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Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Jan Wed 18, 2017 7:25 am
by JIMD
http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/boom- ... le/2612037


This is awesome, the Moonbats in DC and across the country are going to poop their pants when the gravy train no longer exist

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Jan Wed 18, 2017 4:23 pm
by Mac66
Breitbart calls government workers "the privileged class."

Trump, not gov workers, is a member of the privileged class, as are the bankers, other trust fund kids, and billionaires he surrounds himself with.

Trump wants to freeze and fire; freezing out people not yet hired eliminates corruption how?

Trump wants to clean out corruption, he should start by calling out the Congress to start working for the people instead of spending most of their time positioning themselves for that fat do nothing consultants job waiting for them in DC.

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Jan Wed 18, 2017 4:29 pm
by HokieAl
Mac66 wrote: Trump wants to freeze and fire; freezing out people not yet hired eliminates corruption how?
Mostly attrition.

For example, get rid of the DoED. Redundant, waste of billions of dollars.

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Jan Wed 18, 2017 4:40 pm
by Mac66
Waste? Look at Defense as well. Ridiculous, unnecessary spending throughout.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/charlestief ... 93daa74570

They should go after wasteful defense boondoggles before they hit up admin people and custodians. Because you know they'll go after the easiest targets first, not the well connected ones.

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Jan Wed 18, 2017 4:50 pm
by HokieAl
Mac66 wrote:Waste? Look at Defense as well. Ridiculous, unnecessary spending throughout.
I agree.

I'm sure Trump will look at all of that in time. He went after the new Air Force One. That's a good sign.

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Jan Wed 18, 2017 5:02 pm
by Vlad_Rap
Trump wants to freeze and fire; freezing out people not yet hired eliminates corruption how?
By reducing the numbers of those government workers who would be inclined to vote democratic for no good reason other than to keep the government growing and their jobs safe. Although, I think in this election, many government workers came to the conclusion that the out of control expansion could not go on much longer. Many went from thinking short term benefit$ to longer term security

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Jan Wed 18, 2017 6:09 pm
by JIMD
I like The Department of Redundancy Department

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Sun 02, 2017 7:59 am
by Mac66
The White House offered a window into the concentration of wealth among senior advisers serving in President Donald Trump’s administration, releasing financial-disclosure reports on Friday for about 180 of its top paid staff.

Four of Trump’s top advisers—Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn and senior adviser Jared Kushner—held assets collectively worth between $757 million and $1.9 billion, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of their financial disclosures. Aides disclose their income and assets largely in ranges, rather than specific dollar figures.

The wealth of those surrounding the president, himself a billionaire, poses a contrast with the populist tone of Trump’s campaign, which made an explicit appeal to working-class Americans. As a candidate, Trump often railed against Goldman Sachs GS, -0.65% . Now, at least four of his top advisers once worked at the financial firm.
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/presid ... 2017-04-01

They're loaded. You think they'd ever make a decision favoring us over them?

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Sun 02, 2017 12:08 pm
by specialties
The wealth of those surrounding the president, himself a billionaire, poses a contrast
Yeah, probably against successful people who know how to stay out of trubble and produce things that people want vs. the 'victims' caused by lefty screwy failure types who whine, kavetch, connive, hate,kill cops, and complain...
Who wants that???... I'll take the champions of business who know how to build real wealth so that your gutter slobs can tax for doing absolutely nothing...

But you are winning the civil war, so what's next??

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Sun 02, 2017 1:37 pm
by bobkat
specialties wrote:
The wealth of those surrounding the president, himself a billionaire, poses a contrast
Yeah, probably against successful people who know how to stay out of trubble and produce things that people want vs. the 'victims' caused by lefty screwy failure types who whine, kavetch, connive, hate,kill cops, and complain...
Who wants that???... I'll take the champions of business who know how to build real wealth so that your gutter slobs can tax for doing absolutely nothing...

But you are winning the civil war, so what's next??
specialties so you believe in an oligarchy not in a republic that practices democracy . Here is an article from the Washington Times (not your left leaning paper).

