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Mar 25, 2019 09:55:15   #
Richard Rowland
 
We live in a world of disinformation and omission. I read where Orwell said, "omission is the greatest lie of all." What ya ain't told is worse than an outright lie. It's what we aren't being told about the presidency of Donald Trump that's concerning.

It's the never-ending battle the Democrats are having with the president that concerns me. All Democrats aren't stupid. It seems that the Democrats, perhaps not all of them, but a few of the important ones know something they aren't telling. Otherwise why the all-out effort to take down this President.

And it isn't just the Democrats, agencies like the FBI and others that are privy to things the rest of us can only guess at have been against this President. The strange thing: with all the emails having been sent between those in the FBI, there is no mention for why they feel as they do. Of course, any email that expressed why it was felt the President had to be stopped, could have been omitted.

Those of us who have been around for a while don't have to be told that the present political climate is the worst its ever been. Using the disinformation and omission analogy one can only guess which side (party) is on our side.

It's as if a great battle between good and evil is taking place and only the combatants know which is which. However, it could be that both are evil, and we're just fucked

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Mar 25, 2019 10:04:45   #
Cadillac
 
Richard
What we are not being told is what role did Obama, the Clintons and the leadership of the FBI played.
Don’t you think it’s time for Democrats to stop with the false accusations. Don’t you think it’s time for the mainstream press to stop with the false news.

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Mar 25, 2019 10:08:42   #
CodyCoonhound
 
Richard Rowland wrote:
We live in a world of disinformation and omission. I read where Orwell said, "omission is the greatest lie of all." What ya ain't told is worse than an outright lie. It's what we aren't being told about the presidency of Donald Trump that's concerning.

It's the never-ending battle the Democrats are having with the president that concerns me. All Democrats aren't stupid. It seems that the Democrats, perhaps not all of them, but a few of the important ones know something they aren't telling. Otherwise why the all-out effort to take down this President.

And it isn't just the Democrats, agencies like the FBI and others that are privy to things the rest of us can only guess at have been against this President. The strange thing: with all the emails having been sent between those in the FBI, there is no mention for why they feel as they do. Of course, any email that expressed why it was felt the President had to be stopped, could have been omitted.

Those of us who have been around for a while don't have to be told that the present political climate is the worst its ever been. Using the disinformation and omission analogy one can only guess which side (party) is on our side.

It's as if a great battle between good and evil is taking place and only the combatants know which is which. However, it could be that both are evil, and we're just fucked
We live in a world of disinformation and omission.... (show quote)


What you apparently missed is that all of this Russian stuff started with Obama in 2015. His people in key positions and emails that prove he authorized the use of Brennan and the rest of his crowd to attempt to take down Donald Trump. All on the news this weekend and Brennan is the one that spoke to Obama's approval. Additionally, as they always say, follow the money. DC politicians go from success to multi-millionaires on a regular basis. Trump is a threat to their (Cabal or Establishment) money machine.
Pretty simple to understand, I think.

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Mar 25, 2019 10:09:58   #
Hug (a regular here)
 
Richard Rowland wrote:
We live in a world of disinformation and omission. I read where Orwell said, "omission is the greatest lie of all." What ya ain't told is worse than an outright lie. It's what we aren't being told about the presidency of Donald Trump that's concerning.

It's the never-ending battle the Democrats are having with the president that concerns me. All Democrats aren't stupid. It seems that the Democrats, perhaps not all of them, but a few of the important ones know something they aren't telling. Otherwise why the all-out effort to take down this President.

And it isn't just the Democrats, agencies like the FBI and others that are privy to things the rest of us can only guess at have been against this President. The strange thing: with all the emails having been sent between those in the FBI, there is no mention for why they feel as they do. Of course, any email that expressed why it was felt the President had to be stopped, could have been omitted.

Those of us who have been around for a while don't have to be told that the present political climate is the worst its ever been. Using the disinformation and omission analogy one can only guess which side (party) is on our side.

