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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 20, 2017, 07:49:34 PM »
Gallup poll is now 36 approve, 59 disapprove...echo his is close to Trump's record low in March of 35/59.  The low 30's is coming.

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 20, 2017, 04:11:57 AM »
Before too much crap hits the proverbial fan.....just remember that FOX News had a big hand in electing Donnie.....and I believe that Sean Hannity and Jeanine Pirro MAY be involved in Donnie's obstruction of justice.  I am NOT an attorney......I only play one after hours😏.  But if they are working WITH Donnie to lie and create "cover" for Donnie.....I would think this may be an area of interest for Mueller......especially if there was a money trail from a Russian source to Sean or Jeanine.....especially Sean.  He has been looking very "roach like" ever since Donnies campaign started.

Just say'n.......

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 20, 2017, 03:32:34 AM »
Sounds like Sessions will finally be gone soon (yea...I was too early on that one).  Rosenstein may get axed.... I don't think he would resign.....he is more likely to force Donnie to fire him.  Then....Donnie will have to find SOMEONE in the justice department that will fire Mueller.

Shit is getting ready to hit the fan.  Deutsche Bank is going to turn over info to Mueller, it is now reported.  That information will likely not be good for Donnie.  Here in the US, money laundering is frowned upon.

This is what a sociopath does......especially someone with ties to the mob of both the US and Russia.

Things are going to be crazy.. 

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 20, 2017, 02:29:56 AM »
Remember when I said that people make mistakes as the pressure is ratcheted up?  Well.....pressure is being ratcheted up on Donnie, and now it looks like he is warning Mueller not to cross a "red line" in looking at the finances of his family.

Donnie is going through a rough patch.....and he is making mistakes.  Donnie is SO PISSED that he has to deal with Mueller, rather than his pet dog Jeff Sessions.  I don't know Donnie......I would be careful who you piss off.....not many people like you other than some Congressmen that are on Russia's payroll.

The whole "loyalty" issue to King Donnie is rearing its ugly head again.  He and his Russian punk Vladimir have their work cut out for them.....

Tick....tick.....tick.....tick....


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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 19, 2017, 07:26:13 PM »
I see that Donnie is ramping up his rhetoric and actions today:

1). His attempt to control the outcome of the next election via his "election commission"

2). His tirade about ACA

3). His ranting about not getting enough votes to pass the Senate bill

Make NO MISTAKE....Donnie is "all in".  Those people who Suspect that Donnie is thinking about resigning....are delusional.  In order to survive financially, he HAS to survive politically.  And it should be clear by now, that he will go to incredible lengths to stay in power.


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The rest / Re: The Trump Presidency (was "Presidential Poll")
« on: July 19, 2017, 10:53:06 AM »
It is funny that the Republicans drive to get rid of Obamacare.....starts the next push towards universal Healthcare in the US.  The last thing the Republicans wanted to have is an open dialogue about the shortcomings of healthcare in the US.

The Republicans now find themselves on the wrong side of healthcare, climate change, voter registration, gun violence, and RussiaGate.  That is what happens when you try to stitch together lobbiest's and call them a party.

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 19, 2017, 12:17:36 AM »
Turns out that Donnie had a second meeting with Putin last week at the G20.  And the only people present were Putin, Trump, and Putins translator (no translator provided by the US).  INCREDIBLE.

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The rest / Re: The Trump Presidency (was "Presidential Poll")
« on: July 18, 2017, 07:41:38 PM »
I think Donnie is right:  He should just let Obamacare fail.  Just like we are going to let Donnie fail.😁

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 17, 2017, 09:11:15 PM »
As a note of clarification......when I have said, over the past several months, that "Donnie wants what Vladimir has"......I mean that QUITE LITERALLY.  I don't mean that in a figurative way.  He wants in the US.....what Vladimir has in Russia.

And he will try anything to achieve that end.  Watch him closely over the coming WEEKS/DAYS.....

