Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Paul Krugman Asks An Apt Question: "How do you ask a man to be the last man to die for a pee tape?"

Mod: It has been a minute since we discussed what is quite possibly the most disgraceful fellow to ever move into the White House. But I have been a Paul Krugman fan for years, and in my opinion he really hit a home run with this series of tweets. Of course, you might not agree. That is what is so great about this country, you don't have to. And isn't it fun to think that national politics can be just as bizarre as the local version?

Paul Krugman Asks An Apt Question: "How do you ask a man to be the last man to die for a pee tape?" (Daily Kos link): Dusting off a famous phrase from John Kerry’s Winter Soldier testimony Paul Krugman asks: "How do you ask a man to be the last man to die for a pee tape?"

Twitter: “I've met a fair number of serving officers in the U.S. military. They're very impressive -- smart, sophisticated, well-informed. And they take honor very seriously. What must it be like for them now?

They know perfectly well that the current commander-in-chief is a man of no honor whatsoever -- dishonest, corrupt, quite possibly being blackmailed by a hostile foreign power.

Could such a man deliberately wag the dog? That is, might he engage in military action -- killing people, and putting U.S. servicemen and women at risk -- to distract from his scandals? Of course he could.

Was the Syria strike an example? Not clear. But the suspicion is obvious and unavoidable. And who knows what comes next? So if you're in the military, you have to be asking yourself: how do you ask a man to be the last man to die for a pee tape?”

Trump supporters rip decision to strike Syria (Politico link): Some of President Donald Trump’s staunchest backers tore into his decision to attack Syria late Friday night, arguing it was unnecessary, reactionary and even Clinton-esque.

In tweet storms and video responses, they compared Trump’s decision to attack Syrian targets to actions taken by President George W. Bush or a hypothetical President Hillary Clinton.

“We lost. War machine bombs Syria. No evidence Assad did it. Sad warmongers hijacking our nation,” tweeted conservative author and radio host Michael Savage. Savage also posted a video discussing the missile strikes, tearing into Trump’s decision.

There was a clear sense of disappointment among a certain strand of Trump supporter as the president announced a “precision strike” against the regime of Bashar Assad on Friday in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack last week.

The anguish came from supporters who latched on to Trump’s “America First” promise during the campaign. They argued that Trump’s decision undermined his promise to disentangle the U.S. from global conflicts, saying it reeked of the same old, same old.

Donald Bush,” tweeted Mike Cernovich, a conservative author and once a staunch supporter of Trump.

“Congratulations to the Trump administration for adopting the same failed foreign policy and ignoring of the constitution as the last two administrations,” tweeted Doug Stafford, a strategist for Sen. Rand Paul’s RANDPAC.

Mod: And then there was that time Republicans threatened to impeach Obama if he bombed Syria without congressional approval. The following is from Sept of 2013.

Hunter: Obama inviting impeachment if he strikes Syria without Congress (Washington Times link): Rep. Duncan Hunter said Tuesday that President Obama would be breaking the law and even inviting impeachment if he went ahead with strikes on Syria after a congressional rejection.

“I think he’s breaking the law if he strikes without congressional approval,” Mr. Hunter, a California Republican, told The Washington Times. “And if he proceeds without Congress providing that authority, it should be considered an impeachable offense.” Mr. Obama this weekend sent Congress a draft resolution authorizing use of force to take out Syria’s facilities for weapons of mass destruction, including chemical weapons.

But the president said he believes he still has authority to strike unilaterally without backing from Congress, and his aides reportedly said they believe he could still act even if Congress voted next week to reject his request for authorization of force.

Mod: Personally I find it hard to believe that there are still people who actually believe Trump is a conservative. Then again, they probably never really got it anyway. They just wanted their side to win.

