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Message 1907745 - Posted: 17 Dec 2017, 18:51:58 UTC - in response to Message 1907744.  

Possibly Truman, who made tough and mostly correct decisions after WW2.
Diving Korea so that we now face Kim. Interesting choice for best.
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Message 1907750 - Posted: 17 Dec 2017, 19:57:53 UTC
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trying to find out all you can about the opposition is not illegal.
How about creating a fictitious file then using it as the basis for an application to the FISA Court for unmasking participants in intercepted communications and then submitting or participating in using that fake file as the basis for a criminal investigation wasting millions of taxpayer dollars for no results directly related to those fake files.

Neither 'guilty' plea was for 'colluding' with Russians. But rather that good old stand by for the Federal Bogus Investigators.......not telling them the same thing the same way two times(ask Martha Stewart).

If Mueller is worth his salt there will be some heads rolling on the other side as well. If not there will forever remain the suspected taint.

What was the 'insurance policy' mentioned in the 'very special' Agent's email?

And why won't the FBI deny they paid part of the bill for the fake file?

The Dims wanted an investigation and it's about to bite them in the mule.

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Message 1907751 - Posted: 17 Dec 2017, 20:02:33 UTC

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Message 1907754 - Posted: 17 Dec 2017, 20:12:49 UTC - in response to Message 1907750.  
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trying to find out all you can about the opposition is not illegal.
How about creating a fictitious file then using it as the basis for an application to the FISA Court

Now you are privy to sealed FISA documents? Do you want to explain how you got the court to break the seal? Or has someone broken an order of the court* and needs a long stay in a small room? Or are you inventing stories again?
*On 45's order?
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Message 1907768 - Posted: 17 Dec 2017, 21:31:54 UTC - in response to Message 1907745.  

Possibly Truman, who made tough and mostly correct decisions after WW2.
Diving Korea so that we now face Kim. Interesting choice for best.

I assume you meant dividing Korea and not diving Korea. Dividing Korea was an act to appease Russia even though they didn't declare war on Japan in WWII until the outcome was guaranteed.
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Message 1907770 - Posted: 17 Dec 2017, 21:53:26 UTC - in response to Message 1907768.  

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Message 1907778 - Posted: 17 Dec 2017, 22:41:35 UTC - in response to Message 1907751.  

It looks like Trump's team will go to any length to stop Mueller's investigation.


It has been recently rumored (yes, I know what rumors are...) that Trump may be preparing to fire Mueller on Dec. 22nd or thereabouts (after Congress is in holiday recess) and this may be either an excuse or the reason why depending on one's interpretation. I guess we'll wait and see.
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Message 1907780 - Posted: 17 Dec 2017, 22:55:07 UTC - in response to Message 1907754.  

trying to find out all you can about the opposition is not illegal.
How about creating a fictitious file then using it as the basis for an application to the FISA Court

Now you are privy to sealed FISA documents? Do you want to explain how you got the court to break the seal? Or has someone broken an order of the court* and needs a long stay in a small room? Or are you inventing stories again?
*On 45's order?

according to the CDC analyst, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the person was not authorized to speak publicly.

An unnamed person who is not authorized to speak publicly is the source.

No better source ever.

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Message 1907783 - Posted: 17 Dec 2017, 23:34:43 UTC - in response to Message 1907745.  

Possibly Truman, who made tough and mostly correct decisions after WW2.
Diving Korea so that we now face Kim. Interesting choice for best.

As is usual. You omit, to mislead the other posters of what I said. Why?

BTW: This is what I posted regarding Truman.

"Possibly Truman, who made tough and mostly correct decisions after WW2. But there were many negatives."
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Message 1907784 - Posted: 17 Dec 2017, 23:37:12 UTC - in response to Message 1907778.  
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It looks like Trump's team will go to any length to stop Mueller's investigation.


It has been recently rumored (yes, I know what rumors are...) that Trump may be preparing to fire Mueller on Dec. 22nd or thereabouts (after Congress is in holiday recess) and this may be either an excuse or the reason why depending on one's interpretation. I guess we'll wait and see.

Yes... More unfounded 'rumors'.

Trump says he is not considering firing Mueller

http://www.cnn.com/2017/12/17/politics/trump-mueller-very-upset-emails/index.html
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Message 1907818 - Posted: 18 Dec 2017, 5:56:17 UTC

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Message 1907863 - Posted: 18 Dec 2017, 14:20:41 UTC

From an Opinion Piece:

Something is happening in the final days of 2017. People are noticing that Donald Trump has gotten a lot done in his tumultuous first year in the White House.

Assume that tax reform passes and is signed into law. If in, say, 2014, a Republican, of either the conservative or moderate variety, predicted that in 2017 a newly-elected GOP president and Congress would —

Cut corporate and individual taxes.
Repeal the Obamacare individual mandate.
Appoint a highly-respected conservative to the Supreme Court.
Appoint a one-year record number of judges to the circuit courts.
Get rid of reams of unnecessary regulations.
Destroy ISIS.
Approve pipeline projects and new oil drilling.

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/byron-york-amid-firestorms-trump-has-year-of-solid-policy-accomplishments-can-he-keep-going/article/2643791

Disregarding if one agrees or disagrees with the positive description of the above achievements.

