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I'm sorry, but I just have to say this:


I am soooooooooooooooooo sick of seeing that orange faced, lying POS, all over my TV, bloviating, lying, and ruining this nation.

I HATE HIM AND THE SOUND OF HIS VOICE. Hearing him makes nails on a chalkboard sound like birds chirping in the spring.

If I wanted to worship you, I would take the child block off of Faux Snooze and tune in!!!!!!!!!!!

Rant off. I feel better now...going to the kitchen to make myself a large chai latte.

I'm actually a white cat...


White House also involved in advising DNI not to share whistleblower complaint

" CNN The White House and the Justice Department have advised the nation's top intelligence agency that the controversial complaint is outside intelligence activities as covered by laws governing intelligence whistleblowers, according to three sources familiar with the matter.

The revelation is the first known evidence of the White House's involvement. Speaking to reporters on Thursday, House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff said he didn't know whether the White House was involved.

The White House Counsel's office and Justice Department Office of Legal Counsel have both been involved in discussing the complaint with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) in the handling of the issue. So far, the director of national intelligence has not allowed lawmakers access to the complaint, which a source familiar with the matter said involved a communication between President Donald Trump and a foreign leader.


"It is settled law that the Constitution entrusts the conduct of foreign relations exclusively to the Executive Branch, as it makes the President 'the sole organ of the federal government in the field of international relations,' " White House counsel Pat Cipollone wrote in a letter to Democrats in May."


Treason is also covered by the law, Counselor. Anyone helping MF45 covering it up, is just as guilty as he is. Try the term "aiding and abetting." Bet you heard it before, right?

Acting spy chief agrees to testify on whistleblower complaint before House intel panel

Washington (CNN)Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire has agreed to testify in an open session before the House Intelligence Committee after refusing to comply with Tuesday's deadline to hand over a whistleblower complaint that had been deemed by the intelligence community inspector general to be "credible and urgent."

The committee's chairman, Rep. Adam Schiff, announced Wednesday that Maguire will appear at 9 a.m. on September 26. The California Democrat also announced that the intelligence community inspector general will brief the House committee Thursday behind closed doors about how it handled the whistleblower complaint.

In a subpoena issued last week, Schiff said he would force the acting intelligence chief to testify this Thursday if he did not comply with a request to turn over the complaint and all corresponding records.


But by Wednesday, the two sides appeared to have reached a compromise, if only on the timing of the hearing, setting the stage for what could be a contentious public hearing. Maguire will likely be grilled by lawmakers concerned that the administration may have violated whistleblower protections and whether President Donald Trump or top White House officials were involved in the case.


I am hoping we get something other than he has been advised by the WH that he cannot speak.

I have a question about bathing suits.

Here's the deal: My friends and I live in a Seniors Mobile Home Park. We went to the pool. None of us are prudes or give a damn about all of the up tight Repukey rules that RWs consider important.

However, while we were there, 2 young ladies, in their 20s, who live with grandparents in this development -- legally and no problem with them as residents and using the pool. However, both were wearing "butt floss" bikinis and two out of our group with pre teen and early teen grandchildren left with the grandkiddies. The bathing suits at a public beach -- no problem -- but this is a small area and most everyone was uncomfortable. The young ladies were shaking their booties when getting in and out of the spas -- which put their bottoms right at face level to those in the spas.

I would not care if, like I said, at the beach. But...IMO, it's totally improper to let this keep others with young children from using the pool that they pay for. The park manager told those that complained that it was OK for these young girls to dress and act like this.

What do you think? Excepting for the young kiddos that grandparents bring to the pool, I could not care less if people wore no suits at all. But...some times things should not all hang out.



Who wore it better?


When you thought your racist dreams were gonna come true...

...and this happened instead...


...it's called KARMA!

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OMG...I'm old enough to remember this! And...it looks worse than I remember!!!!







How sad...what our nation has become...
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