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So it begins January 17, 2017 at 6:02 p.m.

Bad logic on your part Pack. It only takes a few thousand votes here and there to swing an election. The battleground, electoral states are the key. Not the overall vote total.
I'd say the issue is more that the Russian hackers and controllers tarred the Clinton campaign and in so doing swayed voters away from Clinton, maybe even toward Trump. It wasn't so much of who voted for Trump but was more of who failed to show up for Clinton.
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Granted, Russian intervention is not the only factor in the Clinton fiasco. But....the Russian factor is illegal and poses a great threat to our democracy and the national vote. Remove the Russian influence and meddling and it is more likely one can consider a Trump win legitimate. However, the shadow of their hand tilting the scales does cast doubts on his victory being honestly won.

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So it begins January 16, 2017 at 1:29 p.m.

Talk about a lying douche.....Gitz is just making up BS right and left to cover up his naked emperor. Streep did the respectable thing and pointed out that King Trump was sans any moral clothing when he disparaged and mocked a handicapped reporter.
Gitz attacks the messenger with slime and sludge in order to hide the real message about the moral failings of Trump. This is nothing but brazen hit journalism. Knowing he can't defend Trump for his ghastly actions, Gitz joins the other sycophants in the Donald Domain and tells us that their emperor has a very fine wardrobe.
The evidence of our eyes and our ears tell us that is complete nonsense. It's time for you guys to quit lying to us about Trump. More importantly, it's time you quit lying to yourself about Trump.
D123 - were you one of the fools who cheered Donald's mockery of a handicapped man? Did you laugh at his spastic motions as he made fun of the reporter's disease? Are you that low a piece of scum to do something like that? If you don't stand up against this sort of behavior, then you stand for nothing.

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Trump tweets scoff at icon of civil rights January 15, 2017 at 2:42 p.m.

FYI:
Trump, 1965: applying for student deferments to stay out of Vietnam
Lewis, 1965: having head split open by police while leading Selma march

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Trump tweets scoff at icon of civil rights January 15, 2017 at 1:16 p.m.

Aw Frank....why did you have to go & start lying. I never said I was the expert, never said I was speaking for the country, and didn't get into the BS folks who drool get into when it comes to talking about their opposite political foes.
Interestingly, you didn't offer any disagreement with my statements about Trump or Rapert. Either you agree or else you have no evidence to the contrary.
Libertas - you do the pot calling the kettle black bit to perfection. And YOU do NOT speak for the country. That's what's wrong with you and your pisspoor argument. No one elected you the country's spokesperson (and I believe few will based on your narrowmindedness).
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I always enjoy stepping on rightwing toes. They squeal so much like pigs and squawk worse guinea hens. Thanks for the entertainment version of The American Idle.

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Trump tweets scoff at icon of civil rights January 15, 2017 at 10:08 a.m.

It is annoying when self-appointed experts claim that they are speaking for the country. They only can speak for themselves and to claim more authority than that is a lie.
Let me correct the misuse of the term "monumentally". To me, the correct ways to use it are thus: (1) Trump is monumentally "dishonest"; (2) Jason Rapert is "monumentally" dishonest. Trump's lies stack higher and smellier than Hillary's; Rapert is simply self-righteously obsessed with his religion's graven image plan (stone-carved 10 commandment edifices on every corner and traffic stop).
Both are monumentally disrespectful of our US Constitution. And both model themselves on the Stooges. Trump is the nasty, poke-you-in-the-eye Moe with the intellectual depth of Shemp; Rapert, is a combo of the belligerent Curly with his wild-eyed nyuk-nyuks and Larry with his whiny excuses of persecution.

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Expectations for 2017 January 14, 2017 at 9:29 a.m.