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173 comments:

  1. There needs to be an investigation into the Trump administration to see if anyone there has ties to America.

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  2. Poll finds Republican tax cut remains unpopular
    https://www.marketwatch.com/story/poll-finds-republican-tax-cut-remains-unpopular-2018-04-16

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    1. My accountant ran a comparison of how much tax I would have paid last year under the new tax laws vs old. Didn’t save a cent. I guess someone else (likely who doesn’t live in California) is getting all the goodies from this budget-busting mess.

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    2. As far back as 40 years ago, all US Presidents (both parties) promised that tax cuts benefited the middle class is a big lie. The shrinking middle class always picks up the tab by subsidizing the poor and the rich Americans.

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  3. Mod, you just dont get it.
    Supporting President Trump has zero to do with being left or right, conservative or progressive.
    This country really needed someone that was not part of the government BS gravy train.
    Someone not afraid of being PC to all the incompetent Washington insiders that have pulled this nation to its knees from layers of being self indulging whiney do nothings.
    It was time to clean house and bring the White House back to the people.

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    1. Kool Aid, anyone?

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    2. I get the idea, 6:59, but the guy who was chosen to bring back the White House to the people is a fraud of a man. If what you wanted was chaos, you succeeded.
      Truthfully, I'm having a hard time keeping up with the scandals and the anarchy this insubstantial person is causing. We will need an extraordinary leader to emerge to make up for this nadir in American politics.

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    3. Great plan 6:59. It's sort of like taking chemo for a headache.

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    4. Thanks for the explanation.
      He is a little non conventional, but only he can win.

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  4. Paul Krugman the comedian?

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  5. The Big Losers Today
    Hannity's family
    Sean will soon be spending more time with them

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  6. I am lost for words as to how this sleazebag gets honorable people to stick with him? He is completely corrupt, no morals, ethics, shame, intelligence or any admirable traits. Worst person EVER to step into the WH. Disgusting, repulsive, glutton.

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  7. Trump’s pee-tape defense to Comey: “Do I look like a guy who needs hookers?”
    https://news.vice.com/en_us/article/8xke4x/trumps-pee-tape-defense-to-comey-do-i-look-like-a-guy-who-needs-hookers

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  8. Americans aren't divided because we disagree. It's because we have 2 totally distinct realities. Example: Mueller Crime Family. This is completely made up but will become reality for 30% of the population. After a while, it's impossible to talk to someone who believes that Mueller is corrupt and believes you are ignorant.

    There is not common ground between a lie and the truth.

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    1. Agreed, 7:19. What are we to do.

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    2. True. But there will be no national conversation if the 70% don't acknowledge their factious assertions reported by mainstream news or entertainment media,

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    3. Not sure I get that one.

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  9. Would you allow your kid to serve in the military under President Trump?

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    1. I don't think the parents have the choice when their kids turn 18.

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    2. It is still ok to share your opinions with them.

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  10. Large majority supports tougher Russia sanctions, Post-ABC poll finds
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2018/04/17/large-majority-supports-tougher-russia-sanctions-post-abc-poll-finds/

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  11. America is Bankrupt and Republicans Couldn’t Care Less
    http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/america-is-bankrupt-and-republicans-couldnt-care-less/comment-page-1/

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  12. Lol, 7:31am. I raised my kids to be independent thinkers, they make their own decisions, they are not tied to any apron strings or have a helicopter/hovering parent.

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    1. So you don't talk to them?

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  13. 7:14am definitely a koolaid drinker on a regular basis.

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    1. Each side is convinced that the other is drinking the Kool Aid. Oy.

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    2. You have to watch out for that. It could lead to political diabetes.

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  14. 7:50am just support and rally for a supersized government UUT, kinda like what just passed by voters here in Sierra Madre, that will fix the bankruptcy problem, besides Democrats just love paying higher taxes.

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    1. I see,spending and not paying one's bills is the answer.

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    2. How did Sierra Madre accumulate so much debt?

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    3. I would rather the government tax and spend than borrow and spend. Of course the best would be to cut spending and taxes in order to run a balanced budget. Unfortunately it seems no politicians can manage that, especially the Trump GOP.

