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Jeff Danziger for January 08, 2019

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    mourdac Premium Member 2 months ago

    The MAGA-ites are living somewhere over the rainbow, ain’t gonna blame him.

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    mr_sherman Premium Member 2 months ago

    Nice one, Jeff.

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    Kip W  2 months ago

    The GOP can’t keep the government open, but you can bet they have people out there making sure their base blames somebody else for it.

    For Republicans, Blamecasting is Job One.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 2 months ago

    “But…But… But…Hillary…But…But…But…E-mails…But…But…But…Obama…But…But…But…BENGHAZI!!”

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    Radish Premium Member 2 months ago

    Make America great again, jail Trump.

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    Godfreydaniel  2 months ago

    Sorry if any of you have seen this already in a couple of my other posts, but it’s just too damn important: Conservative pundit David Brooks: There are now over a dozen investigations into Trump’s various scandals. If we lived in a healthy society, the ensuing indictments would be handled in a serious way — somber congressional hearings, dispassionate court proceedings. Everybody would step back and be sobered by the fact that our very system of law is at stake.But we don’t live in a healthy society and we don’t have a healthy president.Trump doesn’t recognize, understand or respect institutional authority. He only understands personal power. He sees every conflict as a personal conflict in which he destroys or gets destroyed.When the indictments come down, Trump won’t play by the rules. He’ll seek to delegitimize those rules. He’ll seek to delegitimize our legal institutions. He’ll personalize every indictment, slander every prosecutor. He’ll seek to destroy the edifice of law in order to save himself.We know the language he’ll use. It will be the anti-establishment, anti-institutional language that has been coursing through the left and right for the past few decades: The establishment is corrupt, the game is rigged, the elites are out to get you.At that point congressional leaders will face the defining choice of their careers: Where does their ultimate loyalty lie, to the Constitution or to their party?

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 2 months ago

    It’s SCARY that the Cons that were ALWAYS whining about Obama being a “Would-be Dictator” aren’t saying a DAMN THING about Agolf Twitler…

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    Vidrinath Premium Member 2 months ago

    Are there still places that sell WonderBread? I haven’t seen it in years. I suppose if it still exists redcaps would buy it.

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    Radish Premium Member 2 months ago

    12 years ago Republicans were screaming about Obama’s tan suit like it was the worst scandal in the world.

    Now we can’t go a day without Trump subverting the Constitution and the Russian loving psycho Republican thieves do nothing.

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  2 months ago

    “I can’t accept blame for my own actions! I belong to the ‘party of personal responsibility’!”

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    Dtroutma Premium Member 2 months ago

    Jeff sums it up perfectly, but Trump supporters will never add it up.

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    wolfiiig  2 months ago

    Proud to say that I didn’t vote for him!

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    StevenTorrey  2 months ago

    So far, the biggest criminal is the present one occupying the Oval Office!

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