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Berkshire

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  1. Funny. Trump won't be around. If he's smart, he'll resign before they drag his fat butt to the federal pen.
  2. You're lying again. Lying is not going to win you any points with the general public. Just ask Trump. He's being blamed for this shutdown, even by his own supporters.... [Trump voters now blame him for the government shutdown] [Many here, even those who still support Trump, say they hold him most responsible. They recite his comment from the Oval Office that he would be “proud to shut down the government.” When he said it, they listened.] https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-voters-now-blame-him-for-the-government-shutdown/ar-BBSxPvV?ocid=wispr
  3. Surely u know that Trump doesn't care about border security. Trump ONLY cares about winning. And since he promised a wall, he needs to deliver a wall to win. Whether a wall works or not...who cares.
  4. Ann Coulter is about as nutty as they come. The woman has some screws loose. But amazingly, our President is deathly afraid of her. And this has not gone unnoticed.... [Nancy Pelosi should negotiate with Ann Coulter] https://edition.cnn.com/2019/01/20/opinions/pelosi-coulter-limbaugh-immigration-negotiation-obeidallah/index.html
  5. Geez man, did you even bother to read the article? Your ability to deny reality is breath-taking. What he did as a businessman was not normal. Trump was more a conman than a businessman. And he's not draining the swamp, he's populating it with some of the most vile, unqualified, and corrupt swamp creatures. The Trump Administration will go down in history as the most incompetent and corrupt ever. More from the article: [From the time he built his first Manhattan apartment building, Mr. Trump left a string of unpaid tabs for the people who worked for him. The undocumented Polish workers who did the demolition work for that first building, Trump Tower, eventually won a $1.375 million settlement. Since then, scores of lawyers, contractors, engineers and waiters have sued Mr. Trump for unpaid bills or pay. Typically, he responds by asserting that their work did not meet his standard.]
  6. These Trump minions who worship Trump and all that he's about should look a little bit into the history of Trump the businessman. The guy was truly a scoundrel. But back then, it was only people who did business with him that got shafted. Now, it's the US government and its citizens, not to mention the rest of the world. [He also reverted to lifelong patterns in business. People who worked with him during those years say they see multiple parallels between Mr. Trump the businessman and Mr. Trump the steward of the country’s longest government shutdown. His lack of public empathy for unpaid federal workers echoes his treatment of some construction workers, contractors and lawyers whom he refused to pay for their work on his real estate projects. The plight of the farmers and small-business owners wilting without the financial support pledged by his administration harks back to the multiple lenders and investors who financed Mr. Trump’s business ventures only to come up shortchanged.] https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/in-business-and-governing-trump-seeks-victory-in-chaos/ar-BBSvSuc?ocid=wispr
  7. Please share your idea of a credible news site.
  8. Why is it that Trump supporters always quote from fake news sites.... [False Nancy Pelosi claims In 2010, Judicial Watch made inaccurate claims about air travel spending by Nancy Pelosi's congressional delegation; Judicial Watch's claims were picked up by the conservative conspiracy site WorldNetDaily.[20] Judicial Watch also made false claims about Pelosi's air travel in 2008 as well.[21]] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judicial_Watch
  9. This looks pretty serious. And of course, Trump and his cronies will deny it. But... [....BuzzFeed says that Mueller’s office has more evidence than just Cohen’s testimony that Trump directed him to lie to Congress. Per the report, Cohen’s testimony is backed up by “interviews with multiple witnesses from the Trump Organization and internal company emails, text messages, and a cache of other documents.”] https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/democrats-demand-investigation-after-report-that-trump-ordered-michael-cohen-to-lie-to-congress/ar-BBSoREu?ocid=wispr Once Mueller completes his investigation, there will be a mountain of evidence which will justify not just impeachment, but indictment. Let's see if and when the GOP Congress will grow a spine and actually do something.
  10. I get you. I certainly understand how those in the fossil fuel industry--especially coal--would be deniers. Their pocketbook and livelihood depends on it. So if you're a coal baron with millions tied-up in coal and most of the world turning away, then of course you won't feel any guilt about commissioning some fake scientific report which rejects climate change. And certain politicians being paid by coal lobbyists, they're fine rejecting science. They get paid to be ignorant. But some of these guys on TV are deniers simply because Trump says so. How stupid is that?
  11. Hmmm, the ad looks pretty harmless to me. What's the big deal?
  12. I'm not sure if the ATCs want to mention the word "strike," in light of what happened in the Reagan years.... [Reagan fires 11,000 striking air traffic controllers Aug. 5, 1981] https://www.politico.com/story/2008/08/reagan-fires-11-000-striking-air-traffic-controllers-aug-5-1981-012292 Perhaps they can all call in sick.
  13. More Trump embarrassing himself with his stupidity. Wheels? Walls? Somebody make it stop!
  14. Pretty accurate....except you need to add more "lies."
  15. "Just having fun." Funny. Pretty soon, it will be time to pay the piper.... [A senior Democratic senator has suggested Congress is almost ready to indict President Donald Trump, and is hopeful he may face criminal charges.] https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/senator-says-congress-almost-ready-for-trump-indictment/ar-BBSjz3Q?ocid=wispr
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