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May 12, 2019 22:54:50   #
Divine truth (a regular here)
 
lindajoy wrote:
Obstruction is a mind set now.. I listened to a psychiatrist explaining obsession, need, narcissism, etc. Too much to get into here but it is obvious their obsession with Trump is and will be their own breaking point..,

They can not come to terms and fear losing all control..

Very sad.

BTW, nice bike!! What kind??


Never listen to the advice of a psychiatrist, they are dumb. Chronology of psychotic drug lawsuits. June 2003 Williams and Lisa Van Syckel of New Jersey filed a lawsuit against serveral psychiatrist's (Joseph Donnalan, Lleana Bernal and Robert Bransfield) and the University Behavioral Healthcare psychiatry Hospital.

Their 15-year-old daughter had suddenly lost her appetite and was losing weight. She was misdiagnosed as depressed and prescribed Zoloft, subsequently becoming violent and sucidal and admitted to a psychiatric facility.

When it became obvious the drug was harming her daughter, Lisa Van Syckel demanded she be taken off it. It was later determined that Michelle was actually suffering from Lyme Disease.

The case was settled with an undisclosed amount. I can go on and on...on the matter of psychiatrist, and their fraudulent practices.

My late brother was sexually abuse and proposition by Rabbi psychiatry in a mental Ward. I checked into a psychiatrist hospital, after being attacked by telepathic communication.

Unknown Jewish lady stated this; "don't do it for no less than $1 million dollars", I turned to her, and asked her what are you talking about. She's replied "you know".

Because she's felted that I knew, because of the Homosexual Zionist cult operation and terrorism against me. "Sick" I don't think so, maybe you should see a psychiatrist or get your money back, from your educational institution

You got robbed big, big, and big time 👌😎👌. Try something more intelligence next time, or don't say anything.

Obsession, with Trump's, no, it's not about the president, its about the money, and the state of affairs. There's have been a culture of ignorance in America and its growing, and you represent that culture.

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May 12, 2019 23:06:38   #
byronglimish (a regular here)
 
markc wrote:
“Normal leftists”(sic) sounds like something from a retard. It didn’t even make a spell check.


It seems as though Obama sodomized your mind too.

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May 12, 2019 23:12:05   #
lindajoy (a regular here)
 
Airforceone wrote:
Just like the 8 years of obstruction and phony scandals on Obama and Clinton and not one indictment. Wow how hypocritical


Not hypocritical at all... I was speaking of the criminal hill dem elite and their obsession... Its not rage, its hate over Hills loosing and President Trump,a a republican, won..That simple..

The only reason there were no indictments is because BO kept his DOJ, FBI and IRS in check with him.. Have you not learned this and those involved.. BO, McCabe, Rosenstein, Comey, hillary, Podesta, Pelosi, Waters etcetcetc....

I consider you intelligent and know that you know better than this post..

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May 12, 2019 23:35:14   #
markc
 
lindajoy wrote:
Not hypocritical at all... I was speaking of the criminal hill dem elite and their obsession... Its not rage, its hate over Hills loosing and President Trump,a a republican, won..That simple..

The only reason there were no indictments is because BO kept his DOJ, FBI and IRS in check with him.. Have you not learned this and those involved.. BO, McCabe, Rosenstein, Comey, hillary, Podesta, Pelosi, Waters etcetcetc....

I consider you intelligent and know that you know better than this post..
Not hypocritical at all... I was speaking of the c... (show quote)


Short memory you have. The Republicans controlled the House since 2010 until last year and the Senate since 2014. The Republicans has their share of investigations and stonewalling.

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May 12, 2019 23:45:22   #
Seth (a regular here)
 
no propaganda please wrote:
The Real Democratic Agenda: To Impeach Trump
[National Review]
Matthew Continetti
,National Review•May 11, 2019

And you thought that Democrats won the House out of fear Republicans would drop coverage of preexisting conditions. That they wanted to spend this Congress addressing the cost of prescription drugs, building roads and bridges, resolving the legal status of DACA recipients, expanding gun background checks. Don’t be silly! Rashida Tlaib let spill the real Democratic agenda back in January, when she said they were going to “impeach the motherf***er.”

