Brian McFadden for July 23, 2018


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    Daeder  over 2 years ago

    He’s too much of a flake!

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    braindead Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Yet another Republican who supposedly deplores, DEPLORES I say!, what Trump is doing.


    Shouldn’t they be offering thoughts and prayers?

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    OldCoal  over 2 years ago

    Flake is just part of the pretense that the “real” Republicans are just HORRIFIED about Trump.

    Gee Jeff, explain why you vote with the party to give Trump everything he actually presses for, and refuse to oppose him except with words! Got an explanation?

    If it’s a meaningful vote, it’s with Trump.

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    #Rad-ish  Premium Member over 2 years ago

    What about all of the Republicans who took Russian money?

    Mitch McConnell got the most Russian money of the lot.

    Campaigns may not solicit or accept contributions from foreign nationals. Federal law prohibits contributions, donations, expenditures and disbursements solicited, directed, received or made directly or indirectly by or from foreign nationals in connection with any election — federal, state or local.

    FEC | Candidate | Who can and can’t contribute…/candidate…/who-can-and-cannot-contribute/

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    montessoriteacher  over 2 years ago

    We are waiting for Flake to have a Goldwater moment and go up to the White House and tell trump it is time to move out. That would be the ultimate action he could take. Still waiting…

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    Motivemagus  over 2 years ago

    I am seriously tired of the Republicans who are “brave” because they are leaving office and dare to mildly criticize an openly corrupt and treasonous president – but then DO NOTHING.

    McCain came up with another of his stern speeches, but every time he has done that, with one exception, he has then voted in perfect alignment with the party.

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    Masterskrain  over 2 years ago

    Another “Republican” with a spine of cooked spaghetti! Vote as many of THESE COWARDS out of office as possible in November, 2020, 2022, and 2024!

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    #Rad-ish  Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Rand Paul is over at the White House asking Trump to withdraw ex-CIA Chief John Brennan’s security clearance. Do you think it’s because Brennan said that Trump is a traitor?

    Rand Paul spent $11,043 at restaurants in Italy & Malta in 2017 through his leadership PAC — plus $4,492 on limousine services in Rome & $1,904 on an Athens hotel w/ breathtaking views. He also spent $438 at a NYC shoe store & $1,575 at a Trump restaurant.

    The spending was funneled through a political leadership committee, which are meant to enable lawmakers to donate to other political campaigns to secure leadership positions. But, according to the “All Expenses Paid” report, they’re often used to fund “lavish lifestyles on their donors’ dimes.”

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    charliekane  over 2 years ago

    Senator Flake deplores Trumpery. He speaks of it constantly.

    Clearly, he is able to deplore, but does no more.


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    wiatr Premium Member over 2 years ago

    To bring up another point mentioned above, can a Democrat win in Arizona?

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    benjamineyal  over 2 years ago

    Teddy Roosevelt! Taft! Nixon!

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    pamela welch Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Well-said Mr McFadden!

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    #Rad-ish  Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) on Monday announced he will be heading to Russia in the coming weeks, arguing that the U.S. must pursue a constructive dialogue with Moscow.

    Paul published a Politico Magazine op-ed titled “Trump Is Right to Meet Putin” in support of Trump’s historic summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki on Monday.

    “In just a few weeks, I will take my own trip to Russia in an attempt to discuss common ground with their leaders and help prevent further, unnecessary escalation of tensions,” Paul wrote.

    “I look forward to consulting with Trump between his visit and mine and to working with diplomats from both countries to have a successful trip and better relationships,” Paul continued. “Millions of lives could be at stake.”

    Trump and Putin spent over two hours on Monday in a one-on-one meeting.

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    tompet46  over 2 years ago

    MMMMMMMMMMMMM what’s Putin got on Paul??

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    Teto85 Premium Member over 2 years ago


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    Scoutmaster77  over 2 years ago

    That is a damn good question.

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