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  • Independent
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    Chris Christie is using the "closed" beach for himself; he says he's got an house there, so he can use the beach for his whole family. Trump on an rally last night said "I'm the President, and you're not"

    I guess that is the Republican mindset. He probably forgot that the people appointed him and therefore as a job has to serve the "people" ; not himself. The same applies to Christie.

    Especially Trump has no clue what the job is all about and thinks that he can "elbow" the whole world and let them dance to his will. The coming week he will get some surprises for sure.

    He trows an "tweet" out wrestling CNN (an modified original clip in which he body slams someone with an CNN logo) the weird part was that plenty of GOP fanatics approved of that.

    In the meantime he's having pity with an British child who's got some terrible health problems.

    He jumps all over the place and is an total "mental" case, which we sent to Europe; where are the brains in this country? Who will stop this; I guess it is just about time.

  • Liberal
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    Republican minds- "I'm better than everyone else and deserved to be treated with the respect I refuse to give you".
  • Strongly Liberal Democrat
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    Focused on themselves and nothing else matters. That nothing else matters to an extent beyond comprehension. If people suffer more and die sooner matters not at all to them, it is the fault of the individual.
  • Center Left
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    You're either on the inside or on the outside. Good and bad, wealthy and poor. Privileged or not.
  • Strongly Liberal Democrat
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    Chet Ruminski Wrote: Focused on themselves and nothing else matters. That nothing else matters to an extent beyond comprehension. If people suffer more and die sooner matters not at all to them, it is the fault of the individual.
    So I read the above post and think that must be a disgruntled complainer. But I looked at the intent of the intended Health Care Bill and say, there is the proof. The upper echelon has no consideration for the the people they have under employed and unemployed. The absolute contradiction is that full employment of life style sustaining job is within reach without any give aways, charity, subsidies or entitlements. Just put money to work. It is a proven concept until the system was broken in favor of no product income.
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    Dutch Wrote:

    the brains in this country? Who will stop this; I guess it is just about time.

    Trump will stop it himself either by resigning or being impeached. He has shown so little self control and he will continue to push\abuse his presidential powers just like any 10 year old would do if give the same powers and lack of supervision. He is testing the limits of what he can do, and like a 10 year old spoiled boy, he will do something seriously wrong that it will force congress to start impeachment processes, and Trump likely to resign before that process is complete.

    I disagree with the perception that republican leader will sit back and let Trump do anything\everything he wants.

  • Center Left
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    The overnight Tweet with the wrestling video and Trump grabbing the character with CNN over his face was classy and dignified. What a freaking clown show we have now. A bad reality television star slicing up medical coverage to give everyone at the country club a serious tax cut.

    I hope fate or karma comes in a nefarious form and that it's absolute.

  • Liberal Democrat
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    Dutch Wrote:

    Chris Christie is using the "closed" beach for himself; he says he's got an house there, so he can use the beach for his whole family. Trump on an rally last night said "I'm the President, and you're not"

    I guess that is the Republican mindset. He probably forgot that the people appointed him and therefore as a job has to serve the "people" ; not himself. The same applies to Christie.

    Especially Trump has no clue what the job is all about and thinks that he can "elbow" the whole world and let them dance to his will. The coming week he will get some surprises for sure.

    He trows an "tweet" out wrestling CNN (an modified original clip in which he body slams someone with an CNN logo) the weird part was that plenty of GOP fanatics approved of that.

    In the meantime he's having pity with an British child who's got some terrible health problems.

    He jumps all over the place and is an total "mental" case, which we sent to Europe; where are the brains in this country? Who will stop this; I guess it is just about time.

    Executive privilege Dutch. Do as I say, not as I do.
  • Independent
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    Dockadams Wrote:
    Dutch Wrote:

    Chris Christie is using the "closed" beach for himself; he says he's got an house there, so he can use the beach for his whole family. Trump on an rally last night said "I'm the President, and you're not"

    I guess that is the Republican mindset. He probably forgot that the people appointed him and therefore as a job has to serve the "people" ; not himself. The same applies to Christie.

    Especially Trump has no clue what the job is all about and thinks that he can "elbow" the whole world and let them dance to his will. The coming week he will get some surprises for sure.

    He trows an "tweet" out wrestling CNN (an modified original clip in which he body slams someone with an CNN logo) the weird part was that plenty of GOP fanatics approved of that.

    In the meantime he's having pity with an British child who's got some terrible health problems.

    He jumps all over the place and is an total "mental" case, which we sent to Europe; where are the brains in this country? Who will stop this; I guess it is just about time.

    Executive privilege Dutch. Do as I say, not as I do.
    Like I said about the British child he cares for; what about all the all the sick and deformed kids here, who may not get any healthcare anymore because of him? As well the thousands of kids who we kill with our bombs in Syria or the kids in Sudan or Yemen for which we supply the weapons to kill them. Talking about the super hypocrite murderer named Trump.
  • Liberal Democrat
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    One thing is for sure, if Trump cared for American citizens, he wouldn't be beating the drum of just repealing the ACA and working on another bill at a later date, how is he supposed to be a caring individual concerning world events such as pretending to care about people who were gassed by their own government? Yes Dutch, he is indeed a hypocrite.

    Christie falls into that same mold too. He cares less about the people who put him in office, people in NJ have been dumbed down too.

  • Independent
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    Today (july 9th, 2017) on Meet The Press they had the head of DNC (Tom Perez) and head of RNC (Ronna Romney McDaniel). In this specific instance, the head of RNC (mostly)spoke in realistic, nonpartisan, lanaguage. The head of DNC, was nothing but an attack dog, saying the same partisian BS we hear from both parties all the time. You know reducing everything to a stereotype: "All Republicans love the rich, hate the poor, Republicans want to take money from the poor, and give it to the rich, etc, etc, etc". Every single word out of his mouth was talking points, not a single thing he said was not word for word out the playbook.

    If I were to score it, RNC hit a homerun for making an effort to be non partisian and put aside the Republican talking points. DNC strikes out of ignoring the RNC's effort to find common ground.

  • Liberal Democrat
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    It's hardly bipartisanship when an important bill as a healthcare bill is, is worked on and crafted by repugs behind closed doors in secrecy and only a handful of republicans are privy to it, without even asking other republicans for input, let alone any democrats OR Independents, but, some people seem to like other people who smirk, smile, lie and interrupt another person who is trying to make a point about the way the other party seems to be conducting business in the congress.

    How many republicans voted in favor of the ACA?

    answer: O, NONE, ZERO, NOTTA. you get what you give. Want bipartisanship? How about a shot to Venus or Pluto?

    Obama many times tried reaching across the aisle for republicans, and they slapped his hand. So, let's not get into this bullshit of the RNC hitting a home run or wanting bipartisanship, it's just another ball hit by that party that curved into foul territory.Crying

  • Independent
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    Here is another image of the trump culture:

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    Notice the position of Trump; certainly not in the center; Merkel has called the meeting therefore the G19

  • Center Left
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    Republican minds

    A recent poll says Republicans don't always agree that higher education is a good thing. Democrats can agree to disagree.

    thehill.com/homenews/news/341305-poll-m...

  • Independent
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    TJ, yes keep them dumb, then they will follow the "herd" and become manageable "robots"

    Note: Of course it depends on what they teach in college's etc. I've got the idea that they in Europe, China, India etc. give more education on analytic thinking ; not just "book" knowledge as they do here.