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Ole Olson57,761It has come to light that Google has started funding and supporting some of the most vile right wing extremist collectives and corporate front groups in America. Join us by changing your avatar and boycotting every single Google service for one day in protest.  *On Wednesday, December 11th make a serious attempt to not use anything Google.* No Google Searches. No Google+. No gmail. No Youtube. No Google Calendar. No Blogger. No Google Maps. No Google Photos. No Google translate. No Google reverse image search. No Google Play. No Google Drive. No Google Books. No Google Shopping. Nothing.  (Android is immune since it is Open Source).  If nothing else, just think of this as a challenge to see if you are able to spend a day on the internet without using a single Google product or service or just take the day off and enjoy the real world for a change.  _Google, many of us are your most loyal users, and we love the technical direction everything is heading by rolling all services into Google+_ but it must be understood in no uncertain terms that we vehemently disagree with your decision to start to fund proto-fascist, right wing extremist, anti-environmental, anti-worker, and anti-science shock fronts like: •ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council) •American Conservative Union •Americans for Tax Reform •CATO Institute •Federalist Society •George Mason University Law School Law and Economics Center •Heritage Action •Mercatus Center •National Taxpayers Union •R Street Institute •Texas Public Policy Foundation ________________________________________________ *More information:* Don’t Be Evil? Google Funding a Slew of Right-Wing Groups http://billmoyers.com/2013/12/04/dont-be-evil-google-funding-a-slew-of-right-wing-groups/ Tell Google CEO Larry Page to Cut Ties with ALEC http://org.salsalabs.com/o/632/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=14651 Tell Google: Don't Be Evil With ALEC http://act.rootsaction.org/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=8648 #ShameOnGoogle  #Google    #DontBeEvil  One Day Boycott of ALL Google Products2013-12-11 07:00:00159  

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2017-05-21 16:00:10 (36 comments; 1 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

Would a president Pence be even worse than Trump?

Although he is eminently more qualified than Trump to be President, his performance to date raises many questions. First, is he really as clueless as to what is going on around him? Has he either no interest in or no actual degree of influence over the conduct of the Commander-in-Chief? What does that say about his leadership ability?…

Third, and this may be the most damning of all indictments, is he consciously or even sub-consciously complicit in the drama that may lead to his boss’s demise? If so, is this done out of cowardice or is it a diabolically strategic political maneuver? Either way the country loses…

To Trump, making America great again represents a return to the 1950’s. To Pence it most likely would represent a return to the 1850’s. Either way we all are put at tremendous risk andthe count... more »

Most reshares: 7

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2017-05-21 21:10:28 (2 comments; 7 reshares; 26 +1s; )Open 

Most plusones: 32

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2017-05-18 16:00:05 (24 comments; 3 reshares; 32 +1s; )Open 

Of course, his followers will just see another black man and say whatever. I bet they don't even know who the man is. Probably will think it's Obama.

#youredoingitwrong 

Latest 50 posts

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2017-05-23 21:14:53 (5 comments; 2 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

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2017-05-23 21:06:34 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

Trump and intelligence don't get along

thanks, +galen stone

Go straight to Hell, Donald. #Collusion #Sedition #Treason #CoverUP
#WeHangTraitors
___Trump and intelligence don't get along

thanks, +galen stone

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2017-05-23 17:08:24 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 12 +1s; )Open 

Good news wrapped in snark

What more could one ask for?


Good news wrapped in snark

What more could one ask for?
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2017-05-22 21:57:13 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

Watch this. Just watch it. It'll make you feel better. Or worse.

thanks, +Valkyrie

This. So much this!


___Watch this. Just watch it. It'll make you feel better. Or worse.

thanks, +Valkyrie

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2017-05-22 21:48:00 (6 comments; 2 reshares; 19 +1s; )Open 

Ohio Supreme Court Justice calls for release of non-violent cannabis users from prison

Small steps...

thanks, +Tom J. Ⓐuer

___Ohio Supreme Court Justice calls for release of non-violent cannabis users from prison

Small steps...

thanks, +Tom J. Ⓐuer

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2017-05-22 21:44:50 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

Flynn misled Pentagon about Russia ties

But of course.

