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    Not an original take...

    "everybody does it, so 'my guy' deserves to skate."
    Pues, aquí estamos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    april 2017 , not many on 63k
    Break it down by state and it tells the real story. Notice that all the top wages are in blue states and the lowest wages are all in red Drumpf states. The lowest are Mississippi, West Virginia, Arkansas, Louisiana etc. That is the truth not the bullshit sugarcoat nonsense bowie is trying to push.

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    how many POTUS got away with murder, and were never impeached

    Truman, Johnson, GW Bush, and even Obama, that lazy little black queen

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    Let's have a shout out to 1983 - Ronnie's Back

    President Donald Trump-unknown-png

    Remember Star Wars


    http://edition.cnn.com/2019/12/20/po...rce/index.html

    With a signature, Trump brings Space Force into being
    By Ryan Browne, CNN
    Updated 0138 GMT (0938 HKT) December 21, 2019


    Trump signs law that creates Space Force

    Washington (CNN)When President Donald Trump signed the National Defense Authorization Act into law Friday, he also created the newest military service and the first new service since the US Air Force came into being in 1947.

    With his signature, the US Air Force Space Command was designated the United States Space Force, a step that White House officials are touting as a historic step.
    "The law states that Air Force Space Command will be re-designated the United States Space Force, that will happen immediately," Gen. John Raymond, the commander of US Space Command and Air Force Space Command, told reporters at the Pentagon Friday.

    Raymond said that the 16,000 active duty airmen and civilians currently in the Air Force Space Command will be assigned to the new United States Space Force, though officials made clear those personnel will not actually become members of the Space Force and will remain in the Air Force for the time being.

    'Lean and agile'

    A senior US Air Force official said that some 5,000 to 6,000 personnel out of the 16,000 will eventually be transferred to the Space Force.

    The military service members that focus on space, space operators, will eventually be transferred to the Space Force on a voluntary basis at some point in the future, officials say. Support personnel, such as security officers and civil engineers, will remain in the Air Force even though they are assigned to the Space Force.

    "We want to build this service to be lean and agile, we're going to rely very heavily support functions from the Air Force," Raymond said Friday.

    A relatively small number of airmen that specialize in intelligence, engineering and acquisition will also be transferred to the new Space Force.

    Air Force officials said that the number of personnel transferred to the Space Force could reach 15,000.

    "There will be additional segments to come, so for example there might be other units that are outside of Air Force Space Command purview that would also come into this service as well," Raymond said.

    The US Air Force has over 300,000 active personnel in its ranks, while the US Marine Corps, hitherto the smallest branch, has some 180,000.

    Air Force Secretary Barbara Barrett, who will oversee the new service much as the secretary of the Navy oversees the US Marines, said that the new branch's size does not reflect its significance.

    "The Space Force won't be measured by the number of people unlike for instance the Marine Corps, which is really a labor-intensive service," Barrett told reporters. "Space Force is much more measured by the technology and the capabilities."

    She pointed to the fact that only about 40 personnel oversee the tremendously important Global Positioning System (GPS), despite its critical importance to both the US government and commercial enterprise.

    The Air Force will also provide much of the infrastructure to support the new Space Force, including its officer training and recruiting programs. Officials say this will help stem the need for additional bureaucracy.

    Base locations

    The desire to avoid adding additional bureaucracy to the Defense Department was one reason that senior defense officials previously voiced opposition to proposals to create a new military branch focused on space.

    While the Air Force will provide the bulk of support to the Space Force, Raymond said that several Air Force bases are likely to be renamed to reflect their importance to the Space Force's mission.

    "We do have a plan to rename the principal Air Force bases that house space units to be Space Bases," Raymond said. He added "that will occur in the months ahead and we'll plan that appropriately."

    He said those bases could include Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado, the current home of Air Force Space Command, and Vandenberg Air Base in California.

    An Air Force memorandum obtained by CNN in April identified the six military bases that could house US Space Command. Four of the proposed locations were located in Colorado. The other two locations were in Alabama and California.

