Clown Act At WH Is Getting On My Nerves!!!!! Pt 2!!!

Let’s try this again …..  I’ll leave the clown music out of this one …..

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So, I’m getting pretty annoyed at what’s going on at the White House and thought I’d chime in about it.

IMHO, Trump is letting minor annoyances get in the way of governance, and it’s costing him some serious clout.  …….Okay, the Sean Spicer thing was probably more about Spicer’s ego than anything.  Yet, Trump allowed a loyal and articulate spokesman walk away.  It was an unforced error.  Spicer was replaced by Anthony Scaramucci ….. which is fine, but, he immediately started a feud with the WH CoS, Reince Priebus.  Essentially stating that the comm director has, at least, as large as role as the Chief of Staff!  Look, if Trump wanted Scaramucci to help set policy and run the staff of the White House, he should have made him CoS.

Then, there’s Trump’s attempt to openly feud with our Attorney General, Jeff Sessions …… another loyal and avid Trump supporter during the campaign.  Now, if Trump didn’t know who he was getting when he nominated Sessions to be AG, then, that’s on him.  Sessions is going to follow the law, and not the political whims of his boss.  Openly attacking him on Twitter isn’t helping anything.  Indeed, it’s harming America.  ……. here’s why …..

In spite of the huge powers and authority of the POTUS, he still needs congress to get anything real and lasting done.  As Trump has demonstrated, exectutive orders are easily undone.  Laws, OTOH, are not, as Trump and congress are demonstrating right now, with respect to Zerocare.  What’s that got to do with Sessions?  Everything.  Here are two quotes from senior Repub senators on the Sessions issue, ………

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@ChuckGrassley

Everybody in D.C. Shld b warned that the agenda for the judiciary Comm is set for rest of 2017. Judges first subcabinet 2nd / AG no way

Essentially, what Grassley is saying to Trump, ‘you get rid of Sessions, and you’ll have the Obama appointed assistent AG to have for your AG for a long while’.  And, then, there’s this ….

During an interview on Capitol Hill Thursday morning, Senator Lindsey Graham said there would be “hell to pay” if Sessions were fired.

“This effort to basically marginalize and humiliate the attorney general is not going over well in the Senate,” Graham told CNN. “If Jeff Sessions is fired, there will be holy hell to pay.”

The fact is, Sessions is well respected in the Senate and has personal relationships with these guys.  These guys are suppose to be all on the same team with Trump.  But, pissing off two very powerful guys in the Senate and many others on “team conservative” is a recipe for disaster towards getting anything done for the rest of the presidency.  We elected him to get things done, not worry about scores to settle or imperceived slights he may have felt. 

If that’s not enough, the LSM is reporting that Sec of State Tillerson and Sec of Defense Mattis are unhappy with Trump’s attacks on Sessions as well, with Tillerson considering resignation.  Both Tillerson and Mattis are taking previously unannounced vacations very soon. 

We simply can’t have this bs!  We don’t need the dirty laundry aired by our own, we have the LSM for that!

Here’s some interesting commentary about what’s happening, now ……

Trump’s Circular Firing Squad

It’s true, and it’s damaging his ability to lead. 

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97 Responses to Clown Act At WH Is Getting On My Nerves!!!!! Pt 2!!!

  1. kelly says:

    Trump still thinks he is on “The Apprentice” and loves the “your fired” comment which is famous but maybe something that a president shouldn’t be doing too often especially if it seems it is for personal gain only.

    • suyts says:

      Yes, he needs to calm down and move forward with the agenda the people elected him to move on.

      • leftinflagstaff says:

        Some of the wounds are certainly unnecessarily self-inflicted. But I think the greater issue is that, yes he needs the people in Congress to help, but they’re the same people who mostly rejected his agenda when he was running on it. On both sides.

      • suyts says:

        Absolutely. But, you catch more flies with sugar than you do with vinegar. Reagan gave him a great blueprint. He should use it.

        • leftinflagstaff says:

          Possibly. But I wonder if Reagan who would have faired much better in our current political arena.

