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Re: GOP Primary

Postby VoteMout » Tue Nov 14, 2017 3:51 pm

It shows you the shape that Obama left the Democrat party in. So many switched over to vote for Trump.
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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Cate McCalley » Wed Nov 15, 2017 11:31 am

VoteMout wrote:It shows you the shape that Obama left the Democrat party in. So many switched over to vote for Trump.


Both Party’s want loyalty that neither deserve.


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Re: GOP Primary

Postby GFunkMoneyDog » Wed Nov 29, 2017 1:28 pm

More good Trump news. Consumer confidence is at a 17 year high!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Cate McCalley » Tue Dec 05, 2017 9:44 am

GFunkMoneyDog wrote:More good Trump news. Consumer confidence is at a 17 year high!!!!!!!!!!



More good news. Or is it? The Dollar Store is building 1,000 new stores for rural America, to add to their existing 14,000 inventory. Is this really good news for rural communities that have only one or two local grocery stores that supply fresh meats, dairy & produce?

If the trend of Dollar Store closing local grocery stores continues, maybe the news for rural residents is rather bad. Dollar Stores will put those markets out of business. Already local groceries are operating on thin profit margins, barely able to compete where Walmart’s is within reasonable driving distances of 25 to 30 miles. Some rural Walmart stores competing with Dollar Stores have already closed.

None of this will affect people living in rural communities that can have Omaha Steaks meat products and Whole Foods products delivered to their door. Or at least to an existing UPS Depot within driving distance. It will affect people without the means to drive several miles to a Walmart Super Centers for fresh meat, dairy and produce.

Just like we seen with Walmart putting local groceries out of business, we will see these rural Dollar Stores pick off the remaining few rural local grocery stores. And if course higher prices following, once competition is no more.

It’s okay though. Trump has complete confidence he & his billionaire class rural folks won’t mind. After all it’s those $3.00 an hour illegal strawberry pickers to blame. Or maybe they aren’t?

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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Cate McCalley » Thu Dec 07, 2017 11:49 am

For decades Republican Party politicians have touted themselves the ‘moral majority’ . Today it’s becoming more obvious these folks are the ‘silent majority’ when faced with immoral sexual conduct of one of their own.

How is it Democrat Congressional politicians and leaders can take the moral high road and oust one of their own for sexual misconduct, and Republican Congressional leaders uphold and standby their immoral colleagues?


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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Pappy » Thu Dec 07, 2017 12:47 pm

Cate McCalley wrote:For decades Republican Party politicians have touted themselves the ‘moral majority’ . Today it’s becoming more obvious these folks are the ‘silent majority’ when faced with immoral sexual conduct of one of their own.

How is it Democrat Congressional politicians and leaders can take the moral high road and oust one of their own for sexual misconduct, and Republican Congressional leaders uphold and standby their immoral colleagues?

Fucked up leaders we have.
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Re: GOP Primary

Postby upallnight » Sun Dec 10, 2017 5:20 pm

Based on party beliefs the GOP are the moral majority.
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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Cate McCalley » Sun Dec 10, 2017 9:55 pm

upallnight wrote:Based on party beliefs the GOP are the moral majority.


Any person, without respect to political party, gender, race or creed, that says they believe sexual misconduct is immoral, yet cast a vote to elect a President...that proved by his own words, his immorality in bragging about his personal privilege to sexually abuse women, cannot in any way, shape form or fashion claim to be led by morals.


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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Cate McCalley » Mon Dec 11, 2017 3:55 pm

upallnight wrote:Based on party beliefs the GOP are the moral majority.


UAP, that may have true generations ago. Not anymore. Those with morals, are doing what Newsmax reported Joyce Simmons has done.

“Joyce Simmons, the GOP national committeewoman from Nebraska, emailed the 168-member governing body Monday to inform them that she had tendered her resignation. She writes: "I strongly disagree with the recent RNC financial support directed to the Alabama Republican Party for use in the Roy Moore race."


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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Cate McCalley » Wed Dec 13, 2017 10:11 am

The Democrat Party had a big win yesterday. Doug Moore, the Democrat Senate candidate in the special Alabama election, narrowly won the election. Young, African American and Women (black women @ 98% & 35% white women) voters defeated Republican candidate Roy Moore. A stunning upset for a deep red State, where Republicans have won almost every election by more than 60% for decades. For the first time in 25 years, Alabama elected a Democrat Senator.

All politicians locally and nationally, Democrat, Republican and Independent, eyes were on this special election. An election made necessary by Trump’s appointment of Jeff Sessions to head the DOJ, leaving his Senate seat vacant. Such irony!

More than a Democrat victory, this election result is a solid rejection of an opportunistic Candidate, Alabama voters found hypocritically preaching what he hasn’t practiced.

Bannon’s role in influencing the POTUS to throw his full support to candidate Moore may turn out to be Trumps Waterloo. It’s hard to imagine how it couldn’t be Steve Bannon’s.

While some Congressional Republicans publicly supported Candidate Moore or avoided rejecting him publicly, a few others refused to support Moore because of his failure to recognize our nation’s Rule of Law while sitting on Alabama State’s Supreme Court, and his past history of alleged sexual misconduct. Even though the POTUS denies his own documented sexual misconduct, has no regard for the truth and little respect for our Rule of Law guiding our three branched government, by now he should have a profound understanding of his limitations.