    A few things that will not be unveiled when Trump signs the Space Force into law on Friday night include Space Force uniforms, logos and songs.

    Uniforms, logos, songs

    "There are, as you can imagine, thousands and thousands of actions that are going to have to take place, everything from what does the uniform look like, to the logo, all the way up to who's in the Space Force and who's not in the Space Force,"

    Raymond said. "That work is being planned and will continue to be refined."

    Raymond added that "it's going to be really important that we get this right. A uniform, a patch, a song, it gets to the culture of a service and so we're not going to be in a rush to get something and not do that right."

    "There's a lot of work going on towards that end, I don't think it's going to take a long time to get that done, but that's not something that we're going to roll out on day one," he added.

    Some lawmakers have questioned the need for a separate Space Force and the amount of money allocated to its creation in Fiscal Year 2020 -- $40 million -- was significantly less than the $72.4 million sought by the Pentagon.

    "We will phase development according to what the budget provides. Yes, it was less than requested, but we will quite ably work with the amount that was appropriated," Barrett said.

    The act signed by Trump also creates a new senior military post to oversee the Space Force, a chief of space operations who will also eventually sit on the Joint Chiefs of Staff, joining their counterparts from the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines. Trump on Friday announced Air Force Gen. Jay Raymond as the first chief of space operations.

    "With today's signing I will proudly appoint Gen. Jay Raymond the first chief of space operations and he will become the very first member of the Space Force and he will be on the Joint Chiefs," Trump said during the ceremony. "He will be on the Joint Chiefs, which is now expanding by one position. That's a very powerful position."
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    At the moment, the whole world laughs at Donald Trump.
    If he's elected again, it won't be Trump being laughed at, but all Americans.

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    Trump must remain in power to stay out of prison

    The danger of impeaching Trump without removing him from office has always been that we will have blown the last “check” we have on him. When the Senate lets him off without even a slap on the wrist, Trump will be even more unrestrained than ever. Steel yourself. We’re about to get Donald Trump squared.

    The last time he felt he’d gotten away with his crimes was when special counsel Robert Mueller failed to find evidence of a conspiracy between Trump’s campaign and the Russians during the 2016 election. Less than 24 hours after Mueller lamely testified as much to Congress, an apparently giddy Trump picked up the phone and called Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and tried to get yet another foreign leader to help him steal an election. He offered Zelensky a bribe to get him to investigate his likely opponent in 2020, Joe Biden, and tried to strong-arm Zelensky into making Ukraine the scapegoat for the 2016 Russian hacking of Democratic emails.

    He won’t be able to stop himself from doing it again. He’s not going to stop at doubling down. He’ll triple down on everything he’s pulled over the last four years.

    He’s going to call Putin and promise to lift the sanctions if he chips in to get him re-elected. He’ll call Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the president of Turkey. He’ll talk to President Andrej Duda of Poland. He’ll reach out for help from every wannabe Mussolini from South America to Singapore. And he’ll get it. They’ll find ways to slip him money under the table. They’ll turn loose hit squads of trolls to infect American social media with campaign propaganda.

    He’s going to put the full weight of his Department of Justice behind efforts to suppress the votes of poor people, young people, blacks, Latinos, women, the LGBTQ community — in fact anyone likely to vote Democratic. He’ll call for “investigations” of every Democratic presidential candidate who’s going up in the polls and announce he’s got “dirt” on every one of them. He’s going to unleash an army of surrogate liars to spread falsehoods about his opponent. He’s going to go from one rally a week to two to three; maybe he’ll hold a rally every other night. He’s going to turn Air Force One into an airborne criminal command post.

    He’s going to wave unindicted co-conspirator Rudy Giuliani like a red flag and tweet out every red-meat lie he blabs on Fox. Then he’s going to pardon his indicted co-conspirators like Michael Flynn and George Papadopoulos and Roger Stone and line them up at rallies alongside the murdering war criminals he’s already set free.