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The rest / Re: The Trump Presidency (was "Presidential Poll")
« on: July 17, 2017, 01:36:49 PM »
Two things to note:

1). Mark Twain noted that " it is easier to con someone, than it is to convince someone that they have been conned".  Human psychology.

2). That is why it took so long for Nixons poll numbers to drop in 1973/74....and why it will take another 12+ months for Donnie's numbers to continue to slowly drift lower.  It will be death by a thousand cuts over the next 12+ months.

I have total confidence in Donnie's total ineptness....and his oversized ego....to destroy himself.

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 15, 2017, 01:00:58 PM »
Now "the grind" begins.  Even though Trump and KellyAnne will continue to deny and make up stories of innocence....which will eventually turn into stories of "it really doesn't matter", and a storyline of "the economy is doing so well people don't care what we did with the Russians"....the grind of SLOWLY pulling his approval ratings lower will continue.

I have a feeling we have just begun to see just how crazy Donnie can be.  And he is surrounded by a band of incompetents who appear to be ready and eager to follow him wherever he leads them.

How many crazies in the House and Senate will accept his behavior over the coming year?  More beer and popcorn is needed...🍿🍺

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 14, 2017, 09:18:15 PM »
🦈🦈🦈🦈🦈🦈🦈

Something tells me there is blood in the water....

And yet....here is a picture of some Republican Congressmen.  They see nothing wrong.
🙈🙈🙈🙈🙈🙈🙈

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 14, 2017, 08:07:42 PM »
Brad Parscale.... Miami FBI field office phone number is below.  I think you should give them a ring.

754-703-2000

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 14, 2017, 03:48:14 PM »
Three or four weeks ago...on this thread...I said we were now down to #4 in the "batting order" of who will eventually become president:  Donnie, Mikey, Paul Ryan.....all having eliminated themselves via the RussiaGate investigation.  Paul isn't likely to be such a "slam dunk" as the first two...but I still think there is right now about a 60 - 70% chance that he is toast as well.  I think his involvement may come under closer scrutiny in coming weeks and months as this ball of yarn continues to unwind.

Keep in mind that Oren Hatch....who is now hitting 4th in the batting order may NOT run for re-election.  Also.....the timing of what happens WHEN could change things around quite a bit.  You can bet that there will be interesting conversations between Robert Muller and New York AG.  What charges is the New York AG looking at with the Trump clan?  Is the New York's AG's case solid?  Are the Feds going to try and get Donnie out of office FIRST so he cant give pardons to everyone on the FEDERAL charges?

There are a lot of moving parts...

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 14, 2017, 02:18:31 PM »
Brad Parscale:

Your time is running out.....you need to get on the phone with the local FBI office and come clean.  That light at the end of the tunnel is not sunlight with Donnie.  IT IS A TRAIN....and it is heading right for you.

The Trump data mining team is in BIG... BIG TROUBLE.

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 14, 2017, 01:26:45 PM »
More unwinding today.  Donnie is going to get fried...and Mikey will be dessert.  When you look at the clinical explation of what a sociopath is....and what a sociopath does...Donnie continues to act and do as expected.

The next few weeks will show full blown hell in the White House.  This thing is unraveling QUICKLY.

You're going to have many bankruptcy's in the coming couple of years coming out of this.  Anyone who wants a good deal on a commercial building with the address of 666 (sign of the devil) will be able to pick it up on the cheap.  And yes....it really is 666.  Quite appropriate.

Amazing.... This weekend will have a lot of Trump staff in full blown despair.

Just as a reminder....FOX has been lying all along on this.  Sean Hannity has been lying on this.  Eric Bolling has been lying on this.  Judge "Jeanine" has been lying on this.  Brit Humme has been lying on this.  Maybe FOX can move their corporate headquarters to Moscow.

Just a nice friendly F#CK YOU FOX.  You are a discrace....and I would like to see Sean Hannity rot in prison for lying to the American public.  Not just on this issue....  He has lied about global warming for decades.  F#CK YOU SEAN.

