well gee, if Russia, who is so well known for their honesty, is saying that nothing exists then I guess that settles it.

I also wonder if these "people" of his that are going to release that report are the same "people" who dug up all of that dirt about Obama's real birth certificate. Hey where is that report anyhow?
Um, Hillary's guilty of what exactly?

And how did she win the popular vote by almost three million if there was no enthusiasm? 

By the way the first of these morning tweets were sent out at what would have been 4:00 AM East Coast time. Which I think gives you some indication as to what kinds of doubts and fears haunt his dreams at night.

He is barely holding his shit together, and the job has not even started yet.

86 comments:

  1. Marianne Turner11:34 AM

    Oh, I'm sure he'll pivot to being very presidential no later than noon next Friday.

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    1. Anonymous9:59 AM

      I'm thinking that he'll flub up the oath of office. For sure, he has no understanding of what the words mean. The Constitution, what 21st century Republican cares about that? "We, the people" - the GOP thinks that we exist to pay for their misadventures and for the lifestyles of their wealthiest.
      Beaglemom

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  2. Anonymous11:35 AM

    Statesman!
    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/01/john-lewis-donald-trump-not-legitimate-president-233607

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  3. Anonymous11:38 AM

    He's not even in the job yet and already he can't cope.

    He is going to be a complete disaster as a president.

    Look to your life, your finances, your job security, your family, see what you can do to cushion the blows that are coming. After 4 years of Trump the US will be a bankrupt banana republic. If you have any sway with officialdom now, cultivate it for your own safety.

    And don't count on the US having too many friends left after it's over.

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    1. Anonymous12:10 PM

      Yes, without the healthcare subsidy, it will take HALF my yearly income to pay for health insurance.

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    2. Anonymous1:08 PM

      The ongoing storyline at the pond is that Obamacare has decided vg's fate, not his personal choices/lifestyle. However, he recently posted:

      virginiagentleman1 golfmom3 4 days ago

      "...To date I have been Blessed to be in the BonSecur system, as has K. The care we have received has been abundant and without any sort of restriction. Specialists are always ready to answer our questions.
      I wish that ALL Americans could have such complete care."

      So, are the hundreds of posts vg made about Obamacare refusing him a heart just lies?

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    3. Anonymous4:12 PM

      I think VG is Creepy Chuck

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    4. Anonymous4:29 PM

      According to freempg's gofundme page, vg and K are Keith and Karen Abraham. Supposedly tney live in Virginia and she is a retired nurse. Hmmmm....

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    5. Anonymous4:29 PM

      Hey creepy Chuck how's the Pimping going? Baby raping and all. How will that work out for n the end? Ask Sarah

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    6. SSDoc6:59 PM

      Sad,but Trump has Alzheimer's. His father died of it. His children know, but don't want to know. They're trying to protect him. He has all the symptoms.... God help him...and us.

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  4. Anonymous11:38 AM

    WTF?
    http://www.rawstory.com/2017/01/dc-national-guard-chief-to-be-relieved-of-duty-as-troops-are-providing-security-for-trump-inauguration/

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    1. Anonymous11:51 AM

      I just read that. How disturbing. Makes you wonder what he is really up to.

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    2. Anonymous11:55 AM

      WTF is right! What sycophant does tRump have in mind for the position....Sarah?

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    3. Anonymous12:17 PM

      @11:51 Bingo. You got THAT right.

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    4. Anonymous1:23 PM

      So the commanding office of the DC national guard will be fired during the inauguration, leaving no one in charge, he fired the people protecting the nuclear arsenal and no one is charge and the ambassadors are fired on Jan 20th , leaving no one in charge.

      No one in charge: ripe for terrorist attacks at our embassies and in the US.

      Gosh wouldn’t that be awful if traitor trump is the target.

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    5. Anonymous1:53 PM

      Anon at 1:23 pm, Trump is doing just what our new GOP congressman, Jack Bergman, retired general, wants done. He voted to end the Congressional Ethics Office without knowing what they do or why the office exists in order to get rid of bureaucracy! Michigan's new congressman also wants to end the ACA, Social Security and Medicare - probably for the same reason.
      Beaglemom

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    6. Beaglemom, thank you for your comment. It inspired me to finally tell Mr. Bergman exactly what I thought of him. Which is that he is NO Marine, and that he is not entitled to call himself a general.

