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Ok, I'll bite. No collusion with Russian Government..how about collusion with

several Russians who are not in the Russian Government but have a direct pipe line into the Kremlin and are directed by Putin.

Huh?

Really.

Nothing there?

Americans stood by with glazed eyes watching

the GOP steal the 2000 election. Yep we took it.
And yep Kerry didn’t win in 2004.

We are millions strong and yet we don’t know how to show up. I was taken to the woodshed by senior level DU’ers for expressing my deep concern about the impending Mueller report. And yet, here we are
eyes glazed over.

Take to the streets - truth or dare

This result my friends, will suppress voter turnout.

People who were sometime voters will see no sense in voting if they believe this was rigged.

Are citizens, voters and activists more engaged with the political environment today,

than they were in the past?

If AG Barr tries to pull the same crap with the Mueller report as he did with Iran Contra findings during Reagan - hid them from the public - we will what?

For me personally, I hoped for a report that would allow for bipartisanship to move to

impeachment.

Now, his supporters will only hear that mueller found no collusion.

It will be enough to relect him.

Anything that follows with the family or even tRump, will not be solidified until after 2020 election.

Believe it.

I'm starting to stock my comfy safe place with cookies, chips and M&M's, and a year's

worth of fiction.

I am preparing to withdraw from this no longer civil nation.

If the foreshadowing is true, the Mueller Report may land with a soft thud.

I must be ready.

So, my 64k question is...How do we get people to vote?

I'm tired of the talking heads, pols, writers, etc blabbering about the Democrats running for president need to be this or need to be that.

The real problem.
The only problem.
The answer to the problem.

People need to vote. Period.

The GOP has been brilliant at suppressing the vote.

We have to be better than brilliant at getting out the vote.

What's the answer?

In 2018 Jim Jordon was Named In OSU SExual Abuse Lawsuit

https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-news/jim-jordan-ohio-state-700578/?fbclid=IwAR17nASqDZdYd9UPf2Ijl7Yv9PSZl0DwziTFtmiy8lW3oxSUyik4fo_qUxY

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On Tuesday, Jordan’s public-relations crisis became a legal nightmare. Attorneys filed a massive class-action lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Ohio against Ohio State University on behalf of an as-yet-unnamed former OSU wrestler. The law firm Sauder Schelkopf is seeking to represent all the students and athletes “treated” by Strauss in his two decades at the school, from the late ‘70s to the late ‘90s – a number they estimate will amount to “at least 1,500.”
Jordan, the jut-jawed Republican and anti-gay crusader in the House, is singled out in the suit: He’s one of only three former school officials named, including Strauss, though the action is aimed at all the coaches, administrators and others in positions of responsibility at OSU who, it claims, stood by while students and student-athletes were repeatedly “sexually abused, harassed, and molested,” and “forced” to seek treatment from a well-known predator even after they complained. (Strauss was the sole team doctor for the wrestlers; the men say they either had to choose to let injuries go untreated, as the lawsuit says some did, or subject themselves to yet another assault.)

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I will vote for whomever is a registered Democrat. A dues paying Democrat.

I am a registered Democrat and pay dues to my county party. I could pay dues to my State party or national party.

Leadership: In Turblent Times


One of the most helpful and important books I've read recently.

Doris Kerns Goodwin

https://www.amazon.com/Leadership-Turbulent-Doris-Kearns-Goodwin/dp/1476795924/ref=asc_df_1476795924/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=241983376253&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=15008460823585798050&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=t&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9012277&hvtargid=pla-524790042691&psc=1


https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/in-times-of-crisis-four-presidents-became-great-leaders/2018/09/20/6844e0e6-a574-11e8-97ce-cc9042272f07_story.html?utm_term=.5b40973339f4
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