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 14, 2017, 03:45:11 AM »
As noted above by ASLR....investigators at McClatchy are looking into the targeting of the IT operations of the Trump campaign.  Yesterday.....I noted that the FBI would like to talk with Trumps IT folks during the campaign. 

Robert Palmer reported tonight that Brad P....the Trump campaign IT person is moving from San Antonio, Texas. .....because airport access is much easier for clients flying in.

As Palmer noted....this is odd for a couple of reasons.  For instance...why did he move to San Antonio in the first place?  It is well known that San Antonio is not a major hub.  Why didn't he move to Dallas or Houston?  It is interesting that Brad chose to move to Miami...about 1 hour from Mar a Lago.

Brad....I have some bad news for you:

1). The FBI will be on you like white on rice.  In fact...I have no doubt they have already been on you like a glove.

2). Whatever stupid thoughts you have about trying to protect Donnie....forget them NOW.  You were just a tool for Donnie....he doesn't care about you at all.

3). You need to be concerned with saving YOUR ASS.  Because it is now in legal danger.

Tick...tick....tick...  Do the right thing for you.


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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 13, 2017, 09:24:35 PM »
"Collusion....we don't have that YET."

That was Kellyann Conways "sign show" on TASS (FOX).  You never know where that little Freudian slip is going to show up.  So I guess she is looking forward someone proving collusion coming down the road.

Again.....psychology is so interesting.  Body language......Freudian slips.....we (humans) just can't hide things very well.  Especially when you lie as much as KellyAnne or Donnie.


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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 13, 2017, 07:35:13 PM »
As reported by the Palmer Report this afternoon...our little Russia lawyer friend who met with Donnie Jr, Paul, and Jarred.....met with at least one other politician on that trip.

This is what I have thought all along:  Russia has figured out what lobbyists and big business have known for a long time....politicians can be bought...especially Republican politicians.  And that is why RussiaGate will turn out to be so broad and so deep.

Why spend all that money on planes and ships.....when Republican politicians are so easily bought?  You can buy a change in policy....especially when you have people with no ethics and eager to be bought like Trump, Cruz, Collins, Chaffetz, Nunez, Guilliani, Pence, Sessions, etc (there are more).  These are folks that can be easily compromised......and the FBI will prove it IF they can finish their investigation.

Tick.....tick.....tick....tick.   


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Walking the walk / Re: Trash
« on: July 13, 2017, 05:44:59 PM »
Every big problem starts out as a small problem.  Every resolution to a big problem....usually starts out as a small step as well.  And little by little....that big problem all of the sudden becomes manageable and solveable.  You eat an elephant one bite at a time...... Keep up the good work (I pick up garbage as well).

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 13, 2017, 05:11:55 PM »
Jeff Sessions is now refusing to release documents related to his contacts with Russians.  The walls continue to close in....

Tick.....tick.....tick Jeff.  It's only a matter of time...

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 13, 2017, 01:13:56 PM »
1). Who was the IT person (or persons) that worked with Jarred Kushner in their targeting during the campaign?  The FBI would like to talk with you before you go to prison.😳

2). Muller has, no doubt, many crumbs to follow if the Trump campaign was sloppy like the meeting with Donald Jr.


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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 12, 2017, 01:14:26 PM »
One of the things we have to keep in mind, is the immense power and authority of the special counsel Bob Muller.  He has a "wide berth" to look into almost anything that comes up in his investigation.

If you look back at history....the Bill Clinton impeachment because of his lying about his affair with Monica Lewinski and covering it up...started out when a special prosecutor was appointed to look into the "Whitewater" real estate transaction by the Clintons.  Nothing substantive was ultimately found regarding Whitewater...but the special counsel investigation did stumble upon the Monica Lewinski fiasco in the meantime.

