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Re: Trump Our New President
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Comrades, there is very fine horror movie from 2008, “Paranormal Activity” – perhaps you hear of it?

In the movie Micah has big problem and decides to use Ouija board. His wife Katie tell Micah not to use Ouija board, since unintended consequence of using Ouija board is that devil is conjured from hell! So what does Micah do? If you guess used the Ouija board ... you are correct!

During election against Crooked Hillary Trump needed help when things look very very bad. Campaign needed something “magic” to turn it around. What did Trump do? HE USED THE OUIJA BOARD! His operatives met in secret to do deals with the country I will not name. He praise and encourage wikileaks. Say wikileaks good.

In movie all hell break loose. In Washington all hell break loose now.

Trump campaign operatives had deep ongoing contacts with Russia. Trump did lots of business with Russia. Donald Jr. in 2008 admit Trump Organization do many deal with Russians. Jeff Sessions spoke to Russian Ambassador, then got caught LYING TO CONGRESS! Trump wanted Sessions to be rooster. Now he capon. Now Trump say wikileaks no good after latest leak.

So is left for Trump to do? Blame Obama!


FBI investigation continues into 'odd' computer link between Russian bank and Trump Organization

By Pamela Brown and Jose Pagliery, CNN
Updated 6:00 AM ET, Fri March 10, 2017

(CNN)Federal investigators and computer scientists continue to examine whether there was a computer server connection between the Trump Organization and a Russian bank, sources close to the investigation tell CNN.