Flynn misled Pentagon about Russia ties

But of course.___

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2017-05-22 01:39:26 (7 comments; 4 reshares; 17 +1s; )Open 

thanks +Merritt Awbrey

___thanks +Merritt Awbrey

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2017-05-22 01:29:14 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 22 +1s; )Open 

thanks +Mary McD

___thanks +Mary McD

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2017-05-21 21:10:28 (2 comments; 7 reshares; 26 +1s; )Open 

Can you say, emoluments?

thanks, +Jane Millerick

___Can you say, emoluments?

thanks, +Jane Millerick

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2017-05-21 17:00:14 (8 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

While you were looking the other direction...

thanks, +MRD 585

Calling all Democrats, Progressives, Liberals and anyone else who cares.
It time to get off of the Trump impeachment train and pay attention to what is really going on!___While you were looking the other direction...

thanks, +MRD 585

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2017-05-21 16:00:10 (36 comments; 1 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

Would a president Pence be even worse than Trump?

Although he is eminently more qualified than Trump to be President, his performance to date raises many questions. First, is he really as clueless as to what is going on around him? Has he either no interest in or no actual degree of influence over the conduct of the Commander-in-Chief? What does that say about his leadership ability?…

Third, and this may be the most damning of all indictments, is he consciously or even sub-consciously complicit in the drama that may lead to his boss’s demise? If so, is this done out of cowardice or is it a diabolically strategic political maneuver? Either way the country loses…

To Trump, making America great again represents a return to the 1950’s. To Pence it most likely would represent a return to the 1850’s. Either way we all are put at tremendous risk andthe count... more »

Would a president Pence be even worse than Trump?

Although he is eminently more qualified than Trump to be President, his performance to date raises many questions. First, is he really as clueless as to what is going on around him? Has he either no interest in or no actual degree of influence over the conduct of the Commander-in-Chief? What does that say about his leadership ability?…

Third, and this may be the most damning of all indictments, is he consciously or even sub-consciously complicit in the drama that may lead to his boss’s demise? If so, is this done out of cowardice or is it a diabolically strategic political maneuver? Either way the country loses…

To Trump, making America great again represents a return to the 1950’s. To Pence it most likely would represent a return to the 1850’s. Either way we all are put at tremendous risk and the country and the people lose.___

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2017-05-20 23:34:59 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

thanks +G. Gibson

___thanks +G. Gibson

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2017-05-20 23:32:16 (2 comments; 4 reshares; 31 +1s; )Open 

thanks +Ed Christian

___thanks +Ed Christian

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2017-05-20 19:52:08 (1 comments; 3 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

Poll says Americans support new kind of limited travel ban

(If only...)

Poll says Americans support new kind of limited travel ban

(If only...)___

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2017-05-20 16:34:49 (2 comments; 3 reshares; 29 +1s; )Open 

thanks, +Ted Ewen

Stolen from facebook...
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2017-05-20 03:11:48 (10 comments; 6 reshares; 20 +1s; )Open 

Trump's first international trip, from his perspective

thanks, +Zachary Horne

Trump's first international trip, from his perspective

thanks, +Zachary Horne___

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2017-05-20 00:46:11 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 16 +1s; )Open 

thanks, +FreakOutNation

Well lookie here...
___thanks, +FreakOutNation

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2017-05-19 22:37:35 (5 comments; 2 reshares; 12 +1s; )Open 

thanks +Sarah Jones

House Republicans Are Terrified Of What The Next Leaks Will Expose
By Sarah Jones

Republican House leadership is worried now about what other leaks could come next. After the leak of a taped conversation with Kevin McCarthy telling Paul Ryan and others that he thought Putin was paying Trump and Republican lawmaker Dana Rohrabacher, House leadership is “agitated."___thanks +Sarah Jones

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2017-05-19 05:54:44 (6 comments; 0 reshares; 21 +1s; )Open 

thanks +Ed Christian and, +David Allee

___thanks +Ed Christian and, +David Allee

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2017-05-19 03:52:02 (10 comments; 0 reshares; 16 +1s; )Open 

Conservatives play tough because they are all chicken-shits. They all live their weaknesses: Gay-haters are gay, Trump hates everyone, etc.



thanks, +Ed Christian

___Conservatives play tough because they are all chicken-shits. They all live their weaknesses: Gay-haters are gay, Trump hates everyone, etc.



thanks, +Ed Christian

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2017-05-18 19:36:28 (14 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

Pathetic.