      He swore an oath to defend this country and he is doing his best instead to ensure that his constituents are harmed.

      People will die without the ACA/Obamacare, Medicaid, and Medicare. He also wants to destroy Social Security. He doesn't appear to be stupid or uneducated, so the lies he spouted during his campaign must have been purposeful and deliberately cruel.

      I told him that my former husband served in the Marines honorably for over 20 years, and will always be a Marine, but that he will never be more than Mr. Bergman to me, and I certainly don't consider him fit to serve in Congress.

      It won't change anything, but I guess I felt better for a minute.

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  5. Anonymous11:51 AM

    what a terrible eejit to continually provoke the "intelligence" community as he does - they technically can't inspect american citizens without good reason, but what would stop them inspecting a russian asset president?
    the fact that he's still protesting "intelligence" and trying STILL to use hillary as a scapegoat says much more that he is in with russia up to his eyeballs. feck off please with the hillary bullshit. she's technically a private citizen and this might just apply to harassment as far as libel laws go...
    (i would love to have seen hillary and bill reading the golden showers allegation.)
    he's so predictable - he always has to label people as failures and losers - gee, i wonder why mr. 6 times bankrupt...? ohh, i wish the obamas could stay...

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  6. Anonymous11:52 AM

    http://ksfm.cbslocal.com/2017/01/12/donald-trump-pays-flo-rida-1-million-to-perform-at-inauguration/

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    1. Anonymous12:18 PM

      is he paying them out of his own pocket or are we the taxpayers footing the bill ?

      Because if we are paying for it, I want my refund now.

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  7. Anonymous11:53 AM

    btw, i like to imagine him wearing a diaper, holding a pacifier and his blanky just outside the parameters of this pic. tantrum is the exact word, on the nose.

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    1. Anonymous12:19 PM

      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/trump-new-yorker-cover_us_5878da72e4b09281d0ea6388?9ymnpmxylbwc23xr

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    2. Anonymous1:54 AM

      thank you - the new yorker's covers are usually really great, and this one was perfect.

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  8. Anonymous11:54 AM

    And in other drumpf news, Paul Anka just remembered he can't sing at the inauguration after all. Toby Keith, some band I don't recall and crazy old Jon Voight will perform. Sad.
    #SHOWUSYOURTAXES

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    1. Anonymous12:09 PM

      He is going to spend the day with his son :)

      Gosh who is going to play to donnie's ego with "I did it my way"?

      http://www.rawstory.com/2017/01/paul-anka-bows-out-of-trump-inauguration-to-spend-the-day-with-his-son/

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    2. Anonymous12:26 PM

      I don't buy the day with the son excuse. You don't promote a performance, especially one of the magnitude of an inauguration AND promise to personalize the lyrics to your most iconic song and suddenly bow out to spend the day with your kid-even during a custody dispute. Hell, take the kid with you to tne historic event!

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  9. ibwilliamsi11:57 AM

    Jeez - he seriously needs to get over Hillary. He WON, for crying out loud!

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  10. Anonymous12:00 PM

    Report: Paul Anka to Sing ‘My Way’ during the inaugural dance between Trump and First Lady Ivanka.

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    1. Anonymous12:27 PM

      He bowed out.

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  11. Anonymous12:06 PM

    Vladimir Trump Curse?


    Paul Anka Will Not Perform ‘My Way’ At Trump Inauguration Ball

    Paul Anka told TMZ Friday that he has to back out of plans to perform “My Way” for President-elect Donald Trump at an inauguration ball next Friday, though that decision is not out of protest.
    Anka says that Trump is a long-time friend of his and personally invited him to perform at the inauguration gala ball at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, where he would have perform “My Way” as Trump danced with his wife, Melania. Instead, Anka had to cancel due to a scheduling change in an ongoing custody case for his son.

    https://www.yahoo.com/music/paul-anka-not-perform-way-trump-inauguration-ball-181651527.html

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    1. Anonymous1:49 PM

      How old is Paul Anka anyway?
      Beaglemom

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    2. Anonymous2:03 PM

      70's?

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    3. Anonymous7:18 PM

      Ongoing custody issue? BULLSHIT.
      He got the backlash he deserved.