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    4. Trump increased US debt by $1.6 trillion dollars this year. He is to fiscal conservatism what Stormy Daniels is to chastity.

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    5. 9:08,how did Sierra Madre accumulate so much debt? Ask previous City Councils, especially Nancy Walsh, John Buchanan, and Josh Moran. That's why this election was so important. Thank you voters for returning the the incumbents who are turning things around.

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  15. 7:53am. Comedian this morning, it is good to begin the day with a smile.

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  16. At this stage of the game anyone who backs Trump is in this country to tear it apart. No true red blooded American can be for someone who is dividing this country up so much. Weaken our military to the point where when actually attacked electronically they won’t know who to trust. Trump is the anti Christ, the Devil in disguise. No doubt about it. That poor excuse of a human needs to be removed and disban from our once great country.

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    1. "Trump is . . . the Devil in disguise." And a very transparent disguise at that. There are none so blind as those who will not see.

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    2. He has shoes that are specially designed for cloven feet.

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    3. I don't think the real Devil likes you to compare him with Trump. You better watch your back.

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    4. He's a man of wealth and taste.

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    5. Sorry, I support Trump 100%. Not going back to support any professional politian again in my life, never. Right now trump is the only card on the table.

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    6. Good for you. Stick it to them until the end. But just for clarification sake, all politicians and business people are salesmen/saleswomen.

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  17. Trump is a disgusting and poor excuse of a human being. He was born with a silver spoon in his mouth as they say and hasn’t a clue to the problems of the working class people who have made this country a country that everyone use to want to go to,

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    1. How many US Presidents or Congress members fit the bill of the ordinary working class people?

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  18. My spouse and I stumbled over here coming from a different page and thought I should check things out.
    I like what I see so now i am following you. Look forward to finding out about your web page again.

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    1. These fake posts always make me giggle

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    2. I agree 8:02, but if we get rid of Trump, we get Pence. At least he isn't nuts though.

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    3. Pence is the Jimmy Carter of the right.

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  19. Trump need to drink the koolaidt he is serving..

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  20. Trump supporters don't care that Trump is Putin's puppet and even gave away secrets to Kremlin officials in the Oval Office. Trump supporters only care about sticking it to liberals and progressives, even if it means that they, their families, and the nation lose. They are truly deplorable in their militant ignorance and will ultimately lose yet again to the educated who think, do, and create.

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    1. Here's the truth if you pay close attention to history:
      1. The Western media loves to label Putin the all-powerful villain (you know the garden variety villain crap portrayed in 007 James Bond fictions)
      2. If you think Trump is the worst US President, I can guarantee you that there will be more worst US Presidents to be followed after him.

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    2. Obama is far worst, how about Bill Clinton? George Bush? All pieces of junk.

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  21. Appreciate this post. Will try it out.

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  22. 8:19am. You and your spouse should not be stumbling so early in the morning. Would it be that cup of medicinal Texas Tea? does wonders for the libido, Anywho, glad that you both can lean on each other and support the Tattler.

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  23. Will proudly be voting for President Trump again.

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    1. Why so insecure that you’d need to tell us that years ahead?

      Zealots be like so freaky

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    2. To bad your dear leader is not as honest about his treachery, Comrade.

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    3. 10:25 - It will have to be a write in vote. Federal prisoners cannot place their names on the ballot.

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  24. 8:31am you have got to find new material.
    Great Britain, France and the United States cared enough about Syria's civil war and the mass extermination of the Syrian people being gassed to death by their own President.
    Both Ruaaia President Putin and United States John Kerry swore that Weapons of Mass Destruction had been eliminated from his war arsenal.
    I support the precision strike, couldn't have happened soon enough.

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    1. When then next terrorist strike happens the blood will be on your hands

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    2. "I support the precision strike, couldn't have happened soon enough." 10:51, do you mean the strike on the empty warehouse specially selected by Putin? #showbomb

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    3. Yes. But only after giving Putie a 3 day warning.