thanks, +Jürgen Hubert

We interrupt your coverage of US domestic affairs with this special report...___Pathetic.

thanks, +Jürgen Hubert

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2017-05-18 19:24:35 (6 comments; 1 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

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2017-05-18 19:17:25 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Trump as his own worst enemy

It only remains to be seen how long his "friends" in Congress can hold out.

thanks, +Susan Stone and +Eduardo Ramirez

___Trump as his own worst enemy

It only remains to be seen how long his "friends" in Congress can hold out.

thanks, +Susan Stone and +Eduardo Ramirez

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2017-05-18 18:17:19 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

Things that transpired while you were sleeping

thanks, +Dan Bennett

h/t +Ralph Gauthier​___Things that transpired while you were sleeping

thanks, +Dan Bennett

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2017-05-18 17:38:04 (11 comments; 1 reshares; 17 +1s; )Open 

thanks, +Tina Vigilante

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2017-05-18 16:00:05 (24 comments; 3 reshares; 32 +1s; )Open 

+Korinne M Jackman nailed it.

Of course, his followers will just see another black man and say whatever. I bet they don't even know who the man is. Probably will think it's Obama.

#youredoingitwrong ___+Korinne M Jackman nailed it.

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2017-05-18 15:55:13 (3 comments; 1 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Antarctica’s ice sheet may have entered the early stages of an unstoppable disintegration

But nothing to worry about: A rapid disintegration of Antarctica might, in the worst case, cause the sea to rise so fast that tens of millions of coastal refugees would have to flee inland, potentially straining societies to the breaking point.

Antarctica’s ice sheet may have entered the early stages of an unstoppable disintegration

But nothing to worry about: A rapid disintegration of Antarctica might, in the worst case, cause the sea to rise so fast that tens of millions of coastal refugees would have to flee inland, potentially straining societies to the breaking point.___

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2017-05-18 15:38:54 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Sean Spicer hides among the bushes: A lesson in prepositions from Steven Colbert (and Sean Spicer)


Sean Spicer hides among the bushes: A lesson in prepositions from Steven Colbert (and Sean Spicer)
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2017-05-18 15:31:39 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

I never share here. Time to change that. If you have never heard this song, then it is time to change that, too.

I never share here. Time to change that. If you have never heard this song, then it is time to change that, too.___

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2017-05-18 15:25:46 (10 comments; 2 reshares; 18 +1s; )Open 

Trump responding as a 6-year-old would to his circumstances

https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2017/05/16/i-wrote-the-art-of-the-deal-with-trump-his-self-sabotage-is-rooted-in-his-past/

An especially spoiled and unpleasant 6-year-old.

Trump responding as a 6-year-old would to his circumstances

https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2017/05/16/i-wrote-the-art-of-the-deal-with-trump-his-self-sabotage-is-rooted-in-his-past/

An especially spoiled and unpleasant 6-year-old.___

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2017-05-18 03:55:17 (7 comments; 1 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

The case for removal, rather than impeachment

Conservative columnist Ross Douthat on Tuesday argued President Trump should be removed under the 25th Amendment — rather than impeachment…

Short story: Trump is not smart enough to impeach.

“But ultimately I do not believe that our president sufficiently understands the nature of the office that he holds, the nature of the legal constraints that are supposed to bind him, perhaps even the nature of normal human interactions, to be guilty of obstruction of justice in the Nixonian or even Clintonian sense of the phrase,” Douthat writes…

Douthat says Trump lacks the basic qualities necessary for a person to serve as president and notes that it is the president’s own aides and confidantes who are leaking their grievances to the press…

And from there, it just gets worse.

thanks,++Ron Dobbs <... more »

___The case for removal, rather than impeachment

Conservative columnist Ross Douthat on Tuesday argued President Trump should be removed under the 25th Amendment — rather than impeachment…

Short story: Trump is not smart enough to impeach.

“But ultimately I do not believe that our president sufficiently understands the nature of the office that he holds, the nature of the legal constraints that are supposed to bind him, perhaps even the nature of normal human interactions, to be guilty of obstruction of justice in the Nixonian or even Clintonian sense of the phrase,” Douthat writes…

Douthat says Trump lacks the basic qualities necessary for a person to serve as president and notes that it is the president’s own aides and confidantes who are leaking their grievances to the press…

And from there, it just gets worse.

thanks, ++Ron Dobbs

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2017-05-18 03:21:14 (10 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

Top GOP Lawmakers Were Secretly Recorded Saying They Think Putin Pays Trump

FTA: Thanks to the ubiquity of recording devices and the duplicitousness of members of the GOP, we now know that top Republican congressmen were discussing potential collusion between Trump and Putin before he was even nominated. They didn’t care then and they don’t care now.