    Donald Trump is the O.J. of American politics. He murdered American democracy, and his search for the “real killer” produced a villain: Joe Biden.

    Trump has been daring the Democrats to impeach him since the day he took office — hell, since the day he was elected. Remember all those Trump Tower meetings with Russians during the transition? Flynn’s phone calls with Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, the ones he lied about to the FBI? The tsunami of lies that came out of Trump’s mouth at his first formal press conference? Every time he talks to the press on the White House lawn? His insane clown tweets? Firing James Comey and then bragging about it to Kislyak and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in the Oval Office — while giving them top secret information about ISIS we had received from the Israelis?

    He’s been practically shouting, “Catch me if you can.” When he gets caught, it’s “What are you gonna do about it?” His Republican backers in the House mimicked Trump’s attitude during the impeachment debate on Wednesday. They didn’t bother arguing that Trump had done nothing wrong. Not one of them stood up for their moment at the mic and defended Trump’s character. They like it that he’s a ruthless, soulless thug. He’s their kind of guy, the Republican president they’ve been waiting for since Ronald Reagan.

    Democrats aren’t used to playing for keeps with psycho killers who can’t be bothered to read the rules, much less play by them. That’s why it has taken three years to impeach a president who began committing impeachable offenses during his first few weeks in office.

    But now that we’ve gone and done it, and now that the Republican O.J. is going to walk out of the Capitol a free man, what do we do now?

    Well, we’d better learn to play hardball and get a pitcher who will throw straight at the batter and knock him out of the box. Playing by gentlemanly rules doesn’t work. This isn’t about our sacred Constitution, or the almighty rule of law, or the solemn duty of the House of Representatives, and stop with the quotes from Federalist 53. At this point, it’s only tangentially about Trump’s crimes. This is about power. Trump and his minions will be utterly unbound in their effort to hold onto power, and we will have to be even more driven to take it from them.
    Republicans have taken an openly sick delight in electing Trump. They are proud of him. He’s the perfect avatar of their party. All he cares about — and all his entire party cares about — is power. Impeaching Trump won’t remove him from office, and we’d better get serious about removing him at the ballot box. Republicans — Mitch McConnell, especially — have already shown us what they’ll do with the power they will seize with four more years of Trump. They’ll cram that nightmare down our throats.

    They’ve already cut taxes for the wealthy and driven the budget into a hole. They’ve packed the federal courts with the simpering incompetent children of the Republican conservative “revolution” and jammed two yes-men punks onto the Supreme Court in a pure exercise of rank political power. If Trump is re-elected, they’ll strip-mine Social Security, murder Medicare and shred the social safety net, and they won’t stop there. Even as the dead bodies from one mass killing after another pile up in the schools, churches, streets and shopping malls, they’ll remove the few controls states have been able to put on gun ownership. They will turn voting into more of an exercise in futility than it already is. They’ll commit every crime they can to nullify the demographic changes that are on the horizon before new voters will have a chance to save us.

    On the day after Trump is set free by the Senate, we will face the most important question in our lifetimes, and the choice has never been clearer. Do we want to live in a free country or in Donald Trump’s fundamentalist, oligarchical, authoritarian nightmare?

    https://www.salon.com/2019/12/21/tru...e-acquits-him/

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    Fukd init but thats Merica, leader of the free world. God you lot are like a Python sketch... now where 's Lom to lecture on how things should be done.
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    ^^ good piece.
    "In my professional assessment as an intelligence officer, Trump has a reflexive, defensive, monumentally narcissistic personality, for whom the facts and national interest are irrelevant, and the only thing that counts is whatever gives personal advantage and directs attention to himself."

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Fukd init but thats Merica, leader of the free world. God you lot are like a Python sketch...
    OK for the sheer entertainment value we have The Monty Python Spinoff

    You Pick:

    BoJo’s Brexit

    Or

    Donnie’s Wall

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    ^ The Trump one made me smile
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    The plot thickens.