        • cdquarles says:

          As far as I can tell, even Reagan (who had to fight the ‘progressives’ in both parties) would have as rough a time as Trump is having, because the R’s establishment hates him as much as it hated Reagan. It is possible that the R’s establishment today hates Trump *more* than it did Reagan because Trump is a full outsider that ‘broke the glass ceiling’ as well as the china shop. Recall that once Reagan was gone, they praised him in public while burying the substance of his accomplishments when they couldn’t undo them.

          Personally, I think this public spat is misdirection. The issue is, as I see it, that the DC establishment is leaking things harmful to national security, while winking at things done by the previous people that made this mess in the first place.

          Session’s main mistake was his recusal over the nothingburger counterintelligence investigation, which is not the same thing as a criminal investigation. I know enough of him to know why he did it. He has such a deep respect for the law that he’ll do more than the letter requires, if that’s what the spirit of the law calls for; even when he knows that the law is a bad law. This is one way to get the bad laws repealed.

        • philjourdan says:

          No, they hate them equally. However, the democrats purged the blue dogs. And that is the difference. There are no moderate democrats. They are all raging socialists.

          If any of you expected Trump to be like a normal republican, that is your problem. He never was. He is a man of his word. And that is why he is trying to keep his promises (and why the left has no clue about him). But CD and Lat and the rest are correct in that the establishment hates him. And that is why I VOTED for him. Not because of a single promise he made. But because I am tired of the American versions of Maduro and kim trying to run our lives.

          I expect the republicans to lie as much as the democrats. And mcCain did not disappoint. I stated 3 years ago that I would not vote for another “Republican”. And I will not. I will vote for conservatives where I find them. And I will vote for anti-establishment candidates when I find them (so potentially I could vote for Sanders – but the democrats made sure I would not).

          The cesspool is not going to give up easily. My saving grace is I will not be around much longer to suffer under the heels of the tyrants.

        • Latitude says:

          The two of us are on exactly the same page…

  2. miforest says:

    you idiots. when is the last time you heard ANY democrat criticize Obama? Clinton? Pelosi? reid?
    it’s the GOP staffers leaking. sessions has let ALL of the Obama criminals go free. you need to turn off the cnn.

  3. We all knew before the election that Trump would be a clown act.

    I was impressed with many of his choices and actions at first. His tweeting has been mostly causing liberal heads to explode. I have no problems with that. Unfortunately, he is easily baited and falls into traps easily. Some of his tweets are completely off the rails. Lately it seems like two steps forward and then two steps backward–he’s not making as much headway as he could.

    I’m just thankful Hillary isn’t in there.

    Jim

  4. philjourdan says:

    Everyone is busy watching the pea.

  5. Latitude says:

    It easy to criticize when you’re only seeing one side of it…and are being steered by the people criticizing….Trump’s no clown act…he needed to jerk a knot in Session’s butt…and he did exactly what he needed to do. Sessions is playing too much buddy buddy with those same personal relations in both houses.
    . Why isn’t Hillary and the democrats in front of a judge right now? Debbie? the DNC? Trump didn’t hire Sessions for Sessions to recluse himself…and come to find out there was no reason for him to. Sessions has been dragging his ass and needed a calling out.
    The leaks are so serious there’s no words to use to make them more serious. But even that is a catch 22…..you can’t fire all of the staff at one time without creating so much havoc it shuts down.
    Then there’s the obvious….Both houses, democrats and republicans, are against Trump…Trump can destroy their swamp, and both parties are in it. The game has been to fool us all into running around waving our little red or blue flags like it makes one pills worth of difference. If that’s not obvious to everyone by now you got a problem. Trump is the swamp’s anti-Christ….he’s calling republicans out…and they are going to hammer him for it as best they can.

    Trump’s problem is how can he hire anyone that’s political….and not hire someone with ties to the swamp….he can’t.
    …and if he hires someone from outside….that’s just a new target for the swamp

    There’s no democrat or republican party…there’s just the swamp party…

    • philjourdan says:

      Trump is no idiot, but he is new to politics. That being said, he is also not unhinged (much to the chagrin of the left). I knew he would be fighting both parties in congress. They are the establishment regardless of what letter follows their name. So I did not really expect him to get much done (that requires congressional approval).