First, it “never happened”:

When initially asked to comment on the exchange, Brendan Buck, a spokesman for Ryan, said: “That never happened,” and Matt Sparks, a spokesman for McCarthy, said: “The idea that McCarthy would assert this is absurd and false.”

Then, it “was a joke”:

After being told that The Post would cite a recording of the exchange, Buck, speaking for the GOP House leadership, said: “This entire year-old exchange was clearly an attempt at humor. No onebelieved the majority... more »

Top GOP Lawmakers Were Secretly Recorded Saying They Think Putin Pays Trump

FTA: Thanks to the ubiquity of recording devices and the duplicitousness of members of the GOP, we now know that top Republican congressmen were discussing potential collusion between Trump and Putin before he was even nominated. They didn’t care then and they don’t care now.

First, it “never happened”:

When initially asked to comment on the exchange, Brendan Buck, a spokesman for Ryan, said: “That never happened,” and Matt Sparks, a spokesman for McCarthy, said: “The idea that McCarthy would assert this is absurd and false.”

Then, it “was a joke”:

After being told that The Post would cite a recording of the exchange, Buck, speaking for the GOP House leadership, said: “This entire year-old exchange was clearly an attempt at humor. No one believed the majority leader was seriously asserting that Donald Trump or any of our members were being paid by the Russians. What’s more, the speaker and leadership team have repeatedly spoken out against Russia’s interference in our election, and the House continues to investigate that activity.”

Hopefully, it’ll eventually be, “Yes, your honor. I understand the charges against me.” Yeah, right. (And at that point, we’ll all flap our arms and fly to the moon.) But we can dream, can’t we?

Some additional insights into the GOP “mind”:

Ryan: “This is an off the record...[laughter]...No leaks...[laughter]...alright?!. This is how we know we’re a real family here.”

Scalise: “That’s how you know that we’re tight.”

[laughter]

Ryan: “What’s said in the family stays in the family.”

These fuckers aren’t a government, they’re a mafia.

thanks, to +John Baez for the link___

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2017-05-18 03:07:15 (6 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

Mueller Is Considered Comey Ally. His Appointment "May Not Go Over Well In The White House."

There are some fun bits in here, especially toward the end.

Mueller Is Considered Comey Ally. His Appointment "May Not Go Over Well In The White House."

There are some fun bits in here, especially toward the end.___

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2017-05-18 02:09:38 (16 comments; 2 reshares; 21 +1s; )Open 

I don't think "the nation" is the problem. I think the GOP is the problem. Otherwise, this quote is dead-on.

thanks, +Ed Christian

___I don't think "the nation" is the problem. I think the GOP is the problem. Otherwise, this quote is dead-on.

thanks, +Ed Christian

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2017-05-17 23:41:06 (20 comments; 0 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

The “mind” of Trump

From the person who wrote The Art of the Deal.

FTA: Trump was equally clear with me that he didn’t value — nor even necessarily recognize — the qualities that tend to emerge as people grow more secure, such as empathy, generosity, reflectiveness, the capacity to delay gratification or, above all, a conscience, an inner sense of right and wrong. Trump simply didn’t traffic in emotions or interest in others…

The Trump I got to know had no deep ideological beliefs, nor any passionate feeling about anything but his immediate self-interest…

Compare, psychopathy (from Psychology Today): The psychopath can appear normal, even charming. Underneath, he lacks conscience and empathy, making him manipulative, volatile and often (but by no means always) criminal… adult psychopathy is largely impervious totreatment…
<... more »

Eeks. That is all.___The “mind” of Trump

From the person who wrote The Art of the Deal.

