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After evidence surfaces of close ties between Russian President Vladimir Putin and leading Democrat -- Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer.



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How quickly the public forgets... just 4 short years ago...

Obama open mic slip with telling then Russian President Dmitri Medvedev: 'After my election I have more flexibility'

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Comments:
Willy_3411

Mar 3 @ 2:38PM  
You only have to go back to 2012
DiamondRain

Mar 3 @ 2:57PM  
How quickly the public forgets... just 4 short years ago...

Obama open mic slip with telling then Russian President Dmitri Medvedev: 'After my election I have more flexibility'
jimnastics1

Mar 3 @ 3:04PM  
Sure. An attempt to take the focus off of his (Trump's) ties with Russia
and his treason and an attempt to make a deal.
"I'll drop charges,if you do."
Of course, it isn't going to work.
Nice try though.
drcocktail

Mar 3 @ 3:09PM  
At some point were going to have to put an end to this nonsense. Unfortunately we can't just turn a deaf ear to all these spurious attacks. Such is the demands of playing politics, and the democrats know this. Perhaps the only course is adopting a hold the line policy. That will require using the power of our majority in Congress and with the Presidency. It's easy for us on a website where we can ignore or simply not engage. Nothing is at stake. Not that simple for the current administration.
DiamondRain

Mar 3 @ 3:14PM  
The Democrats have lost all their power and been rejected by the American electorate. So they have turned to a scorched-earth, slash and burn the country strategy to try to ensure that President Trump can't make things better then the communist who just left did. If President Trump succeeds in making the country great again, while their communist candidate only made things far worse, they know they are done for good. They cannot let President Trump succeed and they know it. So they are doing everything in their power to undermine the president (and the country).
DiamondRain

Mar 3 @ 3:18PM  
Make no mistake, we are now in a cultural civil war for the heart of America. If we lose, America is gone forever. That is why we WILL NOT lose.
eastham

Mar 3 @ 3:25PM  
Someone and soon needs to pull that cell phone out of Trump's hands.

Anyone who thought the President sounded more "presidential" in his speech this week, might think twice after seeing that tweet. He cannot seem to help himself, but to a choir of aging frat boys, I suppose that tweet sounds like Mozart.

Speaking dispassionately, this Administration has a real issue with crisis communication. We witnessed this yesterday, when Sean Spicer gets up before the national press and says AG Sessions will not recuse himself and then at 4pm Sessions holds a press conference and says he will. It is reminiscent of the Mike Flynn fiasco, when Kellyanne Conway states Flynn has the unwavering support of the President and hours later it is reported that Flynn was "asked" to resign.

Trump has not surrounded himself with anyone who has the vaguest ideas of governance. Pence, who has legislative and executive experience, often seems to be the man looking in, having far less access to and influence with the president than nihilists like Bannon and Gurka.
DiamondRain

Mar 3 @ 3:29PM  
Right... your advice sure did a good job for Clinton. As if anyone cares what the left has to say.

They have zero credibility... except maybe on how to be the biggest political losers in the history of politics.
DiamondRain

Mar 3 @ 3:31PM  
Wonder if Schumer and Obama will be sharing a cell after their Russia scandal. Why not, they have some bromance going on there.
drcocktail

Mar 3 @ 3:56PM  
Quite possibly the most substantive evidence to come out of any investigation, current or ongoing will be finding the leaks. Will it go back to Obama, I think so. Can they inplicate him? I hope so. If we learned one thing from those dismal 8 years it's that he was intent only on a legacy. And it was a legacy of failure, to his party, his race, and the American people. Hillary would have continued that. To ignore Obama's continued duplicity in undermining Trump would be a mistake. Obama is determined to rewrite his history and I'm glad he is hanging around to help us prove his complicity. Let him hang himself once and for all.
znselenide

Mar 3 @ 4:00PM  
Anyone who thought the President sounded more "presidential" in his speech this week, might think twice after seeing that tweet.

Well now... since you mentioned it:

From the mouth of an avowed communist and American activist, who served as President Barack Obama’s 'Czar' for Special Advisor for Green Jobs... CNN's own co-host Van Jones:

"He became President of the United States in that moment, period," said Jones, after the evening's most emotional point was replayed by CNN's Anderson Cooper.

Van Jones on Trump: 'He became President of the United States in that moment, period'


DiamondRain

Mar 3 @ 4:04PM  
Obama has done something that I think is unprecedented in US history. He bought a mansion near the White House and is turning it into an Anti-Trump war room headquarters to try to derail President Trump. Have you ever heard of anything more classless, despicable and evil in your life?

There is a report that Valerie Jarrett, Obama's secret and closest advisor IS GOING TO LIVE IN THE HOUSE WITH THE OBAMA'S!

