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tomhagen

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I am the Whistleblower.

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President Twit to arm all Little Leagers and continue to Ass Kiss the NRA

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Those who do not remember the Past are Condemned to Repeat it.

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Trump in 92 talks Revenge; and Disloyalty

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Bill Moyers on "President Michael Corleone"

http://billmoyers.com/story/comey-got-face-trumps-godfather-fantasy/

If for some reason it wasn’t before, it’s become clear in the weeks since FBI director James Comey’s firing by the president and Comey’s testimony on Thursday before the Senate Intelligence Committee that Donald Trump doesn’t seem to fancy himself the next George Washington, Abe Lincoln or even James Buchanan. No, Trump looks in the mirror in the morning and mistakenly sees Michael Corleone. You know, the version of Michael played by Al Pacino in The Godfather: Part II — suave, smart and ruthless Mafia don.

In truth, only in his wildest narcissistic dreams could Don Donald approach Michael Corleone’s people skills. Unlike The Godfather, Trump fails to keep his promises. He blabs — just can’t keep a secret — gets little done, has few friends and takes things “very, very personal,” as Michael’s late brother Sonny would say.

A Corleone would never tweet, “Frankie Pentangeli is an overrated gangster and a stoolie. SAD.” Trump would, which is why White House staff tried to fill his hours during the day of Comey’s questioning with a speech and other fun activities to keep those twitchy little thumbs away from his iPhone.

How trump operates and how he gets away with it

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A Trip Down Memory Lane

What is past is prologue

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Sam Harris: The Unraveling

Word Salads and Goldfish

No Worries. "God" will take care of Climate Change



More Telephone Junk Spam? Trace it to trump easing Restrictions

It's the one thing everyone can agree on in these divisive times: We all hate robocalls. But how will the Federal Communications Commission respond to this growing problem with Ajit Pai, a Republican, as the new chairman, appointed by a president who wants to slash government regulations?

http://www.nbcnews.com/business/consumer/will-trump-administration-mean-more-robocalls-n717711

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