Sunday, March 19, 2017

It appears that Donald Trump is doing some good in the world. No I am not kidding.

So apparently other countries are witnessing how badly America screwed up in this last election and deciding that they want no part of that in their country.

Interesting how inspired European countries were by the Obama presidency, and how quickly that turned to shock and outrage at the election of Donald Trump.

Gee folks, could WE be the ones that learn from the bad decisions in another country next time please?


  1. Anonymous6:30 AM

    Trump & Co. were elected because they’d had nothing to do with government ― and it shows.

    Donald Trump took the oath of office two months ago, but is not yet running a real presidency. His administration, thus far, largely is playing like a junta that surprised the royal guards and seized the palace ― while still remaining unable to pacify the capital city, let alone inspire the countryside.

    1. Anonymous6:40 AM

      Trump and Putin pulled off the biggest crime on the planet and for now continue the damage. But it is going to be a very nasty ending very soon. The infestation of lousy actors will end and those responsible will be in prison for international crimes. Nato must move in and remove dangerous dictators from the world. Do you read that putin? trump? and others?

    2. Anonymous7:24 AM

      Even the Keystone Kops were smarter than this bunch. For wanting to destroy President Obama's legacy, they're only lifting him up higher.

    3. Anonymous7:34 AM

      Drumpf dump's the biggest pile of BULLSHIT:

    4. Anonymous8:41 AM

      The republicans spend the last 8 years obstructing. Now they are spending all their time destroying.

      No wonder they are unable to lead or formulate policies it is much easier to criticize than actually work.

    5. Anonymous9:09 AM

      8:41 AM - Indeed, and what burns my butt is that they are supposed to represent "we the people," yet the likes of Murkowski blowing off that CNN reporter, and others walking out of district town halls because they refuse to answer the questions of those who aren't tooth and nail behind them.

  2. Anonymous6:32 AM

    Senate Intel Committee formally targets Roger Stone in its investigation of Donald Trump and Russia

    Confirmed: Donald Trump’s phony Obama wiretap claim came from the Kremlin

    Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner were with Dmitry Rybolovlev at key moment in Trump-Russia dossier

    Get your popcorn ready: Sally Yates gets her revenge on Donald Trump tomorrow

  3. Anonymous6:38 AM

    Sean Spicer’s British Spying Accusations Came from Russia Via Fox News

    The New York Times has done everyone a favor and demonstrated that when Judge Andrew Napolitano said on Fox News that Britain had spied on Donald Trump at the behest of President Barack Obama, he got his information from the Russians.

    The go-between was what Media Matters for America calls a “discredited” former CIA analyst:

    “This analyst, Larry C. Johnson, floated the conspiracy theory on the Russian state-sponsored news network RT on March 6, the week after Trump’s original accusation that Obama was responsible for an illegal wiretap.”

    As we all saw, this is what happened next:

    ...Obviously, not a very talented legal mind at all, but a very useful tool for Vladimir Putin and Russia.

    Donald Trump not only heard what he wanted to hear, but what Vladimir Putin wanted him to hear, with predictable, and embarrassing results, not only for the White House but for the United States of America.

    1. Anonymous9:29 AM

      Somehow that makes perfect sense in Trumpland.

  4. Anonymous6:47 AM

    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) on Sunday said President Donald Trump's unsubstantiated claims that President Barack Obama "wire tapped" his phones at Trump Tower before the 2016 election have created a "wrecking ball" that is alienating U.S. allies.

    "What the President said was just patently false, and the wrecking ball it created now has banged into our British allies and our German allies," Schiff said on NBC News' "Meet the Press."

    He said that Trump "needs to put an end" to growing damage resulting from his claims.

    "I suspect what's really at root here, Chuck, is this is just how the President does business. Now maybe this is the way he conducted his real estate business, with half-truths and sometimes no truths and a lot of bluster," Schiff said. "That, in my opinion, is no way to run a business, but it's an even worse way to run a country."

  5. Anonymous6:50 AM

    The artist behind an Arizona billboard attacking President Donald Trump claims she is now the subject of death threats after news and photos of her creation went national.

    According to AzCentral, artist Karen Fiorito knew she would get a strong reaction for her work which went up of Friday and depicts Trump accompanied by mushroom clouds and stylized Nazi swastikas combined with dollar signs. On the reverse side, the billboard displays the word “Unity” with five hands spelling out the word in sign language.