Questions about the possible connection were widely dismissed four months ago. But the FBI's investigation remains open, the sources said, and is in the hands of the FBI's counterintelligence team -- the same one looking into Russia's suspected interference in the 2016 election.
One U.S. official said investigators find the server relationship "odd" and are not ignoring it. But the official said there is still more work for the FBI to do. Investigators have not yet determined whether a connection would be significant.
The server issue surfaced again this weekend, mentioned in a Breitbart article that, according to a White House official, sparked President Trump's series of tweets accusing investigators of tapping his phone.
CNN is told there was no Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant on the server.
The FBI declined to comment. The White House did not respond to a request for comment.
In addition, companies involved have provided CNN with new explanations that at times conflict with each other and still don't fully explain what happened.
The story -- of a possible connection between computer servers -- is a strange tale because there are no specific allegations of wrongdoing and only vague technical evidence.
Internet data shows that last summer, a computer server owned by Russia-based Alfa Bank repeatedly looked up the contact information for a computer server being used by the Trump Organization -- far more than other companies did, representing 80% of all lookups to the Trump server.
It's unclear if the Trump Organization server itself did anything in return. No one has produced evidence that the servers actually communicated.
Slate and The New York Times were first to report the unusual server activity.
The Times said the FBI had concluded there could be an "innocuous explanation." And cybersecurity experts told CNN this isn't how two entities would communicate if they wanted to keep things secret.
But for those who have studied the data, the activity could suggest an intent to communicate by email during a period of time when ties between the Trump Organization and Russia are being closely scrutinized because of Russia's alleged involvement in hacking the emails of the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton campaign chief John Podesta.
This issue intrigued a dozen computer researchers at a recent business conference in Washington, D.C. that pulled together the world's top network operators, the ones who help run the internet. To them, it's a strange coincidence that merits further scrutiny.
Another computer researcher, Richard Clayton of Cambridge University, said it's just plain weird.
"It's not so much a smoking gun as a faint whiff of smoke a long way away. Maybe there's something else going on. It's hard to tell," said Clayton, who has independently examined the scant evidence available.
What is known:
Last year, a small group of computer scientists obtained internet traffic records from the complex system that serves as the internet's phone book. Access to these records is reserved for highly trusted cybersecurity firms and companies that provide this lookup service.
These signals were captured as they traveled along the internet's Domain Name System (DNS).
These leaked records show that Alfa Bank servers repeatedly looked up the unique internet address of a particular Trump Organization computer server in the United States.
In the computer world, it's the equivalent of looking up someone's phone number -- over and over again. While there isn't necessarily a phone call, it usually indicates an intention to communicate, according to several computer scientists.
What puzzled them was why a Russian bank was repeatedly looking up the contact information for mail1.trump-email.com.
Publicly available internet records show that address, which was registered to the Trump Organization, points to an IP address that lives on an otherwise dull machine operated by a company in the tiny rural town of Lititz, Pennsylvania.
From May 4 until September 23, the Russian bank looked up the address to this Trump corporate server 2,820 times -- more lookups than the Trump server received from any other source.
As noted, Alfa Bank alone represents 80% of the lookups, according to these leaked internet records.
Far back in second place, with 714 such lookups, was a company called Spectrum Health.
Spectrum is a medical facility chain led by Dick DeVos, the husband of Betsy DeVos, who was appointed by Trump as U.S. education secretary.
Together, Alfa and Spectrum accounted for 99% of the lookups.
This server behavior alarmed one computer expert who had privileged access to this technical information last year. That person, who remains anonymous and goes by the moniker "Tea Leaves," obtained this information from internet traffic meant to remain private. It is unclear where Tea Leaves worked or how Tea Leaves obtained access to the information.
Tea Leaves gave that data to a small band of computer scientists who joined forces to examine it, several members of that group told CNN, which has also reviewed the data.
Possible explanations
The corporations involved have different theories to explain the server activity. But they haven't provided proof -- and they don't agree.
Alfa Bank has maintained that the most likely explanation is that the server communication was the result of spam marketing. Bank executives have stayed at Trump hotels, so it's possible they got subsequent spam marketing emails from the Trump Organization. Those emails might have set off defensive cybersecurity measures at the bank, whose servers would respond with a cautious DNS lookup. Alfa Bank said it used antispam software from Trend Micro, whose tools would do a DNS lookup to know the source of the spam.
Alfa Bank said it brought U.S. cybersecurity firm Mandiant to Moscow to investigate. Mandiant had a "working hypothesis" that the activity was "caused by email marketing/spam" on the Trump server's end, according to representatives for Alfa Bank and Mandiant. The private investigation is now over, Alfa Bank said.
Computer scientists agree that such an explanation is possible in theory. But they want to see evidence.
Alfa Bank and Mandiant could not point to marketing emails from the time period in question. "Mandiant has found evidence of an old marketing campaign, which... is too old to be relevant," Alfa Bank said in a statement.
CNN reached out to the Trump Organization with detailed technical questions but has not received answers.
Cendyn is the contractor that once operated marketing software on that Trump email domain. In February, it provided CNN a Trump Organization statement that called the internet records "incomplete" and stressed that they do not show any signs of "two-way email communication." That statement lends credibility to the spam marketing theory, because it says the Trump server was set up in 2010 to deliver promotional marketing emails for Trump Hotels. But Cendyn acknowledged that the last marketing email it delivered for Trump's corporation was sent in March 2016, "well before the date range in question."
Spectrum Health told CNN it "did find a small number of incoming spam marketing emails" from "Cendyn, advertising Trump Hotels." But it pointed to emails sent in 2015, long before the May-through-September 2016 time period examined by scientists. Spectrum Health said that it "has not been contacted by the FBI or any government agency on this matter."
Having the Trump Organization server set up for marketing also doesn't explain why Alfa Bank and Spectrum would stand out so much.
"If it were spam, then a lot of other organizations would be doing DNS lookups. There would be evidence of widespread connectivity with devices," said L. Jean Camp, a computer scientist at Indiana University who has studied the data.
Cendyn has also provided another possible explanation, suggesting a highly technical case of mistaken identity.
Cendyn routinely repurposes computer servers -- like the one used by the Trump Organization.
Cendyn's software, like its event planning tool Metron, sends email and thus relies on the 20 different email servers rented by the company. After "a thorough network analysis," Cendyn has said that it found a bank client had used Metron to communicate with AlfaBank.com.
But Alfa Bank starkly denies "any dealings with Cendyn." And, it says, it's unlikely that it received any emails from that server. "Mandiant investigated 12 months of email archives and it found no emails to or from any of the IP addresses given to us by the media."
On Wednesday, Cendyn provided another explanation to CNN. Cendyn claims the Trump Hotel Collection ditched Cendyn and went with another email marketing company, the German firm Serenata, in March 2016. Cendyn said it "transferred back to" Trump's company the mail1.trump-email.com domain.
Serenata this week told CNN it was indeed hired by Trump Hotels, but it "never has operated or made use of" the domain in question: mail1.trump-email.com.
Upon hearing that Cendyn gave up control of the Trump email domain, Camp, said: "That does not make any sense to me at all. The more confusing this is, the more I think we need an investigation."
Other computer experts said there could be additional lookups that weren't captured by the original leak. That could mean that Alfa's presence isn't as dominant as it seems. But Dyn, which has a major presence on the internet's domain name system, spotted only two such lookups — from the Netherlands on August 15.
Alfa Bank insists that it has no connections to Trump. In a statement to CNN, Alfa Bank said neither it, bank cofounder Mikhail Fridman and bank president Petr Aven "have had any contact with Mr. Trump or his organizations. Fridman and Aven have never met Mr. Trump nor have they or Alfa Bank had any business dealings with him. Neither Alfa Bank nor its officers have sent Mr. Trump or his organization any emails, information or money. Alfa Bank does not have and has never had any special or exclusive internet connection with Mr. Trump or his entities."
Scientists now silent
The bank told CNN it is now trying to identify the person or entity who disseminated this internet traffic. "We believe that DNS traffic in mainland Europe was deliberately captured - in a manner that is unethical and possibly illegal -- in order to manufacture the deceit," it said.
Fear has now silenced several of the computer scientists who first analyzed the data.
Tea Leaves refused to be interviewed by CNN and is now "hiding under a rock," according to an intermediary contact.
Paul Vixie, who helped design the very DNS system the internet uses today, was quoted in the Slate story saying that Alfa Bank and the Trump Organization "were communicating in a secretive fashion." Vixie declined to go on the record with CNN.
Even the skeptics have unanswered questions.
Robert Graham is a cybersecurity expert who wrote a widely circulated blog post in November that criticized computer scientists for premature conclusions connecting the Trump Organization and Alfa Bank.
But he's still wondering why Alfa Bank and Spectrum Health alone dominated links to this Trump server.
"It's indicative of communication between Trump, the health organization and the bank outside these servers," he told CNN. "There is some sort of connection I can't explain, and only they are doing it. It could be completely innocent.