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  12. Anonymous12:07 PM

    Yet again, he says something to make it clear that the only Americans he's going to be president to are his voters. And he still goes after Intel? Everyone now knows that he's been lying re his briefings. Today, the first thing I heard was that, hey, even Joe Biden has said what happened--who's not going to believe the veep?

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    1. Anonymous4:58 AM

      Yet again, he says something to make it clear that the only Americans he's going to be president to are his voters.
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      Too bad, those of us who didn't vote for him can't be punished by keeping the ACA.

      Let his voters get his great plan.

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  13. Anonymous12:07 PM

    Civil Rights icon Rep. John Lewis echoed the views of the majority of Americans who didn’t vote for Trump when said that in his view, Trump is not a legitimate president.

    Video:

    http://www.politicususa.com/2017/01/13/civil-rights-icon-john-lewis-drops-bombshell-calls-trump-legitimate-president.html

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  14. Anonymous12:07 PM

    O/T This is a preview of comrade trump’s administration, total CHAOS. They have no idea what in the hell they are doing, their only goal is to repeal out of revenge. No information given to those of us using marketplace, are we still getting a subsidy, this year or not?

    I think they should have their health insurance taken away from them, like the rest of us and Ryan is a liar because all we have heard is we have a plan, no details nothing.

    They are going to throw some crap together and call it a plan, in which we will get screwed.
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    The Week Republicans Woke Up To The Reality Of Obamacare Repeal

    ...... "We already showed people what we believe in — what ObamaCare should be replaced with — so we're going to use every tool at our disposal, through legislation, through regulation, to bring replace concurrent along with repeal so that we can save people from this mess," Ryan announced Tuesday.......

    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/dc/the-week-republicans-woke-up-to-the-reality-of-obamacare-repeal

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    1. Anonymous1:48 PM

      I've read today that the GOP has no interest in providing health care to those with pre-existing conditions or to sons and daughters under 26 years of age, among other groups. I guess they'll only want medical coverage for GOP legislators and the president and his family - extended.
      Beaglemom

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    2. Anonymous5:01 AM

      They took away the protection from 6 groups: pre-existing conditions, children, veterans, women's birth control and mammograms, children under 26 and medicaid.

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    3. Anonymous9:55 AM

      Anon at 5:01 am. That's a positively "yuuge" number of people about to be thrown under the bus by the GOP. Once they get started on Medicare and Social Security, all senior citizens will be under the bus too. Not looking too good for making America better, is it? Maybe Trump's slogan ("make America great again") meant making it a great and feeble target for Putin's plans. It sure looks like we're going to be sinking to Russia's level fast.
      Beaglemom

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  15. Anonymous12:08 PM

    HOW MUCH DID TRUMP BUY THESE GUYS FOR? HIGH SIX FIGURES?


    'God Bless the U.S.A' Singer Lee Greenwood Set to Play Trump Inauguration Concert

    Country artist Lee Greenwood, best known for his patriotic hit “God Bless the U.S.A.,” is scheduled to perform for President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration during the “‘Make America Great Again!’ Welcome Celebration” on Jan 19, the day before he is sworn in.

    Additionally, Greenwood’s fellow country artist Toby Keith, as well as singer Jennifer Holliday and southern rock band 3 Doors Down, have been added to the lineup for the pre-inauguration concert, the Inaugural Committee said Friday.

    Prior to Friday’s unveiling, Cowboy Troy, country band Big & Rich and America’s Got Talent singer Jackie Evancho were among the entertainers who were listed as performing at Trump celebrations.

    https://www.yahoo.com/music/god-bless-the-u-s-a-singer-lee-greenwood-set-to-play-trump-inauguration-174359912.html

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    1. Sounds like a Branson reject list...

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  16. Anonymous12:13 PM

    The second this person attempts to take office will be a filthy day in history. He will be impeached immediately. Why would he do this to himself and family?

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    1. Anonymous2:13 PM

      'destrudo'

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  17. Anonymous12:16 PM

    The Spy Who Wrote the Trump-Russia Memos: It Was "Hair-Raising" Stuff

    http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2017/01/spy-who-wrote-trump-russia-memos-it-was-hair-raising-stuff

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    1. Anonymous12:24 PM

      Mother Jones lol. Say hi to mother.

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    2. Anonymous12:46 PM

      @12:24 PM Say hi to your own mother.

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    3. Anonymous1:27 PM

      I wonder how long it's going to take for regular Americans to get ahold of those additional pages to the report (whatever they are calling it?) with all the personal crap that Trump pulled while in Russia? Sex stories, etc.