  6. Anonymous6:55 AM

    “The biggest problem the Republicans have right now is that they are spineless,” the Newsweek writer replied. “They are trying to calculate which is going be the most damaging, if they distance themselves from — I can’t believe I’m about to say these words — if they’re going to distance themselves from neo-Nazis and white supremacists.”

    “Are they going to incur the wrath of Trump and is that going to cause them problems?” he continued. “But the reality is: you lie down in manure you’re not going to get the stink off,” Eichenwald continued. “Donald Trump is wrecking the Republican Party, I agree. This party, the party used to be something. It has transformed into something that is — through its inability to condemn the most odious supporters, the most odious elements — that is coming to horribly define the party. They are demonstrating, I believe, spinelessness, but a lot of people will look at this and think they are approving of it.”

    “Because why aren’t they saying anything?” he added. “Trump is much quicker to condemn actresses and musicals than he is to condemn people who are out doing ‘Sieg Heils’ and maybe having Nazis in the White House.”

    Watch the video below via MSNBC:

    West Wing ‘chaos’ as Trump seems ‘hellbent on squandering’ any gains by his administration: report

    ...“Mr. Trump, an agitator incapable of responding proportionately to any slight, appears hellbent on squandering his honeymoon.”

    “Instead, he has sowed chaos in his own West Wing, and talked or tweeted his way into trouble, over and over again,” the report continued. “That was never more apparent than over the last week, when fresh questions about his refusal to release his tax returns and the blocking of his executive order sapped the spotlight from his efforts to build support for the health measure and even the unveiling of his first budget.”

    The “self-lacerating” behavior has its fullest expression in Trump’s refusal to back down from the wiretapping claims, despite “continued unabated despite rebukes from Republicans, denials by the congressional intelligence committees and complaints from the British government.”

    “It’s a pattern with him — he sometimes counterpunches so hard he hits himself,” said former George W. Bush press secretary Ari Fleischer to the Times.

    Insiders say that the internecine struggles between factions in the Trump continue unabated. This week, former Goldman Sachs executive Gary Cohn has aligned himself with Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and is currently in favor as squabbles continue between former CEO Stephen K. Bannon and former RNC head Reince Priebus.

    The internal turf wars, said Hirschfeld Davis and Haberman, are a distraction for an administration that has stumbled from one self-induced crisis to another since inauguration on January 20.

  7. Anonymous6:57 AM

    tRump should either resign, or be impeached. Will he collect the pension after such a short reign? He has spent more time on AF-1 flying to Florida, than he has actually working. We should get back the millions of $$$ it has cost taxpayers so far for his vacations, and keeping his nude escort ensconced in the gold whorehouse in NY.

    1. Anonymous7:37 AM

      >.He has spent more time on AF-1 flying to Florida, than he has actually working.

      Donald Trump canceled veterans health care meeting and played golf at Mar-a-Lago instead

      For reasons known only to him, Donald Trump decided to schedule a meeting about veterans health care for Friday at his private Mar-a-Lago home in West Palm Beach, instead of holding it at the White House. But a bumbling Trump unwittingly revealed that his own VA Secretary wasn’t scheduled to be in attendance. Now it turns out the meeting was canceled entirely, and Trump is instead spending yet another weekend playing golf.
      Trump blew off Friday’s ‘major meeting’ about veterans’ healthcare with no explanation

      As Trump Takes 6th Golf Trip As President The Vow He Made To NEVER Take A Vacation Goes Viral (VIDEO)

    2. Anonymous8:08 AM

      His pension would be FAR less than what he spends on a trip to FL each weekend - old as he is and unhealthy as he is - cholesterol drugs, aspirin daily for? and drug for hair that exacerbates his already insane persona should shorten his pension years - economical movement for US if he leaves very soon! Pence - Invoke 25th Amendment for the best budget move Pence could ever have the opportunity to take! NOW!

    3. Anonymous9:11 AM

      I am truly hoping for a massive coronary. On a Sunday no less.

  8. Anonymous7:22 AM

    The outcome of the recent Dutch elections was more or less as the polls predicted. Why were they not wildly off the mark, as they had been in the USA? Could the fact that in the Netherlands we have paper ballots and the votes are counted by hand have anything to do with it...? (We're a cautious bunch, no Russian hacking for us)

    1. Anonymous9:25 AM

      I think the US needs to return to paper ballots counted by humans and not discarded immediately because of the possibility that a recount will be needed. I'm wiling to wait several hours or even a day or two before knowing the outcome of an election. I'd much rather be patient and sure of the outcome. What happened in Nov. 2016 would be avoided. The media should not be in charge of how we vote; each channel wants to scoop the nation with its announcements of the likely winner minutes before the competition. Politics and government should not be considered a game show.