http://www.cnn.com/2017/03/09/politic ... p-organization/index.html

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Re: Trump Our New President
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White House dodges term Trumpcare
With the president unwilling so far to embrace Trumpcare, critics are hijacking the branding process with Ryancare, Obamacare-lite, and Obamacare 2.0.
By MATTHEW NUSSBAUM and JENNIFER HABERKORN 03/08/17 01:46 PM EST

http://www.politico.com/story/2017/03 ... g-obamacare-repeal-235831


Posted on: 2016/11/11 16:09
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i hear scumbag is looking at tweaking obama care and dodd-frank....not repealing it.


Obamacare will be referred to as "Trumpcare" with certain unnecessary provisions gotten rid of like same rates for pre-existing conditions. It's gonna be GREAT!

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Trump's first full month in office has shattered expectations, leading to the most new jobs being created in many years. I'm looking forward to 8 more years of this!

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/08/privat ... bs-february-2017-adp.html


Comrades - BLAME IT ON OBAMA!

No, wait...this is GOOD news. Attribute to Trump in this instance. Good job Mr. Trump!

Posted on: 3/8 12:46
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Re: Moving Cross Country to Jersey City - Need Advice
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So do I need to use a broker or no?


Use both, but Craigslist is best. Many landlords that actively manage their rentals use Craigslist.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Obama is a real piece of crap, who wants to see this country torn apart. He's been leading the effort to impeach Trump, because he's a raging narcissist (far more than Trump) who only cares about his "legacy."

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/artic ... -moves-Kaloroma-home.html


Thank you Comrade JCMan8! You are TRUE PATRIOT! Good work follow my advice! Yes true - Trump not narcissist, Obama narcissist!

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SS Trump ship sinking! What to do?
-Blame on Obama
-Blame on Hillary
-Mention isolated examples of minority or immigrants doing bad things
-Continue to spread fake new stories!
-And most important - use Muslims and immigrants as scapegoats!

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Wait. All the libs claimed Comey was in bed with Trump. How can this be?


Maybe because with his latest accusation (Obama wiretapping Trump Tower) Trump has gone off the deep end (to a greater extent than anyone thought conceivable)?

Trump has the best intelligence at his disposal and ignores it, instead relying on Fox & Friends, anonymous twitter posts and alt-right news blogs. It must be insulting for intelligence analysts at the FBI, CIA and NSA.

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Interesting interview.. buried in the middle is Clapper's clear statement that the multi-intelligence agency investigation DID NOT FIND ANY evidence of collusion between Trump/Russia with regard to stealing or influencing the presidential election.

So why does the Left perpetuate "The Big Lie" that Trump and Putin stole the election?

Also despite the convenient and misleading NBC Denial Headline... Clapper backpedals from the denial statement. He starts with an out right denial of any FISA order, then when asked specifically about Trump Tower bugging, he says not to my knowledge and he hopes he would be informed of such activity?

Then he says that he can not speak for any other authorized government agencies?

So the facts are this, Trump is cleared of colluding with Putin by the Obama DOJ and 15 other US intelligence agencies. The Russians or some proxy are caught hacking Hillary and the DNC.

In response Obama applies sanctions, closes known Russian Spy facilities in the US and expels dozens of "Russian Diplomats".

And currently because of selective leaks, the Trump Admin people are being smeared by innuendo ONLY because they spoke to Russians. There is no evidence (recorded conversations) that anything illegal was discussed, because they have all ready been cleared by Clapper and the Report.