FTA: Trump was equally clear with me that he didn’t value — nor even necessarily recognize — the qualities that tend to emerge as people grow more secure, such as empathy, generosity, reflectiveness, the capacity to delay gratification or, above all, a conscience, an inner sense of right and wrong. Trump simply didn’t traffic in emotions or interest in others…

The Trump I got to know had no deep ideological beliefs, nor any passionate feeling about anything but his immediate self-interest…

Compare, psychopathy (from Psychology Today): The psychopath can appear normal, even charming. Underneath, he lacks conscience and empathy, making him manipulative, volatile and often (but by no means always) criminal… adult psychopathy is largely impervious to treatment…

From Wikipedia: … characterized by persistent antisocial behavior, impaired empathy and remorse, and bold, disinhibited, egotistical traits.

Recall that psychopathy typically starts in childhood. From Trump’s childhood: Trump felt compelled to go to war with the world. It was a binary, zero-sum choice for him: You either dominated or you submitted. You either created and exploited fear, or you succumbed to it… This narrow, defensive outlook took hold at a very early age, and it never evolved. “When I look at myself in the first grade and I look at myself now,” he told a recent biographer, “I’m basically the same.” His development essentially ended in early childhood… He admits it: He’s still a (psychopathic) six-year-old.

With evident pride, Trump explained to me that he was “an assertive, aggressive” kid from an early age, and that he had once punched a music teacher in the eye and was nearly expelled from elementary school for his behavior.

Deeply insecure: What Trump craves most deeply is the adulation he has found so fleeting. This goes a long way toward explaining his need for control and why he simply couldn’t abide Comey, who reportedly refused to accede to Trump’s demand for loyalty and whose continuing investigation into Russian interference in the election campaign last year threatens to bring down his presidency. Trump’s need for unquestioning praise and flattery also helps to explain his hostility to democracy and to a free press — both of which thrive on open dissent.

Dangerously lacking self-control: In neurochemical terms, when he feels threatened or thwarted, Trump moves into a fight-or-flight state. His amygdala is triggered, his hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis activates, and his prefrontal cortex — the part of the brain that makes us capable of rationality and reflection — shuts down. He reacts rather than reflects, and damn the consequences. This is what makes his access to the nuclear codes so dangerous and frightening.

thanks, +Lisa Straanger

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2017-05-17 23:11:12 (6 comments; 1 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

Trump's collision course with reality

It was gonna happen sooner or later.

thanks, +Julie Holm

It seems as though the flood of information over the past 10 days has been pushing us to a point that we haven’t yet reached, forcing an explicit choice between the word of the White House and the word of an outside party. The Post’s story about the revelation of classified information came close, but the carefully worded administration responses released Monday didn’t constitute a robust denial of our story. In this case, the denial of the Times report is explicit. Trump’s White House says the report about the Comey memo is not “truthful or accurate.”

Forcing the American public to decide: Whom do you believe, Trump or Comey? Or, in a layer of abstraction that will continue to complicate things, the White House or the reporting of the Times (and others, including The Post)?___Trump's collision course with reality

It was gonna happen sooner or later.

thanks, +Julie Holm

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2017-05-17 23:03:36 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

Fox at wit's end due to Trump

Ah, schadenfreude!

And the cherry on top, FTA: Fox is down in the ratings, and getting regularly beaten by MSNBC

thanks, +Julie Holm

More hilarious stuff..... Fox News is squirming and they are almost as funny as SNL and t-rump's bizarre spewing...
Read it all for a good mood lifting laugh....___Fox at wit's end due to Trump

Ah, schadenfreude!

And the cherry on top, FTA: Fox is down in the ratings, and getting regularly beaten by MSNBC

thanks, +Julie Holm

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2017-05-17 22:53:53 (1 comments; 2 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

thanks, +Merritt Awbrey

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2017-05-16 23:00:49 (2 comments; 2 reshares; 12 +1s; )Open 

Annals of hypocrisy

This collection is jaw-dropping (and worth saving for future reference) for the sheer volume of hypocrisy Trump has spewed in a few short years.

Short story: He is guilty (many times over) of every single thing he has every accused anyone else of (with the possible exception of menstruation).

thanks, +Eduardo Ramirez

___Annals of hypocrisy

This collection is jaw-dropping (and worth saving for future reference) for the sheer volume of hypocrisy Trump has spewed in a few short years.

