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  • Thanks To You RINO Paul Ryan Is Losing His Grip On The Speakership

    05/22/2018 6:45:42 AM PDT · 12 of 23
    qaz123 to xzins

    Make it to Election Day? It would have been nice if he packed his sh*t about 18 months ago, at least?

  • New Orleans only city vying for Super Bowl 2024 at NFL owners meetings on Wednesday

    05/22/2018 12:21:26 AM PDT · 24 of 26
    qaz123 to BBell

    Wasn’t aware and you’re right. In fact, I’ll say the new mayor and council, not only could do a lot of damage, they WILL do a lot of damage. Once they get a look at the numbers the NFL says they are going to bring in, they are going to try and bleed them dry.

    If they were smart, the NFL would just build a nice stadium in Vegas, have the Super Bowl in the same place every year. Someplace that has pretty much morphed into the perfect location for all that stuff and has the infrastructure to support it.

  • New Orleans only city vying for Super Bowl 2024 at NFL owners meetings on Wednesday

    05/21/2018 9:48:51 PM PDT · 22 of 26
    qaz123 to BBell

    They will, but that’s because New Orleans is set up for events like this. They deal with conventions, Mardi Gras, Jazz Festival, all the tourists, on a daily basis and their emergency services are set up around that.

    It’s like NYPD having the Yankees and Mets details. Every baseball season, officers are assigned to the either stadium and that is their job until the season ends. Season over, they go back to their original assignment.

    Most cities and agencies aren’t set up like that. Especially now, when so many agencies are having personnel issues.

  • Cambridge professor outed as FBI informant inside Trump campaign

    05/21/2018 12:50:59 PM PDT · 136 of 137
    qaz123 to enumerated

    Spot on....

    I saw a post on FB, from the Tea Party Patriots page and it had something about Mueller’s investigation being a failure. I wrote, then erased a comment, that I don’t think the investigation is a failure by any stretch of the imagination. I believe that is has been a remarkable success, part of which you mention in your comment. Two things you wrote stand out, in this regard...

    - So they doubled down and abused every resource available to the politically weaponized executive branch. Many of them figured they’d be rewarded for their efforts on her behalf by the incoming Clinton administration! .... just think of what they’d be doing to her enemies, her opposition and the people of this country had it went her way. We’d be a combination of Syria, Venezuela and most of Europe right now, or at least well on our way

    - Think of the massive criminal bureaucratic infrastructure of Obama’s politically weaponized executive branch .... these people strutted around DC, NYC, LA, Chicago and the world, thinking their sh*t didn’t stink. They could destroy you, with their weapons and the media, overnight and they knew it. obama is/was the ultimate puppet doing the bidding of all those deep pocket types that can use government and politicians to get what they want.

    Unless I’m told, and it is proven, otherwise, Adm Rogers and the NYPD are the ones responsible for what is happening now. I say that because they had to have given him the info he needs. Rogers has the keys to unlock every secret there is. And for him to show up, in Florida, out of nowhere and without permission, for me, is very telling. NYPD saw what was on that computer.

    And to think of how the USA, the Treasury, its resources, its people would be “raped” by the rest of the world and the corporations that wasted the “hundreds of billions of dollars spent by corporate lobbyists, foriegn nations, the global banking cartel (just to name a few) in order to purchase influence and favor at the Clinton White House .... they would have owned her and us.

    Nice job...

  • New Orleans only city vying for Super Bowl 2024 at NFL owners meetings on Wednesday

    05/21/2018 10:22:50 AM PDT · 14 of 26
    qaz123 to Dilbert San Diego

    Dilber San Diego, you put it a helluva better than I did. At the end of the day, it’s just a big pain in the can. Sure there’s money coming in, hotel tax revenue, all the food and beverage taxes, but at the end of the day, the cities lay out a lot of money. I’m not privy to the spreadsheets, but going with what you wrote, these events tend to be more trouble than they’re worth. And then toss in all the demands of the NFL, sponsors, teams, ain’t worth it.

  • New Orleans only city vying for Super Bowl 2024 at NFL owners meetings on Wednesday

    05/21/2018 9:22:33 AM PDT · 3 of 26
    qaz123 to bgill

    These big sporting events, while promoted as a mechanism for the host city to print their own money for a week or so, are a giant pain the a$$. I worked the 2000 Super Bowl, in Atlanta. The one more famous for Ray Lewis and his gangbanger friends killing two guys that the fact that the Rams won.

    It was a complete sh*tshow, even without the murder.

  • Trump and Pompeo's plan for Iran: It's risky, but it has a chance of succeeding

    05/21/2018 9:16:08 AM PDT · 9 of 12
    qaz123 to arthurus

    I agree. Folks, like those at the Daily News, continue to try and make him look incompetent when, in fact, he’s the complete opposite. Damn sure, a million miles away from their Messiah from the previous admin, who couldn’t talk to anyone without reading a script.

    I’m just thinking that he’s already got stuff lined up for any contingency.

    Iran is a mess. They’re so busy trying to ruin other people’s lives and countries, they don’t pay attention to their own.

    They’re about to get a serious wake up call, if what I was able to read from Sec Pompeo’s speech was legit.

