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Michael Rainey
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It's like the campaign focused on being an outside without political experience. 

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He didn't back off his dangerous and false conspiracy out of the goodness in his heart. He was going to be sued for causing a gun-toting maniac to scare the piss out of the pizzaria's employees. He should be brought up on charges as an accomplice. 
// But the timing of Jones’s apology suggests he was concerned about a potential lawsuit. Under Texas law, the Austin-based Jones had to retract or apologize for the stories by Friday — one full month after receiving Alefantis’s letter — to avoid exposing InfoWars to punitive damages in a libel suit. //

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Take it to Twitter you sad little cheeto crumb. You of all people should have realized you weren't going to close the deal when you weren't offering anything in the negotiations. 

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"Actual quote by Rep. Bradley Byrne on +NPR 3/24/17."

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This is actually really significant. President Obama got the Affordable Care Act passed against an obstructionist Congress and President Trump couldn't repeal it with "his" party in charge. He's in for a rough four (maybe) years. 

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Of course he did. Because that's the extreme right-wing autocratic way! 
Circling firing squads and purges on the right...warms the cockles of my black, black heart. Destroy yourselves, motherfuckers.

It's nice to see that the left doesn't have a monopoly on this. 

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The Republican Party had years to prepare an alternative system more substantial than "fuck off and die". I'm no longer convince the members of the party thought they'd still have jobs after the last election. This utter failure to plan ahead makes it look like they thought obstructing the Democrats for the last 8 years was going to cost them all the election. Like they didn't expect a single Republican to still have a job after failing to do their jobs for the better part of a decade. 
The republicans control the House, the Senate and the White House.

And yet the blabbering cheesepuff blames the other party because they didn't cast a single vote to dismantle one of landmark achievements of their own previous administration.

"I never said repeal and replace it in 64 days," the president said.

Yeah, except that you promised, again and again, to do just that in your first hour in the Oval Office.



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"Health care is now totally the property of the Democrats." And they've had a system in place for two terms now, which has just been upheld against a misguided repeal attempt, and the Republicans have nothing of value to offer as an alternative. Health care is in the hands of the Democrats where it belongs. 
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