I am very confused at this point why there have to be congressional hearings..... for what? I think the democrats need to be very careful with this one.

http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/polit ... retap-trump-tower-n729261



Russia mystery threatens to consume Washington

By Stephen Collinson, CNN
Updated 6:36 AM ET, Mon March 6, 2017

(CNN)The mystery over Donald Trump and Russia is taking a corrosive hold on his presidency, sowing accusations and hysteria that threaten to overwhelm his White House and drain his personal credibility.

Washington has become a hall of mirrors, where it's impossible to distinguish between rumor and fact as conspiracy theories and partisan paroxysms rage -- all arising from an alleged Russian spy plot to sway last year's election that is now clouding the new administration.
The White House is finding it impossible to put to rest claims it has improper ties to Russia. Often, President Trump himself reignites the drama — apparently to his detriment — as with his sensational claim Saturday that his predecessor Barack Obama tapped his phones.
Congress meanwhile is becoming consumed by gossip and hearsay, while a drip, drip, drip of disclosures about Trump world's contacts with Russian officials feed blockbuster news stories.
It is becoming increasingly clear that the intrigue over Russia, the election, and the new administration is deepening, and has the potential to distract the White House and the machinery of the US government for months.

Furthermore, ethical, political and personality dynamics at play at the top of the administration and incentives for Trump's enemies to prolong the sense of scandal are complicating the White House's effort to move on.

Only one thing is clear in the fog of accusations and allegations: If the goal of Russia's alleged intelligence swoop was to pit Washington's centers of power against one another, to foment political chaos and to cast doubt on the functioning of US democracy itself, it is working better than anyone in Moscow can have hoped.
"We are in the midst of a civilization-warping crisis of public trust," Republican Sen. Ben Sasse said in a statement on Saturday.

Questions clouding the White House essentially revolve around extensive meetings between prominent Russian officials and members of the Trump orbit and whether there was collusion between them at a time when US intelligence agencies assessed the Kremlin was trying to interfere in the election.

As it stands, an FBI probe into whether such contacts were improper is underway. Several congressional investigations into hacking operations designed to influence the election are also being conducted.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announces his recusal.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announces his recusal.
In the latest developments, the position of Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been called into question after he recused himself from oversight duties after failing to disclose to Congress two contacts with the Russian ambassador.

The White House spokesman Sean Spicer insists that there is "no there, there" in the Russia intrigue.

But the conduct of the President himself often undercuts that message. Some observers have noted that while there may be nothing nefarious going on, the President often acts in a way that suggests there is.
For instance, the White House call Sunday for an investigation into "reports" that Obama ordered wire taps on Trump appeared to be a classic attempt to blur the issue and to distract attention from accusations against the President or the political blowback of the Sessions recusal.

But his claims seem likely to give the controversy new legs.
"He just put another quarter in the conspiracy parking meter, they have extended this story for a week, two weeks," former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers said on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday.

The credibility of the President's statements on the issue is also eroding.
"Russia is a ruse, I have nothing to do with Russia. To the best of my knowledge, no person that I deal with does," Trump said during his news conference on February 16.
But since then, details have emerged of repeated meetings between Trump aides and Russian officials, casting doubt on the president's words.

As well as the two Sessions meetings with Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the campaign, it emerged this week that the President's son-in-law Jared Kushner and his first national security adviser Michael Flynn, who had to resign after not being truthful about phone calls with the ambassador also had talks with Kislyak in December at Trump Tower. Others associated with the Trump campaign including J.D. Gordon, Walid Phares and Carter Page have also disclosed meetings with the Russians.

Of course, just the fact that the meetings occurred do not mean that anything inappropriate was going on. But the fact Trump officials continued to meet the Russians while an alleged Russian espionage plot was public knowledge is raising questions about their nature.
White House unlikely to shake off drama
There are at least six reasons why the White House is unlikely to be able to shake off the Russian drama in the short term.
The first possibility is the most serious: that the rumors are true and the administration was the target of a Russian espionage operation.
It would not be surprising. After all, Russia is also reported to have tried to influence other key moments in Western democracy — like the forthcoming French and German elections for instance.

CNN reporting meanwhile revealed earlier this year that US intelligence agencies presented Trump with evidence that Russian spy services tried to compromise him. The previous Obama administration issued an unclassified report alleging that hackers linked to Russian intelligence hacked servers belonging to the Democratic Party and the Hillary Clinton campaign in an operation intended to boost Trump's electoral hopes.

A second reason why questions about Russia will linger is because what some observers see as Trump's odd fixation with Moscow raises constant questions about his motives.
Former Obama administration national security adviser Tom Donilon told CNN's Fareed Zakaria on Sunday that the root of the issue was "an approach to Russia which has been uncritical, a refusal to criticize Vladimir Putin personally and a refusal to underscore a number of the steps the Russians have taken really in what has been a pattern of active hostility towards the United States."
"It really has been unexplained, there never has been a presentation on this," said Donilon.