    And they have some fine women.

  • Blankenship to Run as Third-Party Senate Candidate in WV Former convict says he’ll challenge..

    05/21/2018 9:11:44 AM PDT · 13 of 27
    qaz123 to SMGFan

    What a beotch. Manchin must have approached and made him some promises if becomes the spoiler so Manchin get sent back.

  • Trump and Pompeo's plan for Iran: It's risky, but it has a chance of succeeding

    05/21/2018 8:36:32 AM PDT · 5 of 12
    qaz123 to GonzoII

    critics of the administration’s Iran policy who have argued that Trump had no “Plan B” for the day after his May 8 decision to withdraw from the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement.

    Well, I was reading the news ticker, from the BBC broadcast, today while in the gym and if what I read, was in line with what Pompeo was saying at the Heritage Foundation, it sure as hell seems like the President and SecState have a Plan B, C, D, E, F, G, .....

    The Secretary didn’t seem to short on goals and it sure as hell seemed like the Iranians are about to get crushed. And, I believe Sec Pompeo used those exact words.

    On a side note, I guess no one ever hears about the internal problems of country’s like Iran or any others, for that matter, unless it serves a political purpose for the Left and the Globalist trying to stir sh*t up. But, Iran has a huge heroin addiction problem. As do quite a few other ME/Islamic countries.

    I don’t known if or how that would play into anything in the future, but it’s not as if the entire country is made up of the “studs” from the Revolutionary Guard. While they appear to want to protest the Great Satan, I’m thinking that a significant amount of people in that country either, are too high or want to join the 21st century and rest of the world.

    I’m certainly not a “muslim apologist” like the majority of the Left and the US Dept of State, but the muslim world has seen what happens. While some in Iran may be willing to take on the Great Satan, they can do that with the thought that they’ve played a role in some minor incidents and mistake those for winning battles. I’m thinking, that isn’t how it’ll play out.

    We have a SecDef that probably wouldn’t have a problem wiping the Revolutionary Guard off the map. We have a SecState that probably would have no problem with any of that happening. I think Sec Pompeo’s diplomacy is a bit different than the Leftist, Progressive, Socialist, Globalist, that have been there in the past. Maybe something like......

    “We’ve asked nice, we’re gonna ask you one more time. I’ll even say, Please, because I’m that kind of guy. Your answer, Sir? Oh, OK, your answer is, No. I’ll have to brief the President. Thank you and may your God have mercy on your soul because you’re about to meet him. Good day”.

    Then he’ll just pass the baton to his fellow Cabinet member, Gen Mattis, and it’ll be what it’ll be.

  • U.S. Imported More than 10M Immigrants in Last Decade, Exceeding the Population of NYC

    05/21/2018 5:50:47 AM PDT · 3 of 15
    qaz123 to huldah1776

    And the reason that Northern liberals can migrate to the South and out West, to spread their disease, knowing that their vacancy and votes, will be backfilled by these 3rd world savages.

  • Cambridge professor outed as FBI informant inside Trump campaign

    05/21/2018 4:58:36 AM PDT · 130 of 137
    qaz123 to enumerated

    I’m thinking that the President does know everything. And we have to remember that if what we’ve been told about data collection, meta data, etc and the NSA, then Adm Mike Rogers KNOWS EVERY F*CKING THING THERE IS TO KNOW. And, if I’m not mistaken, he paid an unannounced and “unauthorized” trip to Mar a Lago to talk to Donald J Trump, while still working for obama, much to the ire of obama.

    But, what could obama have done at that point? Fire him? Sure. About 2 months before leaving office for the new President. No telling what Rogers knows or has on obama, the clintons, everyone, and how many “deadman switches” he has. They all probably want to throw him to the sharks but know they can’t.

    So, is it possible that Adm Rogers handed off what NSA knows about all of this? Why does it always seem that the President is a half step ahead of these, who now seem to be, bully amateurs? Is he just letting this all play out, giving them all the rope they need to tie their own nooses?

    And let’s not forget about Weiner and his laptop. I realize that the Weiner issue is different, but the some of the players are not. No telling what NYPD found on that laptop. Is it possible that an investigator from NYPD made some copies and somehow they made their way to Trump Tower. Lots of NYPD guys working there now. His former security director was NYPD. The President, contrary to what the media wants to portray, now, is rather well liked in NYC, especially by the cops and firemen.

  • Cambridge professor outed as FBI informant inside Trump campaign

    05/21/2018 4:31:03 AM PDT · 129 of 137
    qaz123 to Ann Archy

    He’s someone they can toss in the ring because he’s a foreigner.

    Previous post’s said he’s been missing for 7 do you question someone that is missing? Basically, dead men tell no lies. It’s no different than Mueller thumping his chest about the Russians and then we find out that the whole case is built on lies. Mueller didn’t think they’d show up and force him to show his hand. Now, they throw this guy out there, hoping that no one forces their hand.


    Let’s say that later on tonight he walks into a BBC studio and says that he had no role in anything....What happens next? Is the UK going to kidnap and hand over one of their citizens? Nope. Do we send the CIA or Delta to go in there and kidnap him? Nope. He’s untouchable. We can’t force him to talk to us.