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    4. Your tax dollars at work...

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  25. 11:17am NIMBY, bring it.

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    1. A LULU! Get the insect repellent.

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    2. People who call other people NIMBY expect to be treated with the utmost respect. This is because of the mighty power extending from the acronym itself.

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  26. 12:12pm. NO. i am your father.
    Respect the dark side.

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  27. Chill out people! No apocalypse is coming for the next 4 years.
    Here's $100 wager. Put your money where your mouth is.

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    1. If there is an Apocalypse, how would I collect?

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    2. To safeguard your wagers, they will be deposited to an escrow account backed by the FDIC, US Government.

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  28. At least 50% of registered people voted for Trump. That means half of your neighbors on your street are Trump supporters. So people go nuts and start a war of words with your neighbors.

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    1. 58% of registered voters did so in 2016. Out of that 3 million more votes for Clinton than Trump. In California Clinton beat Trump by 4.3 million votes. 1:53 is remarkably wrong, even for a Trumpy.

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    2. 2:01,
      Your next door John and Jane disagree with you. Go over there to get clarification.

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    3. Worrying about what John and Jane think is the epitome of wasted time.

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    4. 2:17,
      You mean like wasting still talking about the 2016 election and the Trump presidency?

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    5. I take it you are comfortable with the traitor in the White House.

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    6. I'm more concerned about the practical basic ordinary day-to-day things like family relationships and keeping my job than some dude running the country every 4 or 8 years.

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    7. Odd that you would read a blog that deals almost exclusively with politics.

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    8. Observation vs Obsession

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    9. Some people enjoy talking about politics. Why deprive them of their special joy?

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  29. 29 May 2018, a day without Starbucks. 8,000 stores to close for racial sensenitivy retraining of staff.
    Similar outreach from the coorporation with the introduction to the happy holiday cup that replaced Christmas.

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    1. I'm expecting riots.

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    2. Funny, I always use SB restroom even when I did not buy things there. No employees stopped me even though I'm definitely not white.

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    3. 2:11,
      Any suggestions on how to survive thru this riot?

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    4. Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.
      ☕️

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    5. Christmas is fake news

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    6. Stay classy 2:15


      Weak bladder

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    7. I asked for the restroom at a Women's Clinic once. Since I was a man, the receptionist told me to use the restroom in another building where I had the appointment. I gazed at the woman with a serious look and told her "you don't understand, I need to use it now". She then politely let me use it.

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    8. Fascinating memory
      Really

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  30. 1:54pm:

    Can't train people with stupidity. The key is to hire smarter people to management positions.

    Not too long ago, there was a "Strip search phone call scam":

    The strip search phone call scam is a series of incidents that extended over a period of about ten years before an arrest was made in 2004. The incidents involved a man calling a restaurant or grocery store, claiming to be a police officer and then convincing managers to conduct strip searches of female employees, and to perform other bizarre acts on behalf of "the police". The calls were most often placed to fast-food restaurants in small towns, located in rural areas of the United States.

    Over 70 such occurrences were reported in 30 U.S. states, until an incident in 2004 in Mount Washington, Kentucky, finally led to the arrest of David Richard Stewart,[1] an employee of Corrections Corporation of America, a firm contracted by several states to provide corrections officers at private detention facilities.

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  31. Lol 2:39pm. Now Starbucks has hired this gentleman to provide the training for all Starbucks employee's. Only in America.

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  32. 7:04am. & 3:00pm. The tax code kicks in next year, now Congress just needs to work on their over spending.
    The redesigning of the IRS takes time, it is another quagmire of Washington DC.

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    1. Don’t be a fool
      Republicans have controlled congress forever

      They have no concern about over spending

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  33. R.I.P. Barbara Bush 04/7/2018 age 92 years in life.