    2. I don't believe the Russians actually hacked the voting machines.

      What they did was permeate the election with fake news and propaganda.

      They didn't have to change the votes. They simply convinced the American people to change their own votes.

    3. Anonymous5:38 AM

      "The polls" in USA are not one homogenous unit.
      Polling agencies are numerous, and they each have their own data collection methods, and some even have agendas(how shocking!).
      There were several polls that predicted dRumpf would win. Nobody took them seriously. There's a video clip of Cenk Uygur , who hates dRumpf, was on MSNBC(I think)panel, summer of '16, and he predicts Drumpf will win and all the pundits laughed out loud. I didn't think this country would elect a reality show hack as its leader, either.

  9. Anonymous7:39 AM

    This Trumpcare Provision Will Let Trump Further Enrich Himself While He’s In Office (DETAILS)

    One of the things that makes Trumpcare such a blow job for the rich is that it contains a bunch of cuts to taxes that help pay for certain provisions of the Affordable Care Act. Some of those taxes were primarily on the wealthy, which we all know is totally unfair.

    One such tax was a 3.8 percent tax on “unearned income,” including real-estate income – something that Trump could avoid when he was actively managing his businesses. However, now that he’s in the White House and not actively managing those businesses, he’s subject to that tax and the GOP wants to repeal it.

    It’s the biggest tax cut contained within the clusterfuck that is the Trumpcare/Ryancare bill.

    That means there’s massive tax break that will help Trump line his pockets — while he’s still in the White House according to the Wall Street Journal:

  10. Anonymous7:57 AM

    “Go back to Mexico!”
    "Now they'll be traveling 125 miles south to a world championship April 23 to 25 that is aimed at middle school students."

  11. Anonymous7:58 AM

    Fareed Zakaria: Trump 'indifferent to things that are true or false'

    ...Asked about whether he thought Trump actually believed he was wiretapped, Zakaria contended that Trump's success is based on a lifetime of falsehoods.
    "He has spent his whole life bulls**tting," Zakaria said. "He has succeeded by bulls**tting. He has gotten the presidency by bulls**tting. It's very hard to tell somebody at that point that bulls**t doesn't work. Because look at the results. He sees something, he doesn't particularly care if it's true or not, he just put it out there."

  12. Anonymous8:20 AM

  13. Anonymous8:44 AM

    Typical republican, it never occurs to them they some people might be working and the wages are so low they still can’t afford insurance.

    ‘Get those people off of Medicaid’: Tom Cotton says ‘able-bodied’ poor people don’t deserve ‘welfare’

    .... Cotton declared that many people on Medicaid should be purchasing their own insurance instead.

    “Medicaid is a welfare program,” he said. “It’s primarily designed for the indigent, elderly, the disabled, the blind and children.”

    “It’s not designed for able-bodied adults,” Cotton continued. “We want to get those people off of Medicaid, into a job and into market-based insurance.”.....

    1. Anonymous11:03 AM

      The drug companies run America and have for decades. If they were not allowed to price their products so unreasonably the problems would not exist. The insurance companies use so much of their money for things other than health care for their constituents. Thus, the ill and disabled are hamstrung when trying to get treatment.

    2. Able bodied working people aren't on Medicaid.

      Tom Cotton is an idiot, like the rest of his party.

  14. Anonymous9:21 AM

  15. Well, they are better educated than the U.S.

    The U.S. doesn't even break into the top 20, depending on which tests and measurements you use. Make America Great Again? Not as long as the citizenry is mired in ignorance. But if they weren't, Republicans wouldn't win elections.

  16. Anonymous1:30 PM

    I will never, NEVER again complain about the poor Republican members of Congress because they are SUFFERING!!!

    On Face the Nation today, poor, brave, selfless White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney was being interviewed by John Dickerson who questioned him about the budget decimating services for the needy while Trump is flying down to Mar-a-Lago every weekend. Dickerson asked if the sacrifices should begin at home.

    Mulvaney acknowledged that the bill would take food out of the mouths of hungry children and seniors, but explained that he was enduring terrible sacrifices as well.

    “Yes,” he began. “I don’t have a business card to give to you today, John, because, at the Office of Management and Budget, we have to pay for our own business cards. So it does start at home but it’s already started.”

    Who cares about starving children and old people dying in the streets when HE DOESN'T HAVE BUSINESS CARDS?!?!?!


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