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Uniparty Establishment Votes Against Withdrawl from Syria and Afghanistan

"The vast majority of Senate Republicans backed Majority Lea plumber02/01/19
Imagine how blind you’d have to be at this point to think whatnext02/01/19
And doesn't Trump have an almost Hillaryesque stranglehold o toooldtocare02/01/19
Actually, Trump has raised a ton of money from small dollar plumber02/01/19
Regarding the MSM, it's a wash. Fox News fawns over him rel toooldtocare02/01/19
President Trump's Robert Taft-like brand of the Republican P plumber02/01/19
You clearly haven't watched Fox lately; it's all Trump, all toooldtocare02/01/19
Actually, "none dare call it a conspiracy." https://www.good plumber02/01/19
Let me be the first, then: it's a conspiracy. End of story. toooldtocare02/01/19
They are certainly not going to come right out and say it! P plumber02/01/19
Wait a second-you've completely left out the Trilateral Comm toooldtocare02/01/19
Some people would rather keep taking the blue pill. For them plumber02/01/19
Which truth is that? Your truth? Established truth? Truth i toooldtocare02/01/19
The truth is out there. gladigotaphdinstead02/01/19
“Actually, Trump has raised a ton of money from small doll whatnext02/01/19
Really? I thought that was common knowledge. Of course, such plumber02/01/19
That’s three years ago. He reported $130 million yester whatnext02/01/19
“By ending NAFTA, TPP, and the Paris Climate Change Scam? whatnext02/01/19
"..globalists aren’t suffering at all from withdrawal from plumber02/01/19
Could it have been... ancient aliens? gladigotaphdinstead02/01/19
Senate rebukes Trump for withdrawing troops. If only there w jorgedeclaro02/01/19

plumber (Feb 1, 2019 - 8:38 am)

"The vast majority of Senate Republicans backed Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday in a rebuke of President Trump’s rationale for withdrawing U.S. troops from Syria and Afghanistan, voting to declare that the Islamic State’s presence and activity in both countries continue to pose a serious threat to the United States.

The measure, presented as an amendment to a greater Middle East policy bill, is a striking reprimand of the president from a GOP that has become increasingly comfortable expressing its opposition to Trump’s foreign policy through votes on the Senate floor.

That it was spearheaded by McConnell (R-Ky.), who often waits to cross Trump until there is overwhelming momentum in his conference, indicates how deeply the president’s announcements broke faith within the party. Republicans spent years accusing Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama, of pursuing capricious troop withdrawals and have refused to defend Trump’s efforts to do the same."


Of course, they have to keep the appearance of two party opposition:

"Nearly every Senate Democrat expected to run for president in 2020 voted against the amendment."


Our Uniparty Establishment wants to get rid of Trump, who is an existential threat to their invade the world, invite the world plans. It is glaringly obvious that the GOPe would rather see a DNCe approved candidate in the White House.


One does not have to read between the lines to discern the real reason the votes came down this way: "Some lawmakers have warned that the vacuum caused by a U.S. departure is likely to be filled by forces aligned with Iran, posing a threat to ally Israel."


Our government votes to spend billions in defense of (((another country))), while not voting to spend a pittance on a border wall to prevent foreign invasions across our own borders. People are starting to wake up, though. I sometimes wonder if part of the reason the special people want open borders for America is so that they can get more foot soldiers to enlist in the military and fight for Israel. It would be interesting to see how many Heritage Americans are enlisting in the military in 2019 vs. years past. Our nefarious elites hate us with a passion.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/powerpost/senate-backs-mcconnells-rebuke-of-trumps-military-drawdown-plans-in-syria-afghanistan/2019/01/31/5812d058-2584-11e9-90cd-dedb0c92dc17_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.1b5fbb56e3a3

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whatnext (Feb 1, 2019 - 9:40 am)

Imagine how blind you’d have to be at this point to think the uniparty hates him. The uniparty loves him. He has been a boon to uniparty globalist plutocrats. He has already raised 130 million for reelection. Where do people think that comes from? Not from small dollar donations, that’s for sure. Trump is regularly attending 5 figure minimum events.

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toooldtocare (Feb 1, 2019 - 10:15 am)

And doesn't Trump have an almost Hillaryesque stranglehold on the GOP? The entire GOP apparatus is now geared to insuring no primary challenger. So the uni is doing a poor job getting rid of Trump.

And your obsession with Israel will require another discussion, but it's important to keep in mind that ISIS, pretty much like Al Queda, is as much an idea as an organization, and that idea is to inflict as much pain as possible on the USA. Trump apparently knows better how to combat this existential threat, ignoring or deriding any advice that conflicts with his own pretty parochial views.

So blame anyone you want, but to establish Trump as the savior ignores reality.

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plumber (Feb 1, 2019 - 10:22 am)

Actually, Trump has raised a ton of money from small dollar donations. There was also a massive increase in people registering as Republicans a couple years ago.

"The uniparty loves him."

I think you are talking about Obuma, the Clintons and the Bushes. The uniparty has no love for Donald Trump. If they loved him, the deep state MSM outlets would not attack him so relentlessly. There would be Obuma like puff pieces every day, instead of the constant, spurious attacks.

"He has been a boon to uniparty globalist plutocrats."

By ending NAFTA, TPP, and the Paris Climate Change Scam?