It's as if a great battle between good and evil is taking place and only the combatants know which is which. However, it could be that both are evil, and we're just fucked
We live in a world of disinformation and omission.... (show quote)

There are no longer any real Democrats. What used to be the Democratic party is now the Socialist party. The Socialist party wants to overthrow the American Government. Democrats are in name only.

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Mar 25, 2019 10:21:18   #
Seth (a regular here)
 
Hug wrote:
There are no longer any real Democrats. What used to be the Democratic party is now the Socialist party. The Socialist party wants to overthrow the American Government. Democrats are in name only.



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Mar 25, 2019 10:29:19   #
byronglimish (a regular here)
 
Richard Rowland wrote:
We live in a world of disinformation and omission. I read where Orwell said, "omission is the greatest lie of all." What ya ain't told is worse than an outright lie. It's what we aren't being told about the presidency of Donald Trump that's concerning.

It's the never-ending battle the Democrats are having with the president that concerns me. All Democrats aren't stupid. It seems that the Democrats, perhaps not all of them, but a few of the important ones know something they aren't telling. Otherwise why the all-out effort to take down this President.

And it isn't just the Democrats, agencies like the FBI and others that are privy to things the rest of us can only guess at have been against this President. The strange thing: with all the emails having been sent between those in the FBI, there is no mention for why they feel as they do. Of course, any email that expressed why it was felt the President had to be stopped, could have been omitted.

Those of us who have been around for a while don't have to be told that the present political climate is the worst its ever been. Using the disinformation and omission analogy one can only guess which side (party) is on our side.

It's as if a great battle between good and evil is taking place and only the combatants know which is which. However, it could be that both are evil, and we're just fucked
We live in a world of disinformation and omission.... (show quote)



We still might be headed to civil war, and if the deep state socialist aggressors have their way, true patriotic, sovereignty believing Americans will be opposed by the U.N. or our own troops.

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Mar 25, 2019 10:35:19   #
Seth (a regular here)
 
byronglimish wrote:
We still might be headed to civil war, and if the deep state socialist aggressors have their way, true patriotic, sovereignty believing Americans will be opposed by the U.N. or our own troops.


On the other hand, career military personnel tend to be patriots, and when the shit hits the fan, may well come down on the side of the American people.

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Mar 25, 2019 10:48:08   #
vernon (a regular here)
 
Richard Rowland wrote:
We live in a world of disinformation and omission. I read where Orwell said, "omission is the greatest lie of all." What ya ain't told is worse than an outright lie. It's what we aren't being told about the presidency of Donald Trump that's concerning.

It's the never-ending battle the Democrats are having with the president that concerns me. All Democrats aren't stupid. It seems that the Democrats, perhaps not all of them, but a few of the important ones know something they aren't telling. Otherwise why the all-out effort to take down this President.

And it isn't just the Democrats, agencies like the FBI and others that are privy to things the rest of us can only guess at have been against this President. The strange thing: with all the emails having been sent between those in the FBI, there is no mention for why they feel as they do. Of course, any email that expressed why it was felt the President had to be stopped, could have been omitted.

Those of us who have been around for a while don't have to be told that the present political climate is the worst its ever been. Using the disinformation and omission analogy one can only guess which side (party) is on our side.

It's as if a great battle between good and evil is taking place and only the combatants know which is which. However, it could be that both are evil, and we're just fucked
We live in a world of disinformation and omission.... (show quote)



I for one don't give a dam about the demorat party or the republican party. I'm for trump if he runs as an independent any party he chooses.He is the party of the working man not the dems or reps.I feel like he has done more for the working man than anyone since Ike.

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Mar 25, 2019 10:48:28   #
byronglimish (a regular here)
 
Seth wrote:
On the other hand, career military personnel tend to be patriots, and when the shit hits the fan, may well come down on the side of the American people.


