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  1. http://www.gocomics.com/tomtoles/2017/04/28
  2. Stop muddying the waters Who knew trolling this piece of poo racist government hotline could be so complicated?
  3. So zero.
  4. this thread, I do not think it's about what you think it's about like every other thread
  5. Yes and its really necessary to go after Bill Nye compared to Trump How many threads around here have you actually started where you were going after Trump?
  6. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/flynn-probe-highlights-gops-amazing-double-standard-for-clinton_us_59024cb1e4b05c39767d24b2?section=us_politics WASHINGTON ― One thing the slow-moving probe into President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn shows is the remarkable double standard Republicans maintain when it comes to investigating Hillary Clinton, the top Democrat on the House Oversight Committee suggested Thursday. Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) was expressing frustration with the lack of Republican cooperation in the investigation into the details of the former general, who quit the national security adviser post early this year after it became clear that he never disclosed payments he received from groups funded by Russia. “The Republicans are not helping us. You’ve got to understand that. They’re not helping. And they could help,” Cummings told reporters on Capitol Hill. Cummings’ GOP counterpart, Oversight Committee chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) has signed letters seeking more information about Flynn. The intelligence committees in the House and Senate are also looking into Flynn and Trump’s Russia ties but have so far shown little progress. But GOP leaders have not echoed that effort and Chaffetz has not pushed the issue. Cummings compared such efforts ― or the lack of them ― to the repeated probes of Hillary Clinton. There were nine investigations of the 2012 Benghazi, Libya attacks, including the partisan Select Committee on Benghazi. They never found any wrongdoing by Clinton, although the select committee uncovered her ill-advised use of a private email system. Over the course of those probes, the GOP issued numerous subpoenas, going after people down to the level of Clinton’s tech support guy. “If they spent one thousandth of the time going after Trump ― President Trump ― that they spent with Hillary Clinton, he’d be in big trouble,” Cummings said. “When Hillary Clinton was up, going through what she was going through, they were subpoenaing ― every other day. They were holding emergency hearings,” Cummings recalled. “All they’ve got to do is use a little bit of that same effort in this regard.” Clinton repeatedly testified to Congress over the controversies, including one marathon 11-hour session. Cummings said he’s asked Chaffetz to call Flynn to testify, and Chaffetz refused. “I think the American people need to hear from Gen. Flynn. Keep in mind, what his attorney said. He said he’s got a story to tell,” Cummings said. “I am interested to know what that story is. And the implication is he has a lot of information that will help the American people and those looking into this get to the bottom of it.”
  7. Attacking Bill Nye is the loony rights new hobby. Seen all kinds of dopey crap about him in the last couple of weeks. The right is actually going after a TV show scientist after electing a TV show President.
  8. The House is going to start an investigation on how Hillarys email servers and Obamas wiretaps are currently wrecking the economy.
  9. the extra hamsters paid off
  10. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/trump-says-he-thought-being-president-would-be-easier-than-his-old-life_us_5902b2c6e4b0bb2d086c6c09?ncid=inblnkushpmg00000009&ncid=inblnkushpmg00000009 President Donald Trump on Thursday reflected on his first 100 days in office with a wistful look at his life before the White House. “I loved my previous life. I had so many things going,” Trump told Reuters in an interview. “This is more work than in my previous life. I thought it would be easier.” A wealthy businessman from New York, Trump assumed public office for the first time when he entered the White House on Jan. 20 after he defeated former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in an upset. More than five months after his victory and two days shy of the 100-day mark of his presidency, the election is still on Trump’s mind. Midway through a discussion about Chinese President Xi Jinping, the president paused to hand out copies of what he said were the latest figures from the 2016 electoral map. “Here, you can take that, that’s the final map of the numbers,” the Republican president said from his desk in the Oval Office, handing out maps of the United States with areas he won marked in red. “It’s pretty good, right? The red is obviously us.” He had copies for each of the three Reuters reporters in the room.
  11. yes, only here, out of the whole internet, is the only place this could possibly happen
  12. GOP lawmaker backtracks on voting plan after suggestions it could help Jennifer Roberts http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/politics-government/article147150049.html
  13. my wife used the RT ratings as the reason I should watch it with her.
  14. The Blame Obama phase White House blames Obama administration for Flynn security clearance Trump's former national security adviser did not disclose foreign payments, despite a warning from the Pentagon in 2014. Did Trump's White House do a good job vetting Flynn before he took on his role? Asked this today, Spicer blamed the Obama administration, saying Flynn got top security clearance last year. Spicer said Trump's White House didn't review Flynn's security clearance, but rather relied on previous clearance from the Obama administration. The press secretary leaned on this response several times throughout the briefing.