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Re: Need a rooftop decoration?
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No political figure is obligated to release his/her tax returns; frankly, given the leaks from Obama/Lynch/IRS and the deep government we can be pretty sure if there was anything incorrect it'd be public knowledge already.


Comrade, the question now is if Trump will fire Mueller. Nobody gives rat's ass anymore about tax returns. And when Mueller gets closer to truth there's always the pre-emptive strike on North Korea to cause distraction.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Just follow the rubles...

One year into the FBI's Russia investigation, Mueller is on the Trump money trail
By Evan Perez, Pamela Brown and Shimon Prokupecz, CNN
Updated 4:25 PM ET, Thu August 3, 2017
Mueller is on the Trump money trail


http://www.cnn.com/2017/08/03/politic ... financial-ties/index.html

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Posted on: 8/3 16:54
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Re: Couple seeks $18M from Jersey City in lawsuit over historic district guidelines
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$17M lawsuit over Jersey City historic district to proceed

Updated on July 31, 2017 at 3:13 PM, Posted on July 31, 2017 at 2:00 PM

By Terrence T. McDonald,
tmcdonald@jjournal.com

The Jersey Journal

JERSEY CITY -- A federal judge has ruled that a $17 million lawsuit filed by a Bentley Avenue couple over the city's new historic district on the West Side can proceed...


http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... c.html#incart_river_index

And they used the FINEST quality vinyl siding!

Posted on: 7/31 16:06
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Man...I'm gonna miss The Mooch. Ya think his wife will take him back now?


Nah, but maybe Spicey will come back? I hope so.

Posted on: 7/31 14:47
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Re: Trump Our New President
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The Mooch is out!

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/31/us/ ... Marginalia&pgtype=article

And are we better off learning that Steve Bannon sucks his own ****?

And Trump reaches a new low in the polls

"The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows that 39% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Sixty-one percent (61%) disapprove."

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/publi ... stration/prez_track_jul31

Rasmussen poll Comrades, not CNN...

Posted on: 7/31 14:41
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Heads up Comrades, when in a meeting with Jared Kushner and his cell rings and he says urgent problem regrettably must leave, he's lying. But everything else he says is 100% truthful.
Such as no project funding from Oligarchs. Also only reads subject of email and maybe first sentence on smartphone - that's deniability! So take that, liberal democrat progressives.

https://www.buzzfeed.com/franciswhitta ... m=.xfA00z2jzE#.vqgJJBamB4

Posted on: 7/24 11:49
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Re: Trump Our New President
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JCMan8 wrote:
Obama's head of Homeland Security, furious that Trump is actually scaring illegal immigrants away from coming here.

https://downtrend.com/71superb/former- ... caring-off-illegal-aliens



Comrade, Obama no longer president. Trump won electorial college. But we know who is in charge, Putin. What does Putin have on dear leader Trump? That is dangerous question.

How to describe Trump administration in one word?

Russiagate

Posted on: 7/24 10:46
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Re: Trump Our New President
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What happened to "Hire American". If enough lobby groups put pressure on Trump he'll cave in. I guess Americans have a problem with hotel work or seafood processing. I bet it's all those lazy millennials who think it's beneath them to work.


So much for Trump spotlighting American-made products and industries this week
From NYPOST -

White House can’t explain why Trump products aren’t ‘Made in America’
By Marisa Schultz and Bob Fredericks
July 17, 2017 | 7:51pm

http://nypost.com/2017/07/17/white-ho ... ts-arent-made-in-america/

Posted on: 7/18 13:29
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Comrades, let's redouble efforts to defend dear leader!
Remember -
1. Blame Hillary
2. Blame Obama
3. Trump may have done X but liberal progressive democrat did Y so cancels out
4. Pivot, deflect, mention Breitbart story and pivot again

Don't read fake news poll published in NYPOST!

http://nypost.com/2017/07/16/trumps-a ... e-lowest-since-1975-poll/

Trump’s approval rating the lowest since 1975, poll says
By Mark Moore July 16, 2017 | 12:38pm | Updated

President Trump’s approval ratings have fallen during his first six months in the White House and is the lowest of any chief executive since Gerald Ford in 1975, according to a poll released on Sunday.