Democrats are not alone in their puzzlement.
"I can't figure out why the administration is taking the position on Russia that it is," said Kori Schake, a former Bush administration Pentagon official.


"It doesn't make sense to me for all sorts of reasons," Schake said. "The obduracy with which they are committed to it. The kind of weird connections and weird answers that they keep giving. Something doesn't feel right."
It also seems curious how many of Trump's comments about Russia seem to line up with Russian foreign policy goals.
During his campaign, Trump slighted NATO and suggested he could lift sanctions on Russia and recognize its grab of Crimea from Ukraine. He called on Russia to release Hillary Clinton's emails, and cast doubt on US intelligence agency assessments that Moscow hacked her servers.
Trump's personality gives oxygen to story
The President's unique personality also appears at times to be exacerbating the sense of crisis being fostered in Washington.
In theory, he could flush away questions about whether undeclared links with Russia are influencing his attitude to Moscow by releasing his tax returns.

His refusal to do so gives oxygen to claims that he has some secret business or creditor relationships with Russia that compromise him.
Trump's praise for Putin and vows to revive relations with Moscow exposed him to fierce criticism during the campaign. A decision to walk back that position could be humiliating.
Another reason why the Russian story will fester is because there appear to be ideological similarities between foreign policy priorities of some top Trump aides and those in power in Moscow.
If Russia represents a populist, nationalistic strain of geopolitical thought in conflict with a more globalist, Western interpretation of international relations, it seems to have fellow travelers in the White House.

Russian hostility to Western institutions like the European Union seems mirrored by Trump aides like Stephen Bannon, for instance, who has laid out a deeply nationalistic vision for the administration.
That aside, it's also clear that the way the White House has handled the drum beat of accusations about Russia has suggested a new administration may not yet be up to the job of navigating treacherous Washington.

The White House has often seemed unable to coordinate its damage limitation and coordination efforts.
Both Trump and Spicer said last week Sessions didn't need to recuse himself. But within hours, he did just that, raising questions about the level of coordination within the administration.
Some observers have also meanwhile wondered why the White House does not simply list all the meetings top Trump aides have held with Russians to avoid the damaging litany of disclosures.
Inside the White House and among Trump supporters outside, there is a strong belief that the President is the victim of an orchestrated campaign of leaks to undermine his authority and discredit his election victory.
The President himself claimed there was a "witch hunt" against him last week.

Given his feud with the intelligence agencies since he won the election, it's not farfetched to think that disgruntled spy sources sense an opportunity to hurt the President by cooperating with journalists.
There's also a final reason why the Russia scandal is not going to end any time soon.

Democrats have a clear political incentive to prolong a situation which is helping to unify them, to slow Trump's agenda by bogging the White House down with investigations and to present the President in a scary light.

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The story has nothing to do with anything but a crazy ex-boyfriend. NeoCons will make fake news out of it though.


Yeah, right lol. I'm sure if this was a white Trump supporter who had a vendetta with an ex you'd be singing the same tune.

You guys are so cute with your deflections. Can't wait to see more liberals arrested!


Good work Comrade!!!

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Comrades - BAD NEWS
Our great leader's problems only getting worse!

Russia: The problem Trump can't escape
By Angela Dewan, CNN
Updated 11:57 AM ET, Fri March 3, 2017
http://www.cnn.com/2017/02/15/politic ... -russia-issues/index.html

Russian envoy met with Kushner, Flynn before inauguration
By Bob Fredericks March 2, 2017 | 6:36pm | Updated
http://nypost.com/2017/03/02/russian- ... lynn-before-inauguration/


And Stupid VP Pence use AOL mail for official business as Governor of IN!

SS Trump ship sinking! What to do?
-Blame on Obama
-Blame on Hillary
-Mention isolated examples of minority or immigrants doing bad things
-Continue to spread fake new stories!
-And most important - use Muslims and immigrants as scapegoats!

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Comrades - BAD NEWS
Our great leader's problems only getting worse!

Russia: The problem Trump can't escape
By Angela Dewan, CNN
Updated 11:57 AM ET, Fri March 3, 2017
http://www.cnn.com/2017/02/15/politic ... -russia-issues/index.html

Russian envoy met with Kushner, Flynn before inauguration
By Bob Fredericks March 2, 2017 | 6:36pm | Updated
http://nypost.com/2017/03/02/russian- ... lynn-before-inauguration/


And Stupid VP Pence use AOL mail for official business as Governor of IN!