      But I follow his actions with interest. Not for what they are doing now, but for what we learn later. He is more Doug Henning than Newt Gingrich. But he does not want to dissuade the opposition from their opinion of him. The best way to defeat an enemy is to let them underestimate you.

      I do think Sessions is in on his strategy. After all, the left loves him now. And who would have thought that was possible?

      • Latitude says:

        “he is new to politics”……he’s not the swamp

        I don’t think Sessions was in on it at all. Sessions has been dragging his feet..procrastinating….there’s a dozen things, committees, investigations that haven’t even started….things that it only takes Sessions word to get started…and he hasn’t
        The news has been all over Trump, Russia, wall, you name it….that hinders Trump
        …Sessions should have come out swinging…and the news would be all over Hillary, democrats, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the DNC’s computer guy, and on and on..
        That is 100% Sessons fault…..

        This is the thing about Trump, Trump is not establishment politics….where it takes years to get something going if ever. But Trump is having to play with people that’s their way of doing things…it keeps them in office. Playing one side against the other..and giving the illusion you’re doing something. Both parties are in on it together……

        • philjourdan says:

          Lat – that is what we see. But that is why I do not trust it. It is what we do not see that I am interested in. And thus my statement.

        • Latitude says:

          Oh I agree Phil…..but obviously none of them are the smartest….and they are all so damn obvious about it….look at McCain’s grandstanding, he ‘thinks’ he’s so much smarted than the rest of them…and had to put on a big ‘look at me show’….slap a James Brown wig on his sorryass and you have Waters

          ….BTW Priebus is gone

  6. leftinflagstaff says:

    Attempting what’s being attempted was gonna be messy.

    • Latitude says:

      …and what just happened? McCain killed it…..and trots off without having to stick around and deal with it
      I despise republicans as much as democrats

  7. cdquarles says:

    James, one other thing. In my mind, the clown act isn’t Trump and the WH. The clown act is the media and they’re gaslighting us. I keep asking myself: “What are these stories not saying and why are they not saying it?”, and it boils down to the fact that the media in the USA has been a key facet of the “progressive” coup that has been going on for 120 years.

  8. Latitude says:

    rant on…..

    I am so sick and tired of McCain I could scream….his reason for voting no was because…are you ready?…..bipartisan! His reach across the aisle crap!
    We elected Trump to NOT reach across the aisle…..
    Someone bitchslap that piece of crap so hard he’ll never find his teeth

    …rant off

  9. dirkhblog says:

    The democrat party is dissolving. The remaining enemies of Trump are the nevertrumper cucks. Sessions et al want to play nice with them – that’s why Sessions is weaker than he should be.
    Trump needs to declare open season on republican cucks. Mooch might be the first of the gunners. Like liberals, the nevertrumpers will only learn through pain.

  10. suyts says:

    But, the fact remains, he still needs to govern, get laws passed, and move this nation forward, this is why we elected him. Have you guys witnessed the debacle of the healthcare/insurance mess? He’s been entirely inept!!!! The reason why that happened is because we’re playing “apprentice” while we’re suppose to be pushing a unified message. Make it happen. And, I despise disloyalty. If the person you picked first was wrong, then, you have a problem with proper judgement. If they were loyal to you, in getting you to that position, then, STFU, and do your job! This is a bright and capable group he’s surrounded himself with. And, now, he’s allowing it to dissemble, and causing much of the dissembling. I don’t give a damn about Pres. Trump, I care about this nation. We put him in this position, he needs to make it happen. That’s why he’s here. He really needs to quit with the drama bs.

    • Latitude says:

      Trump just wanted a repeal…….the republicans have had years to come up with another plan, they didn’t….they can’t repeal it because then what? That’s the republicans again…remember Trump’s not a republican.
      I’m all for doing nothing…let it totally implode on itself, which it is doing….then there’s no one’s fingerprints but the demos.

    • philjourdan says:

      What makes you think that Trump’s election would create a feeling of “kumbaya”?

      I just do not understand why people thought or think that Trump was somehow going to bring the leaders together. He is the anti-leader. I said it when I supported him a year ago. He was not going to get anything done because he would be fighting BOTH parties.

      Healthcare is not his failure. It is the failure of BOTH parties.