Only 36 percent of Americans approve of Trump’s job performance, a 6 percent slide since his administration hit the 100-day mark in April, a Washington Post/ABC News poll showed. His disapproval rating hit 58 percent – an increase of 5 percentage points.

President Ford’s approval rating after six months was at 39 percent in February 1975.

Trump wasted little time on Sunday to take to Twitter and blast the poll for being inaccurate.

“?The ABC/Washington Post Poll, even though almost 40% is not bad at this time, was just about the most inaccurate poll around election time!?,” he wrote. ?

He was referring to the survey from last November that showed Hillary Clinton up by 49 percent to 46 percent.

Trump won the electoral college, but Clinton took the popular vote by a 48 percent to 46 percent margin.

Trump is bedeviled by the Russian investigation, including his son Donald Trump Jr.’s involvement, his relationship with President Vladimir Putin and his controversial encounters with world leaders during his overseas visits.

Asked about US leadership on the world stage under Trump, 48 percent said it has gotten “weaker,” 27 percent said it is “stronger” and 23 percent said it is the “same.”

Sixty-six percent of those surveyed said they don’t trust him to negotiate with world leaders or with Putin, who the US intelligence community said directed the hacking into the 2016 presidential election.

On that matter, 60 percent of Americans think Russia tried to influence the election – up from 56 percent in April – and 67 percent think Trump campaign members “intentionally” helped Russia meddle – down from 71 percent since April.

Sixty-three percent said it was “inappropriate” for Trump Jr., former campaign manager Paul Manafort and son-in-law Jared Kushner to meet with a Russian lawyer last June. Another 26 percent said it was “appropriate” and 10 percent had “no opinion.”

On Trump’s campaign pledge to repeal and replace ObamaCare, the poll shows 50 percent “prefer” former President Obama’s Affordable Care Act, 24 percent “prefer” the Republican plan and 17 percent opt for “neither/something else.”

Asked “what’s more important for the federal government to do” on health care, 63 percent said “provide coverage for low-income Americans,” and 27 percent said “cut taxes.”

The poll surveyed 1,0001 adults via cell phones and landlines between July 10-13. It has a 3.5 percentage point margin of error.

Posted on: 7/16 14:13
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Veselnitskaya is a Democrat operative. It was entrapment.


Yes Comrade you read it somehwere so it so it is true! And how can these democrat liberal progressives explain the photos of Veselnitskaya playing golf with Obama? And what about the bodies buried on Hillary's property in Westchester? And who dug up the bodies and moved them eliminating all evidence?

Posted on: 7/14 15:29
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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Christie's popularity rating is around 15% - and the GWB lane closing is a primary reason. Everyone but a handful of diehards know Christie was guilty of knowing and approving to what his posse was up to.

Posted on: 7/13 9:14
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Russia isn't an enemy of the US, hence treason doesn't apply at all.


Exactly Comprade Monroe! This is why FSB had to get involved in the first place!!!

Hillary and Obama the enemy. Still pulling strings of fake new organizations and causing havok. Democrat progressive liberals the enemy!

Posted on: 7/12 15:04
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Re: Trump Our New President
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TheBigGuy wrote:
Good thing about anti republican president talking points is that they can be used in any decade... Good thing Nancy is still in charge, leading the democrat resurgence!!!

http://www.theamericanmirror.com/fift ... lls-trump-president-bush/


Bro this isn't about bashing Republicans. Is Trump really a Republican? I don't think so. This mess is all about collusion with an unfriendly foreign power and acts of treason. Did the Russians tilt the election in Trump's favor? I doubt it and it is not the issue. Like Azul said, the Russians have their polezniye duraki, and the majority of Trump supporters are shit out of luck...

Posted on: 7/12 13:44
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Monroe wrote:
Obama was laying down for Putin before he took office, while Trump bombed the crap out of his ally in Syria. Putin had a bitch in the White House, but it ain't Trump.
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-nuc ... dev-idUSBRE82P0JI20120326


Tried and true strategy by Comrade Monroe...BLAME OBAMA!

But Obama no longer president. And if true, two wrongs don't make right. And Obama had advantage since no idiot sons orchestrating behind the scenes.

What part of Russia will you go to when Trump resigns? I think you like Crimea. Weather good there.

Posted on: 7/12 10:25
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Comrades, thank you for good spin. If we only pay attention to fake news it would appear that Trump going under and Pence clutching a life preserver and drooling at door of oval office.

