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Force Majeure

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DNI mystery is next. Dan Coats may be the whistleblower that brought forth the information that the new DNI is refusing to honor Congress' subpoenas.

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Nope. Ya can't put Trump in a box. (First ya gotta find a box that'd hold his fat ass...) Not ta mention his supporters continue ta grovel at every pronouncement outa his BIG, loud yap!

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/how-trumps-startling-blunt-exercise-in-socialism-is-overlooked-by-his-backers-2019-09-16?mod=mw_theo_homepage



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This guy was just 'interviewed' by"On Point" hosts. Get this...and he's running against Trump? He sounds a lot like Mr. Ego himself.

 

So far, there are three official Republican challengers, and one was just announced a few days ago: Mark Sanford. In case that name sounds familiar to you, yes, that's the former Governor of South Carolina and formerly U.S. Representative for the state's first congressional district; He's also the guy who went missing for a few days and then had to admit he was visiting his mistress in Argentina, leading to a divorce with his then-wife. He actually served in Congress from 2013 to 2019 after the scandal, so it apparently didn't do long-lasting harm to his political career.

According to the New York Times, Sanford's platform is probably a lot more nuanced than the other two candidates, who are pretty clearly "Never Trump" and simply trying to provide an alternative for anyone in the Republican party who doesn't want to support the incumbent. "Instead, his candidacy is likely to be dedicated to the issues that have motivated and impassioned him for years particularly issues related to fiscal restraint and responsibility...Indeed, on some issues he will probably agree with [Trump], and not in a tokenist way."

Thus far, Sanford has made a point to bring up the current national debt, which he says may lead to a financial crisis and has been getting worse in the past four years. Like the other candidates, he likely doesn't have a chance of winning, but he stands a good shot of drawing voters and bringing up issues that otherwise wouldn't be addressed in the 2020 election.

Ain't much, but at least a few Repugs have balls enough ta stand up to the Fat Slob!

https://www.wbur.org/onpoint/2019/09/16/mark-sanford-republican-2020-president-trump

 



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Now the "Fat Slob" has inserted himself into the GM/UAW strike. Yep. He just couldn't mind his own business. Maybr his Veep is actually overseeing things while Fatso pokes his nose around to see what he can learn... Hah!

https://www.politico.com/story/2019/09/17/white-house-general-motors-strike-1735740

Let's remember when the media says the 'white house,' did this, or said that. They really mean Trump, not the building itself. Because we all know buildings (The Capitol, White House, Supreme Court, etc.) are inanimate objects. And as such do not speak, or listen, or opine, but the White House=Trump does it all. And he wants us all to know that!

Oh I do, I do...yep!



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White House intervenes in General Motors strike

The effort would effectively put the White House on the side of the United Auto Workers. 

 

The White House is seeking to end the United Auto Workers strike against General Motors with an agreement that would reopen an assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio that GM shut down in March.



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