SS Trump ship sinking! What to do?
-Blame on Obama
-Blame on Hillary
-Mention isolated examples of minority or immigrants doing bad things
-Continue to spread fake new stories!
-And most important - use Muslims and immigrants as scapegoats!

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Re: Christophobic Webmaster Strikes Again
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Mea culpa, Webmaster!

Maybe this is a new policy or a policy that is inconsistently applied because I don't recall liturgical events or choir concerts that I have posted being taken down at all- let alone the next day. It would sometimes allow for a post hoc conversation on the same thread. I know you favor an aggressive editing style, e.g. you regularly combine threads that address an issue from very different, even opposite vantage points. Well it's your website and this is America so that's your prerogative.

Apologies again for impugning your motives.


You Christians have such a persecution complex!

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Christie could be on the shortlist to replace Sessions.

http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/ ... ssions_at_trumps_att.html


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Good new Comrades! Trump is going to enforce Federal marijuana laws!

http://www.cnn.com/2017/02/23/politic ... rijuana-donald-trump-pot/

Thank God we didn't get pothead Hillary elected!

So much for laws passed to legalize recreational use of marijuana by voters in many states. Those elections rigged anyway!





If you care about this issue, you should be pushing for federal law to be changed, not for it not to be enforced.

Crooked Hillary said she was against changing the law to legalize it anyway.


What don't they let states decide?


States rights OK when in agreement with Trump posse LOL!

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Good new Comrades! Trump is going to enforce Federal marijuana laws!

http://www.cnn.com/2017/02/23/politic ... rijuana-donald-trump-pot/

Thank God we didn't get pothead Hillary elected!

So much for laws passed to legalize recreational use of marijuana by voters in many states. Those elections rigged anyway!




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Steve Fulop is a liar, bullshit artist, and hypocrite.

http://njeducationaid.blogspot.com/20 ... hypocrisy-from-steve.html

Fulop claims state aid redistribution is about helping rich suburbs, but he's wrong. The biggest beneficiaries would be towns like Clifton, Bayonne, and Bloomfield.

Even when middle-class suburbs would gain aid, they desperately need it.

Read about Delran whose per pupil spending is barely $12k.

http://www.burlingtoncountytimes.com/ ... e6-b49d-4b0009fa55d6.html

Read about Egg Harbor Township.

http://www.shorenewstoday.com/egg_har ... 53-9e5e-065b6d0d43b2.html


You have Yvonne on your side. Congrats, in this post you name calling you took things to a new level. And not a higher one.

But I do appreciate your analysis.

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You can't blame her for Flynn, of course. And she misspoke on Bowling Green, she meant to say 'terrorists'. I didn't get wound up when Obama said he'd visited 57 states in the US. People misspeak.


Agreed as always, Comrade! Kellyanne true patriot! We need her back on TV to spread truth! Fake new liberal progressive democrat media spread fake news! They don't want Americans to know about Bowling green massacre and Islamic terrorism raging in Sweden!

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Tiny Trump

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Watch Donald Trump's news conference from 2/16/2017:

http://www.cnn.com/2017/02/16/politic ... day-in-history/index.html

If you haven't seen it, worthwhile to watch the entire event.


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It was unintended use of the escalator handrail.... so i don't think there is any liability claim. Sorry that she died doing this silly prank. Her twin sister must live with the awful fact that she did nothing to prevent it.


Incorrect word choice. She was drunk and over-reached for a hat that fell off.

prank
praNGk/Submit
noun
1.
a practical joke or mischievous act.
synonyms: (practical) joke, trick, piece of mischief, escapade, stunt, caper, jape, game, hoax, antic; informallark
"it was just a stupid and childish prank"
verbinformal
1.
play a trick or practical joke on (someone).
"the individuals who were pranked thought they were auditioning to be a TV show host"


Why are you so invested in shaming a dead person?


Who's shaming a dead person? Take another look at my post.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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JCMan8 wrote:
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SOS wrote:
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TheBigGuy wrote:
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hero69 wrote:
is it true that scumbag wants to gut the endangered species act. i hope this is not true, but if so, i wonder if supporters of jill stein and the green party wish they had rallied behind hillary clinton?

the us is not france with run-off elections, it's time for supporters of 3rd parties to smarten up and stop wasting their vote. And yes, i would be saying the same thing, if trump had been a democrat and he was running against a republican hillary or mitt romney....


Probably not true... but the Left needs to keep their their fascist anarchist street thugs frothing at the mouth since it has been relatively peaceful in the streets after the the 9th Circuit ruling.


Thank you for comment, BigGuy. We know all liberal democrat progressives brains linked together by invisible wire (this was on gateway pundidiot so must be true! If one progressive acts bad, all at fault.