Trump make Russia great again!


Posted on: 7/12 8:36
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Comrades, good work touting huge victory in Georgia! Georgia is special place - Confederate States formed in February 1861 and Georgia one of the first seven states! Georgia still Trump country!

And for those liberal democrat progressive that think Trump hates the proletariat, they are wrong! New Trump hotel chain opening just for workers! The proletariat don't need luxury found in Scion hotel. Proletariat need Trump's American Idea hotel brand! Rooms may have faint smell of damp and puke, bedspread stained, and bathroom faucet drips, but is affordable!

The Financial Page
June 26, 2017 Issue
Trump Steaks, but for Hotels
The new American Idea chain has nothing to sell but the President by Adam Davidson

A couple of weeks ago, at Trump Tower, on the same spot where Donald Trump announced his Presidential bid, Eric Danziger, the C.E.O. of Trump Hotels, formally launched a new line of three-star hotels, called American Idea, which will cater to lower-income, rural areas of the country. It was the most blatant instance yet of the Trump family’s profiting from its political power—in this case, by shifting from its long-standing focus on luxury markets in order to make money from the very demographic that put Trump in the White House. Within the hotel industry, the event raised eyebrows for another reason: it was unbelievably haphazard. Danziger, though a veteran of the industry, had almost nothing to show his audience. There was no Web site or marketing material, and the logo was just the brand name and a crudely drawn picture of a light bulb. (A company representative told me that she wasn’t sure if it was the final logo or a work in progress.)

“It is incredibly rushed,” Jan deRoos, a professor at Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration, told me. “This feels like someone woke up on a Saturday and had to roll something out in ten days.” DeRoos has worked for many hotel companies, and oversaw, for Hilton Hotels, the construction of some of the first Hampton Inns. He said that a successful launch would normally take years to plan and would include confirmed contracts for at least twenty locations, with dozens more in the pipeline, in addition to a fully operational marketing plan and a “brand bible” that lays out, in minute detail, what every hotel must contain. Crucially, the company would also need a reservation system to direct guests to its properties. Big hotel companies these days own very few of the properties that bear their names. Instead, local operators pay a share of their revenue to affiliate with a brand, and in return the brand provides marketing and refers customers via a centralized Web site. (Most hotels get at least half their guests this way.) The key challenge for any brand is persuading hotel owners to sign contracts. Owners must believe that a brand will provide enough “heads in beds” to justify the licensing cost.
So what, exactly, was the Trump Organization offering potential licensees? So far, only one company, Chawla Hotels, which owns seventeen properties in the Mississippi Delta, has signed on. When I spoke to Dinesh Chawla, the company’s C.E.O., he made clear that the core attraction was being the first to partner with the President’s new brand. “Think of the marketing powwow I get out of doing this,” he said. “We’ll attract tourists from all over the world.” He said that he was “using” the Trump family: “They can’t afford us to be failures. If we don’t do well, they look like schmucks.”

Chawla was stunned by how quickly it had all happened. He first heard of American Idea when a Trump Hotels executive called early one Saturday in March. It usually takes three years to finalize a deal, he said, but this one happened in just three months. He confided that the final contract was signed ten minutes before the public announcement. Under the terms of the agreement, Chawla Hotels will convert three aging properties to the American Idea brand and build a four-star hotel under another Trump brand, Scion, which launched, in a similarly shambolic fashion, last fall. (Scion was aimed at a hip, millennial market in places like Seattle and Austin. The fact that its first hotel will be a Chawla property in Cleveland, Mississippi, tells you how that’s going.) Chawla’s attraction to American Idea was rooted in being first. It’s hard to see what would attract the second, or the twenty-second, franchisee to this vague sketch of a brand.

