Doubtful Democrats have the cojones to own Obamacare… too bad… if they do…in final analysis they win…

…Doubtful Democrats have the cojones to own Obamacare… too bad… if they do…in final analysis they win…

Obama to Democrats: Don’t bail Republicans out on Obamacare repeal. Make them own it.

Only when “WE” are sufficiently educated to understand that “WE” are the real source of power … “WE”–the people – not any politician

…Only when “WE” are sufficiently educated to understand that “WE” are the real source of power … “WE”–the people – not any politician…

When Will the US Confront Its Role in Fueling Terror Attacks Across the Planet?

By Vijay Prashad, AlterNet …How can the West take political and emotional responsibility for the actions of others who have their own will?…. READ MORE»

FAKE news has become acceptable

clip_image002FAKE news has become acceptable to most Americans with a huge push coming on the heel of the outcome of the 2000 presidential election …

 

 

STORYJAN 05, 2017

Glenn Greenwald on "Dearth of Evidence" Linking Russia to WikiLeaks Release of DNC Emails

 

 

STORYJAN 05, 2017

Glenn Greenwald: Mainstream U.S. Media is Culpable for Disseminating Fake & Deceitful News on Russia

OOPS… Mr. Trump … but … were you lying then or are you lying now…???

…OOPS… Mr. Trump … but … were you lying then or are you lying now…???

…Or is this just FAKE news…???

Bernie Just Printed a Gigantic Trump Tweet and Brought It to the Senate Floor

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The Senate is currently debating the repeal of Obamacare. And since Senators love their visual aids, it makes sense that Bernie Sanders brought one along with him to work today. But Bernie’s sign marks the dawn of a new era in a lot of ways. He literally just printed out a tweet from President-elect Donald Trump.

To help demonstrate his point that Donald Trump promised not to cut Medicare and Medicaid benefits, Bernie decided that perhaps his argument could best be made with Trump’s own words. Or own characters, as it were.

The tweet dates from May of 2015 and proclaimed, “I was the first & only potential GOP candidate to state there will be no cuts to Social Security, Medicare & Medicaid. Huckabee copied me.”

Bernie said that if Trump plans to cut Medicare or Medicaid that he should just admit now that he was lying.

“Millions of people voted for him on the belief that he would keep his word,” Sanders said on the Senate floor, referring to Trump’s promises during the election campaign.

“If he was sincere, then I would hope that tomorrow or maybe today he could send out a tweet and tell his Republican colleagues to stop wasting their time and all of our time. And for Mr. Trump to tell the American people that he will veto any proposal that cuts Medicare, that cuts Medicaid or that cuts Social Security.”

What part of any “reporting” on alleged Russian government sanctioned manipulation of our 8 November Presidential election is not FAKE…

…What part of any “reporting” on alleged Russian government sanctioned manipulation of our 8 November Presidential election is not FAKE

Hmmm: FBI, CIA never examined DNC servers?

1/5/2017 10:01:38 AM  Ed Morrissey    ….Never? Not once? The FBI has consistently asserted that the hack of the Democratic National Committee was an operation linked to the Russian government, even if they were less convinced that the Russians wanted to elect Donald Trump as a result. Last
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Officials: U.S. obtained conclusive evidence after election that Russia leaked emails

 

The FBI never asked for access to hacked computer servers

GOP/Republican notion of full disclosure & transparency … picture prefect FAKE news…

…GOP/Republican notion of full disclosure & transparency … picture prefect FAKE news…

Republicans run the spread offense to ram through Donald Trump’s cabinet nominees

THE BIG IDEA: By scheduling six confirmation hearings for the same day, the Senate GOP is working to prevent any one Donald Trump nominee from dominating a news cycle. The gambit is very likely to succeed.

It’s no coincidence that Republican committee chairmen scheduled hearings for some of the president-elect’s most controversial and polarizing nominees next Wednesday.