Friday, September 15, 2017

I'm still with her

Clinton: Trump poses 'clear and president danger' to US
..."I'm hoping that on the really big issues there's enough authority to be able to restrain and contain the president. That's what we all have to hope because I think this president and some of the people around him pose a clear and present danger to our country," Clinton told MSNBC's Rachel Maddow.

Hillary Clinton could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and do nothing, and they would say she shot somebody. - Randi Mayem Singer

The World Is A Safer Place Without Saddam Trump

In response to the sanctions, North Korea threatened to cause the United States "the greatest pain and suffering it has gone through in its entire history." I hate to break it to you, we already kind of did that to ourselves back in November. - Jimmy Kimmel

Trump Bans Russian Software Company
Eugene Kaspersky has denied that the cyber-security firm he founded is close to the Russian government and insists it poses no danger to its American customers.
Mr Kaspersky told the BBC that the Trump administration's move to ban government agencies from using his products was an "uncomfortable situation". The US has said it is concerned that Kaspersky is vulnerable to influence from the Kremlin.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said today that "President Trump has done more for bipartisanship in the past eight days than President Obama did in eight years." Catch more of Sarah's comedy in her new Netflix special,"Chucklebee." - Seth Myers

Republican Shenanigans

Lobbyists now can make anonymous donations to the legal defense funds of WH officials? What could be swampier? - David Axelrod

Obviously, Trump Has Never Watched Hurricane Coverage Until Irma
President Trump said on Thursday that he did not know hurricanes could be rated as high as a Category 5 after his visit to Florida, which is reeling from Hurricane Irma's devastation. 
"I never even knew a category five existed," the president told reporters at the White House. 

Florida Had The Chance To Protect Nursing Homes And Didn't
In the aftermath of 2005’s destructive Hurricane Wilma, Florida lawmakers approved laws to protect motorists at risk of getting stranded on the interstate, and residents of new high-rises who can’t climb stairs.
Proposed at the same time: a bill that would have required some nursing homes to have generators to protect frail elders from the ravages of heat and dehydration.
The bill died.

The White House announced today that President Trump will sign a resolution passed by Congress that condemns white supremacists. Oh, I can see it now, "Okay, Donald J. Trunch. What? I signed it, I signed it." - Seth Myers


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BREAKING: In Stunning New Deal with Democrats, Trump Agrees to be Impeached. - Andy Borowitz

Rock The Voter News

Let's see any one of us go through a 25-year scorched-earth smear campaign and see if we come through it with 1/10th of the grace of Hillary. - Jeff Tiedrich

Florida Governor Won't Delay Election
Gov. Rick Scott has rejected a Democratic Party of Florida request to postpone for two weeks the Sept. 26 special election in Senate District 40, saying Miami-Dade County officials are ready to move forward with early voting on Saturday despite the disruption from the storm.

Donald Trump tweeted urging Congress to pass his tax reform plan. Here's what he wrote. He wrote, "With Irma and Harvey devastation, tax cuts and tax reform is needed more than ever before. Go Congress, go!" Go Congress! Who does he think he's talking to? They are senators, not Forrest Gump. - James Corden


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I commend Trump for making it very clear how he feels about Charlottesville & how unfairly we treated our nation's patriotic Nazis & racists. - Carl Reiner

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Imagine if Trump denounced the attempted lynching of a biracial child by white teens in New Hampshire as vehemently as he denounced ESPN. - OhNoSheTwitnt

Hurricane Harvey Affected US Retail Sales
U.S. retail sales unexpectedly fell in August and industrial output recorded its biggest drop since 2009 as Hurricane Harvey disrupted activity, suggesting the storm could dent economic growth in the third quarter.

Remember how enthralling and distracting it could be to play with a bubble machine on a lazy summer’s day?  Can we get Trump one of those? - Conan O'Brien



Odd News

Time To Deflate Photo
Sending best wishes from Central America for a lovely weekend, especially to my friends in Florida who are still without electricity.


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