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Daily Archives: December 23rd, 2018


Dr. Chaos is not a Marvel or DC character. Dr. Chaos is the current resident of the Oval office (or hiding under the resolute desk). Several of his staunch supporters from Fox and friends to (gasp) Rush Lamebrain and Ann Coulter have bashed TOTUS over withdrawal from Syria and the resignation of Secretary of Scry Mattis. Apparently the major reason behind these two far righties outcries are the potential of the Democrats to take over the government and circumvent the Far right plan to usurp the government in their names not in the name of the people. This is all about the Chaos the TOTUS loves and thrives in while all else fails around him. Mr. Resident’s past speaks for it self, failed marriages, failed businesses and misadventures that follow him like the stench of a skunk roadkill. The revolving door politics of this administration is historic and detrimental to us all and our long time allies. In search of praise (not approval) TOTUS has denied medical care to coal miners and others  by way of weakening the ACA, passing a dubious Tax act and ignoring climate change. The way to correct Chaos is order and we the voters are the providers of order by way of smart voting and the willingness to contact currently elected members of Government from local to Federal.

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Border Wall is not required if there are enough border agents to process people. Their highlighted bust is not a reason for a “wall”, 5 Billion is better used for infrastructure (which also creates jobs) along the lines of WPA projects during the Roosevelt administration. Fulfilment of Campaign promises is not policy.MA

Paulina Dedaj 2 hrs ago

Fox News

Border agents arrested a known MS-13 gang member and a convicted sex offender at the U.S.-Mexico border this week.
The first incident involved a 46-year-old Mexican national who entered illegally Wednesday evening. According to a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) press release, Ajo Station agents discovered during processing that the man was convicted in Arizona in 2002 of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor.
On Thursday, border agents with the Nogales Station arrested a 24-year-old Salvadoran. After undergoing a criminal history check, officials learned the suspect, a known member of MS-13, was a felon previously removed from the country.
The two men will now face federal criminal immigration charges, CBP said in a press release.
Border apprehensions of people with criminal pasts have helped fuel President Trump’s calls to fund a border wall.
The government partially shut down Saturday after lawmakers were unable to pass a funding agreement because of an impasse over money for a border wall — a central campaign pledge by Trump when he ran for president.

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Chris Britt Comic Strip for December 22, 2018

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