  11. suyts says:

    So, now, Reince is gone … the man most responsible for getting him elected. DAMNIT!!!!! How many capable people must we go through?

    • Latitude says:

      …and also the man there front and center with all the leaks going on…which btw have speeded up..not slowed down

      • suyts says:

        I very seriously doubt Reince had anything to do with any leaks. He’s the epitome of an administrator. He takes orders and effectively executes them. That’s what he does, that’s what he’s done for his entire career. No, he’s not attached to any agenda and wishy-washy, but, that’s because he’s an administrator, not a policy thinker. That’s who he is, and he’s very good at it.

        If I had a guy like that in my employ, I would not causally dismiss him. He’s a much better friend than a terrible adversary.

        • Latitude says:

          You are assuming Reince was fired and did not quit…..Reince quit weeks ago when Spicer came under fire and ended up getting replaced and quit. Reince and Spicer were a team.

          …..leaks have been going on since before the election….the only thing that surprises me is this wasn’t leaked already

          Do you think a bunch of people just showed up at Kelly’s office and started packing? Told him he’s moving? Kelly has been talking to Trump about this for a while at least.
          Trump didn’t fire Reince and then give a general orders to move jobs out of the blue…….
          ….and Trump didn’t leave an empty hole when Kelly moved over either…he’s been talking to someone else about this already

          Draining the swamp can get messy……..

        • suyts says:

          Spicer was never establishment, and Reince, again, was most important to getting Trump elected. If Preibus wasn’t on board with Trump to begin with, Trump would have never got elected. And, yes, I don’t believe Reince was fired, he just quit because Trump hired a guy who had a hard-on for Reince. Trump allowed a “communications director” to talk bs to the Chief of Staff, on TV and radio. It’s a clown act.

          If Trump called me today and asked me to be apart of his team, I would say “nope”. He’s a disloyal, fickle person. I’d have no part of it. Look what he’s trying to do to Sessions. It’s wrong, morally and politically. It’s stupid. I have no respect for stupidity.

        • Latitude says:

          Sessions needed a knot jerked in his ass too…….in 6 months he has started nothing that he was hired to do…and the proof is…all of a sudden yesterday and today there’s paper’s filed and investigations started

        • Latitude says:

          plus Sessions playing politics….which is exactly what he did….reclused himself..and now it’s come out that there was absolutely no reason for him to do that

        • Latitude says:

          ..and this thing with Sessions really ticks me off
          Sessions reclused himself because he didn’t want to get his hands dirty…..getting his hands dirty is why he was hired!!

      • cdquarles says:

        Oh, lest we forget, why is Jeff Sessions the AG today, instead of being a senior appellate judge (11th Circuit) or on the Supreme Court? /rhetorical

        We should not forget that ‘politics’ is why God could use this way. Sessions was ‘borked’, if you recall, when he was nominated for a position on the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. After that, Sessions decided, by the Grace of God, to fight fire with fire. Slime me via politics, well, I’ll get elected to your club. This time, the sliming backfired.

        Again, key appointments still have not been filled. The DOJ is full of careerist bureaucrats and ‘progressive’ political activists.

  12. Someone says:

    So far, the good news is, Trump is probably the best we could have gotten as president. The bad news is, Trump is not the best we could have gotten as president. And I’m a Trump voter.

    I wish he would do some thing better, but it is fun when he kicks the media in the teeth.

    As for the Republican Party, this healthcare issue is a great example of why most stop showing up to the voting booths. Big promises with no balls to implement. It’s just another talking point like taxes or abortion to get the sheep excited on election day and then do nothing.

    • philjourdan says:

      Trump is not the candidate you want based upon ideas. Trump is the candidate you want based upon standing up to the thugs and getting things done. He cannot rule like a tyrant, but he can call the petty dictators out and make their life miserable.

  13. suyts says:

    Just listened to Leon Pennetta endorse this move on Fox ……… 😦

  14. suyts says:

    Cue the clown music.

    • Latitude says:

      don’t see it as clowns at all…..Trump is not establishment politics….and he has both sides trying to undo him because of that
      He’s bringing in non-establishment politics people in too.

