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#61 TakeYouToTasker

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Posted 05 May 2017 - 01:39 PM

 

I was thinking of the one that invaded their neighbors and took over the land.

Not the one which usurped the power to purchase land from other governments, despite that power not having been afforded to them by their foundational document, which had been ratified only fifteen years prior?



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Posted 05 May 2017 - 01:45 PM

Not the one which usurped the power to purchase land from other governments, despite that power not having been afforded to them by their foundational document, which had been ratified only fifteen years prior?

 

No, the one that told old Europe to lay its hands off an entire hemisphere.



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Posted 05 May 2017 - 01:51 PM

 

No, the one that told old Europe to lay its hands off an entire hemisphere.

And here I thought you had been talking about the one which had it's least powerful branch of it's government convert itself into being the most powerful branch of government, telling the man who wrote the foundational document that he was wrong about the meaning of what he himself had written.



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Posted 05 May 2017 - 01:57 PM

And here I thought you had been talking about the one which had it's least powerful branch of it's government convert itself into being the most powerful branch of government, telling the man who wrote the foundational document that he was wrong about the meaning of what he himself had written.

 

Yup, that's the one.



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Posted 05 May 2017 - 01:58 PM

 

Yup, that's the one.

Fantastic.  We have an accord.



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Posted 05 May 2017 - 02:06 PM

Fantastic.  We have an accord.


So does my Dad. Brother has a Civic

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Posted 05 May 2017 - 06:55 PM

Some thoughts on Trump and the reactions from the Left, and right, from Andrew Klaven............

 

 

Wall Street Journal opinion piece gets it just right:

 

The media template for covering the 115th Congress apparently goes like this: When Republicans fail to pass a bill, they’re doomed. But when they succeed, they’re also doomed.

 

 

This is not only true on the left, whose media from the New York Times to CNN now sounds like a girls' locker room after a mouse got in. But it's true on the right too, where every compromise is reported as a catastrophe.

 

I would like to offer an alternative narrative. President Trump and the GOP are actually doing a pretty good job so far.

 

I know. The recent budget stank, but it put off a fight we didn't need right now for another day and kept the government open for health care and tax reform.

 

And I know: the House health care bill doesn't repeal Obamacare. But on first glance, it strikes me as a cleverly designed poison pill that will allow Obamacare to die state by state while providing a soft landing for those who were helped by the failing law — which, in turn, might preserve the Republican majority in Congress. Plus, it shows that Republicans have the guts to try to fix O-Care when they could have simply stood back and let it die and then blamed Democrats. Plus, it shows that, after a shaky start, a divided Republican House majority can govern. So... on to the Senate.

 

In any case, compromise and dissatisfaction are part of politics. With a center-right Congress in a center-right country with a president with instincts on both sides of the line, we conservatives are not going to win them all.

 

But let's step back from the close-up bill-by-bill view for a moment, and take a look at the bigger picture.

 

The Democratic Party has now become a far left party antithetical to American liberty. That is, the Democrats no longer support the limits on government that protect the right of each person to choose his own way, express his own thoughts and use his own property and money as he sees fit.

 

To the end of limiting that liberty they appoint justices to the Supreme Court who interpret the Constitution not according to its meaning, but according to their whims; they amass regulations in order to vastly expand the power of the unelected state; they corrupt and misuse powerful departments and bureaus like Justice and the IRS to overturn laws by non-enforcement and silence speech by delay and penalty; and they use their very powerful news media to essentially censor information in their favor.

 

more at the link: https://pjmedia.com/.../05/thanks-gop/



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Posted 05 May 2017 - 11:01 PM

So does my Dad. Brother has a Civic


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Posted 09 May 2017 - 05:20 PM

Bye Comey