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Re: Swamp Drainage
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Congratulations to Judicial Watch and Tom Fitton on being successful in getting the Carter Page FISA documents. As usual they are ridiculously heavily redacted but confirm with little doubt that the Department of “Justice” and FBI misled the courts. Witch Hunt Rigged, a Scam!


https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/22/us/ ... age.html?partner=msft_msn

Seems legit to me. All judges republican appointees. Steele dossier explained in request. Pages obviously being recruited by Russian intelligence. What is the complaint?

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Re: Dangerous Donald
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Yeah because fascists dictators are all about arming their citizens and letting the citizens criticize him every day. Good Lord you people are in your own little dystopian world.

Whereas in the real world...

https://ijr.com/2017/02/797086-youve-h ... was-born-in-nazi-germany/

"What reminds me more of Hitler than anything else isn't Trump, it's the destruction of freedom of speech on the college campuses — the agendas fueled by the professors.
That's how Hitler started, he pulled in the youth to miseducate them, to brainwash them, it's happening today."

And you nazis are helping


Who are you calling nazis?

Way to have a civil discussion. /s

Just when I think you couldn’t get further out of line, you achieve it. Congratulations?


Do you have anything to add to the conversation? Or are you going to bitch and moan because you know she and I are right and you can handle that the left are the actual nzis?

*hill,zwaa,strohs, every liberal on this site calls the repubs on this site a nazi more than once*

"Nothing wrong with that"

*Good ole 1818, who is vastly more intelligent than you all, uses the same word as reference by someone who lived in nazi Germany to call people who act like nazis according to what she lived through*

"Oh wow a new low"

Kitchen (or oven) getting too hot for you, Hans? Predictable! I'm criticized every day by guys. (Is guys an insult too? Or do you prefer a more gender neutral pronoun?)


She was born in 1940. Hitler died in 1945. She was between 4 and 5 when Hitler died. I doubt she experienced very much of his rise to power since she wasn’t born yet. Here is a article that will shed some light on the Nazis taking power.

https://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10008206

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Re: Dangerous Donald
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What did the democraps mean by this?


Al-Qaeda/ Isis in 2012. Russia 2018.

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Re: 2018 Elections
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Interesting.

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Re: Dangerous Donald
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This question is not one that I am looking for an answer to. It’s more with the internet for everyone to answer for themselves.

Did you actually watch the summit press conference yourself, or have you relied on others to take out clips of the presser, and spoon feed you an opinion to form?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwxqOoIyWm0

Yes I did watch it. Here it is for you to watch.


And he blames fake news.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/po ... ting-rand-paul/788602002/

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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Like I said before, you are better off waiting this out before you jump about clapping your hands with glee over this. So far Mueller has proven to be little more (or less) than a paper tiger.

How often has posters on here accused Trump supports of being the tribal group? Though every time news like this gets pushed out, it’s the lefties head banging and high fiving like their team just scored a touchdown.


I do not high five or jump for joy.... I like mostly all Americans want us to succeed. I want ethical, moral leadership. I am an independant, not an ideologue. You never see me put down other posters for their beliefs even when they do not agree with mine. I am concerned about the path we are on and pay attention to and voice my concern when warranted. I hope that everyone who cares about this country do the same. When many members of both parties show concern I pay attention. If you do not think Putin has an agenda then so be it. I do and am paying close attention. I do not see a win from alienating our allies and giving Putin any legitimacy. Our own intel agencies are sounding the alarm but Trump does not seem to care. I do not know Trump but a tinge of narcissism seems to be one of his personality traits. His craving of attention may not be the reason he does some of the things he does but it might be. God bless America! Montani Semper Liberi!


http://thehill.com/blogs/floor-action ... ring-trumps-russia-summit

This is another view from a republican as I often post. It went far worse than I imagined. I would hate to know how the closed door meeting went but Trump better hope it never get out. Regrettably he was played like a fiddle. I hope this finally opens the eyes of the Trump fanatics. To be such a puppet to Putin. So sad.

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Re: Dangerous Donald
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President Putin accuses Hillary clinton of accepting $400 million in illegal Russian campaign contributions.

https://mobile.twitter.com/ColumbiaBugle/status/1018885283914248192


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

WHERE ARE ALL OF THE DEMOCRATIC RUSSIAN COMRADES? WHERE YOU AT STROHS? HAHAHAHA GO FUCK YOURSELF


I would say you found a great source. Putin wouldn’t lie for his own interest would he?

https://www.newsweek.com/it-not-easy-c ... utins-barrage-lies-375564

http://thehill.com/blogs/floor-action ... ould-recognize-putin-lies

https://www.axios.com/putin-claims-us- ... 8a-8ed0-5781cdcae7f3.html

http://thehill.com/homenews/397231-di ... ess-conference-with-putin

https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/16/politics/kompromat-russia-
trump/index.html

https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/16/politic ... putin-comments/index.html

It seems to be a consensus by all.

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Re: Dangerous Donald
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The bully is being bullied.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/16/us/ ... mit.html?partner=msft_msn

Putin tried to make him look better but his response to do you have anything on him was classic intimidation.

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Re: Swamp Drainage
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mountie44 wrote: I am an independant, not an ideologue.