Short story: He is guilty (many times over) of every single thing he has every accused anyone else of (with the possible exception of menstruation).

thanks, +Eduardo Ramirez

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2017-05-16 22:27:28 (6 comments; 4 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

Why Trump isn't really the problem

thanks, +Rod Mesa

“The swamp that Trump kept mentioning in the campaign is not really one of tangled bureaucratic mangroves, but of moral indifference. Washington always had a touch of that — after all, its business is politics — but Trump and his people have collapsed the space between lies and truth. The president uses one and then the other — whatever works at the time.”___Why Trump isn't really the problem

thanks, +Rod Mesa

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2017-05-16 21:57:54 (3 comments; 1 reshares; 12 +1s; )Open 

More Americans favor impeaching Trump than oppose it

But then, you ask, "Why don't the republicans in Congress turn against him? Don't they fear a backlash at the next election?"

My hypothesis: No, they do not fear backlash at the next election (or any other election), because they know their tactics -- gerrymandering, voter suppression, etc. -- effectively mean that the vote doesn't count anyhow.

For example, 200,000 likely-democratic votes were suppressed in Wisconsin. Trump "won" that state by only 20,000 votes. In how many other states did things like this happen? (Let's see... Wisconsin is one... 50 states minus one is... 49 other states!)

Republicans know they don't have to fear our opinion or vote. Thanks to their careful planning, the US is not a democracy. It is no wonder they so boldly proceed with... more »

For The First Time Ever, More Voters Support Impeaching Trump Than Oppose It
More voters are now in favor of impeaching Donald Trump (48%) than are opposed to impeaching the president (41%) in the latest PPP Poll.___More Americans favor impeaching Trump than oppose it

But then, you ask, "Why don't the republicans in Congress turn against him? Don't they fear a backlash at the next election?"

My hypothesis: No, they do not fear backlash at the next election (or any other election), because they know their tactics -- gerrymandering, voter suppression, etc. -- effectively mean that the vote doesn't count anyhow.

For example, 200,000 likely-democratic votes were suppressed in Wisconsin. Trump "won" that state by only 20,000 votes. In how many other states did things like this happen? (Let's see... Wisconsin is one... 50 states minus one is... 49 other states!)

Republicans know they don't have to fear our opinion or vote. Thanks to their careful planning, the US is not a democracy. It is no wonder they so boldly proceed with legislation intended to harm everyone but the 1%.

thanks, +PoliticusUSA

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2017-05-16 21:33:08 (3 comments; 1 reshares; 30 +1s; )Open 

thanks, +Tina Vigilante

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2017-05-16 21:15:03 (7 comments; 5 reshares; 24 +1s; )Open 

If only.

If only.___

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2017-05-16 21:00:46 (12 comments; 0 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

A short list of the articles on which Trump should be impeached

But I still think impeachment should be a back-up only plan. More effective would be nullification of the election, with removal from office of Trump, Pence and everyone Trump appointed to any role.

thanks, +galen stone

The #Time is #Now No one is above the Law. #WeHangTraitors___A short list of the articles on which Trump should be impeached

But I still think impeachment should be a back-up only plan. More effective would be nullification of the election, with removal from office of Trump, Pence and everyone Trump appointed to any role.

thanks, +galen stone

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2017-05-16 16:59:58 (4 comments; 2 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

Trump's new "Election Commission" is really about voter suppression

The GOP knows they can't win elections, so instead, they subvert democracy. They've been doing it for years. These are the actions of despots.

If they make it impossible to remove them via the vote, then they leave the citizens no other choice than to remove them by other means.

Trump's new "Election Commission" is really about voter suppression

The GOP knows they can't win elections, so instead, they subvert democracy. They've been doing it for years. These are the actions of despots.

If they make it impossible to remove them via the vote, then they leave the citizens no other choice than to remove them by other means.___

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2017-05-16 15:20:21 (3 comments; 1 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

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2017-05-16 03:18:25 (7 comments; 0 reshares; 15 +1s; )Open 

Trump habitually gives away American secrets to foreign adversaries (but not to allies)

Not only is he destroying us from the inside, he's also destroying us from the outside. Bannon has publicly stated that his goal is to destroy the US. Trump is his wet dream.

thanks, +Valkyrie

Foreign Leaders Have Realized Trump Is a Pushover. ___Trump habitually gives away American secrets to foreign adversaries (but not to allies)

Not only is he destroying us from the inside, he's also destroying us from the outside. Bannon has publicly stated that his goal is to destroy the US. Trump is his wet dream.

thanks, +Valkyrie

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