Many hotel companies are launching sub-brands; recent examples include Tru by Hilton and Wyndham’s Trademark line. But these are huge companies, trying to target precise customer groups. Trump Hotels, by contrast, is a tiny player, with only fourteen hotels and little of the backbone required to manage a fast-growing brand. And rapid growth is crucial for a three-star franchise. Unlike the five-star hotels that the Trumps are used to, three-star ones don’t generate enough profit for a small portfolio to be viable. It’s a circular challenge. To attract more hotels, the Trump Organization needs to show that it will attract more hotels. But no plan for growth was announced at the launch, and the key speech, by Donald Trump, Jr., was devoid of any business specifics. Instead, he spoke about his father—how the idea came about during the Presidential campaign, and how Mississippi’s governor, Phil Bryant, introduced the Trumps to Suresh Chawla, the company’s co-owner. (Suresh had written warmly about Trump in a letter to his local paper, which Bryant saw.) The implication was clear. Trump Hotels may lack the infrastructure to turn a niche brand into an empire, but it has one unique competitive advantage: it is owned by the President of the United States.
Like many things in the world of Trump, the event was both corrupt and inept. Trump Hotels had nothing to offer but words, and nearly all of those words were about the President. A normal company would have chosen to wait a couple of years and then launch properly, but the Trump Organization is not a normal company, and it has other considerations. Given that a brand launch typically takes three years and that a Presidential term lasts only four, the executives may feel that there’s no time to lose.

http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/201 ... ump-steaks-but-for-hotels

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Wow, you must have hunted for those images of Obama, it was not covered on the news the way the hate against Trump and Republicans is covered. It is daily, just like the witchhunt on Russia in these hearings. Let me repeat, how can you hold Trump responsible for John Podesta foolish act of changing his email password? That is how the emails got hacked.


Podesta's carelessness is ignored. No one on this board will hold any Dem responsible. Only Trump.


Nice job Comrade repeating wisdom of Dear Leader Trump and Julian Assange!

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/peo ... ange-latest-a7509056.html

http://time.com/4621653/julian-assange-wikileaks-emails/

Fake news version:
https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/art ... in-powells-gmail-accounts

Posted on: 6/20 16:24
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Re: How Jared Kushner and others gerrymander to sell visas to foreigners — at a steep discount
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Good work Comrades! Deflect! Pivot! Redirect blame where it belongs!

Obama! Hillary! Barack Hussein Obama! Hillary Clinton! Hillary Rodham Clinton! Hillary! Obama! Barack Hussein Obama! Hillary, Hillary Rodham Clinton! Hillary! Obama! Barack Hussein Obama! Hillary, Hillary Rodham Clinton! Hillary! Obama! Barack Hussein Obama! Hillary, Hillary Rodham Clinton! Hillary! Obama! Barack Hussein Obama! Hillary, Hillary Rodham Clinton! Hillary! Obama! Barack Hussein Obama! Hillary, Hillary Rodham Clinton! Hillary! Obama! Barack Hussein Obama! Hillary, Hillary Rodham Clinton! Hillary! Obama! Barack Hussein Obama! Hillary, Hillary Rodham Clinton! Hillary! Obama! Barack Hussein Obama! Hillary, Hillary Rodham Clinton! Hillary! Obama! Barack Hussein Obama! Hillary, Hillary Rodham Clinton! Hillary! Obama! Barack Hussein Obama! Hillary, Hillary Rodham Clinton! Hillary! Obama! Barack Hussein Obama! Hillary, Hillary Rodham Clinton! Hillary! Obama! Barack Hussein Obama! Hillary, Hillary Rodham Clinton! Hillary! Obama! Barack Hussein Obama! Hillary, Hillary Rodham Clinton! Hillary! Obama! Barack Hussein Obama! Hillary, Hillary Rodham Clinton! Hillary! Obama! Barack Hussein Obama! Hillary, yada yada yada...


This make liberal democrat progressive head spin!

And never mention the "R" word (Russia!).

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Re: Van service for 6 passengers/ 10 suitcases. Any advice?
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I would get two UberSUV and be done with it. Better than stuffing 6 people and their luggage into a possibly malodorous passenger van.

Posted on: 6/15 10:54
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Comrades, BAD NEWS!

The Russia investigation is now inside the Oval Office

Analysis by Chris Cillizza, CNN Editor-at-large
Updated 9:22 AM ET, Thu June 15, 2017

http://www.cnn.com/2017/06/15/politic ... mp-obstruction/index.html

Washington (CNN)For months, President Trump has been obsessed -- publicly and privately -- with clearing his name in relation to the ongoing investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 election and potential collusion with members of his campaign.