Democrats have a problem. The base wants to impeach President Trump, ASAP, but the public does not. Indeed, Trump’s approval rating is the highest it’s been in the Gallup survey, right around Obama’s at this point in his term. The brute facts of public opinion suggest that the impeachment of Trump would look more like Bill Clinton’s trial than Richard Nixon’s. Not only would Trump remain in office; the backlash might deprive the Democrats of their 17-seat House majority.

For months, Nancy Pelosi’s solution has been to walk right up to the line of impeachment without actually crossing it. Unleash committee chairmen to fire their subpoena cannons in every direction. Make unrealistic demands of Attorney General Barr. Have Swalwell and Lieu and the rest of the cable gang keep alive the conspiracy theory that the Trump campaign was in criminal cahoots with Russia. Drag out the process into next year, when a weakened and bedraggled Trump faces the eventual Democratic nominee. That way Pelosi gets the political benefits of impeachment without the costs.

It’s not working. Pelosi’s rhetoric has moved in the direction of Rashida’s (minus the profanity). She’s gone from saying Trump isn’t worth impeachment, to saying Trump is goading the Democrats into impeachment, to saying Trump is “self-impeaching,” if that’s even a thing. She jokes about the jail cell in the basement of Congress, her Judiciary Committee has found Barr in contempt, and she shares Jerry Nadler’s hysterical opinion that the United States is in the midst of a constitutional crisis because he can’t read the grand-jury information of a report you can download for free. On the other side of the building, Chuck Schumer is accusing Mitch McConnell of aiding and abetting a crime that Robert Mueller could not bring himself to say actually happened.

What changed? President Trump’s preference for confrontation over consensus is part of the reason, but only a part. Congress and the president fight all the time. The reality is that impeachment talk is the only thing holding the Democrats together. Pelosi’s heralded agenda is a flop. Her party is divided on health care, on immigration, on abortion. Whatever legislation she does pass is destined to meet the Grim Reaper in the Senate. The two dozen 2020 candidates are uninspiring. There’s no war to defund. And the economic headlines are dynamite.

Legal warfare against Trump obscures these weaknesses. Doesn’t matter if no voter brings up Mueller outside the Beltway. Without teasing impeachment, no one would care about Democrats inside the Beltway. Two of three cable news channels are desperate for Trump scandals, real or imagined. The Democrats might as well give it to them. Or at least pretend to.

In recent weeks the Democrats have turned into a bizarre version of the caricature of Trump they regularly denounce. They lambaste Trump for indulging in conspiracy theories, but the Russia investigation has become their Benghazi, a scandal too complicated and not quite substantive enough to inflame the public imagination. They went after Trump for the “lock her up” chants at his rallies but flirt with jailing both the attorney general and secretary of the Treasury, passed a New York state law directed at a single individual (forbidden in the Constitution as a bill of attainder), and speculate endlessly about how the president might one day end up behind bars. Pelosi says she worries Trump might not accept a loss in 2020 as Hillary Clinton says the election was stolen from her and the entire Democratic party indulges in the ludicrous fantasy that Stacey Abrams is the legitimate governor of a state she lost by more than 50,000 votes amid record minority turnout.

This is not a serious party. It has abandoned policy for litigation, and common sense for fantasies of Medicare for All, Green New Deals, abortion after birth, and slavery reparations. The Democrats assume impeachment will be Trump’s Watergate. It may well turn out to be their Waterloo.

This column originally appeared in the Washington Free Beacon.
The Real Democratic Agenda: To Impeach Trump br N... (show quote)



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May 13, 2019 00:00:16   #
lindajoy (a regular here)
 
markc wrote:
Short memory you have. The Republicans controlled the House since 2010 until last year and the Senate since 2014. The Republicans has their share of investigations and stonewalling.


Didn’t say they didn’t...
Refer to the topic title please..

In 2006 the Democrats win back the House and gain control of the Senate thanks to two independent Senators who vote with the Democrats.

Actually, 2010 was a split.. Republicans got the House back in the midterm but the dems retained the Senate..

In 2014~~The Republicans pick up nine Senate seats to win a total majority in Congress....