Likewise....Donnie and his motley crew likely have a lot more legal liability ahead of them:

1). Money laundering
2). Mob related activities (both Russian and US)
3). Income tax issues

So this "process" has a LONG way to go yet.  And keep in mind that the New York State attorney general will be on the Trump family like "bees to honey".  So there are both federal and state issues in play.

Six months ago when I said RussiaGate would make WaterGate look immaterial.....this is what I was looking ahead to.

Both Donnie and his son in law are now going to come under significant financial duress as the Trump brand gets trashed.  If many of them weren't going to jail...I would suggest moving to Russia where they could work more closely with their pal Vlad.

Mike Pence will become a casualty of RussiaGate....as will several in the US House and Senate...(yea Jason...I'm talking about you).....and several ex politicians like Rudy....and perhaps Newt as well.

I'll order another pallet of popcorn for the coming months...😳

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 12, 2017, 02:20:48 AM »
I think one of the next moves will be to pull Jarred's security clearance.  I will be surprised if he still has his clearance by the end of July.  I find it amazing that he has it now.

How many "mulligan's" are they allowed?

Remember.....Jarred has a building that is in DESPERATE need of debt re-financing.  Whoever the current holders of debt on the building are now....have certain "covenants" that must continually be met.

Covenants could include cash flow levels, debt to equity levels, or anything else that the holder of the debt required of Jarred and his company/partners.  If those covenants are NOT MET...a cascade of events can put Jarred's ownership at risk.

I have to believe that US Senators are now more keenly aware that Jarred is an easy mark for foreign blackmail.

Tick.....tick.....tick.....tick


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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 11, 2017, 10:46:48 PM »
Question I have is this:  Is Sean Hannity involved in the cover-up.  Remember... y Sean's own admission...he is NOT a journalist.  I want to know if he was knowingly involved in the coverup.

I think Sean and Donnie would make EXCELLENT cell mates.👮  Donnie is so SOL.  Couldn't happen to a more deserving family....

Keep in mind that everyone in the cabinet + Mikey needs to be 86'd.  The whole process of who stays and who goes...and WHEN will be interesting to watch.


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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 11, 2017, 09:43:36 PM »
Ego is a fascinating thing....especially the OVERABUNDANT variety.  The person who has the oversized ego.....doesn't know it, and can't see it.  It is a HUGE blind spot.  Looks like everyone in the Trump family...and almost everyone in the administration is afflicted.

Too much ego is always a bad thing...and eventually will swallow up whoever has too much.

Tick....tick....tick....tick....




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The rest / Re: The Trump Presidency (was "Presidential Poll")
« on: July 11, 2017, 01:27:15 PM »
While the RussiaGate onion continues to get peeled to its core....interesting things continue to happen on policy related items:

1). Oil and gas prices can't get out of their own way.  Too much supply...or not enoug deans, take your pick.

2). Not a month goes by where either another car company gives more information about accelerating their electric vehicle program....or.....another COUNTRY gives a future date when they expect to disallow the sale of internal combustion vehicles in their country.

3). Healthcare policy in the US continues to be front and center.  More and more people are now asking why the US is the only advanced country that doesn't have universal healthcare.  If the elephants aren't able to slam through a "Hail Mary" health bill in the next few weeks....expect the chorus of people clammoring for universal healthcare to increase their volume a bit.

4). I expect pharmaceutical companies to continue to come under fire.  In the US they have been a travesty for years/decades....expect more pressure on them in the next few years.

5). The next scam in the investment banks/hedge funds will likely be the algorithmic trading.  A Congressman from Oregon has been trying to reign this in over the past few years...expect more activity on this front as Republicans weaken over the next year.

As the Trump administration continues to be mired in everything Russia (and the coming money laundering that has only been touched on)....changes in policy are on the horizon.



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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 11, 2017, 03:46:48 AM »
The ball of twine that is Trump and his administration......continues to unwind.  This is no surprise since there have been countless dots to connect.  When something doesn't make sense.....there is almost always a reason it doesn't make sense.