    As Republicans and Democrats continue to squabble on the terms of Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate, newly-released government emails show that it took only about 90 minutes after Donald Trump’s infamous July telephone call to Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy for White House officials to order the Pentagon to freeze military funding for Ukraine.

    The correspondence, published by the Center for Public Integrity, appears to show that Trump appointees acted quickly after the call, behind the scenes, to block Ukrainian aid from the Pentagon.

    The emails appear to confirm that the aid was held up soon after Trump pressured Zelenskiy on the call to “do us a favor, though”. That request prompted an American whistleblower who heard details about the call to complain, which in September triggered the entire impeachment inquiry.
    Worried intelligence experts assessed that the president was pressing a foreign leader to investigate Trump’s US political rivals, specifically 2020 candidate Joe Biden, in return for vital military assistance for Ukraine’s armed resistance to Russian aggression on its border. Critics of the president have called that a threat to US national security and the integrity of US elections.
    There were calls from prominent Democratic senators Chuck Schumer and Amy Klobuchar this weekend for the author of the reported emails, Mike Duffey, associate director for national security programs at the Office of Budget Management, to testify in the Senate during Trump’s expected impeachment trial next year.
    While House Democrats and Senate Republicans are this weekend in a standoff over terms for the next steps of the impeachment process, Klobuchar said on Sunday in CNN’s State of the Union politics news show that “I think there will be an agreement on this and the trial will go forward.”
    A July email from Duffey to Pentagon officials, said: “Based on guidance I have received and in light of the administration’s plan to review assistance to Ukraine, including the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative, please hold off on any additional DoD obligations of these funds, pending direction from that process.”
    Klobuchar then read a portion of Duffey’s email out on air, while denouncing Trump’s efforts to block witnesses from testifying in the impeachment investigation so far and in the expected Senate trial, which has led to a charge of obstruction of Congress against him.
    She said: “We just found out this weekend that someone who works for Mick Mulvaney, Mike Duffey, he sent an email 90 minutes after the president made the critical call to the Ukraine president … we have it here, we just found it,.”
    She read out that Duffey’s email continued: “Given the sensitive nature of the request, I appreciate your keeping that information closely held to those who need to know to execute direction.”
    Mulvaney is Trump’s acting chief of staff and someone whom Democrats are fiercely keen to testify to Congress. He confirmed in a White House press briefing in October that Trump had demanded a quid pro quo in his contacts with Zelenskiy, though he urged the media and critics to “get over it”.
    Schumer tweeted that the email was “all the more reason why we need Duffey and others to testify in a Senate trial”.
    The new documents “reveal how quickly the White House moved to cut off
    military aid to Ukraine,” Susan Smith Richardson, chief executive
    officer of the Center for Public Integrity, said in a statement.
    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...ter-phone-call

    It's galling that they can stop witnesses testifying.
    "In my professional assessment as an intelligence officer, Trump has a reflexive, defensive, monumentally narcissistic personality, for whom the facts and national interest are irrelevant, and the only thing that counts is whatever gives personal advantage and directs attention to himself."

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Break it down by state and it tells the real story. Notice that all the top wages are in blue states and the lowest wages are all in red Drumpf states. The lowest are Mississippi, West Virginia, Arkansas, Louisiana etc. That is the truth not the bullshit sugarcoat nonsense bowie is trying to push.

    I think to get the real picture you need to add into the equation,cost of living,unemployment rates,taxes,and homelessness.
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    Just in case you've not seen it

    “Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago”

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    ... and a British take on it, just released.

    Trump impeachment inquiry sung by a Christmas choir


    https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-us...hristmas-choir
    “Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago”

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Umm no those things will not get any "real picture". Cost of living goes up typically because it is a desirable place to live, unemployment in places with a high cost of living are the lowest in the country hence the high cost of living. (duh) Taxes? How many billionaires are moving out of New York, Seattle and San Francisco due to taxes? Let me give you a hint...NONE

    Now what the fuck does homelessness have to do with Median household income you idiot? Let me give you a hint.....

    ...Not a fucking thing you moron.

    All of those things,including homelessness,have have to do with standard of living which is more important than median household income.