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    1. I never thought she would outlive Wilma Flinstone

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  34. I suppose the toilet was locked up (and you had to get a key), or had a sign on it "for customers only" and the harried coffee server was asked for access. How about practicing a simple line: "Yes, please feel free to use the toilet and would you please buy a beverage or pasty when you return to the table area." If they don't, go on with the net customer and let it go.

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    1. Company policies are general guidelines, not to be interpreted as the rule of law.

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    2. Don't understand about this Starbucks restroom thing. Starbucks and many other gourmet coffee shops give complimentary free water to customers and non-customers when requested.

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    3. If you offer complimentary free water to non-customers when requested, you should allow them to use the restroom.

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  35. Don't get Comey at all. He said that Trump is "morally and ethically" unfit to be President. Yet he does not agree in impeaching Trump. So what is the purpose of the circus-esque book tour to promote his tell-all book to embarrass and irritate Trump?

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    1. Distract Trump's attention from the Mueller investigation, which is now very close to finishing. It is a red cape designed to fool the dumb bull.

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    2. With the book tour, we can conclude that Comey is a very political former FBI employee.

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    3. I sure hope he is. Better a political former FBI Director than a weird creepy pervert in the White House.

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    4. Agree that Trump is pretty creepy if the Stormy and other female allegations against him are true regarding his sexual fetishes and infidelity. At the same time, I always find that John and Ted Kennedy are pretty creepy with their womanizing, fetishes, and that Chappaquiddick drowning scandal. And B Clinton has his own creepy demons.

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    5. Nice try with the false equivalence. Those who you cite are not president. Totally BS observation.

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    6. Whattabout whiner

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    7. 7:50,
      WTF is wrong with you? There are people who don't give a sh*t and are not affiliated with either the democrat or republican party. The last I check J Kennedy and B Clinton were former US Presidents.

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  36. 2:01pm. Those 4.3 million votes from the 4.3 illegally living California residents from around the world do not count, you need to be a United States citizen.

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    1. Yeah because people who are afraid to go to school or walk down the street for fear of being picked up by ICE brazenly commit voter fraud crimes that gain them nothing—and they do it by the millions.

      You can’t reason with militantly stupid Trumpites even when they know there is no evidence for their beliefs.

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    2. Not too long ago, I asked someone, who is illegally living in CA 15+ years, if she would apply for US legal residency/citizenship if allowed. Her reply was shocking. She said why would I want to pay income taxes, and I'm already getting welfare for my US born children.

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    3. I'm pretty sure you just made that up.

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    4. 6:49,
      I wished that I have made that up but sometimes "truth is stranger than fiction".

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    5. I don't believe it either.

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    6. 6:49,7:18,7:34:
      Perhaps you don't work or know people that are illegally living here. If you do, talk to them and they do have their opinions.

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  37. 5:53pm your life is from the stone age.

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    1. Yabba dabba doo.

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    2. 5:53 is talking to 5:53, wth?

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    3. I think they're having an argument.

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  38. The media is currently displaying “Remembering Barbara Bush”. Will the same happen someday for the current First ‘lady’? Can you Dump supporters let me know what her message is for the country?

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    1. 5:58 is struggling to answer the simple questions.

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    2. 5:58 is a bore.

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    3. 5:58 likely wearing red MAGA hat that is too tight.

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    4. MAGA - Many Assholes Getting Arrested

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    5. Love the clip of Barbara Bush saying at George's inauguration, "They say that being first lady is very glamorous. Well, look at me!" Can you imagine our current First Lady saying anything mildly amusing, she in her stiletto heels to tour the flood devastation in Houston?

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    6. Just imagine how Foxnews would have treated Michelle Obama if she had said that.

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  39. Comey has been signed to fo the infomercial for under eye bag removal, he needs the money since being fired.
    The FBI can recover from this dipstick that headed up the organization, like blogger 2:39pm said you can't train people when the head of management is stupid.

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    1. Comey is a far better man than Trump.

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    2. Dipstick?