America is an oligarchy, not a democracy or republic, university study finds

By Cheryl K. Chumley - The Washington Times


America is no longer a democracy — never mind the democratic republic envisioned by Founding Fathers.
Rather, it has taken a turn down elitist lane and become a country led by a small dominant class comprised of powerful members who exert total control over the general population — an oligarchy, said a new study jointly conducted by Princeton and Northwestern universities.
One finding in the study: The U.S. government now represents the rich and powerful, not the average citizen, United Press International reported.
In the study, “Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups and Average Citizens,” researchers compared 1,800 different U.S. policies that were put in place by politicians between 1981 and 2002 to the type of policies preferred by the average and wealthy American, or special interest groups.
Researchers then concluded that U.S. policies are formed more by special interest groups than by politicians properly representing the will of the general people, including the lower-income class.
“The central point that emerges from our research is that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on U.S. government policy, while mass-based interest groups and average citizens have little or no independent influence,” the study found.

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Sun 02, 2017 2:08 pm
by specialties
America is an oligarchy, not a democracy or republic, university study finds
OK, bobble, if you say so... Can you indicate the azimuth and distance where the grass is any greener??
Of course we will not count canada and that pajama boy who loves fidel, che, and probably mao plus free everything...

You have had your way in mutha russia, the soviet east blocks, cuba, china, venezuela, and the list goes on... Did I strike a winner in that bunch??
Where would you like to go that you would not be so miserable??

Pretty please, just one hint??

You are a howard zinn licker... Always with the negative ways... Get real...

God's children told you guys to go take a hike this past november so 'it' still stinks and still doesn't work...

Can you name a better place?? Monaco?? Lichtenstein?? Guernsey?? Big Diomede?? North Korea??
Not all the kid's heads are screwed around here...

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Sun 02, 2017 2:22 pm
by bobkat
specialties wrote:
America is an oligarchy, not a democracy or republic, university study finds
Bobkat
Where would you like to go that you would not be so miserable??
I am just fine staying right here. We have a big job to get rid of all the people that believe in an oligarchy and while we are at it. We need to get rid of Trump and the do nothing for the working people better known as Republicans.

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Sun 02, 2017 6:00 pm
by specialties
:lol:
We have a big job to get rid of all the people that believe in an oligarchy
:lol: :lol: All you people can do is tinker and ruin civilizations across the world... Buggar off, mite...

What you mean 'WE', pinko??? Or maybe you got a mouse in your pocket??

Oligarchy as in st. marx?? Or Pontius Pilot and his nail driving five??

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Sun 02, 2017 6:59 pm
by niles
Specialties,
Do you ever get tired of talking in riddles and believing that you are the expert on everything? I am sure that you are impressed with your brilliant word smithing, but the rest of us are getting tired of you. Take a break, please and find something constructive to occupy your vast amounts of free time.

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Sun 02, 2017 9:18 pm
by specialties
Do you ever get tired of talking in riddles
Nawww, but I like speaking to the heart of the beast... The blob... The messed up left... The squawkers...
Yesterday's political nomads... The bunged up and spoilt... Pajama boys...

Why don't you give it a shot once in a while??? Whaaaaaaa.... Whacho got, boy??

Besides, this is only for testing grammar, spell checking, and otherwise fending off those who are edumacated beyond their intelligence...
It's a self improvement thing, who cares what you think?? I've had about three times the amount of time on the planet and can vouch for the far side as being totally out of bounds...
But then again, can they help it?? They are depraved on account of they are deprived...
They took me to a social woika and this is what she said to do... Joke em if they can't take a [explative]...

A semester at Prager U ought to straighten you out... It's a great safe house...

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Mon 03, 2017 7:14 am
by JIMD
bobcat wrote....America is no longer a democracy — never mind the democratic republic envisioned by Founding Fathers.

So this all happened when? since Trump became President? when Obama was the president? bobcat please estimate the date when you think this happened.

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Mon 03, 2017 8:20 am
by niles
Specialties
To paraphrase Reagan's response to Jimmy Carter in their presidential debate, "See. There you go again."

If you were responding to questions in my class, you would most certainly get an "F", maybe a "D" for not directly answering the question being asked. Continue on with your perceived brilliance and I have no doubt that you impress yourself everyday with your witticisms.