      There is no way that will be kept secret - too many have it already!

      How can Paul Ryan even look him straight in the face and support him knowing what he does? And, keep a straight face!

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    4. Anonymous1:29 PM

      @12:24 those dumb downed articles from breibat are probable more your speed lol

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  18. Anonymous12:31 PM

    R. Kelly Denies Trump Inauguration Gig as 'Simply Untrue'
    January 13, 2017

    The list of artists not planning to play Donald Trump's inauguration continues to grow much longer than those who have officially signed up. The latest to shoot down rumors of an inaugural gig is R. Kelly, who tweeted on Thursday night (Jan. 12) that it is "simply untrue" that he'll suit up for the New York real estate mogul's big day next week.

    The post entitled, "End.Of.Story" features the statement in a large yellow box with the important denials in bolded red and Kelly explaining that "Despite the rumors circulating online, R. Kelly will not be performing at this years inauguration ceremony."


    R. Kelly ✔ @rkelly
    End.
    Of.
    Story.

    5:10 PM - 12 Jan 2017

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  19. Anonymous12:37 PM

    MARIE OSMOND (KELLY CONTD)

    And Kelly wasn't the only one clarifying that they wouldn't be joining the celebration of the former Celebrity Apprentice star's rise to the highest office in the land. After a week of rumors, Marie Osmond also took to Twitter on Thursday to essentially say the same. "Many of you have seen various stories saying that I volunteered or that I am performing at the inauguration. So let me be clear!" wrote the singer.
    "I had no intention of performing at this inauguration, no matter who won!" Osmond went on to explain that though she has performed for several presidents and at a number of charitable White House events, she tries to "stay out of politics." Osmond's name got into the mix because in an earlier interview this week she said "when it comes to our country, we need to unite, and to not support our president I think is wrong."

    Osmond and Kelly join a growing roster of acts who have either turned down the honor or made it clear they would if asked. Among those who have reportedly said no thank you according to a number of reports and tweets are: Andrea Bocelli, Moby, Charlotte Church, Elton John, Céline Dion, Kanye West, Rebecca Ferguson, Garth Brooks, David Foster, KISS and Idina Menzel.

    And while Trump earlier claimed that he wasn't interested in "A-list" celebs at his inauguration, just one week out the announced performance roster is one of the thinnest in recent memory, comprised of fellow reality TV star America's Got Talent winner Jackie Evancho, Big & Rich, Cowboy Troy and most of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Radio City Rockettes. At his press conference this week, Trump promised unnamed "tremendous talent" for his event.
    In contrast, President Obama's first inaugural in 2009 featured a historic all-star tribute called "We Are One" on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial that had performances from Beyoncé, U2, Jon Bon Jovi, Mary J. Blige, Sheryl Crow, Brooks, Josh Groban, John Legend, John Mellencamp, Bruce Springsteen, Usher, Stevie Wonder, Shakira and Jennifer Nettles, among many others.

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  20. WA Skeptic12:40 PM

    "Methinks he doth protest too much."

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  21. Anonymous12:40 PM

    And while Trump earlier claimed that he wasn't interested in "A-list" celebs at his inauguration, just one week out the announced performance roster is one of the thinnest in recent memory, comprised of fellow reality TV star America's Got Talent winner Jackie Evancho, Big & Rich, Cowboy Troy and most of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Radio City Rockettes. At his press conference this week, Trump promised unnamed "tremendous talent" for his event.
    In contrast, President Obama's first inaugural in 2009 featured a historic all-star tribute called "We Are One" on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial that had performances from Beyoncé, U2, Jon Bon Jovi, Mary J. Blige, Sheryl Crow, Brooks, Josh Groban, John Legend, John Mellencamp, Bruce Springsteen, Usher, Stevie Wonder, Shakira and Jennifer Nettles, among many others.