Trump, we know now, repeatedly asked then-FBI Director James Comey whether he, personally, was under investigation. On three occasions, Comey said he was not.
"I know I'm not under investigation," Trump told NBC's Lester Holt in a May 11 interview that came just two days after Trump had fired Comey over, according to the President, the FBI director's handling of the Russia investigation. "I'm not talking about campaigns. I'm not talking about anything else," Trump added. "I'm not under investigation."

That isn't true anymore, according to reporting by The Washington Post on Wednesday night. That report makes clear that three senior intelligence officers -- Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers and and former NSA deputy director Richard Ledgett -- are being interviewed this week by special counsel Bob Mueller as he looks into whether Trump obstructed justice in the Russia case.
A source familiar with the matter later told CNN that Mueller's investigators have asked for information and will talk to Coats and Rogers.
This paragraph from the Post story speaks for itself:
"Trump had received private assurances from then-FBI Director James B. Comey starting in January that he was not personally under investigation. Officials say that changed shortly after Comey's firing."
Trump wasn't under investigation personally prior to Comey's firing on May 9. But he is now, according to the Post.

That's absolutely huge -- for several reasons.
First, it makes it virtually impossible for the President and his administration to dismiss this probe as a sideshow or small potatoes or a distraction somehow created by the biased media. (That doesn't mean they won't do exactly that, of course.) We are now talking about the President of the United States being investigated for possibly obstructing justice in relation to a criminal probe about a foreign government meddling in our elections for the purpose of defeating his Democratic opponent.
Consider that paragraph. And consider we are less than 150 days into Trump's presidency and this -- an investigation by a special counsel who also happens to be the former FBI director -- is where he finds himself.
Second, it suggests that not only is the special counsel's investigation reaching upward in the White House but that is also broadening out from simply an attempt to answer the question of the breadth of Russia's hacking and whether it caught up any Trump officials in it.
Looking into whether Trump obstructed justice means that Mueller is also examining the circumstances surrounding Comey's firing, which was obviously not part of the original federal probe led by Comey when he still had a job as FBI director.

As the Post story notes:
"The interviews (with Rogers, Coats and Ledgett) suggest that Mueller sees the question of attempted obstruction of justice as more than just a 'he said, he said' dispute between the President and the fired FBI director, an official said."

That's critical given that Comey's sworn testimony regarding the pressure put on him by Trump to leave off an investigation into deposed national security adviser Michael Flynn runs directly counter to Trump's assertions about their conversations. Trump -- while not under oath, it's worth noting -- has insisted flatly that he had never urged Comey to slow or stop the Flynn investigation.
Trump appeared unbowed by the new revelations.
"They made up a phony collusion with the Russians story, found zero proof, so now they go for obstruction of justice on the phony story. Nice," he tweeted Thursday morning. He soon added: "You are witnessing the single greatest WITCH HUNT in American political history - led by some very bad and conflicted people! #MAGA"

None of the above makes Trump guilty. But, what it does is take this special counsel investigation all the way into the Oval Office -- a place where it hasn't gone before. And it also suggests that Mueller isn't narrowing the scope of the investigation he took over on May 18, he's widening it.
All of which makes Trump's efforts to belittle the investigation and move past it that much more difficult.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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As it turns out Trump IS under investigation...by the Feds shortly after he fired FBI Director James Comey. The downward spiral continues...Russian cloud hangs low.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Wait, the shooter was from Illinois-doesn't it have among the strongest gun laws? But it's great that the good guys shot him dead and he doesn't get three hots and a cot for decades.


Only in Cook County. Not the rest of the state.

http://smartgunlaws.org/gun-laws/poli ... -weapons/assault-weapons/

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Re: Window a/c service?
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Has anyone ever had a window mounted air conditioner serviced? Or do people just buy new ones. I have some of the mid -priced fredrich models about 5 years old
That I would prefer not throw away - let me know if you have any experience with this
I have called two air conditioner repair companies and both did not work with in window units


What's the problem with it? They typically last well beyond 5 years here in the Northeast.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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The M4 assault rifle used in the attack:
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What will it take to stop gun violence?


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I listen to Comey testimony. Trump is making America great again!

These liberal progressives may refer to our dear leader as shit head, idiot, scam artist, con man, etc etc but he good man creating real jobs in coal industry! And late night comedy industry going gangbusters with all this material!

And there are many promotions at FSB!