      I’ve always said…..same dog, different collar…and they are all showing it now

    • suyts says:

      But, we still have to govern. Anything that Trump does can easily be undone if it isn’t codified by law. And, yes, non-establishment people, but, the very “non-establishment” people are on their way out! Globalists are being inserted. Bannon is next.

      • Latitude says:

        ..Trump’s not able to get squat done now because of the swamp….and the swamp some how is in his living room…..the latest leaks could have only come from inside

      • Latitude says:

        “But, we still have to govern.”…well McCain just proved today that’s impossible
        There’s not enough people in either houses that support Trump

        What Trump needs is exactly what he’s doing…..he needs to get people around him that are loyal to him and loyal to the republican cause…..and some that have really big mouths and like to go on TV and whopass.

        Obama surrounded himself with people that were so loyal to the liberal cause..they wipped his ass with their hands

        Trump needs those same kinds of people…they need to be on every show calling out republicans by name…telling what they are and are not doing

  15. suyts says:

    So,the DHS head will move to being the CoS ……. as he was effectively running the DHS. But, now, he will not, because he can’t. Neither is it clear that he can tell Mooch to STFU, so Gen. Kelly will do something he’s not really acquainted with, removing him from something he was effective at ….. so will Mooch STFU? …… cue the clown music.

    • Latitude says:

      don’t know who is going to replace Kelly just yet…..might be Cheney! LOL

    • Latitude says:

      Well you are missing something here…..Kelly “agreed” to change jobs…..This doesn’t happen in one morning…..Kelly and Trump have obviously been talking about this for a while….and Kelly wanted to do this

      …..and Trump has been talking to someone else about replacing Kelly

    • suyts says:

      I’m sure Kelly is a fine administrator. All senior generals are. That’s not the point I’m trying to make. At some point, we have to move forward with the agenda of MAGA. The reality TV bs has already lost millions. This nation doesn’t have time for this crap. Stop the drama and move forward! We are paralyzed because of these games!

      • Latitude says:

        no….we are paralyzed because of the political swamp
        These are the same republicans, in both houses, that campaigned on these exact same things..jumped all over Trump’s band wagon when he won…..now that it’s time to pay up…it’s more of McCain’s reach across the aisle BS…..both parties are in it together..and it’s all about saving their jobs

      • suyts says:

        In the meantime, we can’t even get a repeal of ACA, even though both sides know it’s going to implode, and the ineffective POTUS is pushing for a repeal. …… the POTUS can’t drain the swamp until the people get behind him and change the notion of Capitol Hill. But, we’re not doing that right now, we’re playing games. Further, Bannon was never part of the “swamp”, but he’s prolly the next one to go. The globalists are staying, the rest are going away, one at a time.

        • Latitude says:

          I don’t read Trump that way…..I feel he pushed for repeal knowing it ain’t gonna happen.
          He’s said many times, let it fail and it’s all on the democrats.
          ..and you’re right…..republicans are in control but can’t do anything because we don’t have a republican president….now they are in control, have a republican president..and still can’t do squat….at some point people are going to have to realize it’s because they don’t want to
          Trump’s changing the notion of Capitol Hill rapidly..and rabidly….so many people are pissed at them right now it’s over the top.
          Trump believes two things….get it done now….or give people enough rope….Bannon will make his own fate…..
          You keep saying “globalists”…..there’s nothing wrong with being globalist…as long as it’s a level playing field…Trump’s flattening that field

        • Latitude says:

          “I don’t read Trump that way…..I feel he pushed for repeal knowing it ain’t gonna happen.”
          …and called out the RINOS…..the republicans that voted against it are outed now

        • suyts says:

          Well, I’m reading things a different way, but, I hope you’re right. But, I do believe there’s something wrong with a “globalist”, contingent upon us having the same understanding of the word. Americans do not have the same interests as some Asian (or other) nation. Our thoughts about equity are different. Our thoughts about justice are different. Even our thoughts about the word “liberty” are different. It is unfathomable that the rest of the world would come to our way of thinking regarding such notions. So, for us to become a global “community” we would have to compromise our thoughts of such notions, or they would have to compromise theirs. I am unwilling to compromise such thoughts.

        • suyts says:

          Lat, let me tell you this, also! Love you, man!!!! And, thanks!