By 2016 they proceed to sit on their asses obstructing, dismissing and trying to reign in Trump.. When they found they could not, things finally started to show at least some continuity in uniting but by then midterms showed up and they lost the House 2018..Two years of stalemating, not getting things accomplished given the external forces (coup) to oust President Trump..etc they lose

Perhaps before making your comments you should search your memory a bit more..

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May 13, 2019 02:29:42   #
maximus (a regular here)
 
Lonewolf wrote:
Did you forget Mueller found 8 acts of obstruction that had more than enough evidence to convict him,and provide grounds for impeachment,


Then, why, oh why? did he not do so? Is it the same reason that Fox did NOT prosecute Smollett, even tho he was guilty as dirt. Did he get paid off by the Russians? Even tho liberals say the Clinton's and Obama had nothing to do with it, after the Uranium One deal, Bill made a cool $1,000,000 for 2 speeches in ...yep, Russia. In fact, he made 13 speeches for $500,000 or more AFTER he left the WH, and eleven of those were while Hillary was Secretary of State. Was it because there was no evidence as you suggest?

Come on now, why did Mueller have Trump dead to rights and did nothing?

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May 13, 2019 03:12:28   #
Seth (a regular here)
 
lindajoy wrote:
Not hypocritical at all... I was speaking of the criminal hill dem elite and their obsession... Its not rage, its hate over Hills loosing and President Trump,a a republican, won..That simple..

The only reason there were no indictments is because BO kept his DOJ, FBI and IRS in check with him.. Have you not learned this and those involved.. BO, McCabe, Rosenstein, Comey, hillary, Podesta, Pelosi, Waters etcetcetc....

I consider you intelligent and know that you know better than this post..
Not hypocritical at all... I was speaking of the c... (show quote)


In Rosenstein's case, seeing the writing on the wall, the mutt developed a case of "the truth" when he and Barr signed off on the Mueller report, and then "resigned."

Look for his sudden cooperativeness to receive "honorable mention" during his plea deal once Barr and Horowitz are both done with their respective investigations.

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May 13, 2019 06:04:52   #
jSmitty45 (a regular here)
 
no propaganda please wrote:
The Real Democratic Agenda: To Impeach Trump
[National Review]
Matthew Continetti
,National Review•May 11, 2019

And you thought that Democrats won the House out of fear Republicans would drop coverage of preexisting conditions. That they wanted to spend this Congress addressing the cost of prescription drugs, building roads and bridges, resolving the legal status of DACA recipients, expanding gun background checks. Don’t be silly! Rashida Tlaib let spill the real Democratic agenda back in January, when she said they were going to “impeach the motherf***er.”

Democrats have a problem. The base wants to impeach President Trump, ASAP, but the public does not. Indeed, Trump’s approval rating is the highest it’s been in the Gallup survey, right around Obama’s at this point in his term. The brute facts of public opinion suggest that the impeachment of Trump would look more like Bill Clinton’s trial than Richard Nixon’s. Not only would Trump remain in office; the backlash might deprive the Democrats of their 17-seat House majority.

For months, Nancy Pelosi’s solution has been to walk right up to the line of impeachment without actually crossing it. Unleash committee chairmen to fire their subpoena cannons in every direction. Make unrealistic demands of Attorney General Barr. Have Swalwell and Lieu and the rest of the cable gang keep alive the conspiracy theory that the Trump campaign was in criminal cahoots with Russia. Drag out the process into next year, when a weakened and bedraggled Trump faces the eventual Democratic nominee. That way Pelosi gets the political benefits of impeachment without the costs.

It’s not working. Pelosi’s rhetoric has moved in the direction of Rashida’s (minus the profanity). She’s gone from saying Trump isn’t worth impeachment, to saying Trump is goading the Democrats into impeachment, to saying Trump is “self-impeaching,” if that’s even a thing. She jokes about the jail cell in the basement of Congress, her Judiciary Committee has found Barr in contempt, and she shares Jerry Nadler’s hysterical opinion that the United States is in the midst of a constitutional crisis because he can’t read the grand-jury information of a report you can download for free. On the other side of the building, Chuck Schumer is accusing Mitch McConnell of aiding and abetting a crime that Robert Mueller could not bring himself to say actually happened.