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  22. Anonymous12:40 PM

    OT: This was passed on from a friend who works in DC: Do you live or vote in Alaska, Tennessee, Ohio, Maine, or Louisiana or know someone who does?
    ACTION: Save the ACA.
    shared from a friend:
    A friend called Senator Warren to ask what she can do to help push back agains the ACA repeal. Here's what she was told by one of Warren's staffers:
    "Senator Warren's staff member told me what would help the most would be to call the five Republican senators who have broken away from the GOP to demand a slow down of the repeal. Tell them how much you appreciate their efforts to stop the train wreck and share your story.
    They are:
    Senator Bob Corker (TN) - (202) 224-3344
    Senator Lisa Murkowski (AK) - (202) 224-6665
    Senator Rob Portman (OH) - (202) 224-3353
    Senator Susan Collins (ME) - (202) 224-2523
    Senator Bill Cassidy (LA) - (202) 224-5824"
    SCRIPT: Hi, my name is ______ and I am a concerned constituent/citizen [give your address if you're in the state]. I want to let the Senator know that I fully support the Affordable Care Act. I [friends or family] get my health care through the ACA. If the law is repealed with no replacement in place, I [my friends or family] will be without health coverage and won't have any other options. I am appalled that this vital law will be repealed with no plan for those with pre-existing conditions or those who need the ACA to be able to access health care. I very much appreciate your efforts to demand a slow down of the repeal. Please continue to fight so people like me [my family or friends] can have affordable, effective health care that isn't disrupted by plans to repeal the law without a replacement law in place.
    After you call, leave me a comment so I can tell you how awesome you are!!
    More about what is going on with the ACA right now, simply explained here:
    https://theestablishment.co/a-handy-guide-to-what-the-hell-happened-to-the-affordable-care-act-last-night-b31bff0e2427#.ie6nfc29d

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  23. Hillary is guilty of everything she's accused of on account of being Hillary, and not on account of actually being guilty of anything. That's the gospel truth.

    This guy can't let go of anything, as demonstrated by the fact that he still can't stop mentioning her in his Tweets over two months out from the election that he "won".

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    1. Anonymous8:06 PM

      I think trump is still worried that his "win" will be taken away from him. Wonder what he will tweet about tonight?

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  24. Anonymous12:54 PM

    House Votes 227-198 To Begin ACA Repeal Process

    The House of Representatives just approved the Senate resolution to begin the repeal of the Affordable Care Act by a vote of 227-189. All House Democrats voted no on the resolution, along with a handful of Republicans.

    Just before this vote, there was a vote on an amendment by Kentucky Rep. John Yarmuth which would have stopped the repeal effort and redirected budget attention toward infrastructure. That amendment was defeated with the help of 37 Democrats in the House.

    I will be getting the names of those Democrats. I will be asking for their reasons for their No votes. I will let you know who they are and why they voted that way.

    In my view, it is unacceptable for any Democrat to stand in the way of an effort to block the repeal of the ACA. It will take some persuasion to convince me otherwise. So while I'm gratified that they did not vote FOR the effort to begin repeal, I'm flummoxed as to why they voted AGAINST a substitute.

    http://crooksandliars.com/2017/01/house-votes-begin-aca-repeal-process-227

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  25. Anonymous12:55 PM

    CNN
    Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner will rule Trump's America

    .... And with Melania and Donald Trump adamant on spending as little time in Washington as possible, Ivanka and Jared will effectively be the de facto first couple of the United States, wielding more power together than any first daughter and son-in-law in presidential history.

    When it comes to Donald Trump's America, Ivanka and Jared will be ruling it....

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/01/13/opinions/ivanka-and-jared-will-rule-washington-opinion/index.html

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    1. Anonymous1:22 PM

      Ivanka and Jared will be ruling it....
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      No one voted for them !!!

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    2. Anonymous1:44 PM

      Not only did nobody vote for either Ivanka or Jared but neither of them is really terminating conflicting business interests. The most unethical incoming administration in the history of the country.
      Beaglemom

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  26. Anonymous12:56 PM

    "And with Melania and Donald Trump adamant on spending as little time in Washington as possible"
    -CNN


    WHY DID THAT SON OF A BITCH RUN FOR PRESIDENT IN THE FIRST PLACE?

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    1. Anonymous1:25 PM

      REVENGE, his EGO and opportunity to enrich his family at taxpayers expense.

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    2. Anonymous1:31 PM

      Exactly. I hope Hillary wins NY mayor, senator,... and throw his fat lying arse out of NYC!

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  27. Anonymous1:05 PM

    I think it is time that President Obama declares a State of Emergency, and imposes Martial Law. If he cannot do it for an enemy foreign force meddling in our elections, then when can he do it?!
    Time to call our representatives and ask them to ask President Obama to do just that. Declare Martial Law until a clean, verifiable, election is being held. Seems just today, the Senators got another intel briefing, and they are LIVID about it.