        • leftinflagstaff says:

          Would really suck if we keep putting ourselves thru all this, and the answer still turns out to be non-political. 😀

          Future history student: ‘Holy crap, they actually thought politics was going to get them out of what politics got them in?’

          I think politics has as much chance at providing rejuvenation as it had at providing creation (1776) or preservation (1860).

        • suyts says:

          Except it was “politics” which did exactly that on both occasions.

        • suyts says:

          My point is, there is “right” and there is “wrong”. It isn’t subjective and is isn’t situational. It is objective. If they didn’t lie, cheat, or steal, then ….??? If they did, then …..?????? You deal with honest men honestly, or, you don’t deal. No one can convince me Reince and Jeff Sessions, and Spicer colluded to harm the presidency. These are capable, honest, and actively supportive of Trump, yet, they are being removed, or, attempted to be removed from this administration ……….. include Bannon on the list. Tillerson and Mattis want to leave. This is bullshit!

        • Me says:

          Lat, that is what it is! it can’t be spinned any other way than what it is!

        • Latitude says:

          “Lat, let me tell you this, also! Love you, man!!!! And, thanks!”

          You know it’s mutual

        • Latitude says:

          ” If they didn’t lie, cheat, or steal, then ….???”

          Simply, for one reason or the other, they didn’t do their job.

          Two things are eating at Trump..and rightly so
          The leaks have increased.
          Russia….Russia should be focused on Obama, Hillary, Debbie, democrats

          If we can read this mess in the news, you know his staff knows it…
          Leaks …Spicer, Reince
          Russia…. Sessions

          In six months the leaks have increased….the news is still going on about Trump and Russia

          You’re letting the news sway your thinking….it’s not what they did….it’s what they haven’t done. If they “did” something, they would have been fired on the spot…not doing something…Trump gave them 6 months

          Trump hired a pit bull….Scareamooch (no different than Obama hiring Rahm)…….and a no nonsense general ….that alone tells you it’s not what they did, it’s what they didn’t do

          Sessions has had six months to ‘start’ an investigation on Russia and the democrats….the only thing he’s done is recluse himself from the very job he was hired to do! That alone would get him bitchslapped from me!
          …and like I said before, there was obviously no excuse for Sessons dragging his feet, because the second Trump called him out (words were hurtful) Sessons started filing.

          Trump is not political, he does not work on political time….when he wants a job done, he wants it now…..that’s exactly why he was elected…and I agree with him 100%

        • leftinflagstaff says:

          My point, which I’m sure is tainted by my greater pessimism 😀, is that even a smoothly humming Administration, still has to function in the current political realm. I think we’re looking for solutions where there are none.

        • Me says:

          Where there are none??? yeah there are lots of problems,and as soon as yours down there are fixed then ours will follow, because that is the way things work!!!! Here nobody cares cause you are the example everyone goes by!

        • cdquarles says:

          Lat, don’t forget that Congress is stalling key appointments. Sessions is herding swamp cats here. I don’t think Sessions is playing politics. I think Sessions’ sense of propriety is being played politically. I know enough about him and his personality by talking to him face-to-face in Small Town, Rural America. I’m not sure how much you’ve been able to learn first hand, since you don’t live here to have the experience. No doubt, though, you still have family here. Perchance have they had the opportunity to meet with AG Sessions in person?

          Keep in mind, all of this we are discussing is based on ‘media’ ‘reports’. Key stuff is not being said. Sessions worked with President Trump long enough, I thought, for him to get a feel for ‘Southern sensibilities’ when propriety is involved. Maybe not. Alabama when Sessions was born and New York when Trump was born were quite distinct, though maybe not as far apart culturally as they are now.

        • suyts says:

          Comment didn’t age well re Mooch. Sessions from the start, and even during his confirmation hearings stated, as AG, he will follow the law. As far as whether or not he’s investigating HRC and others or not, well, even Trump doesn’t know. They don’t comment on such. They can’t, by policy and law. Sessions is a straight arrow and was key to getting Trump elected. Trump needs to check himself. You can disagree with friends, but, if you wrong a friend, simply because you disagree with their mannerisms, then, you weren’t a friend to begin with. I view the tempest as a shameful display of disloyalty. I think Sessions recused himself because he fully believed there was nothing to worry about. If he thought there was a problem, he wouldn’t have volunteered to be the AG.