Trump is GREAT MAN! So what if he sought help from Russia to win election? Likely didn't make a difference, but at time Hillary looked strong. This is hangable offence (treason, colluding with enemy). Our great president must suspend constitution to stay in power. Democracy over rated anyway


I love how the liberal political hacks hadn't said one bad word about Russia, until they thought Russia was hurting Her.

Then, overnight, Russia morphed into the Bogeyman for them.


Poor Comrade, you suffer from Rumpelstiltskin disease? The Kenyan liberal democrat former "president" Obama was force behind sanctions on Russia. Please write letter to congressmen to repeal! Oligarchs just want to have fun - and traveling to USA is blast!

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Re: Jersey City mayor-elect orders end to citywide reval
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bodhipooh wrote:

If you are sitting on a property 700K or more, which is pretty much most of DTJC, you *are* wealthy by pretty much any metric out there. Even by regional standards, you are doing very well... time to get this reval done and really get local fair taxation in place.


Except that most of them have large mortgages, student debt, car payments, and spend too much of their disposable income on dining out, etc.

Have you heard of the expression "house rich, cash poor"? This is common among homeowners downtown...and everywhere.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Steve Bannon 'livid' with Breitbart over Priebus report
by Dylan Byers and Dana Bash @CNNMoney
February 15, 2017: 5:10 PM ET

Steve Bannon is "livid" with Breitbart News.
Bannon, who was executive chairman of Breitbart before becoming Donald Trump's chief strategist, slammed the right-wing website on Wednesday for a report suggesting that White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus might lose his job.
"Not upset - livid," is how Bannon described his feelings about the article to CNN. "The story is totally untrue. Reince is doing a great job. I couldn't ask any more from a partner."
Breitbart's story alleged that Priebus might be pushed out of the White House due to the forced resignation of Trump's National Security Adviser, Michael Flynn. It cited "multiple sources close to President Trump."
When asked if he had spoken with Breitbart prior to the story's publication, Bannon said he had "totally cut ties" and hadn't talked to them since leaving the organization last August. (He was however interviewed by the site's "Breitbart News Daily" radio program late last year.)
Trump's White House has been plagued by reports of infighting and looming terminations almost since the president took office. Several reports alleged that Bannon and Priebus were at odds with one another -- an assertion both men have repeatedly shot down.
Any tension between Bannon and Breitbart would be notable given the role Bannon played in shaping Breitbart's coverage while serving as its executive chairman.
A Breitbart spokesperson did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
CNNMoney (New York)
First published February 15, 2017: 5:10 PM ET

http://money.cnn.com/2017/02/15/media ... reince-priebus/index.html



Comrades, world must have been turned upside down and shaken!

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Quote:

TheBigGuy wrote:
Quote:

hero69 wrote:
is it true that scumbag wants to gut the endangered species act. i hope this is not true, but if so, i wonder if supporters of jill stein and the green party wish they had rallied behind hillary clinton?

the us is not france with run-off elections, it's time for supporters of 3rd parties to smarten up and stop wasting their vote. And yes, i would be saying the same thing, if trump had been a democrat and he was running against a republican hillary or mitt romney....


Probably not true... but the Left needs to keep their their fascist anarchist street thugs frothing at the mouth since it has been relatively peaceful in the streets after the the 9th Circuit ruling.


Thank you for comment, BigGuy. We know all liberal democrat progressives brains linked together by invisible wire (this was on gateway pundidiot so must be true! If one progressive acts bad, all at fault.

Trump is GREAT MAN! So what if he sought help from Russia to win election? Likely didn't make a difference, but at time Hillary looked strong. This is hangable offence (treason, colluding with enemy). Our great president must suspend constitution to stay in power. Democracy over rated anyway

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Re: Woman dies falling off escalator inside famed World Trade Center Oculus while reaching to grab hat
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Quote:

asny10011 wrote:
It was unintended use of the escalator handrail.... so i don't think there is any liability claim. Sorry that she died doing this silly prank. Her twin sister must live with the awful fact that she did nothing to prevent it.


Incorrect word choice. She was drunk and over-reached for a hat that fell off.

prank
praNGk/Submit
noun
1.
a practical joke or mischievous act.
synonyms: (practical) joke, trick, piece of mischief, escapade, stunt, caper, jape, game, hoax, antic; informallark
"it was just a stupid and childish prank"
verbinformal
1.
play a trick or practical joke on (someone).
"the individuals who were pranked thought they were auditioning to be a TV show host"

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Puzder withdraws! How worse will this week get? Now the Russians are wondering if they backed the wrong jackass.

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Flynn said that he'd be put in jail if he did one tenth of what Hillary did.