The psychology of the whole thing is fascinating to me.  Having seen.....and still see....very unethical behavior in the "C Suite" of corporations....in many ways this is no different.

But the NUMBER of people that Trump has lying for him is gobsmacking.  It includes most of his administration with the one exception of Mattis.....as well as many folks in Congress, and even those fake journalists on FOX (hi Sean, Eric, Dana, Lou, and the rest of the "Liar Gang").  There are a lot of folks obstructing justice right now.  Good thing that Jeff Sessions is building more prisons.😉

It will be interesting to see if the New York AG brings charges against those in the Trump group.  Federal law will get Donnie off the hook via a pardon.  But it won't help on any STATE charges.  So Donnie could in fact, do some time.

We have a LONG WAY to go.....so enjoy the ride.....🐎

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 10, 2017, 12:16:45 PM »
For Donnie Jr....Donnie.....and the rest of the pond scum....things are not looking so good.😫

That's what happens whe people lie.  Eventually it comes back at them like a boomerang.  Damn that truth....it just never goes away.  Sorry Donnie...🕵️‍♀️

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 09, 2017, 01:05:17 AM »
The fuse is NOT infinite.

Tick.....tick.....tick.....tick


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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 08, 2017, 11:33:16 PM »
So who will be the big losers as RussiaGate continues to blow up on Donnie & friends?

1.  Donnie and his comrades in the administration

2.  FOX News:  Yes....TASS will pay a price.  FOX again shod it doesn't care one iota about finding the truth...they only care about their alt right agenda, and allowing sexual harassment at FOX. 

3.  Mitch McConnel.  He has had numerous chances to rebuke Trump and he didn't take them.  Sorry Mitch.

4.  Paul Ryan.  Ditto

5.  Other Republicans like Ted Cruz and the Texas crazies.  Plenty of other Republicans are going to pay a heavy price as well.

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The rest / Re: The Trump Presidency (was "Presidential Poll")
« on: July 08, 2017, 02:47:27 PM »
If you get a chance....I encourage you to take a look at some of the press from FOX and RT (Russian press) over the last few days....and for the next several days as well.  I have always said that FOX is one of the biggest dangers to US democracy. 

Journalism is about reporting facts.....searching for the truth....things that FOX knows nothing about.  You will see the similarity between FOX and RT.


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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 06, 2017, 09:59:32 PM »
Some people (or at least someone) apparently doesn't understand that US law is built up over decades and centuries of case law.  It shouldn't be too surprising that it REQUIRES people to look back at history and prescedent.😉

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 06, 2017, 05:13:05 PM »
The hounds are now on the chase.....and they will not be denied.   As the onion continues to be peeled back.....Donnie is continuing to be revealed.

He just can't get away from RussiaGate and everything he and his administration did.  In Watergate....there were a couple people early on that hurried along the downfall of Nixon:  John Dean, Nixon's White House counsel....and Alexander Butterfield, assistant chief of staff during the first couple of years of Nixons FIRST term....but someone who was not even remotely involved in the coverup, and was working at the FAA during and after the Watergate debacle....but was one of a very few people who even knew that Nixon had a recording system.

I happen to believe it is LIKELY that Donnie DID record some of his conversations.  It is likely that those recordings are long gone....but it is likely that one or more people DO know that there were some recordings.  In coming weeks and months we may find out more about recorded conversations.

In the meantime....I look for Donnie to be Donnie:  A man who knows he is in trouble....but looking for a way out of the mess he created, by any means possible.  And I look for more "havoc" to be created by Donnie....partly because that is how Donnie operates, and partly as a smokescreen to push conversation away from RussiaGate.

We have some interesting and historic months ahead of us.  Soak it in.....and keep your eyes and your mind wide open.

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Policy and solutions / Re: Oil and Gas Issues
« on: July 05, 2017, 05:03:44 PM »
Too many sellers.....and not enough buyers in the mid $40's..... This may take severel/many months to wash the buyers out.