It may hurt Trumps feelings to know his Secretary of State thinks he’s a moron, or a low level FBI agent thinks he’s an idiot. The truth is Trump’s oversized ego and lack of humility lend themselves to this perception. It’s impossible for one to fix what one perceives isn’t broken.

Trump’s lack of knowledge about governmental procedures from Congressional rules to agency policy implementation, has made it impossible for his own Party’s elected offices to work with him.

Trump following his base and failure to understand his job to lead, has deeply wounded the Republican Party and further fractured the deep political divide our nation now finds itself trying to deal with.

It seems the ‘great negotiator’.... the Wizard of modern U.S. politics, has emerged be a fragile & mean old man behind the curtain at the end of the Yellow Brick Road. Now that the powers of his Witch of the North, have been laid low what’s next?


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Re: GOP Primary

Postby PharmGirl » Wed Dec 13, 2017 3:59 pm

You're actually shocked? The mainstream media destroyed Moore.
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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Cate McCalley » Wed Dec 13, 2017 6:38 pm

PharmGirl wrote:You're actually shocked? The mainstream media destroyed Moore.


Not shocked. Surprised Trump was elected. Though we now know that Putin’s Intelligence campaign to spread fake news and hype conspiracy theories from 2008 forward, clearly interfered and influenced the 2016 Presidential election. That’s why there’s two Congressional and a DOJ Special Counsel Investigation underway. Investigations searching for for the truth of how much complicity, or collaboration there was with Russian operatives within the Trump Campaign.

Our Intelligence Agency’s have not found that MSM hacked our democratic institutions, to obtain and peddle dirt to the Trump Campaign. They did in fact, find that Russian operatives, under the direction of Russia’s Intelligence, hacked our Democratic Institutions.


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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Pappy » Wed Dec 13, 2017 9:55 pm

PharmGirl wrote:You're actually shocked? The mainstream media destroyed Moore.

That's what happens when a pervert backs a pervert.
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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Cate McCalley » Thu Dec 14, 2017 12:29 am

Pappy wrote:
PharmGirl wrote:You're actually shocked? The mainstream media destroyed Moore.


That's what happens when a pervert backs a pervert.


Pappy, Roy Moore didn’t lose because MSM ‘destroyed him’. He lost because he destroyed himself. Moore was elected Chief Justice to the Alabama Supreme Court in 2001. He was removed in 2003 for defying our Rule of Law that he was sworn to uphold. Again in 2016 Moore was elected to the same Supreme Court only to be suspended for doing the exact same thing.

In April of this year he resigned from the court to run for U.S. Senator. MSM did their job and exposed Roy Moore for who he is. It’s typical for these power hungry melamaniac types to exploit Christianity for political power. People like Roy Moore believe rules of convention or The Rule of Law upheld by our United States Constitution does not apply to them.

I’m sure Moore never imagined his past sexual abuse of teenagers would catch up with him. 91% of Republicans that voted in Alabama voted for Roy Moore. The 9% of Republicans that didn’t cast their vote for Moore and those didn’t vote at all, did so because they didn’t want a perv and a man that put himself above the law, blatantly violating our Rule of Law (fomented by our U.S. Constitution) representing who they are.

Had Alabama voters elected Moore, he would have never been seated in the Senate. Out of 336 million people in this nation only 100 serve the office of United States Senator. There’s no doubt a good many of these Senators have violated some law at one time or another. And more than we would care to know are likely guilty of sexual misconduct. But not one of them have ever been removed or suspended from public Office for failure to abide by the oath they took, to uphold the law of the land and our United States Constitution.

If Alabama doesn’t already have too many pervs preaching from the pulpit, Roy Moore can find a seat behind one of them. He would be free to interpret and preach whatever religious beliefs he holds. What he can’t do is find a seat in the U. S. Senate where he would be compelled to take an oath to defend and uphold our U.S. Constitution, when he has taken that oath twice before and failed to fulfill it.


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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Cate McCalley » Thu Dec 14, 2017 11:24 am

GFunkMoneyDog wrote:
GFunkMoneyDog wrote:You don't understand what Net Neutrality is about. This has to do with Corporations controlling how fast service is, depending on what sites you access, even blocking ones they don't have a commercial relationship with. It boils down to censorship. Net Neutrality also will guarantee no small companies can compete. It will give the large providers a government protected monopoly.



Trump names new FCC chairman: Ajit Pai, who wants to take a 'weed whacker' to net neutrality


[url]Trump names new FCC chairman: Ajit Pai, who wants to take a 'weed whacker' to net neutrality[/url]


President Obama was clear when he warned voters ‘there’s consequences in elections’.

Today the FCC, with a Republican majority Commission is voting on rescinding Obama’s Order for the agency to maintain net neutrality classified under Title II as a utility, like other communication companies such as phone and TV providers.

It’s expected the Republican majority FCC Commission will be reclassify the Internet providers as Title I companies. This action will give internet providers the right to offer faster service lanes to corporate customers, which will slow streaming and internet communications for non-corporate internet users. Internet Consumers will lose big time, as they will be confined to much slower lanes on the ‘information highway’.

I can’t think of any population that will be more negatively impacted than rural America’s. The very people that elected Donald J. Trump.


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