The critics, or worse, of Trump in the News Media, Social Media, Political Parties, Washington Swamp, the Ruling Classes, et al. Have not been able to stop Trump.

Can they change their failed tactics? I doubt it.
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Message 1907867 - Posted: 18 Dec 2017, 15:15:04 UTC

When the Tax Reform bill passes, without a single Dim vote, the dye will be cast.

When starting in March and continuing through November American workers see their paycheck have increased in take home pay(by reduction of taxation).

When American workers and retirees see their IRAs and 401ks continue to increase in value at a pace never before seen.

.............when the 2018 election occurs those Senators and Congressmen/women who stood shoulder to shoulder against ANYTHING Trump, will stand shoulder to shoulder in the unemployment line while their party loses more seats, and more importantly, loses control of more local governments.

U of Alabama's motto of 'Roll Tide!' is about to make itself known across the US as the Anti 'Anti' Tide rolls over the burial site of the Dim Party. A site of their own making. A grave site they could have avoided by being flexible enough to take part in the crafting of the bill instead of just crying on the floor of Congress.

About as effective as the Hill-liary Losers "shouting at the sky".

Stupidity is a cruel mistress.

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Message 1907899 - Posted: 18 Dec 2017, 19:28:23 UTC

dA REAL GREAT ONE is Spaking.

What a PREZ!!!

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Message 1907960 - Posted: 19 Dec 2017, 3:30:52 UTC
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I see that this great leader took 3 hours before he tweeted on the Washington rail tragedy. And then as usual he didn't mention those killed, injured or the first responders for a further 10 minutes. He first had to have a go about the lack of funding for infrastructure, which again shows his ignorance, as this was the first scheduled run of a new higher speed link between Seattle WA and Portland OR.
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Message 1907988 - Posted: 19 Dec 2017, 5:48:20 UTC

Again, some would criticize Trump if he cured Cancer. Get a grip Nick. Your opinion of what, when, where and about whom Trump tweets means less than nothing. Get over yourself and Trump. It's eating you alive.

And you need to educate yourself regarding the 'new high speed rail line'. The Mayor of one town near the crash site had warned repeatedly that running high speed rail traffic on that line would result in exactly what happened.

Good to know you're so concerned about US citizens instead of your own. I don't recall a single post here suggesting your leadership needs a little fine adjustment but I do see regular posts from outside the US sticking their nose in here.

Envious perhaps?

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Message 1907992 - Posted: 19 Dec 2017, 6:01:46 UTC

If your country wants to run ruin the world with an idiot trying to run it then you just have to expect the criticism from the outside as it effects all of us in the end.

Either get use to it or get out of the kitchen before you get burnt. ;-)

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Message 1908021 - Posted: 19 Dec 2017, 9:13:25 UTC - in response to Message 1907988.  

Again, some would criticize Trump if he cured Cancer. Get a grip Nick. Your opinion of what, when, where and about whom Trump tweets means less than nothing. Get over yourself and Trump. It's eating you alive.

And you need to educate yourself regarding the 'new high speed rail line'. The Mayor of one town near the crash site had warned repeatedly that running high speed rail traffic on that line would result in exactly what happened.

Good to know you're so concerned about US citizens instead of your own. I don't recall a single post here suggesting your leadership needs a little fine adjustment but I do see regular posts from outside the US sticking their nose in here.

Envious perhaps?

Why don't you get some education and realise that things that happen in the US affect just about everybody worldwide.

It is much too early to think you have any idea what caused that accident.
And it is only advertising that calls it "high speed" 79 mph is just about normal average speed elsewhere.

And regarding your previous I hope you are going to be very happy with your small tax reduction, which has a very limited lifespan, and that you will be overjoyed with the further restriction in what you can put into your 401k/annum.
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Message 1908039 - Posted: 19 Dec 2017, 12:21:35 UTC - in response to Message 1907988.  
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Again, some would criticize Trump if he cured Cancer. Get a grip Nick. Your opinion of what, when, where and about whom Trump tweets means less than nothing. Get over yourself and Trump. It's eating you alive.

And you need to educate yourself regarding the 'new high speed rail line'. The Mayor of one town near the crash site had warned repeatedly that running high speed rail traffic on that line would result in exactly what happened.

Good to know you're so concerned about US citizens instead of your own. I don't recall a single post here suggesting your leadership needs a little fine adjustment but I do see regular posts from outside the US sticking their nose in here.

Envious perhaps?

I disagree that Trump's tweets have no negative effects.

But in a larger sense. I agree that those giving negative opinions regarding his tweets, and I generally agree with them regarding the nature of Trump's tweets. Are probably irrelevant regarding the 2018 and 2020 elections.

Just a bunch of people, who will have no impact, patting each other on their backs.

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Message 1908072 - Posted: 20 Dec 2017, 2:35:09 UTC - in response to Message 1908067.  
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Eye, quoting from the article you cited
"Our community was concerned about the safety of a high-speed passenger rail line coming through an urbanized area on what had been, for years, essentially an abandoned rail route," Anderson said after the derailment., the mayor was concerned about the impact on the community, not a major derailment
. Since this is local news for me there has been much coverage.
The mayor is correct, in fact all rail tragedies could be avoided if all rail transport were eliminated. He was being a selfritchious NIMBY, as most local officials are.
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