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The rest / Re: The Trump Presidency (was "Presidential Poll")
« on: July 05, 2017, 03:39:14 PM »
Vladimir must be licking his chops looking forward to his meeting with Donnie.  Think about it:  You have compromising information on Donnie that you can hold over his head.....AND.....Donnie is now showing clear signs of dementia or altzheimers.  And one of the only countries that has any confidence in Donnie....is Russia.  The rest of the world hates him.

If I'm Vladimir......I'm going "all in" on playing his hand against Trump.  He can get whatever he wants from Donnie.  The only thing stopping him is the US Congress.

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 05, 2017, 12:22:04 PM »
Donnie is definitely losing it now.  Not only is he a sociopath....he is a sociopath that is also starting to show signs of dimentia.

This is going to be interesting to see how both Pence and Trump will be removed from office.  I'm sure there are conversations as to batting order right now in the FBI/DOJ.  And maybe Donnie's dimentia will save him face.

This is getting more bazaar by the minute.... Donnie's handlers are going to do their best to continue to keep him away from interviews other than friendly TASS (FOX).

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The rest / Re: The Trump Presidency (was "Presidential Poll")
« on: July 05, 2017, 02:29:14 AM »
For any of you wondering about the similarity or difference between Watergate and RussiaGate...timewise, the "Saturday Night Massacure" happened on October 20th, 1973.....which would coincide with the coming October....3 months from now.

The Saturday Night Massacure was the night that Nixon fired a couple people in the DOJ because they wouldn't fire the Special Prosecutor.  After firing those 2 people...Bork was left to fire him.

I expect Mueller to also be fired this time around.  Nixon was trying to get people's mind off of Watergate....and some people were growing weary of the investigation (sound familiar😜).

In November of 1973....it was discovered that there were tapes of Nixons conversations.  But those tapes wouldn't be turned over voluntarily.  It wasn't until the NEXT summer of 1974 that the tapes were obtained.

Donnie is in very deep water.....


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The rest / Re: The Trump Presidency (was "Presidential Poll")
« on: July 04, 2017, 02:10:40 PM »
Two interesting things for me to watch that are effects of the Trump administration are:

1). The quick move away from looking at the US as the leader of democracy's around the world (and now looking at Merkel as the "leader of the free world").  The huge move in polls of how the US is viewed by other countries is incredible.  Donnie has been able to wipe of a LOT of goodwill in just 5 months.  Germany, France, and Canada are taking the lead in denying Trump the respect he wants.  I guess bullying must have worked a lot better for Donnie in the private sector. 

2). The under-reporting of Mitch McConnel as being the source/reason for NOT reporting the Russian involvement in the US election much earlier...and in stronger terms.   I believe this will become a MUCH bigger deal as we move into next year.

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 04, 2017, 02:52:53 AM »
How much longer can Donnie's attorney's keep him from an interview with a journalist....as opposed to someone from FOX News tossing Donnie softball's?

What is Donnie hiding?  Hmmmmmmmmm?

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 04, 2017, 01:32:29 AM »
Looks like Donnie's boss (Vladimir) is starting to squeeze his small little testicles.  Vlad is putting together his Christmas list of things that Russia wants from the US....they will be discussing in Europe.  And Donnie is going to have to produce.

Russia wants their two houses back on the US east coast...and Vlad can ask for about anything else he wants.  This is going to get interesting...

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Policy and solutions / Re: Oil and Gas Issues
« on: July 03, 2017, 03:21:37 PM »
The owners of crude oil in the ground are getting more and more clarity as to what the transportation world will look like in the future....and it continues to move away from them at an accelerating pace. 

Oil for transportation is going the way of the dodo bird.  EV's continue to chip away at the fringes of oil demand....and slowly those "chips" are getting larger.  And the price of oil is set at the margin.