Posted on: 6/8 13:06
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Re: Trump Our New President
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And the alleged comment was made about our President's stance over Obama's birth status-which was a meme put out by Hillary staffers originally during their primary fight, lol.


Comrade nice work! Trump spend YEARS accusing Obama of being Kenyan, and ...BLAME ON HILLARY! Many of our great troll army get paid. You do it for free. I commend your efforts.
When democrat progressive liberal give you Russia Collusion, you give them Crooked Hillary!

http://www.snopes.com/hillary-clinton-started-birther-movement/


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Re: What do the Kushners own in Jersey City?
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Touting Ties to Trump Is the Only Thing That Unites the Feuding Kushners

David Kocieniewski, Wenxin Fan and David M. Levitt
May 31, 2017, 4:00 AM EDT

“Work hand-in-hand with Trump son-in-law Kushner,” said the pitch, which hasn’t previously been reported. It told the investors that by putting $500,000 in the planned apartment tower at 235 Grand Street, they could qualify for a U.S. resident visa through a program known as EB-5, aimed at attracting foreign funds to help develop neglected areas and promote jobs.


Read more here:
https://www.bloomberg.com/politics/art ... se-white-house-trump-link



Comrade good public service message!

Don't be fooled by imitators! KRE and Murray NO GOOD!

If EB5 Visa needed stick to the real McKushner - Jared and Kushner Cos!

Posted on: 5/31 11:33
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Covfefe.


Comrade, Jared tried without success to set up the back channel, but failed. Tweet with code perfect solution! With this witch hunt how else to communicate with FSB?

Posted on: 5/31 11:19
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Re: Shots Fired Hamilton Park.
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12:15 am a string of shots fired in Hamilton Park area.

Robin.


Too bad the title couldn't be changed. Mentioned on fb, two idiots lighting fireworks on 3rd St near Coles. One guy white, beard, 20's.

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How would PILOT? My bldg. has tax abatement and even the recently sold apts (and hence the reflected current market price) are paying around 1%-1.2% in taxes instead ~2%. Would this reval impact such properties as well?


Tax abatements are assessed but has no impact until they are off the roles. Tax abatements are not treated as ratables but contracts. Another reason why tax abatements are unfair to the general small homeowner.


This is not entirely accurate. Depending on the tax abatement contract, the levy MOST LIKELY is a parcentage of sale value. For example, the abatement at The Oakman is 0.9% of sale. That number is low, but more or less in line with what other properties in DTJC are currently paying. The contract has stipulations that dictate when and how that abatement is adjusted to increase the percentage to be paid, one of which is how much of a differential exists between the established tax rate for properties in JC and the initial abatement rate.

Regardless, the idea that abated properties are getting a free ride has long been debunked. The city is getting a sweet deal at the expense of the county, and the BOE. Tht 0.9% is going straight to the city, which is a lot more money than why JC would have collected on those properties under a regular tax setup.


You are wrong, I suggest you look at the "Friendly Budget," it shows what the tax abatements pays and what it would pay if fully taxed. They would pay more if fully taxed. This is on the city's website. Example Gull Cove - $2,690,875 if fully taxed $3,248,967.


Wow. You're not just tone deaf, you're just plain deaf to anyone's statements, or mentally incapable. There was no argument that they were paying the same as if there were no abatement. THEN THERE WOULD BE NO POINT IN AN ABATEMENT!!! Bohdipooh said they were paying .9% rather than the normal 2.2%. And Gulls Cove is paying far more than that, about 83% of their unabated tax.

0.9% happens to be about the same as you were paying on Van Vorst Park when you were ranting about freeloading abated properties, while homeowners in Greenville were paying 3x your tax rate. Somehow you just never gave a crap about them in the 3 decades you've been a tax crusader. Why is that Yvonne?


There are people who only received a 5 year tax abatement, which I am not against and are now paying full taxes. They are paying close to $20,000 a year in property taxes. Futhermore, when I lived on Van Vorst Park, I paid the taxes the city mailed me. But in total I have paid over $300,000 in taxes. I have all of my bills and after the 1988 reval of I had a tax bill of $16,000 which was equal to my salary. There are people still on Van Vorst Park that are paying $33,000 and and $43,000 for a brownstone...


How are you defining "Brownstone" - more than two family?
What's the address of those two properties? I think you just make stuff up, so prove me wrong.

Posted on: 5/18 13:18
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