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Mon 03, 2017 8:33 am
by JIMD
What class do you teach

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Mon 03, 2017 9:12 am
by Vlad_Rap
bobcat wrote....America is no longer a democracy — never mind the democratic republic envisioned by Founding Fathers.
If America is no longer a democratic republic then we would have lost the last election to the swamp creatures and their idiot children

Here is a good short video on oligarchies
''The New World Order is Incompetent''
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIirvnhrECI

Be careful out there. They're getting desperate.
https://s15-us2.ixquick.com/cgi-bin/ser ... b95e1a7793

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Mon 03, 2017 3:09 pm
by specialties
He will be sitting on his stump when he finally hears about the bama admin and their complications of late...

It's going to jail stuff but as usual nil on the lame street media... When they ignore stuff then it usually goes away, maybe this time...

Yu Hu, bobkat, rip and read if you care... What do you think of this?? >>

https://www.conservativereview.com/comm ... associates

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Mon 03, 2017 4:00 pm
by Joseph
Come on back - beaucoup pinkos - crank tha white jive.

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Mon 03, 2017 4:42 pm
by bobkat
Vlad_Rap wrote:
bobcat wrote....America is no longer a democracy — never mind the democratic republic envisioned by Founding Fathers.
If America is no longer a democratic republic then we would have lost the last election to the swamp creatures and their idiot children

no Vlad_Rap if anyone is an idiot .It is you . I did not write what you stated I wrote. Don't you know give credit to the person who did. Her name is

Cheryl K Chumley. You most likely in school took credit for other peoples work. I am a person who credits the people that did the work. Something that you must not believe in.

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Mon 03, 2017 5:03 pm
by specialties
:lol: Too bad, bobby but there are 40% less illegal entries this month, looks like your vote scam is busted...

Better luck next century with your tired, worn out, yukkie, over played marx/progressive trix... :razz:
We are crediting you with that work of the past 50 years... You get full credit...


Do you think that suzy rice will go to jail?? Your bama is safe in Tahiti, no deportments there...
I think that a citizen's arrest is in order for you... Report to JoeP as he will be your mentor and agent...

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Tue 04, 2017 7:23 am
by Vlad_Rap
no Vlad_Rap if anyone is an idiot .It is you
C'mon Bobkat- come clean!!

It was the One World Government candidate, Hillary Clinton , of the swamp dwelling Clintons, who was/is the most egregious oligarch going. She would hate a meritocracy that actually benefits the working middle class. And yes, that is what oligarchs do - they pass wealth and power down to their idiot kids and other idiot sycophants...

And why did you post this garbage by Carol Chumley to begin with?? Why!? Why?! You were trying to make some sort of point before you thought you saw an opportunity to rag on me - Correct? Fess up now!!!

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Tue 04, 2017 7:29 am
by specialties
they pass wealth and power down to their idiot kids and other idiot sycophants
eg: Chelsea being prepped with world class honor for all her good humanitarian work...

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Tue 04, 2017 7:46 am
by JIMD
bobcat wrote....America is no longer a democracy — never mind the democratic republic envisioned by Founding Fathers

That's has some truth. American citizens have been saying it for a decade but the government was not listening. Each election voters pressed for change putting in more and more GOP candidates at all levels, national, state and local. When Obama continued to ignore Americans, Americans voted for Trump to make the changes wanted and needed. Now the United States is back on track to being a true democracy where the government abides to the will of the people not the other way around, like liberal democrats prefer it.

There is strong resistance to draining the swamp and it'll take years.

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Apr Tue 04, 2017 7:58 am
by specialties
bobcat wrote....America is no longer a democracy — never mind the democratic republic envisioned by Founding Fathers
That's right, bobby... Your bama was a defacto tin cup dictator with his pen and telephone... What does FIAT mean??

You did not notice your democracy disappearing??

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Jun Mon 12, 2017 11:43 am
by Joseph
The 'Swamp' is all around us...and we must do what we can - each in their own way. See:

https://youtu.be/piFzDL5ksrU

Re: Draining the Swamp

Posted: Jun Mon 12, 2017 11:43 am
by Joseph
The 'Swamp' is all around us...and we must do what we can - each in their own way. See:

https://youtu.be/piFzDL5ksrU