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    1. Anonymous1:19 PM

      And, breaking news, Rep. John Lewis said in an interview with Chuck Todd that Trump is "illegitimate" and he won't be attending the inauguration.

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    2. Anonymous1:41 PM

      Good for Rep. Lewis. I hope that other members of Congress join him. I've read that a Congresswoman has announced that she will not attend.
      Beaglemom

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    3. Anonymous2:27 PM

      John Lewis was at the meeting with Comey in which everyone that left was completely disgusted !!

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    4. Anonymous7:02 AM

      Lewis is a class A idiot. All his fellow congressman know it.

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  28. Anonymous1:21 PM

    Trump now has a singer from the Color Purple to perform. Pry thinks this evens things out with what happened with Hamilton.

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    1. Anonymous3:00 PM

      Now I've read that Color Purple's Jennifer Holliday won't perform. Trump's inaugural committee said she would, and she immediately said she wouldn't.

      Also, the article I read said she ought to join the Concert for America in Town Hall, NY on 1/20 at 3 PM. So there IS a concert. Not the Miami one. I'm now going to go look things up.

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  29. Anonymous1:21 PM

    Impeachment for Comrade Trump????
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    ‘My confidence has been shook’: Dems furious after meeting with James Comey — but they can’t say why

    House Democrats walked out of a classified briefing sputtering with anger over FBI Director James Comey’s response to claims of Russian election hacking.

    Several of the lawmakers who took part in Friday’s meeting said they’d lost confidence in Comey and had become convinced he’s unfit to lead the agency, reported The Hill.
    “I was non-judgmental until the last 15 minutes,” said Rep. Tim Walz (D-MN). “I no longer have that confidence in him. Some of the things that were revealed in this classified briefing — my confidence has been shook.”

    Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) said he was “extremely concerned” about what had been revealed, which was confidential.

    Rep. Mark Takano (D-CA) was so shaken by what he’d learned that he could barely complete a sentence.

    “I’ll just — I’m very angry,” Takano said.

    The intelligence community has told President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump they believe Russia hacked Democratic groups to help elect the Republican candidate.

    Comey has drawn heavy criticism for announcing a new phase in the probe of Hillary Clinton’s emails less than two weeks before the election, and the Justice Department’s inspector general announced a new investigation Thursday into the agency’s actions before the election.

    Rep. Charlie Dent (R-PA) said Attorney General Loretta Lynch had “made life very difficult” for Comey, especially after meeting with Bill Clinton, but Democrats left the meeting outraged.

    “I’ll wait to pass full judgment, but the exchange that just happened in the final 15 minutes gives me no reason to have confidence,” Walz said.

    http://www.rawstory.com/2017/01/my-confidence-has-been-shook-dems-furious-after-meeting-with-james-comey-but-they-cant-say-why/

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    1. Anonymous1:35 PM

      At this point, given the huge split in the country, I think we need to be told. We have a right to know. We are being fucked over by all the assholes and we can't know more?!

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    2. Anonymous7:02 AM

      It is all just a big grandstand joke by the democrats holding their dicks in their hands. They have nothing but bluster.

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  30. Anonymous1:27 PM

    It was so sad--yet inspiring because right is right and this man never falters when it come to what is good for this country of ours--watching John Lewis speak to Chuck Todd re Trump's presidency and it being illegit. I am so proud of the Dems this week who have fought the good fight. They stood up to the ugly GOP bullies and did what they could to save the ACA. And some got so tough in the Cabinet hearings (still too decent toward these POSes though). And then there was DiFi coming back to work the day after a pacemaker implant. And do on.

    And then there;s argumentative, won't-give-an-inch bloated Trump yelling at reporters and lying over and over again about the intel, etc., and further splitting the country. Every single thing he does is divisive and insulting. His existence in this world only brings harm. The worst harm.

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    1. Anonymous1:36 PM

      Meant that John Lewis said Trump is not "legitimate." Same point, but I quoted wrong.

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  31. Anonymous1:30 PM

    Fat effer. God, I am sick of him. Do something. Gee god. Thats all I can say.

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    1. Anonymous1:37 PM

      I'll just say I want him dead, and leave it at that.