    For you to state nobody is moving out of Seattle,New York or San Francisco shows you are living with your head in the sand or your masters have pulled the wool over your eyes more than I thought.

    If you cared to check the statistics your own state is 43rd when it comes to low unemployment.

    The top 4 US cities for people leaving,Los Angele,New York,San Francisco,and Washington DC

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sour...q5kwkBCcWpWmjR
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    Quote Originally Posted by RPETER65 View Post
    All of those things,including homelessness,have have to do with standard of living which is more important than median household income.
    Oh I see so you moved the goal posts and changed the discussion from Median income to standard of living. Nice job telling anyone that.

    Quote Originally Posted by RPETER65 View Post
    For you to state nobody is moving out of Seattle,New York or San Francisco shows you are living with your head in the sand
    They are some of the largest cities in the country so of course people come and go. The population growth annually is all that counts. If more people move in than leave so what. Clearly you are to stupid to realize the difference.

    Quote Originally Posted by RPETER65 View Post
    your masters have pulled the wool over your eyes more than I thought.
    Just who are my masters? I am still waiting for you to tell me. I have named your puppet masters over and over you are lemming of Trump, Koch brothers, Rupert Murdoch, Robert Mercer, Boris Epshteyn, Sean Hannity etc etc. The list is a long one. So I ask again lemming who are my masters? I vet my own sources of information and fact check what I read. I do not just take it as a nugget of fact because it fits my perspective. But that is exactly what you do.



    Quote Originally Posted by RPETER65 View Post
    If you cared to check the statistics your own state is 43rd when it comes to low unemployment.
    Who gives a flying fuck. Unemployment in king county is 3.4% and even lower in Seattle which is where most of the people live. This was about Median income you idiot. You are trying to go off on a tangent. As usual you have no cognizant argument.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Oh I see so you moved the goal posts and changed the discussion from Median income to standard of living. Nice job telling anyone that.



    They are some of the largest cities in the country so of course people come and go. The population growth annually is all that counts. If more people move in than leave so what. Clearly you are to stupid to realize the difference.



    Just who are my masters? I am still waiting for you to tell me. I have named your puppet masters over and over you are lemming of Trump, Koch brothers, Rupert Murdoch, Robert Mercer, Boris Epshteyn, Sean Hannity etc etc. The list is a long one. So I ask again lemming who are my masters? I vet my own sources of information and fact check what I read. I do not just take it as a nugget of fact because it fits my perspective. But that is exactly what you do.





    Who gives a flying fuck. Unemployment in king county is 3.4% and even lower in Seattle which is where most of the people live. This was about Median income you idiot. You are trying to go off on a tangent. As usual you have no cognizant argument.

    Well it started out about median income and I decided to point out the fact that median income means little when the cost of living in areas of high income eats up the majority of that income,in other words it is pointless to talk about income without discussing what that income is actually worth.

    If you looked at the chart I linked to you would have noticed the cities with the highest unemployment are in blue states with democratic governors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPETER65
    If you looked at the chart I linked to you would have noticed the cities with the highest unemployment are in blue states with democratic governors.
    And yet the states with the highest reliance on federal funding and welfare are Republican.

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    the best words from the windbag






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    ^ Reading the comments on the Turning Point talk, either his supporters are thick in the head, or YouTube is loaded with Bots. I am aghast.
    Press On Regardless

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    the best words from the windbag





    The 2nd one.
    555.
    Fucking nutjob.
    But he is the Prez of the USA.
    That is the truly scary bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Can be further restated as:

    More than half of Americans are apparently happy at being represented and lead by a pathologically lying, corrupt, serial sex-pest.

    Are you talking about Trump or Clinton?

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    5555.....55....err...5....um....

    clinton left office two decades ago.

    but yeah....good one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    ^
    5555.....55....err...5....um....

    clinton left office two decades ago.

    but yeah....good one.
    .
    Did he really?

    His non-corrupt wife got more votes than Trump.Thought you should know...

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