What changed? President Trump’s preference for confrontation over consensus is part of the reason, but only a part. Congress and the president fight all the time. The reality is that impeachment talk is the only thing holding the Democrats together. Pelosi’s heralded agenda is a flop. Her party is divided on health care, on immigration, on abortion. Whatever legislation she does pass is destined to meet the Grim Reaper in the Senate. The two dozen 2020 candidates are uninspiring. There’s no war to defund. And the economic headlines are dynamite.

Legal warfare against Trump obscures these weaknesses. Doesn’t matter if no voter brings up Mueller outside the Beltway. Without teasing impeachment, no one would care about Democrats inside the Beltway. Two of three cable news channels are desperate for Trump scandals, real or imagined. The Democrats might as well give it to them. Or at least pretend to.

In recent weeks the Democrats have turned into a bizarre version of the caricature of Trump they regularly denounce. They lambaste Trump for indulging in conspiracy theories, but the Russia investigation has become their Benghazi, a scandal too complicated and not quite substantive enough to inflame the public imagination. They went after Trump for the “lock her up” chants at his rallies but flirt with jailing both the attorney general and secretary of the Treasury, passed a New York state law directed at a single individual (forbidden in the Constitution as a bill of attainder), and speculate endlessly about how the president might one day end up behind bars. Pelosi says she worries Trump might not accept a loss in 2020 as Hillary Clinton says the election was stolen from her and the entire Democratic party indulges in the ludicrous fantasy that Stacey Abrams is the legitimate governor of a state she lost by more than 50,000 votes amid record minority turnout.

This is not a serious party. It has abandoned policy for litigation, and common sense for fantasies of Medicare for All, Green New Deals, abortion after birth, and slavery reparations. The Democrats assume impeachment will be Trump’s Watergate. It may well turn out to be their Waterloo.

This column originally appeared in the Washington Free Beacon.
The Real Democratic Agenda: To Impeach Trump br N... (show quote)


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May 13, 2019 06:48:24   #
PeterS (a regular here)
 
no propaganda please wrote:
The Real Democratic Agenda: To Impeach Trump
[National Review]
Matthew Continetti
,National Review•May 11, 2019

And you thought that Democrats won the House out of fear Republicans would drop coverage of preexisting conditions. That they wanted to spend this Congress addressing the cost of prescription drugs, building roads and bridges, resolving the legal status of DACA recipients, expanding gun background checks. Don’t be silly! Rashida Tlaib let spill the real Democratic agenda back in January, when she said they were going to “impeach the motherf***er.”

Democrats have a problem. The base wants to impeach President Trump, ASAP, but the public does not. Indeed, Trump’s approval rating is the highest it’s been in the Gallup survey, right around Obama’s at this point in his term. The brute facts of public opinion suggest that the impeachment of Trump would look more like Bill Clinton’s trial than Richard Nixon’s. Not only would Trump remain in office; the backlash might deprive the Democrats of their 17-seat House majority.

For months, Nancy Pelosi’s solution has been to walk right up to the line of impeachment without actually crossing it. Unleash committee chairmen to fire their subpoena cannons in every direction. Make unrealistic demands of Attorney General Barr. Have Swalwell and Lieu and the rest of the cable gang keep alive the conspiracy theory that the Trump campaign was in criminal cahoots with Russia. Drag out the process into next year, when a weakened and bedraggled Trump faces the eventual Democratic nominee. That way Pelosi gets the political benefits of impeachment without the costs.

It’s not working. Pelosi’s rhetoric has moved in the direction of Rashida’s (minus the profanity). She’s gone from saying Trump isn’t worth impeachment, to saying Trump is goading the Democrats into impeachment, to saying Trump is “self-impeaching,” if that’s even a thing. She jokes about the jail cell in the basement of Congress, her Judiciary Committee has found Barr in contempt, and she shares Jerry Nadler’s hysterical opinion that the United States is in the midst of a constitutional crisis because he can’t read the grand-jury information of a report you can download for free. On the other side of the building, Chuck Schumer is accusing Mitch McConnell of aiding and abetting a crime that Robert Mueller could not bring himself to say actually happened.