I hope so, I see a big population of millennial boys who are brain dead and immune from cherishing and loving life, partly because of the death and destruction in video games.

Reality of death isn't a factor.

I know it doesn't effect all that way, but it does with many.

These might be useful to the Democratic Socialists.

Look at the Antifa idiots, the socialist deep state could arm this vermin.

I truly hope that I am wrong.

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Mar 25, 2019 10:51:02   #
Floyd Brown
 
Richard Rowland wrote:
We live in a world of disinformation and omission. I read where Orwell said, "omission is the greatest lie of all." What ya ain't told is worse than an outright lie. It's what we aren't being told about the presidency of Donald Trump that's concerning.

It's the never-ending battle the Democrats are having with the president that concerns me. All Democrats aren't stupid. It seems that the Democrats, perhaps not all of them, but a few of the important ones know something they aren't telling. Otherwise why the all-out effort to take down this President.

And it isn't just the Democrats, agencies like the FBI and others that are privy to things the rest of us can only guess at have been against this President. The strange thing: with all the emails having been sent between those in the FBI, there is no mention for why they feel as they do. Of course, any email that expressed why it was felt the President had to be stopped, could have been omitted.

Those of us who have been around for a while don't have to be told that the present political climate is the worst its ever been. Using the disinformation and omission analogy one can only guess which side (party) is on our side.

It's as if a great battle between good and evil is taking place and only the combatants know which is which. However, it could be that both are evil, and we're just fucked
We live in a world of disinformation and omission.... (show quote)


I will go with the last part of your statement. "We are F***ed".
We need to who is pulling Trumps strings.
Who is behind letting Trump do what he is doing.
Trump has created baggage every where he has gone.

So just who & why has he been able to avoid having to pay for his transgressions?
As an individual Trump espouses much of what is wrong with life in this nation.

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Mar 25, 2019 10:53:41   #
Floyd Brown
 
vernon wrote:
I for one don't give a dam about the demorat party or the republican party. I'm for trump if he runs as an independent any party he chooses.He is the party of the working man not the dems or reps.I feel like he has done more for the working man than anyone since Ike.


I think you need to go over all the things he is undoing to get a truer picture or what the average person is going to get out of this mess.

There is nothing he can or more likely will do that will actually help the average person.
The past sins of white males has caught up with them.
There is a price that many will not be happy to put up with.

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Mar 25, 2019 10:55:29   #
Seth (a regular here)
 
byronglimish wrote:
I hope so, I see a big population of millennial boys who are brain dead and immune from cherishing and loving life, partly because of the death and destruction in video games.

Reality of death isn't a factor.

I know it doesn't effect all that way, but it does with many.

These might be useful to the Democratic Socialists.

Look at the Antifa idiots, the socialist deep state could arm this vermin.

I truly hope that I am wrong.


If things ever get to that stage, I would welcome someone arming AntiFa -- that could lead to an "open season" on those brownshirt wannabes, and I'd be more than happy to go hunting...

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Mar 25, 2019 11:01:46   #
byronglimish (a regular here)
 
Floyd Brown wrote:
I will go with the last part of your statement. "We are F***ed".
We need to who is pulling Trumps strings.
Who is behind letting Trump do what he is doing.
Trump has created baggage every where he has gone.

So just who & why has he been able to avoid having to pay for his transgressions?
As an individual Trump espouses much of what is wrong with life in this nation.



Obama and Hillary conspired to take down our duly elected President.

You of the socialist strain will never even approach that truth.

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Mar 25, 2019 11:02:42   #
byronglimish (a regular here)
 
Seth wrote:
If things ever get to that stage, I would welcome someone arming AntiFa -- that could lead to an "open season" on those brownshirt wannabes, and I'd be more than happy to go hunting...


I have no love or mercy in my heart for them either.

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Mar 25, 2019 11:03:38   #
peg w (a regular here)
 
Trumpmis a nut job. He is dangerous. He needs to be removed before he does more damage to our country.

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