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toooldtocare (Feb 1, 2019 - 10:31 am)

Regarding the MSM, it's a wash. Fox News fawns over him relentlessly, and since they brag ceaselessly about being the most watched "news" network, they're as MSM as they come. So Donnie is getting plenty of love from the "deep state MSM outlets".

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plumber (Feb 1, 2019 - 10:42 am)

President Trump's Robert Taft-like brand of the Republican Party has no television propaganda outlet. Fox News is usually not openly hostile towards MAGA, but they are almost as bad as CNN. Fox is the mouthpiece of the GOPe, not President Trump. They tried to take Trump out during the Rethuglican primaries. If Boobio were to run again, Murdoch would have the network toss its support behind him.

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toooldtocare (Feb 1, 2019 - 11:20 am)

You clearly haven't watched Fox lately; it's all Trump, all the time.
But I'll let others debate(?) you, as you've created a perfect unassailable construct: there's this thing called the deep state, in league with something called the MSM, which is in cahoots with the uniparty. You can't prove any of this stuff actually exists, but nobody can prove it doesn't exist, either. I mean, it is the deep state, after all; they wouldn't allow themselves to be uncovered. So congrats to you: you've created the perfect conspiracy world.
Ok, not perfect. Your ruminations on "everybody is out to get Trump" ignore actual verifiable facts, such as the GOP party apparatus doing its best-publicly-to scare of any challengers, to the point of threatening to have no primaries at all.
But other than that, you've created a perfect world; keep up the good work.

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plumber (Feb 1, 2019 - 12:51 pm)

Actually, "none dare call it a conspiracy." https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/811022.None_Dare_Call_It_Conspiracy

Unlike Trump supporters, Democratic party supporters, other than a few die hard Bernie Bros, don't see it. Bernie could have helped expose the uniparty to people on the left had he wished.

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toooldtocare (Feb 1, 2019 - 12:55 pm)

Let me be the first, then: it's a conspiracy. End of story.

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plumber (Feb 1, 2019 - 1:16 pm)

They are certainly not going to come right out and say it! President Trump’s opposition is a UniParty of Mitch McConnell joining with Nancy Pelosi, and both Democrats and Republicans united against President Trump.

With the withdrawal of troops from Syria and Afghanistan and his demand for a border wall, President Trump is getting closer to exposing to the public what is known as "The Big Ugly."

The big club: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKUaqFzZLxU

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toooldtocare (Feb 1, 2019 - 1:21 pm)

Wait a second-you've completely left out the Trilateral Commission-they deserve a place in the conspiracy, too!

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plumber (Feb 1, 2019 - 1:28 pm)

Some people would rather keep taking the blue pill. For them, the truth is too difficult to swallow.

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toooldtocare (Feb 1, 2019 - 5:44 pm)

Which truth is that? Your truth? Established truth? Truth in advertising? Please clue me in, and in detail. Your one-line responses are so vague they make the sayings of Nostradamus appear precise.

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gladigotaphdinstead (Feb 1, 2019 - 8:32 pm)

The truth is out there.

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whatnext (Feb 1, 2019 - 10:48 am)

“Actually, Trump has raised a ton of money from small dollar donations. There was also a massive increase in people registering as Republicans a couple years ago. ”

Prove it.

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plumber (Feb 1, 2019 - 11:10 am)

Really? I thought that was common knowledge. Of course, such positive news related to President Trump is never widely promoted (reported).

https://www.politico.com/story/2016/09/trump-shatters-gop-records-with-small-donors-228338
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/08/25/us/elections/voter-registration.html

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whatnext (Feb 1, 2019 - 12:44 pm)

That’s three years ago.

He reported $130 million yesterday. Small donors?

Or do you think "small donors" can afford $100k per person fundraisers?

https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/406348-trump-fundraiser-at-trump-hotel-charges-100k-per-person

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whatnext (Feb 1, 2019 - 10:55 am)

“By ending NAFTA, TPP, and the Paris Climate Change Scam?”

He hasn’t ended NAFTA yet, the trade deal replacing it doesn’t stick it to globalists, globalists aren’t suffering at all from withdrawal from Paris Accords, and TPP lives on to globalists benefit. He has enriched them greatly with deregulation of banks, less IRS funding, drastically lower taxes and by giving his thumbs up to deals like Foxconn, where taxpayers pay billions to globalist companies for empty promises.

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plumber (Feb 1, 2019 - 11:14 am)

"..globalists aren’t suffering at all from withdrawal from Paris Accords."

Perhaps not quite.. yet. What do you think caused the Yellow Vest protests? Could it have been the euro bankers taxing Frenchmen more to make up for the US not partaking in to the Climate Money Transfer Accord?

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gladigotaphdinstead (Feb 1, 2019 - 8:34 pm)

Could it have been... ancient aliens?



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jorgedeclaro (Feb 1, 2019 - 3:40 pm)

Senate rebukes Trump for withdrawing troops. If only there was some power, reserved to Congress by the constitution, which allows the body to initiate military action. Come on Sentator McConnell, come on Senator Feinstein, take back your constitutional prerogative and own this war. A particularly large F- you to Senator Menendez for the Amendment “Nothing in the McConnell amendment can be construed as an authorization for the use of military force.” Talk about a spineless gutter rat wanting to have his cake and eat it too.

Colonel Jessup would be proud.

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