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    2. Anonymous4:31 PM

      I'll just say I have a bottle of champagne waiting for the day I can celebrate.

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  32. Anonymous1:32 PM

    There truly is NO way Trump can begin to claim he has an A list following!!! Look at who was a part of President Obama's inauguration - there is no comparison!

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  33. Anonymous1:35 PM

    After watching this bozo's press conference and reading his infantile tweets, it was very refreshing to watch Joe Biden on the View today.

    An adult, that spoke to the public in complete sentences. Going to miss that.

    I really want to know if trump speaks in such a childish manner at home, or is he dumbing it down for his supporters. There are foreigners that are more fluent than he is.

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  34. Anonymous1:38 PM

    Sarah Palin should share her word-a-day calendar with Comrade Trump. His twitter vocabulary is pathetic.
    Beaglemom

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  35. Anonymous2:23 PM

    These Democrats Voted Against Stopping The ACA Repeal Effort

    Here is the list of Democrats who voted with all Republicans in the House against Rep. John Yarmuth's effort to substitute an infrastructure bill with the resolution to begin repealing the Affordable Care Act.

    To be clear, all of the names on the list also voted against the Senate resolution to begin repeal, so presumably they were released to vote against Yarmuth's blocking resolution as political cover.

    That is unacceptable to me. Now is the time for them to stand up for the ACA in ALL circumstances. They will argue that the resolution wasn't going to pass anyway, so they could have some cover with more conservative constituents. I'll just call BS on that right now.

    One of these representatives was mine. And I will be in her office, explaining why it is unacceptable for her to EVER vote against a proposal to block repeal. I would recommend that you all choose the same course of action. Now is the time for a united front, not cowardly political cover.
    Here are their names, states, and links to contact them.
    1. Rep. Pete Aguilar - CA
    2. Rep. Ami Bera - CA
    3. Rep. Julia Brownley - CA
    4. Rep. Cheri Bustos - IL
    5. Rep. Gerald Connolly - VA
    6. Rep. Jim Cooper - TN
    7. Rep. J. Luis Correa - CA
    8. Rep. Jim Costa- CA
    9. Charlie Crist - FL
    10. Henry Cuellar - TX
    11. Rep. John K. Delaney - MD
    12. Rep. Susan DelBene - WA
    13. Rep. Bill Foster - IL
    14. Rep. Josh Gottheimer - NJ
    15. Rep. Jim Himes - CT
    16. Rep. Derek Kilmer - WA
    17. Rep. Ron Kind - WI
    18. Rep. Ann Kuster - NH
    19. Rep. Daniel Lipinski - IL
    20. Rep. David Loebsack - IA
    21. Rep. Zoe Lofgren - CA
    22. Rep. Stephanie Murphy - FL
    23. Rep. Tom O'Halleran - AZ
    24. Rep. Scott Peters - CA
    25. Rep. Collin Peterson - MN
    26. Rep. Jared Polis - CO
    27. Rep. Kathleen Rice - NY
    28. Rep. Jacky Rosen - NV
    29. Rep. Raul Ruiz - CA
    30. Rep. Brad Schneider - IL
    31. Rep. Kurt Schrader - OR
    32. Rep. Kirsten Sinema - AZ
    33. Rep. Darren Soto - FL
    34. Rep. Thomas Suozzi - NY
    35. Rep. Niki Tsongas - MA
    36. Rep. Peter Visclosky - IN
    37. Rep. Timothy Walz - MN

    http://crooksandliars.com/2017/01/these-democrats-voted-against-stopping

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  36. Anonymous2:42 PM

    Is this what the Trump presidency is about?


    NPR
    White Nationalists' Enthusiasm For Trump Cools

    ● Next week, white nationalists like Jared Taylor will celebrate a moment they've been waiting decades to see when Donald Trump is inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States. Members of the white nationalist movement were among the first to embrace Trump's candidacy, and they celebrated after his election.

    "January 20th reflects a significant defeat for egalitarian orthodoxy," Taylor says.

    ● Taylor promotes a very different orthodoxy, one in which race is central to innate abilities and national success.

    ● He's working to build a United States explicitly for white people. Trump arguably helps this by telling supporters that they're the victims of a system rigged against them.

    "I see Donald Trump as a kind of stepping stone. He is a step in the right direction in terms of understanding America and history and the world in essentially racial terms," Taylor says....