I kid you not.

This should frighten EVERY AMERICAN. A former president working to undermine the office. It's OUTRAGEOUS!
DiamondRain

Mar 3 @ 4:07PM  
Don't fall for the Democrat's "Mr. Nice Guy" act for one minute. They are trying to undermine the country. They are evil. Fight them at every juncture.
znselenide

Mar 3 @ 4:07PM  
The 2nd video below the 1st one in the link I gave for Van jones's comment, has the audio switched on! (01:49)

eastham

Mar 3 @ 4:30PM  
Guess you've never lived in Washington, DR. Kalorama is nowhere near the White House. It is, however, close to their daughter's school.

After the Obamas rented their new home, Jared and Ivanka Kushner purchased a house in the same neighborhood, just around the corner.
DiamondRain

Mar 3 @ 5:30PM  
Wrong. I lived in Alexandria and I know exactly where it is.

Obama has declared war on the Trump administration and a war he is going to get.

Trump will have him in a political body bag by the time it's over. Obama is out of his league. He is responsible for his party's biggest loss since the Civil War (okay I agree with you... Hillary Clinton gets honorable mention here). You want advice? I would advise the Democrats to read Obama his rights and cut him off before he finishes your party off. He is a political disaster. They should put him out to pasture if they ever want to have a chance of a come back a couple of generations from now.
Hooks

Mar 3 @ 10:11PM  
Okay, does someone want to explain why people are "Hell Bent" on NOT having good relations with Russia? All this Anti-Russia trash had gone away until Obama tried to act like he had some balls with Putin. Keep in mind that all the BS being spread is by the same media that has lied to you about Clinton, the election, and anything else they could find self-serving that they could lie about. Still people swallow everything without a thought.

Like the old saying, keep your friends close, and your enemies closer, we need to have a good relationship with Russia. When Obama led the charge to impose sanctions against Russia he cut off our supply of rocket/missile engines, and sent Russia into a closer relationship with China. Real smart move!

They have not sat idly by, but turned their time and efforts towards developing the fastest most powerful weapons delivery system known to man. Nicknamed "Satan 2" by NATO, it can deliver 40 megaton nuclear warheads capable of destroying an area the size of England & Wales, or Texas. With a range of over six thousand miles, combined with it's speed & new evasion technology, there is NOTHING THAT CAN STOP OR DEFEAT IT!

So I ask again, would you rather have them as allies or enemies?
a_simple_man

Mar 4 @ 8:59AM  
focus.....on today.....
all I see is a man grasping at straws and blaming everyone else for his stupidity....


sad when a sitting president..(not acting presidential btw)....is becoming so paranoid that he things everyone is out to get him....

well news flash.....THEY ARE....

because.... he is a fraud... a liar..and is breaking OUR laws....

if the trump towers is bugged.... it's probably the FBI doing it... with a warrant....

lazareth

Mar 4 @ 5:53PM  
DR, what will it take to make you realize that #45 will not last a full term? All one needs to do is look at his track record so far. And he has no problem throwing any of his cohorts under the bus as long as he thinks the mud won't stick to him. His own party will turn on him
texasgirl8585

Mar 4 @ 6:17PM  
lazareth:

DR, what will it take to make you realize that #45 will not last a full term? All one needs to do is look at his track record so far.

His track record so far shows that he loves this country and is doing the things he campaigned on that got him elected.

a_simple_man

Mar 5 @ 9:43AM  
yeah....like lying.....waffling......spinning ...and deflection....


wake up.....

he is never going to grab your pussy......



a fact..... if a crime was committed..... the justice dept of the USA would investigate it....(as they should....)


they should also investigate.....trump... oh wait.....THEY ARE......
a_simple_man

Mar 5 @ 9:48AM  
Political Activities

 Permitted and Prohibited Activities Overview

All Department of Justice employees are subject to the Hatch Act, 5 U.S.C. 7323(a) and 7324(a), which generally prohibits Department employees from engaging in partisan political activity while on duty, in a federal facility or using federal property. 

Political activity is activity directed toward the success or failure of a political party, candidate for partisan political office, or partisan political group.

