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I say YES. YOU say NO....Numero Tre! Enjoy!

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  • illinoislady
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    And the un-usually high number of Reps.

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    Sounds much like Trump is having more issues. Not only on ramps, but I read yesterday that coming down his plane steps he was extraordinarily deliberate with something of a hesitation a time or two. I think he has always been like that. He does not want to do anything to possibly destroy the idea of showing people his PERFECTION in everything. Probably thinking about some of the times Biden has fallen. Still what I read makes it sound like it is even more pronounced and does at this time have some basis in his disease processes.

    Well, soon enough I think the media and those hoping to continue to profit in some way from that orange lunatic are going to end up with the nothingness that is the Loon. He is a figment of overripe imaginations and people thinking they can get somewhere. Would that be somewhere like the Pillow Guy or Rudy Giuliana, or Sidney Powell and others. Also, I sort of think at times about all those people who get to watch the Loon give everyone the finger and hang onto him for it. Well, folks — that was always the only thing you were going to get and that won't be happening too much longer. So, I wonder what they will do then.

    There is not a Trump/Loon in the bunch of the Reps. left. They have all tried to emulate Trump but they can't. They are the dregs and rotten people but they don't have the amt. of mental disease that has allowed the loon to manage that very short finger he gives us all. For sure they can be damaging but I'm not at all sure they could actually rise to CULT leadership.

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    Stone cold coward with a fist.

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    Yes, Rachel.

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    Absolutely.

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    Hoping it just keeps getting better all the way to election day.

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    He is going to need a lot more than just running on the border — especially since no Democrat will stand still for any story but the truth about the border.

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    Throughout our lives, the moment we bring our awareness fully into
    the Now, we enter the domain of the true self, and our immediate
    conscious reality is once again that of sensation and perception.  As
    I sit in the park, the sunlight brightens the leaves and casts shadows
    on the ground. I have a feeling of contentment.  And as long as “I”
    don’t create stories about what I am seeing or about the fact that I
    am feeling content, which leads me away from my immediate experience,
    what I experience remains simply perception and sensation.  The same is
    true for any feeling, any emotion. In the Now, it is just what it is.  In the
    Now, I “go back” to my original awareness “by the way that [I] have
    come.”  When we directly perceive and experience whatever is present
    in our larger fields of awareness, it is possible to have a relationship with
    it without becoming lost in it or defined by it.

    Richard Moss
    The Mandala of Being

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    I have begun to notice the
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    QuoteInsightfulAgreeLikeCareLOL being used by several and it helps to know you are at least seeing what is posted even if you have nothing to add or post yourself. To that end, I too am trying to remember to acknowledge entries by others even though I put in a lot of material here.

    I am and have been heavily attuned for some time to what goes in politics and so far I just have been unable to be complacent for long — a day or two maybe but then I'm having to jump right back in.

    Thank you to those who do that because sometimes when I seem to be the only one, I start to wonder if I'm wasting my time. I'M NOT.

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    Their whole style for us is Dark Ages. Un, no.

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    Former Official Exposed Donald’s Dirty Little Secret — Trump Was The “Biggest Leaker” In His Own Administration And The “Noxious Behavior” Was Detrimental For The Country

    Well, what do you know?

    Looking back, it’s truly astonishing how much constant drama we went through as a nation throughout Donald Trump’s four-year term in the  White House. It seemed as though every time you would turn around, something else would be “leaked,” the proverbial pot would be stirred, and then-President Trump would be making a scene about the whole ordeal in some series of unhinged tweets.

    But according to one former Trump administration official, the source of the bulk majority of most of those dramatic leaks during Donald’s term was actually none other than Donald Trump himself — and his nasty habit was actually extremely detrimental not only to Trump’s presidential administration but to the entire country as a whole.

    Former Defense Secretary Mark Esper’s new tell-all book, A Sacred Oath: Memoirs of a Secretary of Defense During Extraordinary Times, has been making waves in the media cycle for weeks now, as more and more excerpts of his book hit the public, chock full of even more shocking and disturbing revelations that we were prepared for.

    According to one of those excerpts, Esper has alleged that now-former President Donald Trump was actually “the “biggest leaker of all,” and claims the situation was so bad, in fact, that “leaks were a chronic problem” throughout Trump’s presidency.

    Business Insider reports on the bombshell excerpt revelation, with Esper writing in his book:

    The individual motivations for the leaks ranged from advancing a preferred policy outcome to enhancing the leaker’s own role or credentials to currying favor with the president. It was a noxious behavior learned from the top. The president was the biggest leaker of all. It turned colleague against colleague, department against department, and it was generally bad for the administration and the country.”

    The former Trump administration official goes on to claim that Trump’s constant, chronic leaks “damaged trust” and made people “far more reluctant to speak up and share their views.”

    “Nobody wanted to see their name in the morning news, especially when the words were so often twisted, misinterpreted, and taken out of context,” Esper goes on to add in his Trump critical tell-all book. “In the Trump administration, this could get you blacklisted or fired.”

    The irony of it all is the fact that Donald Trump regularly railed against these alleged “leakers” throughout his presidency, going so far as to pen a 2018 tweet that read, “Leakers are traitors and cowards, and we will find out who they are!”

    All along, it was almost always him behind the leaks.

    And in case you don’t trust Esper’s word alone, the former Trump-era Defense Secretary’s claims were actually corroborated by former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie in his own memoir. Last year, Christie claimed in his tell-all book that Donald Trump personally told the former NJ governor that he was responsible for leaking information to Axios about Trump’s decision to offer Christie the  White House chief of staff position at the end of 2018.

    When Christie confronted the then-president about the leak, Trump allegedly told him, “I did it myself. It was a great story, right? It was good for you and good for me. It was good.” Christie revealed that he chose to withdraw himself from consideration for the job in an effort to protect the then-president from the humiliation of Christie publicly turning down the offer of the position.

    Throughout his presidential campaign, Donald Trump repeatedly denied allegations that he went by the aliases John Barron or John Miller when reaching out to reporters to promote his own personal business interests. However, Trump went on to later personally confirm that he did use those fake names to talk to the media during an appearance with late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel.

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    Joe is protecting the undocumented spouses of Americans from deportation.Why would anyone want to split up families, Trumpers?

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