    ● Spencer said that Trump's victory had just slingshotted white nationalism into the mainstream.

    ● 11"And even if we're not quite in power yet we should act like it," he said....

    But later that day, Spencer gave another speech, a fiery one that ended with some of the audience casting off any pretense of being mainstream.

    ● "Hail Trump! Hail our people! Hail victory!" Spencer shouted, raising his glass in a straight-arm toast to the audience.

    Some in the crowd responded with enthusiastic Nazi salutes, which captured media attention....

    ● White nationalists also like the nominee for secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, who's seen as being close to Russian leader Vladimir Putin, a darling of the alt-right...

    http://www.npr.org/2017/01/13/509533142/white-nationalists-enthusiasm-for-trump-cools

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  37. Anonymous3:19 PM

    Coincidence? Sarah Palin doesn't believe in coincides.

    Gryphen does Trump's proposed Secretary of Navy has ties to Russia? Or maybe the company he is the investment executive of does? Maybe yes, maybe no? This could be a breaking story and maybe you can contact MSNBC?

    Say it ain't so Gryphen.

    --------------
    Josh Rogin ✔ @joshrogin

    BREAKING: I'm told that Philip M. Bilden, investment executive at HarbourVest, is Trump's likely choice for Secretary of the Navy.

    11:11 AM - 13 Jan 2017
    ----------


    WHO IS PHILIP BILDEN?

    President-elect Trump is said to be considering Philip Bilden, of the global private equity firm HarbourVest, to serve as secretary of the Navy under his administration.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/report-philip-bilden-is-trumps-likely-choice-for-navy-secretary/article/2611815

    Internet search:
    First searched "Philip Bilden Russia", nothing came up.

    Second searched "HarbourVest Russia" and this came up. This may not be the same HarbourVest related to Bilden but then again it may. I don't know because I'm not going to the site below.


    A. Peter Wilson - Europe Secondary Investments - HarbourVest
    HarbourVest › team › peter-wilson
    ... for Reconstruction and Development, where he originated and managed two regional venture capital funds in Russia.

    B. Kathleen Bacon | European Private Equity | HarbourVest
    HarbourVest › team › kathleen-bacon
    Kathleen received a BA in Russian from Dartmouth College in 1986 and an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at ...


    So if you want to look into it search "HarbourVest Russia" and go the links that appears.

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  38. Anonymous4:16 PM

    Do you live or vote in Alaska, Tennessee, Ohio, Maine, or Louisiana or know someone who does?
    ACTION: Save the ACA.
    shared from a friend:
    A friend called Senator Warren to ask what she can do to help push back agains the ACA repeal. Here's what she was told by one of Warren's staffers:
    "Senator Warren's staff member told me what would help the most would be to call the five Republican senators who have broken away from the GOP to demand a slow down of the repeal. Tell them how much you appreciate their efforts to stop the train wreck and share your story.
    They are:
    Senator Bob Corker (TN) - (202) 224-3344
    Senator Lisa Murkowski (AK) - (202) 224-6665
    Senator Rob Portman (OH) - (202) 224-3353
    Senator Susan Collins (ME) - (202) 224-2523
    Senator Bill Cassidy (LA) - (202) 224-5824"
    SCRIPT: Hi, my name is ______ and I am a concerned constituent/citizen [give your address if you're in the state]. I want to let the Senator know that I fully support the Affordable Care Act. I [friends or family] get my health care through the ACA. If the law is repealed with no replacement in place, I [my friends or family] will be without health coverage and won't have any other options. I am appalled that this vital law will be repealed with no plan for those with pre-existing conditions or those who need the ACA to be able to access health care. I very much appreciate your efforts to demand a slow down of the repeal. Please continue to fight so people like me [my family or friends] can have affordable, effective health care that isn't disrupted by plans to repeal the law without a replacement law in place.
    After you call, leave me a comment so I can tell you how awesome you are!!
    More about what is going on with the ACA right now, simply explained here:
    https://theestablishment.co/a-handy-guide-to-what-the-hell-happened-to-the-affordable-care-act-last-night-b31bff0e2427#.k27riih55

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  39. Anonymous7:14 PM

    The nightmare is real. He will be sworn in next Friday. It's like Friday the 13th. I just can't wake up and Freddy Krueger is coming.

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