Moral of the story - the Dems have a lot of lying to do. Their ideology is bankrupt and they know it so they have to start early to come up with a new story line to deceive the voters. The message will have nothing to do with advancing the interests of the country, but everything to do with flam flaming their way back into power. I sure hope American voters are sick and tired of being taken advantage of by lying politicians in both parties.
Mooch h is a very close friend of the President and he will not cross him. There is one overriding view they both share and that is to make America great again. Remember, neither are politicians, but the President has the right approach on most of the important issues. I have been thinking about this in light of Levin's new book and what we are all about is Americanism. Neither party is worth a damn. What we desire is a reinvigorated Americanism spirit. It should become our battle cry and the name for a new political party.
A memo is not a law.
So, a law professor opines that a sitting president can be indicted. You know what you can do with that memo. Meanwhile, there are two OLC opinions, which are official opinions from the U.S. Justice Department that says just the opposite. Note there is no mention of the OLC opinions so we are left to conclude this is a deliberate omission and more contrived or fake news.
The last six months have provided the President time to settle in and examine the terrain and my guess he is ready to launch an historic offensive. The guy is a tough New York brawler, the likes of which those inside the beltway can not imagine.
Where did Trump find this guy? ____________________________________ President Trump did not hire the guy to address the issues that disturb Conservatives. He is in charge of communications and if he is the team player he says he is he will be pitching the President's agenda. I believe the President wants him because he sees Scaramucci as aggressive or more so than Spicer and much more polished thus effective in his delivery.
Isnt this guy an Obama supporter? ________________ No, you must be thinking about someone else. This guy is a long time admirer of President Trump, about 20 years or so. He is supremely confident, very sharp, articulate, a real team player, and very loyal. He is not a political insider, a lot like the President in this regard. I have nothing against Spicer, but Scaramucci is a notch up on the scale.
As the MSM, Never Trumpers, RINOS, world socialists, and numerous other doom and gloom non producers occupy themselves with trying to discredit and bring our President down, he is charging ahead every day, producing real progress to make America great again. Eventually, his achievements will completely overwhelm the cacophony of naysayers and propagandists whose BS will go down in history as the biggest witch hunt since Salem, Massachusetts. One of the great attributes of a leader - perseverance - is overpowering his adversaries by a laser focus on the objective (making America great) and pushing forward regardless the resistance.
The problem with a partial repeal and replace bill is that the follow-on will never get done. They need to do it now and it needs to be a total 100% repeal to kill it. I hate the use of the term ‘replace’ because that is the last thing we need. Any legislation addressing health care needs to be very limited and exclusively geared to opening up full and free competition across the health sector.
The stupid liability laws in most states say that you can not be held liable for not interceding, but, if you do try and help and screw up the rescue, you can be held liable. These clowns took the rule to a whole new level by viewing the victims pleas for help as entertainment, good for laughs.
The situation is so screwed up now it is hard to say whether his leaving would change things. There were to courses that Sessions should have taken. 1. He should have clearly anticipated the ongoing Russian witch hunt on the Hill. Knowing this and with his belief (though misplaced) that he was conflicted out of managing the matter on behalf of the President, he should have refused to take the job. 2. If he only realized his supposed conflict after being appointed, he should have promptly resigned since he was unable to fulfill his duties on behalf of the President.
You have to admire a straight shooter. There were very few surprises in the interview. Most of what President Trump said was self-evident to those of us who have followed the matter. It has to be deeply discouraging to the President when even his appointment and old friend fails him. What the hell is Sessions up to anyway? He immediately recuses himself and then appoints what appears to be a Democrat as his Deputy who then promptly appoints another Democrat as special counsel. Is Sessions that politically dumb? Even after Sessions was confirmed, he should have man enough to resign if he was unable to do his job.