My expectation is based on a consistent trend observed in the past 2 years: we will have a future president showing the maturity and schoolyard viciousness of an 8-year-old. We will have sycophants like Kellyanne Conway who cover up his childish outbursts by saying to the press, “Why is everything taken at face value? You can’t give him the benefit of the doubt on this and he’s telling you what was in his heart? You always want to go by what’s come out of his mouth rather than look at what’s in his heart.”
In other words, Conway wants us to swallow Mr. Trump’s reality without question. To accept only what he says over the evidence seen and heard by our own eyes and ears. She wants us overcome the dissonance by looking for the “truth” in his heart.
If there is no truth from his mouth, Ms Conway & Mr Masterson, why do you think there's any truth in his heart??
As to the blustery claim that he will make America great, I am reminded of a saying that so fits Mr Trump: You cannot make a silk purse out of a sow's ear. Masterson's purse-making skills are too woeful for even that nigh impossible task with our soon to be Liar in Chief.
Blame all that on the mainstream public who blindly follow this charlatan twit and his twitter tweets.

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The laugh-out-loud defense January 12, 2017 at 8:45 a.m.

DDKKKA - Your (alleged) facts don't play at this card table. Go back to playing Old Maids with your grandkids. At least you have some semblance of a chance to win against their wiles.

(Who can make such a blunder as defending Trump by accusing someone of behaving as badly as Trump?!)
POTBS Trump responds to DDKKKA question: "Fake news! Fake news! Look out! He has brown coming out of every orifice!!"

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Trump criticizes intelligence agencies over leak of unsubstantiated report January 11, 2017 at 4:12 p.m.

A Fake President sounds perfect for the Fake News Phobia.

Some noticeable Trump quirks:

1) Constant repetition of words, phrases, etc.

2) Self-congratulation and self-praise when he mentions anything he's connected with.

3) The "Blame the Media" meme

4) The vague answers: "Yes, no. but maybe none of the above."

5) He tends to talk about his own talking - "I've said this before and I'll say it again."

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Research has shown that Trump does repeat words and the most repeated word is 'I', the fourth is 'Trump' and eight out of the top 13 words are one syllable with a few two syllable words that are simple 'China' and 'money', reports ThinkProgress.

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Well, what is the reason for Trump's success? Let the man himself answer that question:

In a 1991 interview with Esquire, Trump said: 'You know, it really doesn't matter what they write as long as you've got a young and beautiful piece of ass.'

I wonder what the young and beautiful Melania thinks about that???

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Trump criticizes Meryl Streep as Cabinet picks prepare for grilling January 9, 2017 at 4:19 p.m.

Comrade Wowy spews once again. His KGB masters need to be more careful since he's quite erratic and prone to verbal vomitus so often that it's a wonder any person can find a sane thought from what he dribbles out.
And no one is fooled by his Chicken Little bit when he squawks about "Communists!!" Nope....the main problem with Chicken Littles like wormbreath Wowy is all the little chickensh*t they produce.
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Comrade Trump ought to win all the Golden Globes. Who can forget his memorable performance when he mocked a reporter's disability:
htt ps://w ww.youtube.co m/watch?v=PX9reO3QnUA
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Despite the video evidence, Trump continues to maintain that he didn't do it or that he can't remember saying it. When it comes to being presidential, he certainly can't even fake it much less be it.
Putin & Trump could, of course, go on as a comedy duo -- the Abbot (Putin) and Costello (Trump) of the 21st century.
One would never think of Putin as befuddled, crazy, or yammering - so he gets to play the straight guy, Bud Abbot. Trump, on the other hand (the red one he's often caught with), is a perfect Lou Costello.

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GOLDEN GLOBES: La La Land's 7 awards a record January 9, 2017 at 9:56 a.m.

KCRAP....by your buffoonish standards, Comrade Trump ought to win all the Golden Globes. Who can forget his memorable performance when he mocked a reporter's disability:
htt ps://w ww.youtube.co m/watch?v=PX9reO3QnUA
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Despite the video evidence, Trump continues to maintain that he didn't do it. When it comes to being presidential, he certainly can't even fake it much less be it.
Putin & Trump could, of course, go on as a comedy duo -- the Abbot (Putin) and Costello (Trump) of the 21st century.
One would never think of Putin as befuddled, crazy, or yammering - so he gets to play the straight guy, Bud Abbot. Trump, on the other hand (the red one he's often caught with), is a perfect Lou Costello.

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