Not one single post you have shared would lead me to believe this. As my mother has always said, “ The proof is in the pudding.”


Many of my posts are quotes from Republicans.
And from my posts what is my ideology?

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hmmph...go figure.

https://newrepublic.com/article/149280 ... is-white-house-tried-hide


The Military Drinking-Water Crisis the White House Tried to Hide

The Trump administration feared it would be a “public relations nightmare”: a major federal study that concluded contaminated groundwater across the country, especially near military bases, was more toxic than the government realized. Political aides to President Donald Trump and Environmental Protection Agency head Scott Pruitt pressured the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry against releasing the results.

“The public, media, and Congressional reaction to these numbers is going to be huge,” an unidentified White House aide wrote, according to Politico. “The impact to EPA and [the Defense Department] is going to be extremely painful. We cannot seem to get ATSDR to realize the potential public relations nightmare this is going to be.” The study was not released.

That is, until Wednesday. Amid a media firestorm about the administration’s immigration policy, the ATSDR—a division of the Department of Health and Human Services—quietly published its 852-page review of perfluoroalkyls, or PFAS, which are “used in everything from carpets and frying pan coatings to military firefighting foams,” according to ProPublica. “All told, the report offers the most comprehensive gathering of information on the effects of these chemicals today, and suggests they’re far more dangerous than previously thought.”

These chemical compounds pose health risks to millions of Americans. They’re in roughly 1 percent of the nation’s public water supply, according to the EPA; in roughly 1,500 drinking water systems across the country, according to the Environmental Working Group. People who drink from these systems, even if their exposure to PFAS is low, now have a potentially increased risk of cancer; of disruptions in hormones and the immune system; and of complications with fetal development during pregnancy.

But military personnel and veterans are particularly at risk, because PFAS compounds are in firefighting foams, which have been used in training exercises at military bases across America since the 1970s. Those foams have leached into the groundwater at the military facilities, and often the drinking water supply. Nearly three million Americans get their drinking water from Department of Defense systems.

The DOD has reported widespread contamination at its bases and posts, as well as their surrounding areas. In a March report to the House Armed Services Committee, the department provided a list of 126 military facilities where nearby water supplies contained PFAS levels above the EPA’s standard, and 36 bases with drinking water contamination on site. “In all, 25 Army bases; 50 Air Force bases, 49 Navy or Marine Corps bases and two Defense Logistics Agency sites have tested at higher than acceptable levels for the compounds in either their drinking water or groundwater sources,” the Military Times reported.

The EPA had been assuring people who lived on these bases that they were safe from the potentially harmful effects of PFAS—which range in severity from weight gain to liver disease to cancer—at levels of 70 parts per trillion. But the new ATSDR study says safe levels were actually much lower, from 7 to 11 parts per trillion.

“It’s pretty pervasive problem,” Melanie Benesch, a legislative attorney at the Environmental Working Group, told me. “It’s getting into the groundwater and tap water on bases, so people living on base are of course affected.” Military personnel often live on bases with their families, so those drinking contaminated water can include pregnant women and children—two populations especially vulnerable to PFAS. And these compounds can remain in the body for six to ten years. “Veterans who have since moved off likely continue to have it in their bodies,” Benesch said.

In 2016, the Grand Rapids Press spoke to several veterans who blamed various health problems—spinal defects, thyroid problems, and hypertension—on PFAS-contaminated water at Wurtsmith Air Force Base. They began connecting the dots when, that February, Michigan officials warned against consuming well water near the facility due to the presence of the compounds. “We thought that if anything was wrong, of course someone would tell us,” one veteran said. “It feels like we’ve been betrayed.”

Since becoming aware of PFAS contamination, the DOD has “shut down wells, provided alternate water sources, or installed water treatment systems” at 11 military installations, according to a 2017 report from the Government Accountability Office. But despite that progress, “the pace of actual cleanup has been quite slow,” the Berkeley School of Law said in a report cited by the Center for Public Integrity. “Most of the time and money has been spent studying the problem,” the report added.

That time and money is wasted when those studies are delayed unnecessarily, Benesch said. “It was ready six months ago,” she said. “Six months that the government agency responsible for setting these levels, for doing the toxicology, was not able to provide us with their findings.” Providing the study earlier would have forced the EPA to consider changing its regulations sooner, Benesch said. Had parents and pregnant women on military bases known about the study, perhaps more of them would have avoided the tap water.

What, then, did the study’s temporary suppression achieve for Trump and Pruitt? It bought some time for the chemical manufacturers that support them, so they can prepare for the inevitable onslaught of personal injury lawsuits related to PFAS contamination. It also delayed public pressure to increase government spending on environmental cleanups at military bases and on updating rural water infrastructure. But the study’s delay may not have achieved what Trump and Pruitt most wanted it to. Let the public relations nightmare begin.


Good thing Scott Pruitt is gone. Oh wait the next one will continue the Trump environmental policies.

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Re: Pruitt Resigns....
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Looks like the Liberal bully tactics of threatening people and their families is still effective. Here’s hoping the next person that Trump appoints has balls of brass, or boobs of brass if the case may be.


meh, he accomplished what he set out to do. Now he can take a cushy, high 6-figure salary job with the gas company he was working for while in office.


Agree

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