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Daily Archives: January 17th, 2019


The ongoing political drama is more than food for thought, it is more like food to gag on. We have extreme to moderate congressional members on both sides yet we can’t seem to get past the leaders(?). We should already know that TOTUS is a child seeking approval so the grownups should take the lead. Unfortunately the long time members of Congress rather than use their knowledge to move us forward, they appear to be out for revenge and that revenge comes at a high price. That price is the well being and health of the often cited “American People”. There are multiple solutions offered to the shutdown and the associated issues around it however the “child” and the so called grownups cannot seem to get beyond their own self interests. “Bitch” keeps his head down to seemingly avoid criticism while allowing  TOTUS to continue his whining ways. Flip flop Graham seems to have no idea where to lay his head. The recent Scamocratic win has brought us no closer to a solution since there appears to be no cohesive thoughts about anything of value much like the Dupublicans. In the background you have the “goaders” of TOTUS on Faux news poking him on national TV. Thank you Ann and Sean! As voters we should talk about what we want as a collective and leave the politics to the politrickers while we decipher their nonsense in order to vote with intelligence, as the old saying goes” if it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, it’s a duck!

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Pot Calling the kettle Black? MA.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie sees the Trump White House as a rogues’ gallery of flawed people side tracking the work of the U.S. president, according to excerpts of his forthcoming memoir posted on the news site Axios on Wednesday.

President Donald Trump employs a “revolving door of deeply flawed individuals — amateurs, grifters, weaklings, convicted and unconvicted felons — who were hustled into jobs they were never suited for, sometimes seemingly without so much as a background check via Google or Wikipedia,” Christie, who was a senior adviser to Trump’s 2016 campaign, says in his memoir, “Let Me Finish,” which is due to be released on Jan. 29.
Christie had sought the Republican presidential nomination himself in 2016 before becoming a diligent supporter and surrogate for Trump, but his work with the administration has been limited and he recently withdrew his name from consideration for Trump’s chief of staff.

Marred by his own scandal as governor of New York’s southern neighbor, Christie writes that Trump “trusts people he shouldn’t, including some of the people who are closest to him.”
“I did everything I could to make sure my friend Donald reached the White House fully prepared to serve,” he writes. “But a handful of selfish individuals sidetracked our very best efforts. They set loose toxic forces that have made Trump’s presidency far less effective than it would otherwise have been.”
He also writes about a grudge that Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner allegedly harbors against him, saying that Trump’s former campaign manager Steve Bannon told him Kushner was relentless in bashing Christie over “ancient bitterness.”
As the U.S. attorney for New Jersey before he became governor, Christie prosecuted Charles Kushner, Jared’s father, for tax evasion, witness tampering and making unlawful campaign donation, and many in Washington believe that in winning a conviction in that case Christie lost any chance of holding a post in the Trump administration.
(Reporting by Lisa Lambert; Editing by Leslie Adler)

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