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Reince Priebus Whining

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  • Liberal Democrat
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    Yesterday, I'm watching Meet The Press with moderator Chuck Todd, he had Priebus as a guest, and the discussion began with Trump appointments. Todd asked him why Trump hasn't filled vacancies like previous presidents have much quicker.

    Priebus (Mr. Teabagger) from Wisconsin cited unprecedented obstruction from democrats.

    Say What?

    Mr. Obstructionist Extraordinaire really did say that word, obstructionism. Wait a minute pal. What about your role in the tea party when Obama was trying to appoint people, and get legislation passed? Damn you have a very short memory!

    nbcnews.com/meet-the-press/video/rubio-...

    Priebus past experience as a lawmaker? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reince_Priebus

    Priebus, the Koch Whore, "Priebus' leadership and involvement in the grassroots Tea Party movement that swept the state and the nation".[27] Priebus told delegates in his letter: "I will keep expenses low. I will put in strong and serious controls. We will raise the necessary funds to make sure we are successful. We will work to regain the confidence of our donor base and I will personally call our major donors to ask them to rejoin our efforts at the RNC."[28] "

    Now here's obstructionism Reince: rightwingwatch.org/post/the-senate-gops...

    crooksandliars.com/jon-perr/republicans...

  • Independent
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    Dockadams Wrote:

    Yesterday, I'm watching Meet The Press with moderator Chuck Todd, he had Priebus as a guest, and the discussion began with Trump appointments. Todd asked him why Trump hasn't filled vacancies like previous presidents have much quicker.

    Priebus (Mr. Teabagger) from Wisconsin cited unprecedented obstruction from democrats.

    Say What?

    Mr. Obstructionist Extraordinaire really did say that word, obstructionism. Wait a minute pal. What about your role in the tea party when Obama was trying to appoint people, and get legislation passed? Damn you have a very short memory!

    nbcnews.com/meet-the-press/video/rubio-...

    Priebus past experience as a lawmaker? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reince_Priebus

    Priebus, the Koch Whore, "Priebus' leadership and involvement in the grassroots Tea Party movement that swept the state and the nation".[27] Priebus told delegates in his letter: "I will keep expenses low. I will put in strong and serious controls. We will raise the necessary funds to make sure we are successful. We will work to regain the confidence of our donor base and I will personally call our major donors to ask them to rejoin our efforts at the RNC."[28] "

    Now here's obstructionism Reince: rightwingwatch.org/post/the-senate-gops...

    crooksandliars.com/jon-perr/republicans...

    Priebus is one of these people, I met many times in my job. They always smile and are the "yes" types who kick you in your back if you're not looking. In Dutch they call these types "achter de elleboog", which means "hypocrite/sneaky" types.

    These types always act with how the wind blows (as they say in Dutch); people like that never can be trusted.

  • Liberal Democrat
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    Your statement of acting how the wind blows is troubling. Especially since the congress is going to try to muddle though border wall funding, the federal budget, repealing the ACA, they have so much to work on and try to get done by next Saturday? Who will Priebus side with, mainstream and moderate republicans, or the freedom caucus who shot down Trumpcare?

    The republicans have the majority in the house and senate, and still can't govern. And then, there's always blame democrats for their failures, just as Priebus did on Meet The Press.

    After reading about Priebus' past experiences, he's relatively a new comer to politics, just as some new faces appeared in the 2010 midterms, some of whom were thrown out of office once people realized the burdens those tea baggers ended up being.