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Moose & Squirrel v Boris & Natasha: what's the deal with the rooskies and trumpland?

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27 minutes ago, visionary said:

 

Mother****er if you were good at your job nobody world want you out of there. Your job though is too find out the truth, not to provide cover for Putin's flabby orange taint in the WH. 

 

I swear to God I hope we end up hanging people for this. Nunes included. ****ing traitors. Pieces of **** sold out America the first good chance they got. Tell me they don't hate this country. **** them all. Bring on the gallows and the riots. Let's get it over with, one way or the other. 

 

For real, are there any conservatives in positions of actual power in the government who still love America? Or have they all sold us out? 

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****, missing ship's movement is a capital offense during war...Nunes isn't just missing, he's working for the other side. 

I'm with ya, 83.

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16 hours ago, Burgold said:

This really isn't a situation where both sides are equal. There's really pretty much only one side to hate here if there is fire in addition to all this smoke. Both sides do not work with Russia or any other foreign power to undermine or worse a US election. Only one has done that and does everything in its power to obstruct justice in the matter.

 

Yeah, I see what you mean, however, the left is also at fault for changing the rules which made it easier for Trump to get people approved.  The left is responsible for putting up Clinton as their candidate even though it looked really bad and she was not a very good candidate.  You have what the Dems did to Sanders, looks terrible, and personally, IMO, I feel that Trump winning is in fact the fault of the left for being PC babies.  In their quest to become SO PC, all they have done is piss off a lot of reasonable people and made them feel like the left was way too far to the left.

 

That's why I hate both.  Neither is willing to compromise or work towards the middle.  I think the majority of people in the US are more towards the middle and would be willing to compromise on things but neither party wants that. 

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Just now, FanboyOf91 said:

 

All is well!

 

 

He's scared. Any type of hearing will flip to being about him.

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10 minutes ago, @SkinsGoldPants said:

 

He's scared. Any type of hearing will flip to being about him.

 

Starting with "Mr. Chairman, I demand access to the information which you are concealing from us, while sharing with the people we're investigating."  

 

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1 minute ago, Larry said:

 

Starting with "Mr. Chairman, I demand access to the information which you are concealing from us, while sharing with the people we're investigating."  

 

 

 

"This committee believes the Chairman has been compromised and cannot continue in his role due to x,y,z"

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1 hour ago, codeorama said:

 

Yeah, I see what you mean, however, the left is also at fault for changing the rules which made it easier for Trump to get people approved.  The left is responsible for putting up Clinton as their candidate even though it looked really bad and she was not a very good candidate.  You have what the Dems did to Sanders, looks terrible, and personally, IMO, I feel that Trump winning is in fact the fault of the left for being PC babies.  In their quest to become SO PC, all they have done is piss off a lot of reasonable people and made them feel like the left was way too far to the left.

 

That's why I hate both.  Neither is willing to compromise or work towards the middle.  I think the majority of people in the US are more towards the middle and would be willing to compromise on things but neither party wants that. 

 

This is true. However I think in the frenzy surrounding Trump the left has not and will not acknowledge this

its easy to point fingers at the right and most of the time well deserved. But the party of gender identity, wage gap myth, BLM, millionaires sitting for the anthem, and overall "we hate ourselves and this country" has veered completely off course from the values of everyday Americans. 

 

None of this will will be acknowledged much less changed. Quote and whine in 3,2,1...

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So the only way to get Nunes out of here is through Paul Ryan? 

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It would be great if someone can define "everyday American's".

 

Is the white working class, and white voters without college degrees, the only part of "everyday America"?

 

Are the young, minority groups, educated Americans, "fake America"?

 

It's too bad that the Dems have a geographic disadvantage with concentration around parts of the country that are actually doing well and sustaining our economy. If only they were marketing themselves to "everyday America" that thinks the wage gap is a myth, listens to InfoWars and believes John Podesta runs a pedo ring out of a DC pizza shop.

 

All snark aside, Zoony this is pretty typical of you now to paint the left in that image. I think many people have asked you to put out solutions YOU think that everyday American's will respond to. In reality, the left has given "everyday America" easier access to healthcare, has actively tried to do infrastructure and retraining programs in rural America and campaigned this year on easier access to education so "everyday America" can perhaps enter the present day economy.

 

I think that some of you are uncomfortable with the reality of "everyday America" and instead want to paint the Dems as "out of touch". If that were the case, you wouldn't see the parts of the country that are doing well and have a concentration of well educated and informed citizens, increasingly shifting to the left. 

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40 minutes ago, No Excuses said:

It would be great if someone can define "everyday American's".

 

I would say men who want to grow boobs but keep their genitalia and cross dress are not everyday Americans. 

 

Also, a viewpoint that America sucks as a country, the star spangled banner is racist, and white people suck is not an everyday American ideal. Though it is for many I guess. 

 

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