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    The investigative reporter from The New Yorker was interviewed… here is an article he wrote

    https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2...ks-shadow-rule

    Again you put your head in the sand…. as you did early on about trump.

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    As with so many things, I think we are too far downstream to ever know what precisely went on. I watched (CNN) Blinken's reluctance and ultimate refusal to agree with Jake Tapper that there should be any repercussions for Musk. Muck refused to activate Starlink far enough to cover Sevastopol. He says he didn't have US gov't. permission to extend coverage to Crimea.

    What is true? I agree we all need to pull our heads out of the sand, but then we need to look in all directions.

    Everything about Blinken's silence and his body language said to me that we are not being told the whole story.

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    Apparently now when republicans don’t like the results of an election the plan is to impeach the election winner without any sort of evidence of wrongdoing. The shitbags in Wisconsin are apparently following in the footsteps of the shitbags in DC. And with the extreme gerrymander in Wisconsin there’s not a damn thing the voters can do to get rid of the unpopular Republican shitbags.

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    Yes, I voted for the woman you are referring to before I moved. Unfortunately Texas is full of the same.

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    I see that Kevin McCarthy is such a weak speaker of the house that he couldn’t get any spending bill passed, even with the draconian cuts demanded by the ‘burn it all down’ wing of his party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp1 View Post
    I see that Kevin McCarthy is such a weak speaker of the house that he couldn’t get any spending bill passed, even with the draconian cuts demanded by the ‘burn it all down’ wing of his party.
    That's what happens when every Democrat in the House, as well as a few Republicans, votes against your temporary extension of the continuing resolution. I wonder why they want the government to shut down? Is there a political advantage to be had if an entire party refuses to cooperate, perhaps by blaming the other party?
    "Things should be made as simple as possible, but not one bit simpler." ~ Albert Einstein

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    Maybe McCarthy should’ve pushed through the broadly bipartisan senate bill that passed. Or done a better job of counting votes so that he wouldn’t look like the sad ass that he is. But if he can’t even get the burners to vote for a bill that included much of their demented wish list he’s just a pathetic failure. Only people truly lost in the maga bubble will believe the silly trump party talking points that it was democrats who caused the shutdown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp1 View Post
    Only people truly lost in the maga bubble will believe the silly trump party talking points that it was democrats who caused the shutdown.
    "Things should be made as simple as possible, but not one bit simpler." ~ Albert Einstein

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    LOL. Are you trying to deny that trump is unquestionably the head of your political party? The dude knows he doesn’t even have to show up for the debates since they are actually VP debates. And apparently all of them lost last night since he has stated that he doesn’t know that any of them are worthy of being his VP for the 2024 election.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp1 View Post
    Only people truly lost in the maga bubble will believe the silly trump party talking points that it was democrats who caused the shutdown.
    According to CNN, more people blame Biden & the Democrats in Congress than Republicans. Go figure...

    https://twitter.com/RNCResearch/stat...r-him-n2164487
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