The statute carries serious penalties including REMOVAL from federal employment.
The Hatch Act applies to all federal employees; however, application of its restrictions is broken down into two groups, based on position.
"Less restricted" employees, including most career employees in the executive branch, are able to participate actively in political management or partisan political campaigns, while off-duty, outside a federal facility and not using federal property.
“Further restricted" employees are held to stricter rules that preclude active participation in political management or partisan political campaigns, even off-duty. The following Department of Justice employees are "further restricted" by statute: all career Senior Executive Service (SES) employees; administrative law judges; employees in the Criminal Division, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the National Security Division; and criminal investigators and explosives enforcement officers in ATF. Further restricted employees may not campaign for or against candidates or otherwise engage in political activity in concert with a political party, a candidate for partisan political office, or a partisan political group.
Considering the Department’s mission, the Attorney General has previously determined that, as a matter of Department policy, all political appointees will be subject to the rules that govern “further restricted” employees under the Hatch Act to ensure there is not an appearance that politics plays any part in the Department’s day to day operations.  Guidance to all Department employees is provided in two memoranda from the Deputy Attorney General, dated March 10, 2016, one to career employees and one to appointees.
Any Department employees who have questions beyond what is included here should consult their component’s ethics official.


what trump has yet to learn is...

he represents all US citizens.... not just the ones he likes.....

his partisan days were suspended the day he was elected by the electoral college....

his personal profiteering was to be stopped....the day he was elected by the electoral college....

he has yet to act presidential..... and I doubt he ever will....


eastham

Mar 5 @ 2:23PM  
I remember an interview of famous defense attorney Roy E. Black (William Kennedy Smith, Rush Limbaugh, Justin Bieber). Black said that he never asked a question in court to which he did not already know the answer.

Trump has now opened a can of worms for himself. He has now invited additional scrutiny. This morning former Director of Domestic Intelligence, Clapper, said that he was unaware of any FISA warrant for a wire tapping of Trump Tower, making Trump's claim all the more curious.

As Chuck Schumer said about his picture with Putin, it was taken on the street by the press and he welcomed the ability to testify before Congress about this picture and invited the president to sit beside him and explain repeated contacts between Russian officials and members of his campaign.
drcocktail

Mar 5 @ 2:46PM  
Were we to limit the comments to a tweet like response I seriously doubt anyone above could even make a valid point without aid of some link.
prepper62

Mar 5 @ 4:07PM  
Were we to limit the comments to a tweet like response I seriously doubt anyone above could even make a valid point without aid of some link.

What's wrong with backing up something someone on here writes with a link to a credible site?
drcocktail

Mar 5 @ 5:42PM  
Let me ask you something pepper. Do you read the 10 paragraph responses? Could you read an article and come away with a brief surmisal of what you read? Could you form your own opinion without need of someone else telling you how to think? Do you have a mind of your own for Christs sake? Occasionally it's OK, but the same people like Mrs. Mitty and Soupy have nothing in their bags but footnotes. Get it......no, I doubt it.
prepper62

Mar 5 @ 9:38PM  
Let me ask you something pepper. Do you read the 10 paragraph responses? Could you read an article and come away with a brief surmisal of what you read? Could you form your own opinion without need of someone else telling you how to think? Do you have a mind of your own for Christs sake? Occasionally it's OK, but the same people like Mrs. Mitty and Soupy have nothing in their bags but footnotes. Get it......no, I doubt it.

Get this! Nothing you said changes the fact that there is nothing wrong with backing up ones opinion with facts. And your insistence that people just write their own opinions and nothing else is asinine and just one of the many things alienating you from everybody on here. So keep it up the good work as I have a feeling you will eventually get banned.
drcocktail

Mar 5 @ 10:16PM  
See, that wasn't so hard now was it? You finally contributed something to the site.
ZuluSunrize

Mar 5 @ 10:42PM  
Prepper, the s.o.b. just likes to fight. He hides behind the cloak of trying to make the site a better place, but like all trolls just goes after people because he's bored.

Your post was relevant to the topic, and you owe him or no one an explanation or an apology.
jimnastics1

Mar 5 @ 10:59PM  

Get this! Nothing you said changes the fact that there is nothing wrong with backing up ones opinion with facts. And your insistence that people just write their own opinions and nothing else is asinine

I totally agree with you P. He is completely asinine about it too.
He would rather people ramble off B.S.,
than to be grounded to what the evidence shows.
Clearly, it would make his nonsensical comments more fitting.
But, the site was not made to revolve around him.
He admits that he has a short attention span.
He claims he can't read paragraphs.
Thus, he would feel much more comfortable in the more Tweet-like forums,
than the blogs, where complete sentences and even paragraphs are the norm.
His 'intellect' would be better applied to "would you screw the person above you" and other simplistic forum gems.
ZuluSunrize

Mar 5 @ 11:38PM  
^^Jim, I can't make up my mind about you. But I must confess that you just put the cockroach in his place...and you did it with a certain flair.
drcocktail

Mar 6 @ 12:23AM  
Alright, now we're getting it all out......ha. We have the elderly sock from SA (we'll miss you when you go), and Soupy ( Mr/Ms C&P itself?) and Dr. Pepper ( new but no less for knowing), all prolific bloggers. I welcome all your prescience of thought. and your wit. Please, hold nothing back......

As ever was,
Drcocktail

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