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The rest / Re: The Trump Presidency (was "Presidential Poll")
« on: July 03, 2017, 12:15:25 PM »
It has been more than 6 weeks since Donnie has done an interview with anyone other than FOX.  Dodgeball is a much easier game when the other side isn't throwing balls.

How long will he keep this up?  Mr tough guy is afraid of the press.

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 02, 2017, 09:53:01 PM »
Archimid:

One of the toughest things in life to learn is this:

"Don't waste your time on someone who deserves your silence."

We all have a finite amount of time and a finite amount of energy....use it wisely...

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Policy and solutions / Re: Oil and Gas Issues
« on: July 01, 2017, 06:51:13 PM »
Gasoline price for regular in Atlanta is down to $2.04 a gallon today.  That's a 4 cent drop over a week.  I expect to see gasoline under $2.  The lowest "inflation adjusted" gasoline over the past 40 years in the US was in 1998 when it was about $1.50.  A drop of 25%....and we would be there.  I'm not calling for that now....but within 5 years we could indeed see that again.

Every day...I see more and more electrification of the entire transportation industry taking place at a faster and faster pace.

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 01, 2017, 04:53:03 PM »
Two things to continue to watch:

1). Russia connections
2). Attacks on the constitution

Trump will continue to push #2.  And he will continue to explode smoke bombs like the Mika/Joe issue to hide the RussiaGate news.

Trump wants RussiaGate to go away...and if he can get help from unwitting progressives that are hunting for kleptocrats in the Democratic Party....that is fine by him.


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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: July 01, 2017, 01:21:39 PM »
In the coming weeks and months....democracy in the US will continue to tested.  There are many people at all levels who have already been bought off.  From the highest reaches of government...to blogs.

Several months ago I posted a link to a psychology experiment done at Stanford several decades ago.  You should review that again.  It shows you what humanity is capable of...especially in a group.

Just from a casual observance of Donnie's motley crew...you can see that it is pretty easy to put together a sizeable group of folks that have no ethics.  Mix in a little oversized ego...and access to authority....and you can see what you get.

The press is going to tested big time in coming months.  And they will have to counter the fake press of FOX,  Breitbart, and Russian backed bloggers.

This is going to get a lot more serious than most expect.  Keep your eyes open...and keep asking people questions, for questions demand answers.

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The rest / Re: The Trump Presidency (was "Presidential Poll")
« on: July 01, 2017, 03:26:59 AM »
There is NOTHING that Donnie would like more....than to continue to "mold" the voter registration rolls to his favor.   Making it more difficult to register in the first place, is job 1.

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The rest / Re: Russiagate
« on: June 30, 2017, 02:37:44 AM »
Those of you that are interested in RussiaGate....need to follow Malcolm Nance.  He's a former Navy intelligence officer....and he has been "spot on" with Donnie and the Russians since the summer BEFORE the election.  Nance is a MSNBC contributor.

Mueller's investigation still has a long way to go....and there is no telling exactly when they will break.  But break.....they will.

The dots continue to connect....and the smoke is intensifying.



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The rest / Re: The Trump Presidency (was "Presidential Poll")
« on: June 29, 2017, 09:13:33 PM »
One of the "less reported" items these days......is the continued decline of religion in the US.  More and more people are seeing what "fake Christians" like Sara Huckabee and others are saying......and they are dumping religion year after year.

I happen to think that is a GOOD THING.  If I were a Christian.....I would be embarrassed by the amount of lying she does.  I pity her children.  I'm not an atheist....but the few atheists I know are each 10 times the person that either Donald Trump or Sara Huckabee are.

We are getting closer to the day when there will be some defections from the White House.  Mattis and Tillerson are likely at the top of that list.  Unfortunately.....Donnie's Cabinet is chock full of fake Christians like Pence and Devoss.

Every day seems to bring new lows to the behavior of SCROTUS.  I am sure he can and will go much lower in the months ahead as the financial house of cards known as Trump Inc. continue to slowly close in.

Donnie is one sick dude......👩🏼‍⚕️

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