      Guy is a lifelong registered republican

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    3. Well then dipstick is correct!

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  40. 6:02, there you go again trying to make sense. Do your mommy and daddy know you’re on the computer? Almost time for beddy-bye

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  41. 7:18am. Are you saying that Starbucks allows anyone to drink free water from their water fountain? Shut the front door, their sensitivity trainings are complete.

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    1. I have seen gourmet coffee shops with a separate self-service water tank dispenser with complimentary paper/plastic cups next to it for people to help themselves.

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  42. Edmund L making complete ass of himself again at Arcadia CC meeting.

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    1. Why was Edmund so concerned about Sho Tay becoming Mayor? Is there any doubt?

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    2. Is there a chance the city council will reject Sho?

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    3. Yes, give it to April.

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    4. Nobody deserves to be passed over for Mayor more than Sho Tay.

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    5. It comes down to will Amundson really not vote for Shogun. You know Beck and April won’t. Can April vote for herself ?

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    6. Has anyone in Arcadia ever been passed over for Mayor? Joe Mosca was passed over twice in Sierra Madre. We never heard the end of it.

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    7. It's about time that Arcadia should vote for a woman Major. Why does it have to be a man Major? I want April to be the next Major.

      From a real man

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  43. What is the San Gabriel Tattler?

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  44. San Gabriel Tattler !! That’s what some Tay minion called this blog at tonight’s Arcadia CC meeting.

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  45. 6:55pm very true. Many of my "illegal" friends ( i know, not politically correct) told me the lines were too long to wait in when amnesty was offered throughout the years.
    Many of them also receive Welfare,EBT and free collage tuation.

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    1. It's a open secret that no one wants to talk about b/c is not PC. But how can a Nation set legal/illegal immigration policies without an honest conversation and self-examination.

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    2. You have many friend on welfare?

      Fake post

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    3. A few of my friends, who are US Citizens are on welfare. I have worked at a government agency that helps and subsidize the homeless and other section 8 program recipients. I know illegal people that receives welfare for their US born children.

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    4. You know, the more you tell this tall tale the less believable it becomes.

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    5. So it seems your statement that "many" of your non-citizen friends "receive Welfare" was a lie, and only when called on it you admit that it's US citizen children who receive assistance.

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    6. 8:56,
      In reference to the 8:29 post that I wrote, I think you are refereeing to the 7:45 post regarding "many" illegal friends, but I did not write that post.

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    7. 8:56,
      You can always do your own independent research.

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    8. Too bad you did not receive free ‘collage tuation’.

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    9. 8:56,
      You are reading way too much into this. Everyone knows that children born in the US are automatic citizens from illegal people, and their children are eligible for welfare.

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  46. You have to wonder why Sho Tay needs to have his butt kissed in public so much.

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  47. Beck is spanking bad boy Tay.

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  48. Small, insecure man syndrome.

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  49. Will there be a translation of Tays babbling to a human comprehensible format ?

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  50. I think Sho makes more sense when he is incomprehensible.

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  51. I’ve sent the audio of Tays attempt at dialogue to the NSA for possible decoding, please wait for their interpretation.

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  52. 8:19am. Most of us are not white privileged and live in mansions like you do. Real post.

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    1. Another fake post from the trump troll

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    2. 4:30 - seriously you should seek the help of an eye doctor or a psychiatrist if you keep on seeing trump everywhere

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    3. Good advice for the bloke who thinks I live in a mansion.

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  53. Hey 1:58, you have to know how to read between the lines. You see, white people living inside a mansion is a metaphor describing white privileged living inside an invisible walled-mansion aka The Bubble.

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    1. You’re living in a vaccum... idiot.

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    2. Now, now, don't get so sensitive, little boy. Go run home to mommy.

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    3. Awesome, I’m a privileged but sensitive white mansioneer with mommy issues.

      With troll turds on my lawns

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    4. 8:36 has the classic Norman Bates syndrome

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