        • Latitude says:

          Looks like you’re 100% right……but Sessions timing sucks…..right after Trump reamed him a new one for not doing anything…..Sessions all of a sudden started filing and getting more aggressive…..
          Sessions is still southern…and operating the way he always has….

        • cdquarles says:

          Again, though, Lat, the clown act is the ‘media’, for it is they who’ve tried to create this impression. Again, I don’t think the ‘spat’ really is what it is made to appear to be, since that is a wholly owned ‘Democrat-media complex’ production.

        • Latitude says:

          cd, I don’t think there was any spat at all….Trump is Sessions boss….the boss was just kicking him in the can

        • cdquarles says:

          Lat, again, I don’t think that’s so. It is made to look that way because the clown act is the media (and this is what has been true of them for over a century, if not more). Sure, President Trump is the boss of the AG and thus the boss of the DoJ. He also knows that his appointments are being stalled, slimed, or both, by the Democrat-media complex.

          [Remember, nothing or nearly nothing people know about ‘The Stand in the Schoolhouse Door’ and the man that pulled off that bit of political theater is the truth. As President Reagan said: “The problem with our ‘liberal’ friends isn’t so much whatt they don’t know; but that so much of what they know just isn’t so”.

        • Latitude says:

          I think we’re both on the same page….we are all the time….I’m just saying it wrong

  16. Me says:

    Now. Watch the whole thing!!!! And that same applies to this climate change Crap that these same people believe because that is what they were told by experts!!!!! The Hypocrisy runs deep on both sides from what I have seen!!! Because of this PPM thang I keep telling you about, Bottom Line! And Matter can not be created nor destroyed still holds true, just as something can’t come from nothing! Bottom line!

    • Me says:

      And as for equal pay! Where else can you go???? Where a clerk gets paid the same as a tech!!!! Or a cook gets paid the same as as a supply or trucker???????? Or they all get paid the same??????? OOOOOOO Snap!!!!!

  17. Latitude says:

    well…in spite of all the fake news about Trump firing people….those same people have been going out of their way on the news, twitter, every where they can….to sing Trump’s praises and how great Trump is………………….

  18. suyts says:

    And …. now Mooch is gone. As general Kelly was inserted, and his authority established, I think this is a good thing. I wonder why Reince wasn’t afforded the same opportunity. Still, apparently Trump sees a need to establish a working order. I hope he keeps it this way.

    • Latitude says:

      Trump practices a lesson that was hard for me to learn…when someone doesn’t work out…giving them chance after chance only backfires on you, and makes you look bad.
      Reince, who knows, obviously he was not effective in the Trump whitehouse, and Trump replaced him…..Reince has a long history of politics….with that comes a lot of butt kissing and pandering…Trump is not political, just get the job done

      • leftinflagstaff says:

        There’s a more basic lesson. Two people, who can’t agree on anything, fighting over the steering wheel. Someone throw a punch, dammit, before you both die.

      • suyts says:

        The problem with that notion is the realization that Trump didn’t get elected without Reince. It would have been impossible without Reince’s cooperation and support. And, he didn’t have to. But, he did. Reince demonstrated he was an exceptional administrator. I’m not say Kelly isn’t a good choice ….. I’m saying I would surely find a place for someone such as Reince. Look at his track record! Sure, Obama helped him, but ……;)

        • Latitude says:

          …but the Preibus made a point of going on every show, twitter, everything he could find
          to brag about Trump and what a great job Trump is doing

          Whatever happened, it seems they are still on good terms and the separation was amicable

  19. Latitude says:

    Question: Where are you guys getting your news on the internet?
    …I’m mostly doing Drudge, Breitbart, Weasel Zippers, The Mail, and BadBlue
    News is driving me crazy……

    • About the same for me.

      • Latitude says:

        well hoozie wazzle……I’m hooked on the news…and need to get a new hobby….but then afraid I’ll miss something…and when I read it, I wish I hadn’t….LOL

        Got a huge iguana problem here on the island…so I got a Crosman 1077…I’m having a ball popping off iguanas! Filled up a half garbage can last week……..

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