What changed? President Trump’s preference for confrontation over consensus is part of the reason, but only a part. Congress and the president fight all the time. The reality is that impeachment talk is the only thing holding the Democrats together. Pelosi’s heralded agenda is a flop. Her party is divided on health care, on immigration, on abortion. Whatever legislation she does pass is destined to meet the Grim Reaper in the Senate. The two dozen 2020 candidates are uninspiring. There’s no war to defund. And the economic headlines are dynamite.

Legal warfare against Trump obscures these weaknesses. Doesn’t matter if no voter brings up Mueller outside the Beltway. Without teasing impeachment, no one would care about Democrats inside the Beltway. Two of three cable news channels are desperate for Trump scandals, real or imagined. The Democrats might as well give it to them. Or at least pretend to.

In recent weeks the Democrats have turned into a bizarre version of the caricature of Trump they regularly denounce. They lambaste Trump for indulging in conspiracy theories, but the Russia investigation has become their Benghazi, a scandal too complicated and not quite substantive enough to inflame the public imagination. They went after Trump for the “lock her up” chants at his rallies but flirt with jailing both the attorney general and secretary of the Treasury, passed a New York state law directed at a single individual (forbidden in the Constitution as a bill of attainder), and speculate endlessly about how the president might one day end up behind bars. Pelosi says she worries Trump might not accept a loss in 2020 as Hillary Clinton says the election was stolen from her and the entire Democratic party indulges in the ludicrous fantasy that Stacey Abrams is the legitimate governor of a state she lost by more than 50,000 votes amid record minority turnout.

This is not a serious party. It has abandoned policy for litigation, and common sense for fantasies of Medicare for All, Green New Deals, abortion after birth, and slavery reparations. The Democrats assume impeachment will be Trump’s Watergate. It may well turn out to be their Waterloo.

This column originally appeared in the Washington Free Beacon.
The Real Democratic Agenda: To Impeach Trump br N... (show quote)

So when do the impeachment trials start?

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May 13, 2019 07:09:52   #
bylm1-Bernie (a regular here)
 
PeterS wrote:
So when do the impeachment trials start?



As soon as the Dems gain control of the Senate, so they will have a ghost of a chance to oust Trump.

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May 13, 2019 07:38:55   #
lindajoy (a regular here)
 
debeda wrote:
Good morning young lady!! Hope your mother's day is AMAZING😘👸👸👸👸👸🌹🌹🌹🌹


Good Morning deb~~ very nice and I hope yours was as well...🌹🌹🌺⭐️

Our legacy left in our child(ren) is such a gift back when we see them growing up..

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May 13, 2019 07:47:05   #
lindajoy (a regular here)
 
Seth wrote:
In Rosenstein's case, seeing the writing on the wall, the mutt developed a case of "the truth" when he and Barr signed off on the Mueller report, and then "resigned."

Look for his sudden cooperativeness to receive "honorable mention" during his plea deal once Barr and Horowitz are both done with their respective investigations.


Have said similar and that is exactly what he is doing!! Amazing how those not satisfied with Mueller's report now claim he’s hiding things too..Wonder boy went straight to the wolves in their eyes.😳

They don’t even acknowledge Barr invited Mueller to read his findings before submitting it not once but twice and Mueller declined the need to do so.. I think because he knew Rosenstein was in it with Barr and would insure Barr reported actual findings of law..

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May 13, 2019 07:48:59   #
lindajoy (a regular here)
 
PeterS wrote:
So when do the impeachment trials start?


Give it time Peter, its just not strategically necessary yet...It’ll come about closer to campaigning time..

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May 13, 2019 08:03:41   #
lindajoy (a regular here)
 
Jakebrake wrote:
Glad the VA is working for you Jim.

The VA is my only healthcare provider, and here in Denver it's abysmal since they moved to that new albatross in Aurora. Parking is abhorrent, the place is a monstrosity, and just try getting someone to answer the phone. Thus I transferred to the Golden Clinic with a new doctor. Oh boy~


Occasionally, not near enough, I give time to the VA, it is horrendous the triple everything with antiquated computer and system!!

Not to mention being months behind in updates of patient medical records and needs!! Short staffed, incompetents galore..!! I have personally witnessed employee chats over doing their damn jobs, etc..

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