    So, the Left is hoping that throwing a name of someone that is either, Gone or Untouchable, will satisfy their desire to find out what happened.

  • Cambridge professor outed as FBI informant inside Trump campaign

    05/21/2018 4:23:32 AM PDT · 128 of 137
    qaz123 to goldstategop

    $20 million....Wonder what he and his band of lawyers were paying themselves. Or did their daddy, Rosenstein, authorize their pay? I’m sure it wasn’t cheap to have these partisan hacks doing nothing but making stuff up and lying all day, in between updating Facebook and checking Instagram.

  • Cambridge professor outed as FBI informant inside Trump campaign

    05/21/2018 4:21:16 AM PDT · 127 of 137
    qaz123 to Mariner

    I think there’s a good chance that he’s going to realize that he was nothing more than a useful idiot for her and her Deep State supporters. It wouldn’t be surprising is no one from CIA, FBI, or anyone else that was part of the scheme is even taking his calls anymore. Surely, someone as savvy as he, with is James Bondish good looks and years of trade craft should be able to realize that he’s about to be thrown under the bus.

  • Cambridge professor outed as FBI informant inside Trump campaign

    05/21/2018 4:18:46 AM PDT · 126 of 137
    qaz123 to Alberta's Child

    You beat me to it. What exactly was his role in the campaign? It sounds to me like all he was doing was trying to plant information or develop a source that he could then try to exploit.

  • Trump unleashes new political earthquake with FBI spy charge

    05/21/2018 4:15:34 AM PDT · 11 of 53
    qaz123 to Magnatron

    And now Mueller wants to finish his witch hunt with an interview of the President.

    If I were the President I’d agree. Walk in there and tell them that my answer to every question is:


    And as he turns to walk out, an army of IRS investigators, recently federally deputized cops and attorneys comes in and start questioning all of them.

  • Congressman Paul Gosar: Have the Army Build the Border Wall

    05/19/2018 9:43:00 AM PDT · 25 of 26
    qaz123 to JimRed

    Actually, they are GREAT at killing people and blowing stuff up.

    But you know what, they’re also really, really good at being able to deploy an awesome amount of logistics, supplies and services within about 24-48 hours for a Humanitarian mission. I’m not saying they have to be there forever and keep the peace, definitely not, but they can do things that other entities cannot.

    And in doing those missions and all the associated tasks that go with them, military personnel get real world experience to do their jobs, work out issues, and maybe develop ways to do the job better.

    So yes, they can help out. Operative word, HELP. Get in, help set up, get out.


    05/19/2018 9:36:59 AM PDT · 54 of 77
    qaz123 to Rebelbase

    And most of them probably love it. Wondering why in the hell they haven’t been allowed to eat and drink, all these years.

  • GOP lawmakers want Trump to stop bashing Congress

    05/19/2018 6:37:54 AM PDT · 25 of 38
    qaz123 to oldbill

    Except for a very small handful of folks, isn’t it absolutely disgusting who we have for elected representatives?

    Over 60% of people polled in Jeff Denham’s district are against any kind of amnesty and he’s the biggest one pushing it. The whole thing needs to be redone.

  • GOP lawmakers want Trump to stop bashing Congress

    05/19/2018 6:15:46 AM PDT · 17 of 38
    qaz123 to yesthatjallen

    Here’s a suggestion for Congress....

    The man won the election on pretty clear mandate about what he wanted to accomplish. For the most part, you, the Republican’s in Congress, haven’t done one thing to help him. You have turncoats every time he wants to do something and you push thru a $1+ trillion, POS bill, knowing he didn’t have much of a choice to sign, much to the displeasure of his supporters.

    You govern the same way the Dem’s did, when they had control. Last minute, scare tactics to get your way. Or should I say, the Democrats way.

    You allow the Dem’s to control the narrative and pace of everything that goes on. You’re so dependent on the Chamber of Commerce and your donors, you could care less about the people. I’d like to say that you may sometimes, forget about us, but that would be too kind. You flat out ignore us.

    You can’t control everything that everyone in the party says, but you allow someone like, Flake, who has done absolutely nothing in his career to publicly bash and insult the man, every chance he gets.

    You all campaigned on getting rid of obamacare. You did nothing.

    You all campaign on lower taxes, lower spending, cutting the deficit. You did nothing. Rand Paul submits the, Penny Plan, in and attempt to balance the budget and decrease spending, and only 21 Fiscal Conservatives vote in favor. The rest align themselves with the Democrats.

    You say that you want to secure the border and get a handle on the immigration issue. You do nothing. Instead, you do the opposite. You bend over for the Chamber of Commerce, the Kochs, Big Ag, the ARA, the Home Builders Assoc, and all your other corporate donors.

    You all know that Rosenstein and Mueller are on a witch hunt. You do nothing to stop it. It’s obvious to us, that many of you seem to be in favor of it.

    You know that Comey, Clapper and Brennan lied during Congressional testimony. You do nothing.

    You know that she committed crimes and lied. You do nothing.

    Seems to be a common theme. Just saying....