In other words he should be locked up.

https://youtu.be/Zw4ozcQsRL4

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Quote:

hero69 wrote:
looks like senate republicans are asking trump to withdraw puzder's nomination...

https://news.google.com/news/url?sr=1& ... 2-263470bf0401_story.html


If he doesn't get confirmed...there goes 300k!

In 2016, Puzder was an avid Trump supporter. In addition to serving as an economic adviser to his campaign, he and his wife, Deanna, contributed a total of $332,000 to Trump’s campaign, joint fundraising committees and to the Republican National Committee, according to the Federal Election Commission.

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Comrades, it didn't take long...

Trump has a Russia problem (like I've been saying for months)...and that's not all. The administration is in turmoil. Approval rating in the toilet. American's are learning just how mentally disturbed Trump is. What's next...you're fired?
Trump's impeachment talk now has teeth | Moran
By Tom Moran
Posted on February 15, 2017 at 10:15 AM

For now, put aside the blundering and bigotry at the borders, the daily diet of lies, the billionaire president's financial secrets and conflicts of interest, and even the scary signs that the leader of the free world is a mentally unstable man.

Put that all aside for today. Because the Russians interfered in our presidential election, and now we learn that Russian intelligence agents had extensive contacts with Team Trump during the campaign, while they were cheating on his behalf.

We need every shred of information about those contacts - with a special focus on what President Trump knew and when.

For those who see his impeachment as America's best hope to survive this dangerous moment, it is time to inch up to the edge of your seats and get ready to protest. If Congress doesn't put together an investigation that is credible and tough, and bipartisan in spirt, then it's time to get back to the streets in force, and to plan a campaign of civil disobedience.

The resignation of Michael Flynn, the national security advisor, after less than a month in office does not end this matter. It should be regarded as a starting gun, a moment when the lid is pulled off a barrel of snakes that now must be untangled and sorted.

Let's start with the least offensive piece of this, and work our way up to the most outrageous.

Flynn may have broken a 1799 law that prohibits private players from meddling in the conduct of America's foreign policy. That came about six weeks after the election when President Obama imposed sanctions on Russia over its meddling, and Flynn signaled to the Russian ambassador that the Trump administration might lift them. No doubt, that explains why Vladimir Putin didn't retaliate.

It's routine, and useful, for senior appointees of an incoming administration to make contact with foreign leaders during the transition. That's why the anachronistic 1799 Logan Act has never been used.

But why would Flynn signal that Russian meddling in our election would go unpunished? When a hostile power sends an army across our border, we go to war. Why look the other way when a hostile power attacks the integrity of our democracy?

Flynn then lied about it, saying he didn't discuss sanctions. And that lie was repeated by Vice President Mike Pence and other senior members of the Trump team. So add misleading the American public to the list of sins. And was Flynn the only liar, or did others know?

It gets worse. Flynn's lie was discovered by American intelligence, reportedly through electronic monitoring of the Russian ambassador's phone. The Justice Department informed the White House, and yet nothing was done. The FBI had concluded that the lie made Flynn vulnerable to Russian blackmail, yet he continued to manage the nation's security for weeks, and even sat in during President Trump's phone call with Vladimir Putin.

more @

http://www.nj.com/opinion/index.ssf/2 ... tml#incart_river_home_pop

Posted on: 2/15 12:55
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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Quote:

135jc wrote:
Corzine was far worse!


Corzine isn't the current Gov of NJ. I'm amazed you didn't bring Obama up.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Quote:

hero69 wrote:
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Monroe wrote:
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hero69 wrote:
So Scumbag used to criticize Obama for golfing too much....looks like Trump is looking to break Obama's score twice in two weekends.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/12/us/ ... ald-trump-golf-obama.html


Golfing with another head of state over a working weekend is a bit different than going for a round with campaign donors, or sports figures right after a terror attack-which Obama did several times.
like ur spin? obama worked super long hours...something trump is clearly incapable of doing?


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Posted on: 2/13 14:00
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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Let's hope there's a job offer!

http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/ ... 2box_nj-homepage-featured

By Brent Johnson | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
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on February 13, 2017 at 10:31 AM, updated February 13, 2017 at 1:03 PM

TRENTON -- Gov. Chris Christie is scheduled to have a lunch meeting with President Donald Trump in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, two sources with knowledge of the situation told NJ Advance Media.

The meeting comes as speculation intensifies that Trump has grown unhappy with several members of his inner circle and their performance in the first month of the administration.

One source said Trump spoke to Christie, a fellow Republican and longtime friend and confidant, via phone last week and invited him to lunch.

He and the New Jersey governor are expected to discuss a broad range of topics, according to the sources, who requested anonymity to talk candidly about the meeting...

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